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- Adamovich, Georgiĭ, 1892-1972 9
- Bunin, Ivan Alekseevich, 1870-1953 9
- Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich, 1886-1957 8
- Zaĭt︠s︡ev, Boris, 1881-1972 8
- Berberova, N. (Nina), 1901-1993 6
- Gippius, Z. N. (Zinaida Nikolaevna), 1869-1945 6
- Ivanov, Georgiĭ, 1894-1958 6
- Odoevt︠s︡eva, Irina, 1895-1990 6
- Remizov, Alekseĭ, 1877-1957 6
- Gulʹ, Roman, 1896-1986 5
- Kerensky, Aleksandr Fyodorovich, 1881-1970 5
- T͡Svetaeva, Marina, 1892-1941 5
- Alekseeva, Lidii︠a︡ 4
- Filippov, Boris, 1905-1991 4
- Ivask, I︠U︡riĭ 4
- Losskiĭ, N. O. (Nikolaĭ Onufrievich), 1870-1965 4
- Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977 4
- Rosimov, G. 4
- Rzhevskiĭ, Leonid, 1905-1986 4
- Stepun, Fedor, 1884-1965 4 ∧ less
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The Nina Berberova Collection contains correspondence, writings, printed material, photographs, audiovisual recordings and electronic files by and relating to Nina Berberova, especially the latter decades of her life. The material was collected and donated by Murl Barker and John Malmstad.
52 ALS and 15 TLS from N. N. Evreinov to Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich Evreinow, 6 carbons of letters from Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich Evreinow to N. N. Evreinov. Also includes correspondence between Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich Evreinow and Anna Aleksandrovna Evreinova, Arthur Lourié, and various printed materials (theatrical programs, clippings, memorial notices) and photographs relating to N. N. Evreinov.
The papers consist of Filippov's correspondence with Russian émigré literary figures and scholars, typescripts of Filippov's writings (poetry, prose, critical essays), materials for works edited by Filippov as well as writings by others not included in works edited by Filippov; and artwork by Serge Hollerbach for books edited by Filippov.
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.
Writings and correspondence by or relating to the I︠U︡shkevich brothers and their family. Includes family photographs, and corrected typescripts of stories, plays and screenplays in Russian and in translation.
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.
The Boris Kaufman Papers contain professional papers, correspondence, writings, and other material documenting the life and work of cinematographer Boris Kaufman, as well as film production and cinematographic practice in France and the United States during the middle decades of the 20th century.
The collection contains correspondence, writings, photographs, scrapbooks and an audio recording that document the literary careers of Vladimir Korvin-Piotrovskii and IUrii Ofrosimov, the professional life of Italian sculptor Italo Griselli and the activities of the Russian expatriate Berlin Poets' Club.
The papers contain letters to and from Nadezhin regarding social engagements, manuscript submissions, and requests for performances. The bulk of the correspondence consists of letters from Bryher discussing Nadezhin's work, literature in general, and personal matters. The collection also contains drafts of Nadezhin's articles, poetry, and autobiography, as well as biographical information, concert programs, and photographs.