Comprises: (1) Photocopies of Dickinson family documents, St. Petersburg, Chile, 1894, 1922; (2) Photocopy of a letter from Rev. James Key to the Registrar General concerning the records of British and American Congregational Church, St.Petersburg, 1906.
Dickinson family papers
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Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Dickinson family were members of the British community in pre-revolutionary Russia, resident in St. Petersburg
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The gift of Charles Dickinson August 1997.
In English, Russian
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