Memoirs, correspondence, writings, printed matter, and photographs relating to Russian literature and Russian émigré affairs.
IU. V. Kruzenshtern was born in Russia on June 19, 1903. Her father, a military officer, was transferred to Harbin when she
was three years old, and in her memoirs she describes her life in this city. After her father volunteered for service at the
front in 1915 (where he was killed), she and her mother moved to Vladikavkaz.
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