Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
4 ms. boxes.
Diaries and writings, relating to the life and works of L. Tolstoy. Includes drafts of the novels by L. Tolstoy, Anna Karenina and War and Peace.
Pennsylvania State University Libraries
20 photographic prints : 24 photographic prints (postcards)
The collection contains twenty black-and-white photographs of Tolstoy and people and places related to his life and works, 1902-1958, n.d.; ten black-and-white and fourteen color postcards depicting scenes from Tolstoy's works; and five newspaper clippings about the Tolstoy exhibit held at Penn State's Pattee Library and a memorial concert in New York City on the fiftieth anniversary of his death, both in 1960.
New York Public Library
1 item.
Leo Tolstoy's note of thanks for the article, addressed to Aleksandr Solomonovich [Golʹdenveizer], Russian jurist and criminologist, dated January 5, 1905.
Frick Collection and Frick Art Reference Library
1 folder [as of 1999]
Assembled artist file includes b & w photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, and in some cases, negatives. Items may include full views, details, before and after restoration views, etc. Documentation may include artist name, title of work, medium, dimensions, provenance, exhibition history, related works, previous attributions, and bibliography.
Columbia University
124 items (1 box)
The collection consists of 124 letters from Count Leo Tolstoy and members of his family to Aylmer Maude, the English translator of his works. There are 69 letters from Count Leo Tolstoy, eighteen letters from Countess Tolstai︠a︡, eleven letters from Sergei Tolstoĭ (his son), 25 letters from his four daughters, Alexandra, Olga, Marya, and Tati︠a︡na, and one letter from Mrs. V.G. Tchertkoff. The letters deal with such subjects as "What is art?", the "Resurrection" fund, Tolstoy's health, censorship, Ruskin, the banishment of the Dukhobors to Siberia, Tolstoy's doctrine of non-resistance, Jewish pogroms, famine in Russia, murder of Alexander II, etc. There are letters from the countess which reflect her feelings about the Tchertkoffs' connection with Tolstoy and a letter from Sergei informing Maude that Tolstoy had left home to die, 1910. Subsequent letters deal with posthumous publications of Tolstoy's works.
Columbia University
1 positive reel (3 copies) 1 master negative reel.
The collection consists of 124 letters from Count Leo Tolstoy and members of his family to Aylmer Maude, the English translator of his works. There are 69 letters from Count Leo Tolstoy, eighteen letters from Countess Tolstai︠a︡, eleven letters from Sergei Tolstoĭ (his son), 25 letters from his four daughters, Alexandra, Olga, Marya, and Tati︠a︡na, and one letter from Mrs. V.G. Tchertkoff. The letters deal with such subjects as "What is art?", the "Resurrection" fund, Tolstoy's health, censorship, Ruskin, the banishment of the Dukhobors to Siberia, Tolstoy's doctrine of non-resistance, Jewish pogroms, famine in Russia, murder of Alexander II, etc. There are letters from the countess which reflect her feelings about the Tchertkoffs' connection with Tolstoy and a letter from Sergei informing Maude that Tolstoy had left home to die, 1910. Subsequent letters deal with posthumous publications of Tolstoy's works.
New York Public Library
1 item.
A letter to Ivan Ivanovich Popov (1862-1942), editor of Irkutsk newspaper "Vostochnoe obozrenie", asking him to help a certain Chizhov, incarcerated in the Alexandrovskaia prison, in Irkutsk, Russia, to whom Tolstoy is forwarding 25 rubles.
Stanford University
36 photographic prints ;
Several prints are from the Tolstoy museums in Moscow including visitors to the galleries. Others depict dramatic scenes, probably from productions of Tolstoy's works.
Wagner College - Horrmann Library
1 page ;
Thanks him for sending him his book of poems; thinks that the first poem is the key to the whole book; appreciates his frienship.
Yale University
[1.] A.L.S. 2 fols., [2.] T.N.S. 1 fol., [3.] T.N.S.1 fol., [4.] A.L.S. 1 fol.
Four letters to Judah Loeb Gordin,1853-1925, in Russian, dealing with the proposed compilation and publication of a popular booklet on the principles of Jewish religion and ethics, viz.: [1.] Letter, [I︠A︡snai︠a︡ Poli︠a︡na], 20th October 1909, by Gorbunov, with large postcript by Tolstoy. [2.] Typewritten note, signed, I︠A︡snai︠a︡ Poli︠a︡na, 30th October [19]09, by Tolstoy. [3.] Typewritten note, signed, I︠A︡s[nai︠a︡] Poli︠a︡na, 8th November [19]09, by Tolstoy. On very thin paper. [4.] Letter, [Moscow?], 12th November 1909, by Gorbunov. Written on the letterhead of the monthly magazine Svobodnoe vospitanie, Moscow.

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