Columbia University Libraries,-- Bakhmeteff Archive
Correspondence of the Herzen family, especially letters of Russian socialist author Aleksandr I. Herzen and his wife, Natalii︠a︡ to Tatʹi︠a︡na A. Astrakova, and her first husband, Nikolaĭ Astrakov. Other family members represented include the Herzen children, Alexandre, Natalie, and Nikolaĭ. Correspondents include Nikolaĭ Ogarev
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Business and laboratory records, library, negative files, fine prints, and work prints, relating to photographic processes and formulas, research programs, patents, and equipment used by the company
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Correspondence; mss. of writings; extensive notes about European diplomacy in the 1830s and the South Soviet zadruga; thousands of photos, chiefly from the Soviet Union (1945-1955), representing Soviet, Chinese, and East European political figures, such as Mao Tse-Tung, György Lukács, and Boris Spasskiĭ, and Westerners, including Enrico Berlinguer and Pablo Neruda; subject files and mimeographed and printed matter, including material on Inter-University Committee on Travel Grants; papers on Soviet studies distributed by St. Antony's College, Oxford University; U.S. State Dept. research reports; and works by Mosely. Correspondents include Victor Chernov and George Kennan
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Manuscripts of writings, consisting chiefly of memoirs, including material about Petr Stolypin, Kiev zemstvo and a zemstvo congress held in Kiev, 1917 Revolution, Ukraine in 1918, and Zenʹkovskiĭ's activities in the Civil War in 1919-1920, when he worked to provision the White Army and civilians in the Crimea (Krymskai︠a︡ oblastʹ)
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Treasurers' and secretaries' reports, bills, receipts, documents relating to the sale of burial plots, and other business records of the association. Persons represented include Thomas B. Redding (1831-1895), a New Castle lawyer who served as secretary and superintendent
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Invoices and receipts of Smith's general store
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Correspondence (1967-1968), writings, biographical materials, memoranda books, clippings, and other papers, by and about Hicks. Includes material relating to the history of Nicodemus, Kan., history of the African American church in Duluth, Minn., and historical information concerning Baptist churches in Emporia, Leavenworth, and Kansas City, Kan
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Correspondence and programs, relating to Humphreys's career, including radio performances (1920-ca. 1945)
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Business records series includes certificate of incorporation, bylaws, task force and committee correspondence, résumés of personnel, financial statements (1974-1979), minutes, and other records. Planning series, arranged in four subseries (Preliminary planning, Local architects, National architects, and Planning and design), contains files of Arts Development Associates, Minneapolis, Minn.; files of Red River Valley Historical Society; papers of Clyde B. Schroeder, architectural student at North Dakota State University who was responsible for the "bridge" concept between the two communities; files of local architects Foss Engelstad Foss; and various documents relating to the planning and design of the project. Grants and donors series includes information concerning support and funding of Dayton Hudson Foundation, Kresge Foundation, Minnesota Historical Society, North Dakota American Bicentennial Commission, National Endowment for the Arts, North Dakota Council on the Arts and ... Read More
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Papers relating to Anderson's role as operations director for the Republican National Convention in Kansas City, Mo., 1976. Topics include convention scheduling, communications facilities, assignments, budget, security, space allocation, White House liaison, and President Ford Committee