Correspondence, memoirs, and notes, relating to the Russian Revolution and political
events in Russia and abroad. Correspondents include V. A. Maklakov, P. N. Miliukov,
Ekaterina Kuskova, Vera Figner and other leading Russian political figures.
Ekaterina Murav'eva was the wife of Nikolai Murav'ev, member of a group of progressive
lawyers (including Vasilii Maklakov), active in the defense of radical political causes
in pre-revolutionary Russia. After the February revolution he was appointed chairman of
the committee investigating officials of the Imperial government. Between 1917 and 1922,
both he and his wife were active in the Politicheskii Krasnyi Krest (Political Red
Cross). In 1923, Ekaterina Murav'eva emigrated to Paris where she lived until her death
in 1948. Nikolai Murav'ev remained in the Soviet Union.
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