Fonds No. 34: Jozef Lipski Papers
|Biography / History|
|Jozef Lipski (1894-1958) was a Polish politician and the Polish Ambassador to Germany (1933-1939). During War World II he was the Secretary General of the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Polish Government-in-exile in London (1941-1945). In 1947 he emigrated to the USA.
Acquisition Note: Gift for PIASA ca. 1958.|
|The collection contains correspondence of Jozef Lipski with Karol Ripa, Ignacy Paderewski, Julian Moszynski, Helena Sikorska and his wife Anna Maria Lipska. There is also correspondence on financial issues (1950-1958).
Arrangement in Series: Personal Papers (1940-1958).
Special Note: Political papers of Jozef Lipski are in the Jozef Lipski collection in the Jozef Pilsudski Institute of America in New York.|
|English, Polish, French.|
|1||Correspondence (1940-1944) - Karol Ripa, Ignacy Paderewski, Helena Sikorska, Anna Maria Lipska||1940-1944|
|2||Correspondence (1946-1951) - Julian Moszynski, Anna Maria Lipska||1946-1951|
|3||Financial issues (1950-1955). Bank checks, payments, insurance, stock papers||1950-1955|
|4||Financial issues (1956-1958). Bank checks, payments, insurance, stock papers||1956-1958|