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Partial Register of the N. V. Borzov Papers
2000C104  
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Description
Correspondence, writings, financial records, reports, memoranda, bulletins, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian students in China and the United States. Includes papers of other members of the Borzov family, and records of the Russkoe natsional'noe studencheskoe obschestvo.
Background
N. V. Borzov was a prominent and active figure in Russian education and émigré charitable and cultural work. Born in Glazov on 26 April 1871 (O.S.), he graduated with honors from St. Petersburg University, and entered into government service in the Ministry of Education. In 1897 he was a teacher at the Tomsk girls' high school, and in 1904 he was appointed inspector of the Tomsk Commercial School. Aside from his direct duties, he also established an evening school in Tomsk and participated in the work of societies advancing education in penitentiaries as well as in villages in the Tomsk region.
Extent
19 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 2 scrapbooks and 36 microfilm reels (13.8 linear feet)
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Availability
Collection is open for research.