Cuno Friedrich Theodore (1847-1934). Fond 189, 1865-1935.

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Cuno, Friedrich Theodore, 1847-1934. 880-01 Cuno Friedrich Theodore (1847-1934). Fond 189, 1865-1935.

Cuno Friedrich Theodore (1847-1934). Fond 189, 1865-1935.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Rukopisʹ vospominaniĭ o vstrechakh s K. Marksom i F. Engelʹsom i svoem uchastii v evropeĭskom i amerikanskom rabochem dvizhenii, dei︠a︡telʹnosti i Internat︠s︡ionala i Severo-amerikanskoĭ federat︠s︡ii Internat︠s︡ionala s vkli︠u︡chennymi v tekst pisʹmami i telegrammami v adres K.: F. Turati, F.Bolʹte, E. davida, F.A. Zorge, Dzh. Kėmpbela, U.-S.Stefansa, F. turnera, S. SHevicha, mandatami na Gaagskiĭ Kongress i Internat︠s︡ionala, finansovym otchetom Nat︠s︡ionalʹnogo ispolnitelʹnogo komitet Sot︠s︡ialisticheskoĭ rabocheĭ partii Ameriki (1878), dokumentami o dei︠a︡telʹnosti organizat︠s︡ii Ryt︠s︡ari truda (1881), T︠S︡entralʹnogo soveta profsoi︠u︡znykh i rabochikh organizat︠s︡iĭ Nʹi︠u︡-Jorka i okrestnosteĭ (1882), s avtobiorafii︠a︡mi L. Linge, O. Neebe, A. Parsonsa, S. fildena, A. Fishera, M. SHvaba, A. SHpisa, osuzhdennykh v 1886 g. po Heĭmarketskomu delu, avtobiografieĭ K., s gazetnymi vyrezkami i drugimi materialami. Pisʹmo K.: R.F. Bartonu. Perepiska K. i Dzh. Kuno s IMEL v Moskve (1932-1933, 1935). Pisʹmo D. Rocha - L. petrovu o ego statʹe s vospominanii︠a︡mi o dei︠a︡telʹnosti Generalʹnogo soveta i Ĭnternat︠s︡ionala (1912).

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