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Grand Duchesses Olga, Anastasia and Empress Alexandra.

During celebrations at the Kremlin to mark the Romanov family's 300 years in power, 1913. (Photo by Henry Guttmann)

coronerofthecourt: Olga & Tatiana “Петергоф, 1912 год ГА РФ, ф. 651 оп. 1 д. 261 л. 14 фото 193 full size https://fotki.yandex.ru/next/users/eavm/album/460701/view/1347768 ”

A present from the President of France to GD Olga, the eldest daughter of Nikolas II.

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Anastasia and Maria onboard the Standart, june 1908

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Tatiana and an officer. Note the anchor behind him. blessOTMA.

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Grand Duchess Olga Nikolaevna of Russia; C. 1914.

Grand Duchesses Maria, Olga, and Anastasia: 1915.

The Grand Duchesses at the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts named after Emperor Alexander III (now the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum) May 31, 1912. Nicholas II and his family met 77-year-old industrialist and philanthropist Yury Nechaev-Maltsov, donated to the museum two-thirds of the money needed, and Professor Ivan Tsvetayev, who oversaw the formation of the museum’s collection and the collection of funds for its creation.

The Grand Duchesses at the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts named after Emperor Alexander III (now the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum) May 31, 1912. Nicholas II and his family met 77-year-old industrialist and philanthropist Yury Nechaev-Maltsov, donated to the museum two-thirds of the money needed, and Professor Ivan Tsvetayev, who oversaw the formation of the museum’s collection and the collection of funds for its creation.

The Grand Duchesses at the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts named after Emperor Alexander III (now the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum) May 31, 1912. Nicholas II and his family met 77-year-old industrialist and philanthropist Yury Nechaev-Maltsov, donated to the museum two-thirds of the money needed, and Professor Ivan Tsvetayev, who oversaw the formation of the museum’s collection and the collection of funds for its creation.

The Grand Duchesses at the opening of the Museum of Fine Arts named after Emperor Alexander III (now the Pushkin Fine Arts Museum) May 31, 1912. Nicholas II and his family met 77-year-old industrialist and philanthropist Yury Nechaev-Maltsov, donated to the museum two-thirds of the money needed, and Professor Ivan Tsvetayev, who oversaw the formation of the museum’s collection and the collection of funds for its creation.

The four Grand Duchesses pose for the camera with nanny Margaret Eagar (wearing black hat) and nurse, Crimea 1902.

The four Grand Duchesses pose for the camera with nanny Margaret Eagar (wearing black hat) and nurse, Crimea 1902.

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