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- Adamovich, Georgiĭ, 1892-1972 7
- Bunin, Ivan Alekseevich, 1870-1953 7
- Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich, 1886-1957 6
- Berberova, N. (Nina), 1901-1993 6
- Odoevt︠s︡eva, Irina, 1895-1990 6
- Zaĭt︠s︡ev, Boris, 1881-1972 6
- Gippius, Z. N. (Zinaida Nikolaevna), 1869-1945 5
- Remizov, Alekseĭ, 1877-1957 5
- Gulʹ, Roman, 1896-1986 4
- Ivanov, Georgiĭ, 1894-1958 4
- Ivask, I︠U︡riĭ 4
- Rzhevskiĭ, Leonid, 1905-1986 4
- Stepun, Fedor, 1884-1965 4
- Struve, Gleb, 1898-1985 4
- T͡Svetaeva, Marina, 1892-1941 4
- Veĭdle, V., 1895-1979 4
- Alekseeva, Lidii︠a︡ 3
- Chinnov, Igorʹ 3
- Filippov, Boris, 1905-1991 3
- Grebenshchikov, Georgīĭ, 1882-1964 3 ∧ less
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Call Number: GEN MSS 92
Overview: The Georgiĭ Adamovich Papers contain correspondence and printed works which provide information about Adamovich's literary life.
Call Number: GEN MSS 91
Overview: The Lidii︠a︡ Alekseeva Papers consist of correspondence providing information about Alekseeva's literary career.
Call Number: GEN MSS 589
Overview: The papers in this collection document the work of Alyce Batchelder as well as the correspondence and writings of George Grebenstchikoff (in Russian, Georgii Grebenshchikov). Alyce Batchelder's correspondence documents her work as literary executor for the George Grebenstchikoff estate after Grebenschikoff's death. George Grebenstchikoff's papers include professional correspondence and a collection of Russian medals. Correspondents include Dmitri Alexandrow, Pearl S. Buck (letters related to...
Dates: 1898-1995, bulk 1947-1967
Call Number: GEN MSS 573
Overview: 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.
Dates: circa 1900-2001 1968-1993, bulk 1968-1993
Call Number: GEN MSS 613
Overview: The Joseph Brodsky Papers document the life and work of Russian-born poet, essayist and Nobel Laureate Joseph Brodsky, with a particular emphasis on the time period of his residence in the United States (1972-1996). The papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal papers (including legal, medical and financial records), audiovisual material, teaching material, student papers, newspaper clippings and printed ephemera, spanning the years 1890-2004, with the bulk of the material dating...
Dates: circa 1890-2004, bulk 1972-1996
Call Number: GEN MSS 334
Overview: 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.
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.
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, 1913-1963, bulk 1940-1960
Call Number: GEN MSS 650
Overview: The collection documents George L. Kline's work as a translator for Joseph Brodsky and related activities, including the translation of other Russian prose and poetry and scholarship on Russian literature. Included are correspondence, drafts of Brodsky's poems and Kline's English translations, sound recordings of Brodsky, and photographs of Brodsky and others. Other than Brodsky, correspondents include W. H. Auden, Nina Berberova, Leonid Chertkov, Anthony Hecht, Lev Losev, Faith Wizgell and...
Call Number: GEN MSS 598
Overview: 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.
Call Number: GEN MSS 104
Overview: The papers contain correspondence of Lunt︠s︡ and his father, Natan Lunt︠s︡, writings, and personal papers of Lev and Natan Lunt︠s︡.
Call Number: GEN MSS 101
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence and drafts of writings of several Russian exiles.
Call Number: GEN MSS 715
Overview: The papers consist chiefly of subject files maintained by Rannit, dating roughly from the 1950s to the 1980s. The subject files include correspondence, writings, photographs, and printed material that document Aleksis Rannit's life and work as an art and literary critic and Curator of the Slavic and East European Collections for the Yale University Library.
Call Number: GEN MSS 630
Overview: The Leonid Rzhevsky Papers consist of correspondence, writings, clippings and personal papers that document the work of Russian-born novelist and literary critic Leonid Rzhevsky. The papers span the years 1941-1987, with the bulk of the material dating from the 1950s and 1960s. The papers include material related to a few of Rzhevsky's works of fiction but chiefly document his critical essays, lectures and editorial work.Correspondence and writings document Rzhevsky's role in the...
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.
Call Number: GEN MSS 172
Overview: The Papers consist of correspondence, writings, photographs, and personal papers documenting the life and work of Fedor Stepun as an émigré writer, educator, and political commentator. Principal correspondents include such famous Russian émigré writers as Nikolaĭ Arsenʹev, Ivan Bunin, Roman Gulʹ, I︠U︡riĭ Ivask, Michael Karpovich, Aleksandr Kerensky, Victor Leontovitsch, S. P. Melʹgunov, N. P. Poltorat︠s︡kiĭ, Leonid Rzhevskiĭ, Gleb Struve, Dmitrij Tschižewskij, V. Veĭdle, M. V....
Dates: 1902-1965, bulk 1946-1965
Call Number: GEN MSS 106
Overview: The papers consist of correspondence, writings, personal papers, and other materials documenting Weinbaum's work as editor of Novoe Russkoe Slovo and president of the Literary Fund.