Memoir, relating to imprisonment in Soviet forced labor camps; photocopies of Soviet arrest records and summaries of judicial proceedings, and of United States Federal Bureau of Investigation reports on interviews after repatriation; and 44 original paintings and drawings depicting living and working conditions in Soviet forced labor camps.
Writings, notes, printed matter, photographs, sound recordings, video tapes, motion picture film, and miscellany, relating to aspects of Russian and Soviet culture and history. Video use copies of motion picture film available.
Passport, certificates of appointment, letters, biographical material, and photographs, relating to foreign relations of the Russian Provisional Government, and to the medical career of J. O. Gavronsky. Includes photographs of Aleksandr Kerensky, caricatures of Kerensky and other members of the Comité pour la Russie, and the 1906 printed program and statutes of the Partii͡a sot͡sialistov-revoli͡ut͡sionerov.
Writings, certificates, photographs, postcards, and miscellany, relating to social conditions and rural life in Russia before the Russian Revolution, Russian émigré life in France and the United States, and activities of the right-wing Russian émigré group Mladorosskai͡a Partii͡a in France between the two world wars.
Writings, correspondence, notes, genealogical charts, certificates, and photographs, relating to the history of the Svi͡atopolk-Mirskiĭ family from the tenth to the twentieth century, and to Russian émigré affairs. Consists mainly of drafts of and working materials for a genealogical history. Includes photographs of Emperor Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra.