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Tsentral'nyi gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Sankt-Peterburga (TsGA SPb)
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Archives of Russia (2000), pp. 412-15; Arkhivy Rossii (1997), pp. 315-17; Arkhivy SPb (1998), pp. 5-9; GA Spravochnik (1989), pp. 284-87; G&K Spravochnik (1983), p. 67; Peterburg (1992), p. 67; RSFSR Spravochnik (1980), pp. 35-39; PKG M&L (1972), pp. 368-69; Sup. 1 (1976), p. 146.
The TsGA SPb website has an electronic list of all fonds and opisi within each fond with brief annotations and some opisi with scanned image at: http://www.spbarchives.ru/web/group/i....
d-120. Tsentral'nyi gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Sankt-Peterburga: Putevoditel'. Compiled by N.I. Dering, et al. Edited by N.I. Cherepenina, N.I. Dering, et al. 2 vols. Moscow: Zven'ia, 2002. 856 p. 872 p. “Arkhivy Rossii: Putevoditeli.” (Lib: DLC; MH).
d-121. Gosudarstvennyi arkhiv Oktiabr'skoi revoliutsii i sotsialisticheskogo stroitel'stva Leningradskoi oblasti: Kratkii putevoditel'. Compiled by M.V. Kiselev, et al. Edited by P.V. Vinogradov. Leningrad, 1962. 183 p. (Lib: DLC; IU; MH) [IDC-R-10,943].
The most detailed published description of holdings from the former GAORSS LO that remain in TsGA SPb. However, fonds from institutions in the fields of literature and art were subsequently transferred to TsGALI SPb (D–18), the scientific-technical division was transferred to TsGANTD SPb (D–20), and those from oblast-level institutions outside the city have been transferred to LOGAV (D–25). Many fond numbers cited have been changed.History
d-122. Cherepenina, Nadezhda Iur'evna. “Iz istorii spetskhrana Leningradskikh gosudarstvennykh arkhivov.” In Na podstupakh k spetskhranu: (Trudy mezhregional'noi nauchno-prakticheskoi konferentsii “Svoboda informatsii i okhrana gosudarstvennoi tainy: Proshloe, nastoiashchee, budushchee,” 24–26 sentiabria 1991 g. Sankt-Peterburg), edited by M.V. Konashev, pp. 65–71. St. Petersburg, 1995. (Lib: MH).
Provides a history of the establishment of special collections (spetskhrany) in state archives in Leningrad in the 1920s and the declassification process in the early 1990s.
Finding Aids — Specialized:For holdings relating to the Russian Orthodox Church, see Ist. RPTs (1995), pp. 229–33. For lists of Jewish-related holdings, see Jewish Doc. (1995), p. 57.
d-123. Cherepenina, Nadezhda Iur'evna; and Shkarovskii, Mikhail Vital'evich. Pravoslavnye khramy Sankt-Peterburga, 1917–1945 gg.: Spravochnik. St. Petersburg: Blits, 1999. 367 p. (Lib: DLC; MH).
A directory listing many sources for the history and fate of major monasteries and cathedral churches in Leningrad/St. Petersburg during the Soviet regime. Based on documentation in TsGA SPb, with the inclusion of texts of selected revealing documents.