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1 Apr 1849. Repubblica Romana. In nome di Dio . . . t: Considerando il bisogno urgente di compiere l'armamento dei cittadini. s: Triumviri: Giuseppe Mazzini, Aurelio Saffi, Carlo Armellini. Roma, 1849. small brs: 51., 1 Apr 1849. Digital

Item Identifier: HOLLIS 2887745
Scope and Contents: The collection contains printed broadsides and pamphlets reflecting most of the major developments in the Roman Republic: an introduction of the semi-republican constitution, the Statuto Fondamentale, by Pope Pius IX in March 1848; notices of growing republican sentiment, Italian nationalism and civil unrest in the spring and summer of 1848; documents from nascent republican...

1 Apr 1928. Glukhovsky TO Trotsky. Tiflis. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1265)
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 Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.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 Apr 1928. Ishchenko TO Trotsky. Kainsk. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1263)
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 Writings of Trotsky from the Soviet period include manuscripts, typed excerpts and clippings, pronouncements, and unpublished statements, in addition to documents written during the Left Opposition's fight against Joseph Stalin from 1923 to 1927.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 Apr 1928. Kasparova TO (Sedova). Kurgan. , 1928. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 10Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 1264)
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 Aug 1919. ) Lenin TO Rozengolts. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 3Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 326*)
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 Aug 1919. Trotsky TO Lenin. Voronezh. , 1919. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1919
Item — Box: 3Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 327*)
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 Aug (1922). Trotsky TO Lenin, (1922). Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1922
Item — Box: 6Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 753a*)
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 Aug 1927. [Trotsky] TO Ordzhonikidze ["Ne poslano"] np., 1927. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-Series: 1927
Item — Box: 8Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 991)
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 Aug [1928]. Dingelshtedt TO K (Radek). np., [1928]. Digital

FOUND IN: Houghton Library / Collection: Leon Trotsky Soviet papers / Series: I. Soviet correspondence / Sub-sub_series: 1928
Item — Box: 17Identifier: MS Russ 13, (T 2160)
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.