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    We are very fortunate to be able to share the following old world photographs which cover a wide time span. They have been contributed by Maryann Dubowchik Bacsik (MDB), Patricia Rock (PR) and Andrew J.Smith (AJS) either from family archives or from relatives found in Poland and Ukraine.
    My Yurkowsky family working on the farm in Pielgrzymka Circa 1937* (MDB)


    Andrew Wasyl Yurkowsky family (MDB)


    Eva Pelak Yurkowsky's funeral 1932, Pielgrzymka* (MDB)


    Wasyl Olenich and family - photo prior to 1908 (MDB)


    Ruska Bursa in Gorlice graduating class. circa 1915* (MDB)


    Peter Yurkowsky and Eva Pelak Yurkowsky (MDB)


    Peter Yurkowsky Family, Pielgrzymka (MDB)


    Smarsh Family, Wola Cieklinska (MDB)


    Perehryma Choir* (MDB)


    Pielgrzymka Fire-Brigade 1942* (MDB)


    Andrzej and Mikolaj Kiehart (AJS)


    Tatiana Olenich Guzy (MDB)


    Pielgrzymka Students 1943* (MDB)


    Photo made in Morava Prerov (Austria) in 1914, Stepan Grubiy (Hruby) and Andrey Olenich* (MDB)


    Anna Kril, a student of Berdyask Gymnasium in 1917* (MDB)


    Maria Rozdilska Stepanivna* (MDB)


    In center (older woman with shawl) is Anastasia Rozdilsky Glowatch. The woman with a shawl on left is her daughter, Justine Glowatch Pelak. The man standing at the left rear is Justine's husband, Walter Pelak. The woman on the right with the shawl is also Anastasia's daughter, Catharine Glowatch Smoley. Her husband, Michael Smoley, stands at the right rear. The daughters, their husbands and children immigrated to the United States at the turn of the century. (PR)


    Pielgrzymka Citizens in 1943* (MDB)


    * Photos courtesy of Olga Olenich Kratchuk, Ex-Director of the Hutsul Museum in Kolomyia, born in Pielgrzymka.
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