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Polish Museum Of America average salary is $46,000, median salary is $46,000 with a salary range from $45,000 to $47,000.
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Accountant 47,000-47,000 Thibodaux, LA, 70301 2015 Polish Museum Of America Accountant Salaries (1)
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Computer Programmer 45,000-45,000 Thibodaux, LA, 70301 2015 Polish Museum Of America Computer Programmer Salaries (1)
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  • Polish Museum of America
  • Industry: Other
  • City: Chicago, IL
  • The Polish Museum of America was established in 1935 as the ¡°Museum and Archives of the Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.¡± The first public display area opened on January 12, 1937 in a specially designed and constructed room within the headquarters building of the PRCUA. From that date the Museum¡¯s collection and importance grew very rapidly and quickly gained autonomous status as ¡°The Polish Museum of America¡± with its own governing board of directors. There were two events that caused the rapid expansion of the Museum¡¯s collections. The first originated from the 1939 World¡¯s Fair in New York City,...