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Georgii Pavlovich Larin was born in Orenburg, Russian in 1900. In 1922 he left the city of Vladivostok with the evacuating White Army, settling in Shanghai, China. In 1933 he founded the Russian Mutual Credit Corporation. Following the fall of Shanghai to communist Chinese forces in 1949, he lived in a displaced persons camp on the island of Tubabao in the Philippines, before settling in Sydney, Australia. Larin died in Sydney in 1992.
These papers contain the correspondence of Georgii Pavlovich Larin, a Russian émigré and Cossack, who was active in China, and later emigrated to Australia. Included are various materials relating to the activities of the Bratstvo russkoi pravdy in China, a Russian émigré anti-communist secret society, such as correspondence, circulars, orders, reports, and printed matter. Of interest are also documents relating to the Russkoe obshchestvo vzaimnogo kredita (Russian Mutual Credit Corporation), on whose board of trustees Larin served from 1933 to 1943. This collection provides a valuable insight into the life of the Russian emigration in Shanghai, China.
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