Anastase Vonsiatsky and Marion Ream papers Vonsiatsky (Anastase) and Ream (Marion) papers 1861-1970


Anastase Vonsiatsky and Marion Ream papers, Vonsiatsky (Anastase) and Ream (Marion) papers, 1861-1970

Anastase Vonsiatsky and Marion Ream papers Vonsiatsky (Anastase) and Ream (Marion) papers 1861-1970

The collection of Anastase Andreivich Vonsiatsky, self-appointed leader of a Russian fascist group which operated in America, and his wife Marion Buckingham Ream, heiress to the Norman Bruce Ream fortune, consists of their personal correspondence, books, newspapers, legal documents, pamphlets, photographs, phonograph records, and printing blocks.

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