Babych Family papers

Scope and Content

Comprises the military service records and medals, death certificates, financial papers, newspaper cuttings, correspondence, medical and education documents, and legal documents of several members of the Babych family in Russia during the 19th and early 20th centuries

Administrative / Biographical History

Members of the Babych family held high rank in the Russian Imperial Army. Those who survived the Revolution became members of the post-revolutionary Russian migr community in France and Great Britain

Access Information

This collection has not been listed in detail and access to parts of it may be restricted under the Data Protection Act and other relevant legislation. If you would like to request access to any part of this collection, please contact Special Collections. Upon receipt of your request, a member of the team will discuss your requirements with you and review relevant material accordingly.

Acquisition Information

The gift of Sonia Branson, November 1998


In Russian

Other Finding Aids

A more detailed listing of the contents is available in the Leeds Russian Archive online catalogue

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