Catalogue of Manuscripts (Annapolis, 1957) and Catalogue of the Christian A. Zabriskie Manuscript Collection (Annapolis, 1956); addenda have appeared.
Aleksandr Vasil'evich Kolehak (1874-1920)
Russian admiral and counterrevolutionary leader. Holograph, signed document, 1918, from the admiral to the Russian ambassador in Washington concerning foreign intervention and aggression in Russia (rough draft). (Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection)
James Monroe (1758-1831)
U.S. president, 1817–25. 1 letter of 3, signed, 23 October 1816, sent by Monroe as secretary of state to the "prime minister" of Russia concerning the false arrest of the Russian Consul-General Kosloff (Kozlov). Included is a copy of a letter from Judge Joseph Hopkinson to His Excellency Andrew Daschkoff (Dashkov) of Russia giving details of Kosloff's arrest and imprisonment. (Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection)
John Paul Jones (1747-1792)
Papers, 1762–92, ca. 35 items. American naval hero born in Scotland, served in the Russian navy. An ALS, 29 December 1789, Amsterdam, to the Hon. W. Short, Esq., charge d'affaires of the U.S. embassy in Paris, includes references to Jones's service in Russia. (Miscellaneous Manuscripts Collection). Note: The museum also has photocopies of documents from Russian archives pertaining to Jones's stay in Russia in the Senior Collection.
William J. McCluney (fl. 1850s)
U.S. naval officer. 1 letter of 9 is from Captain Joel Abbot, commanding officer of a U.S. squadron in the China Seas, to Captain McCluney, 29 October 1853, enclosing a copy of a letter from the secretary of the navy (not in this collection) commending McCluney for assisting shipwrecked Russians in Japan. (Christian A. Zabriskie Manuscript Collection)