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At a Glance
These papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, and printed materials. The correspondence consists of typed copies of letters sent by Vinaver and Ivan Petrunkevich to each other. Manuscripts include a Duma speech by Vinaver on the Białystok pogrom of 1906 and two items on Russian politics by him. There is also an essay by Petr I︠U︡renev on the Vinaver-Petrunkevich correspondence. Printed materials include bound copies of "Zveno" for 1926-1928, and six books by or about Vinaver.
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
Papers: Source of acquisition--Valentina Cremer. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--1975.
Papers: Source of acquisition--Valentina Cremer. Method of acquisition--Gift; Date of acquisition--1979.
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Papers Accessioned 1975.
Papers Processed 07/--/79.
Papers Accessioned 1979.
History / Biographical Note
Lawyer and leading Russian liberal; he was a founder of the Constitutional Democrat (Kadet) Party, and a delegate to the first Russian State Duma. In emigration he settled in Paris and edited the weekly "Zveno.".