Detroit Institute of Arts - Research Library & Archives
John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art Library
Assembled file includes clippings, photographs, reproductions from books and auction catalogs, postcards, press releases, slides, resumes, reviews, exhibition ephemera
New York Public Library
This collection relates primarily to the last ten years of les Ballets Russes of Serge Dyagilev. There are a few items from 1910-1911 regarding Michel Fokine. The Papers have been divided into three sections and arranged chronologically. The first comprises holograph copies and some originals of letters written by Dyagilev to various correspondents, such as Michel Fokine, Guido Gatti, Désiré Inghelbrecht, Sergei Grigoriev, Serge Lifar, and Alicia Markova. The second section consists of letters from various correspondents to Dyagilev, as well as letters relating to Dyagilev but neither written to nor by him. The last section contains documents, contracts, and receipts. Some of the material concerns the process in judicial cases brought against Dyagilev by Rastorgoueff, Mme. Bewicke, Gulbenkian, and Nijinsky—various artists of les Ballets Russes—for failure to execute contracts. Other pieces are, by contrast, relative to the cases brought by Dyagilev against Fokine and de Palignac.
New York Public Library
Holographs and typescripts. Papers include holograph copies and some originals of letters from Serge Diaghilev to various correspondents; letters sent to Diaghilev and others from various correspondents; and documents contracts and receipts relating to Diaghilev and les Ballets Russes. Letters from Diaghilev include ones written to Michel Fokine, Guido Gatti, Desiré Inghelbrecht, Sergei Grigoriev, Serge Lifar, and Alicia Markova
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
This collection is comprised in large part of printed music, widely representing 18th century Italian and 19th century Russian operatic music. Includes rare pre-revolutionary editions of Russian folk songs, annotated performance scores of Stravinsky, Mussorgsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Gounod, Cimarosa. Non-musical materials include three letters from S. Prokofiev to S. Diaghilev, rare editions of books on music, literature and theater, libretti and synopses, souvenir books and programs and photographs. Several of the programs and photographs show Léon Bakst's set and costume designs. Non-musical materials also include Diaghilev's personal notebook, containing entries in French, Russian and English written from 1926 to 1929
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Collection of material related to careers of composer Igor Stravinsky and Ballets Russes founder Serge Diaghilev, assembled by the Stravinsky-Diaghilev Foundation founder and president, Parmenia Migel Ekstrom.
Harvard University - Houghton Library
Projects notes, newsletters, auction and exhibition catalogs, offprints of articles and clippings, programs and invitations to exhibitions and receptions, and other material assembled by the Stravinsky-Diaghilev Foundation for reference.
New York Public Library
Sergei Denham is most prominently known as the director of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo. The Sergei Denham Papers consist of correspondence, legal, financial, and personal papers that document his life outside of his work with the Ballet Russe, predominantly his career in the banking world.


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