|Collection Descriptive Notes||
Divided into three chapters, the Russian-language text is presented with accent marks, footnoted glosses and a vocabulary at the end. Three speakers each read one chapter apparently using this text as their script.
|Collection Technical Notes||
A delivery ticket dated 8-13-63 (and signed by John Wahl) notes the receipt of “The Karpovicz Lecture” from Miss Aroner for Mrs. Gottschalk. The text has now been scanned.
This collection has no playable audio.
|A lecture on Russian history||Karpovich, Michael (author); Lunt, Horace G. (editor); Lunt, Horace G. (annotator)||Russia, Netherlands||Text|
|A lecture on Russian history||Karpovich, Michael (author); Lunt, Horace G. (editor); Glad, John (speaker); Sorokin, Boris (speaker); Quincy, Larissa (speaker)||Russia, Chicago||1/4 inch audio tape|