Speeches and writings, printed matter, personal documents, and photographs, relating to Russian émigré affairs, and especially
to the Kharbinskii Politekhnicheskii Institut.
Nikolai Petrovich Kalugin was born in Khabarovsk on 17 February 1902. He graduated from the Kharbinskii Politekhnicheskii
Institut as a civil engineer in 1924, and worked in that capacity for the Technical Department of the Chinese Eastern Railway
until 1935. From 1935 to 1947, he headed his own engineering and contracting firm in Harbin, working on some of the larger
construction projects in the city at that time. He also worked in the Philippines in this period. In 1941 he was elected president
of the Society of Engineers in Manchuria, and from 1948-1953 lectured at the Kharbinskii Politekhnicheskii Institut.
3 microfilm reels
(0.45 linear feet)
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