Exciting news from 1903

I've been busy sending images of family documents to Ukraine. A historian, Maxim, there is writing a article on the history of the a museum that my grandfather Valentin worked at in his home town of Chernihiv. On his own initiative, Maxim, has been sending images of documents and information he has uncovered. I have a correct birthdate for Leonid, the address where my great great grandfather, Stefan, lived, an issue of a journal from 1903 with an article written by my great grandfather Andrei and more. It's hard to explain why I'm so excited about an article I can't read. This article, by the way, was recently cited in a graduate dissertation on Dostoyevsky.

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