Andrej Alekseevič Novikov Papers
Total size 0.37 m.
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Andrej Alekseevič Novikov (1860-1922): Russian agricultural scientist; married Anna A. Novikova (1864-1906), maiden name Anna A. Motovilova; they had nine children, of whom several suffered political repression in the Soviet Union, including the socialist-revolutionary historian Konstantin A. Novikov (1889-1937), the librarian Evgenija A. Novikova (1895-1975), who married the socialist-revolutionary Sergej F. Skorochodov (1888-1937), the physicist Vera A. Novikova (1900-1985) and Elena A. Novikova (1904-1991), who married the social democrat David M. Bacer (1905-1987).
Family papers collected by Ljudmila Novikova (born in 1934), member of the foundation of former GULAG prisoners Vozvraščenie. Passport of Anna A. Novikova 1905; a manuscript by Konstantin A. Novikov; some documents of Evgenija and Vera Novikova; papers of Elena A. Novikova and David M. Bacer consisting of letters from Irina K. Kachovskaja, manuscripts and autobiographical notes by David Bacer, a manuscript concerning Nikolaj Motovilov written by David Bacer and Elena A. Novikova together and documents concerning David Bacer's sister Mina; letters by Ljusjia Lisovskaja, who was a friend of Mina Bacer, written to her father 1905; manuscripts of three numbers of Kolokol'čik, a self-made journal by E. Novikova and others in Tula 1917.
Typescript of 'Rodnik. Povest' ob Ivane Novikove - pisatel' i čeloveke'. Biography of the writer Ivan A. Novikov (1878-1959), by Marina Novikova and Jakov Volkov 1959-1992; letter of D. Nekrasov to Aleksandr A. Novikov 1928.