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At a Glance
Letters by Spichukov-Zabolotnyĭ to his wife. The letters date from the 1920's and were written from Leningrad to his wife in Finland. They deal with Spichukov-Zabolotnyĭ's unsuccessful attempt to emigrate to Finland, and give an account of the period of War Communism and of NEP. The collection includes an explanatory note (43 p.) by Ekaterina Maĭdel ́on the correspondence.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Family correspondence: Method of acquisition--Purchase; Date of acquisition--1959.
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Family correspondence Accessioned 1959.
Family correspondence Processed 01/--/80.
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History / Biographical Note
Spichukov-Zabolotnyĭ was an examining magistrate (sledovatel)́ in the Imperial court system. A.A. Spichukova-Zabolotnai︠a︡ was his wife.