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James and Eugenia Zilboorg papers, 1898-1972.

Author: James Zilboorg; Eugenia Zilboorg
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Graphic   Visual material : Russian
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The James and Eugenia Zilboorg Papers consist of family correspondence, business correspondence, other personal papers, photographs and printed material documenting the life of James and Eugenia Zilboorg and their families. The two largest groups of letters are between James and Eugenia Zilboorg and between the Zilboorgs and the Gel'fman family. In addition to these two large groups of correspondence, there are
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Genre/Form: Photographs
Named Person: Eugenia Zilboorg; Gregory Zilboorg; James Zilboorg; Gel'fman family.; Zil'burg family.
Material Type: Graphic
Document Type: Archival Material, Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Zilboorg; Eugenia Zilboorg
OCLC Number: 702138713
Language Note: Primarily in Russian and English. Some letters are in German, Spanish and Yiddish.
Description: 5.22 linear feet (10 boxes)
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The James and Eugenia Zilboorg Papers consist of family correspondence, business correspondence, other personal papers, photographs and printed material documenting the life of James and Eugenia Zilboorg and their families. The two largest groups of letters are between James and Eugenia Zilboorg and between the Zilboorgs and the Gel'fman family. In addition to these two large groups of correspondence, there are letters from other family members and friends, including the Zil'burg family of Kiev. Of particular interest is James' early correspondence with his brother Gregory Zilboorg, who served as a Minister in the governments of Aleksandr Kerenskii and Georgii L'vov before emigrating to the United States and becoming a psychoanalyst and historian of psychiatry.

The collection also contains one box of printed material related to revolutionary Russian politics (1898-1927) and one box of other papers which include family photographs, ephemera and collected documents relating to revolutionary Russian politics.

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