Register of the Russell McCulloch Story Papers, 1917-1921

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Register of the Russell McCulloch Story Papers, 1917-1921

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

Contact Information

  • Hoover Institution Archives
  • Stanford University
  • Stanford, California 94305-6010
  • Phone: (650) 723-3563
  • Fax: (650) 725-3445
  • Email: archives@hoover.stanford.edu
© 1999 Hoover Institution Archives. All rights reserved.

Descriptive Summary

Title: Russell McCulloch Story Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1917-1921
Collection number: 57009
Creator: Story, Russell McCulloch, 1883-1942
Collection Size: 1 manuscript box, 6 glass slide boxes, 1 envelope 1.8 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Letters, photographs, and glass slides, relating to relief work in Russia, conditions in Moscow and elsewhere in Russia during the Russian Revolution, and the Czechoslovak Legion; and depicting scenes in Japan, Russia and western Europe
Language: English.

Administrative Information

Access

Collection open for research.
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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Russell McCulloch Story Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Acquisition Information

Acquired by the Hoover Institution Archives in 1957.

Accruals

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Access Points

Russia. Armiia. Ceskoslovensky strelecky pluk
Young Men's Christian Associations
International relief
Czechoslovakia
Soviet Union
Russia (Federation)
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921--Civilian relief
Soviet Union--History--Allied intervention, 1918-1920
Slides (Photography)

Biographical Note

Story, Russell McCulloch, 1883-1942

1883, April 9 Born, Washburn, Illinois
1904 A.B. Monmouth (Ill.) College
1908 A.M., Harvard
1909 Married Gertrude Anderson of Pawnee City, Neb.
1909-10 Teacher at Clark College
1910-14 Professor of History at Monmouth College
1914-24 Instructor, Asst. and Assoc. Professor, and Professor of Political Science, Univ. of Illinois.
1917 Ph.D., Harvard
1917 author, THE AMERICAN MUNICIPAL EXECUTIVE
1917-18 War Work Secretary for Y.M.C.A. in Russia and Siberia
1919 decorated Cross of War (Czechoslovakia)
1924-25 Professor of Political Science, Syracuse U.
1925-37 Professor of Political Science, Pomona College
1937-42 President of Claremont Colleges

Container List

Box 1-5.

Glass slides of photographs taken in Russia and Japan, 1917-1919

Box 6.

Letters from Russell M. Story to Gertrude Story and others, 1917-1918

 

Unnumbered, October 1917, en route to Hawaii

 

No. 1, October 7-10, 1917, en route to Japan

 

No. 2, October 21, 1917, Yokohama

 

Unnumbered, October 22, 1917, Yokohama

 

Unnumbered, October 23, 1917, Tsuruga

 

No. 4, October 27, 1917, on board Trans-Siberian Express

 

No. 6, November 2, 1917 (Russian date, October 22), Vologda

 

No. 7, November 8, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 8, November 9, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 9, November 15, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 10, November 20, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 11, November 24, Moscow

 

No. 12, November 27, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 13, December 4, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 14, December 9, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 15, December 11, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 16, December 16, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 17, December 23, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 18, December 28, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 19, December 30, 1917, Moscow

 

No. 21, January 18, 1918, Petrograd

 

Unnumbered, January 19, 1918, Haparanda, Sweden

 

Unnumbered, January 29, 1918, Stockholm, Sweden

 

No. 22, January 29, 1918, Stockholm

 

No. 24, February 13, 1918, Stockholm

 

Unnumbered, February 17, 1918, Stockholm

 

No. 25, February 25, 1918, Tornio, Finland

 

Unnumbered, February 26, 1918, probably Tornio, Finland

 

Unnumbered, March 4, 1918, Sortavala, Finland

 

Unnumbered, March 8, 1918, Suojärvi, Finland

 

No. 27, March 15, 1918, Moscow

 

No. 28, March 17, 1918, en route to Samara from Moscow

 

No. 29, March 22, 1918, Samara

 

No. 30, April 20, 1918 and April 27, 1918, en route to Vladivostock and in Vladivostock

 

No. 31, May 1, 1918, Vladivostock

 

Unnumbered, May 9, 1918, Harbin, Manchuria

 

Unnumbered, May 12, 1918, Harbin, Manchuria (to his parents)

 

Unnumbered, May 14, 1918, Harbin, Manchuria

 

Unnumbered, May 18, 1918, Harbin, Manchuria (to Colton)

 

Unnumbered, May 22, 1918, Vladivostock

 

Unnumbered, June 1, 1918, Vladivostock

 

Unnumbered, June 8, 1918 and June 13, 1918, on board the Simbirsk en route to Yokohama from Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, June 13, 1918, Yokohama

 

Unnumbered, June 15, 1918, on board S.S. Hozan Maru, en route to Vladivostok (to U.S. Ambassador, Tokyo)

 

Unnumbered, June 23, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, July 10, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, July 14, 1918, Vladivostok (to his family)

 

Unnumbered, July 14, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, July 27, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, July 31, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, August 7, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, August 12, 1918, Vladivostok (?)

 

Unnumbered, August 24, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, August 28, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, September 1, 1918, Vladivostok (to his family)

 

Unnumbered, September 1, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, September 17, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, October 7, 1918, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, November 8, 1917, Vladivostok

 

Unnumbered, December 14, 1918, Seattle, Washington

 

Miscellaneous letters received, 1917-1921

 

Reports and pamphlets on the work of the Y.M.C.A. in Russia and Czechoslovakia between 1917 and 1919

 

Czechoslovakia Cross of War, certificate and correspondence

 

Passports

Box 7.

Glass slides of photographs taken in Russia and Japan, 1917-1919