Koziul'kin and Butskovskii Family Papers, 1844-1920.


Koziul'kin and Butskovskii Family Papers, 1844-1920.

Correspondence, manuscripts, documents and printed materials chiefly concerning members of the Kozi︠u︡lḱin and But︠s︡kovskiĭ families, specifically Nadezhda Aleksandrovna Kozi︠u︡lḱina, nʹee But︠s︡kovskai︠a︡, her husband, Ippolit Arkadévich Kozi︠u︡lḱin and her grandfather, Mikhail Andreevich But︠s︡kovskiĭ, the governor of Lublin province 1860-1880. The cataloged materials, in an album, include notes, autographs and music manuscripts of such individuals as Matti︠a︡ Battistini, Aleksandr Glazunov, Jules Massenet, Anna Pavlova and Edouard do Reszke. The correspondence consists of personal letters to members of the Kozi︠u︡lḱin and Chivilev families as well as business correspondence from the 1860-1881 period concerning M.A. But︠s︡kovskiĭ's real estate affairs. The documents include a variety of official birth, death, marriage and graduation announcements; awards given to I.A. Kozi︠u︡lḱin in both St. Petersburg and at the Russian Embassy in Teheran; contracts; insurance forms; military orders (1884) and reports (1878); real estate documents and I.A. Kozi︠u︡lḱin's service records. The printed materials deal primarily with financial affairs (such as accounts from the Governor General of Warsaw, 1898-1901) and real estate matters associated with M.A. But︠s︡kovskiĭ's entailed estate, "Raet︠s︡," in Radom province, including "Maioraty v t︠s︡arstve polśkom (1911).

ca. 125 items (1 box).

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