Many pencil sketches by fellow inmates R. Prostakov and Nikolai
Bol'shakov, and several others, of inmates, guards, and parts of prison.
Texts of decrees of prison administration. Texts of 27 letters from wife A. Vinokouroff. Handcopied articles...
Ms. (blueprint copy). Shows location of crash of C.B. Eielson and E.E. Borland with locations of individual pieces of wreckage. "Diagram of the accident executed on the spot, during the excavation, from 5 to 22 February, 1930, by student of the...
Notes on the Tlingit and Kad'iak languages and some on others within the Russian-American possessions, with appended Russian-Tlingit dictionary. Compiled by Ivan Veniaminov in Sitka. 1st ed. St. Petersburg, 1846.
An attempt to...
Object Name: book
Subject: Russian Orthodox Church
Accession Number: 73-27
Description: paper; ink; printed; bound
Descriptive Narrative: TLINGIT OLD & NEW TESTAMENT READER from St. Nicholas Church,...
Original 1846 edition of the fundemental work on the Aleut language, the Eastern (Fox Island) dialect.
Published in 1846 in St. Petersburg, Russia by the Imperial Academy of Sciences. Physical description: 237p. File type: PDF 44.44MB
Poems from Russkii Golos (Russian Voice), a literary publication, published in New York, between ca. 1915-1925 181 envelopes with accompanying poems, hand copied by Michael Z. Vinokouroff and arranged alphabetically by name of poet
This bilingual map is in Russian and French and shows Russian American territory at the height of Russian activity in North America. The interior of Alaska is blank as it had not yet been explored and mapped. The ancillary map shows the California...
Pages 107-122: poetry by Artem Verba and Iv. Kremnistyi, essay by Luka
Pages 69-100: essay by Leonid Utesov and poem "Lapping and rustle of the
night), struck out (author name illegible).
United States atlas: maps and charts accompanying the case and counter case of the United States, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.
Title taken from caption. View of the top of the door of the church in Nikolski. English writing reads: Saint Nicholas the Thaumaturge. Photograph taken during the 1938 Smithsonian Institution's Archaeological Expedition to the Aleutian Islands.
Title page in British atlas: maps and charts accompanying the Case of Great Britain, by the Alaskan Boundary Tribunal, and published by the United States Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., 1904.