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Col. V.A. Pashkov Papers

 Collection — Container: Books
Identifier: SC-035

Scope and Contents

The Vasili Alexandrovich Pashkov papers are arranged into 5 series (Literary, Correspondence, Written Documents, News Clippings and Secondary) and occupy 187 microfiche.

Approximately 75% of the collection is composed of correspondence, in Russian, French, German, and English, from 1874 to 1901. General correspondence to Pashkov is arranged chronologically, while letters from prominent correspondents are filed in separate series. Letters from Pashkov are found in letter books (1884-85, 1885-87, 1887-89, and 1895 97) as well as a set of "unbound" letters.

Also included in the papers, are newsclippings and other published and unpublished documents.


  • Created: 1874-2000
  • Other: Majority of material found in 1874-1909
  • Other: Date acquired: 1989


Conditions Governing Access

There are no restrictions on this collection.

Conditions Governing Use

Duplication may be restricted if copying could cause damage to items.


3 boxes

2 Linear Feet

Language of Materials





Arrangement Note

The collection is arranged by series with folder level control.

Technical Access Requirements

Access to this collection requires the use of a microfiche reader.

Source of Acquisition


Method of Acquisition

Microfiche copies of the Pashkov Papers represents a joint effort by the University of Birmingham, England and several American institutions, including Wheaton College, to ensure the preservation of the materials. Wheaton College provided funds for processing the collection in exchange for a microfiche copy of the collection, which was received in 1989.

Other Descriptive Information

The Pashkov Papers (writings, correspondence, newsclippings) are microfiche copies of the originals held by the University of Birmingham, England. The papers were arranged by personnel of the University of Birmingham Library and occupy 187 microfiche.

Col. V.A. Pashkov Papers
Buswell Library Special Collections Staff
Description rules
Describing Archives: A Content Standard
Language of description
Script of description
Roman Script

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Repository

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