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About Gwiazda [microform]. (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1902-1985
Philadelphia, Pa. (1902-1985)
Gwiazda [microform]. : (Philadelphia, Pa.) 1902-1985
- Alternative Titles:
Polish weekly gwiazda
- Place of publication:
- Philadelphia, Pa.
- Geographic coverage:
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- Stephen Nowaczyk
- Dates of publication:
Rok 1, nr. 1 (14. sierp., 1902)-r. 83, nr. 37 (11 kwiec., 1985).
- Philadelphia (Pa.)--Newspapers.
- Polish Americans--Pennsylvania--Newspapers.
- Polish Americans.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01068870
- Polish people--Pennsylvania--Newspapers.
- Polish people.--fast--(OCoLC)fst01715992
- Delaware Valley's only Polish-English newspaper.
- In Polish; later issues have some columns in English, <1958->.
- Official organ of "After Death Fund Association", Polish American Citizens League of Pennsylvania, Brotherly Help Association of Philadelphia, and Polish Business Men's Association, <July 25, 1912->; Polish Beneficial Association of St. John Cantius, <Jan. 12>-Nov. 1, 1928; Polish Women's Union of America, Nov. 8, 1928- ; Union of Polish Women in America; and other organizations.
- Publishers: Stephen Nowaczyk, 1902-1923; F. Nowaczyk, <1928>; Polish Star Pub. Co., Inc., 1970-1985.
- sn 94082240
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