Hess Moses (1812-1875). Fond 173, 1836-1891.


Hess Moses (1812-1875). Fond 173, 1836-1891.

Rukopisi stateĭ po voprosam istorii, filosofii, religii, "Pisʹma k Iskanderu"(A. I. Gert︠s︡enu) (1850); ob opasnosti voĭny, o frankmasonstve, ret︠s︡enzii na i tom Kapitala K. Marksa (1867), vypiski iz knig, stikhotvorenii︠a︡ (1836-1873). CHlenskie bilety Vseobshchego germanskogo rabochego soi︠u︡za za podpisʹi︠u︡ G. Pisʹmo zheny - S. Gess F. Engelʹsu; pisʹma v ee adres M.F. Anneke, F.G. Zemmiga, N. La Sesilia, I. Mosta, N. L. Petersena.

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