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Fund Number : 10
Title : The Aksakovs: Sergey Timofeyevich (1791-1859) - a writer; his sons: Konstantin Sergeyevich (1817-1860) - a poet, publicist; Grigory Sergeyevich (1820-1891) - a Siberian governor; Ivan Sergeyevich (1823-1886) - a poet, publicist.
Annotation :
Inventory 1-4. 1739-1915. Manuscripts of S. T. Aksakov. "Natasha (ocherk pomeschichyego byta)" ("Natasha (Sketch of the Landowner's Life)") - story (1858); "Sobiraniye babochek (rasskaz iz studencheskoy zhizni)" ("Collecting of Butterflies (story of the student's life)") (1859); the poems (1819 and n.d.); "Pismo k Druziyam Gogolya" ("The Letter to Gogol's Friends") - the article, manuscript list (1852) and others. There are 11 manuscripts. The letters of S. T. Aksakov (partially - handwritten copies) to: O. S. Aksakova - wife 144 (1826 - 1856), G. S., V. S., N. S. Aksakovs - children 38 (1839 - 1856), A. F. Gilferding 2 (1855), N. A. Yelagin (1853), A. P. Yelagina (1826), P. I. Melnikov - Pechersky (1857), N. I. Nadezhdin (1835), M. I. Sukhomlinov (1857), I. S. Turgenev 35 (1852 - 1857) and others. There are 27 addresses. The letters of S. T. and O. S. Aksakovs to S. G. and V. S. Zaplatins 63 (1816 - 1825). The letters of O. S. Aksakova to S. T. Aksakov 90 (1820 - 1856). The letters to S. T. and O. S. Aksakovs: I. S. Aksakov 6 (1842 - 1849), K. S. Aksakov 31 (1838 - 1860), A. F. Aksakova 9 (1866 - 1867), Y. A. Baratynsky (n.d.), P. I. Bartenev (1857), A. P. Bunina 3 (1828), A. N. Verstovsky 7 (1832 - 1853), A. P. Glinka (n.d.), N. V. Gogol 3 (1842 - 1847), M. I. Gogol - Yanovskaya 19 (1843 - 1858), M. A. Dmitriyev 18 (1822 - 1875), M. N. Zagoskin 2 (1821, 1822), V. N. Karazin 2 ([1831] and n.d.), G. F. Kvitko - Osnovyanenko 14 (1828 - 1836), P. V. Kereyevsky (1856), D. M. Knyazhevich 6 (1821 - 1842), P. A. Kulish 32 (1854 - 1857), M. A. Maksimovich 3 (1856 - 1857), P. I. Melnikov - Pechersky 4 (1857 - 1858), A. I. Pisarev (1822), P. A. Pletnev (1855), M. P. Pogodin 14 [1828 - 1856], N. A. Polevoy (1828), A. O. Rosset 24 (1845 - 1874), M. Y. Saltykov - Shchedrin (1857), M. I. Sukhomlinov (1857), T. I. Filippov (1854), A. A. Shakhovsky 2 (1830 and n.d.), T. G. Shevchenko (1858), S. P. Shevyryov 2 (n.d.), P. A. Shirinsky - Shakhmatov (1829), A. A. Shishkov 2 (1829 and n.d.), M. S. Shchepkin (1839) and others. There are 112 correspondents. The service records of S. T. Aksakov (1827, 1828); the official letters, explanatory notes and other materials connected with S. T. Aksakov's activity as the censor (1828 - 1832), the reference about the service (1839), the extraction from the Moscow Censorial Committee journal about S. T. Aksakov's dismissal (1832); the death certificate (1859). The article of N. M. Pavlov about S. T. Aksakov's creative work and the chronological outline of his life; the articles about "Semeinaya Khronika" ("Family Chronicle") of S. T. Aksakov - a newspaper cutting; the bibliography of S. T. Aksakov's works - newspaper and magazine cuttings (1856 - 1912). The manuscripts of K. S. Aksakov. The poems: "Idealy (iz Shillera)" ("Ideals (from Schiller)") (1838), "Drugu Chelovechestva" ("To the Friend of Mankind") (1844), "Pesnya Russkogo Slavyanina" ("The Song of the Russian Slav") (1854), "Svobodnoye Slovo" ("The Free Word") (1854), "A. G. Kartashevskomu" ("To A. G. Kartashevsky") (1854) and other; the stories and narratives: "Valter Eizenberg" ("Walter Eizenberg") (1836), "Oblaka" ("Clouds") (1836) and other; the plays: "Osvobozhdeniye Moskvy v 1612 Gody" ("Liberation of Moscow in 1612") (1845 - 1847) and "Knyaz Lupovitsky ili Priezd v Derevnyu" ("Prince Lupovitsky or Arrival to the Village") (1852); the articles: "Semisotleiye Moskvy" ("The 700-Year Anniversary of Moscow") [1847], "Bogatyri Vremyon Vel. Kn. Vladimira v Russkikh Pesnyakh" ("Bogatyrs of Grand Prince Vladimir's Times in Russian Songs") [1854], the review about "Gorkaya Sudbina" ("The Miserable Fate") A. F. Pisemsky's drama (1858), "O Drevnem Byte Slavyan Voobsche I Russkikh v Osobennosti" ("About the Slavs' Ancient Life in General and the Russian Ones Especially") (n.d.), "Ob Osnovnykh Nachalakh dlya Russkoy Istorii" ("About Main Beginnings for the Russian History") (n.d.), "Kratkiy Istoricheskiy Ocherk Zemskikh Soborov" ("Short Historical Essay of Zemstvo Councils") (n.d.), the obituary of N. V. Gogol [1852] and other. There are 111 manuscripts. The notebooks of K. S. Aksakov 12 (1830 - [1857]). The letters of K. S. Aksakov to: N. T. and G. I. Kartashevskies (1856), Y. F. Samarin - photocopies 50 (1841 - 1860) and others. There are 8 addresses. The letters to K. S. Aksakov of: S. T. Aksakov 4 ([1836] - 1840), S. G. Volkonsky (1857), P. A. Vyazemsky (1857), A. I. Herzen (n.d.), A. F. Gilferding 8 (1858 and n.d.), M. I. Gogol - Yanovskaya (1842), G. P. Danilevsky 2 (1858, 1859), N. A. Yelagin (1854), P. A. Kulish 7 (1854 - 1857), N. I. Nadezhdin [1843], P. A. Pletnev (1860), M. P. Pogodin 5 [1852 - 1860], A. O. Rosset 3 (1850, 1852 and n.d.), A. S. Khomyakov 17 ([1852] and n.d.), A. A. Shakhovsky (1829), S. P. Shevyryov 5 (1854) and others. There are 44 correspondents. The personal file of Moscow University student K. S. Aksakov (1832 - 1835). The manuscripts of I. S. Aksakov. The articles: about the nationality and orthodoxy (1865), about the world negotiators and the world congresses (1879); the speeches at the Slavic Committee conference (1877 - 1878) and other; the poems: "Dusha Bolit, Dukh Noet I Toskuyet:" ("The Soul is Aching, the Spirit is Whining and Missing:") (1841), "Varvarino" ("Varvarino") (1878) and other; "Brodyaga" ("The Tramp") - poem, list [1852]; "Utro v Ugolovnoy Palate" ("The Morning in the Criminal Chamber") - comedy, 3 lists (1857) and others. There are 18 manuscripts. The letters of I. S. Aksakov to: A. F. Aksakova - wife 263 (1865 - 1885), A. D. Bludova 5 (1854 - 1857 and n.d.), A. I. Georgiyevsky - photocopy (1880), V. V. Grigoryev - photocopies 8 (1849 - 1878), N. P. Ignatyev (1882), A. I. Koshelev 16 (1858 - 1861), N. M. Pavlov 37 (1866 - 1886), D. A. Tolstoy 3 (1885) and others. There are 25 addresses. The letters to I. S. Aksakov of: S. T. Aksakov 25 (1841 - 1845), A. F. Aksakova 130 (1866 - 1885), A. I. Herzen 2 (1860, [1867]), M. F. De -Pule (1859), A. I. Koshelev 9 (1853 - 1883), N. S. Leskov - typewritten copies 33 (1874 - 1884), M. A. Maksimovich 2 (1861), V. P. Meshchersky [1875], N. M. Pavlov 9 (1859 - 1860), P. A. Pletnev 3 (1846), M. Y. Saltykov - Shchedrin (1858), D. F. Samarin (n.d.), Y. F. Samarin (n.d.), Y. A. Sverbeyev (1874), Vl. S. Solovyev 15 (1883 and n.d.), D. F. Tyutcheva 41 (1867 - 1885), Y. F. Tyutcheva 122 (1867 - 1881), F. I. Tyutchev 34 (1861 - 1871), A. S. Khomyakov - manuscript copies 2 (1859 and n.d.) and others. There are 51 correspondents. The record of service of I. S. Aksakov (1849); materials connected with I. S. Aksakov's activity at the "Den" ("The Day"), "Moskva" ("Moscow"), "Rus" ("Russia") newspapers publication (1862 - 1886); the certificate about awarding by the Red Cross Serbian Society Sign (1876); the obituary and articles about I. S. Aksakov - newspaper cuttings; the certificate about burial (1886). The manuscripts of A. F. Aksakova (born Tyutcheva); the diaries 8 (1847 - 1882), the memoirs (1852 - 1870), the notebooks 6 (1855 - 1874); her letters to E. F. Raden 53 (1863 - 1885), M. A. Stakhovich 77 (1886 - 1889), Y. S. Shenshina 15 (1862 - [1870]); the letters to her of: P. A. Vyazemsky [1852], Vl. S. Solovyev 31 (1886 - 1889), A. K. Tolstoy (1863), F. I. Tyutchev 140 (1838 - 1853). The diary of V. S. Aksakova (daughter of S. T. Aksakov) (1854 - 1855); the letters to her of N. V. Gogol's sisters: Y. V. Bykova 22 [1850 - 1854] and A. V. Gogol - Yanovskaya 14 [1852 - 1857]. The letters to G. S. Aksakov (son of S. T. Aksakov) of different persons (1873 - 1880); the translation of the "Detstvo Bagrova Vnuka" ("Chilhood of Bagrov the Grandson") of S. T. Aksakov by O. G. Aksakova (daughter of G. S. Aksakov) into English (n.d.); her letters to P. Y. Shchyogolev 7 (1912 - 1913). The family album of the Aksakovs with the poems of I. S., K. S. and S. T. Aksakovs (1832 - 1868). Materials of N. P., O. P. and F. P. Aksakovs (distant relatives): the letters of V. M. Lavrov (n.d.), S. A. Yuryev (n.d.); the family correspondence (1843 - 1888). 1739 - 1915. The manuscripts. The plays: "Prazdnik v Rozhdestvene" ("The Holiday in Rozhdestveno") of A. N. Verstovsky [the 1830-ies], "Marfa Posadnitsa Novgorodskaya" ("Marfa Posadnitsa of Novgorod") of M. P. Pogodin (1830); "Vadim ili Probuzhdeniye Dvenadtsati Spyaschikh Dev" ("Vadim or Awakening of Twelve Sleeping Girls") of S. P. Shevyryov [1830]. The manuscript lists: the letter of V. G. Belinsky to N. V. Gogol, the "Moskva I Peterburg" ("Moscow and Petersburg") article of A. I. Herzen, the poems of P. A. Vyazemsky, F. N. Glinka, V. A. Zhukovsky, A. S. Pushkin, A. S. Khomyakov and others [the1830s - 1850s]. The letters: of P. N. Batyushkov to N. M. Pavlov (1887), of D. A. Valuyev to V. A. Panov (without date), of F. A. Vitberg to P. Y. Shchyogolev (1912), A. P. Yermolov to N. P. Godein (1855) and A. A. Zakrevsky (1851), of Y. F. Samarin to N. M. Pavlov (1865), of A. S. Khomyakov to Y. F. Samarin (1844).
Dates : 1739 - 1915 гг.
Quantity of Items : 721