Minutes, resolutions, reports, correspondence, and studies relating to the self-government movement in various cities and
towns of Russia, and especially in Moscow.
Local self-governance as a public institution in Russia dates back to the nineteenth century. In Soviet times, however, local
self-governance was transformed into a powerless branch of the State.
5 manuscript boxes
(2.1 linear feet)
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Collection is open for research.