Georgii Mitrofanovich Kiselevskii Papers, 1652-1966.


Georgii Mitrofanovich Kiselevskii Papers, 1652-1966.

Manuscripts of, and historical documents collected by, Georgiĭ M. Kiselevskiĭ. Kiselevskiĭ's brief typed memoirs discuss his youth, service in the Imperial Ministry of Communications before World War I, and life as an emigre in Europe and Latin America. His diary from 1919-1920 covers the period when he served in the White Northwestern Army. Also included is a photograph and membership lists relating to emigre engineers' associations. Among the historical documents which Kiselevskiĭ collected are patents and edicts issued by the following Russian rulers: Alekseĭ Mikhaĭlovich (ruled 1645-76); Peter I (1682-1725); Catherine I (1725-27); Anna Ivanovna (1730-40); Ivan VI (1740-41); Catherine II (1762-96); and Alexander I (1801-25). Co-signers of certain of these documents are A.A. Arakcheev, V.V. Dolgorukiĭ, B.C. von Minikh, and A.D. Menshikov. Also included are over 50 miscellaneous receipts and other documents from the period 1732-1872. In addition there is a printed roll (stolbet︠s︡) depicting the order of march at Alexander I's funeral (1825).

74 items (1 box; 3 oversized folders).

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Kiselevskiĭ, Georgiĭ Mitrofanovich, 1880 or 1881- (person)

Engineer and collector. From the description of Georgii Mitrofanovich Kiselevskii Papers, 1652-1966. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320409152 ...

von Minikh, B.C. (person)

Dologorukiĭ, V.V. (person)

Menshikov, Aleksandr Danilovich, 1673-1729 (person)

Peter I, Emperor of Russia, 1672-1725 (person)

Peter the Great, Czar of Russia, who introduced Western European civilization into Russia and raised Russia to the position of one of Europe's major powers. From the description of Document ordering fines to be imposed for enlisting persons into the army who are sick or unfit for service, 1720 May 22. (Alaska State Library). WorldCat record id: 42064454 ...

Alekseĭ Mikhaĭlovich, Czar of Russia, 1629-1676 (person)

Alexander I, Emperor of Russia, 1777-1825 (person)

Lord Castlereagh was British Foreign Secretary from 1812-22. Alexander I acceded to the throne in Russia in 1801. From the description of ALS, 1819 July 23, [Tsarskoye] Selo, [Russia] to "My lord" [Viscount] Robert Stewart Castlereagh / Aléxandre. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 83806365 Alexander I, Emperor of Russia, 1801-1825. From the description of Autograph signature to military commission : St. Petersburg, 1811 Nov. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat...

Catherine II, Empress of Russia, 1762-1796. (person)

Catherine I, Empress of Russia, 1725-1727. (person)

Arakcheev, Alekseĭ Andreevich, graf, 1769-1834. (person)

Anna Ivanovna, Empress of Russia, 1693-1740. (person)