Book/Printed Material Pisʹmo G.N. Potanina V.I. Semidalovu v Moskvu. Письмо Г.Н. Потанина В.И. Семидалову в Москву.

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Title
Pisʹmo G.N. Potanina V.I. Semidalovu v Moskvu.
Other Title
Письмо Г.Н. Потанина В.И. Семидалову в Москву.
Translated Title
A Letter From G.N. Potanin to V.I. Semidalov in Moscow.
Summary
This collection consists of diverse materials belonging to Grigorii Nikolaevich Potanin (1835-1920) and Nikolai Mikhailovich Iadrintsev (1842-94), two prominent Siberian scholars, social and political activists, and leaders of the regional-studies movement. The materials include their correspondence with friends and social activists (eighty-five items), photographs from N. G. Potanin's expedition to Mongolia in 1899 (seventeen items), and photographs from the journal of Nina Aleksandrovna Adrianova, who was the daughter of Aleksandr Vasil'evich Adrianov, a specialist in regional studies (eight items). World Digital Library.
Contributor Names
Potanin, G. N. (Grigoriĭ Nikolaevich), 1835-1920.
Created / Published
Saint Petersburg, Russia : [publisher not identified], 21 senti︠a︡bri︠a︡ 1894 g.
Subject Headings
-  Potanin
-  Seroshevskiĭ
-  Tomsk
-  Irkutsk
-  Sankt-Peterburg
-  Потанин
-  Серошевский
-  Томск
-  Иркутск
-  Санкт-Петербург
Notes
-  Peredano Lʹvovoĭ N.A., plemi︠a︡nnit︠s︡eĭ Semidalova v 1954-61 g.
-  Avtor soobshchaet o svoem priezde v SPb, meste zhitelʹstva zimoĭ 1894-95 gg.; rasskazyvaet o svoikh khlopotakh po vozvrashchenii︠u︡ V.L Seroshevskogo v Peterburg, pozit︠s︡ii v ėtom voprose Despota Zenovicha; informiruet o poluchennoĭ korrespondent︠s︡ii iz Tomska i Irkutska; o problemakh s izdaniem "Vostochnogo Obozrenii︠a︡".
-  Original text at: Tomsk Oblast Museum of Regional History and Folklife
-  Передано Львовой Н.А., племянницей Семидалова в 1954-61 г.
-  Автор сообщает о своем приезде в СПб, месте жительства зимой 1894-95 гг.; рассказывает о своих хлопотах по возвращению В.Л Серошевского в Петербург, позиции в этом вопросе Деспота Зеновича; информирует о полученной корреспонденции из Томска и Иркутска; о проблемах с изданием "Восточного Обозрения".
Medium
p. : 20.9 x 13.0 cm ; bumaga, chernye chernila, rukopisʹ.
Source Collection
Grigorii Nikolaevich Potanin and Nikolai Mikhailovich Iadrintsev Collection
Digital Id
https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.ndlpcoop/mtfxtx.wlt0010
Library of Congress Control Number
2018693214
Language
Russian
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Description
This collection consists of diverse materials belonging to Grigorii Nikolaevich Potanin (1835-1920) and Nikolai Mikhailovich Iadrintsev (1842-94), two prominent Siberian scholars, social and political activists, and leaders of the regional-studies movement. The materials include their correspondence with friends and social activists (eighty-five items), photographs from N. G. Potanin's expedition to Mongolia in 1899 (seventeen items), and photographs from the journal of Nina Aleksandrovna Adrianova, who was the daughter of Aleksandr Vasil'evich Adrianov, a specialist in regional studies (eight items). World Digital Library.
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Chicago citation style:

Potanin, G. N. Pisʹmo G.N. Potanina V.I. Semidalovu v Moskvu. [Saint Petersburg, Russia: publisher not identified, 21 senti︠a︡bri︠a︡ g, 1894] Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/2018693214/.

APA citation style:

Potanin, G. N. (1894) Pisʹmo G.N. Potanina V.I. Semidalovu v Moskvu. [Saint Petersburg, Russia: publisher not identified, 21 senti︠a︡bri︠a︡ g] [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2018693214/.

MLA citation style:

Potanin, G. N. Pisʹmo G.N. Potanina V.I. Semidalovu v Moskvu. [Saint Petersburg, Russia: publisher not identified, 21 senti︠a︡bri︠a︡ g, 1894] Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018693214/>.

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