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Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' (1878-1928)
Fairy tale and nursery rhymes, holograph (in Russian) by Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'
1921 December 29
Order of the day
1916 January 27
Ol'ga Mikhailovna Vrangel' (wife)
Letters from the Army (after the Revolution)
Princess Mariia Vladimorovna
Boris Alekseevich regarding Russian Army in Constantinople
1921 May 13
Publications devoted to the last Russian Commander in Chief Lieutenant General Baron Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'
Newspapers and magazines
Obituaries and letters and telegrams of condolence on the death of Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'
Volume 1 (Russian correspondents)
Volume 2 (Foreign correspondents)
Russian newspapers and magazines
1928 May 5
Près de la tombe, musique de Th. Evsevsky, symphony devoted to General Baron Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'
Ol'ga Mikhailovna Vrangel', wife of Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' (1885-1968)
Marriage certificate of Petr Vrangel' and O'lga Ivanenko
1908 October 1
Certificates and travel documents (as a wife of the Commander in Chief of the Russian Army)
Obituaries and letters of condolence
"Fears for Finland Future," interview with Baroness Vrangel in the
1940 February 11
Mariia Dmitrievna Vrangel', 1857-1944 (mother of Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'). Letter to her granddaughter Natal'ia
Alexis (Aleksei Petrovich) Vrangel', son of Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' (1922-2005)
Personal documents and service papers
1922 July 7
Mein Stammbuch Vrangel' family genealogy compiled by Alexis Vrangel'
Certificate of naturalization, United States of America
1948 December 13
Letter of recommendation, Headquarters, Continental Air Command, Mitchell Air Force Base, New York
Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel'
Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' as Horse Guards officer, Saint Petersburg, Russia
Parade in Tsaritsyn (Southern Russia) with General Denikin, Civil War
Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' with his wife, Constantinople
Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' with cadets in Yugoslavia
General Baron Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel' in Zemun, Yugoslavia
1922 March 19.
Russian Army in the Balkans
Russian Army in exile (everyday activities)
Petr Nikolaevich Vrangel', burial in Belgrade, Yugoslavia
Ninth Siberian Battalion, Ura-Tiub
Polki Imperatorgkoi konnitsy, bound manuscript
Polki Imperatorgkoi kavalerii, holograph lists
Shatilov, P. N., General, memoirs
Sbornik Rossiiskoi voennoi poezii, izdanie obshche-kadetskogo ob'edineniia, Paris
Katkov family file
Letters, memoranda, and essays by M. N. Katkov, copied by his daughter, N. M. Ivanenko
Correspondence relating to the Katkov family