Lessner Friedrich (1825-1910). Fond 178, 1825-1910.

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Lessner, Friedrich, 1825-1910. 880-01 Lessner Friedrich (1825-1910). Fond 178, 1825-1910.

Lessner Friedrich (1825-1910). Fond 178, 1825-1910.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Dnevniki (1853-1856), shchapisnye knizhki(1884-1897, 1890-1903), nabroski stateĭ i vystupleniĭ o I Internat︠s︡ionale, Sot︠s︡ialisticheskoĭ Lige v Anglii, rabochem dvizhenii serediny - vtoroĭ poloviny XIX v.,podgotovitelʹnye materialy k statʹe ; vospominanii︠a︡, statʹi, nekrologi ob I. Auėre, L.-O. Blanki, M. Devitte, F.-A.Zorge, K. Mrkse, i︠u︡. Motellere, L. Frankele, I.-G.Ėkkariuse, Ė. Ėveling, F. Ėngelʹse i dr.(1884-1907); gazetnye vyrezki i knigi s nadpisi︠a︡mi i pometkami L.

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