Polish Army Veterans Association of America Inc.
119 East 15th Street
New York, NY, 10003
Phone: (212) 473-0580
Fax: (212) 982-2755
Founded in 1921.
Archival holdings: Records related to the history of Poland and
the Polish American community in the
XX century. The Archive contains records of the activities of the Association:
and posts in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Cuba and Poland (1921-1999) -
card index of members
(ca.18000), reports of meetings and activities of regional branches
of the Association, large and valuable
collection of photographs. Records include correspondence (1922-1939)
with other veteran
associations in Poland, for example Zwiazek Hallerczykow in Poland.
Press archives of the
Association's newsletter "WETERAN" published in New York.
Also there are historical records on the organization of the Polish
Army in France during World War I
(1917-1919), with unique and valuable collection of photographs from
Polish military camps. Similar
materials are related to the history of the Polish Army in the West
during the World War II, with a large
and interesting photo collection on the Polish Navy. Archives include
oral history and audio-video
Other holdings: museum holdings are connected with the history
of the Polish Army in the West during
World War I and World War II
Guides: Contents of the archive are described in:
Teofil Lachowicz, Archiwum Stowarzyszenia Weteranow Armii Polskiej w
Vol. CIII (2002).
If you need more information, please contact Polish Army Veterans
Association of America.
The monthly "Weteran" publishes lists of new acquisitions
to the Archive.