Divided into 53 headings and comprises notes about various works, inter alia: Thomas Stapleton's 'Promptuarium'; Francesco Petrarca's 'De remediis utriusque fortunæ'; Opuscula of St. Dionysos; 'Vita Domi'; and 'Vita Jesu Christi' by Ludolphus de Saxonia.
Autograph score of the unpublished orchestral prelude to Karl Immermann's play: "Kurfürst Johann Wilhelm im Theater". Full orchestral score with some spoken dialogue (labelled 'Dialog') in the pauses, and two lines of text written at the top of the caption.
Comprises photocopies of a cutting from 'The Times', 20 June 1916, about the arrival of the Royal Naval Air Service armoured car unit in Russia, and letters from Sonny Howe, Petrograd, to Edward Mairis, Archangel (two, 1916).
Comprises Lily Barlow's notebooks, diary entries, memoirs, letters, stories, commonplace writings, and family history relating to Germany, Russia, and England between 1899 and 1954, various photographs, and Russian banknotes.
Comprises the personal and literary papers, photographs and correspondence of Susanna Grigor'evna Kozhevnikova (née ; 1882-1976), Vladimir Innokent'evich Kozhevnikov (1905-1978), and Aleksandra Innokent'evna Kozhevnikova (pseudonym Tulunova; 1907- ).
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