An Easter card I believe from Grand Duchess Olga to her parents and sister in Ekaterinburg.
Easter letter written by Grand Duchess Maria to her sister Olga in Tobolsk: Spring, 1918.
If anyone has the time to decipher handwriting/translate it would be much appreciated!
Nicholas II and (I think) Valya Dolgoruky sawing logs in the yard behind the Governor’s House in Tobolsk: 1917.
Two of the grand duchesses on the balcony of the Governor’s House in Tobolsk, 1917. A caption in another version of the photo identifies them as Maria and Anastasia (although to me it is really impossible to tell).
Grand Duchess Olga, Nicholas II, Grand Duchess Tatiana and Grand Duchess Anastasia on top of the green house roof in Tobolsk: late 1917-early 1918.
The Grand Duchesses and Tsarevich outside the Governor’s House in Tobolsk with their father and some guards: August, 1917.
Two newly discovered captivity photos!
Nicholas at Tsarskoe Selo :1917
Nicholas and Alexandra on the balcony in Tobolsk: September 1917
The stairs in the Governor’s Mansion in Tobolsk. Alexei was so bored by being confined that he tobogganed down them one day, only to be struck down with his worst hemophilia attack since Spala in 1912. He never walked again.
The photograph of Alexei within the larger photograph was taken during his last illness, but was not the last photograph ever taken of him.