This collection includes selected materials from the Kalamazoo College Archives biographical files on Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970), leader of Russia prior to the October 1917 Revolution. Kerensky's last public speech was given at Kalamazoo College in 1967.

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  • Alexander Kerensky at Kalamazoo College, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (Kalamazoo College, 1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky taken during his visit to Kalamazoo College in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-21A.
  • Alexander Kerensky at Kalamazoo College, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky taken during his visit to Kalamazoo College in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-4A.
  • Alexander Kerensky and Kalamazoo College Student, 1967 

    Lyttle, Douglas (1967-10)
    A photograph of Alexander Kerensky with Kalamazoo College student Ray Slaughter K'68 during Kerensky's visit to campus in October of 1967. This is photographer Douglas Lyttle's negative no. 8300N-9A.
  • The 1917 Revolution: The Organization of the First Totalitarian Dictatorship in Europe 

    Kerensky, Alexander (1968)
    A typed script of a lecture given by Alexander Kerensky during his visit to the Kalamazoo College campus in October 1967. It is possible that this is the text of the last public lecture he gave before his death in 1970. ...
  • Kerensky: Past Defeat and Future Hope 

    Harrison, David Sprague (Kalamazoo College, 1967-10-20)
    A clipping from the Kalamazoo College "Index" student newspaper from October 20, 1967. The article is about Alexander Kerensky, who was the Russian Prime Minister immediately before the Bolshevik takeover. Kerensky visited ...
  • Kalamazoo College Review (1968, No. 1) 

    Kalamazoo College (Kalamazoo, Mich. : Kalamazoo College, 1968)