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Personal papers 1977-2003

box 1, folder 1-4

Biographical file 1977-2003

Scope and Contents

Investigative trial materials; documents and holograph notes relating to Yarim-Agaev's work research, firing from job with subsequent fight for employment reinstatement; KGB interrogations; invitations to congresses and conferences and job offers. Includes notes taken by Yarim-Agaev at Yuri Orlov's court trial.
box 1, folder 5-7

Correspondence 1980-1993

Scope and Contents

Personal letters from K. Liubarskiĭ, Vl. Bukovskiĭ, P. Reddaway, Petr and Zinaida Grigorenko, N. Shcharansky, Robert van Voren, Ed Kline, V. Bakhmin, A. Podrabinek, and others, mostly relating to assistance to dissidents and their families in the Soviet Union. Includes third party letters.
box 1, folder 8

Printed matter 1980-1983

Scope and Contents

Flyers, posters, clippings, and other materials relating to Y. Yarim-Agaev.
 

Human rights activities before emigration

box 1, folder 9-10

Trips to dissidents in exile 1978-1979

Scope and Contents

Map of Yuri's trip and his notes relating to the trip; files of exiled dissidents Iosif Begun, Viacheslav Chornovil, Nikolai Iurchuk, Vasiliĭ Lisovoĭ, Alksandr Podrabinek,Vladimir Slepak, and Evgen Sverstiuk; and photographs. Each personal file describes exile location, ways of communication with family and friends, availability of cultural, political, and scholarly information, job and everyday life situation.
box 1, folder 11-12

Human rights violation in the USSR monitoring and defense 1976-1980, undated

Scope and Contents

Appeals, complaints and other legal documents filed by dissidents or on their behalf. Includes correspondence
box 2, folder 1-3

Human rights violation in the USSR monitoring and defense 1970-1980

Scope and Contents

Documents relating to violation of religion freedom, travel, and emigration; political prisoners and tortures in places of confinement, with related Soviet legal documents, instructions and directives. Also includes documents from the Scientists for Sakharov, Orlov, and Shcharansky group.
box 2, folder 4-5

Scientific institutions and scientists 1970-1981

Scope and Contents

Restrictive instructions and directives by the USSR Academy of Science; appeals and complaints; and open letters in defense of prosecuted Soviet scholars
box 2, folder 6-10

Soviet-US Scientists 1980-1981

Scope and Contents

Documents from Soviet аrchives; foreign scholars statements; Yarim-Agaev's drafts and notes (holograph), and clippings.
box 2, folder 11

Use of psychiatry for political purpose. General 1978-1985

box 2, folder 12

Рабочая комиссия по расследованию использования психиатрии в политических целях 1978

Scope and Contents

Информационный бюлетень Nos. 6, 12, 13
box 3, folder 1-3

Рабочая комиссия по расследованию использования психиатрии в политических целях 1979-1980

Scope and Contents

Информационный бюлетень nos 14-18; no.20
box 3, folder 4

List of prisoners in psychiatric hospitals circa 1970

box 3, folder 5

RFE/RL reports on psychiatric abuse in the SU 1977-1978

box 3, folder 6-8

Московская группа содействия выполнению Хельсинских соглашений 1976-1982

Scope and Contents

Essay on foundation of the Moscow Helsinki group, reports of Helsinki accord monitors in the Soviet Union, essay on the 30 years of Human Rights Declaration, and monitoring documents issued by the group.
 

Human rights activities after emigration 1980-2007

 

Human rights violation watch and defense 1972-2007

 

Emigration 1978-1990

box 4, folder 1

General 1987

box 4, folder 2-3

Soviet Jews 1978-1990

box 4, folder 4

Freedom of travel and publications 1987-1988

box 4, folder 5-6

Prisoners' abuse 1983-1990

Scope and Contents

Includes documents relating to abuse of political prisoners
 

Religion 1983-1990

box 4, folder 7-10

General 1985-1989

box 5, folder 1

General 1983-1990

box 5, folder 2-7

Churches of various denominations 1980-1990

Scope and Contents

Documents relating to rights violation of Adventists, Baptists, Jehovah Witnesses, Moslems, Pentecostals, and Russian Orthodox Christians
box 5, folder 8

Prosecution of believers 1985-1990

box 5, folder 9

Религиозно-философское общество "Открытое христианство" 1990

box 5, folder 10

Religion in Communist Dominated Area (RCDA) 1985-1988

box 5, folder 11

News from the USSR 1986-1989

Scope and Contents

News from the USSR related to religious rights violation received by Keston College and other human rights organizations.
box 6, folder 1-8

Science and Scientists 1981-1990

Scope and Contents

Includes information on prosecuted scholars, their personal information, card catalog, and printed matter
box 6, folder 9-11

Use of Psychiatry for Political Purposes 1978, 1983-1990

Scope and Contents

Documents on psychiatric abuse in the USSR issued by the American Psychiatric Association and Amnesty International
box 7, folder 1-4

Use of Psychiatry for Political Purposes 1982-1989

Scope and Contents

Documents on psychiatric abuse in the USSR by international organizations: Helsinki Watch reports of the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe and International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry. Includes clippings and printed matter
 

Human rights violation in republics 1975-1991

box 7, folder 5

Baltic republics 1981-1986

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence and newsletters
box 7, folder 6-10

Crimean Tatars 1977-1991

Scope and Contents

Legal acts from Soviet archives, materials of The Crimean Tatar Case colloquium, appeals, resolutions, correspondence, clippings, etc.
box 7, folder 11

Ukraine 1975-1986

Scope and Contents

Mostly printed matter
 

Individuals 1972-2007

Scope and Contents

Documents collected by Yuri Yarim-Agaev and the Center for Democracy relating to violation of human rights of individuals: dissidents, religious people, those denied their rights to leave the country, and people held in prisons and mental hospitals for political reason. Ukrainian names transliterated according to the LC transliteration rules. Latvian, Lithuanian and Estonian names are presented in Romanized form only.
box 8, folder 1

Абязев Решат (Abiazev, Reshat) 1984-1988

Scope and Contents

Clippings
box 8, folder 1

Абрамкин Валерий (Abramkin, Valeriĭ) 1985-1986

box 8, folder 1

Абрамович Павел (Abramovich, Pavel) 1983-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes biography of Abramovich, affidavit by his cousin M. Bondarenko, and protest filed by his attorney.
box 8, folder 1

Abrutene, Edita 1987

box 8, folder 1

Абуладзе Гочи (Abuladze, Gochi) 1987-1988

box 8, folder 1

Ahonen, Heiki 1985-1988

box 8, folder 2

Айрикян Паруйр (Aĭrikian, Paruĭr) 1977, 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Includes materials on Aĭrikian's arrest and trial, protest letters, appeals, leaflets, and clippings.
box 8, folder 2

Айзенберг Евгений (Aĭzenberg, Evgeniĭ) 1985

box 8, folder 2

Ахметов Низаметдин (Akhmetov, Nizametdin) 1976-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes materials about Akhmetov's case, appeals, protest letters, and his poetry.
box 8, folder 2

Аксюшиц Виктор (Aksiushits, Viktor) 1988

box 8, folder 2

Актёров, Павел (Aktiorov, Pavel) 1985

box 8, folder 3

Альбрехт Владимир (Al'brekht, Vladimir) 1983-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes reference materials and publications about Al'brekht in the press and letters
box 8, folder 3

Алгимантас Андрейка (Algimantas, Andreĭka) 1980

box 8, folder 3

Алифанов Олег (Alifanov, Oleg) 1985-1987

box 8, folder 3

Альтшуллер Борис (Al'tshuller, Boris) 1982-1986

box 8, folder 3

Алтунян Генрих (Altunian, Genrikh) 1985-1987

box 8, folder 3

Амальрик, Андрей (Amal'rik, Andreĭ) 1984-1987

box 8, folder 3

Андреев Иван (Andreev, Ivan) 1987

box 8, folder 3

Андреев Мирослав (Andreev, Miroslav) undated

box 8, folder 3

Антонов Иван (Antonov, Ivan) 1988

box 8, folder 3

Антонов-Овсееенко Антон (Antonov-Ovseenko, Anton) 1984-1985

box 8, folder 4

Анцупов Евгений (Antsupov, Evgeniĭ) 1986-1987

box 8, folder 4

Аргунов Дмитрий (Argunov, Dmitriĭ) 1987

box 8, folder 4

Арутюнян Генрих и Вартан (Arutiunian, Genrikh and Vartan) 1986-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes appeals, letters, and clippings
box 8, folder 4

Astra, Gunars circa 1983

box 8, folder 4

Авакян Сергей (Avakian, Sergeĭ) undated

box 8, folder 4

Авагян Сирвад (Avagian, Sirvad) 1987

box 8, folder 4

Аваков Анатолий (Avakov, Anatoliĭ) circa 1981

box 8, folder 4

Бабич Сергей (Babich, Sergeĭ) 1988

box 8, folder 4

Бадзьо Юрий (Badzio, Iuriĭ) 1983-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes writings by Badzio, materials relating to his activities, and clippings
box 8, folder 5-7

Бахмин Вячеслав (Bakhmin, Viacheslav) 1979-1985

Scope and Contents

Includes biographical data, materials relating to the three arrests and trials of Bakhmin, and one print depicting Viacheslav Bakhmin and Robert von Voren
box 8, folder 8

Балахонов Владимир (Balakhonov, Vladimir) 1985

box 8, folder 8

Баранов Николай (Baranov, Nikolaĭ) 1984-1986

box 8, folder 8

Барац Василий и Галина (Barats, Vasiliĭ and Galina) 1984-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes press publications about the Barats family, telegram from V. and G. Barats to M. Gorbachev, and letters
box 8, folder 8

Баринов Валерий (Barinov, Valeriĭ) 1984-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes press publications about Valeriĭ Barinov and his case
box 8, folder 8

Бегун Иосиф (Begun, Iosif) 1984-1988

box 8, folder 9

Белянин Владимир (Belianin, Vladimir) 1984

box 8, folder 9

Bieliauskené, Jadviga 1982-1986

box 8, folder 9

Белов Юрий (Belov, Iuriĭ) 1979

box 8, folder 9

Белов Сергей (Belov, Sergeĭ) 1980-1988

box 8, folder 9

Берхин Виктор (Berkhin, Viktor) 1987

box 8, folder 9

Берман Дмитрий (Berman, Dmitriĭ) 1989

box 8, folder 9

Бернштейн Иосиф (Bernshteĭn, Iosif) 1985-1987

box 8, folder 9

Биляк Зофия (Biliak, Zofia) circa 1983

box 8, folder 9

Блатной Давид (Blatnoĭ, David) 1987

box 8, folder 9

Богданов Александр (Bogdanov, Aleksandr) 1987

box 8, folder 9

Богданов Виталий (Bogdanov, Vitaliĭ) 1985

box 8, folder 9

Богомольный Беньямин (Bogomol'nyĭ, Benjamin) 1986

box 9, folder 1

Богораз Лариса (Bogoraz, Larisa) 1984-1988

Scope and Contents

Letters, appeals, campaign materials, announcement and statements, and clipping relating to fight for liberation of Anatoliĭ Marchenko (husband of Larisa Bogoraz); hunger strike, and death of Marchenko.
box 9, folder 2

Богословский Александр (Bogoslovskiĭ, Aleksandr) circa 1984

box 9, folder 2

Бояровская Тамара (Boiarovskaia,Tamara) 1984

box 9, folder 2

Боечко Василий (Boyechko, Vasiliĭ) circa 1987

box 9, folder 2

Бойко Николай (Boĭko, Nikolaĭ) 1984-1988

box 9, folder 2

Болонкин Александр (Bolonkin, Aleksandr) 1978-1987

box 9, folder 2

Бомбин Михаил (Bombin, Mikhail) 1986

box 9, folder 2

Бородин Леонид (Borodin, Leonid) 1985-1986

box 9, folder 3

Бородин Николай (Borodin, Nikolaĭ) 1985-1988

box 9, folder 3

Боровик Павел (Borovik, Pavel) 1985

box 9, folder 3

Бороздин Сергей (Borozdin, Sergeĭ) 1986

box 9, folder 3

Ботов Николай (Botov, Nikolaĭ) 1986

box 9, folder 3

Браиловский Виктор и Ирина Браиловская (Brailovskiĭ, Viktor, and Irina Brailovskaia) 1981-1987

box 9, folder 3

Бродский Владимир (Brodskiĭ, Vladimir) 1986

box 9, folder 3

Буковский Владимир (Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky), Vladimir) 1985-2007

box 9, folder 3

Булев Анатолий (Bulev, Anatoliĭ) 1988

box 9, folder 3

Бурлацкий Федор (Burlatskiĭ, Fedor) 1989

box 9, folder 3

Бутченко Юрий (Butchenko, Iuriĭ) 1984

box 9, folder 4

Чарный Бенджамин (Charny, Benjamin) 1986-1987

box 9, folder 4

Чекалин Алексанр (Chekalin, Aleksandr) 1989

box 9, folder 4

Čekanavičius, Arvydas 1987

box 9, folder 4

Черкасов, Анатолий (Cherkasov, Anatoliĭ) 1985-1987

Scope and Contents

Biography of Cherkasov, his appeals to Soviet and foreign authorities, correspondence of the Center for Democracy, appeals from various human rights organizations, one photograph, and clippings
box 9, folder 5

Чернобильский Борис (Chernobil'skiĭ, Boris) 1980-1987

box 9, folder 5

Чорновил (Черновол ) Вячеслав (Chornovil, Viacheslav) 1980-1988

box 9, folder 5

Черткова Анна (Chertkova, Anna) 1970-1987

Scope and Contents

Trial materials, appeals, and press publications about Chertkova.
box 9, folder 6

Чеверев Виталий (Cheverev, Vitaliĭ) 1984

box 9, folder 6

Чукаев Александр и Лариса Чукаева (Chukaev, Aleksandr, and Larisa Chukaeva) 1986

box 9, folder 6

Daniloff, Nicholas 1986

box 9, folder 6

Данилов Николай (Danilov, Nikolaĭ) 1987-1988

box 9, folder 6

Дашевский Владимир (Dashevskiĭ, Vladimir) 1986-1987

box 9, folder 6

Давидофф Виктор (Davidoff, Viktor) circa 1979

box 9, folder 6

Дебрянская Евгения (Debrianskaia, Evgeniia) 1987

box 9, folder 6

Диденко Валерий (Didenko, Valeriĭ) undated

box 9, folder 6

Дирксен Яков (Dirksen, Iakov) 1985

box 9, folder 6

Дюкарев Михаил (Diukarev, Mikhail) 1984

box 9, folder 6

Долiшний Вaсиль (Ukr.) (Dolishnyĭ, Vasyl') 1985

box 9, folder 6

Доронина, Лидия (Doronina, Lidiia) 1986-1987

box 9, folder 6

Дубенский Юрий (Dubenskiĭ, Iuriĭ) 1969-1988

Scope and Contents

Contains materials of the Dubenskiĭ two trials.
box 9, folder 7

Дубянская Елена (Dubianskaia, Elena) 1982-1985

box 9, folder 7

Дудко, Дмитрий (Dudko, Dmitriĭ) 1987

box 9, folder 7

Дыбач (Дибач) Михаил (Dybach (Dibach), Michail) 1988

box 9, folder 7

Дичков-Бреннер Сергей (Dychkov-Brenner, Sergeĭ) 1988

box 9, folder 7-8

Джемилев (Абдулджемиль) Мустафа (Dzhemilev (Abduldzhemil'), Mustafa) 1975-1987

Scope and Contents

Biographic materials, appeal by Andreĭ Sakharov in defense of Dzhemilev (Abduldzhemilʹ), materials from various human rights organizations in defense of Dzhemilev, brochure about him, with supporting materials including photographs and publications about Dzhemilev
box 10, folder 1

Джемилев (Абдулжемиль) Мустафа (Dzhemilev (Abduldzhemil'), Mustafa) 1986

box 10, folder 1

Джемилев Решат (Dzhemilev, Reshat) 1987

box 10, folder 2

Эдельштейн Юлий (Edel'shteĭn, Iuliĭ) 1985-1987

box 10, folder 2

Эйснер Дмитрий (Eisner, Dmitriĭ) 1987

box 10, folder 2

Элберт Лев (Elbert, Lev) 1983-1987

box 10, folder 2

Эпштейн Самуил (Epshteĭn, Samuil) 1983-1985

box 10, folder 2

Эверт Эдуард (Evert, Eduard) 1984

box 10, folder 2

Федина Жанна (Fedina, Zhanna) 1987

box 10, folder 2

Федорчук Иван (Fedorchuk, Ivan) 1987

box 10, folder 2

Федоренко Василь (ukr.) (Fedorenko, Vasyl') 1987

box 10, folder 2

Федотов Иван (Fedotov, Ivan) circa 1984

box 10, folder 2

Фельдман Владимир и Ефим (Fel'dman, Vladimir and Efim) 1988-1989, undated

box 10, folder 2

Фельцман Владимир (Fel'tsman, Vladimir) 1982-1987

box 10, folder 2

Финкель Фёдор (Finkel, Fyodor) 1987, undated

box 10, folder 2

Финкель, Матвей (Finkel', Matveĭ) 1986

box 10, folder 2

Фёдоров Юрий (Fiodorov, Iuriĭ) 1987

box 10, folder 2

Флерова Инесса (Flerova, Inessa) 1985-1986

box 10, folder 2

Фрадкова Надежда (Fradkova, Nadezhda) 1984-1985

box 10, folder 2

Френкель Владимир (Frenkel', Vladimir) 1985-1986

box 10, folder 2

Фукс-Рабинович Михаил (Fuks-Rabinovich, Mikhail) 1986-1987

box 10, folder 3

Фулмахт Виктор (Fulmakht, Viktor) 1985-1986

box 10, folder 3

Гаяускас, Балис (Gajauskas, Balys) 1985-1988

box 10, folder 3

Гамсахурдия Звиад (Gamsakhurdia, Zviad) 1987

box 10, folder 3

Гауч family (Gauch family) 1986-1987

box 10, folder 3

Гаврилов Сергей (Gavrilov, Sergeĭ) 1988

box 10, folder 3

Генкин Иван (Genkin, Ivan) 1984

box 10, folder 3

Герасимова Васса (Gerasimova, Vassa) 1987

box 10, folder 4

Гершович Владимир (Gershovich, Vladimir) circa 1986

box 10, folder 4

Гершуни Владимир (Gershuni, Vladimir) 1980-1987

box 10, folder 4

Гинзбург Александр (Ginzburg, Aleksandr) undated

box 10, folder 4

Глузман Иосиф (Gluzman, Iosif) 1987

box 10, folder 4

Глузман Семен (Gluzman, Semen) 1985-1987

box 10, folder 5

Гольдфарб Давид (Goldfarb, David) 1986-1987

box 10, folder 5

Голдорт Черна (Анна) (Goldort, Cherna [Anna]) 1986-1987

box 10, folder 5

Гольдович Александр (Gol'dovich, Aleksandr) 1988-1989

box 10, folder 5

Гольдштейн Исай (Gol'dshteĭn, Isaĭ) 1985-1986

box 10, folder 5

Голенберг Израиль (Golenberg, Israel) 1990-1991

box 10, folder 5

Голикова Валентина (Golikova, Valentina) 1984

box 10, folder 5

Grazhulis, Piatras 1987-1988

box 10, folder 5

Григоренко Петр (Grigorenko, Petr) 1961, 1986

Scope and Contents

Grigorenko's speech relating to the Novocherkassk events, his letter to the Комсомольская правда newspaper, petition by Zinaida Grigorenko, and clippings.
box 10, folder 5

Григоренко Зинаида (Grigorenko, Zinaida) 1988

box 10, folder 6

Григорянц Сергей (Grigoriants, Sergeĭ) 1987-1989

box 10, folder 6

Григоршин Евгений (Grigorishin, Evgeniĭ) 1987

box 10, folder 6

Гринблат Аркадий (Grinblat, Arkadiĭ) circa 1988

box 10, folder 7

Гривнина Ирина (Grivnina, Irina) 1980, 1982-1983

Scope and Contents

Trial material
box 11, folder 1-8

Гривнина Ирина (Grivnina, Irina) 1980, 1986, undated

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, complaints, appeals, letters and publications of support, Grivnina's recollections, interview, poem, and notes.
box 11, folder 9

Громов Леонид (Gromov, Leonid) 1985, 1988, undated

box 11, folder 10

Гудава Тегиз (Gudava, Tengiz) 1985-1988

Scope and Contents

Press publications by and about Tengiz Gudava, typescripts and clippings.
box 12, folder 1

Гулько Борис (Gul'ko, Boris) 1986

box 12, folder 1

Хаврилiв Михайло (ukr.) (Havryliv, Mykhaĭlo) undated

box 12, folder 1

Херманюк Ульяна (ukr.) (Hermaniuk, Ul'iana) 1986-1987

box 12, folder 1

Hint, Johannes 1985

box 12, folder 1

Хорбаль Микола (ukr.)(Horbal', Mykola) 1986-1988

box 12, folder 1

Хоринь Михайло (ukr. ) (Horyn', Mykhaĭlo) 1983-1987

box 12, folder 1

Ефремов Наум (Iefremov, Naum) 1985-1986

box 12, folder 1

Якир, Александр (Iakir [Yakir], Aleksandr 1985-1986

box 12, folder 1

Якунин Глеб (Iakunin [Yakunin], Gleb] 1979, 1984-1989

box 12, folder 2

Яньков Гавриил (Ian'kov, Gavriil) 1986-1987

box 12, folder 2

Ефимов Наум (Iefimov [Yefimov], Naum) 1985-1986

box 12, folder 2

Еленский Юрий (Ielensky [Yelensky][, Iuriĭ) 1986

box 12, folder 2

Елистратов Виктор (Ielistratov [Yelistratov], Viktor) 1985-1986

box 12, folder 2

Ешмантас Гинтаутас (Iesmantas, Gintautas) 1986-1988

box 12, folder 2

Евсюков Серафим (Ievsiukov, Serafim) 1985-1987

box 12, folder 3

Йоффе Александр (Ioffe, Aleksandr) 1987

box 12, folder 3

Ильченко Анатолий (Il'chenko, Anatoliĭ) 1989

box 12, folder 3

Ирлин Иосиф (Irlin, Iosif) 1986

box 12, folder 3

Ивахненко Игорь (Ivakhnenko, Igor) 1987

box 12, folder 3

Иванов, Юрий (Ivanov, Iuriĭ) 1991

box 12, folder 3

Иващенко Яков (Ivashchenko, Iakov) 1985-1988

box 12, folder 3

Юзефович Леонид (Iuzefovich [Yuzefovich], Leonid) 1986-1987

box 12, folder 4

Кадыков Синовер (Kadykov, Sinover) 1988

box 12, folder 4

Каган Абрам (Kagan, Abram) 1987

box 12, folder 4

Кагарлицкий Борис (Kagarlitskiĭ, Boris) circa 1982

box 12, folder 4

Калугин Александр (Kalugin, Aleksandr) 1983-1986

box 12, folder 4

Калиниченко Вiталiй (Ukr.) (Kalynychenko, Vitaliĭ) 1985-1987

box 12, folder 4

Калюжный Владимир (Kaliuzhnyĭ, Vladimir) 1983

box 12, folder 4

Кампов Павел (Kampov, Pavel) 1985-1987

box 12, folder 4

Канделаки Тамази (Kandelaki, Tamazi) undated

box 12, folder 4

Кандыба Иван (Kandyba, Ivan) 1985-1987

box 12, folder 4

Карапетян Сурен (Karapetian, Suren) undated

box 12, folder 5-7

Казачков Михаил (Kazachkov, Mikhail) 1972-1991

Scope and Contents

Biographical data; trial material; journal of Paul Ekman with notes about Kazachkov; appeals; open letters; correspondence; and clippings.
box 12, folder 8

Келберт Леонид (Kelbert, Leonid) 1982-1986

box 12, folder 8

Кетенчиев Руслан (Ketenchiev, Ruslan) 1989, undated

box 12, folder 8

Хайло Владимир (Khaĭlo, Vladimir) 1982-1987

box 12, folder 8

Хассин Генадий, Эрик and Наталья Хассина (Khassin, Gennadiĭ and Eric and Natalia Khassina) 1986-1988

box 12, folder 8

Хмара Степан (Khmara, Stepan) 1987-1990

box 12, folder 9-10

Ходорович Сергей (Khodorovich, Sergeĭ) 1983-1985

Scope and Contents

Includes biographical data; appeals and petitions signed by US political figures, human rights organizations, Alekandr Solzhenitsyn, and Natalia Solzhenitsyna; press releases; one print depicting Sergeĭ Khodorovich (several copies); and clippings
box 13, folder 1

Холмянский Александр (Kholmianskiĭ, Aleksandr) 1985-1987

box 13, folder 1

Хомизури Георгий (Khomizuri, Georgiĭ) undated

box 13, folder 1

Хорев Михаил (Khorev, Mikhail) 1987

box 13, folder 1

Храмов Николай (Khramov, Nikolaĭ) 1985

box 13, folder 1

Хроменков Виктор (Khromenkov, Viktor) 1987

box 13, folder 1

Хронопуло Юрий (Khronopulo, Iuriĭ [Yury]) undated

box 13, folder 1

Киселев Юрий (Kiselev, Iuriĭ) 1984-1992

box 13, folder 1

Кислик Владимир (Kislik, Vladimir) 1985-1987

box 13, folder 1

Кистяковский Андрей (Kistiakovskiĭ, Andreĭ) 1987

box 13, folder 1

Клебанов Владимир (Klebanov, Vladimir) 1985--1987

box 13, folder 1

Клотц Борис (Klotz, Boris) 1987

box 13, folder 1

Койфман Евгений и Лидия (Koĭfman, Evgeniĭ and Lidiia) 1985-1987

box 13, folder 1

Коновалихин Вадим (Konovalikhin, Vadim) 1984-1987

box 13, folder 1

Копот Михаил (Kopot, Mikhail) 1987-1988

box 13, folder 1

Корб Ян (Korb, Ian) 1985

box 13, folder 2-3

Корягин Анатолий (Koriagin, Anatoliĭ ) 1981, 1986, undated

Scope and Contents

Autobiographical notes, open letters, petitions, appeals, statements, press-releases of the Second World Press, correspondence, writings, clippings, and printed matter
box 13, folder 4

Костава Мераб (Kostava, Merab) 1985-1988

box 13, folder 4

Котов Андрей (Kotov, Andreĭ) 1988

box 13, folder 4

Ковалев Сергей (Kovalev, Sergeĭ) 1982-1990

box 13, folder 4

Ковалева Нина (Kovaleva, Nina) 1985, 1987, undated

box 13, folder 4

Кожевников Юрий (Kozhevnikov, Iuriĭ) 1987

box 13, folder 4

Козловский Евгений (Kozlovskiĭ Evgeniĭ) 1981-1982

box 13, folder 4

Козорезов Алексей (Kozorezov, Alekseĭ) 1985

box 13, folder 4

Крахмальникова Зоя (Krakhmal'nikova, Zoia) 1984-1988

box 13, folder 4

Красiвський, Зеновiй (Ukr.) Krasivskiĭ, Zinoviĭ 1986

box 13, folder 4

Кремень Михаил (Kremen', Mikhail) 1980-1982

box 13, folder 4

Крискевич Вячеслав (Kriskevich, Viacheslav) 1990

box 13, folder 5

Критский Владимир (Kritskiĭ, Vladimir) 1987

box 13, folder 5

Кривов Андрей and Ирина Кривова (Krivov, Andreĭ and Irina Krivova) 1987-1988

box 13, folder 5

Крючков Николай (Kriuchkov, Nikolaĭ) 1985

box 13, folder 5

Крючкова Ольга (Kriuchkova, Ol'ga) 1985

box 13, folder 5

Крочик Геннадий (Krochiк, Gennadiĭ) circa 1987

box 13, folder 5

Кукобака Михаил (Kukobaka, Mikhail) 1980-1987, undated

box 13, folder 5

Куме Алар (Kume, Alar) 1984

box 13, folder 5

Курдиани Светлана (Kurdiani, Svetlana) undated

box 13, folder 5

Кустова Раиса (Kustova, Raisa0 undated

box 13, folder 5

Кустря Владимир (Kustria, Vladimir) 1987

Scope and Contents

Includes postcard in his defense with appeals to M. Gorbachev and A. Vlasov
box 13, folder 5

Куценко Григорий (Kutsenko, Grigoriĭ) 1985

box 13, folder 5

Кузнецов Сергей (Kuznetsov, Sergeĭ ) 1989

Scope and Contents

Materials of the Committee to Protect Journalists and Center for Democracy; and clippings
box 13, folder 6

Ланда Мальва (Landa, Mal'va) 1981-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence
box 13, folder 6

Лапкин Игнатий (Lapkin, Ignatiĭ) 1986

box 13, folder 6

Лавров Л. Г. (Lavrov, L. G.) 1983, 1986

Scope and Contents

Writings by L. Lavrov, published
box 13, folder 7

Лавут Александр (Lavut, Aleksandr) circa 1986

box 13, folder 7

Lažinkas, Vitautas 1988

box 13, folder 7

Лебзак Владимир (Lebzak, Vladimir) 1984

box 13, folder 7

Лернер Александр (Lerner, Aleksandr) undated

box 13, folder 7

Лесив Ярослав (Lesiv, Iaroslav) 1988

box 13, folder 7

Левен Николай (Leven, Nikolaĭ) 1984

box 13, folder 7

Левченко Станислав (Levchenko, Stanislav) 1988

box 13, folder 7

Левин Яков (Levin, Iakov) 1987

box 13, folder 7

Лифшиц Владимир (Lifshits, Vladimir) 1986-1987

box 13, folder 7

Литвиненко Леонид (Litvinenko, Leonid) 1988

box 13, folder 7

Любинский Евгений (Liubinskiĭ, Yevgeniĭ) circa 1987

box 13, folder 7

Лубман Леонид (Lubman, Leonid) 1988-1989

box 13, folder 7

Лукач Валерий (Lukach, Valeiĭ) 1986

box 13, folder 7

Лукьяненко, Лев (Lukianenko, Lev) 1987-1988

box 13, folder 7

Лупинос Aнатолий (Lupinos, Anatoliĭ) 1980-1983

box 13, folder 8

Лурье Эммануил (Lur'ie, Emmanuel) 1979-1987

box 13, folder 9

Лурьи Юрий (Luryi, Yuri) 1990

box 13, folder 9

Лусников Алексей (Lusnikov, Alekseĭ) 1985

box 14, folder 1

Madisson, Tiit 1987

box 14, folder 1

Магарик Алексей (Magarik, Alekseĭ) 1986-1987

box 14, folder 1

Максимов Александр and Галина Максимова (Maksimov, Aleksandr and Galina Maksimova) 1986-1988

box 14, folder 1

Макушкин Михаил (Makushkin, Mikhail) undated

box 14, folder 1

Мамус Микола (ukr.) (Mamus, Mykola) 1987

box 14, folder 1

Мананников Алексей (Manannikov, Alekseĭ) 1987

box 14, folder 1

Марченко Анатолий (Marchenko, Anatoliĭ) 1986-1987

Scope and Contents

Press releases of the Second World Press and clippings
box 14, folder 1

Марченко Валерий (Marchenko, Valeriĭ) 1984-1985

box 14, folder 2

Маркус Сергей (Markus, Sergeĭ) 1984-1986

box 14, folder 2

Мартынов, Иван (Martynov, Ivan) 1985, 1987

box 14, folder 2

Martynovich, Myroslav 1982-1987

box 14, folder 2

Matulionis, Jonas Kastytis 1986-1987

box 14, folder 2

Матусевич Николай (Matusevich, Nikolaĭ) 1979-1985

box 14, folder 2

Матусевич Ольга (Matusevich, Ol'ga) 1988

box 14, folder 2

Массовер Юрий (Massover, Iuriĭ) 1989

box 14, folder 2

Мазуров Владимир (Mazurov, Vladimir) 1986

box 14, folder 3

Медведкова Ольга (Medvedkova, Ol'ga) 1986

box 14, folder 3

Мейланов Вазиф (Meĭlanov, Vazif) 1986-1988

box 14, folder 4

Мейлах Михаил (Meĭlakh, Mikhail) 1983, 1987, undated

box 14, folder 5

Мейман Нахум (Meĭman, Nahum) 1975, 1987, undated

box 14, folder 6

Melngaĭlis, Gederts 1983-1986

box 14, folder 6

Мень Александр (Men', Aleksandr) 1984-1985

box 14, folder 6

Мясников, Алексей (Miasnikov, Alekseĭ) 1987-1989

box 14, folder 6

Михайленко Анна (Mikhaĭlenko, Anna) 1987-1988

box 14, folder 6

Михайлов, Георгий (Mikhaĭlov, Georgiĭ) 1985-1986

box 14, folder 7

Михайлов Ян (Mikhaĭlov, Ian) 1989

box 14, folder 7

Михайлов, Олег (Mikhaĭlov, Oleg) 1989

box 14, folder 7

Минаев Николай (Minaev, Nikolaĭ) undated

box 14, folder 7

Митяшин Борис (Mitiashin, Boris) 1985, 1988

box 14, folder 7

Монбланов Виктор (Monblanov, Viktor) 1985, 1987

box 14, folder 7

Морозов Марк (Morozov, Mark) 1986

box 14, folder 7

Мотря Иван (Motria, Ivan) circa 1986

box 14, folder 7

Мурженко Алексей (Murzhenko, Alekseĭ) 1984-1989

box 14, folder 8

Надзорный Эдуард (Nadzornyĭ, Eduard) 1984, 1986

box 14, folder 8

Наврозов лев (Navrozov, Lev) 1983

box 14, folder 8

Неделин Е. (Nedelin, E.) 1987

box 14, folder 8

Негретов Павел (Negretov, Pavel) 1986-1987

box 14, folder 9

Некипелов Виктор (Nekipelov, Viktor) 1973-1987, undated

Scope and Contents

Biographical data; letters in defense of Nekipelov and Nekipelov's letter in defense of Mikhail Kukobaka; correspondence; appeals; notes from Nekipelov's court trial; and writings.
box 14, folder 10

Непомнящий Марк (Nepomniashchiĭ, Mark) 1987

box 14, folder 10

Нестеров Анатолий (Nesterov, Anatoliĭ) undated

box 14, folder 10

Niitsoo, Viktor 1984

box 14, folder 10

Никитенков Василий (Nikitenkov, Vasiliĭ) 1971-1979

box 14, folder 10

Niklus, Mart 1981-1988

box 14, folder 10

Новичков Сергей (Novichkov, Sergeĭ) 1989

box 14, folder 10

Новодворская Валерия (Novodvorskaia, Valeriia) 1987-1988

box 14, folder 10

Новосельцев Валентин (Novosel'tsev, Valentin) 1986-1987

box 14, folder 10

Нудель Ида (Nudel', Ida) 1985-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes Lilith magazine No. 16, 1987
box 15, folder 1

Обухов Герман (Obukhov, German) 1987

box 15, folder 1

Одула Анатолий and Алла Хавчинская (Odula, Anatoliĭ and Alla Khavchinskaia) 1987

box 15, folder 2

Огородников Александр (Ogorodnikov, Aleksandr) 1985-1989

box 15, folder 3

Огурцов Игорь (Ogurtsov, Igor') 1986-1987

box 15, folder 3

Okos, Aleksandr 1987

box 15, folder 4-8

Орлов Юрий (Orlov, Yuri) undated

Scope and Contents

Appeals and letters in defense of Orlov; Orlov's writings and writings about him and his case; correspondence; and clippings. Includes materials from the Scientists for Sakharov, Orlov, and Shcharansky records.
box 15, folder 9

Орловский Эрнст (Orlovskiĭ, Ernst) 1984, 1987

box 15, folder 9

Оржеховская Лия (Orzhekhovsky, Liya) 1982, 1986

box 15, folder 9

Осипов Владимир (Osipov, Vladimir) 1987

box 15, folder 10

Осипова Татьяна and Иван Ковалев (Osipova, Tat'iana, and Ivan Kovalev) 1980

Scope and Contents

Osipova's trial record with related materials
box 16, folder 1-6

Осипова Татьяна and Иван Ковалев (Osipova, Tat'iana and Ivan Kovalev) 1981-1988

Scope and Contents

Letters, appeals, and petitions in defense of Tat'iana Osipova and her husband, Ivan Kovalev; Osipova's notes taken during her interrogation at the Committee for State Security (KGB); correspondence; materials of the Amnesty International, Helsinki Watch, Second World Press information, clippings, and other documents
box 16, folder 7

Османов Юрий (Osmanov, Iuriĭ) 1976, 1987

box 16, folder 7

Овсиєнко Василь (Ukr.)(Ovsiienko, Vasyl') 1985

box 16, folder 7

Озерной Леонид (Ozernoĭ, Leonid) 1983, 1985

box 16, folder 8

Паначев Игорь (Panachev, Igor') circa 1984

box 16, folder 8

Панкратченко Иван (Pankratchenko, Ivan) 1987

box 16, folder 8

Папаян Рафаэл (Papaian, Rafael) 1987

box 16, folder 8

Parek, Lagle 1988

box 16, folder 8

Парицкий Александр (Paritskiĭ, Aleksandr) 1980-1988

box 16, folder 8

Пашнин-Сперанский Евгений (Pashnin-Speranskiĭ, Evgeniiĭ) 1984, 1987

box 16, folder 8

Павленков, Владлен (Pavlenkov, Vladlen) circa 1988

Scope and Contents

Case description.
box 16, folder 8

Павлов Юрий (Pavlov, Yuriĭ) 1990

box 16, folder 8

Павлов Николай (Pavlov, Nikolaĭ) 1987

box 16, folder 9

Pečeliunas, Povilas 1987

box 16, folder 9

Первушин Василий (Pervushin, Vasiliĭ) 1981

box 16, folder 9

Песин Яков and Евгения Спидлен (Pessin, Yakov, and Yevgeniya Spidlen) circa 1988

box 16, folder 9

Петерс Артур (Peters, Artur) 1984

box 16, folder 9

Petkus, Viktoras 1984-1988

box 16, folder 9

Пiдхородецкий Василь (Ukr.) (Pidhorodetskyĭ, Vasyl') 1985-1986

box 16, folder 9

Пимонов Владимир (Pimonov, Vladimir) 1987

Scope and Contents

Photocopies of Pimonov's writings in Russkaia mysl' newspaper
box 16, folder 9

Пиняев Анатолий (Piniaiev, Anatoliĭ) circa 1980

box 16, folder 9

Пинкусович Александр (Pinkusovich, Aleksandr) 1986

box 16, folder 9

Пивоваров, Александр (Pivovarov, Aleksandr) 1983-1984, 1987

box 16, folder 10

Подрабинек Александр and Кирилл (Podrabinek, Aleksandr and Kirill) 1980-1990

Scope and Contents

Materials of the International Podrabinek Fund, Moscow Helsinki Group, Amnesty International, Stitching Comite Vladimir Boekovski, the Advisory Council for the Defense of Human Rights in the USSR;` letters and appeals in defense of Aleksandr and Kirill Podrabinek, correspondence, clippings, and other documents.
box 16, folder 11

Погорилий Валентiн (ukr.) (Pogorilyĭ, Valentin) 1987

box 16, folder 11

Полонский Петр (Polonskiĭ, Piotr) 1986-1987

box 16, folder 11

Пономарев Анатолий (Ponоmariov, Anatoliĭ) 1986

box 16, folder 11

Попов Юрий (Popov, Iuriĭ) 1985, 1987

box 16, folder 11

Попов Кирилл (Popov, Kirill) 1985-1986

box 16, folder 11

Попович Оксана (уkr.) (Popovych, Oksana) 1987

box 16, folder 11

Пореш Владимир (Poresh, Vladimir) 1984-1987

box 16, folder 11

Приборов Сергей (Priborov, Sergeĭ) 1980s

box 17, folder 1-3

Проценко Павел (Protsenko, Pavel) 1979, 1986-1989

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, biographical data of P. Protsenko; materials relating to his arrest and confinement in psychiatric hospital; letters and appeals in defense of Protsenko; Second World Press information; posters; and clippings.
box 17, folder 4

Рабен Анатолий (Raben, Anatoliĭ) 1982

box 17, folder 4

Рабинович Наум (Rabinocich, Naum) 1987, undated

box 17, folder 4

Рафальский Виктор (Rafal'skiĭ, Viktor) 1984, 1987

box 17, folder 4

Рахленко Яков (Rakhlenko, Yakov) 1986

box 17, folder 4

Ракша П. (Raksha, P.) 1986

box 17, folder 4

Раиз Владимир (Raiz, Vladimir) undated

box 17, folder 4

Randpere, Kaĭsa 1986

box 17, folder 5-6

Ратушинская Ирина (Ratushinskaia, Irina) 1984-1998

Scope and Contents

Biographical data, press-releases, appeals, flyers issued by the US Committee for the release of Irina Ratushinskaia, transcripts of interview and telephone calls, testimony of Irina Ratushinskaia, selection of Ratushinskaia poems. Includes testimony of Igor Gerashchenko.
box 17, folder 7

Ravins, Maĭgonis 1987

box 17, folder 7

Развеев Борис (Razveiev, Boris) 1985-1985

box 17, folder 7

Ребрик Бохдан (Ukr.) (Rebryk, Bohdan) 1987

box 17, folder 7

Рябоконь Владимир (Riabokon', Vladimir) 1986-1987

box 17, folder 7

Рига Александр (Сандр) (Riga, Aleksandr [Sandr]) 1984-1987

box 17, folder 7

Rikhter, Wilhelm 1984

box 17, folder 7

Ринкевич, Иосиф (Rinkevich, Iosif) 1987

box 17, folder 7

Ривкин Михаил (Rivkin, Mиkhail) 1987

box 17, folder 8

Родин Юрий (Rodin, Yuriĭ) 1988

Scope and Contents

Second World Press news release.
box 17, folder 9

Рогальский Павел, Виктор and Андрей (Rogal'skiĭ, Pavel, Viktor, and Andreĭ) 1984

box 17, folder 9

Романюк Василь (Ukr.) (Romaniuk, Vasyl') 1987

box 17, folder 9

Розенцвейг Юрий (Rozentsveĭg, Iuriĭ) 1986

box 17, folder 9

Рубан Петро (Ruban, Petro) 1988

box 17, folder 10

Рубченко Александр (Rubchenko, Aleksandr) 1984-1987

box 17, folder 10

Руденко Микола (Ukr.) Rudenko, Mykola 1983-1988

box 17, folder 10

Рукосуев Андрей Ильич (Rukosuev, Andreĭ Il'ich) 1984-1986

box 17, folder 11

Рулев-Коган Лазарь (Rulev-Kogan, Lazar') 1986

box 17, folder 11

Румачик Петр (Rumachik, Piotr) 1985

box 17, folder 11

Румессен Вардо (Rumessen, Vardo) 1985

box 17, folder 11

Румшинская Марина (Rumshinskaia, Marina) 1984-1985

box 17, folder 11

Русак Владимир (Rusak, Vladimir) 1986-1989

box 17, folder 11

Rust, Mathias 1987-1988

box 17, folder 12

Рузер Александра and Сергей (Ruzer, Aleksandra and Sergeĭ) 1983-1988

box 17, folder 12

Саакян Карен Владимирович (Saakian, Karen Vladimirovich) circa 1985

box 17, folder 12

Sadunaĭte, Nijole 1987-1988

box 17, folder 12

Сагатов Измидин (Sagatov, Izmidin) 1985

box 18, folder 1-3

Сахаров Андрей (Sakharov, Andreĭ) 1973, 1979-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes materials of the Andreĭ Sakharov Institute, appeals, and clippings.
box 18, folder 4

Санникова Елена (Sannikova, Elena) 1984-1987

box 18, folder 4

Сапеляк Степан (Sapeliak, Stepan) 1984

box 18, folder 4

Саранчук Пётр (Saranchuk, Piotr) 1987-1988

box 18, folder 4

Савельев Виктор and Валентина Савельева (Savel'iev Viktor, and Valentina Savel'ieva) 1984

box 18, folder 4

Савуренко Юрий (Savurenko, Iuriĭ) 1985

box 18, folder 4

Сеитмуратова Айше (Seitmuratova, Aĭshe) 1985-1990

box 18, folder 4

Семенов Алексей (Semenov, Alekseĭ) circa 1982

box 18, folder 4

Сендеров Валерий (Senderov, Valeriĭ) 1982, 1987, undated

Scope and Contents

Biographical data, appeals and open letters, Senderov's writings (publications and typescript)
box 18, folder 5

Серебренников Николай (Serebrennikov, Nikolaĭ) 1987

box 18, folder 5

Серебров Феликс (Serebrov, Feliks) 1981-1986

box 18, folder 5

Сеутова Сабрие (Seutova, Sabriye) 1988

box 18, folder 5

Севастьянов Анатолий (Sevast'ianov, Anatoliĭ) 1985-1988

Scope and Contents

Case information.
box 18, folder 5

Шалошашвили Бесалель (Shaloshashvili, Besalel') 1986-1987

box 18, folder 5

Шатравка Александр (Shatravka, Aleksandr) 1980, 1986, undated

Scope and Contents

A letter from A. Shatravka to Gorbachev; press-release; materials of Shatravka's press conference; notes by Y. Yarim-Agaev
box 18, folder 6

Щаранский Анатолий (Shcharanskiĭ, Anatoliĭ [Sharansky, Natan]) 1986-1989

box 18, folder 6

Шефер Лев (Shefer, Lev) 1985

box 18, folder 6

Шибаев Владимир (Shibaev, Vladimir) 1987-1988

box 18, folder 6

Шиханович Юрий (Shikhanovich, Iuriĭ) 1981, 1985

Scope and Contents

Search record; press release.
box 18, folder 6

Шилков Андрей (Shilkov, Andreĭ) 1987

box 18, folder 7

Шипилов Василий (Shipilov, Vasiliĭ) 1988

box 18, folder 7

Шипов Миша (Shipov, Misha) 1986-1987

box 18, folder 7

Шиш Сергей (Shish, Sergeĭ) 1987

box 18, folder 7

Шнирман (Шнеерман) Семен (Shnirman [Shneerman], Semen) 1986

box 18, folder 7

Шпейзман Юрий (Shpeizman, Iuriĭ) 1986-1987

box 18, folder 7

Шрейер Леонид Борисович (Shreyer, Leonid Borisovich) 1987

box 18, folder 7

Штейн Любовь (Shteĭn, Liubov') 1987

box 18, folder 7

Шухeвич Юрий (Shukhevich, Iuriĭ) 1984-1988

box 18, folder 7

Шумук Данило (ukr.) (Shumuk, Danylo) 1985-1987

box 18, folder 7

Шустер Александр (Shuster, Aleksandr) 1974-1977

box 18, folder 7

Silaraups, Ronalds 1987

box 18, folder 8

Скалич Семен (ukr.) (Skalych, Semen) 1987-1988

box 18, folder 8

Скобов Александр (Skobov, Aleksandr) 1982-1987

box 18, folder 8

Скочок Павло (Skochok, Pavlo) 1988

box 18, folder 8

Skudis, Vitautas 1987-1990

box 18, folder 8

Skudra, Žanis 1988

box 18, folder 8

Сквирский Владимир (Skvirskiĭ, Vladimir) 1986-1987

box 18, folder 8

Слепак Владимир (Slepak, Vladimir) 1984-1989

box 18, folder 9

Сметанина Наталья (Smetanina, Natal'ia) 1988

box 18, folder 9

Смирнов Алексей (Smirnov, Alekseĭ) 1986-1987

box 18, folder 9

Смирнов Валерий (Smirnov, Valeriĭ) 1989

box 18, folder 9

Смирнов Виктор (Smirnov, Viktor) 1986-1987

box 18, folder 9

Софронов Иосиф (Sofronov, Iosif) 1986

box 18, folder 9

Сойфер Валерий (Soĭfer, Valeriĭ) 1987-1988

box 18, folder 9

Сокульский Иван (Sokul'skiĭ, Ivan) 1987-1988

box 18, folder 9

Солдатов Сергей (Soldatov, Sergeĭ) 1980

box 18, folder 9

Стаченко (Сташенко) Григорий (Stachenko [Stashenko], Grigoriĭ) 1986, undated

box 18, folder 9

Statkevičus, Al'girdas 1981-1987

box 18, folder 9

Степанов Пётр (Stepanov, Piotr) 1987

box 19, folder 1

Стус Василь (ukr.) (Stus, Vasyl') 1981, 1985-1989

box 19, folder 1

Svarinskas, Alfonsas 1987-1988

box 19, folder 1

Сверстюк Андрей (Sverstiuk, Andreĭ) 1987

box 19, folder 1

Светов Феликс (Svetov, Feliks) 1985-1988

box 19, folder 1

Светушкин Сергей (Svetushkin, Sergeĭ) 1986-1987

box 19, folder 1

Свидницкий Иосиф (Svidnitskiĭ, Iosif) 1985

box 19, folder 1

Сысоев Вячеслав (Sysoev, Viacheslav) 1984, 1987

box 19, folder 1

Сытинский Владимир (Sytinskiĭ, Vladimir) 1985

box 19, folder 2

Tamkevičius, Sigitas 1986-1988

box 19, folder 2

Тарнопольский Юрий (Tarnopol'skiĭ, Iuriĭ) 1982-1987

box 19, folder 2

Тереля Йосип (Ukr.) (Terelia, Iosyp) 1985-1987

box 19, folder 2

Terlečkas, Antanas 1985, 1987

box 19, folder 2

Терлицкий Марк (Terlitskiĭ, Mark) 1987

box 19, folder 2

Терновский Леонард (Ternovskiĭ, Leonard) 1980

box 19, folder 2

Терзян Марина (Terzian, Marina) circa 1986

box 19, folder 3

Тимофееев Лев (Timofeev, Lev) 1985-1988

box 19, folder 4

Timoхин Валерий (Timokhin, Valeriĭ) 1980, 1984-1987

box 19, folder 4

Титов Владимир (Titov, Vladimir) 1986-1987

box 19, folder 4

Тюричев Валерий (Tiurichev, Valeriĭ) 1983-1987

box 19, folder 4

Ткалич Александр (Tkalich, Aleksandr) circa 1986

box 19, folder 4

Троянский Сергей (Troianskiĭ, Sergeĭ) 1986

box 19, folder 4

Трон Александр (Tron, Aleksandr) undated

box 19, folder 4

Трусова Татьяна (Trusova, Tat'iana) undated

box 19, folder 4

Цукерваник Роман (Tsukervanik, Roman) 1987

box 19, folder 4

Цурков Аркадий (Tsurkov, Arkadiĭ) 1984

box 19, folder 4

Убожко Лев (Ubozhko, Lev) 1984-1988

box 19, folder 4

Устинович Светлана (Ustinovich, Svetlana) 1987

box 19, folder 4

Вайнберг Перля (Vainberg, Perlia) 1985

box 19, folder 4

Vaitmaa, Robert 1985

box 19, folder 4

Василев Владимир (Vasilev, Vladimir) 1988

box 19, folder 4

Василевский Анатолий (Vasilevskiĭ, Anatoliĭ) 1985

box 19, folder 5

Великанова Татьяна (Velikanova, Tat'iana) 1979-1987

Scope and Contents

Materials of the Комитет защиты Татьяны Великановой, appeals and open letters in her defense; letters from Татьяна Великанова describing her life in exile; flyers, and clippings
box 19, folder 6

Везиков Павел (Vezikov, Pavel) circa 1985

box 19, folder 6

Вильчинская Галина and Зинаида (Vil'chinskaia, Galina and Zinbaida) 1984-1987

box 19, folder 6

Виниченко Александра Ивановна (Vinichenko, Aleksandra Ivanovna) circa 1986

box 19, folder 6

Винс Николай (Vins, Nikolaĭ) 1987

box 19, folder 6

Владимов, Георгий (Vladimov, Georgiĭ) 1982, 1986

box 19, folder 6

Власов Анатолий (Vlasov, Anatoliĭ) 1986

box 19, folder 7

Волков Игорь (Егор) (Volkov, Igor' [Iegor]) 1985-1988

Scope and Contents

Biographical data, appeals, related materials of Amnesty International and related publications by the Second World Press.
box 19, folder 8

Волков Николай (Volkov, Nikolaĭ) circa 1985

box 19, folder 8

Володарски (Володарская) Анна (Volodarsky, Anna) 1988

box 19, folder 8

Воловский Леонид (Volvovskiĭ, Leonid) 1985-1987

box 19, folder 8

Ворона Александр (Vorona, Aleksandr) 1983

box 19, folder 8

Востриков Юрий (Vostrikov, Iuriĭ) 1988

box 19, folder 8

Винницкий Михайло (Ukr.) (Vynnytskyĭ, Mykhaĭlo) 1987

box 19, folder 8

Вальтер Владимир Самуилович and Виктор (Walter, Vladimir Samuilovich and Viktor) 1987

box 19, folder 8

Яганов Алексей (Yaganov, Alekseĭ) 1986-1987

box 19, folder 8

Зайцев Александр (Zaĭtsev, Aleksandr) 1986

box 19, folder 8

Zakskauskas, Pranas 1987

box 19, folder 8

Затикян Степан (Zatikian, Stepan) 1980

box 19, folder 8

Zdebskis, Iuozas 1986

box 19, folder 8

Зеличенок Роальд (Zelichenok, Roal'd) 1981, 1985-1987

box 19, folder 8

Зисельс Иосиф (Zisel's, Iosif) 1985-1987

box 19, folder 8

Зотов Михаил (Zotov, Mikhail) 1985, 1987, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes photographs of Zotov's painting and letters
box 19, folder 8

Зубков Станислав (Zubkov, Stanislav) 1986

box 19, folder 8

Зуншайн Захар (Zunshaĭn, Zakhar) 1985-1987

 

Non-for profit human rights organizations 1980-1993

box 20, folder 1

Консультативный Совет по защите прав человека в СССР/The Advisory Council for the Defense of Human Rights in the USSR 1980-1983

Scope and Contents

Includes questionnaires of members, minutes, projects and plans, correspondence, appeals, and documents prepared by K. Liubarskii in 1979.
 

Center for Democracy/Center for Democracy in the USSR 1980-1993, undated

box 20, folder 2-3

Activity ideas 1980-1984

Scope and Contents

Research programs relating to human rights defense including freedom of press and communication, support to opposition in the USSR, cooperation with Moscow Helsinki Group and Консультативный совет по правам человека. Includes budget and research proposals
box 20, folder 4-9

Planning and organizational materials 1983-1984, undated

Scope and Contents

Yarim-Agaev's notes, founding documents, and feasibility study (draft and final document)
box 21, folder 1-5

Board of Directors 1985-1990

Scope and Contents

Board of Directors materials including Board elections documents, invitations, by-laws, minutes, and other papers.
 

Correspondence 1980-1992

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically

Scope and Contents

Correspondence with universities, foundations, the US Departments of State, mass media, and charitable organizations; requests for help from the Soviet Union.
box 21, folder 6-10

Incoming 1984-1988, undated

box 22, folder 1-6

Incoming 1989-1993

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence relating to the SFD dismissal and post-dismissal time.
box 22, folder 6-9

Outgoing 1985, 1987, undated

box 23, folder 1-6

Outgoing 1987-1992

box 23, folder 7-10

Research and project proposals 1984, 1991, undated

Arrangement

Arranged alphabeticaly by proposal title.
box 23, folder 7-9

B-I 1984-1991

Scope and Contents

Proposals for creation of bank of information, conferences, creation of charitable structures, Christian organizations, Crimean Tatars, freedom network, free university, internship program, etc.
box 24, folder 1-4

I-S 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

Proposals for creation of independent press, improvement in prison system, freedom network, free university, promoting democracy in Georgia, support of religious organizations, scholarly exchange, etc.
box 24, folder 5

Project Proposals to NED 1987-1991

box 24, folder 6

Exempt status application 1984-1993

box 24, folder 7-8

Fundraising 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence with various foundations and printed matter
box 25, folder 1

Taxes 1989-1993

Scope and Contents

Federal and New York city taxes
box 25, folder 2-3

Audit reports 1987-1992

Scope and Contents

Auditing performed by the National Endowment for Democracy and F&M Associate Certified Public Accountant, with related documents.
box 25, folder 4-8

Grants 1985-1992

Scope and Contents

Includes draft grant proposals, general information and documents relating to specific grants.
box 26, folder 1-9

Grants 1986-1991

Scope and Contents

Specific grants awarded to the Center for Democracy/Center for Democracy in the USSR
box 27, folder 1

Grants 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Specific grants awarded to the Center for Democracy/Center for Democracy in the USSR
box 27, folder 2-8

Program reports 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

Semiannual and annual reports, reports to National Endowment for Democracy, Five-Year Achievements report and plan, and programs overview
box 28, folder 1-8

Support of political prisoners in the USSR 1984-1991

Scope and Contents

Includes documents relating to travels to the USSR from abroad, lists of prisoners, Philip Sielegman file, and related correspondence
box 29, folder 1-6

Support of human rights activists in the USSR 1984-1986

Scope and Contents

Lists of contacts, needs for clothes and medications; of volunteers traveling to the Soviet Union and communication with them.
box 29, folder 7-11

Human rights violation watch 1985-1990

Scope and Contents

News from the USSR by the Center for Democracy; Rosenthal file relating to Perm-36 labor camp and public response to his article in New York Times of 23 April 1987; special courts in the USSR; and worldwide appeals and protests against human rights violation in the USSR.
 

Indepеndent press 1987-1992

box 30, folder 1-2

General 1987-1991

Scope and Contents

General information including required equipment, survey, and clippings
box 30, folder 3-9

Гласность, bi-weekly magazine 1987-1992

Scope and Contents

Administrative documents, plans, proposals, fundraising, advertising, and clippings
box 31, folder 1-9

Гласность 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

Contracts; correspondence; distribution system; subscription materials with related correspondence, etc.
box 32, folder 1-9

Гласность 1987-1990

Scope and Contents

Subscription, general. Includes list of subscribers
box 33, folder 1-9

Гласность 1987-1991

Scope and Contents

Subscription, general, and by individuals and organizations.
box 34, folder 1-10

Гласность 1987-1991

Scope and Contents

Subscription, by individual and organizations, including libraries, teachers, foreigners, cancelled subscription; press releases,
box 35, folder 1-9

Гласность 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Photo loans; production with related correspondence; galleys, proofs, and printed copies. Nos 12 -15. nos. 17, 18, 21
box 36, folder 1-9

Гласность 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Drafts, proofs, and one printed copy. Nos 21-25, 29
box 37, folder 1-10

Гласность 1989

Scope and Contents

Proofs, layouts, printed copies. Nos. 30-33. Includes supporting materials
box 38, folder 1-8

Экспресс-хроника, weekly biulletin 1987-1990

Scope and Contents

Administrative and supporting documents, reports, correspondence, fundraising, subscription. Galleys, nos. 11-22. Includes Yarim-Agaev notes
box 39, folder 1-8

Экспресс-хроника 1989

Scope and Contents

Galleys, nos. 26-45
box 40, folder 1-7

Экспресс-хроника 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Galleys, nos. 46-52, 1989; nos. 1-11, 1990
box 41, folder 1-8

Экспресс-хроника 1990

Scope and Contents

Galleys, nos. 12-33
box 42, folder 1-8

Экспресс-хроника 1990

Scope and Contents

Galleys, nos. 34-51
box 43, folder 1-3

Экспресс-хроника: Сводка новостей 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Drafts, nos. 2-44, 1990, nos. 1-7, 9-23, 1991. Includes Информационный бюллетень nos. 2-4, 1990.
box 43, folder 4-10

Express Chronicle 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

English language edition. Correspondence; proofs, nos. 11-51, 1989; nos 1-20, 1990.
box 44, folder 1-4

Express Chronicle 1990

Scope and Contents

Proofs, nos. 21-50
box 44, folder 5-6

Center for Democracy News service 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Weekly bulletin. Proofs, nos. 1-16.
box 44, folder 8-9

Public relations 1986-1987

Scope and Contents

Correspondence, contact information
box 45, folder 1-7

Defamation campaign against the Center for Democracy by the Nation magazine 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

The Nation file; correspondence, including letters in support of the Center for Democracy; explanatory documents; Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky) against the Nation legal documents and correspondence; Yarim-Agaev notes and explanations; and related clippings
box 46, folder 1-7

Drafts and notes circa 1985

Scope and Contents

Relate to the Center for Democracy planning, budget, management, and research proposals
box 46, folder 8-9

Post-SFD book and research proposals 1990-1993, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes SFD activities analyses; and Promoting Democracy in Georgia project materials
box 47, folder 1-8

Post-SFD project proposals undated

Scope and Contents

Materials relating to the Promoting Democracy in Georgia, Transition to Free Market, Transcom Internet Company, Sakharov Institute, and other projects. Includes contact lists and directories, equipment description, and Yarim-Agaev notes relating to the Independent Publishing System project
box 48, folder 1-2

Post-SFD project proposals undated

Scope and Contents

Lists of contacts relating to the Independent Publishing System project
box 48, folder 3-7

The American Foundation for Resistance International 1984-1993

Scope and Contents

Legal, financial and organizational documents, correspondence, and printed matter
 

Speeches and writings 1985-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes "Democracy and Human Rights" speech by Carl Gershman, President of the National Endowment for Democracy, presented at the Symposium on International Human Rights and US Foreign Policy on December 9, 1988
box 48, folder 8

"Assessment of the Current Situation in the Soviet Union" circa 1990

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 48, folder 8

"Can Nationality Problem Be Resolved Within the Framework of Socialism" circa 1988

box 48, folder 8

"Can the Soviet Crisis Be Resolved Within the Framework of Socialism" circa 1988

box 48, folder 8

"Can We Promote Democratization in the Communist Countries" circa 1987

box 48, folder 8

"The Estimation of Personal Income Taxes in the USSR" circa 1985

box 48, folder 8

"How to Open a Closed Society" circa 1985

box 48, folder 8

"Human Rights and Democratization in the USSR: Is There Any Possible Conflict Between Them?" 1989 October

box 48, folder 9

"Independent Publications and the Soviet Official Press" circa 1989

box 48, folder 9

"Political Prisoners in the Soviet Union" 1988

box 48, folder 9

"So Much for a Free Market" circa 1988

box 48, folder 9

"Statement at the Press Conference" circa 1986

box 48, folder 9

"Testimony to the Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe" circa 1987

box 48, folder 9

"Trade with the Soviet Union" circa 1988

box 48, folder 9

"US-USSR Relations" 1985

box 48, folder 9

"Who Will Shape the New World Order" circa 1986

box 48, folder 10

"Why Don't Soviet Workers Strike" undated

box 48, folder 11

Drafts and notes undated

Scope and Contents

Relate to disarmament
box 49, folder 1-3

Drafts and notes 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Relate to exchange of dissidents for Soviet spies, science in modern world, philosophy, economy, nationality issues, Acad. Sakharov, etc.
 

Writings by others 1977, 1994, undated

box 49, folder 4

Alburt, Lev. "Soviet Fear of Defection" undated

Scope and Contents

Typescript.
box 49, folder 4

Alburt, Lev and Larry Parr. "Will Gorbachev, Like Lenin, Always Be with Us?" undated

Scope and Contents

Includes Parr's CV
box 49, folder 4

Baran, Paul. "Some Perspective on Networks - Past, Present and Future" 1977

Scope and Contents

1977 IFIP Congress Proceedings, photocopy. Includes letter from Albert Wohlstetter to IEEE Award Board nominating Baran for the Alexander Graham Bell Award
box 49, folder 4

Bidinotto, Robert James. "Meeting the Soviet Threat" 1984

Scope and Contents

An Interview with Yuri Tuvim, in the On Principle magazine, Vol III, No. 17. Photocopy
box 49, folder 4

Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky), Vladimir 1981-1982, 1991

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 49, folder 4

"Babylon Revisited" 1991 April 25

box 49, folder 4

"Better red than dead is not good enough" 1981 December 4

Scope and Contents

The Times magazine. Photocopy.
box 49, folder 4

"The Peace Movement & the Soviet Union" 1982 May

Scope and Contents

Published in The Commentary magazine
box 49, folder 4

" Red Dawn" 1981 February

Scope and Contents

Interview with Vladimir Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky) in New Dimensions. Photocopy
box 49, folder 5

Фельдман, Александр. "Четыре рептильных цвета". 1985

Scope and Contents

Typescript. Includes poems by V. Marchenko
box 49, folder 5

Feldman, A. "Letter to the Editor of the Jerusalem Post 1985

box 49, folder 5

Френкель (?), Владимир. Poems undated

Scope and Contents

Typescript.
box 49, folder 5

Gajauskas, Balys. "Peace: Nominal or Real" 1982

Scope and Contents

Gajauskas was a prisoner of the Kuchino concentration camp
box 49, folder 5

Gershman, Carl. "Democracy and Human Rights" 1988 December 9

Scope and Contents

A speech presented at the Symposium on International Human Rights and US Foreign Policy
box 49, folder 5

Jameson, Lisa. "Soviet Propaganda: On the offensive in the eighties" 1985

box 49, folder 6

Калабугин Евгений. «"Верховно-Советский парламент" Эстонии - каков он?» 1991 July 25

box 49, folder 6

Костава Мераб. "Для чего нужна национальная армия" 1988

box 49, folder 6

Медведкова Ольга. Интервью для БиБиСи 1986 October 10

box 49, folder 6

Мясников Алексей. "Права человека в политической жизни (Проблема правозащиты в неформальном движении)" 1990 July 7

Scope and Contents

Выступение на Всесоюзной конференции "Народный архив" в Историко-архивном институте в Москве.
box 49, folder 6

Parr, Larry. Untitled circa 1986

Scope and Contents

Draft, typescript.
box 49, folder 6

Пивоваров Августин. "О Советском бедламе: Психиатрическая тюрьма" circa 1986

box 49, folder 6

Подрабинек Александр and Владимир Корсунский. "Хроника смутного времени" 1989

Scope and Contents

Interview relating to publication and distribution of Экспресс-Хроника periodicals. Typescript.
 

Raig, Ivan. 1971-1973

box 49, folder 6

"Some Problems Rеstoring Farm Economy in Estonia" 1973

box 49, folder 6

"From Asia to Europe: The Evidence of Crisis of Soviet Imperium in Estonia" 1971

box 49, folder 6

Reddaway, Peter. "Why have America's Churches Fallen into a Soviet Trap?" circa 1987

box 49, folder 7

Stadnikov, Sergeĭ. "The Empire and the People" 1988 September 24

Scope and Contents

Speech at the Forum for Nationalities, Estonia. Typescript.
box 49, folder 7

Tuvim, Yuri. "We Must Not Deal with a Dangerous Man" 1985 March 12

Scope and Contents

USA Today. Photocopy
box 49, folder 7

Unidentified. "Drug addiction in the USSR" 1987, undated

Scope and Contents

Translated into English by Catherine Young
box 49, folder 7

Vilenskaia, Larisa. "The Light", A Collection of poems circa 1994

Scope and Contents

Photocopy
 

Wohlstetter, Albert 1989

box 49, folder 7

"Prudence with all Deliberate Speed" 1989 December 8

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 49, folder 7

"When Empires Are Falling, Daring Is Prudence, " 1989 December 12

Scope and Contents

The Wall Street Journal, 1989 December 12. Includes a letter from A. Wohlstetter to Y. Yarim-Agaev of December 15, 1989
box 49, folder 7

Завойский Константин. "Что мы знаем о Чернобыле" circa 1989

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 49, folder 7

Завойский Константин and Владимир Крыловский. "С чего начинается партия и чем это может кончиться для страны?" circa 1990

Scope and Contents

Typescript
 

Conferences and Symposiums 1982-1994

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically
box 49, folder 8

Madrid, Helsinki Accord Session 1982

box 49, folder 8

Worldview and Hispanics in the USA, California 1984

box 49, folder 9-10

Andrei Sakharov Institute conference at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford California 1984 September 14-15

Scope and Contents

Includes supporting material, proceedings, and correspondence
box 50, folder 1

Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, New York City 1985 September-October

box 50, folder 2-3

Московский международный семинар по гуманитарным проблемам 1987 December

Scope and Contents

Includes supporting material, appeals, and correspondence
box 50, folder 4

Львовское совещание представителей национально-демократических движений народов СССР 1988 June

Scope and Contents

Includes Statement of the Ukrainian Helsinki group
box 50, folder 5

Freedom House Symposium on the Nationalities Question in the USSR: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and the Crimean Tatars 1988 July

Scope and Contents

Minutes and printed matter
box 50, folder 6

The Sixteenth Annual Conservative Political Action Conference, Washington DC 1989 February

box 50, folder 6

The Democratic Revolution conference, Washington DC 1989 May 1-2

box 50, folder 6

Keston USA Seminar, Boston MA 1989 April

Scope and Contents

Presentation by Tengis Gudava
box 50, folder 6

The Greater Metropolitan New York Social Studies Conference 1989

Scope and Contents

Correspondence and flyers
box 50, folder 7

Совещание представителей Национально-демократических движений, Нью-Йорк 1989 May

Scope and Contents

Includes related documents of December 1989
box 50, folder 8

Madrid Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe 1989

Scope and Contents

Correspondence and Yarim-Agaev's notes
box 50, folder 9-10

Paris Conference on the Democratic Alternative in the Soviet Bloc 1989 May 9-10

Scope and Contents

Supporting materials, proposals, proceedings, declaration, resolution, correspondence, contacts list, participants list, drafts and notes, printed matter, and related interview of Eduard Gudava.
box 51, folder 1-3

Paris Conference on the Democratic Alternative in the Soviet Bloc 1989 May 9-10

box 51, folder 4-8

The Peaceful Road to Democracy Conference, Prague 1990 July 4-6

Scope and Contents

Preliminary materials, invitations, correspondence, including a letter to Václav Havel, declaration, appeals, resolutions, and notes and clippings
box 51, folder 9

Oiso Conference, Japan 1990

Scope and Contents

"Economic and Security Policy in a Period of Drastic Change," presentation paper by Albert Wohlstetter and correspondence
box 51, folder 10

The First Falzmann Memorial Symposium circa 1994

 

Subject file 1973-1995

 

Human rights organizations 1973-1991

box 52, folder 1

Amnesty International USA 1980-1984

Scope and Contents

Press-releases, Yarim-Agaev's notes, printed matter, etc.
box 52, folder 2-3

Andrei Sakharov Institute project 1982-1987

Scope and Contents

Includes project information, feasibility study, grant information, correspondence, internship applications.
box 52, folder 4-5

Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe 1978, 1983-1990

Scope and Contents

Testimonies of Liudmila Alekseeva and Yuri Yarim- Agarev, press releases, digests, correspondence, and other documents
box 52, folder 6

Coordinating Center in Support of National Democratic Movement in Soviet Еmpire 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Resolutions, communique, and declaration
box 52, folder 7

Direct Relief International 1987, 1990, undated

box 52, folder 7

Freedom House 1987

box 52, folder 8

International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Printed matter
box 52, folder 9-10

International Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights 1979-1981, 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Documents of regional Helsinki groups in Moscow, Armenia, Lithuania, and Ukraine and report of experts on Hearings on Human Rights in the USSR
box 52, folder 11

International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War 1973-1986

Scope and Contents

Appeal, speech of Bernard Low, MD, co-president, at the Closing Plenary Session of the Sixth World Congress, with related letter and printed matter.
box 53, folder 1

Physicians for Human Rights 1986-1988

Scope and Contents

Organizational papers
box 53, folder 2

Public Group to Promote Observance of Helsinki Agreement in the USSR 1976-1981

Scope and Contents

Information on violation of human rights in the USSR
box 53, folder 3

Raoul Wallenberg Committee of the United States 1985-1987

Scope and Contents

Working documents including correspondence (copies) and printed matter
box 53, folder 4

War and Peace Foundation circa 1991

Scope and Contents

Petition for World Peace and Security by 2020 and address lists
box 53, folder 5

World Without War Council 1985-1990

Scope and Contents

Informational letters, correspondence, leaflets
box 53, folder 6-7

Miscellaneous human rights organizations 1980-1985

 

Union of Councils for Soviet Jews 1980-1995

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.
box 53, folder 8-9

UCSJ structure 1980-1986

Scope and Contents

Information on various Jewish organizations, promotional and networking materials
box 54, folder 1-3

Board material 1990-1995

Scope and Contents

Includes memorandums, instructions , meeting minutes, open letters, financial documents
box 54, folder 4-6

Soviet Jews 1993-1995

Scope and Contents

Documents relating to the situation with Jewish population in Russia and former Soviet republics
box 54, folder 7-10

Emigration of Soviet Jews 1987-1993

Scope and Contents

Documents relating to emigration of Soviet Jews, including invitations to people seeking asylum in the US and emigration of population of Il'inka village converted to Judaism
box 55, folder 1-2

Emigration of Soviet Jews 1993-1995

Scope and Contents

Correspondence; congressional and governmental documents
 

Printed matter 1991-1995

box 55, folder 3-4

Clippings 1993-1995

Arrangement

Arranged chronologically
box 55, folder 5-6

News from UCSJ 1985-1995

Scope and Contents

Includes Action Alerts publications
box 55, folder 7, 8

UCSJ Monitor 1993-1995

box 55, folder 9

1991 Congressional Handbook for Soviet Jewry 1991

box 55, folder 10

USJF Foreign Policy Symposium proceedings 1991

 

Perestroĭka in the Soviet Union 1983-1991

box 56, folder 1

Army 1983-1989

Scope and Contents

Printed matter and clippings
box 56, folder 2

Chernobyl nuclear accident 1986

box 56, folder 2-5

Economy 1986-1990

Scope and Contents

Includes articles by John H. Moore and Tat'iana Zaslavskaia (Татьяна Заславская), materials on economic reforms and about Moskovskiĭ Bankovskiĭ Soiuz (Московский Банковский Союз), clippings, etc.
box 56, folder 6

Freedom of Communication 1986-1988

box 56, folder 7-8

Gorbachev, Mikhail (Горбачев, Михаил) 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Materials re Gorbachev-Reagan Geneva and Moscow summits, publications about Gorbachev (photocopies), clippings.
 

Human rights 1982-1991

box 56, folder 9

General 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Second World Press press-releases, clippings, correspondence, etc.
box 56, folder 10

Labor camps 1984-1986

Scope and Contents

Surveys, personal information about political prisoners, and other documents
box 57, folder 1-3

Labor Camps 1987-1991

Scope and Contents

Press-releases, reviews, lists of prisoners, documents relating to Perm-35 labor camp, clippings, etc.
box 57, folder 4

KGB (Комитет государственной безопасности) 1982, 1991

Scope and Contents

Clippings and printed matter
box 57, folder 5-6

Legal system 1982-1989

box 57, folder 7

Mass media 1987-1989

box 57, folder 8

Nationalities problem 1987-1989

box 57, folder 9

Political cartoons 1987

 

Political life 1983-1991

box 57, folder 10

General 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence
box 57, folder 11

Демократическая партия Российской Федерации 1990, undated

box 57, folder 12

Демократический Союз 1988-1990

box 57, folder 13

Democratic foundations and institutions 1988-1992, undated

Scope and Contents

Documents relating to the fond "Демократическая Россия" and Российский благотворительный общественный фонд "Российская оппозиция", "Право матери", etc. Includes correspondence
box 58, folder 1

Human Rights movement 1991

Scope and Contents

Includes materials of Moscow Helsinki Group; letters from E. Bonner, G. Starovoĭtova; and essay by A. Smirnov, member of Moscow Helsinki group.
box 58, folder 2-3

Independent Trade Unions 1989-1991

box 58, folder 4

Конгресс соотечественников 1991

box 58, folder 5

Libertarian Party of Russia (project) 1990

box 58, folder 6

Международное общество советских политзаключенных 1988

Scope and Contents

Includes correspondence, statements, and other documents
box 58, folder 7-8

Московская группа по установлению доверия между Востоком и Западом 1986-1987

box 58, folder 9

Общество Мемориал 1988-1990

box 58, folder 10

Общество Память 1986-1989

box 58, folder 11

Peace Movement 1983-1990

box 58, folder 12

Радикальная организация "За мир и свободу" 1989

box 58, folder 13

Republican Party of the Russian Federation (project) 1990

box 58, folder 14

Свободное межпрофессиональное объединение трудящихся (СНОТ) circa 1985

Scope and Contents

Includes materials of the Peremeny initiative group
box 58, folder 15

Unofficial religious groups 1987-1989

box 58, folder 16

Workers' Movement 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Appeals, minutes, and petitons issued by trade union and workers of the Avtozavod imeni Leniskogo komsomola (Автозавод имени Ленинского комсомола - АЗЛК). Includes printed matter
box 58, folder 17

Public opinion poll 1990

 

Soviet republics 1986-1991, undated

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically
box 59, folder 1

A-B 1986-1990

Scope and Contents

Armenia, Azerbaijan, Baltic states
box 59, folder 2

C-G 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Chechen Republic, Estonia, and Georgia
box 59, folder 3

Karelia 1986, 1989

box 59, folder 4

Kazakhstan 1986-2987

box 59, folder 5-7

Latvia 1987-1989

box 59, folder 8-9

Lithuania 1986-1991

box 60, folder 1

M-U 1986, 1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Moldova, Nagorno- Karabakh, Tajikistan, Turkmenia, and Ukraine
box 60, folder 2

Socialist camp and socialist camp leaning countries 1987-1990

Scope and Contents

Hungary, Nicaragua, Poland, Romania
box 84

Miscellaneous commentary on perestroika 1980-1993

box 60, folder 3-9

"Russians are Here" 1983-1984

Scope and Contents

Analyses of the documentary by Anti-Defamation League
box 60, folder 10-11

Soviet Foreign Policy 1985-1989

Scope and Contents

Alexander Dallin draft presentation, notes, press-releases, and clippings
box 60, folder 12

Trade opportunities 1987-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes list of contacts
 

Photographs 1979-1991

 

By geographical name 1979-1991

box 61, folder 1-2

Armenia 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Depict Yerevan airport, Spitak, Leninakan, and Stepanavan earthquakes, and unrest in Armenia
box 61, folder 3

Azerbaijan 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Depict Soviet military forces in Baku and conflict in Nagornyi Karabakh
box 61, folder 4

Belarus (Byelorussia) 1989

box 61, folder 4

Crimean Tatars 1988

box 61, folder 5-9

Estonia 1987-1991

Scope and Contents

Depict demonstrations and rallies for independence
box 61, folder 10

Georgia 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Demonstration, commemoration service
box 61, folder 11

Latvia 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Demonstrations, street scenes; Ivars Godmanis, prime minister of Latvia; funerals of Roberts Mūrnieks; and protests against Soviet occupation of Latvia
box 62, folder 1-2

Lithuania 1979, 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Processions, cross-bearing, Soviet military forces and militia, anti-military picket, cardinal Vincentas Sladkevičius, Kazimera Prunskiene, posters and caricatures of Gorbachev.
 

Russian Federation 1984-1991

box 62, folder 3

Иркутск 1989

Scope and Contents

Meeting against VChK-GPU-NKVD-KGB
box 62, folder 3

Казань 1985

Scope and Contents

Street scenes
box 62, folder 3

Ленинград 1988, 1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Street scenes, rallies, meetings, city views
box 62, folder 4-10

Москва 1984-1991

Scope and Contents

Street scenes, demonstrations, pickets, protest meetings, vigils on the National Political Prisoners Day, burning of Komsomol membership cards, police forces, lines at the US Embassy, meetings of Democratic Union, etc.
box 62, folder 11

Украина 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Demonstrations before elections in Kyїv (Київ) and L'viv (Львiв)
 

Subject file 1971-1990

box 63, folder 1-2

Anti-KPSS movement 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Rallies, demonstrations, and public trials of KPSS
box 63, folder 3

Changes in everyday life 1990

Scope and Contents

Opening of McDonalds and other foreign restaurants, food carts, night clubs, and beauty contests; flowers sale on city streets, etc.
box 63, folder 4

Democratic organizations Moscow streets 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Демократический союз, Русский народный фронт, Свободная миграция, Социалистическая Россия
box 63, folder 5

Ecology 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Rallies in defense of animals, air pollution by Severonikel' Works (Североникель), and Astrakhan' Gas Complex (Астраханский газовый комплекс), birds in Moscow and Murmansk
box 63, folder 6

Economic situation 1988-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Homeless people, lines at food stores, poverty, destruction, and experimental bakeries
box 63, folder 7

Экспресс-Хроника 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Sale of the newspaper in various districts of Moscow; distributors and stands; search of the office and arrest of distributors
box 63, folder 8

Election rallies 1990

box 63, folder 9

Freedom of migration rallies 1989

box 63, folder 10

Honoring Lenin meetings 1990

box 63, folder 11

Independent press 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Photographs depicting the First Congress of the Association of Independent Journalists, sales of independent and Samizdat publications, and arrest of Samizdat distributors
box 63, folder 12

Intellectual life 1984, 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Arbat street reading of Solzhenitsyn works and poetry; art sales and art exhibitions; Vladimir Vysotskiĭ gravesite; and Biloxi Blues performance in Leningrad.
box 64, folder 1

Miners' Strikes 1989-1991

Scope and Contents

Prints depicting miners' strikes in Donetsk and Pavlograd; hunger strike with participation of Denisenko, Deputy Minister of Health; rallies, etc.
box 64, folder 2

Orphanages undated

box 64, folder 3

Nationalistic movements 1988-1991

Scope and Contents

Общество Память, Российский народный фронт, Российский нацональный фронт, and anti-Semitic demonstrations in Leningrad.
box 64, folder 4

Places of confinement and exile 1971-1990

Scope and Contents

Photographs of prisons and psychiatric hospitals, camps in Siberia, and abandoned Salekhard-Igarka camp, including photo of a poster from the camp
box 64, folder 5

Religion 1985-1990

Scope and Contents

Protests against suppression of religious freedom; deteriorating churches and a church in Kazan' converted to a storage.
box 64, folder 6

Repressions 1988-1989

Scope and Contents

Arrest and trial of Sergeĭ Kuznetsov (Сергей Кузнецов); psychiatric abuse, ОМОН (отряд мобильный особого назначениа) used against peaceful meetings.
box 64, folder 7

Social injustice 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Homeless people and neglected children, poverty; protests of families with many children against negligence of authorities
box 64, folder 8

Soviet army 1986-1990

Scope and Contents

Army maneuvers, help in Spitak (Armnenia), military band, disabled veteran of Afghan war, Cossacks, etc.
box 64, folder 9

Transnistria conflict 1990 November

Scope and Contents

Demonstrations, protests, armed forces, etc.
box 64, folder 10

Miscellaneous photographs 1988-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Cartoons, city views, map of Moscow gangs, etc.
box 64, folder 11

Unidentified. "Drug addiction in the USSR" undated

 

By personal name 1995, undated

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by person's last name according to English alphabet
box 65, folder 1

A-Е 1979, undated

Scope and Contents

Паруйр Айрикян, Heiki Ahonen, Владимир Альбрехт, Сильва Авагян, Василий and Галина Барац, Виктор Бахмин with Даниил Йофе, Леонид Брежнев (caricature), Мустафа Джемилев, Ефим Эпштейн (Epshteĭn)
box 65, folder 2

G 1987-1989, undated

Scope and Contents

Александр Галич, Звиад Гамсахурдиа, Семен Глузман, Микола Горбаль, Михаил Горбачев (3 prints and cartoon), Петро and Зинаида Григоренко, Сергей Григорянц, Эдуард and Тенгиз Гудава
box 65, folder 3

I-K 1987-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Глеб Якунин (Iakunin), Михаил Казачков (in Chistopol prison), Иван Ковалев and Татьяна Осипова, Михаил Кукобака, Виктор Кузин, and Сергей Кузнецов
box 65, folder 4

L-N undated

Scope and Contents

Мальва Ланда, Александр Лавут, Нина Лисовская, Сергей Лосев, Ольга Лубман, Лев (Левко) Лукьяненко, Анатолий Марченко, Эдуард Молчанов, Виктор Некипелов , Mart Niklus (4 prints and 1 negative), and Валерия Новодворская
box 65, folder 5

O-S 1982-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Константин Осташвили, Lagle Parek, Александр Подрабинек, Кирилл Попов, Андрей Сахаров and Елена Боннер
box 65, folder 6

S-V 1987-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

Василий Селюнин, Валерий Сендеров, Вадим Симонов, Юрой Скубло, Алексей Смирнов, Анатолий Собчак, Петер Старчик, Євген Сверстюк (ukr.), Іван Світличний (ukr.), Натан Щаранский (Shcharanskiĭ), Александр Солженицын, Галина Старовойтова, Лев Тимофеев, Enn Tarto, Леонид Терновский (with his family and Вячеслав Бахмин), Татьяна Великанова, and Александр Вологодский
box 65, folder 7

Ярим-Агаев, Юрий (Yarim-Agaev, Yuri) 1980, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes prints depicting Yarim-Agaev with President Reagan, Lev Alburt and Larry Parr, and Sergeĭ Grigoriants
box 65, folder 8

Ельцин, Борис (Yeltsin, Boris) 1989-1990

box 65, folder 9

Y 1988, 1990

Scope and Contents

Дмитрий Язов and Avo Yuprus
 

Printed matter 1972-1995

Arrangement

Arrranged alphabetically by title
box 66, folder 1-10

General 1979-1993

Scope and Contents

Periodicals, bulletins, and newsletters including publications of the Amnesty International, Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, International Association on the Political Use of Psychiatry, and America's Future bulletin
box 67, folder 1-10

General 1972, 1987-1995

Scope and Contents

Includes "Устав связи Союза СССР", Бюллетень таможенной информации, Слово, and Soviet Events bulletins, Action for Post-Soviet Jewry Monitor, and publications of the National Endowment for Democracy and Union of Councils for Soviet Jews
box 68, folder 1-6

General 1987-1993

Scope and Contents

Includes publications on the US foreign policy, and other miscellaneous publications
 

Independent press 1979-1991

box 68, folder 7-10

Агенство ДС-Информ 1990-1991

box 69, folder 1

Агенство ДС-Информ 1991

box 69, folder 2

Free Press International Report 1990 July-December

box 69, folder 3-4

Iberia News Agency 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Information from Georgia
box 69, folder 5-6

Lithuanian Movement Sajudis 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Information from Lithuania
box 69, folder 7

Український вісник 1988

Scope and Contents

Nos.11&12
 

Samizdat 1979-1990

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by title
box 69, folder 8-9

General 1979-1990, undated

Scope and Contents

The Samizdat Bulletin with supporting documents
box 69, folder 10

Бюллетень христианской общественности 1989

box 69, folder 11

Bulletin of Christian opinion 1988

box 70, folder 1

Гражданское достоинство 1987

box 70, folder 1

Ленинградский еврейский альманах 1984

box 70, folder 2

Меркурий 1987

box 70, folder 2-6

News Network International 1988-1990

Scope and Contents

Reports events concerning the church under restrictions. Includes World Perspectivesand MNI Review supplements
box 70, folder 7-10

Права человека 1989-1990

Scope and Contents

Nos. 6, 10-12, 14, 15
box 71, folder 1

List of political prisoners in the USSR 1983 May 1

Scope and Contents

Second English Edition of a special issue of Вести из СССР - Права человека
box 71, folder 2

RFE/RL Материалы Самиздата 1989

box 71, folder 3

Samizdat Press Agency 1989

Scope and Contents

Published in coopearation with London Times. Includes correspondence and clippings
box 71, folder 4-5

Ukrainian Press Agency 1989

box 71, folder 6

Вестник Совета по экологии и культуре 1987

box 71, folder 7

Журнал журналов 1987

 

Clippings 1976-1994

box 72, folder 1-7

By geographical name 1976-1991

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by geographical name

Scope and Contents

Africa, Albania, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia (Belarus), Bulgaria, China, Crimea, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Eastern Europe, Estonia, Georgia, Karelia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Russia (Krasnoiarsk, Leningrad, Siberia), Ukraine, Uzbekistan
 

Soviet Union 1976 -1990

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject
box 72, folder 8-10

A-E 1984-1991

Scope and Contents

Relates to Americans residing in the SU; army, including internal troops in Armenia (Nagorno-Karabakh); Chernobyl; computers, crime, defectors, disabled people, dissidents, drug abuse, ecology, economy, and emigration
box 73, folder 1

F-M 1976, 1986-1990

Scope and Contents

Relates to food supplies; forced labor camps; homosexuality , human rights, informal parties, Jews and Germans, KGB, KPSS, laws, mafia, mass media, and migrants
box 73, folder 2

N 1987-1990

Scope and Contents

National issues, new parties
box 73, folder 3

People 1990-1991

Scope and Contents

Юрий Афанасьев, Олег Калугин, Рой Медведев, Борис Пуго, Борис Ельцин
box 73, folder 3

P 1984-1991

Scope and Contents

Police, power structure, propaganda/disinformation, protest movement
box 73, folder 4-5

R 1985-1990

Scope and Contents

Referendum; and religion (Hare Krishna)
box 73, folder 6

S-W 1990

Scope and Contents

Sociology; and workers' movement
box 73, folder 7-9

War in Afghanistan 1984-1989

 

United States 1985-1991

box 74, folder 1-3

American Bar Association 1985-1987

box 74, folder 4-5

C-E 1985-1991

Scope and Contents

Citizens Initiative in US Politics, Congress : Human rights caucus and members; conservative organizations; embassy in Moscow
box 74, folder 6

Seattle Peace and Freedom Coalition 1987-1988

box 74, folder 7-9

Student Struggle for Soviet Jewry 1986-1989

 

USSR-US relations 1976-1994

box 75, folder 1-2

Cultural exchange 1986-1990, undated

box 75, folder 3-5

Strategic defense Initiative (SDI) 1976, 1983-1988

box 75, folder 6

Summits 1987, 1989

box 75, folder 7-9

Miscellaneous 1980-1990

box 74, folder 10

U-Y 1986-1990

Scope and Contents

Uzbekistan and Yugoslavia
 

Oversize material 1983-1994

Arrangement

Arranged by format
box 76, folder 1-4

Printed matter 1987-1989

Scope and Contents

Гласность: Supporting materials; issues nos. 10, 11, 23-20 (published), nos. 26-27 (galleys), 28-29 (work in progress)
 

By subject 1983-1992

Arrangement

Mostly clippings also arranged by size so the topical groupings can repeat in Boxes 81-82
 

Soviet Union 1983-1992

 

Perestroĭka 1983-1990

box 77, folder 1

Army 1983-1988

box 77, folder 1

Economy 1987

box 77, folder 1

Human rights violation 1984-1987

Scope and Contents

Include materials relating to women in the Gulag
box 77, folder 1

Human rights support from abroad 1986-1987

box 77, folder 1

KGB (Комитет государственной безопасности) 1986-1988

 

By personal name 1983-1990

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by person's last name
box 77, folder 2

Aĭrikian, Paruĭr (Айрикян Паруйр) 1988

box 77, folder 2

Grivnina, Irina (Гривнина Ирина 1983

box 77, folder 2

Gudava, Tenghiz (Гудава Тенгиз) 1985-1987

box 77, folder 2

Iakunin, Gleb (Якунин Глеб) 1987

box 77, folder 2

Magarik, Alekseĭ (Магарик Алексей) 1987

box 77, folder 2

Marchenko, Valeriĭ (Марченко Валерий) 1985

box 77, folder 2

Markus, Sergeĭ (Маркус Сергей) 1984

box 77, folder 2

Matusevich, Ol'ga (Матусевич Ольга) 1985

box 77, folder 2

Murzhenko, Alekseĭ (Мурженко Алексей) 1985

box 77, folder 2

Niklus, Mart (Никлус Март) 1988

box 77, folder 2

Nozhak, Ol'ga (Ножак Ольга) 1987

box 77, folder 2

Ogorodnikov, Aleksandr (Огородников Александр) 1986

box 77, folder 2

Ogurtsov, Igor' (Огурцов Игорь) 1986

box 77, folder 3

Osipova, Tat'iana and Ivan Kovalev (Осипова Татьяна and Иван Ковалев) 1987

box 77, folder 3

Popovych, Oksana (Попович Оксана), (ukr) 1987

box 77, folder 3

Riga, Sandr (Рига Сандр) 1986

box 77, folder 3

Sadunajte, Nijole 1987

box 77, folder 3

Sakharov, Andreĭ (Сахаров Андрей) 1984

box 77, folder 3

Seitmuratova, Aĭshe (Сеитмуратова Айше) 1990

box 77, folder 3

Senderov, Valeriĭ (Сендеров Валерий) 1987

box 77, folder 3

Serebrov, Feliks (Серебров Феликс) 1981

box 77, folder 3

Shatravka, Aleksandr (Шатравка Александр) 1984, 1987

box 77, folder 3

Shumuk, Danylo (Шумук Данило), (ukr) 1987

box 77, folder 4

Stus, Vasyl' (Стус Василь), (ukr) 1985

box 77, folder 4

Svetushkin, Sergeĭ (Светушкин Сергей) 1987

box 77, folder 4

Sysoev, Viacheslav (Сысоев Вячеслав) 1987

box 77, folder 4

Terelia, Igor' (Тереля Игорь) 1987

box 77, folder 4

Terliatskas, Anton 1985

box 77, folder 4

Velikanova, Tat'iana (Великанова Татьяна) 1984

box 77, folder 4

Vil'chtskaia, Galina and Zinaida (Вильницкая Галина and Зинаида) 1987

box 77, folder 4

Volkov, Iegor (Волков Егор) 1985-1987

 

By subject 1984-1992

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject
box 78, folder 1

Book reviews 1987

box 78, folder 1

Chernobyl nuclear accident 1990

box 78, folder 1

Cooperation with Western countries 1988, undated

box 78, folder 1

Culture 1990

box 78, folder 1

Disabled people 1983, 1985-1987

box 78, folder 1

Dissidents 1983-1989

box 78, folder 1

Drug abuse 1987-1988

box 78, folder 1

Defectors 1987

box 78, folder 1

Emigration 1986-1987, 1990

Scope and Contents

Includes materials on separated families
box 78, folder 2-4

By geographical name 1987-1992

Scope and Contents

Materials relating to Armenia, Azerbaijan, Czechoslovakia, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Nagorno-Karabakh, Nicaragua, Russian Federation (Siberia), Tadzhikistan, Transcaucasia, Ukraine, and Yugoslavia
 

By subject

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject
box 79, folder 1

Freedom of communication 1987

box 79, folder 1

Jews and Germans 1990

box 79, folder 1

Law 1986

box 79, folder 1

Mafia 1990

box 79, folder 1

Mass media 1987

 

Perestroĭka 1990-1991

box 79, folder 1

Army 1990-1991

box 79, folder 2

Democratic Deputies in the Supreme Soviet 1990

box 79, folder 2

Economy 1990

box 79, folder 2

Food supplies 1990

box 79, folder 2

Laws 1990

box 79, folder 2

Local news 1990

box 79, folder 2

Mass media 1990

 

Personal files 1989-1991

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by person's last name
box 79, folder 3

Afans'ev, Iuriĭ (Афанасьев Юрий) 1990

box 79, folder 3

Aliev, Geĭdar (Алиев Гейдар) 1990-1991

box 79, folder 3

Aksiushits, Viktor (Аксюшиц Виктор) 1990

box 79, folder 3

Boldyrev, Iuriĭ (Болдырев Юрий) circa 1990

box 79, folder 3

Gorbachev, Mikhail (Горбачев Михаил) 1989-1990

box 79, folder 3

Orlov, Iuriĭ (Орлов Юрий) 1986

box 79, folder 3

Sakharov, Andreĭ (Сахаров Андрей) 1990

box 79, folder 3

Shevardnadze, Eduard (Шеварднадзе Эдуард) 1990

box 79, folder 3

Sobchak, Anatoliĭ (Собчак Анатолий) 1991

box 79, folder 3

Tarasov, Artem (Тарасов Артем) 1991

box 79, folder 3

Yeltsin, Boris (Ельцин Борис) 1990-1991

 

Political parties/movements 1990-1991

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by political party name
box 79, folder 4

Anarchists 1990

box 79, folder 4

Демократическая Россия 1990

box 79, folder 4

Демократический Союз 1990

box 79, folder 4

Human rights movement 1990

box 79, folder 4

Informal groups 1990

box 79, folder 4

КПСС 1990-1991

box 79, folder 4

Общество "Память" 1990

box 79, folder 4

Worker's movement 1990-1991

box 80, folder 1

Political prisoners 1990

box 80, folder 1

Power structure 1990

box 80, folder 1

Psychiatric abuse 1990

box 80, folder 1

Propaganda/disinformation 1986-1988

box 80, folder 1

Reforms 1990-1991

box 80, folder 1

Religion 1990

box 80, folder 2

Repressions circa 1990

box 80, folder 2

Scientists 1990

box 80, folder 2

Small peoples 1990

box 80, folder 2

Sociology 1984-1990

 

Unites States 1980-1991, undated

box 80, folder 3

Unites States Congress members 1987

box 80, folder 3

US-Soviet relations 1985-1988

Scope and Contents

Includes materials on Strategic Defense Initiative.
box 80, folder 4

Miscellanea 1980-1991, undated

 

Soviet Union (continued) 1986-1991

Arrangement

Mostly clippings also arranged by size so the topical groupings can repeat in Boxes 77-80
box 81, folder 1

Army 1990-1991

box 81, folder 1

Chernobyl nuclear accident 1986-1987

box 81, folder 1

Ecology 1987-1990

box 81, folder 1

Economy 1986-1990

box 81, folder 1

Emigration 1986-1990

 

Human rights violation 1989-1991

box 81, folder 2

Forced labor camps 1989-1991

box 81, folder 2

KGB (Комитет государственной безопасности) 1990

box 81, folder 2

Moscow City Soviet (Моссовет) 1989-1990

box 81, folder 2

Law: Campaign against alcohol consumption 1990

box 81, folder 3

Nationality problems 1990

 

Perestroĭka 1987-1991

box 81, folder 3

Army 1990

box 81, folder 3

Kalugin, Oleg (Калугин Олег) 1990

box 81, folder 3

Popov, Gavriil (Попов Гавриил) 1990

box 81, folder 3

Political parties 1990-1991

box 81, folder 3

Reforms 1987-1991

box 81, folder 3

Sociology 1987

 

United States 1986-1988

box 81, folder 4

Conservative organizations 1986

box 81, folder 4

Embassy 1987

box 81, folder 4

Arm race 1987

box 81, folder 4

Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI) 1986-1987

box 81, folder 5

Washington Summit 1987

box 81, folder 5

Moscow Summit 1988

 

By geographical name 1986-1990

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by geographcal name
box 82, folder 1

China 1986-1987

box 82, folder 1

Crimea 1990

box 82, folder 1

Estonia 1990

box 82, folder 1

Russian Federation 1990

box 82, folder 1

Uzbekistan 1990

box 82, folder 1

Soviet Union 1983-1994

 

By personal name 1985-1989

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by person's last name
box 82, folder 2

Ratushinskaia, Irina (Ратушинская Ирина) 1986-1987

box 82, folder 2

Rust, Mathias 1987

box 82, folder 2

Osipova, Tat'iana and Ivan Kovalev (Осипова Татьяна and Иван Квалев) 1987

box 82, folder 3

Sakharov, Andreĭ (Сахаров Андрей) 1986-1987

box 82, folder 3

Shcharanskiĭ, Anatoliĭ (Natan) (Щаранский Анатолий [Натан]) 1989

box 82, folder 3

Sobchak, Anatoliĭ (Собчак Анатолий) 1989

box 82, folder 3

Zotov, Mikhail (Зотов Михаил) 1985, 1987

 

By subject 1983-1994

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by subject
box 82, folder 4

Human rights violation: Evangelical Baptists 1987

 

Perestroĭka 1988-1994

box 82, folder 4

General 1987-1994

box 82, folder 4

Soviet-Afghan war 1987-1988

box 82, folder 4

Miscellanea 1983-1992

Scope and Contents

Includes supporting material to the "Russians are here" documentary, Russian prison directives, and certificate of Konrad Adenauer literary award to Vladimir Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky)
 

Audiovisual material 1982-1994, undated

Arrangement

Arranged by format, and then aphabetically by title within.
 

Sound recordings 1982-1986, undated

 

Interviews 1982-1986, undated

box 83

Батоврин undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

Пименов undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

"Про Афганистан" undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

"Витя+Ирина" undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

V.V. undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

Завойский undated

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

"Разговор Неплеховича со следователем" 1982

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

"Hare Krishna in the USSR" 1986

Physical Description: 1 compact sound cassette
box 83

Soviet Union as a Closed Society, Hoover Institution conference 1984 September 14-15

Physical Description: 3 compact sound cassette

Scope and Contents

Opening statement by Vladimir Bukovskiĭ (Bukovsky), presentations by Polishchuk on military propaganda for children and by Yarim-Agaev, on Soviet economy; discussion on ideology and propaganda
box 83

undated

Physical Description: 10 compact sound cassettes
 

Videorecordings 1988, 1994

box 83

Interview by Keith Axelsen 1988

Physical Description: 1 VHS videocassette

Scope and Contents

Interview with Sergeĭ Grigoriants and Lev Timofeev and cuts from Moscow seminar on human rights
box 83

1994

Physical Description: 1 VHS videocassette