Manuscripts and other Archival Materials
The posthumous works of Johann
Karl Ehrenrfied Kegel:
Diaries, journals, and reports from the years
On November 28, 2010, the collection of manuscripts was deposited by
Dr. Werner Friedrich Gülden, the great-grandson of J.K.E. Kegel, in
trust to the Foundation for Siberian Cultures.
- The re-worked handwritten diary about adventures during Kegel's
travels to and in Kamchatka (1841-1847). 305 pages.
- Original diary, kept in Kamchatka. 79 pages.
- Copies and drafts of reports to administration officers. 150
- Folio of manuscripts in Russian. 4 sheets.
The work of J.K.E. Kegel will be published in spring 2011 as a new
edition in the series Bibliotheca kamchatica by the Foundation for
Siberian Cultures. »