Russian prince who became a priest, emigrated to the U.S. in 1792. Manuscripts of his sermons. (G 1354)
Iowa Commission for Russian Famine Relief (B. F. Tillinghast Papers)
Records, 1892, ca. 500 letters. Correspondence relates to the commission and its work. The Iowa Historical Records Survey Project's Guide to Depositories of Manuscript Collections in the United States: Iowa (Des Moines, 1940) notes this collection. (NUCMC 62–651)
Iowa State Public Archives
Records, 1836present, ongoing. Correspondence, reports, and miscellaneous items relate to the Russian famine of 1891–92. Includes letters and reports on the famine, relief work, and a special commission established to render aid (GII, box 371); 47 letters appealing for aid, 1892, in GVIII, box 37; lists of contributors to the women's auxiliary, reports, and correspondence, ca. 50 pp., in GVIII; and ca. 100 more letters in TVI. There is a published guide book to the public archives.