Mezhov Vladimir Izmailovitch( Famous bibliographer)
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Biography Mezhov Vladimir Izmailovitch
(1831 - 1894), a native of Saratov nobles, at the end of the Gatchina Orphan Institute (1850) entered the Imperial Public Library, where he served until 1866, Mr.. First bibliographical work Mezhov, "Index of books published in Russia, individual sheets, prints and t. E ", came out an application to the" Notes of the Fatherland "for 1856, and since then Mezhov tirelessly working on a heavy and thankless assignment. Of his many and varied activities are particularly important: "the systematic catalog of books п-.пг. Bazunova with 6 additions (St. Petersburg, 1869 - 1875 years), a list of books started in 1825 g, with an application reviews and notes on them, such as the nature of the work function as a directory of shops YA.A. Isakov (7 - 10 additions, St. Petersburg, 1877 - 1880), I.I. Glazunov (3 v., . fourth printing is not finished: Saint-Petersburg, . 1882 - 89); "Russian History Bibliographer from 1800 - 54 years" (2 t., . St.Petersburg, . 1892 - 93), . and 8 tons, . from 1865 - 76 years, . St.Petersburg, . 1882 - 1890), "The peasant question in Russia" (St. Petersburg, . 1865); "Siberian bibliography" (3 v., . St.Petersburg, . 1891 - 1892), "History of Russian and universal literature" (Saint-Petersburg, . 1872), . Index of articles on Lermontov (Saint-Petersburg, . 1870), . very useful "Puchkiniana" (Saint-Petersburg, . 1886) and a number of works on geography, . Ethnography, . Statistics, , . legal etc.,
. Mezhov was a contributor to Notes Bibliography "," Book Journal "," Bibliography "," Journal of the Ministry of National Education "," Archaeological news, etc., he also owns several musical works, published in Paris. For a huge number of works and their high-integrity services to the Russian Mezhov bibliography are very significant. But at the same time, he somehow downplayed the notion of a bibliography, reducing it to the work of a purely mechanical. - See. NM. Lisowski ( "Bibliography", 1894, No.. 2 and separately).