Prof. Tomasz Pudłocki, from Jagiellonian University, explores the history of the Polish community in New York (1918-1939) at PMA Archives. With grants from the Kosciuszko Foundation and Jozef Pilsudski Institute, he scrutinizes all issues of NY's Kuryer Narodowy, shedding light on a crucial period.
The signing of the Treaty of Versailles on June 28th marked the end of World War I, shaping global history, with notable figures like Ignacy Jan Paderewski playing a significant role, and the pen used during the signing now residing at the Polish Museum of America, offering visitors a glimpse
Today, the Polish Museum of America (PMA) hosted a delegation composed of: President of the Polish Community Association, Mr. Dariusz Piotr Bonisławski and his associates, representatives of TVP and Polsat, as well as representatives of local governments in Poland.
The Green Room renovation at the PMA, ongoing since January 2022, is made possible thanks to funding by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland within the “Cooperation with Polish Community and Poles Abroad – Infrastructure for Polish Community Abroad Grant Competition 2022.
On February 2, at the age of 82, longtime PMA volunteer Piotr Pisuk passed away. Był Człowiekiem o wielkiej delikatności i spokoju wewnętrznym, współpracował z IAMPOL TV, nakręcił dla MPA wiele imprez i opublikował je.