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Correspondence in Russian (summary translations) (folder 1 of 17)
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Item 1: Letter #1
From editor of "Narodnoe Khoziaistvo" (National Economy [approximate translation]) 3/20/1902 On publ. of an article (almost illegible)

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Item 2: Letter #2
From "Scientific Review" - about payment for an article. From: Fishtok (?) 7/2/1903

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Item 3: Letter #3
From (?) Yakovlevicha - refers to contents of earlier correspondence; hard to make out what that is no date (from Warsaw)

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Item 4: Letter #4
From Natasha professions of friendship 1892

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Item 5: Letter #5
From Natasha refers to Rubinov's entry into university unsigned note about family affairs from someone else no date

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Item 6: Letter #6
From "New Life", no date, but from the 1910's signed "Pavel Serlin" - arrangements for an article

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Item 7: Letter #7
From "New Life", Pavel Serlin - "article published" (1910's)

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Item 8: Letter #8
Signed Effrou (?) - June 2, 1897

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Item 9: Letter #9
From "News of the Day", July 19, 1898, signed Effrou -about Rabinov's doing work for the paper in the future

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Item 10: Letter #10
Signed Effrou, no date, about Rubinov's column -"don't write so much about politics, this is Russia"

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Item 11: Letter #11
From "The New Magazine for Everyone", no date 1910's signature illegible - a disagreement about published an article

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Item 12: Letter #12
- no date - signature (and letter) basically illegible - something about Russian economy and trade with America

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Item 13: Letter #13
About the publication of a book, which will be reviewed by the writer, signed VI. Vagner (Wagner) Dec, 25 1895

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Item 14: Letter #14
Packet of letters (signature illegible) about the translation of books Darwin after Darwin, and The Evolution of Sex, 1896

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Item 15: Letter #15
From "Nature", Vladimir Aleksandrovich Vagner -about translation, in same packet as (14)

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Item 16: Letter #16
"Hotel Belvedere, Baltimore" letterhead July 15, 1907 signature illegible, initials P.V. - about a possible meeting

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Item 17: Letter #17
"Hotel Rector, N.Y." letterhead, an invitation to breakfast from Ekaterina G.? - three other from same woman - acceptance of invitation to matinee, "see you tomorrow" and suchlike

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Item 18: Letter #18
Request for help finding work from Avraam (?) Sept. 14, 1903

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Item 19: Letter #19
5 letters in purple ink from Iosif Markovich Goldshtein (from Moscow) 4 from 1908, one 1912 - all refer to literature on labor questions, mostly about topics relating to workmen's compensation

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Item 20: Letter #20
One more (from Moscow) in purple ink, same handwriting, same subject (1908)

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Item 21: Letter #21
Letterhead: "The New Willard, Washington, D.C.",. July 27, 1913, from Goldshtein - notes about his trip in U.S. and Canada, sets meeting with Rubinov

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Item 22: Letter #22
1913, "Waldorf-Astoria, New York" - from Goldshtein sets meeting

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Item 23: Letter #23
"Cosmos Club, Washington" - Aug. 1913, from Goldshtein � gives his address

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Item 24: Letter #24
2 (back to purple ink) from Goldshtein in Moscow 3/6/1914, and 6/25/1915 - references to Rubinov's family reasons for not having written, etc.

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Item 25: Letter #25
12 letters: on the letterhead of "Editorship: Editions of the Brothers Granat and Co." - all but one signed A. Smirnov. - on publication of various things between 1910-15