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Letters from Vladivostok, 1894-1930

Eleanor Lord Pray

Letters from Vladivostok, 1894-1930

by Eleanor Lord Pray

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence,
  • Sources,
  • Social life and customs,
  • Americans,
  • History

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEleanor L. Pray ; edited with introduction and notes by Birgitta Ingemanson
    ContributionsIngemanson, Birgitta, writer of added commentary
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDK781.V5 P72 2013
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxxi, 276 pages
    Number of Pages276
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26917403M
    ISBN 100295993243
    ISBN 109780295993249
    LC Control Number2013015521
    OCLC/WorldCa1001927787, 835981252

    The University of Washington Press is the oldest and largest publisher of scholarly and general interest books in the Pacific Northwest.   PULLMAN – Russians are reacquainting themselves with some of their history, thanks to a WSU professor’s research and book that have inspired a popular museum exhibit in the city of Vladivostok. “Eleanor L. Pray’s Letters from Vladivostok, ,” by Birgitta Ingemanson, professor in foreign languages and cultures, recently was published in Russian in a page .

      The WSU Libraries has a strong book collection of primary sources. These include books written during the time period of the topic (e.g., during the Russian Revolution, on the Oregon Trail), books written by event participants (e.g., a Civil War soldier), published collections of correspondence, memoirs, and other personal writings, and reprints of collections of primary source material.   Eleanor L. Pray's Vladivostok: A Portrait, – Ingemanson Eleanor Lord Pray (â ), an American woman from New England, lived in Vladivostok from mid through , and wrote letters to her friends and family in other parts of the world almost daily. She truthfully described her everyday life, scenes from.

    Book Review: Eleanor Lord Pray: Letters from Vladivostok, Article. Mar ; Book Review: Alison Rowley: Open Letters: Russian Popular Culture and the Picture Postcard, After retiring, I have continued my research program in Vladivostok, studying the history of the city and the 2, extant letters of Maine native Eleanor Lord Pray who lived there for 36 years. My first book was Letters from Vladivostok, , published in Russian (Vladivostok: Rubezh, ) and in English (University of Washington Press.


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Vladivostok, 5, miles east of Moscow, was shaped by a rich intersection of Asian cultures, and Pray’s witty and 1894-1930 book writing paints a vivid picture of the city and its denizens during a period of momentous social change.

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Read "Letters from Vladivostock, " by Eleanor L. Pray available from Rakuten Kobo. InEleanor L. Pray left her New England home to move with her merchant husband to Vladivostok.

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Vladivostok, 5, miles east of Moscow, was shaped by a rich intersection of Asian cultures, and Pray's witty and observant writing paints a vivid picture of the city and its denizens during a period of momentous social change.

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Pray\'s Vladivostok, -- \/ by Birgitta Ingemanson -- Biographical sketch: the Smiths and the. Letters from Vladivostock, book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. InEleanor L. Pray left her New England h /5(2).

Book Description: InEleanor L. Pray left her New England home to move with her merchant husband to Vladivostok in the Russian Far East. Over the next thirty-six years from the time of Tsar Alexander III to the early years of Stalin s rule she wrote more than 2, letters chronicling her family life and the tumultuous social and political events she witnessed.

“Vladivostok is not a stranger to America,” he said, passing me a hard cover book of Eleanor’s letters published in Russian. Eleanor Lord Pray’s letters, – Eleanor Lord Pray was an American woman, who moved with her husband, Frederick Pray, from New England to Vladivostok.

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Introduction: between the two bays: Mrs. Pray's Vladivostok, / by Birgitta Ingemanson --Biographical sketch: the Smiths and the Prays / by Patricia D. Silver --The people --A victorian home in Siberia --Eleanor Pray's new life --Rituals and celebrations --Women's work and leisure --Clothes and home designs --Charity bazaars --Sports.

Book Review of Eleanor L. Pray's "Letters from Vladivostok, " By Melissa Chakars Topics: Soviet Russia. Read Letters from Vladivostock, by Eleanor L. Pray for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. InEleanor L.

Pray left her New England home to move with her merchant husband to Vladivostok in the Russian Far East. Letters from Vladivostok, came out in Russian in (the University of Washington Press published the English text in ), and it made news, because of bringing back parts of the city’s history that had been forgotten.

The book is based on hundreds of letters of an American woman, Eleanor Lord Pray (), who lived there. Eleanor L. Pray, Letters from Vladivostok, – Show all authors. Jonathan D. Smele. Jonathan D. Smele. See all articles by this author. Book Review: U.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe, the Diplomacy of the Russo-Japanese War, First Blood.

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De Lénine à Gagarine: Une histoire sociale de l'Union soviétique. Frank, William D. Everyone to Skis! Skiing in Russia and the Rise of Soviet Biathlon. Šmidchens, Guntis.In that meeting I was given the first copy of my book, Eleanor L. Pray’s Letters from Vladivostok,and it is really pretty: pages on very good paper, lots and lots of illustrations, a hardback cover and a wonderful dust cover with a collage of photos from Mrs.

Pray’s albums. The book is easy to hold, and it is really well made.