LIFE STORIES Archive Pylyshenko 3

Mirko talks more about his expressionist art, teaching, human rights activism, charitable fund raising, traveling to Ukrainian Soviet Union and Moscow during the last years of the Cold War. His Ukrainian Rochester Collection is moved from Brockport University to a permanent home at the University of Rochester. He retires as president of the Ukrainian Federal Credit Union. He starts his Ukrainian Library. He talks more about the 1964 race riots in NY. His first marriage and divorce. Eastern European celebrities entertaining and entertained at the Pylyshenko farm.

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