A History of the National Headquarters of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America

PMA proudly presents the next video in our series: A History of the National Headquarters of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.

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Jozef Rapacki – 93 commemoration of death

On this day January 31 we remember Jozef Rapacki, one of the most noted and nostalgic Polish painters. Born March 19, 1871, in Warsaw, Rapacki died Jan. 31, 1929.

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Holocaust Remembrance 2022

January 27 we pay tribute to the Holocaust victims of Nazi Germany in WWII.

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The Art of Jan Henryk de Rosen at the PMA

In this episode, we invite you to learn about the most recognizable artifact at the Polish Museum of America (PMA)

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73 Commemoration of Mieczyslaw Haiman’s death

January 15, we recollect the founder and first director of the PMA - Mieczyslaw Haiman.

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86 years ago

86 years ago, on October 15, 1935, the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America Board of Directors established the Museum and Archives, known today as The Polish Museum of America.

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Join us once again at the PMA 41st Annual Gala!

Unforgettable moments and lots of emotions, let's watch it again!

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Joseph Zurawski, past PMA President

Writer, teacher, historian, Polonia activist, he also served as past editor of PRCUA’s Naród Polski.

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PMA Bids Farewell to Consul Piotr Semeniuk

On August 23, 2021, The Polish Museum of America and the Polish Teachers Association hosted a farewell reception for Consul Piotr Semeniuk and his wife Leonarda Semeniuk.

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PMA – recipient of the 2021 Custodian of National Memory Award

Today the Institute of National Remembrance (IPN) bestowed upon the PMA the 2021 Custodian of National Memory award.

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