Preliminary Inventory of the Alexis Borisovich Tatistcheff Papers, 1900-1978

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Preliminary Inventory of the Alexis Borisovich Tatistcheff Papers, 1900-1978

Hoover Institution Archives

Stanford University

Stanford, California

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Alexis Borisovich Tatistcheff
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Descriptive Summary

Title: Alexis Borisovich Tatistcheff Papers,
Date (inclusive): 1900-1978
Collection number: 77014
Creator: Tatistcheff, Alexis Borisovich, 1903-1990
Collection Size: 14 manuscript boxes, 1 scrapbook 6.7 linear feet)
Repository: Hoover Institution Archives
Stanford, California 94305-6010
Abstract: Correspondence, memoranda, writings, printed matter, and photographs, relating to the Russian nobility, the Romanov dynasty, the Russian Revolution and Civil War, and Soviet-American relations during the 1960s and 1970s.
Language: English and Russian.

Administrative Information

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Collection open for research.

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Alexis Borisovich Tatistcheff Papers, [Box no.], Hoover Institution Archives.

Access Points

Obolenskii family.
Romanov, House of.
Tatishchev family.
Russia.
Soviet Union.
Russia--Court and courtiers.
Soviet Union--Foreign relations--United States.
Russia--History--Nicholas II, 1894-1917.
Soviet Union--History--Revolution, 1917-1921.
Russia--Nobility.
United States--Foreign relations.
United States--Foreign relations--Soviet Union.


Container List

Box 1

Ves' Peterburg (All St. Petersburg), 1913 edition in Russian, one volume (#1)

 

"The Family Obolensky" (Obolenskii)

 

Bibikov family album

 

Tatistcheff (Tatischev) family album

 

Tatistcheff (Tatischev) genealogy

 

Photographs of Nicholas II

Box 2-3

Svod' Zakonov Rossiiskoi Imperii (Laws of the Russian Empire), 1900 edition, in Russian, two volumes (#2)

Box 3-4

"Diaries of Prince Dimitriy Alexandrovich Obolenskiy (Dmitrii Aleksandrovich Obolenskii), My Great Grandfather, 1853-1879." Typed manuscript in Russian, four volumes (#3)

Box 4

"Reminiscences of Ekaterina Borisovna Tatistcheff (Ekaterina Borisovna Tatischev), Born Princess Mestcherskaia, My Grandmother, 1848-1933." Typed manuscript in Russian, one volume (#4)

 

"Memoirs of Princess Mariya Sergueyevna Troubetskaia (Mariia Sergeevna Trobetskaia), My Mother-In-Law, 1918-1919." Typed manuscript in Russian, one volume (#5)

 

"Reminiscences of Boris Alexeyevich Tatistcheff (Alekseevich Tatischev), My Father, 1876-1949." Typed manuscript in Russian, one volume (#6)

Box 5

Album of illustrations (photographs) of the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II, his court, military parades and exercises, Imperial hunting expeditions, etc. One volume (#7)

 

"Illustrated History of the Tatistcheff (Tatischev) Family," by A. B. Tatistcheff (Tatischev). Typed manuscript in English, five volumes (#9)

Box 6

"Brief Histories of Some Russian Families Closely Related to the Tatistcheff (Tatischev) Family," by A. B. Tatistcheff (Tatischev). Typed manuscript in English, one volume (#10)

 

La Russie, by Armand Sylvestre, Paris, 1892, in French, one volume (#11)

 

"History of One Branch of the Obolenskiy (Obolenskii) Family" by A. B. Tatistcheff (Tatischev). Typed manuscript in English, one volume (#12)

 

Documents pertaining to my father, Boris Alexeyevich Tatistcheff (Boris Alekseevich Tatischev). One volume (#13)

Box 7-9

"Autobiography of Alexis B. Tatistcheff" (Tatischev). Typed manuscript in English, twelve volumes (#14)

Box 9

Miscellaneous documents pertaining to the United Nations activities in the former Belgian Congo, 1961-1963, unbound (#15)

 

"Documents Pertaining to FBI and CIA Investigations in Connection with My Security Clearances for Service in the US Federal Government and the United Nations, Annotated by Me," by A. B. Tatitscheff (A. B. Tatischev). In English, two volumes (#16)

Box 9-10

"Tatizdat," by A. B. Tatitscheff (Tatischev), unpublished articles, letters, etc. on various subjects, taped manuscripts in English and in Russian with some illustrations, three volumes (#17)

 

"Secret Agent," by A. B. Tatitscheff (Tatischev). Typed manuscript in English, one volume (#18)

Box 10

"An Interesting Assignment," by A. B. Tatitscheff, with illustrations, typed manuscript in English, one volume (#19)

 

Genealogy of the Tatitscheff Family, by Seruei Spiridonovich Tatitscheff (Sergei Spiridonovich Tatischev), published in 1900 on the 500th anniversary of the present name of the family, in Russian, one volume (#20)

Box 11-12

Istoriia Rosii s Drevneiiskikh Vremion (History of Russia from Ancient Times), by V. N. Tatitscheff (Tatischev). Published in the first half of the 19th century in Russian, four volumes (#21)

Box 12-13

Various letters to and from A. B. Tatistcheff (Tatischev) in Russian, French and English, unbound (#22)

Box 13

Reports by A. B. Tatitscheff (Tatischev) to the US Department of State on various assignments as escort interpreter, 1964-1978. Typewritten, unbound (#23)

 

"The Origins of the Rurikovichi: A Historical Essay," by A. B. Tatistcheff (Tatischev). Typewritten manuscript in English, one volume (#24)

Box 14

The Tsar Nicholas at the Fighting Front with the Army, in September-October 1914, published in 1915, in Russian, one volume (#25)

 

Tsarskie Deti i Ikh Nastavniki (The Tsars' Children and their Teachers), St. Petersburg, 1913, in Russian, one volume (#26)

 

Zhizneopisanie Imperatritsy Aleksandry Fedorovny, Suprugi Imperatora Nikolaia I, sostavil I. N. Bozherianov ,S-Peterburg: Tip. Tv-va "Obshchestvennaia Pol'za," dozvoleno tzenzuroiu...1898 ( Biography of the Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, wife of the Tsar Nicholas I. Published in St. Petersburg probably circa 1910, in Russian, one volume) (#27)

 

Seal of the Tatitscheff (Tatischev) family, one object (#28)

 

Matrices for use in impressing the seal of Tatistcheff (Tatischev) family on the metal buttons of the domestic male servants, two objects (#29)

Othertype On shelf

Scrapbook, "Album of Illustrations Pertaining to My Father's Voyage to France with the Tsar Nicholas II in 1901." Also contains some of my own and his pre-revolutionary Russian diplomatic passports and my family memorabilia (#8)