Nicolas Nabokov Papers 1907, 1950-1978


Nicolas Nabokov Papers TXRC98-A21., 1907, 1950-1978

Nicolas Nabokov Papers 1907, 1950-1978

Correspondence, sheet music, original scores, financial and medical records, clippings, minutes and reports, brochures, and photographs document the life and work of Nicolas Nabokov from 1918 through his death in 1978.

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