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Yudin Collection at the Library of Congress: A Resource Guide

Background on Gennadii Yudin and His Collection

William Brumfield. Library building on estate of G.V. Yudin (1881), Krasnoiarsk, Russia 1999. Library of Congress Prints & Photographs Division

The Yudin collection has been studied by a variety of specialists, including librarians and book historians. Descriptions of the collection were initially compiled and published during Yudin's lifetime. In recent years, Inna Polkovnikova, the great niece of Gennadii Yudin, has published extensively about Yudin's life and bibliographic work. Below are resources related to Yudin's biography and his collection. The final section includes a list of books either published or financed by Yudin himself. To search for resources about Yudin in the Library of Congress Online Catalog, use the following subject heading:

I︠U︡din, G. V. (Gennadiĭ Vasilʹevich), 1840-1912.

The following titles link to fuller bibliographic information in the Library of Congress Online Catalog. Links to additional online content are included when available.

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Resources on Gennadii Yudin

Resources on Yudin's library

Books published and compiled by Gennadii Yudin

Gennadii Yudin was an active publisher of books, financing works about Siberia and Russian bibliography in particular. Yudin was also no stranger to being an author, mainly writing books about his family's genealogy. Below is a list of books published or compiled by Yudin available at the Library of Congress.