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Copy in Russian of 'Stan Kenton' by Dietrich Schulz-Koehn, tr. Vladimir Feiertag

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1691
Scope and Contents This early form of photo-copy of 'Stan Kenton' by Dietrich Schulz-Köhn (1912-1999) was translated into Russian by B.’.Fejertaga (Vladimir Feiertag), Leningrad. It was published in Voronezh, 1967.On the title page it contains the following publishing information: Dietrich Schulz-Köhn STAN KENTON Izdatel’stvo (Publishing House) 'Pegaus' (perhaps a typographical error of 'Pegasus') g.Vetclar 1961...
Dates: 1967

Papers of Mark Aleksandrovich Aldanov (Mark Landau)

 Fonds — Box: Gen.565, n/a: data_value_missing_aef3da07115a29a0f0c68ce7d85237cc, n/a: data_value_missing_fd7c27af25d607e5c80df777eb2a10b3
Identifier: Coll-268
Scope and Contents The papers of Mark Aleksandrovich Landau consist of correspondence (over 200 letters and over 40 postcards) to Ivan A. Bunin (1870-1953), the Russian novelist and Nobel Prize winner, 1933, between 1921 and 1953. There are also over 100 letters and postcards from Landau and his wife to Mrs. I. A. Bunin, 1921-1957; letters to Vera Bunin, 1930-1948; letters to Vera Bunin, 1932-1955, with telegrams, cards and photo; and, letters 1948-1952.
Dates: 1921-1957

Russian-English word-list relating to Theatre and Theatre Organisation

 Fonds
Identifier: Coll-1424
Scope and Contents The Russian-English ink manuscript glossary takes up only 5 pages of a small ledger. It is entitled in hand A glossary of Russian theatrical terms. Its ambition was greater than the reality. According to the handwritten title-page, it was intended to list words relating to: theatre organisation; front of house; stage management; acting; production; and authorship and criticism. There was also an intention to list: foreign plays whose titles were adapted in Russian;...
Dates: 1900-1917

The Dashkov Medals

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Identifier: Coll-21
Scope and Contents Some of the medals show rulers of Russia, military figures, statesmen, events of the reign of Peter the Great. Others mark events such as coronations, accessions, marriages and deaths of Russian rulers. Imperial institutions are commemorated, as are cities and buildings of the Russian empire.
Dates: before 1777

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Aldanov, Mark Aleksandrovich (Writer) 1
Bunin, Ivan Alekseevich (Poet and Novelist) 1
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Köhn, Dietrich Schulz-, 1912-1999 (jazz expert) 1