Weerth Georg (1822-1856). Fond 177, 1839-1918.


Weerth Georg (1822-1856). Fond 177, 1839-1918.

Annotat︠s︡ii︠a︡: Ocherki i statʹi po politicheskim i sot︠s︡ialʹnym voprosam,stikhotvorenii︠a︡,stranit︠s︡y iz dnevnika, zametki (1848-1854).Pisʹma V.: L. Dunker, F. Lassali︠u︡. Semeĭnai︠a︡ perepiska V. (1836-1856). Pimʹma v adres V. V. Veĭtlinga, T. Gagena, G. Geĭne, F. i L. Dunkerov, ʺ. Mi︠u︡llera-Talleringa, S. Nauta i dr. Pisʹma chlenov semʹi V. raznym lit︠s︡am (1912-1957).

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