" The collection includes manuscripts of ecclesiastical character such as gospels, psalters, menologia, and ritual books, as well as theological and philosophical works, medical treatises, and anthologies of poetry." From UCLA.
Bilingual, multimedia digital library of material related to the parallel explorations of the American west, Siberia and the Russian far east, and the meeting of the two cultures in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest.
"The photographs of Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii (1863–1944) offer a vivid portrait of a lost world—the Russian Empire on the eve of World War I and the coming revolution." Exhibition from the Library of Congress.
In 1959, Lawrence G. "Larry" Monthey joined a tour of the Soviet Union and other European countries. "The images presented here document various destinations and educational events in Leningrad, Moscow, Kiev and Kharkov."
Collection presents 78 posters of advertisements for performances and presentations that took place in the 1920s-30s in Eastern Europe, especially Latvia. From University of Wisconsin -- Milwaukee Libraries.
Unknown artist. The Mice Burying the Cat. Russian, print, ca. 1670-1729. Public Domain.