Register of the Nadia L. Shapiro papers

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Title: Nadia L. Shapiro papers
Date (inclusive): 1910-1984
Collection Number: 90004
Contributing Institution: Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Language of Material: In English and Russian
Physical Description: 12 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize folder, 2 phonorecords (5.1 Linear Feet)
Abstract: Papers of the Russian-American writer and journalist include writings, letters, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, and to Russian émigré life in China and the United States. Contains a memoir of the Russian Civil War in the Blagoveshchensk area and of the trial of the Socialist Revolutionary A. N. Alekseevskii in Blagoveshchensk in 1918 (with a translation by Elena Varneck). Also includes records of N. L. Shapiro's work with the Office of War Information during World War II.
Physical Location: Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Access

The collection is open for research; materials must be requested at least two business days in advance of intended use.

Publication Rights

For copyright status, please contact the Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Acquisition Information

Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Library & Archives in 1990

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Nadia L. Shapiro papers, [Box no., Folder no. or title], Hoover Institution Library & Archives

Biography Note

1897 October 20 Born, Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia
1914 May High school diploma, Irkutsk, Siberia, Russia
1915-1916 Elementary school teacher certificate, one-year pedagogical course in Blagoveschensk, Siberia, Russia
1916-1917 Studied at the Moscow Women's College, Russia
1917-1918 Teacher of English language, Blagoveschensk Polytechnical School, Siberia, Russia
1918 Fled with her family from the Bolsheviks to Harbin, Manchuria, China
1918-1920 Interpreter and feature writer for the newspaper Novosti zhizni, Harbin, Manchuria, China
1920-1921 Performed literary work and studied Japanese, Yokohama, Japan
1921 Foreign Editor, Zaria newspaper, Harbin, Manchuria, China
1922 August Arrived in the United States under the sponsorship of the Harbin Y.M.C.A.
1923 May 29 B.A., University of California, Berkeley (after Russian diplomas were validated)
1923-1932 Feature writer and Book and Art page editor for the San Francisco Examiner
1928 February 6 Acquired U.S. citizenship
1932-1942 Free-lanced, contributing to the Christian Science Monitor and various West Coast publications, under byline "Nadia Lavrova"
1936-1937 Play reader and research writer/editor for the Federal Theatre in San Francisco, Work Projects Administration
1937-1942 Legal research editor, Historical Records Survey of Northern California, Work Projects Administration
1942-1945 Translator and examiner, U.S. Office of Censorship
1945 Writer, U.S. Office of War Information
1945 May-June Member, Russian section, Interpreters and Translators Bureau of the International Secretariat at the United Nations Conference on International Organization, San Francisco
1946-1953 Foreign broadcast monitor, U.S. Central Intelligence Agency
1989 Died

Scope and Content of Collection

The Nadia Shapiro papers consist of material related to the life and work of the Russian-American writer and journalist Nadezhda Lazarevna Shapiro.
The collection includes correspondence, writings, pamphlets, clippings, stories, essays, sketches, other printed matter, photographs, and other pictorial materials relating to the Russian Civil War in Siberia, and to Russian émigré life in China and the United States. There is also material relating to her U.S. government service during World War II.
Nadia Shapiro was a freelance writer, and also worked as a staff feature writer for the San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco Chronicle, Los Angeles Times (Sunday Magazine), Christian Science Monitor, and Russian language publications in the United States. Most of her writing in English was done under the pen name of "Nadia Lavrova" or "NL," while in Russian she signed her works as "Nadezhda Lavrova."
Nadia Shapiro devoted a major part of her spare time to literary activities without, however, submitting anything for publication, which she justified as due to the peculiar nature of her confidential work with different federal agencies. She gathered a great variety of notes and drafts of sketches, stories, essays, and book and chapter outlines –- all in preparation for the later processing of some of this material into stories and books.
The collection includes a wealth of romantic short stories. A few of them were published during Shapiro's freelancing and news writing days. Considering her Russian origin, there are also notes for an autobiographical narrative "My Old Home Town Was Blagoveschensk," which covers the Russian Civil War and the trial of the Socialist Revolutionary A. N. Alekseevskii in 1918.
The Hoover Institution Library & Archives acquired the Nadia Shapiro papers in 1990.

Arrangement

The collection is organized into eight series: Biographical File, Correspondence, Writings, Subject File, Printed Matter, Art Work, Postcards, and Photographs.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Russians -- United States
Sound recordings
Siberia (Russia) -- History -- Revolution, 1917-1921
Journalists
Russians -- China
World War, 1939-1945 -- Propaganda
World War, 1939-1945 -- United States
Blagoveshchensk (Amurskai͡a oblastʹ, Russia)
United States. Office of War Information
Partīi͡a sot͡sīalistov-revoli͡ut͡sīonerov
Alekseevskiĭ, Aleksandr Nikolaevich

box 1

Biographical File 1910-1975.

Scope and Contents note

Autobiographical material, business cards, certificates and diplomas, correspondence with family, curricula vitae, employment records, evaluations and acknowledgements, invitations, letters of recommendation, records of United States government service, statement of assets and will, and telegram, arranged alphabetically by physical form
box 1, folder 1

Autobiographical material 1928-1958

box 1, folder 2

Business cards n.d.

box 1, folder 3

Certificates, diplomas, and transcripts 1910-1975

 

Correspondence (family)

box 1, folder 4

Shapiro, Fanny Grigorievna (mother) 1945-1956

box 1, folder 5

Shapiro, H. (cousin) 1938

box 1, folder 6

Shapiro, Lazar Solomonovich (father) 1924-1933.

Scope and Contents note

Includes articles on his trial in Harbin and obituary
box 1, folder 7

Shapiro, Mary (sister) 1924-1971.

Scope and Contents note

Includes appeals from Nadia and her mother to various international institutions concerning Mary
box 1, folder 8

Curricula vitae 1932-1952

box 1, folder 9

Employment records 1942-1973

box 1, folder 10

Evaluations and acknowledgements 1944-1953

box 1, folder 11

Invitations n.d.

box 1, folder 12

Letters of recommendation 1922-1946

 

Records of United States government service

box 1, folder 13

United States. Central Intelligence Agency 1946-1953

box 1, folder 14

United States. Civil Service Commission 1942-1943

box 1, folder 15

United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service 1943-1948

box 1, folder 16

United States. Office of Censorship 1942-1945

box 1, folder 17-18

United States. Office of War Information 1945

 

United States. State Department

box 1, folder 19

General. Request for application form in order to recover money on old Russian government loans, savings account books and paper money bills in case of settlement with Soviet government 1934

box 1, folder 20

Bureau of International Information and Cultural Affairs 1944-1946

box 1, folder 21

United States. War Department. Civilian Personnel Division 1941-1946

box 1, folder 22

Statement of assets and will 1974, 1981

box 1, folder 23

Telegram regarding interview for the position as United Nations representative 1946

box 1, folder 24

Miscellany

box 2

Correspondence 1914-1974.

Scope and Contents note

Arranged alphabetically by name of correspondent
box 2, folder 1

Unidentified 1914-1975

 

Alameda Free Library, Alameda, California.

Scope and Contents note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 2, folder 2

Alsimoto, S. 1921

box 2, folder 3

Anderson, Grace K. 1969

 

Andrews, Clarence L. 1936-1940.

Scope and Contents note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 2, folder 4

Balakshin, Peter 1953, 1967

box 2, folder 5

Bank of Manchuria, Harbin 1922

box 2, folder 6

Blagoveshchenskoe utro 1915

box 2, folder 7

Borzov, N. 1941

box 2, folder 8

Burkhardt, Charlotte 1955

 

California Historical Society, San Francisco, California 1971.

Scope and Contents note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 2, folder 9

Chamberlin, Sonya and William Henry 1934-1945

box 2, folder 10

Christian Science Monitor (Pacific News Bureau) 1933

box 2, folder 11

Clarke, Edward ( San Francisco Examiner) 1926

box 2, folder 12

Delaplane, Stanton 1958

box 2, folder 13

Detective Tales (Edwin Baird) 1923

box 2, folder 14

Dixon, Constance 1931-1933.

Scope and Contents note

See also Photographs/Constance Dixon
box 2, folder 15

Dolgopolov, Alexander 1972-1974.

Scope and Contents note

Includes his articles
box 2, folder 16

Driser, Mrs. n.d.

box 2, folder 17

Fujihisa(?), G. 1920

box 2, folder 18

Gaimusho, Tokyo 1921

box 2, folder 19

Golitzen, L., Princess 1925

box 2, folder 20

Gordenker, Olga Vladimirovna 1929-1932

box 2, folder 21

Gris, Henry n.d.

box 2, folder 22

Gusev-Orenburgskii, S. I. 1950

box 2, folder 23

Haley, George 1927

box 2, folder 24-25

Helm, Jean 1923-1957.

General note

See also Photographs/Jean Paine (Spray) Helm
box 3, folder 1

Herhmeister(?), H. 1921

box 3, folder 2

Houghton Mifflin Company 1928

box 3, folder 3

Hubbart, Bernard R. n.d.

 

John Howell ߝ Books 1971.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 4

Johnson, Mary Dibrell 1970-1971

box 3, folder 5

Jury, John Clare 1973

box 3, folder 6

Kamakura, Machi 1920

 

Kashevarof, A. P. 1936.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 7

Kavanshin, K. 1921

box 3, folder 8

Kawanishi, K. 1921

box 3, folder 9

Kawasaki, Torao 1925, 1927

box 3, folder 10

Keilien, Julia 1920

 

Kourennoff, Pavel Matveevich 1944.

General note

See Subject File/ Kourennoff, Pavel Matveevich
box 3, folder 11

Kraatz, Charles A. 1957

box 3, folder 12

Lawrence, Millicent 1954

box 3, folder 13

LeBaron, Gaye 1968

 

Lingel, Robert 1938.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 14

London, Charmian 1932

box 3, folder 15

Lopatin, Ivan 1933

box 3, folder 16

Mack, W. H. 1935-1936

 

Martin, Lawrence 1939.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 17

Matsubara, D. 1920-1921

box 3, folder 18

Mattson, A. 1924

box 3, folder 19

Medy, N. P. 1946

 

Miller, Edward M. 1934.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 20

Milo, Basil 1929

box 3, folder 21

Nabokoff, Ekaterina S. 1960

box 3, folder 22

Nazarek, Kitt 1974

box 3, folder 23

Nelson, Eric 1946-1967

 

New York Public Library, Acquisition Division 1938.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 24

Newbern, L. R. 1933

 

Novinka, Wholesalers and retailers of Russian books, Russian art, etc. 1934.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 25

Oldenbarnevelet, Zhanna n.d.

box 3, folder 26

Oshima, T. 1921

box 3, folder 27

Popular Fiction Publishing Company 1924-1926

box 3, folder 28

Pushkarev, S. 1958

box 3, folder 29

Putnam, George Palmer 1940-1941

box 3, folder 30

Reeve, Lloyd Eric 1959

box 3, folder 31

Riemer, H. G. 1924

box 3, folder 32

Rokkaku, K. 1922

box 3, folder 33

Ross, Florence 1962

box 3, folder 34

San Francisco Committee for Service to Emigrés 1947

box 3, folder 35

Saxton, E. F. 1941

box 3, folder 36

Scott, Leona O. 1921

box 3, folder 37

Shulkevich, B. A. 1961

box 3, folder 38

Sinitsina, Gutya n.d.

box 3, folder 39

Soviet Union. Narodnyi komissariat po inostrannym delam (People's Commissariat for Foreign Affairs) 1928

box 3, folder 40

Sprindler family 1933

box 3, folder 41

Stockley, Grey n.d.

box 3, folder 42

Taylor, H. H. 1928

box 3, folder 43

Tolentino, Gaudencio 1923, 1926

box 3, folder 44

United States. Central Intelligence Agency 1948

 

United States. Library of Congress 1930.

General note

See Subject File/Honcharenko, Agapius
 

United States. Library of Congress, Division of Maps 1939.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
box 3, folder 45

United States. State Department, OIC, International Broadcasting Division 1946

 

University of California Chronicle, University of California, Berkeley 1929-1931.

General note

See Subject File/Honcharenko, Agapius
box 3, folder 46

Velikoselsky, Vladimir 1974.

Scope and Contents note

Includes scenario for a ballet in three acts, "Clara Milich"
box 3, folder 47

Vinokuroff, Michael Z. 1929, 1934.

Scope and Contents note

Includes essay on history of Alaskan church
box 3, folder 48

Vol'naia Sibir', Prague 1929

box 3, folder 49-50

Willoughby, Barrett 1927-1959.

General note

See also Writings/"Old Sitka Saved"
box 3, folder 51

Writer's Digest (Ada Masini) 1935-1936

box 3, folder 52

Young Women's Christian Association of China, National Committee 1921

box 3, folder 53

Zaria, Harbin 1922

box 4

Writings 1913-1973.

Scope and Contents note

Articles, drafts, essays, sketches relating mostly to Russian history and culture in general and Alaska history and culture in particular, arranged chronologically by title
 

General

box 4, folder 1

Untitled undated

box 4, folder 2

Notebooks of famous sayings, notes, short stories, verses n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph
box 4, folder 3

Notes 1920-1971.

Scope and Contents note

Holographs and typescripts
box 4, folder 4

Poetry, translated from Russian n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 5

Scrapbook of articles published in newspapers Blagoveschenskoe utro, Amurskoe ekho, Novosti zhizni, Delo Rossii, Zaria, Russkii golos 1915-1924

box 4, folder 6

Suggestions for revised short stories n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

Agapius Honcharenko," n.d.

General note

See Subject File/Honcharenko, Agapius

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
 

"Alekseevskii, Aleksandr Nikolaevich," n.d.

General note

See Subject File/Alekseevskii, Aleksandr Nikolaevich

Scope and Contents note

Holograph in Russian and typescript in English and Russian.
 

"The Americans...," n.d.

General note

See Subject File/Refugees ߝ Russian

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
box 4, folder 7

"The Course of Revolutionary Events at Blagoveschensk" [in 1918], Siberia n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript. In Russian and English
box 4, folder 8

Essay submitted to the Home Forum n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 9

"Die Gattin eines russische [ sic] Obersten sucht Garten...," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 10

Direct mail advertisement for G. L. Najarian oriental rug gallery n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 11

"Freeman," play n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 12

"Get That Picture," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 13

"He Who Rules Last," play n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 14

"How I Came to Write in English," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 15

"Ideas for Possible Use in Fiction," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 16

"Khronika sobytii v gorode Blagoveschenske-na-Amure," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 17

"Lover, Don't Come Back," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 18

"Make up at Midnight," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

Memorandum on the five pictures of Japanese documents n.d.

General note

See Subject File/Japan ߝ Secret service

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
box 4, folder 19

"Nepravednyi sud," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph
box 4, folder 20

"The Net of Heaven," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 21

"On 100% Americans," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 22

"Pervoe razocharovanie," Blagoveschenskoe utro n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 4, folder 23

"Russian Refugees," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 24

"Sea Cliff House," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 25

"Short Biography of Joseph Sigall," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 26

"Soldiers of Fortune," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 27

"Taxi Home," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 28

"Third Emigration," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 29

"Wey," n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 4, folder 30

"Where Are You Now?" n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 1

"Ideinaia sviaz' mezhdu liricheskimi i eticheskimi proizvedeniami Lermontova," school essay 1913.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph
box 5, folder 2

"Voiny v iubke," Blagoveschenskoe utro 1915.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 3

Article written for the Tokyo daily newspaper Hochi Shinbun 1920.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy. In Japanese
box 5, folder 4

"Peasant and Bolshevik in Soviet Russia," 1920.

Scope and Contents note

Holograph
box 5, folder 5

"Sud'ba russkikh zhenshchin," 1921.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 6

"Iaponskiia poemy," Russkii golos, Harbin 1921 April 20

box 5, folder 7

"Mezhdunarodnyi s'iezd advokatov v Pekine," Russkii golos, Harbin 1921 October 28.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 8

Article about Aleksandr Nikolaevich Alekseevskii 1922.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 9

"Theater Usherette Tells of Work: Women Most Finicky Patrons," San Francisco Examiner 1923 March 25.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy. Includes background material and review of the article
box 5, folder 10

"'God's Own Country' Pleases Nadia; But Let Her Tell It," San Francisco Examiner 1923 April 1.

box 5, folder 11

"Mystery Is Better Than Peroxide When You're Looking for a Job," San Francisco Examiner 1923 April 22.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 12

"Hungry for Knowledge, Young Russians Come Here to Study," San Francisco Examiner 1923 May 6.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 13

"Is She Blonde, Brunette, Married or Coquette? Perfume Depends on It," San Francisco Examiner 1923 May 20.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 14

"200,000 Russians in Harbin Face Helplessness Under Chinese Rule," San Francisco Examiner 1923 June 3.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 15

"Park Tea Garden Awakens Memory of Holy Dance of Japanese Fishermen," San Francisco Examiner 1923 June 24.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 16

"Enoshima, Golden-Gray of Legend and Rare Romance, Swallowed by the Sea," San Francisco Examiner 1923 September 8.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 17

"Paris Creates, America Adapts Styles, But Yankee Inspiration Comes First," San Francisco Examiner 1923 September 30.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 18

"Rasputin's Pyre is Russia's Revenge: Man Who Dominated Empress Incinerated," San Francisco Examiner 1923 October 7.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 19

"Russia Puts Export Tax on Art Coming to America: Thousand Pictures Accompanied by Famous Artists to Be Exhibited and Sold in U.S. While Soviet Will Garner Share in Receipts," San Francisco Examiner 1924 February 10.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 20

"300,000 White Russians Under Yellow Rule in Harbin: With Threatened Seizure of Chinese Railroad by Soviets, Plight of Expatriate Is Complicated; Now Amenable to Laws They Cannot Read, Without a Country," San Francisco Examiner 1924 April 6.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 21

"Refugee Russian Writers Find Fame in Paris: Poet Here Tells Great Success of Authors in French Capital, Where 400,000 of Their Countrymen Live; Books are Being Translated Into French," San Francisco Examiner 1924 November 9.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 22

"Russkie genii ikonopisi," Den' russkoi kul'tury, San Francisco 1926.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 23

"Famed Exiles from Russia Toil for Food," San Francisco Examiner 1928 March 30.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 24

"An Ice Age May Blanket World Again and Astronomers Will Forecast It: Old Puzzle of Glaciers Solved" (Alaska's proof of an inter-glacial forest period), San Francisco Examiner 1928 April 8.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 25

"Leo Tolstoy's Birth Feted," San Francisco Examiner 1928 May 4.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 26

Russian refugee stories 1929 March.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 27

Notes regarding a reference book listing Russian writers, publications and libraries in the New World 1929 April.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 28

"Spusk russkago flaga na Aliaske," Novaia zaria, San Francisco 1929 May 4.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
box 5, folder 29

Review of Barrett Willoughby's novel The Trail Eater, San Francisco Examiner 1929 June.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 30

Story of the former admiral of the imperial Russian navy Eugene Klupfell 1929 November.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 5, folder 31

"Ser'gi mistera Chena," Novaia zaria, San Francisco 1930 January 1.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
box 5, folder 32

"Old Sitka's Saved," San Francisco Examiner 1930 March 30.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 33

"V staroi Sitkhe," Novaia zaria, San Francisco 1930 April 20.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 34

"How Russians Colonized Wrangel Island After Driving American Fur Hunters Off: Story Told for First Time by Captain of Soviet Ship" (Civilization's outpost claimed by Russia), San Francisco Examiner 1930 May 4.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 5, folder 35

Story of visit with Charmian London 1930 October.

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts in English and Russian
box 5, folder 36-38

"Russian Refugees," 1931-1941.

Scope and Contents note

Includes very early notes on Russian refugees adapting themselves to American life in San Francisco, also used later as background material for writing. Typescript
box 5, folder 39

"V lunnoi doline," Rubezh, Harbin, Manchuria, China 1931 March.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy. Includes review in San Francisco Examiner
box 5, folder 40

"Out of the Past," San Francisco Examiner 1931 October 24.

box 5, folder 41

Story about flood in Harbin 1932 September 10.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 1

"Russian Revolution ߝ Accounts of Eyewitnesses," 1932 November 3.

Scope and Contents note

Includes correspondence with H. H. Fisher. Typescript
box 6, folder 2

"Dr. Sadikoff-Goldman," 1933.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

"Halt"

box 6, folder 3

First version n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 4

Second version 1929.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 5

Third version 1933.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 6

"Trideviatoe tsarstvo," Novaia zaria 1933 April 15.

Scope and Contents note

Also published in Kaliforniiskii al'manakh, San Francisco, 1934. Printed copies
box 6, folder 7

"Naturalization," 1933 August 25.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 8

"My Old Town Was Blagoveschensk," Los Angeles Times Sunday Magazine 1933 September 24.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 9

"Roman velikogo kniazia," Novaia zaria 1933 December 23-27.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 10

"Father Andrew Kashevaroff on Flying Visit Here, Tells of Struggle to Save His Churches from Seizure by Moscow Government," 1934 (?).

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 11

"Professors," 1934 (?).

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
 

"Rezanov's Library," preliminary notes 1934.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
 

"Short History of the Rezanov Library," 1934.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
box 6, folder 12

"Russia," 1934 February 5.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 13

"Voskresenie Germanii," translated from German 1934 March 20.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 6, folder 14

"The Melting Pot Boils," The Christian Science Monitor 1934 May 28.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 15

"Emigrés," 1934 June.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

"Rare Rezanov Russian Books Found in San Francisco," San Francisco Chronicle 1934 June 10.

General note

See Subject File/ Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy.
box 6, folder 16

"Torao Gives All for Job in Manchukuo," San Francisco Chronicle 1934 June 10.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 17

"Russian Exiles Organize into Many Factions," San Francisco Chronicle 1934 June 24.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 18

"Russian Ex-Officers Enemies Now in Chaco," San Francisco Chronicle 1934 August 18.

General note

See also Subject File/Russia ߝ Revolution - White officers and soldiers in foreign armies.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 19

"Zhena komendanta forta Ross," Dolg chesti 1934 October.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 6, folder 20

"Coincidence," 1935.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 1

"The Emerald," 1935 July 27.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 2

"Russkii Kolumb," 1935 December 6.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 3

"Russian Writers in California," 1935 December 8.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 4

"Box Car to Siberia," 1936 January 31.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 5

"Soldiers of Fortune," 1936 May 1.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 6

Alaska writings 1937-1944.

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts
box 7, folder 7

"How Much Is a Rouble Worth?" 1937 April 26.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 8

"O chem govoriat," Russkie novosti San Frantsisco 1937 May - September.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 7, folder 9

"Comrades Together," 1938.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 10

"Journey Through Time" (A loose sort of autobiography) 1940.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 11

"V starinu zhivali dedy," Russkie novosti 1941 April 18.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 7, folder 12

"Black Out the Moon," 1941 September 9.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 13

"Dostan'te interv'iu," Russkaia zhizn' 1941 December 24.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript and printed copy
box 7, folder 14

"Political Refugees and Their Rehabilitation," 1944 April 17. Paper submitted as a final test for an UNRRA course offered by the University of California extension division.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 15

"Publications Found in the Russian Transit Mail Destined for Various Latin-American Countries," 1944 July 24.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 16

Analysis of the Soviet Broadcasts 1945-1947.

Scope and Contents note

Typescripts
box 7, folder 17

"Out of this World," 1946 April.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 18

"Preliminary Glossary of Soviet Terminology: Russian - English," 1947-1950.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 7, folder 19

"Russian-English Glossary of Motor-Transport and Related Terms," U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Technical Services, Joint Publications Research Service 1963 June.

Scope and Contents note

Printed copy
box 7, folder 20

Description of the ship model representing a 14th century Genoese galley 1969 February 2.

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
 

"Memo on My Connection with the Rezanov Book and on My Ownership of Two of the Volumes," 1971.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
 

"Dopolnitel'nye svedenia o sud'be nekotorykh iz knig, privezennykh Nikolaem Petrovichem Rezanovym na Aliasku," 1973.

General note

See Subject File/Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

Scope and Contents note

Typescript.
box 8

Subject File 1924-1951.

Scope and Contents note

Autographs, clippings and other printed matter, correspondence, essays, excerpts from documents, notes, stories, studies, writings, arranged alphabetically by subject
box 8, folder 1

Alaska ߝ History 1927-1946.

General note

See also Photographs/Prints/Subject file
box 8, folder 2

Autographs of well-known people n.d.

box 8, folder 3

Clarke, Edward W. 1923(?)

box 8, folder 4

Honcharenko, Agapius 1868-1939.

General note

See also Photographs/Prints/Subject file/Agapius Honcharenko
 

Japan

box 8, folder 5

General 1929.

General note

See also Photographs
box 8, folder 6

Secret service 1935-1943.

General note

See also Photographs/Subject file/Japan

Scope and Contents note

Includes photographic prints of agreement, and excerpt from the promissory note of His Imperial Majesty Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich to General Dmitrii Khorvat regarding state funds that were in possession of General Kolchak during the Russian Civil War, n.d.
box 8, folder 7

Kourennoff, Pavel Matveevich 1944-1945

box 8, folder 8

Mikhailov, Captain n.d.

box 8, folder 9

Mongolia n.d.

box 8, folder 10

Nitman family 1928-1937

box 8, folder 11

"Pacific Story," Unidentified writing n.d.

box 8, folder 12

Refugees ߝ Russian 1924-1941

box 8, folder 13-14

Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich 1934-1973.

Scope and Contents note

Includes 1 photographic image of a wild ocean, n.d.
box 9

Russia ߝ Revolution (1917-1921)

box 9, folder 1

General 1924-1951

box 9, folder 2

Alekseevskii, Aleksandr Nikolaevich n.d.

box 9, folder 3

White Army officers and soldiers in foreign armies 1934

box 9, folder 4

Russian bell - Russian Cathedral - San Francisco 1923.

General note

See also Photographs/Subject file/Russian Church in San Francisco

Scope and Contents note

Includes photograph.
box 9, folder 5

Russian Orthodox Church 1924-1935

box 9, folder 6

Russian poetry n.d.

 

Russians in foreign countries

box 9, folder 7

China 1924-1944

box 9, folder 8

Great Britain 1929

box 9, folder 9

Paraguay 1934

box 9, folder 10

United States 1924

box 9, folder 11

Tolstoy, Leo (reminiscences) 1924

box 9, folder 12

World War (1914-1918) ߝ Russia 1925-1929.

General note

See also Photographs/Prints/General/Russian Imperial Army
 

Printed Matter 1913-1963.

Scope and Contents note

Clippings, leaflets, magazines, newspapers, and pamphlets, arranged alphabetically by physical form
box 9, folder 13-16

Clippings 1922-1963

box 9, folder 17

Leaflets n.d., 1937

box 9, folder 18-19

Magazines 1913-1935

box 9, folder 20-21

Newspapers 1920-1954

box 10, folder 1

Newspapers 1920-1954

 

Pamphlets

box 10, folder 2

Untitled n.d.

box 10, folder 3

Andrews, Lilian, Youth of the Happy Land, New York n.d.

box 10, folder 4

Great Photographs of World War II: Selected by the Editors of the Reader's Digest, New York n.d.

box 10, folder 5

Kratkii russko-iaponskii slovar, Osaka (Japan) n.d.

box 10, folder 6

Mintslov, S. R., Sinodik bibliotek, arkhiov i kollektsii, pogibshikh vo vremia Velikoi voiny i revoliutsii, Berlin n.d.

box 10, folder 7

Maslov, Georgii, Untitled poetry 1919(?).

Scope and Contents note

Typescript
box 10, folder 8

Notice, Fondation Egyptologique Reine Elisabeth, Brussels 1923

box 10, folder 9

Le lotus bleu (Fondé par H. P. Blavatsky), Revue Théosophique, Paris 1924

box 10, folder 10

Shumakov, B. A., Limannoe oroshenie, Moscow 1925

box 10, folder 11

The Interpreter, New York 1925

box 10, folder 12

Dynnik, Tatiana, Krepostnye aktery, Moscow 1927

box 10, folder 13

Gorchakov, M., Duke, Itogi politiki mitropolitov Sergiia i Evlogiia, Paris 1929

box 10, folder 14

De Leon, Daniel, Russia in Revolution, New York 1930

box 10, folder 15

The Report of the Harbin Relief Committee of Russian Emigrants in North Manchuria (China), Harbin 1930

box 10, folder 16

Vitsilli, P., Kratkaia istoriia russkoi literatury ot Pushkina do nashego vremeni (Chast' vtoraia), Sofia 1934

box 10, folder 17

Robson, R. W., Communism: An Outline for Everyone, Sydney 1943(?)

box 10, folder 18

La parole indépendante: Recueil politique, social, littéraire, Sous la rédaction de S. P. Melgounoff, Paris 1945

box 10, folder 19

Miscellany

 

Art Work 1926.

Scope and Contents note

Drawings and portrait, arranged alphabetically by physical form
box 10, folder 20

2 drawings by Alexander Shwartz n.d.

box 10, folder 21

1 portrait of Nadia Shapiro(?) by Max Vollmberg 1926

map_case case

1 portrait of Nadia Shapiro(?) by Max Vollmberg (continued) 1926

 

Postcards n.d.

Scope and Contents note

Postcards depicting art work and scenes in Siberia and Japan
box 10, folder 22

27 postcards depicting famous Russian paintings n.d.

box 10, folder 23

2 postcards depicting Nedashkovskii paintings n.d.

box 10, folder 24

4 postcards depicting the Siberian city Irkutsk n.d.

box 10, folder 25

1 postcard depicting the Baikal region (East Siberia) - Unlicensed gold miners washing gold in secret n.d.

box 10, folder 26

8 postcards depicting Japan n.d.

 

Photographs 1916-1965.

Scope and Contents note

149 prints and two negatives depicting Nadia Shapiro, her family and friends, Russian culture in Alaska, and some aspects of Japanese life and history
 

Prints

 

General

box 10, folder 27

Unidentified

box 10, folder 28

1 print depicting Ivan Frisen n.d.

box 10, folder 29

1 print depicting Ivan Frisen and family n.d.

box 10, folder 30

8 prints depicting Barrett Willoughby n.d.

box 10, folder 31

1 print depicting Barrett Willoughby and Bob n.d.

box 10, folder 32

3 prints depicting Jacob Febesoff and family n.d.

 

1 print depicting Vinokuroff, Michael Z.

General note

See Correspondence/Vinokuroff, Michael Z.
box 10, folder 33

5 prints depicting Captain Kristian Klengenberg and his family n.d

box 10, folder 34

1 print depicting Siberian burials near Kiarhta n.d.

box 10, folder 35

1 print depicting Anadyr n.d.

box 10, folder 36

1 print depicting interior of a Japanese house n.d.

box 10, folder 37

1 print depicting seven-floor building in Marunouchi, Tokyo n.d.

box 10, folder 38

1 print depicting two Geisha girls at a Botan show, by Eishi, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 39

1 print of sculpture miniatures depicting scenes of Japanese everyday life n.d.

box 10, folder 40

1 print depicting Naoe Fenshimi, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 41

1 print depicting Takako Irie, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 42

2 prints depicting Goro Kawabe, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 43

1 Print depicting Hajime Masuda, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 44

1 print depicting Shizue Natoukawa, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 45

1 print depicting Denjiro Ohkorhi, Japan n.d.

box 10, folder 46

1 print depicting Tokihiko Okada, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 1

1 print depicting Tokihiko Okada and Takako Irie, taken from a scene in the "Raid," Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 2

1 print depicting Ranko Sawa, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 3

1 print depicting Kohji Shima, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 4

1 print depicting Hisako Takihana, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 5

1 print depicting Yoshoko Tokugawa, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 6

1 print depicting Yohko Umemura, Japan n.d.

box 11, folder 7

9 prints depicting various events in the Russian Imperial Army 1916 (?)

box 11, folder 8

3 prints depicting Jean Paine (Spray) Helm 1920s

box 11, folder 9

1 print of abbot of Buddhist temple in Washington. "The Reverend G. Mapo of Yamamoto, Japan, Abbott of Ryutakiy Buddhist temple, photographed with Ambassador Haniharria of Japan as they called at the White House to visit President Harding," International Newsreel Photo 1923 May 4

box 11, folder 10

1 print of scene "amidst the ruins of Yokohama, where natives are trying to restore some semblance of home. The picture shows the baby-san getting it's [ sic] bath," International Newsreel Photo 1923 November 11

box 11, folder 11

1 print of bear taken on ice floor in Arctic Ocean 1925(?)

box 11, folder 12

3 prints depicting "dogs and dog teams running on frozen ocean on the strait between Herschel Island and mainland," 1925(?)

box 11, folder 13

5 prints depicting "Prince Albert Sound. Pair of blond Eskimos in their dance clothes," 1925

box 11, folder 14

4 prints depicting natives from Victoria Island 1925

box 11, folder 15

5 prints depicting inhabitants and scenes from Herschel Island 1925

box 11, folder 16

5 prints depicting Barrett Willoughby 1928

box 11, folder 17

3 prints depicting Barrett Willoughby 1929

box 11, folder 18

1 print depicting Boris Volkov 1928

box 11, folder 19

2 prints depicting Lawrence Spray (Jean (Spray) Helm's son) 1930-1931

box 11, folder 20

1 print depicting Constance Dixon 1933

 

1 print depicting Jean Paine (Spray) Helm 1934.

General note

See Correspondence/Helm, Jean
 

Biographical file

box 11, folder 21

8 prints depicting Nadia Shapiro n.d.

box 11, folder 22

1 print depicting Nadia Shapiro and Barrett Willoughby n.d.

box 11, folder 23

1 print of Robert Prosser, Nadia Shapiro, and Eric Nelson n.d.

box 11, folder 24

1 print of Nadia Shapiro and unidentified person n.d.

box 11, folder 25

5 prints depicting Nadia Shapiro in Japan 1920

box 11, folder 26

2 prints depicting Nadia Shapiro (passport pictures) 1965

box 11, folder 27

1 print depicting Lazar Shapiro(?) n.d.

box 11, folder 28

1 print depicting Mary Shapiro n.d.

box 11, folder 29

3 prints depicting Mary Shapiro 1925-1934

 

1 print depicting Mary Shapiro 1961.

General note

See Biographical File/Correspondence (family)/Shapiro, Mary
 

Subject file.

General note

See also Subject File/Alaska
 

Alaska

box 11, folder 30

2 prints depicting watchtower on Island of Rocking Moon, Kodiak n.d.

box 11, folder 31

1 print depicting Island of Rocking Moon n.d.

box 11, folder 32

1 print depicting convict wall at Kodiak n.d.

box 11, folder 33

1 print of "old millstone of the Russians and little muzzle loading cannon brought to Kodiak by Grigorii Shelekhov in 1794," n.d.

box 11, folder 34

1 print of "Russian Staff House at Kodiak, boarded over now. On top of this Russians of Alexander I use [ sic] to be....," n.d.

box 11, folder 35

1 print of Russian Church in Kodiak. "Church of Resurrection first built in 1795. Present edifice 1894," n.d.

box 11, folder 36

1 print of a "bell from a Russian Church at Atka Island ߝ farthest west church in the world," n.d.

box 11, folder 37

1 print of Peter the Great. "This was cut from its frame in the old castle of Sitka of the time of the transferee, and lasted until 1918, when the man who took it brought it out, sold it to the Governor of Alaska," n.d.

box 11, folder 38

1 print of "interior of the Russian Church at Kodiak ߝ first Russian Church built in Alaska (1794)," n.d.

box 11, folder 39

1 print of "Devil's Prongs of Kodiak named by Russians, but now called by missionaries 'Three Sisters,'" n.d.

box 11, folder 40

1 print of "interior of the Colonial Administrator (1790-1818) Aleksandr Baranov's house (see icons)," n.d.

box 11, folder 41

1 print of Community Grindstone, used by the Russian colony in 1830, the Photo Shop Studio, Sitka, Alaska n.d.

box 11, folder 42

1 print of Russian Church at Wizinki, Alaska n.d.

box 11, folder 43

1 print of "Kodiak millstone and muzzleloader both brought to America from Russia by Aleksandr Baranov, Kodiak founded 1791 by Baranov," n.d.

box 11, folder 44

1 print depicting "place where Bering crew landed on Kayak Island to take water," n.d.

box 11, folder 45

1 print depicting view from the "bell tower of the old Russian Church at Kodiak," n.d.

box 11, folder 46

1 print depicting Creole grave, Afognac Island. "Inside box is a rush light, which is replenished as often as affection dictates. Cross at the top of grave so resurrected one may see it at once on sitting up," n.d.

box 11, folder 47

2 prints depicting Kodiak old graveyard n.d.

box 11, folder 48

1 prints depicting a view overlooking the "Harbor of St. Peter and Paul at Kodiak, taken from in front of old Russian Staff House," n.d.

box 11, folder 49

2 prints of "Maksim Pachin, son of a Russian Naval Doctor, Kodiak," n.d.

box 11, folder 50

1 print depicting "Aleuts putting up wild hay, Kodiak," n.d.

box 11, folder 51

1 print depicting "Hotel in Kodiak ߝ log house built by Russians and boarded over," n.d.

box 11, folder 52

1 print depicting "a bell, cast on the gale-swept, winter shore of the North Pacific by Greek Catholic Russian missionaries, was found in an ever summery California. Its inscription is: This bell was cast on the island of Kodiak on the month of January 1796 under the direction of Arch-Mandrite Joseph and in the presence of Director Aleksander Baranov," Photo Shop Allie Harriman n.d.

box 11, folder 53

1 print depicting portraits of East Russian Governor Prince Dimitri Maksourov, Princess Maksourova, Metropolitan of Moscow and Kolomna Ioann Veniaminov Innocent, Captain F. V. Koskul, Captain John F. Emmons, and U.S. Commissioner General Rousseau n.d.

 

Honcharenko, Agapius

box 11, folder 54

2 prints depicting Agapius Honcharenko.

General note

See also Subject File/Honcharenko, Agapius
 

Japan - Secret Service

box 11, folder 55

7 prints of photographs of agreement and excerpt from the promissory note of His Imperial Majesty Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich to General Dmitrii Khorvat regarding state funds that were in possession of General Kolchak during the Russian Civil War n.d.

Scope and Contents note

See Subject File/Japan/Secret Service
box 11, folder 56

Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich

 

1 print depicting a wild ocean n.d.

General note

See also Subject File/ Rezanov, Nikolai Petrovich
 

Russian Orthodox Church

box 11, folder 57

1 print depicting a Russian Church in San Francisco n.d.

General note

See also Subject File/Russian bell
box 11, folder 58

1 print depicting an Orthodox-Catholic Church n.d.

General note

See also Subject File/Russian bell
 

Writings

box 11, folder 59

"Comrades Together."

General note

See also Writings/"Comrades Together."

Scope and Contents note

1 print depicting Fedor Ivanovich Alferov in a page's (Pazhes) unit uniform, n.d. Copy was made from the original taken during the Russo-Japanese War, retaken in Saint Petersburg in 1925
box 11, folder 60

Negatives 1923.

Scope and Contents note

2 negatives depicting Molokans (family?) from "Russian Mountain"
 

Sound recordings (Phonorecords) 1946

onsite digital

Nadia Shapiro sound recording in Russian 1946 July 6 - August 26

Conditions Governing Access note

Use copy reference number: 90004_a_0002891

Scope and Contents note

Side A label reads: Rec. No. 56967/Overseas Branch/Office of War Information/San Francisco Office/Title: Nadia Shapiro (Russian)(dub)/Date: 8/26/46. Side B label reads: No. 1-B/Date: July 6/Time: 2200 GMT/Program: Russian Test/Language: Russian/Announcer: Nadia OPR: Fhoare
onsite digital

Nadia Shapiro sound recording in Russian 1946 August 8

Conditions Governing Access note

Use copy reference number: 90004_a_0002892

Scope and Contents note

Label reads: Rec. No. 56783/Overseas Branch/Office of War Information/San Francisco Office/Title: Nadia Shapiro (Russian)/ Part 1 of 1/Recorded Date: 8/8/46 Time: 10:30 AM
 

Incremental Materials

 

Biographical File 1944-1963

 

Records of United States government service 1944-1963

box 12, folder 1

United States. Central Intelligence Agency 1957-1962

Scope and Contents

Certificates of merit and recognition
box 12, folder 2

United States. Foreign Broadcast Information Service 1950-1963

Scope and Contents

Commendations
box 12, folder 3

United States. Office of Censorship 1944

Scope and Contents

Certificate of merit
 

Writings 1943-1957

box 12, folder 4

"German-English Glossary" 1943 May

Scope and Contents

Printed copy
box 12, folder 5

"Glossary of Soviet Terminology: Russian-English" 1957 January 1

Scope and Contents

Printed copy
 

Subject File 1932-1935

box 12, folder 6

Torgsin 1932-1935, undated

Scope and Contents

Includes brochure describing goods available for delivery to friends and relatives in the Soviet Union
 

Mariia Lazarevna Shapiro File

Scope and Contents

Biographical File and Writings of Nadia Shapiro's sister
 

Biographical File 1929-1968

box 12, folder 7

Certificates 1929

Scope and Contents

Documents regarding her post-graduate education and journalistic work
box 12, folder 8

Clippings 1926-1960, undated

Scope and Contents

Newspaper clippings with group photographs on which she appears
box 12, folder 9

Correspondence about her 1950-1968

Scope and Contents

Correspondence and other materials concerning her life after deportation to the Soviet Union. See also Box 1, Folder 7 for appeals from her sister and mother to various international institutions concerning her
 

Writings 1922-1940

Scope and Contents

Writings on various subjects, including bibliograpy and literary criticism. Written under the pseudonym Мария Ш. (Mariia Sh.)
box 12, folder 10

"Санча" undated

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 12, folder 11

"Как Мефистофель развеселил Сатану. (Фантазия)" 1922 December 25

Scope and Contents

День юриста, Харбин, No. 1. Printed copy.
box 12, folder 12

"Толкучка Сатаны. Драматический этюд" 1923

Scope and Contents

Typescript
box 12, folder 13

"Когда не знают Institutiones…" 1924 March 1

Scope and Contents

День юриста, Харбин, No. 2. Printed copy.
box 12, folder 14

"Бунтарь" 1924 December

Scope and Contents

День юриста, Харбин, No. 3. Printed copy
box 12, folder 15

"Юристы из "Эхо". Поклад на том Х, ч. 1" 1925 September 4

Scope and Contents

Русский голос, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 16

"Юристы из "Эхо". Невежество в советским праве" 1925 September 5

Scope and Contents

Русский голос, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 17

"Советские журналы. "Красная новь", No. 4. Май" 1925 October 4

Scope and Contents

Русский голос, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 18

"Вырожденцы о себе" 1925 October 17

Scope and Contents

Русский голос, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 19

"Мортоматы и роботы" 1925 November 14

Scope and Contents

Русский голос, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 20

"Советские журналы. "Красная новь", No. 1. Январь 1926 г." 1926 March 24

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 21

"Эмигрантские журналы. "Современные записки", Кн. ХХVII. 1926 г. Париж" 1926 May 16

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 22

"О патриотизме" 1926 June 15

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 23

"Плебеи мысли" 1926 November 6

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 24

"Современные записки" No. XXXIII, 1927 г. Париж" 1928 February 4

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 25

"Две книги о фашизме" 1928 April 21

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 26

"Книжные новинки. Бессташные люди" 1928 November 10

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 27

"Эрих Мария Ремарк" 1929

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 28

"Герои последних дней" 1929

Scope and Contents

Новая заря, Сан-Франциско. Printed copy
box 12, folder 29

"Поэт-академик" 1929 July 18

Scope and Contents

Новая заря, Сан-Франциско. Printed copy
box 12, folder 30

"'Конкурент' Толстого 1929 July 19

Scope and Contents

Новая заря, Сан-Франциско. Printed copy
box 12, folder 31

"Наше солнце" 1929 July 20

Scope and Contents

Новая заря, Сан-Франциско. Printed copy
box 12, folder 32

"Борис Пильняк" 1929 December 28

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 33

"Ключ" 1930

Scope and Contents

Русское слово, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 34

"Нет ничего спрашнее советской женской каторги!" 1935 October 1927

Scope and Contents

Заря, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 35

"Художник: Из воспоминаний" 1938 April

Scope and Contents

Луч Азии, Харбин. Printed copy
box 12, folder 36

Miscellaneous poetry 1931-1940, undated

Scope and Contents

Written under the pseudonyms Mariia Snezhina and Mariia Snezhnaia. Holograph and typescript