Papers, 1946-1991.


Papers, 1946-1991.

These papers pertain primarily to his teaching and research and include correspondence, manuscripts and typescripts, course materials, research notes, and his published works. Correspondents include Walter Arndt, Joseph S. Berliner, Deming Brown, Kornei Chukovskii, Sergei Dovlatov, Vera Dunham, William B. Edgerton, Donald Fanger, John G. Garrard, George Gibian, Lidiia Ginzburg, Roman Jakobson, IA Kharon, Hugh McLean, Anthony Olcott, Carl R. Proffer, and Donald W. Treadgold. There are also materials pertaining to the American Association for the Advancement of Slavic Studies, works by other scholars and students, and photographs, including images of Vladimir Mayakovsky and of Moscow. Some materials are in Russian.

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