- Amherst Center for Russian CultureAmherst Center for Russian Culture
- "Losing a Country, Finding a Home"
- Cataloged Archives
- Aleksandra Balashova Papers
- Aleksis Rannit Materials
- Alexei Antsiferoff Papers
- Alexei Remizov Albums and Supplementary Materials
- Alexei Remizov and Serafima Remizova-Dovgello Papers
- Anatolii Tarasenkov Collection
- Andrei Bely Papers
- Andreyev Family Papers
- Anna Saakiants Collection
- Archbishop Ioann Shakhovskoy Papers
- Aron Pressman Opera Scores
- Autograph Collection of 1911
- Churaevka Russian Village Collection
- Commerce and Trade Credit Mutual Materials
- Coordinating Committee for the Russian Refugees in France Records
- Emanuel (Eduard) Sztein Collection
- Felix Roziner Papers
- Galina Mikhniuk Papers Finding Aid
- Gennadii Panin Papers and Collection of Autographs
- Georgii Golokhvastov Papers
- Georgii Novitskii Collection
- Gippius/Merezhkovsky Papers
- Grigorii Poliak Papers
- Halperine-Kaminsky and His Contemporaries Collection
- Irene Graham Papers
- Ivan Shkott Papers
- Jacob J. Bikerman Collection on Nikolai Gumilev
- Journal New Review (Novyi Zhurnal) Records
- Journal New Review (Novyi Zhurnal) Records Addendum
- Katia Anzi-Stoliarova Collection
- Konstantin Parchevskii Papers
- Konstantin Solntsev Papers
- Kuban Cossacks in France Materials
- Lana Peters (Svetlana Allilueva) Papers
- Lev Shestov Collection
- Maria Karmina-Chitau Papers
- N.S. Slavianskii Collection of Musical and Theatrical Materials
- Naum Gabo Papers
- Nikolai Avskentiev Papers
- Nikolai Yantchevsky and His Contemporaries Collection
- Olga Carlisle Collection
- Osip and Nadezhda Mandelshtam Collection
- Petro and Zinaida Grigorenko Family Papers
- Posev Publishing House Collection
- Records of The Union of Russian Writers and Journalists Abroad
- Roerich Collection
- Roman B. Goul Papers
- Russian Pedagogical Society in France Records
- Samizdat Collection
- Samsonoff Papers
- Shakhovskoy Family Papers
- Solzhenitsyn 'The First Circle' Manuscripts
- Stepan Kolokol'nikov Papers
- Terentieva and Boldyrev Collection
- The National Alliance of Russian Solidarists (NTS) Collection
- Vadim Kreyd Papers
- Vladimir Dixon Papers
- Vladimir Dixon Papers Addendum
- Vladimir Lebedev Collection
- Vladimir V. Brand Papers
- Vladimir Zenzinov Papers
- Yurii [George] P. Ivask Papers
- Zarotchintseff Printed Materials
- Zernov Family Papers
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Vladimir Zenzinov Papers
The collection is organized into 3 series:
BOX/SERIES 1 (1 linear foot)
Subseries 1—CORRESPONDENCE FROM V. ZENZINOV TO A FONDAMINSKAYA
(1904-1934). Amalia Osipovna Fondaminskaya was the wife of I. Fondaminsky
(for which, see below).
Subseries 2—CORRESPONDENCE FROM A. FONDAMINSKAYA TO V.ZENZINOV
Subseries 3—CORRESPONDENCE FROM V. ZENZINOV TO I. FONDAMINSKY
Ilya Isidorovich Fondaminsky (pseudonym Bunakov), political figure
and publisher, was born in Moscow in 1881 and died at Auschwitz on
November 19, 1942). From 1900 he studied philosophy at Berlin and
Heidelberg Universities and in the spring of 1902 was arrested at the
Russian border for transporting illegal literature into Russia. In 1905
he became a member of the Moscow Committee of te S.R.
(Socialist-Revolutionary Party). In 1906 he fled to Paris, where he
became good friends with Z. Gippius, D. Merezhkovsky, and B. Savinkov. He
returned to Moscow in April 1917 and as a Comissar of the Provisional
Government opposed the Bolsheviks. In 1919 he emigrated to France, and in
Paris published a variety of religious and philosophical journals.
Although he converted to Christianity in 1941, he was deported to Germany
and died in a concentration camp in 1942.
BOX/SERIES 2 (1 linear foot)
Subseries 1—CORRESPONDENCE FROM GRANDMOTHER AND GRANDFATHER TO
OSIPOVNA FONDAMINSKAYA (1904-1934).
Subseries 2—CORRESPONDENCE FROM V. ZENZINOV TO AUNT M (1906-1911).
The addressee is referred only as "Tyotya M".
Subseries 3—CORRESPONDENCE WITH UNKNOWN ADDRESSEES.
Letters here include those "to Tanya from Grandfather" 1923-1924; to V.
Zenzinov (1919), possibly from his father; and to V. Zenzinov from unknown
addressees from 1925.
Subseries 4—Essays, articles by Zenzinov.
Subseries 5—Reports, bulletins and other materials from the
Interntional Association of Journalists in France (IAJ) and related
organizations between 1928 and 1931.
Subseries 6—Photographs, negatives and newsclippings.
Subseries 7ר typescripts of Zenzinov's memoirs.
BOX/SERIES 3 (0.5 linear feet)
Typescript of Zenzinov's monograph on Russian writer and Nobel Prize
laureate Ivan Bunin (1870-1953), newspaper clippings, and 5 folders of
correspondence between Zenzinov and Fondaminskaya between 1929 and 1933
removed from the Solntsev collection.