1 v. (47 p.), handwritten, in Russian script. Tells the story of Bishop Innocent from 1827 when as Joann Veniaminov he came as a new missionary to Unalaska through 1842, when he returned to Alaska as a Bishop. Further volumes not found....
Aleksandr Dimitrievich Pustynskii with stick, front, center; Kashevaroff, left; Soboleff (?), back. All men and women wearing ribbons on chest. Two buildings occupied by Andrew Kashevaroff family in background.
Back row, left to right: Priest Ioann Orlov, Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Innokentii (Pustynskii), Priest Nikolai Rysev (Protoierei), Stefan Repin (later Igumen Sergei) and Leontii Sivtsev, psalm reader. At Unalaska.
Left to right: Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Tikhon Bellavin, and Petr Popov. The priests stand in front of a wooden building, on a rug at the top of a set of stairs. Another man looks on from a window.
Left to right, seated: Ivan Semenovich Semonov, Father Aleksandr Martysh and Iosif Rogers; standing: Timofei Fedorovich Demidov, Innokentii Perfilievich Chechenev, Vasilii Balashev and Vasilii Alekseevich Chechenev.
Seven are identified. Back row (l. to r.): Priest Aleksandr Kedrovskii, Bishop Nikolai Ziorov, Priest Nikolai Rysev. Middle row, third from left: Semen Alfreevich Milovidov. Middle row, on right: Ivan Diakonov. Front row, far right: Spiridonov.