McNeill family; Mrs. Neames, Russian refugee, in Danzig.
1256 Archival description results for Russians
Reports and statistics prepared by the Direction Générale de la Croix rouge russe [the old organisation of the Russian Red Cross], represented by Mr. Mourawieff-Apostol on the use of the fund (subsidy) for the management of several establishments. The file includes account statements and correspondence and the annual report of the Year 1932 of the Direction Générale de la Croix rouge russe.
F.C.23-1932 "Commission des finances, 11 octobre 1932 - Demande de prorogation des écheances de l'avance de 12.000 Fr.s. accordée à la Croix rouge russe"
F.C.31-1932 "Commission des finances, 11 octobre 1932 - Demande d'avance d'environ 18.000 francs suisses présentée par la Croix rouge russe en faveur de ses différentes institutions"
J.C.34-1933 "Commission de direction et Commission des finances, 10 octobre 1933 - Prorogation du délai de remboursement de l'avance de 12.000 Fr.s. accordée à la Croix-rouge russe à Paris."
Correspondence between the Union and their correspondent, Dr. Zagorsky, and between the latter and Geneva Office regarding support of this Service to members of the Union in re-settlement. Includes statutes of the union whose President is V. Sidorine, and Secretary, A. Popov.
"Association des Anciens Prisonniers de Guerre russes en Allemagne", This file contains correspondence from this association to the Geneva ILO Office regarding the status of these former war prisoners in Germany, their request is forwarded to the German delegation in Berlin (Mr. Schlesinger).
Correspondence exchanged between the Association (Prince D.A. Troubetzkoy, President) and the Geneva office regarding members wanting to re-locate in South America (Bolivia, Paraguay), includes resolutions of the General Assembly to consider the Refugee Service as intermediary and protector of the members in the colonization scheme. Prince M.A. Radkevitch-Mirsky succeeds Troubetzkoy as President from 21 Aug. 1927.
This file contains correspondence and notes regarding points raised at the inter-governmental conference of May 10-12 1926, decisions made during the 7th Assembly of LON, visa deliveries, the issue of the creation of a representative body of Russian emigrants in France. The Commission's correspondence is signed by Baron Boris Nolde and Jacques Rubinstein generally, Mr. C. Goulkevitch (Advisory Commission) acting sometimes as an intermediary. There are also regulations regarding the revolving fund created on the basis of the decisions made during 6th and 7th Assemblies of LON.
This file contains correspondence, notes, memoranda on the subject of granting of scholarships to Russian students by Swiss universities. The Geneva Office communicates with the Comité, Swiss universities and national/cantonal authorities. The file includes a summary of the aims and activities of the Comité (in Russian), a list of its members (including honorary) and its statutes.