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Shpoli︠a︡nskiĭ, Aminad Petrovich, approximately 1888-1957

The papers include correspondence, manuscripts, and printed materials. Correspondence consists of letters from a number of important cultural figures in the emigration, including: Ivan Bunin, Zinaida Guppius, Aleksandr Kuprin, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, Alekseĭ Remizov, Nadezhda Teffi, and Alekseĭ Tolstoĭ; there are also one or two letters each from Konstantin Balḿont, Dmitriĭ Merezhkovskiĭ, Ili︠́a︡ Repin, Fedor Shali︠a︡pin, and Marina T︠S︡vetaeva. There are manuscripts of several works by Shpoli︠a︡nskiĭ, including his memoirs, "Poezd na tretém puti" (New York, 1954).

Kovalevskiĭ, M. M. (Maksim Maksimovich), 1851-1916

The papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, documents, and printed materials. Correspondence includes 82 letters from Maksim Kovalevskiĭ to the mathematician Sofii︠a︡ Kovalevskai︠a︡; 69 letters from Petr Lavrov to Kovalevskiĭ; and letters to Kovalevskiĭ from Anton Chekhov (typed copies), Nikolaĭ Mikhaĭlovskiĭ, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, Petr Struve, and Ivan Turgenev (typed copy). Manuscripts consist of Kovalevskiĭ's handwritten memoirs, with a typed copy and some printed excerpts. Documents consist of Kovalevskiĭ's diplomas from the University of Berlin (1873), the Russian Imperial Academy of Sciences (1899), and the Deputazione Veneta di Storia Patria (1901).

Ivanov, Nikolaĭ Nikitich, ca. 1880-ca. 1960

Ivanov's manuscript memoirs (550 p.) touch on the following topics: the attempts by the Duma to convince Nicholas II to abdicate in February, 1917; Petrograd in 1917-18; the Civil War on the Northwest Front, including relations between the Whites and the new Estonian republic; his internment in the French concentration camp at Vernet in 1939-1940; German use of former White soldiers during WW II; and the war in the Smolensk area in 1942-43. (Ivanov also discusses the Northwest Front of the Civil War in a book"O sobytii︠a︡kh pod Petrogradom v 1919-om godu" Berlin, 1921.) Cataloged items consist of a draft of Nicholas II's abdication manifesto, prepared and signed by Pavel Mili︠u︡kov; and a letter to Ivanov from General Johan Laidoner, commander of the Estonian army.

Evreinov, N. N. (Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich), 1879-1953

The papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, financial records, photographs, and printed materials. Among the correspondents are Ivan Bilibin, David Burli︠u︡k, Franz Theodor Csokor, Vasiliĭ Kamenskiĭ, and Percival Wilde; there is one item each from Jean Anouilh, Collete, Mikhail Fokine, Vasiliĭ Kandinskiĭ, Vladislav Khodasevich, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, and Dmitriĭ Merezhovskiĭ. Most of the manuscripts are by Evangulov and Nadezhda Teffi, and memoirs by Evreĭnov's wife, Anna Aleksandrovna, on such topics as her career in the emigration from 1925. There are photographs of Evreĭnov, Nikolaĭ Rimskiĭ-Korsakov, and Vasiliĭ Kamenskiĭ. This collection is almost entirely concerned with the emigration.

Mili︠u︡kov, P. N. (Pavel Nikolaevich), 1859-1943

There are letters from fellow historians, such as John Franklin Jameson and Aleksandr Lappo-Danilevskiĭ; Kadet Party leaders, including Vladimir D. Nabokov and Nikolaĭ Astrov; and others such as Boris Bakhmeteff, Charles Crane, Vladimir Jabotinsky, Louis Marshall, Thomas Masaryk, and Nikolaĭ Roerich. A large correspondence series consists of letters and petitions sent to Miliukov during the Third State Duma (1907-12). Manuscripts include Mili︠u︡kov's memoirs, and his notebooks from the period of the Civil War. There is also a manuscript by Isaak Shkovskiĭ (pseudonym -- Dioneo) on Russian writers and journalists during World War I. Subject files deal with the State Duma, the Civil War, and the emigration.

Rodichev family

The papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, documents, subject files, photographs, and printed materials, and chiefly concern the post-1917 emigration; the Rodichevs settled in Switzerland. There is a great deal of family correspondence, including letters from Fedor I. Rodichev to his wife and daughter, letters from their niece Nina Vernadsky (Mrs. George), and from relatives in Soviet Russia in the 1920s and 1930s. There are many letters by Fedor I. Rodichev to Ivan and Anastasii︠a︡ Petrunkevich, and to Natalii︠a︡ Herzen fille. There are also letters to the Rodichevs from such Kadet leaders as Nikolaĭ Astrov, I︠O︡sif Gessen, Vasiliĭ Maklakov, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, Sofii︠a︡ Panina, and Ivan Petrunkevich, and items by Aleksandr I. Herzen, Nikolaĭ Ogarev, and Ignacy Jan Paderewski. Manuscripts include memoirs and other writings, with many notes and fragments, written by Fedor Rodichev while in exile. There is also Aleksandra Rodicheva's biography of her father, and materials used by Kermit McKenzie to prepare his edition of Fedor Rodichev's memoirs. Subject files concern such topics as the Russian Civil War, the emigration, and the Rodichev and Herzen families. Among the photographs, which are chiefly of the Rodichevs and their friends and relatives, are two portraits of Giuseppe Garibaldi. Printed materials include clippings and offprints of works by Fedor Rodichev, and some books by, or relating to, members of the Herzen family.

Panina, Sofii͡a Vladimirovna, grafini͡a, 1871-1956

Most of the collection concerns the Russian emigration in interwar Europe; a sizeable part deals with the Kadet (Constitutional Democrat) Party in the Russian Civil War. There is correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, photographs, and printed materials. There are many letters by liberal figures, such as Astrov, Viktor Chelishchev, Petr I︠U︡renev, Aleksandr Kizevetter, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, Vladimir D. Nabokov, Vladimir Obolenskiĭ, Panina, and Ivan Petrunkevich. There are also letters from Ivan Bilibin, Alice Masaryk, and Thomas Masaryk. Manuscripts are chiefly by Astrov, and include memoirs, poems, and lectures. There are also memoirs by Panina, and eulogies by various people on Astrov. Subject files from 1917-1920 have materials on Panina's arrest and trial by the Bolsheviks, Kadet conferences, protocols of meetings of the Kadet Party central committee, and other items. Files on the emigration deal with the Russkiĭ Ochag (Russian Hearth) and other bodies, especially in Czechoslovakia. There are photographs of Astrov, Kizevetter, Nikodim Kondakov, Alice Masaryk, Panina, and others. Printed materials include books, clippings, and offprints by Astrov and others.