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Landmarks, Monuments & Built Heritage of the West: Denise Catherine Kolesar fonds



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Institution: Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Winnipeg Archives

Collection Identifier: 08.06

Title: Denise Catherine Kolesar fonds

Dates: 2007

Extent: 0.2 m of textual records. -- 22 photographs. -- 3 video cassettes

Biographical Sketch: Denise Kolesar, a native of Neepawa, Manitoba, with family ties to the Polonia and Mountain Road areas, became interested in the life and works of Fr. Philip Ruh during research efforts for the Ukrainian Catholic Church Hundredth Anniversary Committee in Mountain Road, Manitoba. The centenary was celebrated in 2004.  In October 2007, Kolesar conducted a research tour of churches in Saskatchewan and Alberta where she took digital photographs of churches.

Digitized Material: The digitized material from the Denise Kolesar fonds consists of several digital photographs of the interiors and exteriors of Ukrainian Catholic churches in Saskatchewan and Alberta.