Register of the Nikolai Ustrialov Papers, 1920-1935

Processed by Olga Verhovskoy Dunlop; machine-readable finding aid created by Xiuzhi Zhou
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Register of the Nikolai Ustrialov Papers, 1920-1935

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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Xiuzhi Zhou
© 1998 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Nikolai Ustrialov Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1920-1935
Collection Number: XX179
Creator: Ustrialov, N. (Nikolaĭ)
Collection Size: 1 manuscript box (0.4 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence and writings, relating to the Russian Revolution, the White governments in Omsk, 1918-1919, and eurasianism.
Language: Russian.

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Collection open for research.
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Also available on microfilm (1 reel).

Access Points

Eurasian movement
Soviet Union
Russia (Federation)
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921

Biographical Note

1890 Born, Russia
  Receives law degree from Moscow University
  Teaches at Moscow and Perm' Universities
1917 Joins Konstitutsionno-Demokraticheskaia Partiia (Kadets).
  During Civil War works in propaganda department of Admiral Kolchak's government. Is involved in the publication of Utro Rossii, Russkaia Mysl' and Russkoe Delo
1921 Emigrates to Harbin, China. Joins "Smenovekhovtsvo Movement".
  Publishes in Smena Vek, Nakanune, and Novosti ZHizni
1920's Serves as library director in Soviet administration of the Chinese Eastern Railroad in Manchuria
1930-1935 Teaches at Harbin University
1935 Returns to the Soviet Union. Teaches at the Institute of Transportation Engineers in Moscow
1938 Dies

Series Description

Box 1


Scope and Content Note

Typescript copies of Nikolai Ustrialov's correspondence, compiled by him in Harbin, China, between 1934 and 1935. Some of Ustrialov's personal letters have been edited by him for this typescript version. He has also included short introductions to each section of the correspondence as well as excerpts from his diaries. Arranged alphabetically by political affiliation of correspondent or name of correspondent
Box 1


Scope and Content Note

Typescript draft of "Belyi Omsk"

Container List





Box 1., Folder 1-6

Miscellaneous. Includes short biographical sketches of correspondents: Lev Zander, 1920-1921; Vsevolod Ivanov, 1920-1922; Princess Liubov' Golitsyna, 1920-1922; H. Bourrier, 1921; F. Kubka, 1921-1930; P. IAkovlev; Georgii Tel'berg, 1921; Baron IUrii Disterlo, 1921; Aleksandr Bonch-Osmolovskii, 1922; IAkovlev-Dunin, 1921; IUrii Markhlevskii, 1922; Artemii Savitskii, 1922; Prince Nikolai Ukhtomskii, 1923-1924; A. Kaun, 1923; G. Manns, 1923; Nikolai Smirnov, 1924; Sergei Sverzhenskii, 1924; Mikhail Pergament, 1925-1926; I. Geintsman, 1925; N. Rusov, 1925; Boris Pil'niak, 1926; Sergei Rostislavov, 1926; IUliia Tripolitova; Kurachi, 1926; Nikolai TSurikov, 1926-1927; N. Smirnov; Ol'ga CHichagova, 1927-1929; Georgii Gins, 1928-1930; El'pidifor Titov, 1929; Amplii Avdoshchenkov, 1929; Evgenii IAshnov, 1929-1934; Efim CHepurkovskii, 1930; A. Kotel'nikov, 1930-1934; L. Bykhovskii, 1931; Vasilii Alekseev, 1931-1933; S. Dmitrievskii, 1932-1933; Vladimir Lamanskii, 1933-1934; "Skitalets", 1934

Folder 7-8

"Porevoliutsionery". Includes Nikolai Bylov, 1928; N. Alekseev, 1931; Porevoliutsionnyi Klub, 1933; IUrii SHirinskii-SHikhmatov, 1933-1935; N. Perfil'ev, 1935

Folder 9-12

"Smenovekhovtsy". Includes IUrii Kliuchnikov, 1919-1926; IUrii Potekhin, 1921-1923; Aleksandr Bobrishchev-Pushkin, 1922-1923; Sergei Luk'ianov, 1922-1931; Nikolai Alekseev, 1922; N. R., 1923; Aleksandr Zarudnyi, 1925

Folder 13-17

Dikii, Grigorii, 1927-1934

Folder 18

Lezhnev, Isai, 1923-1926

Folder 19

Suvchinskii, Petr, 1926-1930



Box 1., Folder 20-23

"Belyi Omsk". Typescript copy