Eduard Ivanovich Totleben Papers, ca. 1850-1960.


Eduard Ivanovich Totleben Papers, ca. 1850-1960.

Correspondence, manuscripts, documents and photographs of Totleben. The correspondence includes one letter from T︠S︡ar ́Alexander II, two from Dmitriĭ A. Mili︠u︡tin, a draft of a letter Totleben sent to the T︠S︡ar,́ several invitations to official functions and a bound volume containing Totleben's letters to his wife written during the Crimean War. The manuscripts comprise nine volumes of Totleben's diary entries from the Russo-Turkish War of 1877-1878. Among the documents are diplomas and awards received by Totleben and a copy of his service record. There are several photographs of Totleben and other officers, including N.K. Shild́er. Also included are the memoirs of his son, Nikolaĭ Eduardovich Totleben, entitled "Vospominanii︠a︡ Fligel-́Adi︠́u︡tanta" (18 p.).

ca. 125 items (1 box; 3 oversized folders).

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