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Guide to Archive Collections

This guide to UCL SSEES Library's archive collections is arranged by three letter alphabetical code relating to the titles of collections i.e. Alexander Collection is "ALE". The titles of collections are the names of the person or organisation whose papers form the collection, the person, place or organisation they concern, or the title of a manuscript or album of photographs. The date range given by collection titles below indicate the date range of the contents of the collection rather than the life span of the individual or organisation.

Information given for each collection (where available):

  • Brief background details of the person or organisation with whom the collection is concerned, where applicable references to bibliographic sources are given.
  • Availability of more detailed lists in Library and links to on-line lists where available.
  • Brief details of the contents and a date range of contents.
  • Physical description (i.e. 1 volume, 250 pp) and note on condition of material where applicable.
  • Languages of material.
  • Access restrictions, most collections are in the "Access unrestricted" category and may be consulted in the Library without special permission.
  • Special copyright conditions. For the majority of collections, copyright is held by the creator of the material rather than UCL SSEES, therefore copyright legislation of the country in which the material was created applies.
  • Details of publications are given where part of a collection has been published or has been used to produce a publication.
  • Related material, "See also" references to related archive collections both within UCL SSEES Library and in other repositories are given. Links to related collections or repositories are given where available.

How to use this guide

Choose the name of the collection in which you are interested to go to the collection description. The list of collection descriptions can be navigated by choosing the first letter of the collection code from the alphabet below.Choosing "Archive Collection Guide Home Page" will return you to this page.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

A

ALE - Alexander, Stella (1962-1989)
ALL - Allan, Robert Gerard (c.1918-1940)
AMF - Amfiteatrov, Aleksandr Valentinovich (1927-1936)
ANF - Anglo-Finnish Society (1939-1995)
ANG - Anglo-Russian Society (1892-1936)
ANI - Anisionov (c.1929)
ARG - d'Argenteau, Count Karl Mercy (1751)
ART - Artefacts (c.1944;1980)
ASC - Ascherson, Neal (1979-1985)
AUT - Auty, Phyllis (1966-1971)

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B

BAL - Balkan legal document (circa) 1500-1700 (circa)
BAN - Banknotes (1898-1947)
BBC - British Broadcasting Corporation (c.1951-c.1989)
BEC - Beck, E J (c.1910)
BEH - Bentham, Sir Samuel (1993)
BEN - Beneš, Edvard (c. 1938)
BER - Beran, Cardinal Josef (1948)
BES - Berson, Alan Charles (1962)
BET - Betts, Reginald Robert (c.1928-c.1938)
BEV - Bevan, Daisy (1929)
BLI - Blit, Lucjan (1913-c.1961)
BLJ - J Bloch and Co (c.1900)
BLK - Block, Alexander (c.1944-c.1945)
BOL - Bolsover, George Henry (1896-1982)
BRN - Branfoot, Anne (1926)
BRO - Bromhead, Lieutenant-Colonel Alfred Claude (1916-1918)
BRS - Brasova, Countess Natalia Sergeevna (1909-1913)
BSS - British Southern Slav Society (formerly British Yugoslav Society)
BTL - Bethell, Nicholas William, 4th Baron Bethell (1938-2007)
BUD - Budgen, D E (1976)
BUL - Bulgarian theatre (undated)
BUX - Buxton, David Roden (1928)

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C

CAR - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (c.1945)
CEE - Central/Eastern Europe Liaison Office (1993)
CEN - Centrosoius (1932)
CHI - Chichagov, Pavel Vasilievich (c.1983)
CHO - Cholnoky, Jenő (c.1987)
CHR - Christian Solidarity International (1991-1993)
CLI - Clissold, Stephen (1958)
COM - Committee for ... church in Brussels as a memorial to ... Czar Nicholas II (1930)
CTR - Carter, Professor Frank (1964-2001)
CZE - Czechoslovakia (c.1930-1944)
CZH - Czechoslovakia, velvet revolution (1989)

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D

DAN - Danubian Lands (c.1939-c.1945)
DAR - Dare, Alan and Hollander, Paul (1959)
DCK - Decker, Carl von: translation into Russian of 'Ansichten über die Kriegführung im Geiste der Zeit...' (1846)
DEA - Deacon, Olive Marjorie (1919-1920)
DEN - Deane, John (c.1794)
DIC - Dickson, Alfred (1988)
DIM - Dimović, N (1951-1954)
DJI - Djilas, Milovan (c.1910-2002)
DRU - Druce, J G F (1942)
DUC - Duckworth-Barker, Vernon (1984)
DUF - Duff Cooper, Alfred (1938)

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E

EIS - Eisenstein, Sergei (1931-c.1996)
EVA - Evans, Arthur (1855-1921)
EVM - Evans, Margaret (1883)

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F

FOT - Fotograficheskaia Vystavka (1912)
FOW - Fowlds, Hilda (1924-1932)
FRA - Frank, Viktor Semonovich (1936)

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G

GAI - Gardiner, Kathleen M (c.1925)
GAL - Galton, Dorothy (1945-1981)
GAN - Gardner, Monica (1919-1933)
GAS - Gaselee, Stephen (1920-1942)
GIL - Colonel Giles (Frank Lucas Netlam) Collection: The Albanian Frontier Commission (1921-1928)
GLE - Glenny, Michael (1919-1990)
GLO - Glover, Douglas G (c.1982)
GOL - Golovin, Orest (c.1875-c.1920)
GOR - Gorbachev, Mikhail Sergeevich
GRI - Griboyedov, Aleksandr Sergeevich (1995)

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H

HAH - Haham, Naham (1899-1946)
HAN - Williams, Sir John Hanbury- (1859-1946), Major General
HAR - Hare, Professor Richard Gilbert (c.1961)
HAV - Havel, Václav (1985)
HAW - Harrowby Manuscript Trust (c.1975)
HEK - Hektorović, Petar (1979)
HER - Herzer, Albert (1945)
HES - Hessen, Sergius (1939-1950)
HOR - Horne, Joseph Christopher William (c.1985)
HUN - Hungary (c.1965)

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I

IGN - Ignotus, Paul (1957-1977)
ILL - Illustrations (c.1910-1913)
IND - Independent Political Movements in the USSR (1988-1991)
IVA - Iványi-Grünwald, Béla (c.1945-c.1965)

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J

JOH - Johnstone, Kenneth (c.1950-1978)
JON - Jones, David Mervyn (1922-2009)
JOP - Jopson, Norman Brooke (1935)
JUL - Julkunen, Martti (1984)

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K

KAR - Karadžić, Vuk Stefanovic (1832)
KEA - Keating, Daniel F (1911)
KIT - Kitch, J Michael (c.1971-c.1979)
KLU - Klugmann, James (1943-1945)
KNE - Keane, Professor John (1949- )
KON - Kónyi, Manó (1861-1917)
KOR - Korobko (1994)
KOS - Kosina, Josef (c.1948-c.1983)
KOV - Kovachev-Chernomorski, Asen St (c.1932)

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L

LAM - Lamb-Maissa Collection (c.1859-c.1923)
LAT - Latvian Election Posters (1993)
LET - Lettau, Dr Carl (1988)
LIE - Lieven, Prince Paul Ivan Lieven (1954)
LIS - Lisicky, Karel Lisicky (1915-1948)
LOD - Lodge, Olive Clare (1919-1953)
LOE - Loewenson, Lev Sergeevich (1631-c.1963)
LUC - Luckyj, George and Rudnycky, Jaroslav (1949)
LUN - Lungu, Dov (1932-1936)

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M

MAC - Macartney, George, Earl (c.1768)
MAL - Malnick, Dr Bertha (1935)
MAN - Mann, Stuart Edward (c.1947-c.1983)
MAS - Masaryk, Jan Garrigue (1935-1948)
MAT - Matthews, William Kleesmann (1911-1958)
MEA - Mead, Professor William Richard (1969-1976)
MEY - Meyendorff, Baron Alexander Felixovich (c.1921-c.1933)
MIC - Michael I, former King of Romania (1991)
MIL - Miller, Margaret Stevenson (c.1920-c.1979)
MIN - Miner's Delegation (1926)
MIR - Mirsky, Prince Dmitri Petrovich Svyatopolk (1928-1929)
MIT - Mitchell, Bruce (1991)
MIV - Mitrovich, Paul (1965-1967)
MOE - Möller, Heinrich (1902)
MOL - Mollo, Evgenii Semenovich (1856-1982)
MOS - Moscow (c.1962)
MOZ - Mozart in Prague (1956)
MRN - Mironov, Pyotr Vasilievich
MUR - Murray, Lieutenenant-General Sir James Wolfe (1853-1919)
MUS - Musin-Pushkin, Aleksei Semonovich (1772-1774)

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N

NAÇ - Naçi, Gjenco Demetre (1921-1992)
NAT - National Book League (1978)
NOR - Norway and Russia (c.1895)

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O

OSO - Osobyi Komitet po delam Russikh emigrantov v Latvii (1920)
OTR - Otryvki i doksografiia drevneishikh grecheskikh filisofov (c.1941)

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P

PAL - Palavestra, Pedrag (1977-1980)
PAH - Pahl, R E and Thompson, P R (1991)
PAN - Pannwitz, Heinz (1959;1985)
PAP - Papmehl, K A (1974)
PAR - Pares, Bernard (1903-1948)
PAT - Parfitt, Todor (1946-1970)
PAV - Pavlovsky, G A (1921;1929)
PAY - Partiia Narodnoi Svobody (1921-1922)
PES - Pesti, József (1956)
PET - Petražcki, Leon (1931)
PNO - Polish non official media (1978-1989)
POD - Podkomissiia po pol'skmu Voprosu (1919)
POL - Poland (1944)
PRI - Pring, S W (c.1910-1955)
PRU - Pruner, Rudolph (1935)
PTR - Péter, Professor László (1971-1994)
PUS - Pushkin, Aleksandr Sergeevich (1937)

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R

RED - Redward, Frank Gann (1956)
RIC - Richardson, Edmund W (c.1900-1946)
ROB - Robinson, Vandeleur (1835-1944)
ROG - Rogachevskaia, Ekaterina Borisovna (1993)
ROM - Rose, Margaret Tatiana (1988)
ROS - Rose, William John (1938-1939)
RTH - Robson and Harvey (Aug-Dec 1867)
RUI - Russian Imperial bonds (1822-1916)
RUO - Russo-Turkish war album (1877-1878)
RUR - Rura, Michael Joseph
RUS - Russkoe Studencheskoe Khristianskoe Dvizhenie za Rubezhom (1929-1931)
RUT - Russia theatre programmes (1912-1919)
RUU - Russo-Turkish wars glass plates (1736-1792)

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S

SCH - School of Slavonic and East European Studies (1922-1993)
SCO - SCONUL (SEEG and ACOSEEM) (1964-1992)
SEK - Sekulich, Dr Milos (1924-1984)
SER - Servo-Bulgarian War (1885)
SET - Seton-Watson, Hugh (1855-1980)
SEW - Seton-Watson, R W (1901-1951)
SHL - Shliapentokh, Dmitrii (c.1990)
SIM - Simon, Ezsther (1947-1973)
SIN - Sinclair, Archibald Riddell (1962-1963)
SKI - Skilling, Harold Gordon (1940)
SLA - Slavonic manuscript (miscellaneous) (c.1950)
SMI - Smith, Prof. Gerald Stanton
SOK - Sokolov, B N (c.1917)
SOS - Soskice, Dr David (c.1910)
SOT - Sovet Russkikh Chastnykh Zheleznykh Dorog (1922)
SOU - Soviet Union photographs (c.1955)
SOV - Soviet Union photographs and postcards (c.1950-1953)
SOY - Soiuzfoto (1934-1935)
STA - Stakhovich, M (undated)
STE - Stevens, Harry C (c.1925-1972)
STF - Stafford, Nicholas (1934 Travel Journal)
STR - Strasti Christovy (c.1700)
SUB - Subotić, Dragutin (c.1952)
SWO - Sword, Keith

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T

TAP - Tappe, Eric Ditmar (1948-c.1979)
TER - Terry, Garth M (1974)
TOL - Tolstovskii Muzei (1912)
TOM - Tomalin, Magdolna (1947-1987)
TOO - Toogood, Henry Foster (1923;1925)
TOR - Toruń (1655;1658)
TRE - Trevor-Battye, Aubyn Bernard Rochfort (1904)

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U

UNW - Unwin, Peter (1991)

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V

VAI - Vaitsenberg-Schwetje, Jekaterina (1995)
VAN - Vanko, Juraj (1977)
VER - Vergotti, Jacques M (1990)
VEY - Veyrenc, Jacques (1962)
VID - Vidia Moskvy i Eiaa Okrestnostei (c.1915)
VIE - Video (1991-1996)
VIN - Vincenz, André de (1961)
VSE - Vserosiiskii Zemskii Soiuz (1921)

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W

WAL - Walshe, Maurice O'Connell (c.1955)
WAR - Wardrop, Sir John Oliver (1894-1931)
WES - Western borderlands of the USSR (1944)
WHA - Wharton, Leonard C (1921-1934)
WID - Wilde, Johannes (1920-c.1960)
WIL - Williams, Dr J Emlyn (1928)
WOL - Wolf, Lucien (1911-1928)

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Y

YEL - Yeltsin, Boris, presidential campaign (1996)
YUG - Yugoslavian press cuttings (1991-1994)

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Z

ZIS - Zisserman, N V (c.1937)
ZJE - Zjednoczenie Polskie and Polska Macierz Szkolna (1991)



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