Correspondence, reports, and investigative and judicial files, relating to secret police investigative activities and prosecutions in Georgia. Includes lists of persons tried and judicial proceedings in 1937-1938.
Diaries and notes, relating to Soviet foreign relations, and to Georgian politics and foreign relations. Includes summaries of conversations between Ėduard Shevardnadze and foreign leaders. Also available on microfilm (10 reels).
Diary, memoirs, and military service records, relating to Georgian relations with Turkey, 1920-1921; Georgian refugee life in Turkey and Poland; the Polish army in the interwar period, and its defeat in 1939; the Georgian Legion in the German army during World War II; and Georgian prisoners in British prison camps at the end of the war. Includes translations.
Election campaign literature, press releases, political protocols, copies of police records, serial issues, other printed matter, videotape cassettes, compact disk, and memorabilia, relating to various aspects of Georgian history, including revolutionary movements, the Russian Revolution, the period leading up to establishment of Georgian independence in 1991, post-independence politics and elections, the history of and political movements in Ajaria, and independence movements in South Ossetia.
Archive/Manuscript — 30 ms. boxes, 7 oversize boxes, 39 envelopes, 1 album box, 11 motion picture film reels, 5 phonorecords.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, research notes, printed matter, photographs, engravings, lithographs, and maps, relating to the history of Georgia (Transcaucasia), the Romanov family, Russian-American relations, and the Association of Russian Imperial Naval Officers in America. Includes photocopies of Romanov family letters, photographs of Russia during World War I by Donald C. Thompson, and a documentary film of Tsar Nicholas II. Also includes videotape viewing copies of motion picture film. Sound use copies of sound recordings available.