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Moscow. [People gathered in city square]. Effect of the Bolshevik Revolution

Moscow. [People gathered in city square]. Effect of the Bolshevik Revo...

Photograph captioned Effect of the Bolshevik Revolution shows bullet-pocked building. Titles from item and devised by library staff. From disbound album of James Maxwell Pringle's business trip to Russia and As... more

Moscow. A street barricade. Bolshevik graves

Moscow. A street barricade. Bolshevik graves

Title from item. From disbound album of James Maxwell Pringle's business trip to Russia and Asia for First National City Bank of New York. Accession box no. DLC/PP-2010:041

Women of the highest position feel deeply the beauty of the Bolshevik doctrine

Women of the highest position feel deeply the beauty of the Bolshevik ...

Title on verso. (DLC/PP-1934:0068). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Society Woman" by Harrison Rhodes, Harper's magazine, 138:455 (March 1919).

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