Correspondence, speeches and writings, personal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian émigré affairs.
Olga Tissarevskaia was born Ol'ga Petrovna Krasnova on 28 September 1895 (O.S.) in the village of Bogdanovka, near Samara,
Russia. In 1921, she emigrated to Poland with her husband, an engineer named Viacheslav Doubrava,
and ran a boarding house until the Second World War. Doubrava died in the mid-1920s, and Olga married a former colonel named
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