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MANUSCRIPTS AND MISCELLANEOUS MATERIAL
These files contain manuscripts, correspondence, newspaper and magazine clippings, photocopies of book and periodical articles, miscellaneous publications, and other printed material collected by Alexander Dolgopolov. Material has been arranged in boxes by broad subject category; within boxes material has been further subdivided into folders. Information given below for folder contents includes subject, type of material (clippings, manuscripts, etc.) and language of material.
Photographs on some topics, particularly those related to the Russian Revolution, have been included with the printed material on the topic in this section. For additional photographs, see "Photographs" section.
RUSSIAN EXPLORATION IN THE PACIFIC
Dol B-127. Folder 1. Ethnography, natural history, exploration, etc. of the Pacific area. Photocopies, in Russian.
Folder 2. Russian exploration in, and sea voyages to, Alaska. Clippings, photocopies, in English; map, photocopy of ship's log, in Russian.
Folder 3. Biographical information on Russian explorers. Photocopies, in Russian.
RUSSIAN AMERICA
Dol B-128. Folder 1. Russian America. Clippings, photocopies, in English.
Folder 2. Russian American Company. Photocopies, in Russian.
Folder 3. The School and Family Russo-American Primer. Photocopy.
Folder 4. Russian American currency. Photocopies, in English.
Folder 5. Biographical information on rulers of Russian America. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 6. Ferdinand P. Vrangel (Admiral). Photocopies, in Russian and German.
Folder 7. Kostromitinov family. Photocopies of articles on, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English.
Folder 8. Dimitrii P. Maksutov. Photocopies of correspondence, in Russian; letters of his son, in Russian; clippings, in English.
Folder 9. I.G. Vosnesenskii. Photocopies, clipping, in Russian; photographs.
Dol B-128a. This box contains clippings and photocopies of books on Russian America, in Russian.
ALASKA HISTORY, 1867-
Dol B-129. Folder 1. Transfer of Alaska from Russia to the United States. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English.
Folder 2. Alaska history, 1867-. Clippings, photocopies, in English and Russian.
Folder 3. Alaska history, 1867-. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 4. Sitka, Alaska. Clippings, photocopies, miscellaneous publications, in English.
Folder 5. Baranoff Castle Fire, Sitka, 1894. Photocopies of articles from Alaska newspapers of the 1890's.
Folder 6. Lituya Bay, Alaska. Photocopies of U.S.G.S. Bulletin 836 and U.S.G.S. Professional Paper 354-C.
Folder 7. Kodiak, Alaska. Photocopies, in English.
Folder 8. Aleutian Islands. Typewritten manuscript, in Russian.
Folder 9. Russian-related artifacts in Alaska. Photocopies of articles, manuscripts, correspondence, in English.

ALASKA, DESCRIPTION OF


Fol B-130. Folder 1. Excerpts from Veniaminov's Zapiski [notes], translated from the Russian by Ivan Petrov.
Folder 2. Alaska Indians. Clippings, booklets, in English.
Folder 3. Alaska. Clippings from Russian newspapers.

ALASKA PURCHASE CENTENNIAL, 1967


Dol B-131. Folder 1. Alaska Purchase Centennial, 1967. Brochures, photocopies of newspaper articles, miscellaneous publications, in English; photograph of commemorative coin.
Folder 2. Alaska Purchase Centennial, 1967. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov with Robert Arnold, Alaska Centennial Commission; correspondence of A. Dolgopolov with Romaine Hardcastle, National Park Service, Sitka.
Folder 3. Centennial Press, 1963-1966, 26 issues.
ALASKA, GENERAL INFORMATION ON
Dol B-132. This box contains four folders of clippings, brochures, and miscellaneous general information publications on Alaska, in English.
IVAN PETROV
Dol B-133. Folder 1. Ivan Petrov's journal of his trip to Alaska, 1879. Photocopy, in English.
Folder 2. Ivan Petrov's writings. Reprints, photocopies, in English; photocopies of Alaska Appeal.
Folder 3. Ivan Petrov. Reprint, clipping, photocopy of book chapter, in English; photographs,
Folder 4. Ivan Petrov. Notes and correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English.
RUSSIANS IN CALIFORNIA
Dol B-134. Folder 1. Russians in California. Photocopies of books, miscellaneous publications, in Russian.
Folder 2. "Notes on the Indians in Upper California" by Kostromitinov. Photocopy.
Folder 3. California history. Clippings, miscellaneous Publications, in English.
FORT ROSS
Dol B-135. Folder 1. Fort Ross. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English.
Folder 2. Fort Ross. Clippings, photocopies of book chapters, miscellaneous publications, in Russian.
Folder 3. Fort Ross. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. Memoire sur 1"Etablissement Russe du Port de la Bodega (Memoirs on the Russian establishment of Port Bodega), by M. de Mofras. Photocopies of French and English editions.
Folder 5. Letter from Colonel R.B. Mason to General R. Jones, 1848, concerning gold at Sutter's Fort. Photocopy.
Folder 6. Sale of Fort Ross to John Sutter. Photocopies from Russian publications.
Folder 7. Fort Ross administrative material. Management plan, development plan, brochures, miscellaneous publications, in English.
Folder 8. Fort Ross. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English.
Folder 9. Fort Ross. Prints, maps, fort plans.
Folder 10. Floor plans of house of I.A. Kuskov (Russian explorer and sea captain) at Fort Ross, 1812. Photocopies, sketches by A. Dolgopolov.
Folder 11. Fort Ross chapel. Clippings, brochures, in English; photos, picture postcards, sketch; rubbing of inscription on original Fort Ross chapel bell.
Folder 12. Fort Ross and California. Photocopies of sketches by K.K. Kuzien.
ALEXANDER ROTCHEV, LAST COMMANDANT OF FORT ROSS, 1836-1841
Dol B-136. Folder 1. Alexander Rotchev. Photocopies, in English and Russian; photographs.
Folder 2. Published writings of Alexander Rotchev. Photocopies, in Russian; reprint, in English.
Folder 3. Alexander Rotchev. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov concerning Alexander Rotchev. In Russian.
Folder 5. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov concerning his translation of Alexander Rotchev's New El Dorado in California; manuscript copy of English translation.
RUSSIANS IN HAWAII
Dol B-137. Folder 1. Russians in Hawaii. Clippings, photocopies, miscellaneous publications, in English and Russian.
Folder 2. Russians in Hawaii. Periodicals containing articles, in English.
Folder 3. Russians in Hawaii, Articles by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 4. Russians in Hawaii. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English.
Folder 5. Russian forts in Hawaii. Photographs, sketches, photocopies of fort plans.
Folder 6. Archaeological research at Fort Elizabeth, Waimea, Kauai, Hawaiian Islands, Phase I, by Patrick C. McCoy.
Folder 7. George A. Schaeffer's visit to Hawaii, 1815-1817. Reprint, notes, in English.
Folder 8. Works of Louis Choris, Russian-born artist. Photographs of sketches, watercolors, engravings, etc. of Hawaiian scenes.
Folder 9. Hawaiian Historical Society. Annual reports for 1915, 1922, and 1925.
Folder 10. Hawaii. General publications, in English.
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH
Dol B-138. Folder 1. Russian Orthodox Church in the United States. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, most in English.

Folder 2. Russian Orthodox Church prayer books.


Folder 3. Orthodox Alaska, 3 issues. Originals and photocopies.
Folder 4. Russian Orthodox Church in Alaska. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English and Russian. Photographs, picture postcards.
Folder 5. St. Michael's Cathedral, Sitka. Clippings, in English and Russian.
REVEREND MAKARY BARANOV, RUSSIAN ORTHODOX PRIEST AT ST. PAUL, UNALASKA, AND JUNEAU, ALASKA, c 1940-1960.
Dol B-139. Folder 1. Rev. Makary Baranov and the Russian Orthodox Church, St. Paul, Alaska. Photographs.
Folder 2. Letters received by A. Dolgopolov from Rev. Makary Baranov at St. Paul Island, Alaska. In Russian. Includes photographs of church at St. Paul, sent by Baranov with letters,
Folder 3. Rev. Makary Baranov. Scrapbook, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. Rev. Makary Baranov. Personal documents, in Russian and Chinese.
older 5. Rev. Makary Baranov's notebook. Includes correspondence, in Russian and English; church records; photographs.
OLD BELIEVERS
Dol B-140. Folder 1. Old Believers. Photographs.
Folder 2. Old Believers in the United States. Clippings, photocopies, typewritten manuscript, in English and Russian; emigration register, in English.
Folder 3. The Russian Old Believers [pamphlet published by Tolstoy Foundation, 19171,
Folder 4. Tolstoy Foundation. Photocopies of articles relating to sponsorship of Old Believer immigration to the U.S., in English and Russian; brochures, newsletters, in English and Russian.
Folder 5. Old Believers in Alaska. Clippings, photocopies, in English and Russian.
Folder 6. Old Believers in Alaska. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English.
Folder 7. Letters received by A. Dolgopolov from Ivan Borodin, Russian immigrant who initiated Old Believers settlement in Alaska. In Russian.
Folder 8. Ivan Borodin. Photocopies of biographical and personal material, most in English.
RUSSIAN MILITARY AND POLITICAL HISTORY
Dol B-141. Folder 1. Russian history, general. Reprints, photocopies, in English and Russian.
Folder 2. Siberia. Clippings, photocopies, in English and Russian.
Folder 3. Kamchatka, Clippings, photocopies, in English and Russian,
Folder 4. Russian rulers and nobility. Clippings, photocopies, in English and Russian.
Folder 5. Tribute to Emperor Nicholas II. Typed manuscript (untitled), in English.
Folder 6. Transcript of speech by Winston Churchill to British Russia Club.
Folder 7. 1100th anniversary of the founding of Russian, 1962. Clippings from Russian newsletters; programs from anniversary ceremonies, in English and Russian.
Folder 8. Russian cultural exhibition. Clipping, in English; photographs.
Folder 9. Russian military leaders. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 10. Aleksandr Suvorov (General). Photocopy of article, in Russian, photographs.
Folder 11. Russian battle flags. Clipping, photocopies, in Russian.
Folder 12. Russian military orders; program from graduation ceremony at Russian military school.
Folder 13. Russian military uniforms. Photocopies of sketches.
Folder 14. Voennaya Entsiklopediya (Military Encyclopedia). Photocopies of excerpts.
Folder 15. Seven-Years War, 1756-1763. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 16. John Paul Jones and his command of ships in the Russian Imperial Navy, 1788. Portraits, articles from The Mentor, October 16, 1916.
Dol B-142 Folder 1. Russia's expedition to Japan, 1850-1859 (?). Reprints, correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English.
Folder 2. Crimean War, 1853-1856. Clippings, in English; photocopies, correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in Russian; photographs, including panorama of battlefield at Sevastopol; map; phonodisc of "Charge of the Light Brigade".
Folder 3. Russo-Japanese War, 1904-1905. Clippings, in English; typed manuscripts, in Russian; photographs; picture postcards.
Folder 4. Capture of Erzerum, Turkey by Russia, 1916 (?). Handwritten manuscript by I. Grigorief, in Russian.
Folder 5. World War, 1939-1945. Clippings, in English; Miscellaneous publications, in Russian.
Folder 6. Joseph Stalin. Clippings, in English.
Folder 7. Nikita Khrushchev. Clippings, in English.
Folder 8. Russo-American relations. Clippings, photocopies, miscellaneous publications, in English.
NAPOLEON'S INVASION OF RUSSIA, 1812
Dol B-143. Folder 1. Napoleon's invasion of Russia, 1812. Clippings, in English and Russian; notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 2. Napoleon's invasion of Russia, 1812. Articles from Russian military newsletters.
Folder 3. Napoleon's invasion of Russia, 1812. Portraits of military leaders.
Folder 4. Napoleon's invasion of Russia, 1812. Photographs, maps of battle scenes.
Folder 5. Napoleon. Portraits.
COSSACKS
Dol B-143. Folder 6. Cossacks. Clippings, in English; picture postcards.
Folder 7. Cossacks. Clippings, photocopies, miscellaneous publications, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 8. Kuban Cossacks. Clippings, photocopies, miscellaneous publications, in Russian.
Folder 9. Cossacks and Caucasus. Notes for bibliography, by A. Dolgopolov.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, 1917-1921
Dol B-144. Folder 1. Nicholas II and his family. Photographs.
Folder 2. Poslednie Dni Romanov"kh (The Last Days of the Romanovs). Photocopy of book.
Folder 3. The Russian army in the years preceeding the Revolution. Article, in Russian; photographs of various historical and military events.
Folder 4. Kartiny Voiny (Pictures of War). 3-volume pictorial history of pre-Revolutionary period; captions in Russian.
Folder 5. Military action in the period from WW I to the Russian Revolution. Clippings from French periodicals.
Folder 6. Russian Revolution. Series of articles appearing in French newspaper L'Aurore, Febr. and March, 1958.
Folder 7. Russian Revolution. Miscellaneous materials (poster, political cartoons, folder of clippings, maps), in English and Russian.
Folder 8. Glava 5 ya na Kazan" (Head of the Government of Kazan). Typed manuscript, in Russian.
Folder 9. Uprisings of the Revolutionary period. Newspaper clippings, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 10. Issues of Czechoslovakian photo-bulletin issued during the Revolution. In Czech, Russian, and French.
RUSSIAN REVOLUTION, 1917-1921--PHOTOGRAPHS
Dol B-144a. Folder 1. Victims of military atrocities during the Russian Revolution. Photographs.
Folder 2. International intervention in the Russian Revolution: American, Canadian, English, Lithuanian, Finnish, Estonian, and Japanese forces. Photographs.
Folder 3. Czechoslovakian army in Russia and Siberia, 1918-1921. Photographs.
WHITE ARMY LEADERS AND ACTIVITIES DURING THE REVOLUTION
Dol B-145. Folder 1. White Army. Newspaper clippings, in Russian.
Folder 2. Armored trains of the White Army. Photocopies of articles, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 3. White Army; naval ships. Photographs.
Folder 4. Leaders of Tereck Cossacks in Crimea and the Caucasus Mountains. Photocopies, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 5. Military leaders of the White Army (Col. Nezhentzev, Gen. Kutepov, Gen Romanovsky, Gen. Markov, Gen. Pokrovsky, Gen. Popov, Gen. Alekseev). Portraits from miscellaneous publications.
Folder 6. Military leaders of the White Army (Kappel, Vitkovsky, Von Richter, Kuenkov, Aguev)--biographical information. Manuscripts, clippings, in English and Russian.
Folder 7. Military leaders of the White Army (Kutepov, Shatelov, Markov, Drozdovsky, Bogaevsky, Popov). Newspaper clippings, in Russian.
Folder 8. A.I. Denikin, General. Photocopies, poster, in Russian; portrait.
Folder 9. Drozdovtzy (White Army Corps of General M.G. Drozdovskyi). Photographs.
Folder 10. Vladimir Proffen (Russian military leader during the Revolution). School records, resumes, in English and Russian; photographs.
Folder 11. P.N. Vrangel, General. Clippings, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 12. Russian women in the White Army. Photographs.
Folder 13. Nina Burov (woman Cossack leader during the Revolution). Photocopies of articles, in English and Russian; letters received by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 14. Russian All-Volunteer Army Corps of His Highness Prince A.P. Liven. Photocopies, in Russian; photographs.
Dol B-145(a). This box contains miscellaneous material including information and correspondence regarding various generals and military activities.
WHITE ARMY AND ITS LEADERS IN THE SOUTH OF RUSSIA
Dol B-146. This box contains photographs of various White Army leaders and activities, including the following :
Folder 1. Leaders of the White Army, South of Russia.
Folder 2. Leaders of the Caucasus White Army, South of Russia.
Folder 3. Don Cossack leaders.
Folder 4. Siberian leaders, 1918-1921.
Folder 5. Uralltzy (Cossacks from Ural Mountains with their leaders).
Folder 6. Ukrayinian leaders, South of Russia (including Makhno, Petlyura, Skoropadshy, and others).
Folder 7. General Alekseev and his guerilla detachment.
Folder 8. General Bukretov.
Folder 9. General Dutov.
Folder 10. General Eliseev.
Folder 11. Colonel D.E. Fedichkin, Commander of Izhevtzy, 1918.
Folder 12. General Kappel, Commander of Votkintzi and Izhevtzi, 1920.
Folder 13. General Markov.
Folder 14. General Shkuro.
Folder 15. Lieutenant-Colonel Bagiaz and others.
Folder 16. Military sketches by Sudopletov, 1918-1920.
Folder 17. White All-Volunteer Army in the South of Russia, 1918-1920.
Folder 18. Leaders of the White Army in the South of Russia-- Photographs from periodicals, sketches, etc.
WHITE ARMY IN SIBERIA
Dol B-147. Folder 1. Izhevtsy i Votkintsy (Izhevsk, Votkinsk are the Russian towns where arms were manufactured during the Revolution). Clippings, pamphlets, photocopies of articles, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 2. Izhevski Uprising. Handwritten manuscripts, in Russian.
Folder 3. A.B. Kolchak, Admiral. Clippings, photocopies, in Russian and English; photographs.
Folder 4. Ataman Annenkov in Siberia. Clippings, photocopies, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 5. Ataman Semenov in Siberia. Photocopy, in Russian; photographs.
Folder 6. White Army in Siberia. This folder contains various photographs, including Irkutsk, Siberia, 1917; plan of the city of Irkutsk; governor's home in Irkutsk; Ekaterinodar, Siberia; bridges blown up by Red Army in Siberia6 emblem of Ussuri (Siberian Cossacks); White Army activities in Siberia.
L.G. KORNILOV, GENERAL
Dol B-148. Folder 1. L.G. Kornilov. Biographical writings by Khan R.B. Khadjieff (aide to Kornilov during the Revolution), in Russian.
Folder 2. L.G. Kornilov. Pamphlets, in Russian.
Folder 3. L.G. Kornilov. Newspaper clippings, in Russian.
Folder 4. L.G. Kornilov. Clippings, in English.
Folder 5. "Istoricheskaya spravka po voposy o granitsakh' Khorosana S'Vladeniyami Rossia i Afganistana" by L.G. Kornilov. In Sbornik' Geograficheskikh', Topograficheskikh' y statistical material on Asia, v. 78. Photocopy.
Folder 6. L.G. Kornilov. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 7. Materialy k biografii generala L.G. Kornilov (Material on and biography of General L.G. Kornilov), by A. Dolgopolov. Typed manuscript, two copies.
Folder 8. L.G. Kornilov. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov and and others, in Russian.
Folder 9. Writings of A. Dolgopolov on General L.G. Kornilov. In English and Russian.
Folder 10. Orders of General Kornilov. Bulletins, correspondence, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 11. Grave of L.G. Kornilov. Pencil sketch.
Dol B-149. Box contains portraits of General L.G. Kornilov and photographs of his regiment.

RUSSIANS IN EXILE


Dol B-150. Folder 1. White Army in exile. Photographs.
Folder 2. White Army combatants in exile. Manuscripts, correspondence collected by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 3. Military leaders of the Russian Revolution in exile. Newspaper clippings, miscellaneous articles on post-Revolutionary period, in Russian.
Folder 4. Izhevtsy and Votkintsy in exile. Photographs of leaders.
Folder 5. Russians in exile. Newspaper clippings, in Russian.
Folder 6. Reminiscences of Russian emigres in the U.S. and Europe. Photocopies, clippings, newsletters, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian,
SOCIETY OF GENERAL KORNILOV'S VETERANS OF THE FIRST KUBAN CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE COMMUNISTS, CALIFORNIA CHAPTER
Dol B-151. Folder 1. Society records, in English and Russian.
Folder 2. Letters received by A. Dolgopolov from Donald K. Hall regarding the Society's incorporation and tax-exempt status.
Folder 3. The Society. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 4. Society newsletters, information bulletins, and other publications, in Russian.
Folder 5. Society newsletters, information bulletins, and other publications, in Russian.
Folder 6. Miscellaneous publications by and about the Society, in Russian.
CORRESPONDENCE OF THE SOCIETY OF GENERAL KORNILOV'S VETERANS . . .
Dol B-152. Folder 1. Correspondence, in Russian.
Folder 2. Correspondence, in Russian.
Folder 3. Letters received by A. Dolgopolov from G. Trochine (a veteran of Kornilov's regiment), Boulogne-S/Seine, France. In Russian.
Folder 4. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov with Khan R.B. Khadjieff (former aide to Kornilov), Mexico. In Russian.
Folder 5. Society correspondence regarding Vestnik Pervopokhodnika (the Society bulletin), in Russian.
MISCELLANEOUS RUSSIAN MILITARY SOCIETIES
Dol B-153. Folder 1. Publications of various Russian military societies, some of which include articles by A. Dolgopolov. In Russian.
Folder 2. Miscellaneous Russian military societies. Correspondence, society records, etc., in Russian.

RUSSIAN MILITARY ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES IN THE LOS ANGELES AREA


Dol B-153a. This box contains newsletters and correspondence of various Russian military organizations in the Los Angeles area with which A. Dolgopolov was involved. Most material is in Russian.

MILITARY MAPS AND BATTLE PLANS


Dol B-154. This box contains maps and battle plans of various Russian military engagements.
PARTICIPATION OF RUSSIANS IN U.S. CIVIL WAR, 1861-1865
Dol B-155. Folder 1. Russians in the U.S. Civil War. 2 typewritten articles submitted by Alexander Trembovelsky to A. Dolgopolov for possible publication.
Folder 2. Peter Petroff (Russian-born Union Army veteran). Photocopies from National Archives, photographs.
Folder 3. Alexander Smirnoff (Russian-born Union Army veteran). Photocopies from National Archives.
Folder 4. Otto Mears (Russian-born Union Army veteran). Photocopies from National Archives.
Folder 5. William Doss (Russian-born Union Army veteran). Photocopies from National Archives.
Folder 6. Vladimir Krzyzanowski (German-born veteran of Union Army). Photocopies from National Archives.
Folder 7. Charles DeArnaud (veteran of Union Army). Photocopies from National Archives; photocopy of DeArnaud's The Union and its Ally, Russia; notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 8. The Zouave Gazette, January 8, 1862. Photocopies.
Folder 9. Army and Navy Union of the U.S., Brigadier-General John B. Turchinoff Garrison 297. Letter, notes, in Russian; miscellaneous Society publications, in English; photographs.
Folder 10. Russian veterans of U.S. Civil War. Clippings, in English; notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
RUSSIAN SQUADRON'S VISIT TO THE U.S. DURING THE U.S. CIVIL WAR, 1863-1864
Dol B-156. Folder 1. Russian squadron's visit to U.S., 1863-1864. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
Folder 2. Russian squadron's visit to New York harbor, 1863-1864. Notes, clippings, in English and Russian; reproduction of invitation to visit from City of Baltimore (3 copies).
Folder 3. Russian squadron's visit to New York, 1863-1864. Photographs of ships, officers, crew, and celebrations honoring their visit.
Folder 4. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 1863-1864. Clippings, notes, in English and Russian.
Folder 5. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 1863-1864. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, most in English.
Folder 6. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 1863-1864. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, most in English.
Folder 7. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 18631864. Photographs.
Folder 8. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 1863-1864--Commandant's correspondence. Photocopies.
Folder 9. Russian squadron's visit to San Francisco, 1863-1864--Log of the Lancaster. Photocopies.
JOHN B. TURCHIN, GENERAL (RUSSIAN-BORN VETERAN OF U.S. CIVIL WAR)
Dol B-157. Folder 1 John B. Turchin. Reprints, clippings, photocopies, in English.
Folder 2. John B. Turchin. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in Russian.
Folder 3. John B. Turchin. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. John B. Turchin's Civil War campaigns. Reprints of military correspondence, in English.
Folder 5. Military Rambles by John B. Turchin. Photocopy.
Folder 6. John B. Turchin--military memorabilia, battle sites, memorials and monuments, gravesite. Photographs (including portraits), negatives, lithographs.
Folder 7. John B. Turchin--memorials and monuments, gravesite, portraits. Slides.
Folder 8. John B. Turchin. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
Folder 9. John B. Turchin. Correspondence of A. Dolgopolov regarding a Life magazine article on the Civil War.
Folder 10. Nadine A. Turchin (Mrs. John B. Turchin). Clippings, photocopies, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English.
RUSSIANS INVOLVED IN THE U.S. MILITARY (EXCLUDING CIVIL WAR)
Dol B-158. Folder 1. Russian naval vessels in the U.S. (excluding Civil War period). Manuscripts, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 2. Russian-Americans serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, Clipping, list of participants, correspondence of and notes by A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
MISCELLANEOUS MILITARY ACTION (NOT INVOLVING RUSSIAN PARTICIPATION)
Dol B-159. Folder 1. Miscellaneous military material, in English.
Folder 2. Journal of U.S. Revenue Cutter Shubrick, 1803-1804. Photocopies.
Folder 3. U.S. Civil War. Clippings, leaflets, miscellaneous publications, in English.
RUSSIAN CULTURE AND LIFESTYLE
Dol B-160. Folder 1. Contemporary Russian life. Clippings, in English and Russian.
Folder 2. Russian art and architecture. Exhibition catalogs, clippings, most in English.
Folder 3. Russian music, dance, and theatre, Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. Russian language. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian; Russian readers.
Folder 5. Russian writers. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English.
Folder 6. Russian higher education. Clippings, notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 7. Free press in Russia. Issues of The Samizdat Bulletin.
Folder 8. Russian calendars, with photographs, for 1955 and 1956.
Folder 9. Writings of G.C, Lebedeva. Photocopies, in English and Russian.
RUSSIAN SONGS AND VERSE
Dol B-16 This box contains three folders of booklets, clippings, photocopies, and typewritten and handwritten copies of Russian songs and verse.
RUSSIANS IN THE UNITED STATES
Dol B-162. Folder 1. "The Russian Contribution to the United States of America," by V.V. Ushanoff. Typewritten manuscript.
Folder 2. Russian naturalization in the U.S. Typewritten manuscripts, letters, in English; notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 3. Russian immigrants in the U.S. Clippings, miscellaneous publications, in English and Russian.
Folder 4. Notable Russians in the U,S. Clippings, in English.
Folder 5. Svetlana Alliluyeva. Clippings, in English.
Folder 6. Vladimir N. Ipatieff. Clipping, in French; program of dinner honoring his 70th birthday, in English.
Folder 7. U.S. towns with Russian names. Leaflet on St. Petersburg, Florida; picture postcards of Gallitzen, Penn.
Folder 8. Anti-communist movement in the U.S. Leaflets, newsletters, clippings, in English and Russian,
Folder 9. Anastase A. Vonsiatsky (leader of anti-communist Russian National Revolutionary Fascist Party). Newspaper clippings, in English.
Folder 10. Anti-communist writings of Gerald L.K. Smith, Report, letters, by Smith, in English; issues of The Cross and the Flag.
Folder 11. Correspondence of the Russian Women's League, 19331934, in English.
PRINCE GEORGE MESKHI-GLEBOFF
Dol B-163. Box contains Meskhi-Gleboff's scrapbook, which includes photographs, correspondence, clippings, etc.
MANUSCRIPTS OF NADIA SHAPIRO
Dol B-164. Box contains six handwritten manuscripts by Nadia Shapiro, in Russian.
WRITINGS OF EUFROSINA DVOICHENKO-MARKOV ( RUSSIAN-BORN SCHOLAR AND PROFESSOR IN THE U.S.)
Dol B-165. Folder 1. Reprints, in English.

Folder 2. Newspaper clippings, in Russian.


MISCELLANEOUS RUSSIAN-RELATED PUBLICATIONS
Dol B-166 Folder 1. Series of articles in Bulletin of the New York Public Library, 1939-1942, tracing the spread of knowledge about America into Russian.
Folder 2. Programs, flyers, announcements, etc., of Russian-related activities, in English and Russian,
WRITINGS OF A. DOLGOPOLOV
Dol B-167. Box contains five folders of published and unpublished writings of A. Dolgopolov, in English and Russian.
PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF A. DOLGOPOLOV
Dol B-168. Box contains clippings of A. Dolgopolov's published articles, most in Russian. Clippings are grouped by broad subject into five scrapbooks, as follows:
No. 1. Russians in America.

No. 2. Russian Americana.

No. 3. Russians in California.

No. 4. White Army.

No. 5. Russian History.
PUBLISHED WRITINGS OF A. DOLGOPOLOV WHICH APPEARED IN RODNYE DALI and PERVO-POKHODNIK
Dol B-169

NOTES AND SCRAPBOOKS OF A. DOLGOPOLOV


Dol B-170. Box contains thirteen folders of A. Dolgopolov's notes on a variety of subjects, most in Russian. Some of the notes are in the form of draft manuscripts of articles which were later published.
Box also contains three scrapbooks of clippings, most in Russian, The clippings cover a variety of subjects, with emphasis on Russian military history.

Folder 1 Russian ship building in America. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.


Folder 2 Russian influence on American Indians in California. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 3 English Bay, Alaska. A. Doll notes, sketches.
Folder 4 A. Doll Notes on grigoy shilikhov
Folder 5 Relationship between U.S. and Russia during Crimean War. A. Dolgopolov notes, in English and Russian.
Folder 6 Arrival of first Russian vessel in Australia. Notes, letters received by A. Dolgopolov in Russian.
Folder 7 Smallpox. Notes by A. Dolgopolov, in Russian.
Folder 8 Article “American Cossacks,” by A. Dolgopolov. Notes for article, in Russian.
Folder 9 “Cassacks,” by A. Dolgopolov. Notes for article in Russian.
Folder 10 Newsletter Article “Christmas in Constantinople,” by A. Dolgopolov. Notes for article, in Russian.
Folder 11 Names of (ships, men, places, etc.), lists compiled by A. Dolgopolov.
Folder 12 Notes by A. Dolgopolov on Russian libraries, archives, museums and books (throughout the world).
Folder 13 A. Dolgopolov’s notes on a variety of subjects.

IN-PROCESS BIBLIOGRAPHIES AND LISTS WHICH A. DOLGOPOLOV WAS COMPILING


Dol B-171. Box contains five notebooks of clippings, citations, etc., in English and Russian, which A. Dolgopolov was using to compile bibliographies and lists, the topics of which follow.
Folder 1. Alaska and Russian America.
Folder 2. America during the Russian period.
Folder 3. Caucasus.
Folder 4. Russian military history, 1917-1968.
Folder 5. War, revolution, military action during the Bolshevik Campaign, 1917-1923.

CORRESPONDENCE OF A. DOLGOPOLOV


Dol B-172. Box contains eight folders of correspondence between A. Dolgopolov and various persons, from 1949-1972.
Dol B-173. Box contains five folders of correspondence between A. Dolgopolov and various persons and five folders of letters received, written, or collected by A. Dolgopolov.
BIGRAPHICAL AND PERSONAL MATERIAL ON A. DOLGOPOLOV
Dol B-174. Box contains one Folder of photographs, clippings, certificates, etc. of A. Dolgopolov, most in English, and one page of colored slides of A. Dolgopolov and family.
RUSSIAN NUMISMATICS
Dol B-175. Box contains five folders of material on Russian numismatics, including newsletters, bulletins, clippings, periodicals, and miscellaneous publications. In English, Russian, and Polish.
NUMISMATICS
Dol B-176. Box contains two folders of auction catalogs and price lists for coins and medals, in English and German.
INFORMATION ABOUT BOOKS
Dol B-177. Box contains four folders of bibliographies, book catalogs, book lists, and price lists of Russian-related publications, in English and Russian.
BOOK CATALOGS
Dol B-178. Box contains four folders of book catalogs, mostly of Russian-related publications, arranged in alphabetical order by name of bookseller.
ANTIQUARIAN BOOK CATALOGS
Dol B-179 These seven boxes contain catalogs from antiquarian book dealers through on

through mostly Russian-related topics.



Dol B-185
PHILATELY
Dol B-186. Box contains nine issues of Sovetskii Kollektsioner (Soviet Collector), an annual publication for Russian philatelists.
MICROFILM
Dol B-187. Box contains microfilm of Russian periodicals, pamphlets, and manuscripts. A list of the contents is enclosed in the box.


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