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Register of the George E. Barantseff Collection
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Box 1

Biographical File, 1999.

Scope and Content Note

Letter of appreciation
 

Letter of appreciation from the United States Coast Guard and miscellaneous printed matter re Alaska, 1999

Box 1

Writings, 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Essay re Romania
 

Barantseff, George, "A Current Major Issue in International Affairs: Romania," 1991.

Scope and Content Note

Typescript
Box 1

Printed Matter, 1814-1993.

Scope and Content Note

Books and periodicals related to the Russian imperial family, the Russian emigration in China, and Russian medals. Arranged alphabetically by physical form and therein by author
 

Books

 

V noch' na 17 iiulia 1918g., Izdanie detskago lageria imeni Tsesarevicha Vladimira, Tsingtao (Qingdao), 1936

 

Bozherianov, N., Trista Let Tsarstvovaniia Doma Romanovykh, Saint-Petersburg, 1912

 

Durov, V., Russkie i sovetskie boevye nagrady, Moscow, 1990

 

Moskovskii Otdel Obshchestva Popicheniia o Bednykh i Bol'nykh Detiakh, Al'bom-Knizhka Soderzhashchii Snimki iz Zhizni Naslednika Tsesarevicha i Velikago Kniazia Alekseia Nikolaevicha, Moscow, 1913

 

Nestor, Archbishop, Ocherki Dal'niago Vostoka, Belgrade, 1934

 

Nevskii, V., Vokrug Sveta Pod Russkim Flagom, Detgiz, 1953

 

Nikitina, V., Ordena Rossii, Moscow, 1991

 

Porter, Robert Ker, Narrative of the Campaign in Russia During the Year 1812, Hartford, 1814

 

Sheveleva, E., Nagrudnye Znaki Russkoi Armii, Saint-Petersburg, 1993

 

Periodicals

 

Pravoslavnaia Rus', San Francisco, 1978 July 17

 

Russkaia Zhizn', Jordanville, New York, 1968 July 17

Box 1

Miscellany, 1967.

Scope and Content Note

Defense Language Institute certificate of appreciation
 

Defense Language Institute certificate of appreciation awarded to George N. Markov, 1967

Box 1

Photographs, 1923-1994.

Scope and Content Note

Five prints related to the Russian imperial family, the Barantseff family, and the Russian emigration in China
 

1 print depicting Count Evgenii Barantseff, 1923

 

1 print depicting Colonel George Barantseff, 1994

 

1 print depicting the Russian imperial family, n.d.

 

1 print depicting Archbishop Nestor, 1934

 

1 print depicting the White Russian Volunteer Force, Tientsin(?), China, 1930s(?)

Box 2-3

Memorabilia, 1901-1930s.

Scope and Content Note

Badges and medals related to Imperial Russia and the Russian emigration in China, pocket watch from the workshop of Pavel Bure, and Russian officer's sword. Arranged alphabetically by physical form
 

Badges

 

Gold-colored badge, bearing the cipher of Empress Mariia Feodorovna, given to Countess Barantseff in recognition of her support for educational institutions under the empress's patronage, n.d.

 

3 membership badges issued by colonial clubs in Tientsin, China, 1930s

 

Medals

 

Silver medal bearing the likeness of Emperor Alexander II, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Remained in the possession of Count Barantseff and was never issued to the public
 

Silver medal bearing cipher of Emperor Nicholas II, awarded to combattants in the Boxer Rebellion, 1900-1901

 

Silver medal celebrating the tri-centennial of the Romanov dynasty, 1913

 

Pocket watch, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

Silver with gold plate initials from the workshop of Pavel Bure, watchmaker to the court of Nicholas II
Box 3

Russian officer's sword, with pommel bearing the cipher of Emperor Nicholas II, n.d.

Scope and Content Note

The sword was broken in half so that Count Barantseff could smuggle it out of Russia and into Japan at the end of the Russian Civil War