Nikolai Nikolaevich Evreinov Papers, ca. 1905-1965.

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Evreĭnov, Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich, 1879-1953. Nikolai Nikolaevich Evreinov Papers, ca. 1905-1965.

Nikolai Nikolaevich Evreinov Papers, ca. 1905-1965.

The papers consist of correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, financial records, photographs, and printed materials. Among the correspondents are Ivan Bilibin, David Burli︠u︡k, Franz Theodor Csokor, Vasiliĭ Kamenskiĭ, and Percival Wilde; there is one item each from Jean Anouilh, Collete, Mikhail Fokine, Vasiliĭ Kandinskiĭ, Vladislav Khodasevich, Pavel Mili︠u︡kov, and Dmitriĭ Merezhovskiĭ. Most of the manuscripts are by Evangulov and Nadezhda Teffi, and memoirs by Evreĭnov's wife, Anna Aleksandrovna, on such topics as her career in the emigration from 1925. There are photographs of Evreĭnov, Nikolaĭ Rimskiĭ-Korsakov, and Vasiliĭ Kamenskiĭ. This collection is almost entirely concerned with the emigration.

ca. 5,400 items (20 boxes; 1 oversized folder).

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Evangulov, Georgiĭ.

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Evreĭnov, Nikolaĭ Nikolaevich, 1879-1953.

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Dramatist, writer and producer. From the description of Nikolai Nikolaevich Evreinov Papers, ca. 1905-1965. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 320409551 ...

Rimskii-Korsakov, Nikolai Andreevich, 1844-1908.

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Csokor, Franz Theodor, 1885-1969

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Kandinskiĭ, Vasiliĭ, 1866-1944.

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Anouilh, Jean

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French dramatist. From the description of Jean Anouilh correspondence authorizing performance of plays, 1942-1969. (Yale University). WorldCat record id: 60526849 From the description of Jean Anouilh correspondence authorizing performance of plays, 1942-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702165240 Jean Anouilh, the French playwright, was born in Bordeaux on June 23, 1910. He came to prominence as early as 1932 with the success of L'hermine at the Théâtre de l'Oeuv...

Khodasevich, V.F., (Vladislov Felit︠s︡i︠a︡novich), 1886-1937.

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Teffi, Nadine, 1876-1952.

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Kashina-Evreinova, Anna Aleksandrovna

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Wilde, Percival, 1887-1953

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American playwright, novelist. Wilde was best known for his many one-act plays. Born in New York City, he attended Horace Mann High School and Columbia University from which he was graduated in 1906. Most of his career was devoted to writing plays, novels (detective stories) and scenarios for the motion pictures. Mr. Wilde was a member of the Authors Club, The Players, The American Dramatists, and a member of the advisory board of the Mystery Writers of America. Among hi...

Mili︠u︡kov, P. N. (Pavel Nikolaevich), 1859-1943.

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Burli︠u︡k, David Davidovich, 1882-1967.

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Kamenskiĭ, Vasiliĭ, 1884-1961.

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Bilibin, Ivan I︠A︡kovlevich, 1876-1942

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Bilibin was a noted Russian illustrator and stage designer, especially noted for his illustrations of Russian fairy tales. From the description of [Letters to Ruth Thompson] / I. Bilibine. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 166268427 ...

Merezhovskiĭ, Dmitriĭ, 1865-1941.

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