Anatolii Vasil'evich Baikalov Papers, ca. 1918-1959.


Baĭkalov, Anatoliĭ Vasilévich, 1882-ca. 1960. Anatolii Vasil'evich Baikalov Papers, ca. 1918-1959.

Anatolii Vasil'evich Baikalov Papers, ca. 1918-1959.

Correspondence, manuscripts, and documents created during Baĭkalov's sojourn in England, from about 1918 on. There is correspondence with major Russian emigres such as Aleksandr Guchkov, Aleksandr Kerenskiĭ, Boris Nikolaevskiĭ, and Marc Slonim, and with British figures such as Malcolm Muggeridge, the Duchess of Atholl, Sir Bernard Pares, and Sidney Webb. The manuscripts consist mostly of Baĭkalov's writings for British and Russian emigre periodicals. The subject files concern such organizations as Zakupsbyt (The Union of Siberian Cooperative Unions) and the American Slavic Colonization Trust.

ca. 6,200 items (26 boxes).



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