Scope and Content Note
Title: Mitrofan Ivanovich Retivov papers,
Date (inclusive): 1946-1961
Collection number: 2000C79
Retivov, Mitrofan Ivanovich, 1869-1961
3 microfilm reels
(0.45 linear feet)
Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Writings, photographs, and miscellany, relating mainly to the medical profession in Russia prior to the Russian Revolution.
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[Identification of item], Mitrofan Ivanovich Retivov Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.
Materials were acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 2000.
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Location of Originals
Originals in: Museum of Russian Culture, San Francisco.
||Vice-President of the Pirogov medical conventions in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Novocherkassk
||Director of a hospital in Khar'kov, Russia
||Major, Red Cross, Paraguay
|1961 March 19
||Died, Olegario Victor Andrade, Argentina
Scope and Content Note
M. I. Retivov was a prominent doctor in pre-Revolutionary Russia. The collection contain autobiographical and semi-autobiographical
writings, including memoirs of the Moscow University medical faculty in the 1890s, and a novel entitled "Moskva studencheskaia,"
as well as a study of V. I. Lenin and his role in Russian history. Other writings include a brief work on female doctors in
Detailed processing and preservation microfilming for these materials were made possible by a generous grant from the National
Endowment for the Humanities and by matching funds from the Hoover Institution and the Museum of Russian Culture. The grant
also provides depositing a microfilm copy in the Hoover Institution Archives. The original materials remain in the Museum
of Russian Culture, San Francisco, as its property. A transfer table indicating corresponding box and reel numbers is available
at the Hoover Institution Archives.
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