Materials, ca. 1909-present, gathered by Ethel and Stephen P. Dunn. Primarily printed matter and photo and microform copies, but also business correspondence, literary manuscripts, manuscript books, and diaries. Also, a taperecorded description of a flight to freedom in the Near East and rare or unique emigre Molokan periodicals and monographs, plus some titles published in Tiflis in the 1920s. Materials concern Molokan communities in Russia, particularly the Caucasus; Harbin, Manchuria; the United States; and Canada. Besides information on Molokan customs, history, practice, and theology, there are also data on the Dukhobors and Slavic Evangelical Christians. Information about these holdings may be obtained by writing Mrs. E, Dunn, Secretary, at the above address. Access is restricted to qualified scholars; literary rights are subject to permission of the Molokan church bodies involved.