Alexandre Polovtsoff papers 1918-1934


Alexandre Polovtsoff papers 1918-1934

Notes, manuscripts, and transcript copies of Alexandre Polovtsoff's (1867-1934) writings after his emigration from Russia in 1918. Included are autobiographical materials, articles on Russian art, the imperial palaces, and Russian historical figures; also, translations of the by Francisco de Miranda, and by A. S. Griboedov. Journal de Voyage en Russie The Curse of Wit

1.5 linear feet (6 boxes)


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