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Hello Inok,

I realize this thread is quite old, but since the restoration of the forum this was pinged to me as a thread that I had not yet read, and I wanted to follow up and see if the publication has since happened, or is planned?

Ahhhhh welcome back! I am seeing this thread for the first time and am also hoping to see something come of it.

The Alexander Palace / Obscure AP room photos over the decades?
« on: May 13, 2023, 07:42:07 PM »
I'm searching for any photos taken of the servants' rooms on the children's floor - specifically Derevenko's and Nagorny's. Probably no photos exist, but if anyone knows of something, I would be grateful.

I think this entire Forum has died since Covid......................... Ive never seen his letters , but there are many public photos on web.
I hold out hope it can rise again.  Maybe the format is a little obsolete for the 2020's, but I have yet to discover any social media sites that offer the same wide variety that APF does, not to mention the sentimental value it undoubtedly has for many of us

I absolutely agree. Some of these old threads hold obscure photos that have since passed into private collections.

I think this entire Forum has died since Covid......................... Ive never seen his letters , but there are many public photos on web.

Sadly that's true about the forum.

I have the public photos that are available online but unfortunately too many people have miscaptioned photos that aren't even really Nagorny. My goal is to find obscure information about him aside from the common misinformation. I'm still searching.

Bumping again in hopes of new activity. <3

I'm interested! There used to be a lot of resources here that are now, unfortunately over the years, broken links. Now attempting to do my own research, I'd love to see the kind of collaboration that used to be here when I was just a "noob".

Servants, Friends and Retainers / Re: Mr Charles Sydney Gibbes
« on: May 03, 2022, 04:05:18 PM »
Hoping to resurrect this thread; I'm trying to locate Gibbes's collection of photos. Does anyone know where they might be stored, displayed, etc.? Private collection?

The Alexander Palace / Re: Floorplans of the Alexander Palace
« on: March 21, 2022, 01:18:54 PM »
Bumping this old thread in hopes it will become active again...

I'm hoping to find more about these floor plans, particularly the rooms of Derevenko & Nagorny. Anyone able to help or point me in the right direction?

The Imperial Family / Re: World Today
« on: March 12, 2022, 07:08:11 PM »
Short answer: Pauline Laws.


The Final Chapter / Re: Captivity photo's
« on: March 12, 2022, 07:05:41 PM »
Thank you so much! I love seeing the whole photographs! The ones of the home made alter are so moving

looks like the Joy and jemmy are checking out that pile of wood in  bottom of the photo

People here [according to a Russian book]:

Tsarevich Alexei,
P. Gilliard,
Grand Duchess Tatiana,
Tsar Nicholas II.

It was taken in 1918.

Resurrecting this old thread, which I hope is okay. I kind of think that central figure, the tall one beside Alexei, might be Nagorny. The silhouette resembles his, especially given the hat, pea-coat he wore in photos from the previous year, dark pants, & tall boots. This looks exactly like what he wore in photos from 1917.

The Final Chapter / Re: William Lincoln archive
« on: November 11, 2021, 01:36:55 PM »
I wish it would be possible to contact the owner and see if they're willing to allow scans of the photos.

Happy to see some signs of life here again!  Bumping.

Forum Announcements / Re: Forum Members Not Heard From in a Long While
« on: November 11, 2021, 01:23:05 PM »
Looks like a lot of the spam is back. I would love to see the forum become active again. I'm working on a research project, and the collaboration of this amazing group would be so helpful.

Bumpity-bump, in hopes.

Bump, hopefully.

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