The Ukrainian Museum Archives was founded in 1952 as a non-profit institution with a mission to collect and preserve artifacts of importance to Ukrainian history and culture.

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It is difficult to quantify the diversity of artifacts that are found in the UMA’s general collection. These holdings include, but are not limited to, the following: postage stamps and currency, commemorative buttons and pins, programs and fliers, posters from the early-20th c. to the present day, sheet music – including first editions of Mykola Lysenko’s compositions, historic passports and other documents, letters and manuscripts, photographs, sound recordings, and more than 300 videotapes in what is a complete collection of the US Information Agency’s “Window on America” television program that is beamed by satellite into Ukraine.

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Gift Shop

Visit the UMA gift shop for pysanka making supplies, tshirts, jewelry, and other Ukrainian wares. The online gift shop is now open.

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Join us August 13th 5-9pm for a welcome back reception at the UMA