Moscow: c. 1880. Beautifully and finely hand-colored photographs of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Read More about Album of 10 hand-colored photographs of Moscow and St. Petersburg
[Leyden]: 14 November 1713. A scarce broadside commemorating a Russian victory over Sweden in the Great Northern War (1700-21).This broadside is a supplement to the Gazette de Leyde, which was founded in 1677 by Jean Alexandre de la Font. The importance of the journal lays in its subtitle: "de divers..... Read More about Supplement aux Nouvelles Extraordinaires de Divers Droits de Leide le 14 Novermbre 1713
London: Printed for G. G. J. and J. Robinson, 1792. First edition. Elias Boudinot's copy. Elias Boudinot's copy with his signature on the title and along the gutter on page 80. Boudinot (1740-1821) was in the Continental Congress 1777-78 and 1781-83, he was President of Congress 1782, served in the..... Read More about Travels into Norway, Denmark, and Russia, in the years 1788, 1789, 1790 and 1791
Boston: The American Peace Society, 1904. Read More about "Bethink Yourselves" Tolstoy's Letter on the Russo-Japanese War
New York: International publishers, 1925. First American Edition. Read More about Literature and Revolution. Translated from the Russian by Rose Strunsky
Cambridge: Printed for private distribution at the Riverside Press, 1872. First edition, one of 212 copies. Streeter’s copy had a list of the 212 recipients, and a note that “Tucker had been given the ‘Ordre de St. Stanislaus de 2d Classe’. Pages 152-178 contain a description of the ‘great buffalo..... Read More about His Imperial Highness The Grand Duke Alexis in the United States of America of America during the...
London: printed for W. Taylor [and others], 1723-1722. First edition. A country house library copy: Lord Western bought Felix Hall inabout 1790. Western in the early nineteenth century made additions there in classical style, to create a modern mansion. Read More about The Present State of Russia … [vol. I:] Being an account of the Government of that Country,...
London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1893. First edition. Includes upland game (capercaillie) and bear and moose hunting, along with fishing. Read More about Out of Doors in Tsarland. A record of the seeings and doings of a wanderer in Russia
New York: Sept. 30, 1942. A letter written by the renowned Russian ace and world record setting Sikorsky test pilot, on behalf of Danish-born ballet and Broadway dancer, Paul Haakon, considered by many to be one of greatest ballet dancers of the 20th century. Reading in part: “I have known..... Read More about Typed letter signed ("Boris Sergievsky") to ("Whom it May Concern"
New York: Robert M. McBride & Company, 1931. First edition. Inscribed by Levine on half-title. With a card laid in with Zenzinov's address in NYC saying he is down on his luckZenzinov was born in Moscow in 1880, was part of the 1905 uprising as part of the Socialist-Revolutionary Party..... Read More about The Road to Oblivion. With the Collaboration of Isaac Don Levine. [Foreword by Vilhjalmur Stefansson
Philadelphia: University of Penn. Press, 1949. First edition. With TLS to Ashley Montagu laid in about Mendel, malthus, etc. Another about Zirkle being denounced by Lysenko at the Central Committee of Commuist party. Several offprints. Read More about Death of Science in Russia