Papers, 1938-1956.


Papers, 1938-1956.

Letters to Lechon from over four hundred individuals; unsent personal letters by Lechon; official correspondence with Polish diplomatic and cultural organizations; single issues of TYGODNIK POLSKI (POLISH WEEKLY), TYGODNIOWY SERWIS LITERACKI KOŁA PISARZY Z POLSKI (WEEKLY LITERARY SERVICE OF THE CIRCLE OF WRITERS FROM POLAND); manuscripts on Polish authors and literature including Mickiewicz, Zeromski, Fredro, Tuwim, and Boy-Zelenski; articles and notes on Polish history; fragments from his diary; and BAL U SENATORA, AMERICAN TRANSFORMATION, KARMAZYNOWY POEMAT, manuscripts of two plays, DIALOG and GODZINA PRZESTROGI, and a dramatization of Orwell's 1984. Included are personal papers, notes, doodles and sketches, financial records, and photographs. Also, correspondence and personal papers of Kazimierz Wierzynski, as well as signed manuscripts of works written by other authors. Correspondence with organizations including the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America, National Committee for a Free Europe, Paderewski Foundation, Liga Kobiet, American Friends of Captive Nations, B.B.C., Librairie Polonaise a Paris, Józef Piłsudski Institute of America, and Radio Free Europe.

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