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Correspondence, minutes of meetings, documents, and other papers relating to Jackson's service in OFRRO and UNRRA
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Czech writer and, in the late 1940s, Minister of Foreign Trade of Czechoslovakia. He was the author of "Le coup de Prague, une rʹevolution prʹefabriquʹee: Souvenirs" (1949)
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The collection consists of 45 notebooks of speculative essays on such sweeping philosophical and theological subjects as the origin of God, the transformation of moral values, the course of history, etc. Savin, a Russian emigre living in Switzerland, composed these tracts in the 1960s
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The records document the activities of the Offices of the Provost and the Vice President for Academic Affairs and begin with the Jacques Barzun administration, circa 1956. Any extent records that predate the Barzun administration are most likely part of the Central Files (1890s-1971), which are the records of the Office of the President. In addition, it appears that there is a small amount of material in the personal papers of both Jacques Barzun and Grayson Kirk, which are held by Columbia University's Rare Book & Manuscript Library
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This collection consists of two sets of card files, each arranged alphabetically, containing basic information about individuals who attended Columbia University. Cards exist for both graduates and non-graduates of Columbia University and can include birth and death dates, schools attended, degrees earned, addresses, employment information, family information, and honors received. Information about alumni from the 18th century is included in this collection, but the most informative cards are for those who attended from the late 19th century through the mid-20th century. There are two alphabetical sequences in this collection: those for whom the Federation was notified that they had passed away and those alumni who were still living. The second alphabetical sequence (for those that were still living) is not complete and ends abruptly in the Ss
Columbia University
This collection's rich diversity of project records and photographs, personal papers, correspondence, and ephemera offers a way into understanding the influences that formed the underpinnings of Jacobs' design ethos--from the Beaux-Arts spectre of his father and the deeply traditional nature of his architectural education through his modernist awakening under Le Corbusier and finally the brutalism that would dominate the world of architecture by the end of his career
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Manuscripts and photographs of Olǵa M. Artamonova including her memoirs, entitled "Moi︠a︡ semi︠́a︡", and family photographs from the early 20th century. The memoirs concern the Depreradovich family, Siberia in the early 20th century, the Revolution and the Civil War, and the emigration in the Far East and the U.S.
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Correspondence, manuscripts, subject files, and printed materials of Bek and her husband. Correspondence includes two letters by Anton Denikin and one by Aleksandr Kutepov. Among the manuscripts are the memoirs of Nadezhda Bek, covering the period up to the 1917 revolution. Vladimir Bek's manuscripts from the Civil War include political reports on the situation in south Russia in October 1919-February 1920, and a number of essays on Civil War topics (such as the White propanganda agency Osvag, and the problems of the White Army officer corps). Other materials concern the Kuban region in the Civil War. Printed materials include copies of a book of poetry published by Bek, "O russkai︠a︡ zemli︠a︡" (1944)
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Letters, manuscripts, memorabilia, and printed materials including letters from a number of well-known authors, three typescript manuscripts, working copies of books in Clark's library, and numerous copies of books inscribed to Clark
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Letters from Egan to Henry Goddard Leach. These concern the stories and poems of both men, United States-Scandinavian affairs, President Wilson, Danish theater and literature, and the effect on Denmark of the American embargo during the first World War