Correspondence, speeches and writings, and photographs, relating to the Russian Orthodox Church and to Russian émigré affairs.
Victor Andreevich Konovalov was born in St. Petersburg in 1890, joined the White Army during the Civil War in Russia in 1918,
and was forced to evacuate to Constantinople in 1920. From 1921 to 1923 Konovalov was actively involved in the Russian Orthodox
Church in Constantinople. He soon immigrated to Canada, where he became a self-proclaimed missionary. Konovalov subsequently
became a Russian Orthodox monk and abbot of the Pokrov convent in Bluffton, Alberta, Canada.
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