Contains reproductions from many repositories, including, on microfilm, from the National Archives in Washington, D.C.: records of the Russian-American Company, 1802–67 (NARS RG 261); and notes from the Russian legation in the U.S. to the Department of State, 1809–1906 (NARS RG 59). These holdings have the respective call numbers M-11 and M-39.
Patrick J. Hurley
Papers, ca. 600–700 boxes (in process at time of writing). U.S. army officer. Includes correspondence, memoranda, telegrams, certificates, reports, press releases, notes, and invitations relating to the general's trip to the Soviet Union in 1942.
Stuart Ramsay Tompkins (b. 1886)
Papers (1917–56), 7 ft. and 8 microfilm reels. History professor. Subject file on Russian history, manuscript and galley proofs of his The Russian Mind (Norman, 1953), manuscripts on Alaska, article reprints, a monograph Russia through the Ages (1940), and 3 scrapbooks, 1 in Russian, containing primarily newspaper articles on Russia. Also, maps, including 13 negative photocopies of maps of Russian cities and areas from the 9th c. to 1900. On microfilm are materials on the Russian occupation of Kamchatka, transcripts of Russian and Spanish correspondence, and documents, from 1761–73, and many excerpts from Russian periodicals. (NUCMC 62–3026)