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Index XIIIb(1)

1904

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 192
Index XIIIb(1)

1905

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 192-193
Index XIIIb(1)

1906

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 194
Index XIIIb(1)

1907

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 195
Index XIIIb(1)

1908

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 196
Index XIIIb(1)

1909

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 197
Index XIIIb(1)

1910

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 198-199
Index XIIIb(1)

1911

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 200-201
Index XIIIb(1)

1912

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 202-204
Index XIIIb(1)

1913

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 205-207
Index XIIIb(1)

1914

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 207-209
Index XIIIb(1)

1915

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 210-213
Index XIIIb(1)

1916

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 213-215
Index XIIIb(1)

1917

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 216
Index XIIIb(1)

Dispatches not sent, 1915-1917

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 216
Box 128

(2) Outgoing cables

Scope and Contents note

Record keeping of outgoing telegrams was much less uniform or systematic than that of the written dispatches. From the many draft notes for the telegrams, it was obvious that their substance was often subject to careful analysis of all available information before a telegram was set in final shape for encoding and sending. The information that went into the text was subject to the same processing as that of the dispatches -- the names of individuals and organizations mentioned were placed on index cards for further reference.
Drafts of outgoing telegrams in this collection are filed in chronological order. It can be noted from the system of serial numbering that many of them are missing. More complete, however, is the record of outgoing cables beginning in book form on November 10, 1910, and continued until 1917. In these logs, each telegram is given a serial, number, date of sending, and its full text is recorded. These large logs are arranged so that the outgoing cables are entered on the front half and the incoming cables beginning from the back half of the book.

Access

Available on microfilm reels 216-217
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 1

1887-1902

Access

Available on microfilm reel 216

Scope and Contents note

Includes telegrams about the French minister's trip to Russia (1899); information on the Fighting Unit of the Socialist Revolutionaries (1902); and other materials.
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 2

1903

Access

Available on microfilm reel 216

Scope and Contents note

Mainly from Rataev in St. Petersburg to Garting in Berlin.
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 3

1904

Access

Available on microfilm reel 216

Scope and Contents note

Mainly from Rataev in St. Petersburg to Garting in Berlin.
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 4

1906

Access

Available on microfilm reel 216
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 5

1907

Access

Available on microfilm reel 217

Scope and Contents note

Mainly from Garting on leading revolutionaries, requests for funds, alerts on arms smuggling and illegal border crossings, plans of terrorists, etc.
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 6

1908

Access

Available on microfilm reel 217
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 7

1909

Access

Available on microfilm reel 217

Scope and Contents note

Telegrams for Garting, Andreev, and Krasil'nikov to Headquarters on Azef and Lopukhin, etc.
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 8

1910-1917

Access

Available on microfilm reel 217
Index XIIIb(2), Folder 9

Undated drafts

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Available on microfilm reel 217
Box 129

(3) Outgoing cables: logs and texts

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Available on microfilm reel 218
Index XIIIb(3), Folder 1

Volume of outgoing telegrams sent from Darmstadt, Frankfurt, and Bad Neuheim during the Tsar's visit to Hessen, 1910 August 5 - November 10

Access

Available on microfilm reel 218
Index XIIIb(3), Folder 2

Log of the complete texts of outgoing telegrams, 1910 January - 1912 August

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Available on microfilm reel 218
Index XIIIb(3), Folder 3

Log of the complete texts of outgoing telegrams, 1912 August - 1915 December

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Available on microfilm reel 218
Index XIIIb(3), Folder 4

Log of the complete texts of outgoing telegrams, 1916 January - 1917 March

Access

Available on microfilm reel 218
Boxes 130-157

c. Incoming data

Boxes 130-152

(1) Incoming dispatches from Headquarters

Scope and Contents note

The bulk of the incoming dispatches originated in the Special Branch (Osobyi Otdel) of the Department of Police in St. Petersburg, i. e. Branch (Deloproizvodstvo) V, and VI after 1915. This branch was the actual Okhrana Headquarters, referred to also as the "Political Section." Dispatches originated also in the office of the chief of the Police Department and in several other branches, such as Personnel (I), Bookkeeping (III), Detective or Criminal (Vlll), and Branch IX, which handled Okhrana matters pertaining to war. Up to a certain period, a portion of the dispatches came from the Okhrana's provincial subdivisions communicating directly with the Paris Office, but this practice was gradually discontinued for better coordination and integration of communications. A small amount of incoming mails also came from Russian diplomatic and other missions abroad.
The collection of incoming dispatches also contains the dispatches from the Berlin Agentura to Paris (1901-1904).
Incoming dispatches were not limited to intelligence and operational directives or administrative and personnel matters. More often than not, they contained intelligence information. Thus, the contents were integrated with the intelligence files of the Paris Okhrana. The processing of information contained in the incoming dispatches followed the same pattern as all other intelligence reports. Each dispatch was given a separate number. (The largest number of incoming dispatches for one year was achieved in 1911 with 2,011 dispatches.) The Paris Office then checked all names and target organizations in the dispatch and reference cards were made for all names checked. Since the incoming dispatches often required a response on available information, checking through index reference cards thus became a standard procedure in analyzing and collating information.
The collection of incoming dispatches is inventoried by years, a copy of the inventory inserted with each volume, giving each document's number and date and a short description of its contents. A reference column gives the index number of the subject matter under which the document is filed. Where no such number is given, the document has been left in the original volume.

Downloadable PDF Index of Incoming Dispatches

  1. Index of Incoming Dispatches  

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Available on microfilm reels 219-277
 

To Berlin

Index XIIIc(1)

1901

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 219
Index XIIIc(1)

1902

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 219
Index XIIIc(1)

1903

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 219
 

To Paris

Index XIIIc(1)

1886

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1887

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1888

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1889

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1890

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1891

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1892

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1893

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 221
Index XIIIc(1)

1894

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 222
Index XIIIc(1)

1895

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 222
Index XIIIc(1)

1896

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 222
Index XIIIc(1)

1897

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 222
Index XIIIc(1)

1898

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 222
Index XIIIc(1)

1899

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 223
Index XIIIc(1)

1900

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 223
Index XIIIc(1)

1901

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 223
Index XIIIc(1)

1902

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All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 224
Index XIIIc(1)

1903

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 224-226
Index XIIIc(1)

1904

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 226-228
Index XIIIc(1)

1905

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 229-231
Index XIIIc(1)

1906

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 232-233
Index XIIIc(1)

1907

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 233-235
Index XIIIc(1)

1908

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 235-237
Index XIIIc(1)

1909

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 237-242
Index XIIIc(1)

1910

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 243-249
Index XIIIc(1)

1911

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 250-260
Index XIIIc(1)

1912

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 260-266
Index XIIIc(1)

1913

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 267-271
Index XIIIc(1)

1914

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 272-274
Index XIIIc(1)

1915

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 274-275
Index XIIIc(1)

1916

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 276
Index XIIIc(1)

1917

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 277
Index XIIIc(1)

Garting's reports from Berlin, 1901-1905

Access

All dispatches with an index number in the reference column have been filed under the corresponding series (e.g. XVI). All other dispatches are available on microfilm reel 277
Boxes 152-154

(2) Weekly intelligence summaries from Headquarters

Scope and Contents note

The practice of analyzing and collating intelligence information is evident in the weekly intelligence summaries issued by Okhrana Headquarters in the period from 1902 to 1905. All copies of these bound documents in large format are in this collection, many of them in duplicate. It is evident that for the issue of these briefs on the revolutionary situation, the analysts at Headquarters compiled and collated all available information from sources and abroad. The studies are organized in each weekly issue by areas, thus giving a comprehensive survey of the growth of the revolutionary movement and much information on individuals and organizations. These printed materials do not have indices or tables of contents; they were intended primarily for current briefing of Okhrana officers at home and abroad.
Folders 1 to 7 contain general briefs, in chronological order for the periods covered. Folders 8 and 9 are more specific situation reports on the student movements in Russia, with 12 issues for 1901 and 1902.
Another set of similar intelligence situation reports were the lengthy briefs on individual revolutionary parties. These are filed in the folders for those respective parties under Index Number XVIb.

Access

Available on microfilm reels 277-281
Index XIIIc(2), Folder 1

Nos. 1-13, 1902 September-December

Access

Available on microfilm reel 277

Scope and Contents note

Topics include: activities of the Socialist Revolutionaries, the "Iskra" group, important subversives. Based on reports from guberniia Okhrana stations.
Index XIIIc(2), Folders 2-3

Nos. 14-65, 1903

Access

Available on microfilm reels 277-278

Scope and Contents note

Topics include: activities of revolutionary groups and leaders; labor agitation and strikes, operational and administrative instructions.
Index XIIIc(2), Folders 4-5

Nos. 66-97, 99-118, 1904

Access

Available on microfilm reels 278-279
Index XIIIc(2), Folders 6-7

Nos. 119-145, 147-160, 162-163, 1905

Access

Available on microfilm reels 279-280

Scope and Contents note

Topics include: the strike at the Putilov plant, the spread of unrest and upheavals, student activities, Gapon, Social Democrats, etc.
Index XIIIc(2), Folder 8

Summaries on the student movement by cities: St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kiev, Odessa, Kazan, Kharkov, etc., 1901 November 1-December 15

Access

Available on microfilm reel 281
Index XIIIc(2), Folder 9

Summaries on the student movement, 1902 February 5-March 30

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Available on microfilm reel 281
Index XIIIc(2), Folder 10

Reference: For Headquarters intelligence summaries on the structure and activities of the Socialist Revolutionaries, Social Democrats, and other subversive political groups, see XVIb

Boxes 154-157

(3) Incoming cables

Scope and Contents note

Record keeping for incoming telegrams was similar to that for the dispatches. Each message was given an incoming serial number. The names of individuals contained therein were checked and entered in the reference card index. However, there was a lack of systematic filing of cable messages. Many of them were inserted with incoming dispatches, others stored in separate folders, in code or decoded. A more methodical system was introduced in 1910. All incoming telegraphic messages were then entered in a clear text and in numerical order in a log book. Four large log books for the period from 1910 to 1915 were arranged so that the front half of the book was for incoming messages and the back half for outgoing telegrams. (See the logs under Index Number XIIIb(3).)

Access

Available on microfilm reels 281-286
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 1-12

1887-1902

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Available on microfilm reel 281
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 13-15

1903

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Available on microfilm reel 282
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 16-17

1904

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Available on microfilm reels 282-283

Scope and Contents note

Includes telegrams from Cairo.
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 18-19

1905

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Available on microfilm reel 283

Scope and Contents note

Includes telegrams from various cities in Egypt from agent "Loir."
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 20-22

1906

Scope and Contents note

Nos. 37-773

Access

Available on microfilm reels 283-284
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 23-26

1907

Scope and Contents note

Nos. 10-787

Access

Available on microfilm reel 284
Index XIIIc(3), Folders 27-34

1908-1917

Access

Available on microfilm reel 285
Index XIIIc(3), Folder 35

Reference: See the reverse side of the log books in folders 1-3, in XIIIc(3), telegrams for 1910-1915, which contain the full texts of the incoming telegrams for those years

Boxes 157-169

d. Headquarters circulars

Boxes 157-159

(1) Operational directives

Scope and Contents note

The files reveal that the Okhrana's Headquarters in St. Petersburg maintained a system of intelligence and operational circulars even before it founded its Paris office for operations abroad. Through the years, the system was subject to many changes in form and volume. At all times, however, the service of publishing and disseminating circulars was a major function of the Special Department (Vth, and later Vlth Deloproizvodstvo). The intelligence entered in these publications was the sum total of all counter-intelligence information on the revolutionaries, foreign agents, and subversives in general. The purpose of the circulars was instructional -- an operational aid, alert, and warning on individuals, organizations, and their activities.
The collection under this Index Number includes, in the first six folders, bound volumes which include operational directives and also, for the most part, lists of individuals wanted by the police department because of forbidden political activities, terrorist acts, crimes, etc. These volumes cover the period from 1886 to 1910. The volume in Folder 7 is entirely instructional, chiefly for regular police uses, giving a Russian adaptation of the Bertillon anthropometric system.
Folders 8 to 12, arranged in chronological order from 1894 to 1916, concern operational and intelligence directives issued by Headquarters. This extensive collection of circulars in mimeographed form was for the use and guidance of Okhrana establishments at home and abroad.

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Available on microfilm reels 286-290
 

Spisok lits rozyskivaemykh po delam departamenta politsii (Police Department Roster of Persons Subject to Investigation)

Scope and Contents note

Alphabetic, tabular presentation with columns for name, background, description, and police action requested.
Index XIIId(1), Folder 1

1886

Access

Available on microfilm reel 285
Index XIIId(1), Folder 2

1889

Access

Available on microfilm reel 286
Index XIIId(1), Folder 3

1893

Access

Available on microfilm reel 286
Index XIIId(1), Folder 4

1899

Access

Available on microfilm reel 287
Index XIIId(1), Folder 5

Alfavitnyi ukazatel' (Alphabetic Guide to the Search List and Circulars of the Department of Police), 1900

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Available on microfilm reel 288
Index XIIId(1), Folder 6

Alfavitnyi spisok lits rozyskivaemykh tsirkuliarami (Alphabetic Roster of Individuals Listed in Wanted Circulars), 1910

Access

Available on microfilm reel 288
Index XIIId(1), Folder 7

Rozysknoi al'bom: Vypusk 1 (Investigation Album), 1913

Access

Available on microfilm reel 288

Scope and Contents note

Instructions on the investigation of thieves, robbers, etc., after the Bertillon system; samples of keeping records.
 

Headquarters circulars containing operational directions and instructions to subordinate Okhrana outposts at home and abroad

Index XIIId(1), Folder 8

1894-1903

Access

Available on microfilm reel 289
Index XIIId(1), Folder 9

1904-1907

Access

Available on microfilm reel 289
Index XIIId(1), Folder 10

1909-1911

Access

Available on microfilm reel 289
Index XIIId(1), Folder 11

1912-1914

Access

Available on microfilm reel 290
Index XIIId(1), Folder 12

1915-1916

Access

Available on microfilm reel 290
Boxes 159-169

(2) Warning lists

Scope and Contents note

This extensive collection is limited to various Headquarters compilations of warning or watch lists. The arrangement is by years of publication, from 1887 to 1917. The form of the publications changed as the years went by, until the final printed form of rosters was established and adhered to in 1907. These rosters were then issued weekly until the end of the Okhrana. They contained separate lists, each in alphabetical order, of persons subject to investigation, surveillance, or arrest; of persons previously mentioned in rosters but currently declared of no further interest to Okhrana organs, etc.
In addition to the printed rosters, the Okhrana published in mimeographed form circulars on individual revolutionaries, giving in these circulars more detailed biographical accounts and outlining the activities for which Okhrana action was ordered. The circulars on important revolutionaries were extracted from this compilation for inclusion under separate folders in XVII.
The biographical materials on individual political offenders, published in the weekly rosters from 1907 to 1917 is all reproduced in biographical cards stored under Index Number XIIIf(4)(c). These cards and photographs are in fact a reprint, one individual per card, from the paragraph on the person appearing in the roster.
Folders 3, 17, and 27 contain special rosters issued as circulars on individuals expelled from Russia. Among these are foreign nationals discovered or suspected to be foreign agents.

Access

Available on microfilm reels 290-312
Index XIIId(2), Folder 1

1887-1889

Access

Available on microfilm reel 290

Scope and Contents note

Circulars of the 3rd Branch of the MVD, addressed mostly to guberniia police. The Paris office at this time retained only circulars dealing with revolutionaries abroad or those in contact with émigrés.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 2-3

1891

Access

Available on microfilm reel 290

Scope and Contents note

Includes roster of foreign nationals expelled from Russia and 60 circulars numbered 164-5580.
Index XIIId(2), Folder 4

1892

Access

Available on microfilm reel 291

Scope and Contents note

16 circulars numbered 684-5117.
Index XIIId(2), Folder 5

1893

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Available on microfilm reel 291

Scope and Contents note

48 circulars numbered 357-7454.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 6-8

1894

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Available on microfilm reels 291-292

Scope and Contents note

Includes 92 circulars numbered 162-9344 and a roster of expelled foreign nationals. Circular no. 1800 gives a biographical and political police account of 195 people and a roster of names taken off the watch list.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 9-10

1895

Access

Available on microfilm reel 292

Scope and Contents note

82 circulars numbered from 430-10882.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 11-12

1896

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Available on microfilm reels 292-293

Scope and Contents note

82 circulars numbered from 53-11121.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 13-14

1897

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Available on microfilm reel 293

Scope and Contents note

84 circulars numbered from 524-11384.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 15-17

1898

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Available on microfilm reel 294

Scope and Contents note

Includes roster of foreigners expelled from Russia from 1894-1898.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 18-19

1899

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Available on microfilm reels 294-295

Scope and Contents note

46 circulars numbered from 132-2263.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 20-21

1900

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Available on microfilm reel 295

Scope and Contents note

46 circulars from 43-2862.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 22-23

1901

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Available on microfilm reel 296

Scope and Contents note

41 circulars from 131-4292.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 24-27

1902

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Available on microfilm reels 296-298

Scope and Contents note

66 circulars from 111-8268 and roster of foreigners expelled from Russia.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 28-30

1903

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Available on microfilm reels 298-299
Index XIIId(2), Folders 31-33

1904

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Available on microfilm reels 299-301

Scope and Contents note

38 circulars from 630-14771. Circular no. 5500 includes the police background on Dzhugashvili (Stalin).
Index XIIId(2), Folders 34-36

1905

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Available on microfilm reels 301-302

Scope and Contents note

47 circulars from 132-14994.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 37-40

1906

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Available on microfilm reels 302-303

Scope and Contents note

Includes roster of persons permitted to go abroad instead of being exiled to Siberia.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 41-43

1907

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Available on microfilm reels 303-304

Scope and Contents note

30 rosters. The numbering system for Headquarters biographic cards begins with this volume of circulars, with numbers up to 5152.
Index XIIId(2), Folder 44

1908

Access

Available on microfilm reel 304

Scope and Contents note

14 rosters numbered to 10673.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 45-47

1909

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Available on microfilm reel 305

Scope and Contents note

Includes printed rosters numbered to 16949.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 48-49

1910

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Available on microfilm reel 306

Scope and Contents note

41 rosters with file numbers for biographical cards up to 20332.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 50-52

1911

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Available on microfilm reels 307-308

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards from 20336-22800.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 53-54

1912

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Available on microfilm reels 308-309

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards up to 25537.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 55-56

1913

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Available on microfilm reels 309-310

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards up to 28595.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 57-58

1914

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Available on microfilm reels 310-311

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards up to 32013.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 59-60

1915

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Available on microfilm reels 311-312

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards from 32014-34833.
Index XIIId(2), Folders 61-62

1916-1917

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Available on microfilm reel 312

Scope and Contents note

Rosters with file numbers for biographical cards to 39341.
Box 169

(3) Warnings on dismissed agents

Scope and Contents note

This collection gives some insight into Okhrana practices within Russia with regard to security checking and other counter-intelligence activities for purposes of weeding out or keeping out of the service unreliable agents. These circulars, dated from 1909 to 1916, refer to particular individuals whose services had been proven as unreliable or whose loyalties were subject to questioning. In some cases, no reasons for dismissal are given; in others it is obvious that decisions were made on the basis of investigation.
Only one of these documents is actually a roster of a large number of such dismissed agents. In it a statement is made that the individuals were supplying the service with information but were proven as unreliable or actually provocateurs on behalf of the revolutionaries.

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIId(3), Folder 1

1909

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Available on microfilm reel 312
Index XIIId(3), Folder 2

1910

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Available on microfilm reel 312
Index XIIId(3), Folder 3

1911

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Available on microfilm reel 312
Index XIIId(3), Folder 4

1912

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIId(3), Folder 5

1913

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIId(3), Folder 6

1914

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIId(3), Folder 7

1915-1916

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Boxes 170-173, 173A

e. Journals for incoming and outgoing messages

Scope and Contents note

A journal or log book of incoming and outgoing dispatches was probably kept from the very beginning of the Okhrana service in Paris. The files, however, contain only the journals dating back to the year 1891, one book for the first ten years for each, incoming and outgoing. These entries were nothing more than a record-keeping device and a check upon what messages had been attended to. Some entries give brief statements of the contents or comments concerning replies to communications.

Access

Available on microfilm reels 313-316
 

Incoming messages

Index XIIIe, Folder 1

1891-1901

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIIe, Folder 2

1901-1904

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIIe, Folder 3

1902-1905

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIIe, Folder 4

1905-1907

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Available on microfilm reel 313
Index XIIIe, Folder 5

1908-1909

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Available on microfilm reel 314
Index XIIIe, Folder 6

1910-1911

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Available on microfilm reel 314
Index XIIIe, Folder 7

1912-1915

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Available on microfilm reel 314
Index XIIIe, Folder 8

1916-1917

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Available on microfilm reel 314
 

Outgoing dispatches

Index XIIIe, Folder 9

1891-1902

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Available on microfilm reel 314
Index XIIIe, Folder 10

1901-1904

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Available on microfilm reel 314
Index XIIIe, Folder 11

1902-1904

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 12

1908

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 13

1910-1911

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 14

1912

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 15

1913 January-July

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 16

1913 August-December

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 17

1914

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 18

1914-1915

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Available on microfilm reel 315
Index XIIIe, Folder 19

1915-1916

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Available on microfilm reel 316
Index XIIIe, Folder 20

1916

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Available on microfilm reel 316
Index XIIIe, Folder 21

1917

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Available on microfilm reel 316
Boxes 173, 229-240, 243

f. Index card system

 

(1) Reference card index files on

 

(a) Individuals

 

Main operational index file

Scope and Contents note

Contains about 85,000 cards giving the surname and, in most instances, the given name and patronymic of various individuals. References to incoming, outgoing dispatches, circulars, or other documents are also recorded. In some instances, the cards also give the individual's alias, occupation, party, or subversive affiliation, photograph available, and reference to his residence. Among the entries are references also to spies (working for foreign governments) and to deserters from the Russian services
Contains about 85,000 cards in Russian rearranged in Roman alphabetical order as follows: a, b, c (Russian CH), d, e, f, g, h (Russian KH), i, k, l, m, n, o, p, r, s (includes Russian SH and SHCH), t, u (Russian IA and IU), v, z (includes Russian ZH). Entries for the letters S-T were filmed slightly out of sequence.
Box 230A

Aage-Alekseev

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Box 230A

Alekseev-Apraksin

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Box 230A

"Apsis"-Azef

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Boxes 230A, 230B

Azef-Bariatinskii

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Box 230B

Baryshnikova-Berzin

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Box 230B

Berzin-Bliumenfel'd

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Boxes 230B, 230C

Bliumenfel'd-Boiartsev

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Available on microfilm reel 409
Box 230C

Boiartsev-Budkevich

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Available on microfilm reel 410
Box 230C

Budo-Bzheski

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Available on microfilm reel 411
Box 230C

Chachin-Chistoserdov

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Available on microfilm reel 412
Boxes 230C, 230D

Chistoserdov-Diakonov

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Box 230

Diakova-Dolinda

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Box 230

Dolinda-Eikhman

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Boxes 230D, 230E

Eikhner-Eropkina

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Box 230E

Eropkina-Fetskin

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Box 230E

Fevarot-Frol'kis

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Boxes 230E, 230F

Frol'kis-Garanzhe

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Box 230

Garaveli-German

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Box 230

Germann-"Glebushka"

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Box 230

Glik-Gol'dsmit

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Boxes 230F, 230G

Gol'dsmit-Gotlib

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Box 230G

Gotovitskii-Groisman

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Boxes 230G, 230H

Groisman-Gus'kov

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Box 230H

Guskvarna-Hmelevskii

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Box 230H

Hmurzhinskii-"Iosif"

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Box 230H

"Ios'ka"-Kameneva

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Boxes 230H, 230I

Kamenskii-Kasper'

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Box 230I

Kasperovich-Kissina

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Box 230I

Kist'-Kolarov

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Boxes 230I, 230J

Kolbasa-Kostovich

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Box 230J

Kostovich-Krigs'

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Box 230J

Krikman-Kuznetsov

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Boxes 230J, 230K

Kuznetsov-Lebedev

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Box 230K

Lebedev-Levin

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Box 230K

Levin-Litvak

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Box 230K

Litvak-Liubimov

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Boxes 230K, 230L

Liubimov-"Maksim"

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Box 230L

"Maksim"-Manuil'skii

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Box 230L

Marmork-Meier

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Box 230L

Meier-Minevskii

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Box 230M

Minin-Moldavan

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Box 230M

Moritts-Naumov

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Available on microfilm reel 444
Box 230M

Naumov-Nordshtrem

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Boxes 230M, 230N

Nordshtrem-Orlov

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Box 230N

"Pavel"-Pire

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Available on microfilm reel 447
Boxes 230N, 230O

Pirino-Pototskaia

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Available on microfilm reel 452
Box 230O

Potlazhan-Raevskii

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Available on microfilm reel 448
Box 230O

Radlov-Rembitskii

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Boxes 230O, 230P

Reper'-Rotshtadt

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Box 230P

Rottshtadt-Rudzit'

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Box 230P

Rud'skii-"Sasha"

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Boxes 230P, 230Q

"Sasha"-"Sergei"

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Boxes 230Q, 230R

"Sergei"-Shchegoleva

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Box 230R

Shchegoleva-Shishkin

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Box 230R

Shishkin-Shreider

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Box 230R

Shreider-Siblei

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Box 230R

Siblin-Speranskii

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Boxes 230R, 230S

Spert'-Srvandstian

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Boxes 230R, 230S, 230T

Srvandstian-Tornan'

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Boxes 230R, 230S, 230T

Stoliarchik-Teshko

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Boxes 230R, 230S, 230T

Stoliarchik-Sysoev

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Available on microfilm reel 461
Boxes 230R, 230S, 230T, 230U

Sysoev-Uiarskii

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Available on microfilm reel 462
Boxes 230S

Torn'-Tselen

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Available on microfilm reel 464
Box 230T

"IU"-Iazykov

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Available on microfilm reel 466
Box 230T

"V"-Vasich

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Available on microfilm reel 467
Box 230T

Veber-Vinogradov

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Available on microfilm reel 468
Box 230T

Vinogradov-Voronov

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Available on microfilm reel 469
Boxes 230U, 230V

Voronov-Zarkhi

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Box 230V

Zarin-Zolov

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Available on microfilm reel 471
Box 230V

Zolov-Zhiull'era

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Pre-1907 operational index

Scope and Contents note

An earlier operational index file in French containing about 22,655 cards. This file, first started from French and other Western police records on Russians abroad, gives the names, passport records, residence, affiliations and other data on the target individual and on émigrés of interest to the Okhrana. References to dispatches and agent reports are made only in a few entries.
Box 231A

A-B

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Available on microfilm reel 473
Box 231A

C

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Available on microfilm reel 474
Box 231A

D-E

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Available on microfilm reel 475
Boxes 231A, 231B

F-I

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Available on microfilm reel 476
Box 231B

J-K

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Available on microfilm reel 477
Boxes 231B, 231C

L-M

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Boxes 231B, 231C

K-N

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Available on microfilm reel 481
Box 231C

N-P

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Available on microfilm reel 482
Boxes 231C, 231D

O-S

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Available on microfilm reel 483
Box 231

T-Z

Access

Available on microfilm reel 484
 

Police Department index

Scope and Contents note

Index contains about 7,650 cards, giving names and references to revolutionaries abroad reported on in the Police Department circulars prior to the latter's introduction of biographic cards published by Headquarters. Only the full names and references are given. In Roman alphabetical order.
Box 232A

A-B

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Available on microfilm reel 485
Box 232A

C-I

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Available on microfilm reel 486
Boxes 232A, 232B

K-M

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Available on microfilm reel 487
Box 232B

P-R

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Available on microfilm reel 488
Box 232B

R-S

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Available on microfilm reel 489
Box 232B

S-V

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Available on microfilm reel 490
Box 232B

W-Z

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Available on microfilm reel 491
 

(b) Organizations

Scope and Contents note

Approximately 5,500 operational reference cards giving the names of organizations and publications advocating a revolution in Russia or sympathetic to the revolutionaries. All subversive, Marxist, anarchist, and minority groups are included. The cards reference dispatches, circulars, telegrams and other documents. Organized in Roman alphabetical order.
Box 233A

A-L

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Available on microfilm reel 492
Box 233A

L-R

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Available on microfilm reel 493
Box 233A

R-Z

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Available on microfilm reel 498
 

(2) Biographic card file

Scope and Contents note

These cards were published by Okhrana Headquarters as reprints of the texts contained in the rosters collected under XIIId(2) (available on microfilm reels 290-312). There is one card per subject individual, including a reproduction of the police photograph and profile where available.
The information on the cards follows a standard form, giving the police file number from the roster, full name of the individual, date and place of birth, religion, antecedents, siblings, marital status, and his police record of offenses and punishments. The card also indicates the action to be taken by the Okhrana: arrest, surveillance, etc.
These cards on file are numbered up to 37,000, while the latest rosters of warning lists, from which these cards were reprinted, number above 39,000.
Boxes 229A-229CC

Main index

Access

This portion of the collection was not microfilmed.
 

Asians

Box 229DD

A-B

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Available on microfilm reel 503
Box 229DD

C-H

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Available on microfilm reel 504
Box 229DD, 229EE

I-L

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Available on microfilm reel 505
Box 229EE

M-O

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Available on microfilm reel 506
Box 229EE

O-S

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Available on microfilm reel 507
Box 229FF

T-Z

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Available on microfilm reel 508
Box 229FF

Z

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Available on microfilm reel 509
 

(3) Operational and intelligence topics

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Available on microfilm reels 492-502

Scope and Contents note

Two small files of cards used for reference purposes for mounting operations and preparing intelligence dispatches.
Box 233B

Financial management; targets; codes; operational addresses, etc.

Access

Available on microfilm reel 496
Box 233B

Index cards to Socialist Revolutionary Party activities

Access

Available on microfilm reel 496
Box 233B

Meetings and conferences

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Available on microfilm reels 496-497
Box 233B

Sensitive operational documents on targets

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233B

Operational file on Zhitomirskii

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233B

Deep cover agents

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Available on microfilm reels 494-495, 497
Box 233B

Agentura

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233B

USA - Canada

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233B

Unions

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233C

Illegal use of passports

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Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233C

Photographic operations

Access

Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233C

Surveillance and espionage

Access

Available on microfilm reel 497
Box 233C

Cities and countries

 

(4) Photographs

Access

This portion of the collection was not microfilmed. Digital copies also available at https://digitalcollections.hoover.org. 

Scope and Contents note

A folder of dispatches in this collection (XIIIf(4)) is illustrative of the growing use of photographic documentation in mounting operations and reporting counter-intelligence. Under Index Number Xg are stored the albums of photographs of important revolutionaries for the use of agents and case officers. This collection of photographs may have served similar purposes, but more likely it was a repository used together with all other biographical and reference material as an aid in the preparation of intelligence reports. Doubtlessly also, the photographic materials were organized in some alphabetical or other order. The complete mix-up of all photographs in boxes when the files were received by the Hoover Institution was probably due to the frantic identification searches by the Investigation Commission of 1917, which contributed greatly to the disorder of the files.
The dispatches in this folder relate various transmittals of photographs, requests for them, etc. The first seven boxes of photographs are now organized in alphabetical order (Xlllf(4)(a)). Many individuals in the box of group photographs have also been identified. One box contains some portrait-type pictures of leading revolutionaries.
Included in the collection are three boxes of negatives on glass plates, some still in good condition (Xlllf(4)(b)). Many of these were apparently obtained from various photographic studios in Paris catering to Russian émigrés but under some control by the Okhrana (see Xb).
Also placed with this collection as a matter of sampling is a collection of Russian and German police records with photographs and anthropometric data on a number of individuals (Xlllf(4)(c)).
 

(a) Prints

Downloadable PDF Index of Photographic Prints

  1. Photographic Print Index  
Box 236A

Abachidze, A., 1914

Box 236A

Abrakhamov, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Abrahamoff
Box 236A

Abramov, Mikhail Nikolaevich, 1907-1909

Box 236A

Abramovich, Rakhil', circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Abramovskii, Eduard, 1893

Box 236A

Adamovich, Mikhail Prokhorovich, 1911

Box 236A

Adamskaia, Varvara, 1906

Box 236A

Adler, Friedrich, 1910

Box 236A

"Adol'f," 1910

Scope and Contents note

Also "Solomon"
Box 236A

Afanas'ev, Sergei Ivanovich, 1903

Box 236A

Agafonov, Valerian Konstantinovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Agapov, 1905

Scope and Contents note

Also Sidorenko
Box 236A

Agaronian, Avetis, 1915

Box 236A

Ahrberg, Wilhelmine, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aizenshtadt, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Akinfieva, Ekaterina Dmitrievna, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Ekaterina Nikitina, Liza, Mariia, Mikhailova, and Bessel'
Box 236A

Alad'in, Aleksei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Al'berts, Karl Georgievich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aleinikov, Veniamin Markovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

"Aleksandr," circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aleksandriiskii, Vul'f Leibovich, 1902

Box 236A

Aleksandrov, Aleksei Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aleksandrov, Grigorii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aleksandrov, Ivan Mikhailovich, 1915

Scope and Contents note

Also Jean Alexandroff
Box 236A

Aleksandrov, Petr, 1910

Box 236A

Aleksandrova, Mariia, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Alekseenko, Fedor Nikitich, 1904

Scope and Contents note

Includes photograph of his corpse
Box 236A

Alekseevskii, Ivan Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aleksinskii, Grigorii Aleksievich, 1913

Box 236A

Aleksinskii, Mikhail, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Aliev, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Alperine, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Altschuler, 1917

Box 236A

Amaglobili, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Amaglobeli
Box 236A

Amaglobili, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Ambrozhevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Amfiteatrov, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Alexandre Amphiteatroff
Box 236A

Anan'eva, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Anan'in, Evgenii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Andreev, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Alias Krasov
Box 236A

Andreev, Aleksandr Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Code name: Kudriavyi
Box 236A

Andreev, Andrei Nikiforovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Andreev, Grigorii Vasil'evich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Georges Andreeff
Box 236A

Andrikanis, Nikolai A., circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Andropov, Sergei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Anguez, Paul Edward, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also: Angez, Auguez
Box 236A

Anteyperovitz family, 1917

Box 236A

Anteyperovitz, Ludwig Stanislavovitz, 1917

Scope and Contents note

French card
Box 236A

Antipin, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

"Apollon," 1913

Box 236A

Arbatov, Vladimir, 1911

Box 236A

Arbatova, Nina, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Argunov, Andrei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Arkhangel'skaia, Nadezhda, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Arnev, Aleksandr Iakovlevich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

OVERSIZE - See Box 236P
Box 236A

Aropovsky, Michel, 1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Mikhail Aropovskii
Box 236A

Ashkinazi, Shlema Shmulevich, 1912

Box 236A

Auerbakh, Vladimir, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Alias Averbakh, Victor Teodoroff
Box 236A

Averkieva, Vera Aleksandrovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Avksent'ev, Nikolai Dmitrievich, 1914

Scope and Contents note

Includes photograph with his daughter Aleksandra Nikolaevna Pregel'' (nee Avksent''eva)
Box 236A

Azvolinskii, Viktor, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Babich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Babin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Badulin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bagdassarian, Tigran, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bagrianovskii, Kornelii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bakai, Mikhail, 1900?

Box 236A

Bakalov, Georgii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bakiera, Franciszeck, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bakradze, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Photograph of Bakradze with Anna Frelich
Box 236A

Bakunin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bakunin, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Bakunin, Charles, 1915?

Scope and Contents note

Also Bakounine
Box 236A

Balamez, Gavriil Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Ballagina, Alexandra, 1914?

Box 236A

Ballagina, Olga, 1917

Box 236A

Baranov, 1894

Box 236A

Bariatinskii, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Erofeev, d''Ostrovsky, agent "Falstaff"
Box 236A

Barilio, Andrea di, circa 1883-1917

Box 236A

Barnoff, Fedor, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also William Scott, Charles Todd, Barnov
Box 236A

Bartenev, Ivan Vasilievich, 1913

Box 236B

Bartol'd, Boris Vladimirovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Barthold and Lydoff
Box 236B

Barykov, Sergei Ivanov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Basovskii, Iosif Borisovich, 1902

Box 236B

Basta[?], Pavle, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bastrytscheff, Pierre, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bauman, Nikolai Ernestovich, 1902

Scope and Contents note

Also Nicholas Bauman
Box 236B

Beck, Georg, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Begenev, Anton, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Beilin, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Al''bin
Box 236B

Belenkina, Adel', circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belenkina, Lida, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belevich-Stankevich, Boleslav Aleksandrovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belousov, Ivan, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belov, Nikolai, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belov, Nikolai, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belov, Nikolai Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belovitskii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belrekii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Belyi, Ivan, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bendeliani, David Gavriulovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Berdichevskii, 1890

Box 236B

Berezin, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Azvolinskii?
Box 236B

Berezin, Viktor Aleksandrovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Bakulin
Box 236B

Bergman, Rudolf, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Berlin, Borukh Zel'man, 1900

Box 236B

Berman, Anna Leibovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bernatskii, Vatslav, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Wácław Kóstek-Biernácki
Box 236B

Bernson, Bertha, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bernstein, Sarah-Ruhel, 1917

Box 236B

Bertson, Arman, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Henri Gerard, Genri Zherard
Box 236B

Bessel', Aleksei Pavlovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Vinogradov
Box 236B

Bessel', Mariia Mikhailovna, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also "Liza"
Box 236B

Beziuk, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Alias Zhuravlev
Box 236B

Beziuk, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bichachi, Shaima Iakov, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also: Bishashi, Bikhakh, Bychachy
Box 236B

Bida, Timotheus Pawloff, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Biegoun, Eugenie, 1917

Box 236B

Biegoun, Maria, 1917

Box 236B

Bilit, Boris Grigor'evich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Bontsion Gershevich
Box 236B

Biode, Genrikh, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bishentrop, Ian, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Jan Bichantropp
Box 236B

Bisk, Isaak Solomonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bizura, Rubin Abramovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also known as "Robert"
Box 236B

Bliumenfel'd, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bliumenfel'd, Iosif Solomonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bobrov, circa 1883-1917

Availability

Use copy available. Hoover Identifier 26001.XIIIF.236B.0127

Scope and Contents note

Negatives
Box 236B

Bobrovskii, Aleksandr Semenovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bochkarev, Ivan Petrov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Boev, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bogdanov, Ivan Grigor'evich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Bogdanoff
Box 236B

Bogin', circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bogomolov, Valerian, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bogoslanits, Mikhail, 1912

Scope and Contents note

Also Michel Bohoslaniz
Box 236B

Boikov, M., circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bokhanovskii, I., 1903

Box 236B

Bonishko, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Borisiuk, Avraam, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Maksim Litvinov, Vallakh
Box 236B

Borisov, Sergei Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Borneman, Vladimir Andreevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Boroda, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Boroda, Sergei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Botniker, Vera, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Brauch, Michel-Joseph, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Morris Braun
Box 236B

Bregman, Iosif, 1911

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographs with Mariia Bruskina
Box 236B

Breitfus, Andrei-Genrikh-Eduard, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Breshko-Breshkovskaia, Ekaterina Konstantinovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Brilitskii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Brodskaia, Sof'ia (Shifra), circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bromberg, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

1890
Box 236B

Bronner, Vol'f Moiseevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bronshtein, Boris, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bronshtein, Leiba Davidovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Leon Trotsky
Box 236B

Brontman, Evsei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Brown, Victor, 1912

Scope and Contents note

Also Viktor Broun, "Iurii"
Box 236B

Bruskina, Mariia, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bukharin, Nikolai Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Bulgakov, Georgii Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Burachevskaia, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Born Petkevich-Stanislava
Box 236B

Burachevskii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Burghard, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Burkat, Anton, circa 1883-1917

Box 236B

Burtsev, Vladimir L'vovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Butkovskii, David Nakhmanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Bykov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Bykov, Aleksei, 1911

Box 236C

Cafozzi or Capozzi, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chabattini, Artur, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chachava, Noi Slonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chaikowski, Alexander, 1917

Box 236C

Chemeriskii, Shlema Ikhilevich, 1912

Box 236C

Chenykaev, Vladimir, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Cherepov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Cherepov, Aleksei Mikhailov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Cherkinskii, Morduk Mendelevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chernavskii, Mikhail Mikhailovich, 1910

Scope and Contents note

Also Michel Tchernawsky, code name "Kozel"
Box 236C

Cherniak, Iakov, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

OVERSIZE - See BOX 236P
Box 236C

Cherniavskaia, Galina, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chernitsyn, Ivan, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also "Konstantin"
Box 236C

Chernov, Mikhail, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Miguel Schernov
Box 236C

Chernov, Viktor Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chernova, Ol'ga, 1913

Scope and Contents note

Also Olga Tchernoff
Box 236C

Chernyshevskii, N. G., circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chininov, Konstantin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chizhikov, Berka Vul'fov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Chkhenkeliia, Nikolai Dmitrievich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Chkhenkeli
Box 236C

Chomski, Moris Israel, 1917

Box 236C

Chumaevskii, Aleksei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Cocish, Serbe, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Cohen, Mark, 1917

Box 236C

Czartoyski, Adam, 1917

Box 236C

D[?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dakkar, Auguste, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Damaskin, [Pietre?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Damian', Emil, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Danilova, Elizaveta, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Darushicheva, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Prokof''eva
Box 236C

Dashinskii, F., circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dashkevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Davidenko, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Davrishev, 1908

Scope and Contents note

Davricheff, Joseph
Box 236C

Davydov, Mikhail Aleksandrovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Deb[...?], Charles, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Debagorii-Mokrievich, Vladimir, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Debogorii
Box 236C

Deich, Lev Grigor'evich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dembeski, Alexandre, 1893

Box 236C

Dembskii, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Demus, Lily Margarita (nee Libau), circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Denenbaum, 1910

Box 236C

Deriabina, Serafima Ivanovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Deshina, Zinaida, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dialektov, Valerian, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Diamontov, Valerian, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Divnogorskii, Nikolai Valerianovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Vasilii Vlasov
Box 236C

Dlougatch, Isaac, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dmitrenko, Vsevolod Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobkewitch, Cajetan, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobkin, Meer Khaimovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobrazhinskii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobroliubov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobrovol'skii, A., circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dobrovolsky, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Petroff
Box 236C

Dolgenko, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Man
Box 236C

Dolgenko, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Woman
Box 236C

Dolgoneruk?, Antoni, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dolgopol'skii, Iosif Faivish Mendelevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dolzhenko, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dombrowski, Adam, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Adam Dombrovskii
Box 236C

Dormidontov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dorogobed, Aleksei, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Dorogobid
Box 236C

Dribin, Rafail, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dronov, Pavel Makarovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dubuzharskii, 1908

Scope and Contents note

Douboujarsky
Box 236C

Dukin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dutchak, Andrei, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Duvan, Anna Moiseevna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Duvan, Iakov Shebotaev, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dykler, Shloima Mosesovitch, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dzerven, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Dserwen
Box 236C

Dzerzhinskii, Feliks Edmundovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dzhamgarova, Nvarda, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Ioannis''ian
Box 236C

Dzhaparidze, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dzhibladze, Silvestr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Dzis'ko, Mikhail Timof'evich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Efron, Paul, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Efroussi, Sophie, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Ephrussi
Box 236C

Egorov, Ivan Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Egorov, Petr Semenovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Eisenman, Jacob, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Ekimova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Elizarova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Emel'ianchenko, Ivan Iakovlevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Endrzheevskii, Boleslav, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Endrzheevskii, Vasilii Antonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Engel'man, Otto, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Epshtein, [Zakhar?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Eremeev, Ivan Maksimovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Erkoimashvili, Mikhail, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Ermolenko, Anna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Ermol'nikov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Eroguine, Zinaide, 1890

Box 236C

Eropkina, Matrena, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Er'zia, Stepan Dmitrievich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Evzerov, Moses, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Ewentow, Salman-Abram, circa 1883-1917

Box 236C

Ezerskaia, Fania, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fabrikant, Iakov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fabrikant, Vul'f Osipovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Vladimir. Code name Dal''nyi
Box 236D

Fabrikantova, Iuliia, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Faiman, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fain, Zalman [Nokhimovich?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fainman, Anna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorov, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorov, Osip, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorov, Petr Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorov, Vasilii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorova, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

OVERSIZE - See BOX 236P
Box 236D

Fedorova, Mariia Andreeva, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedorova-Chernova, Ol'ga Elis'eva, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Wife of Viktor Chernov
Box 236D

Fedorova-Zabrezhneva, Nadezhda, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fedulov, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Fedouloff
Box 236D

Fedulov, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Feit, Anton, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Felberg, Elias, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Feldmann, Wladimir, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fenigstein, Abraham Wolf, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

1916 or 1917
Box 236D

Fetiskin, Vasilii Grigor'ev, 1907

Box 236D

Figner, Vera, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Filipchenko, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Filipchenko, Iurii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Filippeo, Maksim, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Filippovich, Titus Anton Kazimirovich, 1896

Box 236D

Filitz, David, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

1916 or 1917
Box 236D

Firsova, Nadezhda, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fishman, Vil'iamin Moiseevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Flotova, Khil'da, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fogel'man, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fomichev, Nikolai, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Bakhrushinskii
Box 236D

Fradis, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Frankfurt, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Code name: Znakomyi
Box 236D

Freilikh, Pavel Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

OVERSIZE - See BOX 236P
Box 236D

Frenkel, Beniamin Shliamovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Friauf, [Nikolai?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fridberg, Boris Nikolaevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fridmann, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Friedmann, Iankel Leib, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Fudel', Pavel, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Dolzhenko
Box 236D

Fuks, Lev, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Fuchs
Box 236D

Furer, Aron, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Furer, Aron-Shmul, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gabuniia, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gadev, 1908

Box 236D

Galkin, Semen Pavlovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gal'perin, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Wife of Gal''perin
Box 236D

Gal'perin, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Sister of Gal''perin
Box 236D

Gal'perin, Lev Khaimovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Lev Efimovich
Box 236D

Gal'peron, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gal'tseva, Liubov' Efimovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gamsaxurdia, Konstantine, 1916/1917?

Scope and Contents note

Also Konstantin Semenovich Gamsakhurdia
Box 236D

Ganelina, Sofiia Solomonova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Ganenko, Emel'ian Petrovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gapon, Georgii Apollonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Garmidor, Moisei Efraimovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Baranov
Box 236D

Garness or Garnes, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gasko, Rebekka, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gasparinotto, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gavronskii, Meer Osherovich, 1907

Box 236D

Gavrushin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gel'bart, Vul'f, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gel'fand, Khaim Shimonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gel'ms, Vil'gel'mina, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gentsel', Ivan Ivanovich, 1902

Scope and Contents note

Also Giovanni Hentsel
Box 236D

Gerber, Tsal' Nuselovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gershuni, Grigorii Andreevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gervasii, Anna Pavlovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gibal'skii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Ginbin, Petr Borisovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Ginsberg, Iokhem Tiudelevich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Johem Tudelewitz
Box 236D

Gintsburg, Mariia, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Ginzburg, Iakov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Girshovich, Abram Leibovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gladkikh, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Glikin, Shlema, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gogeliia, [Georgii?], 1914

Scope and Contents note

Also Goguelia, Gogelia, Orgeiani
Box 236D

Gold, Ginia, 1916/1917

Box 236D

Goldberg, Joseph Meyerovich, 1917

Box 236D

Gol'dberg, Vladislav, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gol'dendakh, David, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also David Borisovich Riazanov
Box 236D

Gol'denfarb, 1908

Box 236D

Gol'denfarb, Leon, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gol'dfarb, Tevel' Mordkovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Shub
Box 236D

Gol'dman, Boris Isaakov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gol'dman, Mikhail, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gol'dshtein, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gol'dshtein, Elena, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Helene Goldstein
Box 236D

Gol'dshtein, M[?], circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Goluboglazov, Mikhail, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Goluboglasov
Box 236D

Goncharenko, Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gorbunov, Anton, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gordin, Iakov Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Goriaev, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Includes photograph of an airplane
Box 236D

Gorizontova, Aleskandr Fedorova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gorky, Lidia, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Lydia Andreeff
Box 236D

Gorodetskii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gorovits, Vera Isaeva, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gorpinenko, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gots, Mikhail Rafailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236D

Gots, Vera, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Goubermann, Simhe Abram, 1916/1917

Box 236E

Gouxhman, Herson, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Govorov'in, S., circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grabenko, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grabor, Joseph, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gramatikov, Aleksandr Nikolaevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gredinger, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grekov, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

See also Zafiridi
Box 236E

Gribin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gridenger, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grigor'eva, Natal'ia Aleksandrovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grinberg, David, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grinberg, Joseph, circa 1916-1917

Box 236E

Grinster, Iakov-Iosif Moiseevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grishin, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grishin, Lavrentii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gromova, K., circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grosser, Bronislav, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Grozdov, Valentin Alekseevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gruzdeva, Kseniia, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Guerin, Henri Leon, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gurevich, ?, 1908

Box 236E

Gurevich, Chevel Hirsh, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gurevich, Emmanuil, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gurfinkel, Samuel, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gurskii, Marian Grigor'evich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gusev, Petr Ivanov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gussar, Serge, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Gvatua, Avksentii Dmitrievich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Hansman, Rudolf, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Hartmann, Joseph, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Hentzel, Giovanni (Ivan), circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

1902
Box 236E

Hirschving, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iagolkovskii, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Cyprien Philippe Jagolkowski
Box 236E

Iakovenko, Boris Valentinovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iakovlev, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Zharikov
Box 236E

Iakovlev, Ivan Ivanovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iakovlev, Vasilii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iakovlevich, Grigorii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iakubovich, Ivan-Ignatii, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Ialovetskii, Vladimir Antonovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iampol'skaia, Frida, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Frieda Jampolska
Box 236E

Iamshchikov, Gavriil Grigor'evich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Ianson, Ianis, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Janis Jansons-Brauns
Box 236E

Ianulaitis, Avgustin, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Augustinas Janulaitis
Box 236E

Iastrebov, Aleksandr Aleksandr, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Il'in, Mikhail Andreev, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Il'ina, Ekaterina Aleksandrovna, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Inguildeyeff, Hassaiyen, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Inguildeyeff, Ismyatula?, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iofe, Adol'f Abramov, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Ioffe, V., circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iogikhes, Lev Shmuilovich (Samuilovich), circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Leo Jogiches, Otto Karlov Engelman, Tyszka
Box 236E

Iozefson, Sara (Sofiia), circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Isaak, Avraam, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Isuv, Iosif Andreevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Itkina, Frada Girsheva, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

"Iudessa," circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Anna
Box 236E

Iudilevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iudilevskii, Iankel, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also Iakov
Box 236E

Iungerov, Lev Vasil'evich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Iurgens, 1908

Scope and Contents note

Also Jurgens
Box 236E

Ivanitskaia, Mariia Petrova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Ivanov, Aleksandr Mikhailovich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Izbitskii, M. Iosif, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Jankowski, Alexandre, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Jankowski, Georges, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Jedrzejowski, Boleslas Antoine, 1893

Box 236E

Kabanov, Anton Sergeevich, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Kabireff, Marie, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Mariia Kabireva
Box 236E

Kachetkova, circa 1883-1917

Box 236E

Kadariia, Chachu Khakhaevich, circa 1883-1917

Scope and Contents note

Also "Saprom"