35 boxes, (204 reels) of microfilm
Arrangement of Series:
- 1.Jordania, Noe
- 2.Tcheidze, Nicholas
- 3.Paris Peace Conference
- 4.Georgia- history--1917
- 5.Georgia- history-- revolution
- 6.Georgia- history-- autonomy
- 7.Georgia- foreign relations
- 8."- economic conditions
- 9."- politics and government
- 10.USSR- history and revolutions
- 11.Georgia- archives
Through correspondence, memoranda, and statistical data, this collection documents the Georgian government's activities (from military affairs to trade and agriculture) upon its declaration of independence in 1921. Of key note for those interested in Soviet history are the Republic of Georgia's relations with the Soviet government during this time.
On loan to Harvard until 2004 from Georgian government-in-exile.
Terms Governing Use:
Consult manuscript catalog at Houghton.
Georgian Archives. Houghton Library. Harvard University.
For More Information:
Contact Houghton Library, Cambridge, MA 02138; (617)495-2441.