Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and to Russian émigré affairs. Includes some papers of Alekseĭ Leonidovich Isaenko, husband of Evgenii͡a Isaenko.
Memoirs, co-authored with her son Leonid Parshin, and sound recordings of interviews conducted by Tat'i͡ana Zhilkina, relating to Soviet intelligence operations in Spain during the Spanish Civil War, clandestine sabotage and intelligence operations in the German-occupied Soviet Union during World War II, and postwar Soviet intelligence and counterintelligence operations in Czechoslovakia and the Soviet Union. Includes interview of Leonid Parshin relating to the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov.
Plays, poems, short stories, letters, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and drama, and to conditions in Russia during World War I. Includes diary of Anna Andreeva, wife of Leonid Andreyev.
Correspondence, poems, other writings, printed matter, photographs, and drawings, relating to Russian literature and dissent. Includes transcript of 1964 trial of Joseph Brodsky in the Soviet Union. Mainly collected by Diana Myers. Includes some papers of Diana Myers.
Radio broadcast scripts and sound recordings, fictional writings, memoranda, notes, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Radio Liberty broadcasting to the Soviet Union, and to Russian literature.
Poems, other writings, correspondence, identification and legal documents, printed matter, and photographs, relating to political dissent in the Soviet Union, conditions in forced labor camps, Russian literature, and Russian-Latvian cultural relations.
Writings, correspondence, printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature and art and to émigré life in France. Includes a biography of Bozhnev by his wife Ella Kaminer-Bozhnev and some of her correspondence.
Memoirs, and a study, relating to Bolshevik agitation in the Russian army during the Russian Revolution, the formation of Soviet policy in literature and other cultural affairs during the 1920s, and Soviet propaganda techniques.
Writings, translations, correspondence, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigré life, fictional and historical writing by Russian émigrés (especially regarding Russian naval history), and the right-wing Russian émigré party Mladorosskai͡a Partii͡a.
Correspondence, writings, memoirs, biographical material, pamphlets, periodicals, newspapers, photographs, clippings, and printed matter, relating to Russian émigré activities following the Russian Revolution and Civil War, including political, military, veterans', religious, educational, cultural, literary, artistic, and social activities. Includes a few papers of M. D. Vrangel'. Also available on microfilm (49 reels).
Archive/Manuscript — 1 ms. box, 23 microfilm reels, digital files.
Speeches and writings, correspondence, clippings, other printed matter, and photographs, relating to Russian literature, the Russian Civil War in Siberia and Mongolia, the career of the White Russian commander Baron Ungern-Shternberg, Russian émigré affairs, and anti-communist movements in the United States. Includes a translation by Elena Varneck and a fictionalized autobiographical account of the Russian Civil War.
Correspondence, writings, printed matter, and audiovisual material, relating to Russian literature and especially to Joseph Brodsky and Vladimir Mayakovsky. Includes correspondence with Brodsky and research material collected for a biography of Mayakovsky and other publications.
Writings, diaries, correspondence, interrogation and trial records, printed matter, sound recordings, photographs, and memorabilia, relating to Russian literature, civil rights in the Soviet Union, political trials and conditions of political prisoners in the Soviet Union, and Russian émigré affairs. Includes records of the Russian-language Paris journal Sintaksis, published and edited by A. Sini͡avskiĭ.
Memoirs, diaries, poems, other writings, certificates, and photograph, relating to political and cultural conditions in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia, Russian literature, purges in the Soviet Union during the 1930s, and the execution for anti-Soviet activities in 1938 of Edgar Polent͡s, father of O. Ė. Tuganova, and his posthumous rehabilitation in 1956.
Correspondence, writings, radio broadcast scripts, underground journals, photographs, and sound recordings, relating to Russian literature, dissidence in the Soviet Union, and radio broadcasting to the Soviet Union. Includes some papers of other family members.
Writings, correspondence, notes, printed matter and photographs, relating to Russian literature and art and the Russian émigré community. Includes material on Viktor Chernov, Leonid Andreyev, Boris Pasternak and Aleksandr Solzhenit͡syn.