Series consists of photographs which depict the aspects of Dr. Kaye's personal and professional life. Photographs are of the following: Ukrainian Bureau of London, England; Dr. Kaye's activities with the Nationalities Branch of the Secretary of State; photos of the Ukrainian Shevikenko Scientific Society, 1957; grave of Father John Ovsiantzky at St. Tirlou's Monastery, South Canaan, Pa., USA. The series depicts Dr. V.J. Kaye as Director of Ukrainian Bureau, Canadian Citizenship Branch, teaching at the University of Ottawa, and receiving the Order of Canada, 1932-1975; activities of Mrs. Olena Kysilewska as President of World Federation of Ukrainian Women's Organization, 1931-1952, Mr. Michael Luchkovich and pupils of Bogucz School, Canora, Sask, 1915.
The series also includes photographs depicting the following: Presentation of the Order of Canada to Dr. V.J. Kaye by Governor-General Jules Léger, Government House, Ottawa, Ont., 1975; Ukrainian Women's Conference, June, 1934, in the Ukraine; Ukrainian-Canadian military personnel at service clubs in London, England during W.W. 11 and at Maple Creek Camp, Maple Creek, Sask., 1943; Ukranian students theatrical and musical group; sixtieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Theodosy Wachna, Stuatburn, Man., July, 1957; ninetieth birthday of Mrs. Anna Wachna, Windsor, Ont., 1972; views of farm houses in Rosa, Man. and Barbritsi, Western Ukraine; Greek-Catholic Teacher's convention, Uzhgorod, Ukraine, June, 1916; delegates of Ukrainian origin at Inter-Parliamentary Union Congress, Bucharest, Rumania, 1931.
The series contains photographs of threshing scenes at Shandro, Alta; reception arranged by St. Raphael's Ukrainian Welfare Association of Canada for Senator Olena Kysilewska, Fort Garry Hotel, Winnipeg, Man., 26 August 1929; First Teachers' Convention, Edmonton, Alta., 1917; Dr. Vladimir J. Kay presenting his book Early Ukrainian Settlements in Canada, 1895-1900 to Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson, East Block, Parliament Buildings, Ottawa, Ont., 1967; group of Ukrainian miners in Lethbridge, Alta., Sept. 1905; first house built by Peter Smook, Senkiw, Man; second home built by Ivan Mihaychuk at Arbakka, Man.; Ukrainian Catholic Church, Tolstoi, Man.; and the First Ukrainian Greek Orthodox church in Gardenton, Manitoba.
In addition, the series includes portraits of the following individuals and groups: Dr. Isadore Dorecky Yuri Lypa, Dmytro Prokop, and Julian Stechishin; Reverend Michael Horoshko, Ukrainian Catholic Chaplain with the Canadian Armed Forces, 1942-1945; Rev. S.W. Sawchuk, Ukrainian Greek Orthadox Chaplain with the Canadian Armed Forces, June, 1942; Governor-General Jules Léger and Dr. and Mrs. V.J. Kaye; Olena Kysilewska and Olena Kay; Olena Kysilewska with her husband Julian Vladimir and their children Natalia, Hannah, and Vladimir Julian; Olena Kysilewska and her daughter Natalia; Julian Kysilewsky and Victoria (Bobrowska) Kysilewska; army chaplain Rev. Fr. M.T. Peleck, March 1943; Wasyl (William P.) Fedun and his wife, Malania (Molly) Fedun (néé Witiuk; Ivan Melnyk and family; Sofia Ovsianitzky (later Mrs. Sofia Theakston), military nurse with the Imperial Russian Army, 1914-1917.
There are portraits of the following individuals and groups: Captain Rev. John Ovsianitzky and Dr. V.J. Kaye; Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Prygrocki, Stuartburn, Man., 1908; Nykola and Tatiana Adamyk with their daughter Maria, Star, Alta.; Mr. Vasyl Feniak and his second wife Anastasia Luniv; Mr. Roman Kremar (Michael Solodukha), 1915; Myroslav I. Stechishin and Sawa Chernetsky (pen name: Sawa Chalyi); Anne Goresky (néé Paley); Simeon Paley; and Mary Paley (néé Maksymchuk); Oleka Maksymchuck; Wasylyna Maksymchuk; Victoria Goresky (néé Eustafewich); Elias Eustafewich; Elizabeth Sichkowski (née Eustafewich); Elias Eustafewich; Adelaide Banting (néé Goresky) and Ralph Banting; Victor Volodymyr Goresky and his wife Dorothy; Donna Marion Pych (néé Goresky) and Orest Pych; Manoly R. Lupul and Natalia Lupul (néé Goresky); Dennis Normand and Barbara Goresky; Isidore and Anne Goresky.
There are also portraits of the following individuals and groups: Domicella Simenovych; Cyril Genik-Berezowskyi; Yanick family, Oakburn, Man.; Mr. Adrew Shandro and family; N.A. Hryhorczuk; N.V. Bachynsky; C.S. Prodan; Vladimir J. Kaye, 1958; Nicholas Pylypow; Ivan Plylypow; Ivan and Maria Pylypow; Mr. and Mrs. Wasyl Symchych, their son Stephen and his family, Valley River, Man; Anthony Reznowski, the Gregoraschuk family and the Porayko family; Dmytro and Evdokia Yuzyk and family, Rhein, Sask., 1917; the Yuzyk family, Yorkton, Sask, 1919; Mr. and Mrs. Dmytro Stratychuk and Mr. and Mrs. Prokop Ochitwa, Ukrainian pioneer settlers in western Canada, 1915; Danylo and Anastasia Derkach; Semen and Anna Kut; and Wasyl and Maria Braschuk; Katherine Radjick and John Radjick, Virden, Man., 1912; Peter J. Lazarovich and family, Edmonton, Alta., 1958; and Ivan and Anna Lazarovich, 1912; Mr. Gregory Koziak and family, Skaro, Alta, 1913.
Portraits are of the following individuals and groups: Mr. and Mrs. M. Zukiwsky and family; Mr. and Mrs. John Charnetski, ca. 1920; Mr. and Mrs. Dmytro Decore, 1912; Chief Judge John N. Decore, Q.C. and family; Joseph and Melania Pidskalny on the occasion of their diamond wedding anniversary, Ethelbert, Man., 1960; Alex Gregorovich, Saskatoon, Sask., 1938; Theodore and Olena Fedyk, Winnipeg, Man., March 31, 1932; Rev. A.M. Zalizniak and family; Mr. Thomas Thomashevsky; Mr. Michael Luchkovich, M.P. for Vegreville; Mrs. Mary Yatchew (née Roshko) taken in Windsor, Ont., 30 April 1937; Mr. and Mrs. John Yaremovich and family, ca. 1909; Nicholas Cesmystruk and family; Stefan (Stephen) Dragon, his wife Anna (née Lukaschuk) and their eldest son, Dr. George Ernest Dragan; Paul and Katharina Potoski; Nick Romaniauk, his wife Mary, and their youngest daughter Olena, Chipman, Alta., 1935; Wasyl and Pasaskevia Katerynych with friends and relatives, 2 July, 1910; Paulo and Theodora Ochitwa and family; Maxim and Anna Yarmey; Ivan Romaniuk and family; Olena Kysilewska; Mr. and Mrs. Klym; Fred and Anna Farion and family.
In addition, there are portraits of the following: Ukrainian pioneers in Alberta and the Northwest Territories including Dymian and Docia Lazarenko, Sidor Iwanchuk and Hilary and Barbara Woycenko; Michael Gowda, June 1899; John Tomashavsky; Nazarko Panchuk and his wife Pauline; Tom Tomashavsky, Matthew Suider, Peter Melnichek, and Wasyl Semaka; the Rosco family; Mr. and Mrs. Wasyl Prokopchuk, Stuart Barn, Man., 1897; Mr. and Mrs. Fedor Sklepowich; group photo of Alexander Skoreyko, Kay Skoreyko, Helen Skoreyko, and William Skoreyko; Roman Kremer (Michael Solodukha); Mr. and Mrs. Ilko Sayko; Mr. and Mrs. Theodosy Wachna and their daughter; Anton Sloboda and Mrs. Anton Sloboda (née Anna Struczynsky); Ivan Hryphorczuk and family; Nicholas Apoluner Hryphorczuk; Basil Ksionzynk and Father Peter Sametz; Mr. and Mrs. Kost Nemirsky and Theordore Nemirsky; A.G. Kuziak; Jacob Kuziak and his wife Marial (née Luchuk); Nykola Tyczkowski, his wife Anna and their soon Peter; Cpl. Philip Konowal; William Tomyn, Daniel Tomyn, maxim Tomyn, and Mike Chornohus; Wasyl Huculak and Maria Huchukak (née Fedorak); Michael Romaniuk; Wasyl (William D.) Fedun and his wife Malania (Molly) Fedun (née Witiuk); Orest Zerebko and Michael Luchkovich; Dr. Joseph Oleskow; Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Luchkovich; family of Wasyl Zahara, Stuartburn, Man.; Ukrainian pioneers including Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tanchak; Mr. and Mrs. Iwan Machniy, Gardenton, Man; Stephan and Anna Dragan; Taras Ferley and George Syrotiuk; and Mr. and Mrs. John Krebs and family.
Photographs are by unknown photographers and Photo Studios Steven, Toronto, Ontario; John Evans Photography; A.L. Jarché; Newton Studio, Ottawa, Ontario; Studio C. Marcil; and T.H. Lippiatt.