Russian-born economist. Original manuscript of A Century of Russian Agriculture, from Alexander II to Khrushchev (Cambridge, Mass., 1970).
Collection, ca. 1800–1860. 540 items. The Prince family operated Linnaean Gardens, where native European and Asian plants and trees were tested. There is a copy of a letter, 1847, from W. R. Prince to the Russian Imperial Gardens requesting that catalogues be sent to the Russian embassy in the United States. Published finding aid.
Ralph Edward Hodgson (b. 1906)
Papers, 3.5 ft. U.S. Department of Agriculture scientist. Includes manuscript, 130 pp., entitled "Notes on the Study of Animal Husbandry of the USSR (August 5, 1959-September 7, 1959)," a volume that describes Hodgson's visits to Soviet institutes, academies, and collective farms involved in animal husbandry.