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Register of the David Chubov Papers, 1905-1963
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Series Description

 

BIOGRAPHICAL FILE, 1905-1963.

Physical Description: Box 1

Scope and Content Note

Autobiography, correspondence, identity documents and other materials arranged alphabetically by physical form
 

CORRESPONDENCE, 1923-1953.

Physical Description: Box 1

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent. Also includes several thematic files retained in original order (materials therein described in greater detail)
 

WRITINGS, 1946 and undated.

Physical Description: Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Arranged chronologically by title
 

WRITINGS BY OTHERS, 1936-1963.

Physical Description: Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Arranged alphabetically by author
 

SUBJECT FILE, 1926-1955.

Physical Description: Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Brochures, leaflets and other printed matter, arranged alphabetically by subject heading
 

PHOTOGRAPHS, 1945-1950 and undated.

Physical Description: Box 2

Scope and Content Note

Ten prints depicting Chubov, family members, Church hierarchs, and various subjects, as well as two postcards depicting Nicholas II and Alexander III

Container List

 

Biographical File, 1905-1963

Box 1., Folder 1

Autobiography, 1956

Folder 2

orrespondence. Mainly correspondence of A. S. Loukashkin with Rev. M. Pol'skii, Rev. D. Chubov, and his secretary, Sofia Andreevna Izler, regarding the disposition of Chubov's archive, 1956-1963

Folder 3

Identity paper, 1905

Folder 4

Inventory of archival materials

Folder 5

Programs

 

Correspondence, 1923-1953.

Additional Note

See also BIOGRAPHICAL FILE/Correspondence
 

General

Box 1., Folder 6

"Perepiska s podsovetskimi liud'mi v Evrope." Consists of correspondence of various unidentified individuals. Includes cover letter by Chubov addressed to Iakov Iakovlevich, n.d.

 

"Pereselenie v Argentinu." Concerns Chubov's involvement in the resettlement of Russian refugees, soldiers, and officers of Gen. B. A. Khol'mston-Smyslovskii's detachment from Liechtenstein to Argentina. Includes correspondence with numerous Russians and foreign officials, lists of candidates for resettlement, and other related documents

Folder 7

1946

Folder 8

1946-1947

Folder 9

1947-1948

Folder 10

Untitled bound file of correspondence with N. E. Markov, Dowager Empress Mariia Feodorovna (signed by her secretary Pr. Dolgorukii), Grand Duke Nikolai Nikolaevich, Grand Duchess Anastasiia, Metropolitan Antonii, Prince N. L. Obolenskii, A. P. Kutepov, A. F. Trepov, B. Serafimov, P. N. Krasnov, Ivan S. Shmelev, A. Kartashev, 1923-1949. Also includes documents relating to the support of the Russian community in Sliven for anti-communist activities, 1923-1928

Folder 11

Bardygin, Nikolai Mikhailovich, 1953

Folder 12

Boris III, King of Bulgaria, 1924

Folder 13

Sitnikova, Olimpiada Semenovna, et al., 1943

Folder 14

Surguchev, Il'ia D., 1953 and undated

 

Writings, 1946 and undated

Box 2., Folder 1

"Za kem my poidem?" n.d. Typescript, attributed to Chubov by A. S. Loukashkin

Folder 2

"Pravda o masonstve," 1946. Typescript. Includes negative photostat of article by Iu. F. Semenov, "Vlast' nad dushami," Rossiia, 1947 March, and note on Semenov's and M. M. Fedorov's affiliation to freemasonry

 

Writings By Others, 1936-1963.

Additional Note

Contains primarily unpublished holographs and typescripts, with some mimeographed texts
Box 2., Folder 3

Eike, Vera Borisovna von. "Ekh, brattsy!" n.d. Typescript

Folder 4

Kostanda, Apostol Aleksandrovich. "Istoriia ikony Blagoveshcheniia, pozhertvovannoi Khramu-Pamiatniku Imperatora Nikolaia II v Briussele," [1953]. Includes correspondence and related texts

Folder 5

Kotliarevskii, N. M. Speech about Nicholas II, 1936 February 2. Typescript

Folder 6

Shmelev, Ivan S. Letter to S. A. Izler, 1963

Folder 7

Unidentified. "Iudin grekh," n.d. Typescript

Folder 8

Unidentified [D. Slavskii?]. "Malen'kaia russkaia istoriia," [1944 April]. Holograph

Folder 9

Unidentified. "Sovetskii Soiuz - ne Rossiia," 1947 October. Typescript

Folder 10

Unidentified. "Zakat khristianstva: Episkop Damaskin, ego zhizn' I bor'ba za pravoslavie," 1944 December. Typescript

 

Subject File, 1926-1955.

Additional Note

Includes brochures, leaflets and other printed matter
Box 2., Folder 11

Displaced persons

Folder 12

Eastern Orthodox Church

Folder 13

Gogol', Nikolai

Folder 14

Monarchism

Folder 15

Orlov, Sergei

 

Propaganda, Anti-communist. Materials published by various groups opposed to communism

Folder 16

Bratstvo russkoi pravdy

Folder 17

Fond spaseniia Rossii

Folder 18

Unidentified organization

Folder 19

Miscellany

Folder 20

Miscellany

 

Photographs, 1945-1950 and undated.

Box 2., Folder 21

One photograph depicting Chubov's parents in the Kuban' region (n.d., probably pre-Revolutionary), one small photograph of Russian Orthodox Church hierarchs, six photographs depicting Gen. B. A. Khol'mston-Smyslovskii and Chubov performing religious services for the former's troops interned in Liechtenstein (1945-1946), one photograph depicting cadets of the Versailles Cadet School, one photograph depicting N. Vorob'eva's farm in Buenos Aires (1950) and two postcards depicting Nicholas II and Alexander III