Alaska State Library Historical Collections Vinokouroff, Michael Z., 1894-1983




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Box 58 oversize
CLIPPING AND COPY FILE
Boxes 59- Primarily in Russian. A file of numbered envelopes containing handcopied or

62 clipped articles from books, journals, and newspapers. Subjects include, in part, the Russian Civil War, Russian-emigre writers and artists in North America, the Russian Orthodox Church, and Russian America. Box 62 contains a handwritten author/title index serving as a key to the numeric files. Some envelopes are empty or missing.


Box 59 Numbers 1-625 (missing numbers 1-215)

Box 60 626-1190

Box 61 1191-1764

Box 62 Author/title index to numeric files
A sampler of some material indexed in these files with envelope number in parentheses:
"A., M." Review of ON QUESTION OF RESETTLEMENT IN YAKUTSK OBLAST, by "Yakut." SIBIRSKIE VOPROSY, St. Petersburg. Nos. 20-21, 9 June 1911, p. 75-76. (628)
Abdank-Kossovskii, Vladimir. "Conquest of Siberia." VOZROZHDENIE, Paris. No. 2226, 7 July 1931, p. 4-5. (869)
Aleksii (hierodeacon). "Short sketch of modern religious status of the Yakuts." PRAVOSLAVNYI BLAGOVESTNIK. No. 14, 1900, p. 255-262. (475)
Antonin (bishop). "Alaska impressions. I. Sitka. II. Angoon and Hoonah." SVET, Wilkes-Barre (PA). No. 9, 17 Feb. 1933, and no. 10, 24 Feb. 1933. (846)
Arkhangel'skii, V. "Monastic chimes." DNI, Paris. No. 1283, 30 Dec. 1927, p. 2; no. 1291, 7 Jan. 1929, p. 2; no. 1319, 4 Feb. 1928, p. 2. (876)
Arskii, Sam. "Is the court limited with regard to means of punishment? (On the trial of Gen. Pepeliaev)." DAL'NE-VOSTOCHNOE PUT', Chita. No. 19-643. 24 Jan. 1924, p. 2. (574)
Averkieva, Iu.P. "Slavery among prisoners of the northwest coasts of North America." SOV. ETNOGRAFIIA, Moscow. No. 4-5, 1935, p. 40-61.

(1435)
Blashke, E. "Several notes about a trip in baidarkas and about the Fox Islands." MORSKOI SBORNIK, St. Petersburg. 1848, p. 115-124, 160-165. (1366)


Bramlovskii, Aleksandr. "Alaska's turn." RUSSKII GOLOS, New York (NY). 15 Apr. 1930, p. 2. (1209)
Burnakin, A. "Jazz band (column)." NOVOE VREMIA, Belgrade. No. 2161, 19 July 1928. (919)
"D., A." "Schools in Greenland and Alaska." PRIVABLENIIA IZ TSERKOVNYKH . . . St. Petersburg. No. 23, 1890, p. 769-771. (610)
Delevskii, Iu. "In search of ancestors." EVREISKAIA TRIBUNA, Paris. No. 24, 11 June 1920, p. v. (256)
Demidov, V. (protoierei). "Spirit of the Russian people (conclusion)." SVET, Wilkes-Barre (PA). No. 1, 20 Dec. 1929, p. 3. (1229)
"E., V.S." "Siberian old times. On Yudin and his bibliophilic side." SIBIRSKIIA VOPROSY. V. 7, nos. 15-16, 1 May 1911, p. 9-24. (294)
"Exhibit about the first Russian voyages around the world." PRAVDA, Moscow. No. 2121 (7536), 2 Aug. 1938, p. 3 (1301)
"The Far East region. Vladivostok." RUSSK. EKHO, Shanghai. No. 80, 6 Oct. 1920. (663)
Grekov, I. "Tale (On Sacco and Vanzetti case). RASSVET, Chicago (IL) No. 204, 8 Sept. 1927. (1014)
"Gulliver." "Literary chronicle. On Tolstoy and Leskov." VOZROZHDENIE, Paris. No. 2137, 9 Apr. 1931, p. 4. (855)
"In Siberia. Irkutsk revolutionary committee's alarm." SLOVO, n.p. No. 562, 30 Mar. 1922. (236)
Ioann (hieromonk). "Questions of Russian national spirit." NOVOE VREMIA, Belgrade. No. 2806, 1 Sept. 1930, p. 2-3. (814)
Kavamoto, Ivan. "Strength of Orthodoxy in Japan." PRIBAV. K TSERKOVNOM VED., St. Petersburg. V. 7, no. 16-17, 17 Apr. 1894, p. 549-551. (120)
"Siberian meeting in St. Petersburg" (on economics in Yakutsk Oblast). SIBIRSKI VOPROSY, St. Petersburg. No. 15-16, 1 May 1911, p. 80-87. (362)
Veidle, V. "Dostoevskii's European fate." VOZROZHDENIE, Paris. No. 1752, 20 March 1930, p. 3. (1220)
Vladimir, bishop of Alaska. "From letters." PRIBAVLENIIA K TSERKOVNOM . . . , St. Petersburg. No. 10, 1889, p. 261-267. (480)
Zenzinov, Vlad. Mikh. "Russians in Detroit." DNI, Berlin. No. 437, 13 April 1924. (1455)
DATA FILES
Box 63 Name and address file. 2 cardex boxes
In Cyrillic alphabet. Includes names, addresses, and biographical/bibliographical information on correspondents, emigre cultural figures, and celebrities.
Box 64 Biographical reference file. 1 cardex box
In Russian. Gives full name, occupation, and birth/death dates of emigres, citing NOVOE RUSSKOE SLOVO and other serials.
Box 65 Catalog cards and notes (pre-1970)
Primarily in Russian. This file contains typed and handwritten citations and Library of Congress cards on subjects of interest to Michael Z. Vinokouroff.
Folder 1. Russian-language works on America.

Books and translations by Russians (including those in the U.S.) about America. About 900 cards, some repeated in file 2, below.



2. Russian emigre writers publishing in the U.S. About 700 cards.

3. Russian-language children's books. About 200 slips.

4. Books, with prices. On slips.

5. Russian publishing in the U.S.

Journals, newspapers, and firms/organizations publishing incidentally.

6. Materials in Alaska Church Collection. 700 slips.

References to Church personnel matters/cases.

7. Library cataloguing. On slips.

Michael Z. Vinokouroff's views on methods used at the Library of Congress.

8. Russian-language works on Church history.

Including Siberia but not Alaska.
Box 66 Catalog cards and notes
In Russian and English.
Folder 1. Job at Library of Congress.

Includes, in part, pay, leave, and draft card.

2. Major events occurring during Michael Z. Vinokouroff's lifetime.

3. Russian archival materials pertaining to North America.

From work by F.A. Golder.

4. Household tools. Names and pictures.

5. 1894 centennial volume in honor of Kodiak Mission.

Lists materials contained in volume.

6. Alaska bibliography.

7. Composers and their works.

8. Russian Orthodox Church books obtained for the Library of Congress during Alaska trip (1940). Cards numbered 1-382.
Box 67 Sample catalog-card dividers
From Yakutsk personal library.
RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH PERIODICALS (1863-1972)
Box 68 Sample issues by title of U.S., Siberian, Serbian, and Finnish publications
Folder 1. BULLETEN' TSENTRA BRATSTVA RUSSKOI PRAVY V S.SH.A. (Bulletin of the Russian Verity Brotherhood Center), n.p. (U.S.A.). 1931, no. 2, 25, 27-28.

2. IAKUTSKIIA EPARKHIAL'N'IIA VIEDOMOSTI (Yakutsk diocese registers), Yakutsk (Siberia). 1906, nos. 7, 11, 19, 20.

3. IRKUTSKIIA EPARKHIAL'N'IIA VIEDOMOSTI (Irkutsk diocese registers), Irkutsk (Siberia).

1863, no. 2, 28, 32, 35, 38, 39, 44.

1864, no. 20, 21, 31.

1866, no. 14, 15, 24, 49, 50, 52.

1867, no. 2, 8, 11, 24-26, 28, 38, 43, 44, 45, 50, 51.

1868, no. 33, 39-41, 44-46, 49, 51.

1869, no. 2, 3, 6, 7, 16, 17-18 (combined issue), 22, 24, 25, 28, 31, 39, 40.

4. LITTLE DROPS OF LIVING WATER, San Francisco. N.d., no. 3.

5. MIRIANIN (Layman), San Francisco (CA). 1928, 2 issues. Mimeographed.

6. ORTHODOX ALASKA. Sitka (AK).

N.d. (old series), one issue.

1917, no. 1-2.

1969, Vol. 1 , no. 1 -2.

1970, vol. 1, no. 3, 5-6.

1970, vol. 2, no. 1.

7. ORTHODOX AMERICA. N.p., n.d. One issue, incomplete.

8. THE ORTHODOX CATHOLIC REVIEW. Brooklyn (NY). 1927, Vol. 1, no. 1 (2 c.), 2, 7.

9. THE ORTHODOX SUNDAY SCHOOL. Washington (DC), 1935, no. 1, 3-6.

10. ORTHODOX WORLD (supplement), California. 1965, one issue, incomplete.

Single page illustration "Holy Russia in America."

11. ORTHODOX YOUTH, Washington (DC). 1935, Lenten lesson 2.

12. PRAVOSLAVNAIA ZHIZN' (ORTHODOX LIFE), Jordanville (NY). 1968, no. 6. 1972, no. 2. Supplement to journal PRAVOSLANAIA RUS' (Orthodox Rus').

13. PRIKHODSKOI LISTOK (Parish leaflet), New York Church of Christ the Savior Parish. 1956, no. 35.

14. ST. NICHOLAS TIDINGS, Washington (DC) St. Nicholas Church. 1956, June. In Russian and English.

15. SLOVO PRAVDY (San Francisco).

1927, no. 5.

1928, no. 6.

1929, no. 1 and n.n. (25 Dec. 1929/ 7 Jan. 1930).

N.d., supplement.

16. STAVROPIGIIA, New York Russian People's House of Prince Vladimir. N.d., nos. 1-2, 4, 5 (3 c.), 11 (3 c.), 23, 27-28, 37, 44.

17. SVETOCH' PRAVOSLAVIIA (The light of Orthodoxy), Homestead (PA). 1930, no. 6.

18. SVIATO-TROITSKII LISTOK (The Holy Trinity leaflet), San Francisco. 1929, no. 8. N.d., 1 (3 c.), 2 (4 c.).

19. TSERKOVNYIA VIEDOMOSTI (Church registers), Sremski Karlovtsy (Serbia). 1926, no. 3-4 (single issue), 5-6 (single issue).

20. UTRENNIAIA ZARIIA (The morning dawn), Finland.

1935, no. 12 and n.d. (10th anniversary issue).

1936, no. 2.

1937, no. 2.
Box 69-75 RUSSIAN ORTHODOX AMERICAN MESSENGER (1896-1958)
Organ of the American Orthodox Mission, New York, established 1890. A bilingual periodical in Russian and English issued bimonthly. The Library of Congress has microfilmed this periodical and an index to Alaska references is available.
Box 69 1896-1900

Box 70 1901-1906

Box 71 1907-1912

Box 72 1913-1917

Box 73 1918-1943

Box 74 1944-1958. Some incomplete issues.

Box 75 Supplements
RUSSIAN CALENDARS (1847-1984)
Box 76 - Primarily in Russian. Almanacs featuring articles on Russian emigre concerns, the

81 Russian Orthodox Church, Russian history and culture, or subject areas such as

music. Includes some calendars in Ukrainian and in Czech and some pictorial desk or wall calendars.
Box 76 1847-1914

Folder 1. Church calendars with Alaska references. 1901-1984. Sample calendar covers. Ill.

2. Russian calendar. Undated. Moscow. 30 p.

3. 1847.


KALENDAR' DLIA BEREMENNYKH. Translated from German. Moscow. 16 p. For pregnant women.

4. 1867.


ILLIUSTRIROVANNYI KALENDAR . St. Petersburg. 248 + 8 p. Ill.

5. 1901.


KALENDAR' PRAVOSLAVNAGO OBSHCHESTVA VZAIMOPOMOSHCHI V S.-A. S.SH. New York. 146 p. Ill. Partial.

6. 1904.


KALENDAR' SVET. 96 p. Ill. Damaged.

7. 1905.


KALENDAR' SVET. Chicago. 80 p. Ill.

8. 1906.


KALENDAR' DLIA AMERIKANSKICH PRAVOSLAVNYKH RUSINOV. Philadelphia. 144 p. Ill. Partial.

9. 1908.


KALENDAR' DLIA AMERIKANSKICH PRAVOSLAVNYKH RUSINOV. Philadelphia. 143 + 14 p. Ill. Partial.

10. 1909.

ILIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR '. Olliphant

(PA). 240 p. Ill. 2 c.

11. 1910.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 183

p. Ill. 2 c.

12. 1912.

ILIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 248 p. Ill.

13. 1913.

ILIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 256 p. Ill.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 182 p. Ill.

VSEROSSIISKII OBSHCHEDOSTUPNYI KALENDAR'. 110 p. Ill. Partial.

14. 1914.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. (SPRAVOCHNIK). New York. 207 p. Ill.

VSEROSSIISKII OBSHCHEDOSTUPNYI KALENDAR'. New York. 112 p. Ill. Damaged.


Box 77 1915-1920

Folder 1. 1915

ILIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR’. Olliphant (PA). 266 p. Ill. KALENDAR NA GOD 1915. New York. 151 p. Ill. POLNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill. 2 c. Damaged. VSEOBSHCHII NA 1915 G. RUSSKII KALENDAR'. 60 p. Partial.

2. 1916.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR . New York. 320 p. Ill. 2 c.

3. 1917.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR . New York. 361 p. Ill. Damaged. VSEOBSHCHII NA 1917 G. RUSSKII KALENDAR'. Moscow. 71 + 14 p. Damaged.

4. 1918.


ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 245 p. Ill. KALENDAR' UKRAINS'KOGO NARODNOGO SOIUZA. Jersey City (NJ). 240 p. Ill.

5. 1919.


ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'.. Olliphant (PA). 248 p. Ill.

6. 1920.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 198 p. Ill. 2 c. KALENDAR' UKRAINS'KOGO NARODNOGO SOIUZA. Jersey City (NJ). 239 p. Ill.
Box 78 1921-1925

Folder 1. 1921. Three folders.

ILLIUSTROVANYI NARODNYI KALENDAR' Lvov (city). 166 p. Ill.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 194 p. Ill.

NASHA RODINA KALENDAR 1921. Springfield (VT). 175 p. Ill. 2 c.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 334 p. Ill. 2 c.

2. 1922. Two folders.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Olliphant (PA). 188 p. Ill.

KALENDAR NA 1922 GOD. N.p. 16 p. Partial.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 254 p. Ill. 2 c.

3. 1923.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 173 p. Ill.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 245 p. Ill. 2 c.

4. 1924.


ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 207 p. Ill .

VSEOBSHCHII NASTOL'NYI KALENDAR'. 96 p. Ill. Partial.

5. 1925.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 222 p. Ill.

KARMANNYI KALENDAR' KNIZHECHOK MISSIINYKH. New York. 47 p.

KARPATORUSSKII KALENDAR' LEMKO. New York. 146 p. Ill.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 213 p. Ill. 2 c.
Box 79 1926-1928

Folder 1. 1926.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO -AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 239 p. Ill.

RUSSKO AMERIKANSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 215 p. Ill.

2. 1927. Three folders.

AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 352 p. Ill.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 224 p. Ill. 2 c.

KALENDAR KANADIISKOGO FARMERA. Winnipeg, Canada. 159 p. Ill.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 116 p. Ill. 2 c.

RUSSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR . Pittsburgh. 288 p. Ill.

3. 1928.

PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR . Wilkes-Barre (PA). 120 p. Ill. 2 c.

PRAVOSLAVNYI TSERKOVNO-NARODNYI KALENDAR'. Warsaw, Poland. 71 p. Missing front cover.
Box 80 1929-1939

Folder 1 1929. Two Folders.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 246 p. Ill. 2 c.

KARPATORYSSKII KALENDAR' LEMKO I SMIEKH I PRAVDA. New York 144 p. Ill.

RUSSIAN AMERICAN CALENDAR ALMANAC. 97 p. Ill. Damaged.

RUSSIAN NATIONAL ALMANAC. Chicago. 226 p. Ill.

RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. Chicago. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

2. 1930.


ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'.

Philadelphia (PA). 245 p. Ill.

RUSSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR Pittsburgh. 256 p. Ill.

3. 1931.


KARMANNYI RUSSKO PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. Wilkes-Barre (PA). 92 p. Ill.

RUSSIAN ALMANAC. Philadelphia. 254 p. Ill.

4. 1932.

AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 272 p. Ill.

ILLIUSTROVANNYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII KALENDAR'. Philadelphia (PA). 218 p. Ill.

5· 1933.


AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 272 p. Ill.

6. 1934.


AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 272 p. Ill. Damaged.

7. 1936.


AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 288 p. Ill.

8. 1937.


AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 284 p. Ill.

9. 1939.


AMERIKAN NARODNI KALENDAR. Chicago. 285 p. Ill.
Box 81 1961-1984

Folder 1. 1959-1961.

1959. MUZYKAL'NYI KALENDAR'. Moscow. 208 p. Ill.

1961. RUSSIAN-AMERICAN CALENDAR GUIDE. New York. 135 p.

2. 1963-1975.

1963. VLADIMIRSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 128 p. Ill.

1967. RUSSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. New York. Unnumbered pages.

1975. NEDEL'NYI OTRYVNOI KALENDAR' IZDATEL'STVA POSSEV. Frankfurt, Germany. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

1975. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

3. 1976-1977.

1976. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

1976. VLADIMIRSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 128 p. Ill.

1977. VLADIMIRSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 110 p. Ill.

4. 1978-1979.

1978. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

1978. VLADIMIRSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKII KALENDAR'. New York. 125 p. Ill.

1979. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

5. 1980-1081.

1980. VLADIMIRSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI RUSSKII KALENDAR'. Jackson (NJ). 127 p. Ill.

1980. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

1980. SAINT HERMAN CALENDAR. Platina (CA). 76 p. Ill.

1981. RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.

6. 1982-1983.

1982. PRAVOSLAVNYI TSERKOVNYI KALENDAR'. Moscow. 80 p. Ill.

1982. RUSSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. Washington (DC). Unnumbered pages.

1983. RUSSKII PRAVOSLAVNYI KALENDAR'. Washington (DC). Unnumbered pages.

7 . 1984.

RUSSIAN YOUTH COMMITTEE [CALENDAR]. New York. Unnumbered pages. Ill.


CHILDREN'S LITERATURE IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE
Box 82 Includes translations into Russian from English, French, German, Japanese,

87 Norwegian, Polish, Yakut, and other languages. Includes two items in French. Alphabetical by author, translator, compiler, or editor. Folders contain a single item except where indicated.


Box 82 A - C

Folder 1. AKIM, Ia.

2. ALEINIKOVA, M. (transl.).

3. ALEKSANDROVA, Z.

4. ANDERSON, Hans Christian. 2 items.

5. ANDREEV, L.

6. ASHUKINYI, N.S. and M.G., and BULATOV, M.A.

7. BAINS, E. 2 items.

8. BARISHNIKOVA, A.K.

9. BARTO, A. and P.

10. BELOSTOTSKAIA, E.M.

11. BERNT, Lee.

12. BETTHER, G.M.

13. BLACK, A.

14. BOGDANOV, M.N. 9 items.

15. BOICHUK, M.

16. BURROUGHS, Edgar Rice. 2 items.

17. CALDWELL, Erskine.

18. CANFIELD, D.

19. CELLI, Rose. In French.

20. CHARNLEY, M.

21. CHERNYI, Sasha. 3 items.

22. CHISTIAKOV, V.M.

23. CHUKOVSKII, K.

24. CHUMACHENKO, Ada.
Box 83 D - Ge

Folder 1. DANGULOV, Savva.

2 DAUDET, A.

3. DEARBORN, B.

4. DEFOE, D.

5. DEMAUPASSANT, Guy.

6. DEMENT'EV, Nikolai.

7. DIETI I ZVIERI.

8. DMITRIEVA, N.

9 . DUROV, V.L.

10. EASTMAN (O'HIDGES), C.A.

11 ECKLE, D.

12. ELIASOV, L. (ed.)

13. EL'MANOV, E. and N.

14. EMDEN, E.M. (ed.)

15. EWALD, Karla.

16. FEDORCHENKO, S.

17. FERSMAN, A.E.

18. FILIPPOVA, A.D., and SHURAVINA, N.D.

19. FITCH-PERKINS, Lucy.

20. FLEIRON, Svend.

21. FLEROV, V.A., and TOLSTOI, L.N.

22. FORTUNATOVA, E.Ia., and SHLEGER, L.K. 2 items.

23. FRIS, A.

24. GAIDAR, Ark.

25. GASHEVA, N. (ed.)

26. GAUSMAN, L.M. (transl.)

27. GEDROITZ, V.

28. GERLACH, A.

29. GERSHENZON, M.


Box 84 Go - L

Folder 1. GORBUNOV-POSADOV, I. 6 items.

2. GORODETSKII, Sergei.

3. GORODILOV, V.I., and RAY, E.F. 3 items.

4. GOROKHOV, Anatolii.

5. GRAVE, Jean.

6. GRIAZNOV, In.

7. GRIBY V KARTINKAKH.

8. GRIGOR'EV, Sergei.

9. GUSEV-ORENBURGSKII, S.

10. HARDING, J.

11. KARMILOV, V.

12. KHLEBNIKOV, P.

13. KHOTIMSKI I, P., et al.

14. KIPLING, Rudyard.

15. KONDIAIN, E.

16. KONDRAT'EV, I.K. (ed.).

17. KOROLENKO, V.

18. KOSITSKII, G.I.

19. KOT V SAPOGAKH.

20. KOVALENSKII, A.

21. KOVARSKII, I. and L.

22. KOZLOVSKII, Iakov. 2 items.

23. KRASIL-NIKOVA, L.

24. KRYLOV, I.A. 3 items.

25. KULIKOVSKII, Viacheslav.

26. LEZEVITS, E.Ia.

27. LONG, William.

28. LUK'IANSKAIA, V.
Box 85 M - Ro

Folder 1. MAKSIMOV, Anatolii.

2. MANASEIN, N.

3. MANINA, M. (ed.).

4. MARSHAK, S.

5. MEKSIN, Ia.

6. MIRAEV, D.

7. MORLEY, M

8. MOROZOVOI: M.

9. MURZILKA. 1950 (no. 9); undated issues (no. 5, 10). Children's magazine.

10. MURZILKA. 1963 (no. 1-4, 6-12).

11. MURZILKA. 1964 ( no. 1-4, 6-9, 11-12).

12. NEKRASOVA, Lidiia.

13. NEVEROV, A.

14. NIKANDROV, N.

15. NORDAU, Max.

16. NOSOV, Nikolai.

17. NOTNOE LOTO.

18. NOVIKOV, P.

19. OGON'KI. SBORNIK RAZSKAZOV . . .

20. PEREL-MAN, Ia.I.

21 . PERGO, Louis.

22. POKROVSKII, S.

23. POPOV, VI.A. (ed.). 5 items.

24. PORUDOMINSKII, V.

25. PRO ZHIVOTNYKH. MALYI DIETSKII AL'MANAKH.

26. PUSHKAREV, G.

27. PUSHKIN, A.S.

28. RAGOZA, N. 2 items.

29. ROBERTS, C., et al.


Box 86 Ru – T

Folder 1. RUBAKIN, N.A.

2. RUSSIAN ALPHABET BOOKS. 2 items.

3. RUTKOVSKII, Ivan Mikh. 2 items.

4. SANDZIN, Sadzanami.

5. SANFORD, Winifred.

6. SEROVA, M.

7. SHAKHOVSKAIA, N.D. 2 items.

8. SHVEDER, Evgenii.

9. SIENKIEWICZ, Henryk.

10. SIVTSEV-OMOLLON, D. (transl.).

11. SMIRNOVA, V.

12. SMITH, Nora.

13. SNEGIREV, Gennadii.

14. SOLOV'EV-NESMIELOV, N.A.

15. SVIRSKII, A.I.

16. TARAKHOVSKAIA, Elizabeta.

17. TERNAVTSEV, V.

18. TIKHONOV, Valentin.

19. TITOV, N.F.

20. TOLSTOI, L.N.

21. TRAKHTMAN, Ia.

22. TROSHIN, Nikolai, and DEINEKO, 01'ga.

23. TSVIL'GMEIER, D.

24. TULUPOV, N.V.

25. TULUPOV, N.V., and SHESTAKOV, L.M.

26. TUMIN, G.G. (ed.

27. TURKIN, F.


Box 87 U - Z

Folder 1. UKHATIN, N.

2. UL'IANOV, A.

3. UL'IANOVA, A.I., et al.

4. UL'RIKH, E., and SAKONSKAIA, N.

5. USHAKOV, N.N.

6. USHINSKII, K.

7. VELICHKEVICH, A.

8. VETLUGINA, N.A.

9. VLADIMIROV, Iurii.

10. VLADIMIRSKII, V.

11. VOINOV, V.

12. VOKRUG SVIETA.

13. ZAPEKA, Van'ko.

14. ZASODIMSKII, P. 2 items.

15. ZENZINOV, V.

16. ZHITKOV, Boris S. 2 items.

17. ZOLOTNITSKII, N.F.


COLLECTED PUBLICATIONS
Box 88 By Russian emigres
Primarily in Russian.
Folder 1. Bal'mont, K.D IZBRANNYIA STIKHOTVORENIIA (Selected verse). New York, n.d. 96 p.

2. Beininger, Otto. O GENRIK IBSEN I EGO PROIZVEDENIIAKH (On Henrik Ibsen and his works). Transl. from German by P. Grek. N.p., n.d. 55 p.

3. Elmer, R. RUSSKIE RABOCHIE V AMERIKE (Russian workers in America). Philadelphia, 1935. 47 p.

Published for fifteenth anniversary of Russian People's

Society for Mutual Aid in America.

4. Gsovski, Vladimir. PETER THE GREAT OF RUSSIA. Washington (DC), 1952. 17 p. Mimeograph.

5. Grebenshchikov, Georgii. CHURAEVYI. SPUSK V DOLINY (The Churaevs. Into the valley). New York, n.d. 197 p.

6. Grebenshchikov, Georgii. CHURAEVYI. TRUBNYI GLAS (The Churaevs. Sound of Trumpet). Southbury (CT), n.d. 123 p.

Fourth volume of epic. Copy 293 of private edition.

7. Gusev-Orenburgsky, S. GORIASHCHAIA T'MA. SOVREMENNYE RASSKAZY (Burning darkness. Modern tales). New York, 1926. 155 p.

8. Gusev-Orenburgsky, Sergei. THE LAND OF THE FATHERS. New York, 1924. 298 p.

Translated from the Russian.

9. Gusev-Orenburgskii, S. STRANA OTTSOV (Land of the fathers). Petrograd, 1923. 253 p.

10. KRUZHKA PROLETARSKIKH PISATELEI I POETOV V SEVERNOI AMERIKE. K NOVYM GORIZONTAM. AL'MANAKH . . . (Toward new horizons. Almanac). Book 1. New York, 1922. 59 p.

Published by Circle of Proletarian Writers and Poets in North America.

11. Mart'ianov, N.N. RUSSKIE V AMERIKE. POLINYI RUSSKO-AMERIKANSKII SPRAVOCHNIK (Russian-American Guide). New York, 1939. 64 + 30 p.

12. Shkurkin, P.V. OTKRYTTIA AMERIKI DO KOLUMBA (Discovery of America before Columbus). San Francisco, 1939. 48 p.

13. Slavinskii, Nikolai. PISIMA OB AMERIKE I RUSSKIKH PERESELENTSAKH (Letters on America and on Russian settlers). St. Petersburg, 1873. 303 p.

From Yudin Collection.

14. RUSSKII SIROTSKII PRIIUT IMENI BAT'KA AMERIKANSKOI PRAVOSLAVNOI RUSI, PROTOIEREIA ALEKSIIA TOVTA . . . (Russian orphanage in name of the grand old man of American Orthodox Rus', Protohierei Aleksei Tovt, under protection of the convent at Springfield, VT). N.p., 1916. 24 p. Ill.

15. Lomoc, Jose. NA KLADBISHCHE. STIKHOTVORENIE" (To the cemetery. Verse). Elegy for piano by Alexis Aboutcow. Buenos Aires, 1938. 11 p. 2 c.

Folder includes: Glinka, M.I. "Ne iskushai menia bez nuzhdy" (Seek me not . . . [elegy]). Photostat.

16. Bookin, Rev. B.W. STEBALOCHKA (A story from life in Russia [short story]. New York, n.d. 23 p.

17. Prozora, Emile. PRITCHA SAMARIANINA [dramatical poem]. New York, 1899. 77 p.

Dedicated to Bishop Nikolai, formerly of Alaska.

18. Morozov, Nikolai. "Svobodnyia gorgy" (Free mountains). RUSSKAIA MYSL, Nov.-Dec. 1915.

19. Tuimenev, I.F. "Na iuzhnoi-n beregu" (On the southern shore). ISTORICHESKII VESTNIK, 1905, no. II. About Sebastopol.

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