Correspondence, consular and financial records, writings, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian emigration. Used for a Zarubezhnai͡a Rus' exhibit. Includes some papers of V. K. Abdank-Kossovskiĭ.
Regulations, directives, resolutions, protocols, and decisions, relating to the administration of scientific and other academic research in Siberia and elsewhere in the Soviet Union. Includes regulations of the central office of the Akademii͡a nauk SSSR and of the Gosudarstvennyĭ komitet SSSR po nauke i tekhnike.
Memoirs and other writings, and printed matter, relating to the Trotsky family, the childhood and youth of Y. Akselrod in the Soviet Union, the imprisonment of her parents, her emigration to the United States, and efforts to secure the rehabilitation of her father.
Writings, notes, and collected printed matter, relating to the life of the Russian physiologist Sergeĭ Chakhotin, including his membership in the Smena Vekh circle, his émigré life in Germany, his involvement in the anti-Nazi movement, and his work in the field of political psychology, especially relating to use of symbols.
Correspondence, writings, notes, memoranda, reports, military orders, and photographs, relating to Russian military activities during the Russo-Japanese War, World War I, and the Russian Civil War, and especially to the organization of the Dobrovol'cheskai͡a Armii͡a. Includes some posthumous biographical material.
Photocopies of notes on and transcripts of correspondence, writings and police records drawn from files on Aleksandr Shli͡apnikov and Sergeǐ Medvedev in Russian archival repositories, 1917-1958, relating to the Workers Opposition movement in the Soviet Union in the 1920s. Includes digital sound recording and transcript of interviews of I͡U. A. Shli͡apnikov, son of Aleksandr Shli͡apnikov. Used as research material for the book by Barbara Allen, Alexander Shllyapnikov, 1885-1937: Life of an Old Bolshevik (Leiden, 2015).
Plays, poems, short stories, letters, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and drama, and to conditions in Russia during World War I. Includes diary of Anna Andreeva, wife of Leonid Andreyev.
Histories entitled Posledni͡ai͡a Rossii͡a, 1931, and Prokli͡atyĭ Korabl', 1936, relating to the Russian Civil War in Vladivostok and the Far East, 1919-1922, and to travels in Eastern Europe, the Near East and Asia.