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Dutoff (Vera) Collection
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Vera Dutoff (maiden name Kuchinskaia) fled Russia, lived in China, and settled in San Francisco, California with her husband Alexander Dutoff. She was born on November 19, 1900 and died on February 25, 1994. The collection consists of materials related to her daily life and is largely composed of correspondence as well as keepsake objects including Russian Icons (devotional images) and lace textiles. A small amount of records were created by her husband Alexandar Dutoff; her son, Dimitri Dutoff; and her sister, Nadejda Alexandrovna Kutchinskaia.
Vera Dutoff (maiden name Kuchinskaia) was born on November 19, 1900 to Alexander Grigorievich Kutchinsky and Maria Panteleimonovna Mihina. Vera fled Russia and lived in China for a while. Her sister, Nadejda Alexandrovna Kutchinskaia, was born on May 30, 1902 in Lyaoyang, China. Vera's maiden name is spelled three different ways in the records: Kuchinskaia, Kutchinsky, and Kuchinskaya.
10.58 linear feet
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