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Gudzi︠a︡k, Borys
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Letters from Bryan Hamlin

File consists of letters and copies of news articles from Bryan Hamlin, some letters which are addressed to Peter Weiskel, Nouwen's administrative assistant, regarding Cardinal Franz Koenig, Alec Smith of Zimbabwe/Rhodesia and Borys Gudziak.

Letters from Borys Gudziak

File consists of five letters from Borys Gudziak, some of them written from Warsaw, Poland. File also includes a copy of a long, typed letter from Nouwen regarding his decision to stay at L'Arche rather than return to Holland among other matters.

Letters from Borys Gudziak

File consists of a letter, including two copies of a memorandum (one with an additional personal note), a card, and a description of proposed dissertation research (also with a personal note), from Borys Gudziak.

Letter from Borys Gudziak

File consists of a letter from Borys Gudziak, including a copy of a letter he wrote to Jean Vanier, a draft and published copy of his article, "Easter in the Ukraine".

Draft of Ukrainian Diary

File consists of one bound draft manuscript of Ukrainian Diary : July 24 - August 14, 1993. This draft includes a copy of a letter from Nouwen dated November 30, 1993 (on L'Arche Daybreak letterhead) to friends saying he was finally able to finish his Ukrainian Diary and it tells about how Nathan [Ball], Zenia [Kushpeta], Borys [Gudziak], and Nouwen lived while in Ukraine. Nouwen says "If you do not have time to read the whole journal you might just focus on the entries from August 1 through August 11 because those were the dates that we were actually in Ukraine. The entries from July 24 to August 1 are preparatory notes, and the entries from August 12 through the 14th are some reflections after we returned from our trip." He concludes by saying he hopes to finish the text during his time away in January (1994).

Drafts of Ukrainian diary

File consists of a draft manuscript and typescripts of "Ukrainian Diary: July 24 - August 14, 1993". Folder (1) contains a hard-bound journal with the manuscript of the "Ukrainian Diary". Folder (2) contains copies of two typescripts, made on January 10, 1996. This text was written during Nouwen's first trip to the Ukraine in 1993, with Borys Gudziak and Zenia Kushpeta.