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Sankt-Peterburgskii Institut istorii RAN (SPbII)
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Archives of Russia (2000), pp. 517-24; Biblioteki SPb (1993), p. 57; Peterburg (1992), p. 237; Arkhivy Rossii (1997), pp. 394-400; GAF Spravochnik (1991), pp. 401-404; G&K Spravochnik (1983), pp. 51-52; Spravochnik AN (1979), pp. 45-75; PKG M&L (1972), pp. 213-15, Sup. 1 (1976), pp. 68-70; Myl'nikov (1970), pp. 56-57; Begunov, Sprav.-ukaz. (1963), pp. 59-71; Biblioteki AN (1959), pp. 232-33.
Most of the institutional fonds and collections and personal fonds and collections held by the Institute are listed in Spravochnik AN (1979)—Russian Section (pp. 48–70), Western European Section (pp. 70–75).
e-230. Pobedimova, Galina Antonovna; and Sredinskaia, Natal'ia Borisovna. Fondy i kollektsii arkhiva: Kratkii spravochnik. Edited by I.N. Bespiatykh and M.P. Iroshnikov. St. Petersburg: “Blits”, 1995. 48 p. [RAN; SPbF IRI] (Lib: DLC; IU; MH).
The guide lists and briefly annotates over 300 fonds and collections in numerical order, including 100 that were not included in the more extensive 1958 guide (e–231). Entries are grouped according to the Russian and Western European sections and with rubrics identifying their type of provenance (official records, personal papers, etc.)
e-231. Putevoditel' po Arkhivu Leningradskogo otdeleniia Instituta istorii. Compiled by L.G. Katushkina, G.E. Kochin, I.V. Valkina, et al. Edited by A.I. Andreev, A.G. Man'kov, V.A. Petrov, et al. Moscow/Leningrad: Izd-vo AN SSSR, 1958. 603 p. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-10,957].
A detailed, comprehensive guide to the LOII collections as then organized, with extensive bibliographic references to published inventories and other descriptions, to documentary publications from the holdings, and to contiguous materials in other repositories. Includes name and geographic indexes with numbers of fonds and collections. Coverage is updated by the 1995 guide (e–230) which lists 100 additional fonds not included in the 1958 guide.
e-232. Peterburg v epokhu Petra I. Dokumenty v fondakh i kollektsiiakh Nauchno-istoricheskogo arkhiva Sankt-Peterburgskogo instituta istorii: Katalog. Pt. 1. Compiled by E.A. Andreeva, T.A. Bazarova, I.B. Fomina and G.A. Pobedimova. Edited by I.N. Bespiatykh and V.N. Ginev. St. Petersburg: “Nauka”, 2003. 790 p. [RAN; SPbII] (Lib: DLC; MH).
The catalogue describes 3,952 documents from 18 fonds and 32 collections relating to construction and development of St. Petersburg under Peter I.Surveys
A brief general survey of the holdings with a list of other publications.
A survey of documentary publications from the Russian section of the LOII Archive (1936–1985).Western European Section
e-239. Rukopisnye istochniki po istorii Zapadnoi Evropy v Arkhive Leningradskogo otdeleniia Instituta istorii SSSR: Arkheograficheskii sbornik. Edited by A.D. Liublinskaia and V.I. Rutenburg. Leningrad: “Nauka,” Leningradskoe otdelenie, 1982. 176 p. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH).
Finding Aids — Specialized:For materials pertaining to the Orthodox Chruch, see Ist. RPTs (1995), pp. 241–62.
Collection of the Archeographic Commission
A survey of the work of the Archeographic Commission during its first 75 years, with emphasis on publications during the period 1884 to 1909.
e-245. Opisanie aktov, khraniashchikhsia v Arkhive Imperatorskoi Arkheograficheskoi komissii. St. Petersburg, [n.d.]. Irregular. Individual titles vary. “Letopis' zaniatii Arkheograficheskoi komissii.” (Lib: IU; MH) [IDC-1296].
A series of volumes within the LZAK series, which provide catalogues and/or manuscript descriptions of many of the charters and other documents collected by the Archeographic Commission. Detailed analysis of the contents of these and other volumes in the LZAK series is provided in the Begunov Spravochnik (1963). Appropriate correlations with current fond numbers are provided in the 1958 guide (e–231).
e-246. Barsukov, Nikolai Platonovich. Rukopisi Arkheograficheskoi komissii. St. Petersburg: Tip. M.M. Stasiulevicha, 1882. iv, 210 p. “Izdanie Imperatorskoi Arkheograficheskoi komissii.” (Lib: IU; MH) [IDC-R-7063].
Describes 229 Slavic manuscripts collected by the Archeographic Commission, more than 100 of which are now in SPbF IRI (fond 11); the other part of the collection is in BAN. The initial supplement covers an additional 32 manuscripts now divided between SPbF IRI and BAN.
e-247. Bibliograficheskii ukazatel' izdanii Arkheograficheskoi komissii, 1836–1936: (K 150-letiiu Arkheograficheskoi komissii). Compiled by L.P. Smirnova, et al. Edited by M.P. Iroshnikov. Leningrad, 1985. 60 p. [BAN SSSR; LOII AN SSSR] (Lib: DLC; MH).
Provides a comprehensive bibliography of the publications of the prerevolutoinary Archeographic Commission and its postrevolutionary successors until it was disbanded in 1936. Includes an alphabetical index of titles and name indexes. Many of the publications are from or pertaining to collections in the Archive.
e-248. Podrobnyi katalog izdanii Arkheograficheskoi komissii, vyshedshikh v svet s 1836 po 1918 gg. 6th ed. Petrograd: 9-ia gos. tip. 1918. 116 p. (Lib: IU; MH) [IDC-R-11,047].
The catalogue, arranged by type of publication, includes full bibliographic data on published collections of Russian chronicles, reports from archeographic expeditions, official historical documents, foreigners' descriptions of Russia, charters and letters of Russian tsars and emperors, diaries, and travel accounts. Many of the published materials are from collections from the Archeographic Commission now held by the Archive.South Slavic Manuscripts
e-250. Moshin, Vladimir A. “Iuzhnoslavianskie rukopisi v Arkhive Leningradskogo otdeleniia Instituta istorii SSSR Akademii nauk SSSR.” Arkheograficheskii ezhegodnik za 1973 god (1974), pp. 200–205. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-10,754 mf. 136-39].
A description of 12 manuscripts (13th–19th cc.) in Serbian, Bulgarian, and Macedonian languages from the collection of Academician N.P. Likhachev and the Collection of the Russian Archeological Institute in Constantinople, which are now held in the Western European Section of the Archive.Hungarian Materials
e-252. Dokumenty po istorii Vengrii v Nauchno-istoricheskom arkhive Sankt-Peterburgskogo instituta istorii Rossiiskoi Akademii nauk: Katalog/Hungarica iratok az Oroszországi Tudományos Akadémia Szentpétervári Történeti Intézetének leveltárában. Compiled by S.N. Iskiul' and N.B. Sredinskaia. Edited by V.N. Pleshkov and E.M. Varga. St. Petersburg: “Evropeiskii dom”, 2008. 103 p. + 26 p. ill. [RAN; SPbII; Arkhivnyi institut kul'turnogo, nauchnogo i informatsionnogo tsentra Vengerskoi Respubliki; Rossiisko-Vengerskaia komissiia istorikov pri RAN i VAN].
Describes documents on the history of Hungary held in the Archive (in Russian and Hungarian). Preface in Russian, Hungarian, and English.Italian Materials
e-254. Katushkina, L.G. “Ot Dante do Tasso”: Katalog pisem i sochinenii ital'ianskikh gumanistov v sobranii LOII SSSR. Leningrad: “Nauka,” Leningradskoe otdelenie, 1972. 107 p. Preface by V.I. Rutenburg. [AN SSSR; LOII SSSR] (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-11,322].
A scholarly description of 275 units in the collection of letters of various authors of the Italian Rennaisance (15th–16th cc.) with references to their published versions and variant texts.
e-258. Liublinskii, Vladimir Sergeevich. “Istochniki po istorii skandinavskikh stran v Leningradskom otdelenii Instituta istorii AN SSSR.” Skandinavskii sbornik, 1963, no. 6, pp. 258–73. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-10,959; also in R-9844].
Describes materials principally relating to Sweden (16th–19th cc.).
e-259. Kurskov, Iurii Vasil'evich; and Rukhmanova, E.D. “Istochniki po istorii russko-skandinavskikh otnoshenii v rukopisnykh sobraniiakh g. Leningrada.” Skandinavskii sbornik, 1958, no. 3, pp. 257–69. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-10,873; also in R-9844].
Describes sources relating to the Scandinavian countries (16th–19th cc.), most of which are held in SPbF IRI. See also the later article by R.I. Kozintseva, “Istochniki po istorii russko-skandinavskikh otnoshenii v arkhive Leningradskogo otdeleniia Instituta istorii SSSR,” in Istoricheskie sviazi Skandinavii i Rossii IX–XX vv. Sbornik statei (Leningrad, 1970), pp. 342–55.
e-260. Vozgrin, Valerii Evgen'evich. “Materialy po shvedsko-krymskim otnoshehiiam v XVI–XVII vv. v arkhive LOII SSSR.” Vspomogatel'nye istoricheskie distsipliny 9 (1978), pp. 318–34. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-in R-10,758].
e-263. Efimov, Sergei Vladimirovich. Avtografy Petra Velikogo: Katalog/Autographs of Peter the Great: Catalogue. Edited by I.N. Bespiatykh. St. Petersburg: “Blits”, 1995. 133 p. Introductions in English and Russian. [RAN; SPbF IRI] (Lib: DLC; IU; MH).
An annotated catalogue of 179 documents of Peter the Great (dating from 1698–1724) retained in the Archive, predominantly decrees and letters. Subjects cover military, state, and diplomatic affairs. Name and geographic indexes.
e-264. Vasil'ev, Aleksandr Nikolaevich. Aristid Ivanovich Dovatur: Dokumental'noe nasledie uchenogo v Arkhive Sankt-Peterburgskogo filiala Instituta rossiiskoi istorii RAN. St. Petersburg: “Dmitrii Bulanin”, 2000. 178 p. [RAN; SPbF IRI] (Lib: DLC; MH).
Surveys the papers of classicist, epigraphist Aristid Ivanovich Dovatur (1897–1982).
e-265. Petrov, V.A. “Obzor sobraniia Vorontsovykh, khraniashchegosia v arkhive Leningradskogo otdela Instituta istorii Akademii nauk SSSR.” Problemy istochnikovedeniia 5 (1956), pp. 102–45. (Lib: DLC; MH) [IDC-in R-10,753 mf. 17-21].
A detailed description of the part of the Vorontsov archive held in LOII, including materials that formed the basis for the forty-volume Arkhiv kniazia Vorontsova, edited by P.I. Bartenev (Moscow, 1870–1897). Covers the personal and family papers from several generations of the Vorontsov family and the family manuscript collection (historical and literary manuscripts, and those regarding art, science, and agriculture). Also describes the extensive collection of official and private documents from various phases of government administration, law, foreign and domestic policies, estate and economic affairs, and geographic descriptions of different regions of the Russian Empire, among other subjects.
Surveys the papers of the well-known specialist on watermarks, A.A. Geraklitov (1867–1933), a professor at Saratov University.
Describes the personal papers of the Soviet historian Sh.M. Levin (1897–1969) now in the archive of SPbF IRI, mostly relating to his research in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century history.
Surveys the personal papers of the historian A.E. Presniakov (1870–1929), housed in the archive of SPbF IRI. A list of his works is included in the same volume, pp. 323–31.
e-270. Alpatova, V.D. “Obzor fondov uchenykh-istorikov, pogibshikh vo vremia blokady Leningrada: (Po materialam arkhiva LOII SSSR AN SSSR).” Arkheograficheskii ezhegodnik za 1973 god (1974), pp. 242–54. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-in R-10,754 mf. 136-39].
Surveys more than ten fonds of historians who perished in the Blockade of Leningrad, including S.A. Anninskii, N.G. Bogdanova, A.I. Vasil'ev, N.F. Lavrov, I.V. Meshalin, and M.I. Steblin-Kamenskii, among others.