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BOX 74-78 Newspaper Clippings
Bound and unbound clippings.
Arranged topically with a group of unsorted clippings at the end of the file.
BOX 74 Russia and Siberia
BOX 75 Russia and Siberia
BOX 76 Lecture notices
Clippings about Kennan
BOX 77 Arctic and A. W. Greely
Suicide
Mont Pelée
“Fish Talks”
Dutch newspapers
BOX 78 Japan
Unsorted
BOX 79 Unsorted
BOX 80-86 Printed Matter
Articles, pamphlets, and small publications collected by Kennan on subjects such as Russia, Japan, and Mont Pelée.
Arranged by subject.
BOX 80 Japan
BOX 81 Japan
BOX 82 Russia and Caucasus
Printed in various languages
BOX 83 Russia and Caucasus
Includes Kennan's “Tent Life in Siberia”
BOX 84 Science, peoples, and race
BOX 85 Chosen (Korea)
China
Mont Pelée
Cuba
International relations
BOX 86 Arctic
Politics and corruption in the United States
Biography of Kennan
Napoleon I
Miscellaneous
BOX 87-93 Miscellany
Correspondence, photographs, and other documents relating to the Alexander Graham Bell family (Mrs. Kennan was related to this family); memorabilia and biographical material; acknowledgments of donations to libraries and museums; lecture and concert programs; invitations and calling cards; and other material. Also includes a pencil draft of a manuscript by A. N. Kuropatkin, and typewritten and printed matter in Russian.
BOX 87 Alexander Graham Bell Family material
BOX 88 Biographical and personal material of Kennan
Chronology of Kennan's life
BOX 89 Biographical and personal material of Keenan
BOX 90 Acknowledgments of gifts to museums and libraries
Programs
Invitations
BOX 91 Invitations
BOX 92 Calling cards
BOX 93 Camp Cariboo material
Miscellaneous material
Pencil draft of A. N. Kuropatkin manuscript made in London, summer 1908, by Kennan, and manuscripts typewritten with printed matter in Russian
BOX 94-134 Addition
BOX 94-118 Notes File, circa 1882-1915
Clippings (mostly in Russian), notes and a few letters most of which concern Russian life with particular emphasis on the social and political conditions.
Arranged alphabetically.
BOX 94 Set I, circa 1882-1915
Acheson, Edward
Addicks, J. Edward
Addresses
Advertisements, Russian books
Adrianof
Afanosief
Agitation and disturbances
Agrarian disorders
Agrarian question
Agriculture (communal, education, elevators, exports, farm animals, Commission of Inquiry, land, wages, etc.)
Akatiu
Aksakof, Ivan Sergeivitch
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey
Alexander I
Alexander II
Alexander III
Alexeyenko, Prof. M. M.
Altai
Americans
Amnesty
Amur
Anarchism
Anikin
Animals
Annenkoff
Anthropology
Antopolski
Araral
Archaeology
Archangel
Armenia
Armenians
Army
Army disaffection
Art and Artists
Artels
Authors and literature
Azeff, Eugene
Backwardness
Baikal Sake
Bakhmetref, George
Banks
Baranof
Baring, Maurice
Bark, P. L.
Barristers
Barrows, Isabel C.
Barry, Richard
Bartenief
Bartenieva, Ekaterina Gregorievna
Beale, Truxton
Beaulieu, Leroy
Bees and honey
Beggars
Beketof
BOX 95 Benyowski
Bernsdorff
Bernstein
Bernstein, Herman
Bessarabia
Bigelow, Poultney
Black Hundreds
Black Sea
Blackwell, Alice Stone
Blinof
Bogoras
Bogucharski
Books (literature, periodicals)
Boris, Grand Duke
Botkine
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