Konstantin Balmont correspondence with the Noble family, 1925-1943.


Konstantin Balmont correspondence with the Noble family, 1925-1943.

Correspondence of Russian poet Konstantin Balmont and his American translatorand friend Lydia Noble, her mother Lydia Lvovna Pimenoff-Noble, and her sisterBeatrice Noble.

3 boxes (1 linear ft.)




SNAC Resource ID: 6385283

Houghton Library

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