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[Statement re: Mr. Herridge]

This file consists of a statement by the members of Doukhobor community, mostly likely the Sons of Freedom and/or the CCBRD. The statement describes Mr. Herridge as the political candidate of the “former” Sons of Freedom.

[Bill Hrimakin]

This file consists of statements provided by Bill Hrimakin in regards to various events and people in the Doukhobor community including: S. Sorokin, J. Lebedoff, J.J. Verigin, P. Maloff, V. Markin, V. Konkin, I. Savinikoff. This file contains documents relating to the CCBRD and Kootenay Committee for Intergroup Relations (KCIR).

[Mary Astoforoff and Mary Malakoff]

This file consists of letters and statements by Mary Astoforoff (Astaforoff) and Mary Malakoff that relate to issues present in the Doukhobor community including arson, prison, leadership struggle and the Doukhobor beliefs. This file includes accompanying documents, such as list of people not welcomed in Krestova, a resolution of the Sons of Freedom relating to children’s education, community statements, and a letter to S. Sorokin by Peter Slastukin. This file contains documents relating to the CCBRD.

Alex Datchkoff

This file consists of statement by Alex Datchkoff concerning divisions and issues within the Doukhobor community.

Mike Bayoff

This file consist of an appeal written by Mike Bayoff to John Lebedoff.

Mike Bayoff

This file consist of letters, statements and articles written, transcribed or collected by Mike Bayoff that relate to the Sons of Freedom, the USCC, J. J. Verigin, P. V. Verigin, and P. P. Verigin. This file contains documents relating to the CCBRD.

[Kathy Astoforoff]

This file consists of letters, statements, and a notebook of Kathy Astroforoff (Astaforoff) related to the relationship and issues between the Sons of Freedom, the USCC and the CCBRD as well as to the arson, protests and imprisonment.

[Astoforoffs]

This file consists of statements by both Mary and Kathy Astoforoff in regards to arson (1977), newspaper clippings (1925, 1944 and 1960), a set of documents “Questions to J. J. Verigin”, and a passage about part of Doukhobor history by Alexander Dutoff. This file contains documents relating to the CCBRD.

Key people

This sub-series consists of various documents that pertain to the specific individuals within the Doukhobor community that belong to or had relations with the Sons of Freedom group. The documents found in this sub-series include: correspondence, writings, messages, statements, petitions, resolutions, appeals, notebooks, clippings, articles and account of events. This sub-series includes following themes: Doukhobor leadership issues, splits in the Doukhobor community, arson, imprisonments, children education and children’s removal from homes by the government, the Sons of Freedom and the Reformed Doukhobors. Documents are in Russian or English, some are printed and some handwritten.

[Writings]

This file consists of song text, message, appeal, protocol, list of documents, resolution and clipping. It includes an appeal to the brotherhood of working people by the Russian anti-military movement; a prophetical message; a resolution of the Sons of Freedom in regards to their children’s education; an anonymous letter considering the Russian Eastern Orthodox and Doukhobor beliefs as well as a list of documents created by the Sons of Freedom between years 1928-1951.

[Efanov’s writings and reproductions of others writings]

This file consists of various writings of Alexander William Efanov and his reproduction of letters, writings, song text, etc. written by others. The records are mostly handwritten on lined notebook pages and concerning various topics relating to the Doukhobors. There are also some mimeographed records in Russian and English. The records include: accounts of the return of P. V. Verigin from exile; letters of P. V. Verigin, Efanov’s reflections (?); song texts and poems; letters; excerpts from Bible; P. P. Verigin’s speeches; articles from Vestnik; an essay by Alexander Podrabinek “Punitive Medicine”. Many items are not dated.

[Efanov's scribbler and an essay]

This file consists a notebook with a label that reads: “This scribbler has been issued for approved studies, including the recording of sports, events, popular songs, or crossword puzzles. In addition, this file contains an essay by Alexander William Efanov entitled: ”Domination and destruction of the table of Satan”. Both items are handwritten in Russian.

[Speeches]

This file consists of speeches. The authorship and date of these documents are not always indicated; one of the speech is by Florence Potapoff and a couple are transcribed by V.S. Lapshinoff.

[Anonymous letter to W. Perepelkin]

This file consists of a letter allegedly received by W. Perepelkin that relates to divisions within the Doukhobor community and the matters of the Reformed Doukhobors. It also contains timeline of events from 1970 till 1988 regarding Sorokin, Perepelkin, and other community members.

Writings

This sub-series consists of various writings created by the members of Sons of Freedom that illustrate their approach to life and their beliefs. This sub-series includes: songs texts, writings, letters, resolutions, speeches, messages, essays, addresses, protocol, and appeal. In many cases authorship and date of the documents are unknown. Known authors include: A. W. Efanov (Freedomite, “intellectual”, protester and probably an arsonist) and Florence Potapoff. The records are in Russian and/or English; some are handwritten and some printed.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of the correspondence of Sons of Freedom and the CCUB, either written as organization to the community and government officials, as well as to and by the individual members of the Sons of Freedom. This file consists of letters, open letters, telegrams, appeals and messages. Some of the individual addresses and senders include: W. Winiel, A. Dutoff, A. Fomin, P. Winiel, P. Maloff, M. Pratop, I. Popoff, and Union of Youth.

[Correspondence of Aleksandr Prodan]

This file consists of letters from Aleks Prodan and Alina Prodan, living in Montevideo, Uruguay, to members of the Doukhobor community in Canada in regards to a vision received by their daughter Fenia and voicing concerns about leadership of “Diadia” (uncle - S. Sorokin?). There are three versions of the letter and multiply copies of each version; all stapled together to form long entity of letters. Photographs of Fenia [MSC121-DP-615] are stapled to one version of the letter, photographs of Aleks and Alina are stapled to the second version [MSC121-DP-616] and photographs of three people in the field [MSC121-DP-617]. There is also a fourth photograph that is an original image that was used for Aleks and Alina’s close-up photograph. In addition, there is a single copy of fourth letter that was written as an answer to Georgi Kimov. Original envelops with names of addresses in Canada are also stapled to these documents as well as three local newspaper clippings relating to Sorokin’s life in Uruguay and in Canada.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of the correspondence of the Sons of Freedom and the CCUB, either written as organization to the community and government officials, as well as to and by the individual members of the Sons of Freedom. This file consists of letters, open letters, telegrams, appeals and messages. Some of the individual addresses and senders include: E. Popoff, A. Fomin, P. Maloff, N. Ryklkoff, M. Khadykin, A. Makasaeff, K. Kholodinen, V. Usacheff, V. Popoff, I. Iurin, N. Falevich, and L. Chernenkoff.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of appeals and open letters by the Sons of Freedom addressed to the government officials of Canada and Christians of the world.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of an open letter of the Sons of Freedom in regards to [A. McQueen?] and taxes, as well as four other letters of the Sons of Freedom that are missing first pages.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of the correspondence of the Sons of Freedom and the CCUB, either written as organization to the community and government officials, as well as to and by the individual members of the Sons of Freedom and people outside of the community. This file consists of letters, open letters, telegrams, appeals and messages. Some of the individual addresses and senders include: I. Kozin, A. Fomin, N. Rubakin, A. Makhortoff, K. Kholodinen, V. Kabatoff, V. Bulgakoff, I. Makhonin, and P. Birukov.

[Correspondence]

This file consists of the correspondence of the Sons of Freedom and the CCUB, either written as organization to the community, as well as to and by the individual members of the Sons of Freedom and people outside of the community. This file consists of letters, open letters, telegrams, appeals and messages. Some of the individual addresses and senders include: A. Dutov, A. Famin, P. Birukov, K. Bartek, V. Kaft, A. Popoff, P. Sevruk, and E. Popoff

[Correspondence]

This file consists of the correspondence of the Sons of Freedom, the CCUB and its members including: I. Konkin, P. Birukov, V. Bulgakov, and A. Dutoff. It also includes P. V. Verigin’s speech (1911).

[Correspondence]

This file consists of correspondence of a few major Doukhobor executives including P. V. Verigin, P. P. Verigin, P. Birukov, V. Bulgakov, I. Shukin, I. Urin, and V. Ilin. Most of the letters are written by /or addressed to P. P. Verigin.

Correspondence

This sub-series consists of correspondence of the Sons of Freedom as well as correspondence of other Doukhobor organizations, such as the CCUB, the USCC, the CCBRD and individuals of the Doukhobor community that relate to the Sons of Freedom activities and beliefs.

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