Correspondence concerning Waslaw Nijinsky's medical condition, 1918-1939.


Correspondence concerning Waslaw Nijinsky's medical condition, 1918-1939.

Letters and telegrams of Romola Nijinsky and other family members to various physicians, and correspondence between physicians concerning Waslaw Nijinsky's medical condition. Also includes correspondence regarding his stay and treatment at the Bellevue Sanatorium in Kreuzlingen (Switzerland).

1 box (.4 linear ft.)


SNAC Resource ID: 6384965

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