Pichos Zozulya photographed August, 1964 in Zhitomir, Ukraine.
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Pichos Zozulya collection

Fonds / Archival Collection
IdentifierRA004
Extent & Medium.25 cm of textual records
1 photograph : print, black & white
Date[1944?]; 1964
Administrative/Biographical HistoryHolocaust survivor Pichos Zozulya (b. 1913; d. 1976) was a Ukrainian Jew and among the first Jewish people to return to his hometown of Chudnov, Ukraine after the war. He married Miriam (née Kaliko); they emigrated from Ukraine in 1984. After 1944, Zozulya wrote letters to his children and grandchildren explaining what had happened to him and what the fate of their relatives had been.
Scope & ContentCollection consists of correspondence from Pichos Zozulya to his descendants, describing the family’s experience of the Holocaust in Ukraine and its aftermath. Also includes a photograph of Pichos Zozulya dated 1964. 
Archival HistoryAccession 1993.068
Immediate Source of Acquisition or TransferRecords were maintained by Asya Zozulya, daughter of Pichos Zozulya, prior to their donation to the VHEC in 1993.
AccrualsNo further accruals are expected.
LanguageRussian
RightsDonor relinquished rights to materials in collection upon their donation to the VHEC but the collection contains third-party materials for which copyright was not transferred. Researchers are responsible for determining the appropriate use or reuse of materials.
Rules or ConventionsISAD(G) informed by RAD
Archivist's NoteItem-level descriptions based on Filemaker Pro database records.
Date of DescriptionPrepared 2013 by Myron Groover, updated 2016 and 2020 by Shyla Seller.

Collection Contents

Collection consists of correspondence from Pichos Zozulya to his descendants, describing the family’s experience of the Holocaust in Ukraine and its aftermath. Also includes a photograph of Pichos Zozulya dated 1964. 

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