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Letters to Viktor Černov from various correspondents c. 1911-1939, including local PSR groups outside Russia 1929-1932; letters from various correspondents to Grigorij Šrejder 1902-1916, Revoljucionnaja Rossija 1917-1938, Egor E. Lazarev 1906-1909 and others; drafts/copies of letters sent by Černov...
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Minutes of the meetings of the Berlinskij Klub 9.1.1931-23.6.1932 (copies, stencils) and 10.11.1932 (photocopy).
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From the Rossijskij Gosudarstvennyj Archiv Literatury i Iskusstva (RGALI): letters to Nikolaj A. Gernet; article on 'Utilitarianism' by John Stuart Mill. From the Gosudarstvennyj Archiv Rossijskoj Federacii (GARF): autobiographical notes; letters from L. Gol'denberg, from Petr A. Kropotkin and oth...
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Period 1886-1932
Correspondence 1912-1913, 1924-1932; notebooks and notes made by Men'ščikov as agent provocateur in the Ochrana and other documentation on revolutionary activities 1886-1899; documentation on agents provocateurs, including file on A.M. Evalenko 1911-1912; notebook c. 1931-1932; draft manuscript of `...
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Period 1950-1975
Letters to Ida Mett and Nicolas Lazarévitch (1934-) 1956-1974; manuscripts by Ida Mett; exercise booklets with notes by Ida Mett; exercise booklets with notes by Nicolas Lazarévitch; diaries of their relative Boris Wulfert-Pokitonov 1921-1963; the I. en N. Lazaréwitch papers were bought from Marc La...
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Letters and other documents received from the associated local organizations in Basel, Berne, Geneva, Lausanne, St. Gallen, Winterthur and Zurich, from the international relief centre for Russian prisoners and exiles in Cracow and from various persons; printed material.
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Typed and handwritten manuscript of 'Vospominanija (memoirs) social-demokrata' 1899-1905 and handwritten manuscript of his 'Zapiski socialdemokrata' 1906-1917, both published; handwritten manuscripts of articles; some letters 1912 (photocopies) and 1944; press clippings on his death, etc.
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Manuscript of `Russkoe anarchičeskoe dviženie v Severnoj Amerike'.
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Diaries 1910-1911, 1916, [1918?]-1933, including his 'Russian' diary; extensive correspondence with Emma Goldman 1917, 1924-1936; correspondence c. 1906-1913, 1919-1936, with Rafail Abramovič 1930-1934, Angelica Balabanoff 1925-1936, Stella Ballantine 1924, 1927-1936, Roger Baldwin 1925-1927, 1931,...
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Collection of documents received from Semen Portugejs, consisting of: leaflets of the Petrograd Group and the Moscow Group of Social Democrats 1918-1922; number 4, 5, 7 and fragments of other issues of Naša Žizn', organ of the Moscow Group of Social Democrats 1922-1923; articles by P.N. Dnevnickij (...
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Letters received by Mering, some by her son Jakov L. Mering, from some 50 correspondents, mainly Russian social democrats, including Lidija Dan (c. 250 letters), Fedor Dan 1922-1946, Iraklij Tsereteli 1924-1925, 1929, Samuil Sčupak1921-1924, 1932, 1938, Boris Nikolaevskij 1923-1924, 1931-1934, Rafai...
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Period 1892-1893
Enige persoonlijke stukken: militair zakboekje met bijlagen, bewijs van gratie en ontslag uit de gevangenis Utrecht 1893; enige artikelen en andere stukken betreffende de spoorwegstaking in Zuid-Afrika en zijn verbanning, onder andere verslag van zijn bezoek aan België; artikelen en lezing over comm...
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Period 1960-1964
Typescripts of the memoirs Rozdestvenskij wrote in the early sixties of his youth, his work as a public prosecutor in the Caucasus 1908-1918, and the first four years of his emigration; documentation, mainly on Georgia.
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Handwritten minutes of the meetings of the Sledstvennaja Kommissija (investigation commission) in Russian and German 1917.
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Letters to and from Vladimir Stankevič relating to the years he lived as a displaced person in Germany 1946-1948.
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Period 1917-1919
Trotsky Papers (mainly carbon copies): correspondence between Lev Trotsky and Natalija Sedova and Lev Sedov 1931-1937; with and between various Trotskyists in Europe, including Eugen Bauer, Jeanne Martin, Raymond Molinier, Alexandra Pfemfert, Lev Sedov; letters from several correspondents in the Sov...
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File of miscellaneous documents (copies, mainly in French) on the annexation of Georgia by the Bolsheviks 1921-1922, containing documents, letters, telegrams, reports etc. from the exiled Georgian government in Paris to the president of the Genoa conference and to the Second International.
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Investigative file of the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Emma Goldman, Alexander Berkman and others including correspondence and documents by Goldman and Berkman 1917-1919.
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Period 1912-1915
Letters from the RSDRP Central Committee and from others 1913-1914; minutes of sessions of the fraction 1913-1914; questionnaires 1914; (draft) declarations, resolutions, reports, and other documents relating to the fraction work; letters to the fraction, such as letters from electors, trade unions,...
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Some correspondence 1902-1905; rules 1901-1903; circulars and reports 1902-1904, and other documents.
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