The PMA mourns the loss of Life Member Maria Mirecka-Loryś

It is with sadness that we inform PMA members, supporters, and friends that PMA Life Member Maria Mirecka-Loryś has passed away in Warsaw, Poland at the age of 106. Mrs. Loryś was a stalwart leader of Polonia organizations from her arrival in Chicago in the 1950s through her relocation to

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Maria Mirecka Loryś

Today Maria Mirecka Lorys, PMA Life Member is celebrating her 106th Birthday

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Warsaw Uprising

It is impossible to understand this city, Warsaw, the capital of Poland.

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Hemingway and the Poles

Embarking to Europe for a tour of duty as a volunteer Red Cross ambulance driver, Ernest Hemingway traveled on the French Line’s SS Chicago.

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Tadeusz Kosciuszko

Trailing Kościuszko in America | Ślady Kościuszki w Ameryce

The influx of Polish immigrants and exiles gives birth to a frenzy of statue building and dedicating in cities with large Polish populations. In total there are eight statues built from 1904 through 1927.

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They are talking about us

Last Monday was Casimir Pulaski day, and the Cochran Show was out on the road at The Polish Museum of America!

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