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At a Glance
Lisitsyn's correspondence consists of two letters dated 1926 and 1927 from Alekseĭ Sergeevich Tolmachev with Lisitsyn's carbon reply concerning the book "Dukhi i zhizn'" a collection of essays on Russian religious sects. There is also a pamphlet commemorating the fifth anniversary of the Circle of Russian Culture (Kruzhok dukhovnago obshchenii︠a︡) in 1929.
Using the Collection
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Restrictions on Access
This collection is located on-site.
Ownership and Custodial History
Gift of the Harriman Institute, via Eugene Beshenkovsky, 1988.
About the Finding Aid / Processing Information
Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Correspondence Processed ejs 01/--/89.
2020-04-23 PDF removed. jg
History / Biographical Note
I︠A︡kov Ivanovich Lisitsyn was a Russian emigre, active in the Circle of Russian Culture (Kruzhok dukhovnago obshchenii︠a︡) which was founded in 1924 to fill the cultural needs of the Russian emigre community in New York.