Memoir, relating to imprisonment in Soviet forced labor camps; photocopies of Soviet arrest records and summaries of judicial proceedings, and of United States Federal Bureau of Investigation reports on interviews after repatriation; and 44 original paintings and drawings depicting living and working conditions in Soviet forced labor camps.
Correspondence, diaries, memoirs, other writings, biographical data, printed matter, drawings, photographs, and other audiovisual material, relating to Russian art and literature, culture in the Soviet Union, and Russian émigré life. Includes papers of Leonid Pasternak; his son, the poet and novelist Boris Pasternak; his daughters Josephine Pasternak and Lydia Pasternak Slater; and other family members. Also available on microfilm (55 reels). Video use copies of videotape available. Sound use copy of sound recording available.
Correspondence, speeches and writings, printed matter, and audio-visual material, relating to Russian literature and culture both in the Soviet Union and the emigration, political conditions in the Soviet Union, Soviet dissidents, and the Russian émigré community. Includes correspondence and writings of Nikolaĭ Gumilev, Marina T͡Svetaeva and other Russian writers. Also available on microfilm (265 reels). Digital copies of selected items also available.