Museum of Comparative Zoology
1810-present, ca. 280 cu. ft. (additions expected), Contain correspondence between Russian and American scientists. Russian-born correspondents include Alexander Omfrievich Kovalevskii (1840–1901), Konstantin Dmitrievich Khrushchev (b. 1852), Sergei Ivanovich Ognev (b. 1886), Boris Stepanovich Vinogradov (b. 1891), and Sergei Sergeevich Turov (b. 1891). Correspondents on the American side include Alexander Agassiz (1835–1910) and Glover Morrill Allen (1878–1942).
Fish Department Records
In process. Include correspondence of Nikolai Borodin, curator (1928–35), with scientific institutions and individuals in the Soviet Union, ca. 1 ft.
Papers, 1910–15, 18 items. Ornithological collector. Diaries of his expeditions in Alaska and the Bering Strait region. Notes on birds and mammals, and descriptions of village life; also photographs.