Subbotic?-Pereplotchikov Family papers, 1960s-2002.


Subbotić-Pereplotchikov Family. Subbotic?-Pereplotchikov Family papers, 1960s-2002.

Subbotic?-Pereplotchikov Family papers, 1960s-2002.

The bulk of the collection consists of Ivan Subbotić's and Anka Gođevac-Subbotić's personal and professional correspondence, (including correspondence with prime ministers, high-ranking politicians, and diplomats), documents, writings, and photographs; as well as Igor Pereplotchikov and Ružica Pereplotchikov's correspondence, documents, and photographs. There are also diaries, notebooks, memoirs, biographical and printed material, and ephemera. Personal records, genealogical materials, and photographs document the history of three prominent Serb families Subbotić, Gođevac, and Bajalovic (Dragoljub Bajalovic was Anka Gođevac-Subbotić's first husband), -- and the Pereplotchikov family, who fled from post-Revolutionary Russia to Yugoslavia. Some of the significant materials represented in this collection are letters of Winston Churchill; Edward F. Halifax; Anthony Eden; Fiorello La Guardia; Petar II Karađorđević, King of Yugoslavia; Jacobo Stuart Fitz-James y Falcó, duque de Alba; Slobodan Jovanovic; Helen Percy, Duchess of Northumberland; Tomislav Karađorđević; Elizabeth Karađorđević; and ciphered diplomatic telegrams and letters from 1939; guest book with autographs of diplomats and members of European royal families from the period of 1935-1941, and an autograph of Nikita Khruschev on the program "Khrushchev at the Hotel Commodore;" photographs of Fyodor Chaliapin; Louis Félix Marie François Franchet d'Espérey; Slobodan Jovanovic; Jacobo Stuart Fitz-James y Falcó, duque de Alba; Kosta Pavlović; Petar II Karađorđević, King of Yugoslavia; Natalija, Queen, consort of Milan Obrenović, King of Serbia; Božidar Purić; Franklin Delano Roosevelt; Nicolae Titulescu; Aleksandra Kollontai; and the sessions of the Assembly of the League of Nations, 1935-1937.

11.5 linear feet [15 archival document boxes, 2 flat boxes].





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