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
86 years ago today, the Museum opened its doors for the first time in the PRCUA Auditorium. Dignitaries from the Polish government, Polish-American organizations, and Chicago officials were all in attendance to celebrate this momentous occasion!
Being a Heritage Life Member is a great honor. Heritage Life Members are recognized for their dedication to preserving the past and ensuring that our national heritage is not forgotten. They are given special discounts and privileges. Heritage Life Members also receive recognition for their efforts and contributions to the
On Saturday, October 22, 2022, the Polish Museum of America in cooperation with Glessner House, A National Historic Landmark, in Chicago – organized an amiable and very important meeting for lovers of the life and work of Ignacy Jan Paderewski.