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  • Themes of Life. Saint-Petersburg, [1906] -1907.

    Weekly publication, published in 1906-1907 in Saint-Petersburg. Editor: Lev Naumovich Kleinbort, publisher: O. N. Popova. The publication contained from 20 to 100 pages and could include 1-3 issues. A total of 19 numbers were published. Each issue was a separate brochure on socio-political issues. Among the authors were A. V. Lunacharsky, P. P. Maslov, M. I. Bogolepov, A. E. Yelnitsky, P. P. Rumyantsev, etc.

    Presented issues: 1906-1907.

  • Tobolsk Eparhial News. Tobolsk, 1882-1919.

    The magazine was published by the Tobolsk Eparchial Brotherhood of Demetrius of Thessaloniki in 1882-1919. Publication frequency - 2 times a month, from No. 13 of 1914 - weekly. Editors (at different times): N. A. Gorodkov (unofficial part), A. A. Gorodokov, priest G. S. Tutolmin, A. A. Zyryanov, Y. P. Afanasyev. The magazine consisted of two sections - official and unofficial. The official section published manifestos, the Highest decrees for the Department of Religious Affairs, rescripts and decrees of the Most Holy Governing Synod, the Tobolsk Consistory, eparchial news, reports of Boards of Trustees, Councils of Eparchial and District Schools, resolutions of congresses, lists of students of seminaries and schools. The unofficial section featured articles of a religious and moral and church and liturgical character on the history and issues of the mission, as well as a chronicle of events. In 1901-1916 the magazine had a supplement - "School Leaflet".

    Presented issues: 1882-1896, 1899-1915, 1917-1918.

  • Tobolsk Region. Tobolsk, 1924-1926.

    Local lore magazine. It was published by the Tobolsk Local Lore Society (1924-1925). Since 1926 the editor was the Tobolsk District Planning Commission, the North District Committee, and the Local Lore Society. In 1924-1925, it was entitled "Our Land". Monthly edition. The magazine featured works devoted to Tobolsk Region - its history, geography, ethnography, economics, and social life, archeology, literature, etc.

    Presented issues: 1925-1926.

  • Trud (Labour): Herald of Literature and Science. St. Petersburg, 1889-1896

    The Herald of Literature and Science was published in St. Petersburg in 1889-1896 by the Hermann Hoppe Publishing House and after Hoppe's death by his widow A. P. Hoppe and brother of E. D. Hoppe. It was a supplement to the illustrated magazine World Illustration (1869-1898). Publication frequency: 24 books per year in four volumes, from 1892 - monthly (12 books per year in four volumes). The magazine published: 1) original and translated novels, stories, short stories, essays, dramatic works, travel notes and poems; 2) articles devoted to a critical review of the news of domestic and foreign literature, theatre, painting, sculpture and music; critical monographs, bibliographic notes; 3) articles on a historical nature, and biographies of prominent state, public, scientific and literary figures, domestic and foreign; 4) articles on various branches of science and applied knowledge: natural science, mathematical sciences, geography and ethnography, social studies, etc. The magazine was illustrated by I. K. Aivazovsky, V. M. Vasnetsov, V. V. Vereshchagin, V. I. Surikov, I. E. Repin, I. I. Shishkin, G. I. Semiradskiy and others. It published works by G. P. Danilevsky, N. S. Leskov, Ya. P. Polonsky, V. V. Krestovsky, A. N. Maikov, A. A. Fet, V. L. Velichko and others.

    Presented issues: 1889, 1891

  • Labour Assistance. Saint-Petersburg, 1897-1918.

    The magazine was published by the Guardianship of Workhouses and Orphanages (since No. 8, 1906 - the Guardianship of Labour Assistance). It was published in 1897-1918 in Saint-Petersburg. Monthly magazine (10 issues per year), tables of contents were issued in No. 5 and No. 10. Its editor was the famous lawyer and publicist V. F. Deryuzhinsky who also edited the "Magazine of the Ministry of Justice". The magazine was made up of two sections - official and unofficial. The tasks of the magazine included: approval of labour assistance; publication of information useful to labour assistance institutions; development of practical issues; development of labour assistance abroad. The magazine featured various forms of labour assistance (workhouses, training workshops, orphanages, etc.), reviews of legislation, administrative orders and activities of central and local government bodies in the field of public charity; reports of charitable institutions, essays on the history of charity and individual charitable organizations. Each issue included a bibliographic review.

    Presented issues: 1897-1899, 1908, 1914-1918.

  • Proceedings of the Arctic Institute. Leningrad, 1931-1938.

    Edition of the All-Union Arctic Institute of the Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic. The issues of "Proceedings" were published since 1931 in Leningrad. Publication frequency was not regular. From 1939 it has been published with the title "Proceedings of the Arctic Scientific Research Institute of the Chief Directorate of the Northern Sea Route of the Council of People's Commissars of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic". Each issue contained separate monographs and materials of the latest research on the history of the discovery, exploration, and study of the Arctic, as well as the results of scientific expeditions.

    Presented issues: 1932-1938.

  • Proceedings of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. Irkutsk, 1897-1914.

    Edition of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society. The magazine was published at different times, from 1897 to 1914, in Irkutsk (in 1903 in Tomsk). Until 1897 it was entitled "Notes of the East Siberian Department of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society". Editors (at different times): G. N. Potanin, A. V. Azletsky, I. I. Serebrennikov, and others. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs and works on ethnography, religion, and culture of the peoples of Irkutsk Region. Some issues featured the "Irkutsk Chronicle" (1652-1880). The magazine also published the table of contests: "Systematic Index for 1901-1911".

    Presented issues: 1911, 1914.

  • Proceedings of the Imperial Free Economic Society. St. Petersburg, 1765-1915

    Publication of the Imperial Free Economic Society. It was published from 1765 to 1915 in St. Petersburg (with interruptions in publication). In 1779–1794 the "Proceedings" were released under the title "Continuation of the Proceedings ...", in 1795-1798 - "A new continuation of the Proceedings ...", from 1810 - "Proceedings...". In 1915, the publication was discontinued. It was resumed in 1994 as "Scientific Works of the International Union of Economists and the Free Economic Society of Russia". The editors of the "Proceedings" were, as a rule, the secretaries of the Society. The periodicity is different: from 1 to 12 books per year. Materials on agriculture, issues of farming, soil science, zemstvo movement, education and other topics related to the activities of the Society were published. Numerous appendices were included in the publication. They were sent out in sheets and attached to the issues of the journal (for example, V. F. Karavaev Bibliographic review of Zemstvo statistical and evaluation literature since the establishment of Zemstvos; Bulletin of the Committee for Assistance to the Starving at the Free Economic Society; etc.). In addition, the "Appendices" contained the annual reports of the Society, estimates of income and expenses, lists of members of the Society, systematic lists of receipts in the library, reviews of popular publications on agriculture. Additions and appendices were also published: “Economic Notes”, “Russian Beekeeping Leaf”, “News of the Free Economic Society”, etc. There are content indexes: S. N. Livotov. Table of contents of the works, consisting in 63 books under the title: Proceedings of the Free Economic Society (St. Petersburg, 1812); V. I. Vsevolodov Alphabetical index of articles published in Proceedings and other periodicals of the Free Economic Society (St. Petersburg, 1849); F. I. Groman Alphabetical and systematic index of articles published in the Proceedings of the Free Economic Society for 1855 (St. Petersburg, 1856); A. N. Neustroev Bibliographic description of the first 54 parts of the "Proceedings" of the Free Economic Society (St. Petersburg, 1874); A. I. Teodorovich Index of articles published in the "Proceedings" of the Free Economic Society from 1855 to 1875 inclusive (St. Petersburg, 1876); A. V. Belevich Index of articles published in the "Proceedings" of the Free Economic Society for 1876-1888. (St. Petersburg, 1889); V. I. Shary Proceedings of the Free Economic Society for the last 15 years of publication (1889-1903) (St. Petersburg, 1904).

    Presented issues: 1785, 1787, 1819, 1820, 1845, 1846, 1850-1852, 1871, 1882, 1888, 1896, 1898, 1900, 1902, 1907

  • Proceedings of the Institute of Conjuncture of Petrovskaya-Rozumovskaya Agricultural Academy. Vologda, 1922-.

    The publication of the Institute of Conjuncture of Petrovskaya-Rozumovskaya Agricultural Academy (since 1923 at the People's Commissariat of Finance of the USSR). The magazine was issued from 1922 with no regular frequency. The general editorship was conducted by the outstanding Russian economist N. D. Kondratiev. Each issue of "Proceedings" contained separate monographs on the theoretical study of conjuncture problems.

    Presented issues: 1922.

  • Proceedings of the Russian Language Dialectology Commission (former Moscow Dialectological Commission). Leningrad, 1908-1931.

    Publication of the Russian Language Dialectology Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR (former Moscow Dialectological Commission). "Proceedings" were published in 1908-1931 in Warsaw and Leningrad. Publication frequency was not regular. In 1931 was printed the last issue (No. 12). Since 1915, the editor of the publication was the Commission Chairman, Prof. D. N. Ushakov. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs on the Russian language dialectology, as well as materials on compiling the dialectological map of the Russian language, study of dialectological phenomena, describing dialects of various regions of Russia, etc.

    Presented issues: 1919, 1927, 1928, 1930.

  • Proceedings of the Commission on the Russian Language. Leningrad, 1931.

    Publication of the Russian Language Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR. Only one volume was published in 1931 in Leningrad instead of the linguistics section of the "News of the Russian Language and Literature". Editors - Academicians E. F. Karsky and N. S. Derzhavin. The magazine featured materials on the language of the Suzdal Chronicle of the Laurentian Codex list (V. I. Borkovsky), Russian jargon (V. V. Straten), dialects in the Velikie Luki District (I. O. Kuzmin), etc.

    Presented issues: 1931.

  • Proceedings of Industrial Research Institutes. Moscow-Leningrad, 1923-1932.

    The publication of the Scientific and Technical Directorate of the Supreme Board of the National Economy of the USSR, which united large research institutions conducting research work in all industries (textile, sugar, construction, chemical, electrical, heating, etc.). The magazine was published in Moscow and Leningrad from 1923 to 1932. The frequency was not regular. A total of 805 numbers were issued. Each issue of the "Proceedings" contained separate monographs or publications of various institutes from the network of institutions supervised by the Scientific and Technical Directorate of the Supreme Board of the National Economy of the USSR.

    Presented issues: 1926, 1927, 1929, 1931.

  • Proceedings of the Orenburg Scientific Archival Commission. Orenburg, 1889-1917.

    Edition of the Orenburg Scientific Archival Commission. Issues of the "Proceedings" were published from 1889 to 1917 in Orenburg and Ufa. Publication frequency was not regular. A total of 35 issues were released. The first issue was entitled: "Archive of the former Orenburg Governor-General Administration". Edition circulation: 350-500 copies. The main focus in the magazine was the publication of documentary, ethnographic, archaeological, and other materials on the history of Orenburg Region. It featured protocols and reports of the Archival Commission; government decrees regarding the administration and coordination of Orenburg Region; research on the role of Orenburg Region in the development and conducting of Russian policy towards the East; development of the economic and cultural understanding of the peoples of Russia, Kazakhstan, and Central Asia; materials of archaeological research in Orenburg Region, etc. From Issue 10 (1903) each publication included the table of the contents of all previously published issues.

    Presented issues: 1897-1917.

  • Proceedings of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission. Oryol, 1885-1906.

    Edition of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission. The magazine was published from 1885 to 1906 in Oryol. Publication frequency was not regular. A total of 37 issues were released. The "Proceedings"featured documents from the central, provincial, and district archives, as well as private collections: church sources and office materials - census books of the XVII-XVIII centuries, different agreements between local authorities and individuals, statistical materials. It also released the Journals of meetings of the Archival Commission, materials on the history of the Oryol Region. The Issue for 1904/1905 contains an index: "Table of Contents of the Proceedings of the Oryol Scientific Archival Commission" [1885-1904 / 1905].

    Presented issues: 1885, 1888-1899, 1901-1905.

  • Proceedings of the Polar Commission. Moscow - Leningrad, 1930-1937.

    Edition of the Polar Commission of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union. The works were published in the period from 1930 to 1937 in Leningrad (since 1935 - in Moscow and Leningrad). Editor: Russian researcher of the flora of the North and North-East of the European part of Russia A. I. Tolmachev. Each issue of the magazine contained separate monographs and materials of the latest research of the Arctic and northern regions. It highlighted the problems of flora, fauna, soil, climate, hydrography, geology; published topographic, geodetic materials, maps of expeditionary research areas, materials from the GULAG Mining Department. The "Proceedings" also featured the results of scientific expeditions. They were two complex Arctic expeditions of the Academy of Sciences - Gyda Expedition (1927, under the direction of B. N. Gorodkov) and Taymyr (1928, under the direction of A. I. Tolmachev); expeditions of the Council for the Study of the Productive Forces of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, the expedition of the Northern Prospecting Trust (four coal prospecting parties, 1932) and others. The publication of "Proceedings" ceased soon after the liquidation of the Commission. A total of 30 issues were published.

    Presented issues: 1932, 1934-1936.

  • Tulsky Kray (Tula Region). Tula, 1926-1930.

    Local lore magazine published by the Society for the Study of the Tula Region along with the Tula Provincial Planning Commission and the Tula Provincial Department of the Association for the Study of Productive Forces of the Central Industrial Region. It was edited in 1926-1930 in Tula. Monthly magazine (1926-1928), in 1929-1930 - 6 numbers per year (actually - 3 numbers). Executive Editor: A. M. Rassadnev. The magazine published the scientific works of local researchers about nature, history, economics, and other types of productive forces in Tula Region. It spotlighted the activities of the Planning Commission, questions of school regional studies, regional museum and excursion activities. The magazine also released lists of literature about Tula Region.

    Presented issues: 1926-1930.