Amherst Center for Russian Culture
Alexei Antsiferoff Papers
1897-1953 (bulk 1920-1937)
The Alexei Antsiferoff Papers contain the research material, correspondence, and publications belonging to Alexei Antsiferoff (1867-1943), a Russian émigré economist, lawyer, professor, and publicist. The collection provides a picture of the rich activities of the Russian academic and cultural community abroad in the 1920s and 30s, particularly of Paris and Prague, most notably in the fields of agricultural economics.
Quantity: 7 linear feet
Containers: 2 records storage boxes
13 archives boxes
3 flat boxes
Processed: March-May 2011
By: Natalia Ermolaev, Archives Intern
Ian David, Center for Russian Culture Assistant
Listed: Musical scores listed July 1999
By: Aaron Stayman, Student Intern
Finding Aid: May 2011
Prepared by: Natalia Ermolaev
Edited by: Stanley Rabinowitz, Director, Center for Russian Culture
There is no restriction on access to the Alexei Antsiferoff Papers for research use. Particularly fragile items may be restricted for preservation purposes.
Requests for permission to publish material from the Alexei Antsiferoff Papers should be directed to the Director of the Amherst Center for Russian Culture. It is the responsibility of the researcher to identify and satisfy the holders of all copyrights.