Diaries, and historical, biographical and bibliographical writings, relating to the history of the Crimea, especially during
the period from the Russian Revolution to the 1950s; the history of publishing in the Crimea during this period; notable persons
of the Crimea, especially artists; the Jewish community of Simferopol'; and the German occupation of Simferopol' during World
War II. Includes some later correspondence relating to the writings of E. E. Gopshtein.
9 manuscript boxes
(3.7 Linear Feet)
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