The collection consists of speeches and writings, correspondence, radio scripts, identification documents, biographical data,
printed matter, sound recordings, and photographs, relating to the settlement of displaced persons at the end of World War
II, Russian émigré affairs, communism and conditions in the Soviet Union, and activities of the Narodno-Trudovoi Soiuz and
other anti-communist organizations.
Constantin Boldyreff (1910-1995) was born in Gatchina, not far from St. Petersburg. After the Russian revolution in 1917,
he emigrated with his mother to China and then Yugoslavia, where he studied at the Russian Cadet School in Sarajevo. In 1935,
he graduated from the University of Belgrade with a degree in engineering and worked for British and American mining companies
29 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(12 linear feet)
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