Sophie Pregel and Vadim Rudnev collection, 1926-1974.

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Pregelʹ, Sofii︠a︡, 1894-1972. Sophie Pregel and Vadim Rudnev collection, 1926-1974.

Sophie Pregel and Vadim Rudnev collection, 1926-1974.

Correspondence; biographical information; clippings; poems; and other materials, relating to the role of Pregel and Rudnev in editing, publishing, and reviewing for Novoselʹe, Novyĭ zhurnal, Novoe russkoe slovo, Russkai︠a︡ myslʹ, and Sovremennye zapiski; literary criticism and conferences; emigré life in Paris, France, and New York City; Russia in World War II; and other topics. Correspondents include Georgiĭ Adamovich, Mark Aldanov, Boris Bozhnev, Ivan Bunin, Viktor Mamchenko, Lev Nikulin, and Boris Zaĭt︠s︡ev.

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