Aleksandr Kazem-Bek Papers, 1898-2014 [RBML]
... (Tallinn). In 1919, during the civil war, Aleksandr Kazem-Bek joined the White Army, and after the collapse of the White movement, left Russia with his family in 1920. He lived in Turkey, Greece, Yugoslavia...
Dramatic Museum realia, 1700-1966 [RBML]
... and Italian puppets gradually became a collection of considerable breadth, with puppets from Burma, China, India, the United States, Thailand, Turkey, Java, Japan, and Mexico, among other countries. The oldest...
George A. Plimpton Papers, 1634-1956 [RBML]
... of their personal willingness to support the cause. From around 1904 until the end of his life, Plimpton served as a trustee of the American College for Girls at Constantinople in Turkey (also known...
Mikhail Dmitrievich Skobelev Papers, 1785-1913 [RBML]
..., to be its first Russian governor. When war broke out between Russia and Turkey in 1877, Skobelev was transferred to the European front. His forces defeated the Turks in several strategic battles and finally...
Crane Family Papers, 1877-1986 [RBML]
... Siberia. He spent some time, in an unofficial capacity, at the Peace Conference in Paris before being appointed on April 30, 1919, as one of the two American commissioners on mandates to Turkey (later...
Marshall Berman papers, 1940-2013 [RBML]
.... The book garnered a favorable critical reception, but it was not until unexpectedly large numbers of readers in the developing world - especially in Brazil, Mexico, Turkey, and Iran - became avid fans...
Nikolai Trofimovich Dakhov Papers, 1920-1960 [RBML]
... in the battles near Yekaterinodar, fought in the Crimea and Northern Tavria and eventually immigrated to Turkey. In April 1921, Dakhov left for Brazil. He was luckier than many of his fellow soldiers. Having...
Eduard Ivanovich Totleben Papers, 1850-1960 [RBML]
... of 1853. On the outbreak of war between Russia and Turkey, he served as a junior field officer in the siege of Silistria and then was transferred to the Crimea. In Savastopol, Count Totleben advised to sunk...
Ted Berkman papers, 1942-1948 [RBML]
... the 1940s. There are radio dispatches from wartime Yugoslavia and from Greece in 1944, Office of Strategic Services (OSS) reports and analysis concerning Greece, Turkey, Eastern Europe, the Middle East...
James Shepard Dennis papers, 1873 -- 1916 [Burke]
... of Christian Missions and Social Progress (by Dennis). Correspondence includes letters to Dennis from missionaries in China, Korea, England, the United States, India, Japan, Turkey, Madagascar, Scotland...
Alice Browne Frame papers, 1905 -- 1971 [Burke]
..., Archives and Special Collections, South Hadley, Massachusetts. Alice Seymour Browne was born on October 29, 1878 in Harpoot, Turkey, where her parents were missionaries. She graduated from Mount Holyoke...
Charles Peck Bush papers, circa 1800 -- 1880 [Burke]
.... Bush married Elizabeth Bradford Homer and they had a daughter in 1847, Caroline C. Bush, who went on to serve as a missionary in Harpoot, Turkey for over thirty years. In 1860, Bush became District...
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