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   Aleksandr Aleksandrovich and Mariia Nikolaevna Bashmakov Papers, 1830; ca. 1910-1958.

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Summary Information

At a Glance

Call No.:BA#0030
Bib ID:4077496 View CLIO record
Creator(s):Bashmakov, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich, 1858-1943.
Title:Aleksandr Aleksandrovich and Mariia Nikolaevna Bashmakov Papers, 1830; ca. 1910-1958.
Physical description:11.5 linear feet (23 boxes)
Language(s):In French and Russian
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Description

Scope and Content

These papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, documents,

subject files, photographs, and printed materials. Most of the collection concerns Bashmakov's ethnographical work in France in the 1920s and 1930s, including correspondence, many manuscripts, lectures, notes, and copies of his publications. Subject files concern emigre monarchism in France, and the death of Father Georgiĭ Spasskiĭ. There are copies of the Russian version of Bashmakova's memoirs, "Perezhitoe." Cataloged correspondence in the collection consists of letters from Petr Krasnov and one or two items each from Henry Field, Evgeniĭ Miller, Petr Wrangel, and Boris Zaĭt︠s︡ev. There are also photographic slides representing ethnographical types from the Caucasus.

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[Collection Name]. Rare Book and Manuscript Library. Columbia University.

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About the Finding Aid / Processing Information

Columbia University Libraries. Rare Book and Manuscript Library; machine readable finding aid created by Columbia University Libraries Digital Library Program Division

Processing Information

Papers Accessioned 1960

Papers Processed 01/--/79

Papers Revised 03/--/81

Machine readable finding aid generated from MARC-AMC source via XSLT conversion June 26, 2009 Finding aid written in English.
    2009-06-26 File created.

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Subject Headings

The subject headings listed below are found in this collection. Links below allow searches at Columbia University through the Archival Collections Portal and through CLIO, the catalog for Columbia University Libraries, as well as ArchiveGRID, a catalog that allows users to search the holdings of multiple research libraries and archives.

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Bashmakov, Marii︠a︡ Nikolaevna.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Field, Henry, 1902-.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Miller, Evgeniĭ Karlovich, 1867-1937.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Spasskiĭ, Georgiĭ--Father.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Zaĭt︠s︡ev, Boris Konstantinovich, 1881-1972.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID

Genre/Form

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Articles.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Lectures.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Letters.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Memoirs.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Notes.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Slides.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID

Subjects

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Emigration and immigration--France--20th century.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Emigration and immigration--Soviet Union--20th century.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Ethnology--France--20th century.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID
Ethnology--Soviet Union--20th century.PortalCLIOArchiveGRID

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History / Biographical Note

History

Bashmakov was an ethnographer in Russia and, after the Civil War, in France. His major works include "La synthes̀e des per̀iples pontiques" and "Cinquante siec̀les d'ev̀olution ethnique autour de la mer noire." He was also associated with the emigre monarchists in France, and was a member of Grand Duke Kirill's "state council" (gosudarevo soveshchanie). Marii︠a︡ Bashmakova was the author of a volume of memoirs, Mem̀oires (as Marie de Bashmakoff).

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