Inventory of the I͡Uriĭ Il'ich Lodyzhenskiĭ papers

Finding aid prepared by Anatol Shmelev
Hoover Institution Archives
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Title: I͡Uriĭ Il'ich Lodyzhenskiĭ papers
Date (inclusive): 1921-1968
Collection Number: 75072
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Archives
Language of Material: French and Russian
Physical Description: 1 manuscript box, 3 microfilm reels (0.7 linear feet)
Abstract: Memoirs, other writings, bulletins, reports, and printed matter relating to medical practice in Russia during World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, efforts to resettle White Russian veterans and refugees after the war, and activities of the International Anticommunist Entente.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Archives
Creator: Lodyzhenskiĭ, I͡Uriĭ Ilʹich.

Location of Original Materials

In part, originals in Museum of Russian Culture, San Francisco.

Access

Collection is open for research.
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Publication Rights

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], I͡Uriĭ Il'ich Lodyzhenskiĭ papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1975.

Accruals

Materials may have been added to the collection since this finding aid was prepared. To determine if this has occurred, find the collection in Stanford University's online catalog at http://searchworks.stanford.edu/ . Materials have been added to the collection if the number of boxes listed in the catalog is larger than the number of boxes listed in this finding aid.

Biographical Note

1888 Born, Zubtsovskii uezd, Tverskaia guberniia, Russia
1912-1914 Doctor, St. Petersburg Orthopedic Institute
1914-1915 Chief medical officer, Caucasian Cavalry Division
1915-1917 Medical and surgical director of the Red Cross hospital of Grand Duke Michael (Southwestern front)
1917-1919 Medical and surgical director for the Red Cross Hospital in Kiev
1918-1919 President of the International Committee to Aid Victims of the Civil War, Kiev
1919-1920 Member of the Provisional Board of the Russian Red Cross and General Secretary of the Committee to Aid Victims of the Civil War
1920 Head of a special mission to the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, Switzerland
  Medical director of the Russian Red Cross hospital attached to the Russian Embassy in Constantinople, Turkey
1920-1923 Delegate of the Russian Red Cross (old organization) to the International Committee of the Red Cross in Geneva, Switzerland

Scope and Content of Collection

Memoirs, other writings, bulletins, reports, and printed matter relating to medical practice in Russia during World War I, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, efforts to resettle White Russian veterans and refugees after the war, and activities of the International Anticommunist Entente.

Scope and Content of Microfilm Portion of Collection

The materials in the microfilm portion of the collection (originals in Museum of Russian Culture, San Francisco) relate mainly to the activities of the director of the Geneva office of the Russian Red Cross (Rossīĭskoe obshchestvo Krasnago kresta), I͡Uriĭ Il'ich Lodyzhenskiĭ papers, in the resettlement of Russian refugees and troops of General P. N. Vrangel's Russian army in the Balkans, 1921-1923.
Also of interest is the file on the defense of Konradi and Polunin, on trial for the assassination of the Soviet ambassador to Switzerland, V. V. Vorovskii, 1923.
Detailed processing and preservation microfilming for these materials were made possible by a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities and by matching funds from the Hoover Institution and Museum of Russian Culture. The grant also provides depositing a microfilm copy in the Hoover Institution Archives. The original materials and copyright to them (with some exceptions) are the property of the Museum of Russian Culture, San Francisco. A transfer table indicating corresponding box and reel numbers is available at the Hoover Institution Archives.
The Hoover Institution assumes all responsibility for notifying users that they must comply with the copyright law of the United States (Title 17 United States Code) and Hoover Rules for the Use and Reproduction of Archival Materials.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

World War, 1914-1918--Medical care.
World War, 1914-1918--Russia.
International Anticommunist Entente.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921--Refugees.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921--Veterans.
Refugees.
Rossīĭskoe obshchestvo Krasnago kresta.
Anti-communist movements.

 

"Face au communisme," typescript

Box/Folder 1 : 1

Volume I

Scope and Contents note

Includes two photographic prints attached to first page.
Box/Folder 1 : 2

Volume II

 

"Une carrière médicale mouvementée," photocopy

Box/Folder 1 : 3

I partie

Box/Folder 1 : 4

II partie

Box/Folder 1 : 5

"L'œeil qui s'ouvre" (typescript), "L'entrée à l'académie militaire de médicine marque le début d'un nouveau chapitre" (typescript), and "Sur la voie de l'unité chrétienne" (photocopy)

Box/Folder 1 : 6

"Theodore Aubert d'après des souvenirs personnels," photocopy

Reel 1

Speech, 1952 March 1

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 1
Untitled speech on Grand Duke Kirill Vladimirovich, São Paolo, typescript.
 

Writings By Others, [1925]-1949

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by author.
Reel 1

Artsybashev, M., "Zapiski pisatelia," Za svobodu, printed copy, [1925]

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 2
Reel 1

Poliakov, N., "Psalmy," holograph, 1944

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 3
Includes author's correspondence with Lodyzhenskii and S. Orloff.
Reel 1

S., A., "Die Deutschen in Nordkaukasien (1942-1943)," typescript, undated

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 4
Reel 1

Sloskans, Boleslas, "Ma vie de deporte en U.R.S.S.," typescript, 1949 December 14

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 5
 

Subject File, 1921-[1925]

Scope and Contents note

Materials relating to Russian Red Cross activities abroad and assassination of Soviet diplomat V. V. Vorovskii, arranged alphabetically by subject.
 

Rossīĭskoe obshchestvo Krasnago kresta

 

Refugees--Soviet Union

 

Office files of the representative of the Russian Red Cross in Geneva relating to resettlement of Russian refugees, mainly in the Balkans

Reel 1

1921

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 6
Reel 1

1922 January-September

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 7
Reel 1

1922 October-December

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 8
Reel 2

1922 December - 1923 April

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 1 : 9
Reel 2

Miscellany. Brochures relating to settlement of Russian refugees, 1921-1922

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 2 : 1
Reel 2

Miscellany. Charter, bulletins, reports and other printed matter relating to the functioning of the Russian Red Cross abroad, 1921-[1925]

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 2 : 2-5
Reel 3

Vorovskii, Vatslav Vatslavovich--Assassination, 1923

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 3 : 1-2
Relates to the trial of Maurice Conradi and Arkadii Polunin in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Reel 3

Printed Matter, 1922-1939

Scope and Contents note

Museum of Russian Culture Box/Folder 3 : 3
Includes brochure on famine in Russia (1922), six issues of Rénovation russe (1938-1939), and other materials.