Writings, notes, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs relating to political conditions in Russia, elections in
1989, privatization of state property, and administration of Saint Petersburg.
A Russian political activist, Aleksandr Patiev was deeply involved in Leningrad politics during the Perestroika period, serving
as Leningrad/Saint Petersburg municipal councillor from 1990 to 1993. After his retirement from the Municipal Soviet in 1993,
he was an advisor to deputies Natalia Evdokimova of the St. Petersburg municipal assembly and Sergei Mironov, the head of
the "Spravedlivaia Rossiia" political party.
11 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(5.4 linear feet)
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