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Georgiĭ Adamovich papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 92
Overview: The Georgiĭ Adamovich Papers contain correspondence and printed works which provide information about Adamovich's literary life.
Roman Gulʹ papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 90
Overview: The Roman Gulʹ Papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal papers, photographs, and files documenting the literary and political life of Roman Gulʹ and his contemporaries.
George Ivask papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 93
Overview: The papers document George Ivask's work as a literary editor, and in particular, his publication of émigré poetry in Na zapade; antologiia russkoi zarubezhnoi (an anthology) and Opyty (a literary journal). The letters of Russian émigré poets and writers document their life in the United States and the papers also contain their literary manuscripts. Photographs consists of pictures of Ivask's friends and colleagues.
Dates: 1913-1963, bulk 1940-1960
Irina Odoevt︠s︡eva papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 101
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence and drafts of writings of several Russian exiles.
Andreĭ Sedykh papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 100
Overview: The papers contain correspondence, writings, photographs, and other papers concerning the lives of such Russian émigrés to the West as Mark Aldanov, Ivan Bunin, Marc Chagall, Alekseĭ Remizov, and N. A. Tėffi.
I︠U︡riĭ Terapiano papers
Call Number: GEN MSS 301
Overview: Letters from Russian émigré writers to Terapiano, accompanied by clippings, programs to literary events, and holograph manuscripts by Russian writers. In addition there are letters from émigré writers to Konstantin Lupakov and translations by Lupakov.