Russian and Slavonic Studies Collections A to Z
The Collections guide is an A-Z listing with links to more detailed catalogue records for a range of printed books and archives in Special Collections. Our Archival handlists are included in the guide.
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This A-Z is not exhaustive and researchers are advised to explore other search options or get in touch if items do not appear here.
See Catalogue of Bunin, Bunina, Zurov and Lopatina Collection by Anthony J Heywood, 2000.
Archival and Printed Book
The Leeds Russian Archive (LRA) was established in 1982. It comprises some 500 collections of manuscripts, photographs and other archival material and a number of printed books, which document Russian history, literature and culture and Anglo-Russian contacts in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Finding aid no. F26
See Catalogue of Lomonossoff Collections by Hugh A Aplin, 1988.
Papers and correspondence of Ransome
Works cover a variety of subjects connected with Russia. The printed works date from 1736 up until 1995, but the majority of the books date from the early 20th century. The earlier works mostly cover aspects of Russian language. The collection contains early examples of polyglot dictionaries, English to Russian dictionaries, and a Russian to German phrasebook. The later works, dating from the late 19th century and 20th century, focus more on Russia's political situation, and on Russian literature, particularly the writings of Tolstoy.
See Catalogue of Bunin, Bunina, Zurov and Lopatina Collection by Anthony J Heywood, 2000