Part of Fonds spéciaux
Archive of the family of Serguey Nikolaevich Prokopovich (1871-1955), Russian economist, sociologist, liberal politician, Minister in the Provisional (Kerensky) Government (1917), and his wife, Yekaterina Dmitriyevna Kuskova (1869-1958), a politician, advocate of social reformism, economist and journalist writing on economics, history and political matters, founder of the “Public Committee for Famine Relief” in 1921 and, a year later expelled with her husband from Soviet Russia for their anti-Bolshevik activity. The family lived in Geneva from 1939 up to their deaths, leaving their archive material, containing rare original correspondence, manuscripts and press clippings dated 1900-1958, to Boris Souvarine.
Source : The Boris Souvarine archive and library at the Graduate Institute / Svetlana Yakimovich. In : From communism to anti-communism, Open Edition, 2016.