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1 Jul 1928. Vasiuta Papelov Rubashkin TO (Trotsky). Kalachinsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1845)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jul (1928). (Volkov) TO Trotsky. Moscow. , (1928). Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 15Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1846)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1649. Trois-Rivières. Concessions of land to fourteen settlers, by Jacques Buteux representing the Jesuits; a notarial copy made [at Trois-Rivières?] 1 Jun 1650, s. Boursonnyer [i.e. Flour de La Boujonnière] , 1649. Digital

document — Box: 1Identifier: MS Can 1, (10)
Scope and Contents: This collection of documents was formed by Charles Chadenat, a bookseller of Paris, evidently from whatever material chanced to come his way dealing with the French in Canada. In most instances, the connection with Canada is direct; in a few it is merely a signature of Canadian interest on a document not otherwise bearing on the subject. Coming as it does from many sources, the collection covers many different phases of life in New France. A good many documents are concerned with transactions...

1 Jun 1781. Versailles. Certificate of pension of 300 l. granted to Françoise Marguerite Le Prevost du Quesnel. Printed form filled out in MS., s. for Louis XVI by a secretary., 1781. Digital

document — Box: 3Identifier: MS Can 1, (174)
Scope and Contents: This collection of documents was formed by Charles Chadenat, a bookseller of Paris, evidently from whatever material chanced to come his way dealing with the French in Canada. In most instances, the connection with Canada is direct; in a few it is merely a signature of Canadian interest on a document not otherwise bearing on the subject. Coming as it does from many sources, the collection covers many different phases of life in New France. A good many documents are concerned with transactions...

1 Jun 1919. Lenin TO Mezhlauk Voroshilov Melnichanskii COPY TO F Sergeev Kaminskii. np., 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 258)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1919. Trotsky TO Central Committee VIA Sklianskii. Kantemirovka. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 256*)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1919. Trotsky TO Council of Defense VIA Sklianskii. Kantemirovka. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 257)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1919. Trotsky TO (Lenin) VIA Sklianskii. Evstratovka. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 253*)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1919. Trotsky TO Sklianskii Lenin. Kantemirovka. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 255)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.

1 Jun 1919. Trotsky TO Sklianskii Lenin. Kantemirovka. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 2Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 254*)
Scope and Contents: Soviet Union correspondence, 1917-1929, consists of original letters and some copies and transcripts written by Trotsky and other Soviet officials, with copies of telegrams exchanged between Trotsky and Vladimir Lenin from 1917 to 1921. Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.