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Preliminary Inventory of the Hugh Anderson Moran Papers, 1916-1933
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Box 1-2

Russia - General


David R. Francis letters


Crown Princess of Sweden letters (3)




Vladivostok letters, 1918


Personal Business


New York Office


Russia - Current notes (some of them as late as 1946)


Ukraine - Letters, articles, pamphlets


George Stewart letters and miscellany regarding the material for The White Armies of Russia


Vae Victis - The Russian Emigré (cf. last chapter of The White Armies of Russia)


[Extracts from Loukomisky Memoirs?]


Translations, propaganda money, Zinovieff proclamation, Koltchak proclamation, etc.




Photographs, pictures, relating to the White Russian Wars: Bolsheviks, American engineers in Russia, Siberian Railroad, Czechoslovaks in Russia, etc.


Photographs of various and sundry, especially White Russian Generals, and others




Posters, proclamations, etc. (in Russian)


Letters, 1916-1918: Vladivostok, Irkutsk, Chita, Petrograd, Ekaterinburg, Seoul, Yokohama


Table of events of general importance, 1917-1922, divided for Archangelsk and Murmansk, the Baltics, Siberia: Kolchak, Chechoslovakia, Poland and Southern Russia (3 copies)


Envelope of Russian money


Colonel Ward's report on the coup d'etat; letters 1-5, 1918 November 19-December 2 (Appendix 1)


Colonel Ward's correspondence with Admiral Kolchak on labor donditions, 1919 February 4-5 (Appendix 2)


Documents referring to the Railway Agreement (Appendix 3)


"Note sur l'armée soviétique en Sibérie" (Appendix 4)


Note from the Supreme Council to Admiral Kolchak, 1919 May 26 (Appendix 5)


Document obtained by Mr. Ackerman from Czecho-Slovak National Council, submitted to his allies at the time (Appendix A)


The Soviet version of the Cheliabinsk affair, 1918 May 18 (Appendix B)


Personal narrative by a Czech soldier of the affair at Penza, 1918 May 16 (Appendix C)


Pamphlets, periodicals, and extracts from magazines, including


The Estonian Review, London, Vol. I, No. I., 1919


Estonian Naval Staff Bulletin, Reval


No. 3, 1919 August 5


No. 7, 1919 August 14


Estonian Review, Tallinn (Reval)


No. 1, 1919 August 5


No. 14, 1919 November 2


No. 15, 1919 November 10


No. 16, 1919 November 19