Fonds No. 25: Lech Yejeski Papers
|Biography / History|
|Lech Yejeski (Zygmunt Lech Jezewski) was a Polish engineer and a businessman. He was born in Warsaw in 1900. He studied at the Warsaw Technical University. He emigrated to the USA in 1927. He worked for bridge construction firm. He died in New York in 1964.
Acquisition Note: Gift of Ewa Gierat in 1993.|
|The collection contains a few letters between President John F. Kennedy, Jan Lechon and the Polish philosopher Tadeusz Kotarbinski with Lech Yejeski. There are also photographs of Lech Yejeski.
Arrangement in Series: Correspondence (1938-) 1946-1962, Photographs, Records added to the Collection after Lech Yejeski death (1993).|
|1||Correspondence - Kotarbinski Tadeusz. "Reflections on Science" by Tadeusz Kotarbinski||1958-1962|
|2||Correspondence - President John F. Kennedy||1960-1960|
|3||Correspondence - Private persons - Karpinski Zygmunt, Jan Lechon, A.Milkowski.||1938-1956|
|4||Photographs of Lech Yejeski. Portrait (colour negative)||1964-1964|
|Records added to the collection after Lech Yejeski's death|
|5||Correspondence of Ewa Gierat about materials included in this collection.||1964-1993|