Roman Galinski
Papers, 1938-1974

DESCRIPTION    4 boxes (1.7 linear ft)

Roman Galinski, 1905-1974 - born in Zbrucz (Podole Region), emigrated to
US in  1922. Graduate of Alliance College and Cooper Union; editor of 
Przewodnik Katolicki (New Britain, Conn.), 1940-1945; founder and
president of Edro Corp., producer of  industrial washing machines,
1946-1974; journalist, author (sometimes under pseud. Miroslaw Kosinski)
and activist of Stronnictwo Narodowe and other organizations and
institutions connected with "Narodowa Demokracja."

CONTENT   Correspondence spanning 1938-1973, mostly with people
from "endecja" circles in America and Western Europe (N. Siemaszko, T.
Bielecki, J. Giertych, A. Syski, Jan K. Tarnowski and others) ; Roman
Dmowski letter to R. Galinski (which he later published under the title
"Testament Romana Dmowskiego dla Polaka Amerykanina"), copies and
manuscripts of his articles from Przewodnik Katolicki and other periodicals,
anti-Pilsudski articles and pamphlets by other authors, 16 pamphlets and
books about "Jewish question." 
LANGUAGE       In Polish and English
FINDING AIDS     Inventory, folder level