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Box 89 General (in English)
Folder 1. TURKSIB. ON THE OPENING OF THE TURKESTAN-SIBERIAN RAILWAY, MAY 1ST, 1930. Moscow, 1930. 66 p.

2. Novosseloff, S.S. THE BOLSHEVIKI AND THE AMERICAN AID TO RUSSIA. New York, 1918. 16 p.

3. Glagolin B.S. "The false clue." N.p., n.d. P. 16. Excerpt.

4. Koch, Theodore W. "The Imperial Public Library, St. Petersburg." THE LIBRARY JOURNAL. Jan.-Feb. 1915. 35 p. Ill.

5. Rubinchek, Leonid S. "The red archives, a review article." THE AMERICAN SLAVIC AND EAST EUROPEAN REVIEW. Vol. 6, no. 18-19, 1947, p. 159-171.

6. Uzafovich, A.M. "Alexander V. Suvorov, Generalissimo." THE MILITARY ENGINEER. Jan.-Feb. 1931, unp. Ill.

7. RUSSIA? Chicago, 1919. 14 p. Ill.

Published by the West Side National Bank under U.S. government supervision.

8. RUSSIA, A JOURNAL OF RUSSIAN AND AMERICAN FOREIGN TRADE. Vol. 6, no. 6-7, 1919. 32 p.

9. LETTERS FROM RUSSIAN PRISONS. New York, 1925. 317 p.

10. Casanowicz, Immanuel M. THE GUSTAVUS VASA.FOX COLLECTION OF RUSSIAN SOUVENIRS IN THE U.S. NATIONAL MUSEUM. Washington (DC), 1910. Unp. Ill. 2 c.

11. Zenzinoff, V. THE RUSSIAN SITUATION. Address at meeting of National Industrial Conference Board, Jan. 17, 1924. 14 p.

12. Sack, A.J. AMERICA'S POSSIBLE SHARE IN THE ECONOMIC FUTURE OF RUSSIA. New York, 1919. 25 p.

13. Markoff, Dr. Dimitri A. BELGIUM OF THE EAST (interview). Wilkes-Barre (PA), 1920. 16 p.

14. Eroshkin, M.K. THE SOVIETS IN RUSSIA. New York, 1919. 46 p.

15. Scheffer, Paul, et al. "In Soviet Russia." FOREIGN AFFAIRS, AN AMERICAN QUARTERLY. Vol. 7, no. 2, Jan. 1929, p. 234-259.

16. BALIEFF'S CHAUVE-SOURIS NEW INTERNATIONAL REVUE. New York, n.d., 38 p.

17. SIBERIAN DANCERS AND SINGERS OF OMSK. New York, n.d., unp.

18. SOVIET OIL INDUSTRY. New York, 1927, 31 p.

Published by Amtorg Trading Corp.

19. Giri, Jnanavatar Swami Sriyukteswar. THE HOLY SCIENCE. Calcutta, India, 1949. 63 p.

20. Pierson, Harriet Wheeler. Two volumes privately printed in Washington (DC).

GARDENS SIDE BY SIDE (verse, 1939, 59 p.) and ROSEMARY: REMINISCENCES OF THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS (1943, 23 p.).

21. Yarmolinsky, Abraham. THE KENNAN COLLECTION. New York, 1921. 13 p.

22. Wilson, William Jerome. A NARRATIVE OF THE DISCOVERY OF VENEZUELA (1494?), IN THE THACHER MANUSCRIPT . . . Washington (DC), 1940. 22 P.
Box 90 General (in Russian)
Folder 1. Birkin, V.N. 1904-1905 GODU. Berlin, n.d. 412 p.

Ca. 1929. Novel about the Russo-Japanese War.

2 . KRATKOE RUKOVODSTVO DLIA NACHINAIUSHCHI.KH FOTOGRAFIROVAT' (A short guide for beginning photographers). St. Petersburg, 1904. 296 + 48 p.

3. NOVYIA USOVERSHENSTVOVANNYIA LITERY DLIA RUSSKAGO ALFAVITA . . . (The new perfected letters for the Russian alphabet). Moscow, 1833. 37 + VI + II p.

4. Kv., V. NOVOE RUSSKOE PRAVOPISANIE. OPYT RATSIONAL'NOI ORFOGRAFII (New Russian writing. An attempt at a rational orthography). Orel, 1900. 19 p.

5. Zavadskii-Krasnopol'skii, V.A. KATAKANA I KHIRAGANA. DVE IAPONSKIKH AZBUKI (Katagana and Hiragana. Two Japanese alphabets). St. Petersburg, 1906. 14 p.

6. Kornilov, V. SHKOLA I ZAKON BOZHII (The school and God's law). Moscow, n.d. 16 p.

On teaching scripture in the schools.

7. Lebedev, V. UCHEBNYE STOLY (PARTY) DLIA SEM'I I SHKOLY . . . (On desks, according to latest hygienic data). St. Petersburg, January 1910. 27 pp.

Part 16 of series NARODNOE OBRAZOVANIE UCHITE'SKAIA BIBLIOTEKI PO VOPROSAM (Educational and teachers' library on questions of school and education). Free supplement to journal NARODNOE OBRAZOVANIE (Popular education). 8. Sukhotina, T.L. MARIIA MONTESSORI I NOVOE VOSPITANIE (Maria Montessori and the new education). Moscow, 1914. 68 p

9. RUSSKII ZAGRANICHNYI ISTORICHESKII ARKHIV PRI MINISTERSTVE INOSTRANNYKH DEL CHEKHO-SLOVATSKIKH RESPUBLIKI V 1929 GODU (The Russian historical archive abroad under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czecho-Slovak Republic in 1929). Prague, 1929. 15 pp.

10. ARKHIV RUSSKOI I VOSTOCHNO EVROPEISKOI ISTORII I KUL'TURY PRI KOLUMBIISKOM UNIVERSITETE V GOR. N'IU IORKE (The Archive of Russian and East European History and Culture at Columbia University in New York). New York, n.d. 16 p.

1955?

11. LIUTNIA. SOBRANIE SVOBODNYKH RUSSKIKH PESEN I STIKHOTVORENIIA (Liutnia. A collection of free Russian songs and verse). Berlin, 1869. 287 p.



12. Borisovskii, N.F. TSVETY POLEVYE. I. IAKUT MACHARA, II. MELKIIA STIKHOTVORENIIA (Field Flowers. I. The Yakut Manchara, II. Little verses). Tiflis, 1897. 75 p.

A book of verse about life in the Yakut region.

13. Openko, I.I. TETRAD' DLIA LITERATURNAGO RAZBORA (Notebook for literary instruction). Kiev, 1914. Unnumbered pages.

Blank.


14. OCHAROVANNYI STRANNIK (Charmed wanderer). St. Petersburg.

Two issues: Winter 1915, 16 p. (a New Year's gift inscribed to Michael Z. Vinokouroff by his brother Tikhon). Spring 1916. 12 p.

15. Burtsev, V.L. KAK PUSHKIN KHOTEL IZDAT' . . . (How Pushkin wanted to publish "Evgenii Onegin' and how they published it). Paris, 1934. 59 p.

16. Bridges, S. KNIGA OTKRYTII (Book of discoveries). Transl. by Ia. Barskov, from English ed. Leningrad, 1927. 232 p.

17. PIS'MA EGORA ALEKSEEVICHA KLUDOVA (Letters of Egor Alekseevich Kludov). Moscow, 1878. 45 p.

On travel in India and the U.S.

18. Sidorov, M. O KITOLOVTSVE I VLIIANII EGO NA RYBNUIU LOVLIU . . (Whaling and its influence on fishing on the coasts of Arkhangel'sk gubernia). St. Petersburg, 1879. 168 p.

19. GALICHINA, BUKOVINA I UGORSKAIA RUS'. N.p., n.d. 8 p.

On Galicians in the "Austrian prison of peoples" in World War I.

20. Glushkevich, Dr. Markiian F. KARPATOROSSY I ROSSIIA. OCHERK 1914-1920 (The Carpatho-Russ. An outline, 1914-1920). N.p., 1922. 24 p. Partial.

21. Sokolov, A. RUSSKIIA IMENA I PROZVISHCHA V XVII VEKE (Russian names and nicknames in the 17th c.) Kazan, 1891. 16 p.

22. Five socialist pamphlets:


Korolenko, Vladimir. PADENIE TSARSKOI VLASTI (The fall of Tsarist rule). Irkutsk, n.d.

Publ. ca. 1918 by Irkutsk Committee of Socialist Revolutionary Party.


SBORNIK REVOLIUTSIONNYKH PESEN I STIKHOTVORENII (Collection of revolutionary songs and verse). Yakutsk, n.d. Title page only.

Publication of Socialist Revolutionary Party.


PARTIIA SOTSIALISTOV-REVOLIUTTSIONEROV. K LUCHSHEMU ILI KHUDSHEMU . . (Socialist Revolutionary Party. Toward better or worse goes life in the world. Social progress). N.p., n.d. 24 p.

Lacks title page.


SBORNIK PROGRAMM SOTSIALISTICHESKIKH PARTII . . . (Collection of programs of the socialist parties). Kharkov, 1917. 36 p.
"P.P." SOTSIALIZATSII ZEMLI (Socialization of the land). Yakutsk, n.d.

Ca. 1918-1920.


23. Kropotkin, Petr Alekseich. OBSHCHEE POLOZHENIE DEL (The general state of affairs). N.p., n.d. 8 p.

Folder includes Kropotkin issue of DELO TRUDA-PROBUZHDENIE (The task of awakening labor [journal]). New York, Jan.-March, 1941. 24 p.

24. USTAV IAKUTSKAGO SOIUZA UCHITELEI . . . (Statute of the Yakutsk Union of teachers and officials in public education). Yakutsk, 1917. 17 p.

25. SHUTKI REVOLIUTSIONNOI ROSSII NA ZLOBU DNIA (Jokes of revolutionary Russia . . . ). Petrograd, 1918. 17 p.

26. Radek, Karl. PROGRAMMA KOMMUNISTICHESKAGO STROITEL'STVA . . . (Program of communist construction, first phase). N.p., 1921. 24 p.

27. O DIKORASTUSHCHIKH RASTENIIAKH KAK ISTOCHNIKE PISHCHEVYKH VESHCHESTV NA ZIMU (On wild plants in Russia as a source of nutriment in winter). Moscow, 1921. 31 p.

Issued by People's Commissariat of Health during severe food shortage.

28. Veselovskii, V. IAGODNYE VINA (Wine from berries). St. Petersburg, 1888. 15 p.

29. Krasnow, Dr. H.P. POLEZNYE SVEDENIIA OLIA MOLODYKH LIUDEI (Useful information for young people). Chicago, n.d. 8 p.

Folder includes Roleder, Dr. G. ONANISM . . . (Onanism. Reasons, results, recognition, prevention, and cure). N.p., n.d. 48 p.

30. Kovrigin, Ivan. "Na proseke. . . (In the clearing. From reminiscences of the Siberian taiga [story]). 16 p.

Inscribed to Gennadii V. Iudin, 1900, at Krasnoyarsk.

31. "Ia." "Obervannyi akkord" (The broken accord [short story]). N.p., n.d. Concerns life in Yakutia. Probably from a newspaper.

32. SKINIIA SOBRANIIA . . . (Tabernacle shadows). New York, 1925. 192 p.

A Pentacostal publication.
Box 91 General (in Russian)
Folder 1. Avralov, N. STRASHNYI SUD NAD NIKOLAKHOI (Doomsday for Nikolakha). N.p., n.d. 32 p.

Satirical poem about the destruction of the monarchy and World War I.

2. Chukovskii, N. KNIGA O SOVREMENNYKH PISATELIAKH (A book about contemporary writers). St. Petersburg, n.d. 238 p.

Revised edition of his KRITICHESKIE RAZSKAZY (Critical tales).

3. Desheriev, Iu.D. RAZVITIE MLADOPISIMENNYKH JAZYKOV NARODOV SSSR (Development of the languages of the peoples of the USSR newly set to writing). Moscow, 1958. 263 p.

4. Draitser, Emil (compiler and ed.). NEDOZVOLENNYI SMEKH (Forbidden laughter). Los Angeles, 1978. 85 p.

Soviet underground jokes.

5. Evdokim, Archbishop. RELIGIOZNAIA ZHIZN' V AMERIKE (Religious life in America). Sergiev Posad, Lavra, New York, 1915. 30 p.

Extract from journal KHRISTIANIN, Sept. 1915.

6. Izmailovich, O. ZEMNOI BOG, NIKOLAI II, POSLEDNY . . . (The earthly god. Nicholas II, the last. His life and reign), Chicago, n.d. 24 p.

7. Katznel'son, L. INSTITUT RITUAL'NOI CHISTOTY U DREVNIKH EVREEV . . . (Ritual purity among the ancient Hebrews). N.p., n.d.

Lacks title page and first page of text. A penciled note indicates publication of part of the introduction in the journal VOSKHOD, 1897, no. 1, pp. 60-76, pp. 3-268, to be continued.

8. Lange, Georgii. ANGLIISKAIA NACHAL'NAIA KNIZHKA (An English primer). Moscow, 1905. 45 p.

Folder includes Lange's KRATKAIA ANGLIISKAIA GRAMMATIKA (Short English grammar). Iurlev, 1904. 45 p.

9. Levikov, A., et a]. KOLYMA I KOLYMCHANE (Kolyma and the Kolymans). Moscow, 1971. 126 p.

10. Compilation of collections of popular songs. Hardbound.


Folder contains ten short collections of popular songs published in 1909 and 1910, including:
Serzh, Diadia ("Uncle Serge"). LIPA VEKOVAIA. SBORNIK NOVEISHIKH RUSSKIKH PESEN (The eternal linden. A collection of the most recent Russian songs). Moscow, 1909. 105 + 3 p.
--------. VAN'KA I DUN'KA. NOVYI PESENNIK . . . (Van'ka and Dun'ka. New songbook. Collection of Russian songs and verses. Moscow, 1909. 108 p.
--------. SOLNTSE VSKHODIT I ZAKHODIT . . . (The sun rises and sets. New songbook). Moscow, 1910. 108 p.
11. NOVAIA SKRIZHAL . . . (A new compendium . . . Church laws and explanation of church services and rituals). Moscow, 1806. In Old Church Slavonic script.
Box 92 General (in Russian)
Folder 1. PSALTIR (Psalter). Vladimir, 1940.

In Old Church Slavonic script. Inscribed to Michael Z. Vinokouroff from Deacon Nikolai I. Mostyko and Mariia Ivanovna Mostiko.

2. Compilation of pamphlets and articles about Japan. Hardbound.
Contents include:
Shmidt, P.Iu. IAPONIIA. KULITURNO-GEOGRAFICHESKII OCHERK (Japan. Cultural-geographic sketch). Petrograd, 1917. 90 P.
Severovskii, Val. "Dai-Nipon. " RUSSKAIA MYSL', Book 5, May 1915, p. 21-42.
Dvig, L. KRATKII SAMOUCHITELI IAPONSKAGO RAZGOVORNAGO IAZYKA (Short Japanese manual). St. Petersburg, 1911. 63 p.
Folder includes a book review, "Tokykhon' ili kniga dlia chteniia . . . " about learning the Japanese language. N.a., n.p., n.d. Pp. 152-158.
3. Vasil'ev, V.I., et al. NOVAIA ZHIZNI NARODOV SEVERA (New life of the peoples of the North). Moscow, 1967. 120 p.

4. Gakbut, P.K. KRATKOE RUKOVODSTVO . . . (Short guide to learning Russian stenography . . . ). Yakutsk, 1918. 11 p. Carbon copy of typescript with examples handwritten in ink.

5. LENIN; PROTIV LENINA (Lenin; against Lenin). Petrograd, 1918. 16 p. (3 copies)

6. Liudendorf, Erik. MOI VOENNYIA VOSPOMINANIIA 1914-1918 G. (My war recollections 1914-1918) [Title page missing.] N.p., n.d. 388 p., maps.

7. Pomialovskii, M. UCHEBNIK NOVOI ISTORII . . . (Textbook of contemporary history . . . ). St. Petersburg, 1912. 336 p.

8. Voeikov, A.I. RASPREDIELENIE NASELENIIA ZEMLI V ZAVISIMOSTI OT PRIRODNYKH USLOVII I DIEIATEL'NOSTI CHELOVIEKA (Distribution of population of the earth depending on natural conditions and human activity). IZVESTIIA IMPERATORSKAGO RUSSKAGO GEOGRAFICHESKAGO OBSHCHESTVA, XIII, 1906. Pp. 650-782. Maps.

9. NOVYI KRATKII BIBLEISKII UKAZATEL' (New Short Biblical guide). New York, 1925. 50 p.

10. SIONSKII PIESENNIK STOLIETNIAGO PERIODA (Scion Songbook of a Hundred Year Period). Los Angeles, 1930. 424 p.


Box 93 Special (in Russian, French, Finnish, and German)
Art books and rare editions.
Folder 1. Averchenko, Arkadii. ZAPISKI PROSTODUSHNAGO (Simple-hearted notes). Constantinople, 1921. Incomplete.

2. TALACHKINO. LIART DECORATIF DES ATELIERS DE LA PRINCESSE TENICHEF. St. Petersburg, 1906. 75 p. Ill.

3. NEW TESTAMENT. N.d.

Bears stamp of Russian American Co. and inscription "From the St. Petersburg Bible Society for the reading of God's words in departments and factories (v otdielakh i arteliakh)."

4. Sirelius, U.T. OSTJAKKIEN JA WOGULIEN TUOHI-JA NAHKAKORISTEITA (Birchbark and fur designs of Ostyaks and Voguls). Helsinki, 1904. XVI p. Ill. (XLVI).

5. VREMIA PAVLA I EGO SMERT' ([Emperor] Paul, his times and his death). Part 2, The notes of Prince Adam Czartoryski. Moscow, 1908. 111. with 6 portraits.

6. TSAREUBIISTVO . . . (Regicide, or the story of the death of Emperor Paul the First). Moscow, 1910. Transl. from the German.

7. Derzhavin, G.P. Prayer (in verse) for Emperor Alexander I. St. Petersburg, 1807. 2 p.


Box 94 Russian Orthodox Church. Music and special service texts
In Russian, Greek, and Old Church Slavonic.
Music
Folder 1. Mezenets, Elder [Starets] Alexander. AZBUKA ZNAMENNAGO PENIIA. Kazan, 1888.

Reprint, edited and annotated by St. Smolenskii, of work originally published in 1668.

2. OBIKHOD NOTNAGO PENIIA O UPOTREBITEL'NYKH TSERKOVNYKH RASPEVOV. Moscow, 1902. 2 parts in one volume.

In Church Slavonic.

3. O DIVNYI OSTROV VALAAM (Oh marvelous isle of Valaam [hymn]). Valaam, Finland, n.d. 2 c.

Music (with text) composed at Valaam Monastery. Sent to Michael Z. Vinokouroff by Hegumen Khariton (Valaam Monastery).

4. Lutsyn, Hegumen Ia. HYMN IN HONOR OF THE CENTENNIAL OF THE ENLIGHTENER OF GALICIA, IVAN GRIGOR-EVICH NAUMOVICH . . . N.p., 1926. 2 p. 2 c.

Music and text.


Music history and theory
5. "P., A." KRATKII OCHERK ISTORII TSERKOVNAGO PENIIA V ROSSII. St. Petersburg, n.d. 37 p. Bibliog. Damaged.

Includes illustrations of 1lth century musical notation and portraits of composers of Church music starting with the early 18th century.

6. Konevskii, Deacon M.F. KRATKAIA ISTORIIA . . . (Brief history of church singing within the ecumenical church and of melodic singing within the Russian Church). Moscow, 1896. 30 p.

7. Razumovskii, Protohierei Dmitrii V. PATRIARSHIE PEVCHIE D'IAKI I PODD'IAKI I GOSUDAREVY PEVCHIE DIIAKI (Patriarchal singing deacons and subdeacons and the singing deacons of the sovereign). St. Petersburg, 1895. 93 p.

History of the development of church singing as a profession in the 17th century.
Texts of special services sung in the Church
8. TREBNIK. St. Petersburg, 1866.

Very rare edition of contingency services (treby).

9. AKATHIST TO ST. SERAFIM OF SAROV, THE MIRACLE-WORKER. Jordanville (NY), 1962. In Old Church Slavonic.

10. Services, with Akathists, to the protection of the all-holy Theotokos. Jordanville (NY) Holy Trinity Monastery.

Two services (1968 and n.d.) reprinted from book of church services published in Kiev by the Monastery of the Caves (Pechierskaia Lavra), Kiev.

11. BOGORODICHNY VOSKRESNY NA OSM' GLASOV. N.p., n.d. Excerpt.

To Theotokos, Resurrection. Songs for eight tones.

12. St. Michael, Metropolitan of Kiev, four services to.

13. Thanksgiving service of the Holy Orthodox (Greek Russian) Church. 1901.

14. Te Deum service. Moscow, 15 /28 Aug. 1917.

Followed at the opening of the All-Russian Sobor.

15. Psalter. Kiev Monastery of the Caves, 1872. In Old Church Slavonic.

16. PSALTIR' V RUSSKOM PEREVODE . . . (Psalter of Bishop Porfirii in Russian translation from the Greek). St. Petersburg, 1893.

17. Psalter. St. Petersburg, 1907.

18. KRATKII MOLITVOSLOV (Short prayerbook). New York, 1918.

Published by the Orthodox Mission.

19. ELEMENTARY PRAYERS OF THE RUSSIAN-ORTHODOX GREEK-CATHOLIC CHURCH. Bridgeport (CT), n.d. No. 1. 2 p. 3 c.

Parallel texts in Russian and English.

20. PRESVIATAIA BOGORODITSE, SPASI NAS (O Holy Theotokos, save us). San Francisco, 1927. 1 p.

21. KRATKOE MOLITVENNOE PRAVILO . . . (Short rule of prayer taught by Serafim of Sarov for laymen). N.p., n.d. I p. and verso.

Issued by Apollinarii, Bishop of North America and Canada.

22. Prayers. Two sheets. N.p., n.d.

23. Dabovich, Rev. Sebastian. THE HOLY ORTHODOX CHURCH . . . Wilkes-Barre (PA), 1898. 85 p. In English. Hardbound.

Folder includes paperbound copy inscribed by author to Nikanor Grivskii.

24. Sokolov, Protohierei A.A. A MANUAL OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH'S DIVINE SERVICES. New York, 1899. 166 p. Trans.] from Russian.
Discusses in detail topics such as church architecture, priestly vestments, ranks of celebrants and servitors, and the annual cycles of fixed and movable feasts.
25. Four catechisms, 1901-1930.

Folder includes:


CATECHISM OF THE ORTHODOX CHURCH. San Francisco, 1901. Bushkevich, Priest F.A., et al., compilers. MALYI KATIKHIZM - - - (Short catechism for Russian schoolchildren of Greek Catholic rite in America). New York, 1903.
Theophilus (Feofil), Bishop, reviser and compiler. THE SHORTER CATECHISM OF THE EASTERN ORTHODOX CHURCH. 2nd and 3rd ed. Chicago, 1929 and 1930. Published by the Patriarch Tikhon Memorial Fund.
Box 95 Russian Orthodox Church. Texts in Alaska Native languages
In Aleut (Unangan), Alutiiq (Kodiak and Chugach), Tlingit, and two dialects of Yup'ik (Lower Kuskokwim/Nushagak and Yukon/Middle Kuskokwim). Compilations translated from Russian and published by the Russian Orthodox Church. Arranged by author/translator When known. File includes items in Tungas and Buryat languages, folders 20-21.
Folder 1. Primer. St. Petersburg, 1893. 30 pp. 3 c. In Aleut.

2. SBORNIK TSERKOVNYKH PESNOPENII I MOLITVOSLOVII NA AGLOMIUTSKOM-KUSKOKVIMSKOM NARECHII (Collection of church hymns and prayers in arliurmiut-kuskokwim dialect). San Francisco, 1896. 60 p. In Yup'ik.

3. APUSTULAN ANGALIGADIGANGIN MAKAXTAKANGIN . . . (Deeds of the Apostles in Aleut-Fox [eastern] dialect). New York, 1902. 118 p.

4. IANNAM ILIAN TUNNUSACHXISAM ANGALIGADIGASADA (The sacred gospel of John). New York, 1902. 95 p. In Aleut (eastern).

5. LUKAGAN ILIAN TUNNUSACHXISAM ANGALIGADIGASADA (The sacred gospel of Luke in Aleut-Fox [eastern] dialect). New York, 1903. 125 p.

6. Donskoi, Priest Vladimir (transl. and compiler). MOLITVY NA KOLOSHINSHKOM NARECHII (Prayers in Tlingit dialect). Sitka (AK), 1895. 23 p.

7. -------. KRATKAIA ISTORIIA VETKHAGO I NOVAGO ZAVETA V VOPROSAKH I OTVETAKH NA KOLOSHINSKOM-RUSSKOM IAZYKE (Short history of the Old and New Testaments, questions and answers in Tlingit-Russian languages). New York, 1901. 167 p.

Compiled in collaboration with the Tlingit interpreter Mikhail Sinkiel'.

8. Innokentii (Veniaminov) (transl.). GOSPODA NASHEGO (The gospel of our lord Jesus Christ, by Apostle Matthew St. Petersburg, 1896. In Aleut-Fox and Russian.

9. Innokentii (Veniaminov). OPYT GRAMMATIKI (An experimental grammar of the Aleutian-Fox Islander language by Priest Veniaminov in Unalashka). 1st ed. St. Petersburg, 1846. 120 p.

10. --------. ZAMECHANIIA O KOLOSHENSKOM I KAD'IAKSKOM IAZYKAKH . . . (Notes on the Tlingit and Kad'iak languages and some on others within the Russian-American possessions, with appended Russian-Tlingit dictionary. Compiled by Ivan Veniaminov in Sitka). 1st ed. St. Petersburg, 1846. 81 p.

An attempt to analyze the Tlingit and Alutiiq languages, the latter as spoken on Kodiak Island. Includes brief remarks on other languages spoken in Alaska, and a Tlingit dictionary. Includes (p. 25-26) "an experiment in translation into the Tlingit language," attributed in a footnote to Sitka interpreter Dimitrii.

11. Innokentii (Veniaminov) and Netsvetov, Iakov. XRISTIANAM ACHIGASIGAN ITANGISINGIN (Fundamentals of Christian teaching in the Eastern Aleut language). St. Petersburg, 1893. 51 p.

Includes translations of short sacred history and short catechism. Originally published in 1840.

12. Innokentii (Veniaminov). UKAZANIE PUTI . . . Transl. into Tlingit by Sergei I. Kostromitinov. Sitka (AK), 1901. 16 p. 3 c., including one incomplete.

Translation from the Russian-language version of Innokentii's work in Eastern Aleut.

13. Lodchnikov, Andrei (transl.). MOLITVY I PESNOPENIIA PRAVOSLAVNOI TSERKVI NA ALEUTSKOM NARECHII (Prayers and hymns of the Orthodox Church in Aleut dialect). New York, 1898. 77 p.

Lodochnikov was Reader of the Church of the Holy Ascension of Christ, Unalaska.

14. Nadezhdin, Ivan. SBORNIK TSERKOVNYKH PESNOPENII I MOLITVOSLOVII NA KOLOSHENSKOM NARECHII (Collection of church hymns and prayers in Tlingit dialect). San Francisco, 1896. 51 p.

15. Netsvetov, Protohierei Iakov, and Bek'kov, Priest Zakharii. MOLITVY I PESNOPENIIA NA KVIKPAKSKO-KUSKOKWIMSKOM NARECHII (Prayers and hymns in the Yukon-Kuskokwim dialect). N.p., 1896. 88 p. 2 c. In Yup'ik.

16. KRATKOE PRAVILO OLIA BLAGOCHESTIVOI ZHI2NI. In Russian and Eastern Aleut.

Folder contains two editions: Anonymous Russian-language edition published in Kiev by the Monastery of the Caves (Kievopecherskaia Lavra), 1879, 15 p. Translation into Eastern Aleut by Fr. Innokentii Kassianovich, New York, 1902, 15 p.

17. Tyzhnov, Il'iia. XLISHTIANAT LIUKUDAXCHICHADA LULAGNGA . . . (Fundamentals of Christian teachings and short catechism). St. Petersburg, 1847. 98 p. In Alutiiq.

18. --------. KIKTAM SHUIDA ASHMUKAT. ALEUTSKO KADIAKSKII BUKVARI (Aleut-Kad'iak ABC [primer]). St. Petersburg, 1848. 36 p. 2 c.

19. AKATAKULIN (prayer in Eastern Aleut). Unalaska (AK), 26 Nov. 1910. 1 p. Mimeographed typescript. [Per Michael Camarda on 9/11/2008: …it is actually an announcement for an Akathist to St. Innocent of Irkutsk which is to take place in the Aleut School (Unalaska). (An akathist is a religious service in commemoration of a saint or holy event). The Unangan-Aleut word "Akatakulin" means "Reminder, or Notice".]

20. GOSPODA NASHEGO IISUSA KHRISTA MATFEI SVIATOE BLAGOVIESTVOVANIE NA TUNGUSSKOM IAZYKIE (Gospel of Jesus Christ According to St. Matthew in the Tungus Language). Kazan, 1881. 280 p.

21. ZLATOUSTI, IOANN (Father). CHIN BOZHESTVENNOI LITURGII (Order of Holy Liturgy). Irkutsk, 1896. 76 p. (In Buriat language).
Box 96 Russian Orthodox Church
In Russian except where otherwise indicated. Alphabetical by name of author. For works of Leonid Turkevich, see Leontii, Metropolitan; for Ivan Veniaminov, see Innokentii, Metropolitan. Starred item is available on microfiche (in Box 107).
Folder 1. Alaska Orthodox Mission. ON THE DAY OF THE BIRTH OF CHRIST. N.p., n.d 1 p. In English.

2. Anonymous. NAPUTSTVENNYI ZAVET VOSPITANITSAM DONSKOGO EPARKHIAL'NOGO UCHILISHCHA (Graduation charge to the fosterlings of the Donskoe Diocesan Secondary School). Novocherkassk, 1901. 6 p.

3. Borukh, Ivan Gr. Two brochures opposing creation of the Ukraine.
Folder contains: GOSPODARKA UKRAINO-RADIKAL'NYKH POPOV V 'SOIUZE' (The lady-overlord of the Ukrainian Radical Popes in the "Union"), New York, 1903, 31 p. OTVET O. IERENEIU IANITSKOMU I VSEM KOVO KASAETSIA (Response to Fr. Irinei Ianitskii and all those whom it may concern). Olliphant (PA), 1906, 28 p.
4. Brazol, Boris L. OTDEL'NYE MOTIVY RUSSKOGO RELIGIOZNOFILOSOFSKAGO SAMOZNANIIA (Particular motifs of the Russian religious-philosophical consciousness). New York, 1930. 16 p.

5. Buketov, Protohierei Feofan. Two leaflets.

Folder includes: PRAVOSLAVNYE KHRISTIANE! (Orthodox Christians!), New York, 1929, 1 p. and verso, 3 c. PRED VRATAMI VECHNOSTI (Before the gates of eternity), New York, 1930, 4 p., 3 ill.

6. Chepelev, Protohierei Ioann. OTVET B. EPISKOPU APOLLINARIU (Answer to the former Bishop Apollinarii). N.p., n.d. 39 p.

Regarding the legal status of the North American archbishopric.

7. Cherniavin, Archpriest John. Two pamphlets in English.

Folder includes:
THE OLD AND NEW RUSSIAN CHURCH AND VALAAM MONASTERY, New York, 1928, 65 p., 2 c. Illustrated with photographs of the Old Valaam Monastery.
THE RUSSIAN ORTHODOX GREEK CATHOLIC CHURCH AND THE ANTI-JEWISH POGROMS, New York, n.d., 8 P., ill. Argues that the Russian Church has never been anti-Semitic.
8. Efrem Sirin. TSVETY IS SADA SVIATAGO . . . (Flowers from the garden of St. Efrem Sirin). Moscow, 1879. 94 p.

9. Filaret. PROISKHOZHDENIE KNIGI "EKKLESIAST" (Origins of the Book of Ecclesiastes). Kiev, 1885. 190 p.

Posthumous publication from an unfinished manuscript of Filaret, former Rector of Kiev Spiritual Academy.

10. Grigorovich, Protohierei I. ISTORICHESKOE ISSLEDOVANIE O SOBORAKH, BYVSHIKH V ROSSII . . . (Historical investigation of councils having taken place in Russia from the time of the introduction of Christianity to the ascension to the throne of Tsar Ioann IV). St. Petersburg, 1864. 31 p. *

11. Gsovski, Vladimir. "The legal status of the Church in Soviet Russia." FORDHAM LAW REVIEW, Jan. 1939. P. 1-28. Reprint in English.

12. Hatch, Richard D. ORTHODOX DOCTRINE IN THE AMERICAN PRAYER BOOK. New York, 1914. 22 p. In English.

13 Innokentii (Pustynskii), Bishop of Alaska 1903-1908/1909. PRAVOSLAVNYE SHKOLY V ALIASKE V 1904 GODU (Orthodox schools in Alaska in the year 1904). New York, 1905. 68 p.

14. Innokentii (Veniaminov, St. Innocent of the Aleutians). NASTAVLENIE . . . (Instructions of His Eminence Innnokentii, former Archbishop of Kamchatka, the Kuriles, and the Aleutian Islands, given to the Nushagak missionary Hieromonk Feofil). New York, 1899. 40 p.

One manuscript version of these instructions is in Box 22; others are in the Alaska Church Collection, Library of Congress. Folder includes two Russian-language editions of Veniaminov's INDICATION OF THE WAY TO THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN.

15 . Ioann, Bishop. DVA POSLANIIA K RUSSKOMU NARODU (Two epistles to the Russian people. Christmas broadcasts to the U.S.S.R. on the Voice of America). New York, 1949. 6 p.

16. Karpatorusskaia narodnaia organizatsiia (Carpathorussian Folk Organization). TRETII VSEOBSHCHII KARPATORUSSKII KONGRESS V AMERIKE . . . (Third General Congress of Carpathorussians in America, New York, 28-31 Dec. 1919 and I Jan. 1920). New York, 1920. 136 p. Ill.

17 . Kashevaroff, A.P. ST. MICHAEL'S CATHEDRAL, SITKA, ALASKA. Juneau (AK), n.d. 30 p. (unp.). Ill. In English.

18. Kedrovskii, Protohierei Ven'iamin. NA NIVE BOZHIEI . . . (Upon God's field. History of the Russian Orthodox Church of the Protection in the city of Gary, Indiana, North America, on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the building of the church, 1911-1931). Southbury (CT), n.d. 217 p. Ill.

19. Kireef, General Alexander. Correspondence on infallibility between a father Jesuit and General Alexander Kireef (An Eastern Orthodox). N.p., 1896. 96 p. In English.

20. Kokhanik, Archpriest Petr (compiler). RUS' I PRAVOSLAVIE V SEVERNOI AMERIKE (The Rus' and Orthodoxy in North America). Wilkes-Barre (PA), 1920. 143 p. Ill. 2 c.

21. Leontii, Metropolitan (Turkevich, Archpriest Leonid J.). ESSAYS OF ORTHODOX THEOLOGY. New York, 1918. 77 p. In English.

22. Malyshev, Archimandrite Ignatii. SLOVO O MONASHESKOM DELANII . . . (Address on monastic life-work composed by Archimandrite Ignatii Malyshev in response to the project of the Hegumeness Mitrofaniia, 10 July 1869). RUSSKAIA STARINA, 1888. 13 p. Reprint.

23. McGahan, William. POSTUPATEL'NOE DVIZHENIE PRAVOSLAVIIA V SOEDINENNYKH SHTATAKH . . . (Progress of Orthodoxy in the U.S. [Letter from New York.] Farewell to the Bishop of the Aleutians and Alaska). N.p., n.d. P. 687-714.

Fragment of a larger publication.

24. Miletii, Bishop. SLOVO SKAZANNOE . . . (Address delivered by His Grace Miletii, Bishop of Riazan' and Zaraisk, in the Dormition Cathedral prior to the Te Deum on the occasion of the dedication in Moscow of a memorial to Emperor Alexander II, who rests with the Lord). RIAZANSKI EPARKHIALINYE VEDOMOSTI, no. 18, 1898. P. 1-6. Reprint.

25. Nedzellnitskii, Protohierei Ioann. O POCHITANII SVIATOGO KRESTA (On the adoration of the Holy Cross). Wilkes-Barre (PA), 1930. 10 p.

26. Nikolai (Ziorov), Bishop of the Aleutians and Alaska. Seven items.


TRIDTSAT' RECHEI I TRI POSLANIIA . . . (Thirty speeches and three epistles . . . ). New York, 1896. 144 p.
POUCHENIE NA DEN' ROZHDESTVA KHRISTOVA (Lesson on the day of the nativity of Christ). San Francisco, 1893. 16 p.
ON THE DUTY INCUMBENT NOT ALONE ON THE ORTHODOX RUSSIANS . . . San Francisco, 1892. 7 p. 3 c. In Russian and English.
IZ MOEGO ONEVNIK. II . . . (From my Diary II.) St. Petersburg, 1894. 96 p.
POUCHENIE OB ANGELAKH . . . (Lesson about angels . . . ) New York, 1894. 1 p. and verso.
FAREWELL ADDRESS. New York, 1898. English-language ed., 25 p. Russ.-language ed., 24 p.
AMERIKANSKIIA PROPOVIEDI . . . (American sermons, with a supplement of 5 epistles). Simferopol, 1902, 133 p.
27. Nikol'skii, Protohierei Timofei. O MOLITVE ZA UMERSHIKH . . . (on the prayer for the dead, discussion by the Archpriest of the Naval Cathedral, Timofei Nikol'skii). St. Petersburg, 1837. Incomplete (table of contents and p. i-vi only).

28. Nil Sorskii (Fr. Nilus of Sorsk). ZHIZN' I TRUDY . . . (Life and works of the reverend father Nil Sorskii, the initial founder of the life in retreat in Russia, and his spiritual/moral teachings about retreat life). Moscow, 1889. 110 P.

29. Popov, Petr. Two pamphlets.

Folder contains: O KRESHCHENII MLADENTSEV (PROTIV BAPTISTOV) (On infant baptism [against Baptists]), New York, 1917, 8 p. KARLOVATSKAIA SMUTA . . . (Karlovatsk unrest. Toward elucidation of discord among the Russian hierarchy abroad), Iur'ev, 1927, 23 p.

30. Russian Convent (Monastery) of St. Panteleimon, Mt. Athos, Greece. Five leaflets in Russian, one in Greek

31. "Student from Istanbul" (pseud.). IERUSALIM (Jerusalem). N.p., n.d. 4 p.

32. Tikhon, Bishop. Four addresses on spiritual topics.
RECH' . . . (Address . . . [at his accession to the See]). San Francisco, 1898. 7 p.
BESEDA EGO PREOSVIASHCHENSTVA . . . (A conversation held by His Grace, Eminent Bishop Tikhon, on the day of commemoration of Saint Prince Vladimir, in the settlement Ninilchik of Kenai Parish). New York, 1899. 12 p.
SVIATEISHII PATRIARKH TIKHON. New York, 1922. 64 p. Collection of essays, letters, etc.
ZAVETY I NASTAVLENIIA AMERIKANSKOI PRAVOSLAVNOI RUSI . . . (Charges and instructions for the American Orthodox Rus' by Tikhon, the Most Holy Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia). New York, 1924. 46 p. 4 c. Collected addresses, etc., from 1898-1907, when he led the American church.
33. Tikhon Zadonskii. PRAVDA I KRIVDA . . . (Truth and untruth. Prophecy of the Russian Revolution). New York, 1918. 57 p.

Originally published in Kiev, 1875.

34. Tovt, A.G. DO SMEKHU . . . I DO PLACHU (To laugh--or to cry). Philadelphia, 1908. 16 p. 2 c.

Directed against the Uniates.

35. Tul'pa, L. Four items. Massachusetts, n.d. Mimeographed one-page typescripts.

Essays and poem on spiritual topics.

36. Valaam. PUTESHESTVIE NA VALAAM, VO SVIATUIU OBITEL . . . (A journey to Valaam, to the Holy Retreat, and a detailed description of all its significant attractions). St. Petersburg, 1902. 135 pp. 12 engravings.

Inscribed to Michael Z. Vinokouroff by Hegumen Pavlin, Valaam, 23 Jan. 1931.

37. St. Vladimir Central Jubilee Committee. PROGRAMMA . . . (Program of the Russian jubilee celebration to commemorate the 950th anniversary of the adoption of Christianity by the Russian people). Cassville (NJ), 1938. Unp.

38. Zaitsev, Boris. VALAAM. Tallin (Estonia), 1936. 79 p. Ill.

Inscribed to Archimandrite Gerasim by author, 8 Mar. 1937.

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