Correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian agricultural cooperative movement
and to the theory of economic cooperation. Includes papers of Nataliia V. Emel'ianova, chemist and wife of I. V. Emel'ianov.
A prominent specialist in the field of cooperative economic theory, I. V. Emel'ianov was born at Uspenskii zavod, Tobol'skaia
guberniia, on 1 November 1880 (O. S.). In 1900, he graduated from Tobol'sk seminary, but decided to continue his education
in the field of agronomy. In 1907 he graduated from Kiev Polytechnic Institute with a degree in that subject, proceeding to
work as an agronomist for local zemstvo organizations. From 1910 to 1912 he served as agricultural agent for the Ekaterinoslavskoe
zemstvo in the United States. Following his return to Russia, most of his career was spent in various capacities in the Khar'kov
region, where he worked closely with cooperative organizations.
14 microfilm reels
(2.1 linear feet)
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