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Papers pertaining to the life and work of Russian-born USIA analyst Alexander V. Chukayeff.
Collection of typescripts, published works, unfinished projects, correspondence, notes and marginalia pertaining to the life and scholarship of Genrikh M. Deich, a Soviet archivist and historian who emigrated to the United States in 1989. Also contains Deich’s extensive collection of copies of archival documents on Jews in the Russian Empire.
A collection of notes, documents, manuscripts, realia, photographs, and an unfinished memoir pertaining to the life of Gregory I. Samoylenko, a Russian emigre to the United States who lived in Russia during the revolutions of 1917 and fought for the White Army in the Russian Civil War.
Collection of diaries, autobiographical writings, letters, notes, official documents, photographs, ephemera, and artifacts documenting the life of Helen Tisdel De Wollant, an American who married a Russian diplomat and lived in Russia during the Revolution of 1905, the October 1917 Revolution, and the Russian Civil War.
Personal correspondence, photographs and papers, including manuscripts, genealogical research materials, newspaper clippings, and printed materials, of Princess Zoia Sergeevna Obolensky (1828-1897), her granddaughter, Zoia Alekseevna Bakéeff (1895-1956), and her great-granddaughter, Zoé André Bakéeff Petersen (1922-2015).
Pamphlets, books, periodicals, and organizational reports documenting activism and public debates surrounding women’s rights and health in early 20th-century Russia.
Propaganda photographs of post-World War II Soviet Union from the Soviet Information Bureau.