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Gabensky (Dora) papers
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Correspondence, bulletins, newsletters, reports, pamphlets, serial issues, certificates, and photographs relating to Bulgarian literature and culture; Bulgarian émigré activities; activities of various anti-communist organizations, including the Bulgarian National Front, the Anti-Bolshevik Bloc of Nations, and the Assembly of Captive European Nations; and political participation of Bulgarian and other ethnic Americans in the Republican Party through the National Republican Heritage Groups (Nationalities) Council.
Dora Gabensky was a Bulgarian-American writer and journalist. She worked for the Library of Congress in research and publishing for the Radio Free Europe Committee. In 1957 she founded the Association of Bulgarian Artists and Writers in Exile and established and edited the Bulgarian magazine Lutch, which was distributed to many countries.
62 manuscript boxes, 2 oversize boxes (29.0 Linear Feet)
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