Fyodor Sergeyevich Olferieff (aka Theodore Olferieff) was a Russian career military officer. The Fyodor Sergeyevich Olferieff
papers includes biographical materials on Olferieff and his wife, original manuscript of his memoirs, Soviet Russia in the
Orient typscript, photographs depicting members of the Olferʹev family in Russia and California, and memorabilia.
Born into a noble family, Fyodor Sergeyevich Olferieff (who legally changed his name to Theodore when he came to the United
States) was a Russian career military officer who observed firsthand key events of the early twentieth century, including
the 1905-7 revolution, the Great War, the collapse of the imperial state, and the civil wars in Ukraine and Crimea.
2 manuscript boxes, 4 oversize boxes
(5.3 Linear Feet)
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