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Format: Includes printed guide with an introduction by Richard Kneeley
Media: 267 microfiche
Coverage Dates: 1945-1990
Sources Covered: 100,000 cards

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The RZIA, one of the most important institutions to Russian emigration, created a library that collected books, periodicals, and newspapers from emigré communities in the USSR and around the world. T

he 100,000 cards in this catalog are extremely descriptive and contain extensive notes about the collection. There are 576 cards per fiche.

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