Ostrowski, Janusz
Poet, editor. Editor-in-chief of "Dziennik Polski" (Polish Daily), published in Detroit, Mich. Born in Poznan, Poland, Jan. 11, 1886; son of Wladyslaw and Boleslawa (Kamienska) Ostrowski. Completed "gimnazjum" (gymnasium known also as lyceum) in Sanok, Poland, 1905. Graduate of Jagiellonian University, Department of Philosophy; 1909. Grandson of Napoleon Ludwig Kamienski, publicist, journalist and writer of Poznan, who edited "Dziennik Domowy" (Home Daily) and former editor of "Gazeta Rzadowa" (Governments Gazette). His grandfather was born in 1806 and died in 1873. Janusz Ostrowski married Anna Bojanowska, Feb. 12, 1918. Has one child. Associated as journalist with "Dziennik Polski" of Detroit, Mich. since 1911. From 1912 to 1914 teacher at Alliance College, Cambridge Springs, Pa. For a short time editor of "Rekord Codzienny" of Detroit, Mich. Since 1928 president of Polish Supplementary School Society, Detroit, Mich. Awarded "Silver Wreath" for his literary work by the Polish Academy of Literature, Warsaw, Poland. Author of collection of poems published privately in small quantities. Residence: Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich.

From: "Who's Who in Polish America" by Rev. Francis Bolek, Editor-in-Chief; Harbinger House, New York, 1943