Identifies collections held by public and university libraries, historical societies, and other institutions, as well as private collections, with material relating to any subject and historical period, and to the widest geographical area under imperial or Soviet rule. Includes movements for example
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List of Entries, Note, Foreword, Introduction, A Guide to Scholarly Resources on the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union in the New York Metropolitan Area, How to Use the, Index
Robert A . Karlowich is associate professor in the Graduate School of Computer, Information and Library Sciences at the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York. He was formerly Head of Slavic Acquisitions at Columbia University Libraries, and Slavic Bibliographer and Head of Slavic Acquisitions at the University of Illinois Library. Professor Karlowich earned an M.S. and a D.L.S. in library service from Columbia University, and did graduate work at Yale University and at the Institute of Culture in Leningrad, USSR. He is a member of numerous professional associations and committees. Among his other publications, Professor Karlowich edited Libraries, Bibliographies, and Books in Russia in 1917-1935: A Preliminary Bibliography of Books and Serials on the Period Published in the Soviet Union, 1946–1985.