The town of Kołomyja was in the Stanisławów province of Poland between the two World Wars, and is today Kolomyya, Ukraine.
In 1997, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) microfilmed records at the state archives of the Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast in Ukraine. The 50 reels of microfilm (RG 31.013M) recorded at that time include Kolomyya Jewish community records of dues-paying members, for the years 1932 through 1939. This file is the annual community list for 1939 (reel 3) which includes the following information on 1,271 persons.
|Last Name, First Name|
|Profession (see translations)|
|Amount of dues paid in the previous year (zlotys)|
|Amount of dues proposed for 1938 (zlotys)|
Other material in the overall collection includes lists of Jewish property, questionnaires for persons seeking registration cards and a list of residents, street by street. Anyone who finds names of interest in this file, may wish to consult other reels of microfilm in this series for additional information on an individual or family.
The information contained in this database was indexed from the files of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (#RG 31.013M). This information is accessible to you today thanks to the effort of the following: John Hoenig, who also compiled the translated list of professions with assistance from Alexander Sharon. Sandra Krisch assisted with the final proofreading.