Archival (manuscript) collections in Stanford University Libraries. This list is not exhaustive. Use SearchWorks to determine if there are other collections related to your specific topic. Selected collections in the Hoover Institution Library & Archives that relate to Russian literature are listed in the next section.
Constantinoff was a book collector. The collection contains records, primarily concerning his Russian book collection. Also in the collection are dealer and auction catalogs, including material concerning the sale of the Imperial Library.
80 linear feet. Dillon was a professor of philology at University of Kharkov, an authority on oriental languages, ancient Armenian and Sanskrit. He was best known as a foreign correspondent for London's Daily Telegraph from 1886 until well after the 1914-1918 war.
29 linear feet. Voznesenskii was one of the foremost poets of post-Stalinist Russia. The collection contains a large number and proportion of manuscripts, as well as correspondence, photograph, personal files, media materials, writings about him, and ephemera.
Kapusta was a collector. Archive contains clippings, photocopies of articles and pamphlets, photographs, notes, and bibliographies, relating to Russian literature and art, especially in the emigration, and particularly to the writer Alekse? Remizov.
Labedz was a British author and journalist, and editor of Survey, 1956-. Archive contains correspondence, speeches and writings, reports, serial issues, clippings, and other printed matter, relating to political and cultural conditions in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, Soviet and Eastern European dissidents, Russian and Eastern European literature, post-World War II international relations, and the nature and history of communism and Marxian theory. 307 ms. boxes
156 ms. boxes, 23 oversize boxes, 4 card file boxes, 1 phonotape cassette, 1 videotape cassette, digital files. Collection includes papers of painter Leonid Pasternak; his son, the poet and novelist Boris Pasternak; his daughters Josephine Pasternak and Lydia Pasternak Slater; and other family members.
Schapiro was a British political scientist. The archive contains speeches and writings, radio broadcasts, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to Russian history and literature during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and to the development of the Soviet political system. 19 ms. boxes, 2 envelopes
Solski was a Polish novelist. Collection contains 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. 1 ms. box
183 ms. boxes, etc. Wolfe was an American historian and representative of the Communist Party, U.S.A., to the Communist International, 1928-1929. Collection contains material on the international communist movement; communism in the Soviet Union, the United States, and elsewhere; as well as material on literature and art in the Soviet Union.
Polish literature and related
Archival (manuscript) collections in Stanford University Libraries. This list is not exhaustive. Use SearchWorks to determine if there are other collections related to your specific topic. Selected collections in the Hoover Institution Library & Archives that relate to Polish literature are listed in the next section.
Coleman was an American Slavist, Polonist, linguist, professor and popularizer of knowledge related to Poland. The material here (1 folder) was collected by him: correspondence and printed matter relating to Polish history and literature.
Tyrmand (1920-1985) was a Polish-American novelist and author. The collection (25 ms. boxes, 4 envelopes) contains writings, diaries, correspondence, notes, and printed matter, relating to social conditions in Poland, cultural conditions in communist countries, etc.
Baltic history and related
Archival (manuscript) collections in Stanford University Libraries related to the history of the Baltic States (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania). A number of additional collections have not been processed yet. Use SearchWorks to determine if there are other collections related to your specific topic. The Hoover Institution also has many collections from and/or about these countries. See the Hoover Institution Library & Archives page related to Europe.
The papers of Latvian-American pastor, author, bibliophile and collector Richards Zari?š (1913-2006) contain his personal papers and the records of the Latvian Evangelical Lutheran Church of New York. The collection consists of 44 linear feet (96 manuscript boxes, 7 flat boxes).