WBEZ 91.5 Interview and Article by Jesse Dukes

Please use the link below for the full article and recording: http://www.wbez.org/series/curious-city/rise-casimir-pulaski-day-111624

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Malgorzata Kot Named New Director of The Polish Museum of America

http://oururbantimes.com/museums/malgorzata-kot-named-new-director-polish-museum-america

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Polish Museum of America and Polish Roman Catholic Union debut sparkly new entrance and gift shop

http://oururbantimes.com/museums/polish-museum-america-and-polish-roman-catholic-union-debut-sparkly-new-entrance-and-gift-sh

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Pieces of Poland in its 2nd capital

If your neighbors on either side of you kept coming over and bullying you and trashing your stuff and pushing you out of your own yard, it would make sense if you developed a little bit of a pack-rat tendency. That notion of protectively stashing things comes to mind when

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After decades, stolen artifacts return to Polish Museum in Chicago

Mystery involves documents from Thomas Jefferson, Polish kings, a French emperor and Revolutionary War heroes The documents — filled with Polish surnames and the signatures of American presidents — started appearing in Harlan J. Berk’s antique shop a few at a time. It looked like a great buy. After all,

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Polish Poster School of Art

http://russiasperiphery.blogs.wm.edu/western-borderlands/poland/general/polish-poster-school-of-art/

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100 Things Every Polish American Should Do

http://www.polamjournal.com/Editor-s_Desk/PAJ_100th/paj_100th.html

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Interview: Jan Lorys, Director, Polish Museum of America

Public schoolchildren of Chicago, rejoice! It’s Casimir Pulaski Day, and you have the day off. This year, after talking with Polish Museum of America director Jan Lorys, we actually know why. Often referred to as the “Father of the American Cavalry,” Casimir Pulaski was a member of the Polish nobility

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The GRS was the first and only research team to ever investigate this building on July 30, 2004!

The Polish Museum of America, founded in 1935, is one of the oldest and ethnic museums in the United States. Located in the heart of the Polish neighborhood of Chicago, it promotes the knowledge of Polish history, culture, especially promulgates Polish and Polish American art in its paintings, sculptures, drawings

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