Reminiscences of several of the 781 Russian children known as the Petrograd Children's Colony, who were sent by their parents
from Moscow and Petrograd in 1918 because of wartime shortage, were stranded in the Ural Mountains, evacuated from the war
zones via Vladivostok by the American Red Cross, and restored to their families in 1920 following a global ocean voyage. Includes
a description of the reunion of American Red Cross staff members and members of the Petrograd Children's Colony in Leningrad,
American Red Cross business manager in Siberia, 1919-1920.
1 manuscript box
(0.4 linear feet)
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