Correspondence, speeches, writings, notes, reports, declarations, and printed matter, relating to the Russian Revolution and
Civil War in the Siberian Far East, activities of anti-Bolshevik forces in Siberia, Japanese intervention, and the history,
culture and legal systems of Russia and the Soviet Union.
George C. Guins is best known to historians as the administrative secretary (upravliaiushchii delami) of the Siberian (later
All-Russian) anti-Bolshevik government at Omsk. Privy to governmental decisions in this capacity as well as in concurrent
service as deputy minister for education and foreign affairs, he described the workings of the government and the anti-Bolshevik
campaign in Siberia, 1918-1920, in his published memoir, Sibir', soiuzniki i Kolchak (Peking, 1921).
2 manuscript boxes, 1 envelope, 9 microfilm reels
(2.2 linear feet)
For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Archives.
Collection open for research.