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At a Glance
Scope and Content
Most of the collection consists of letters to Golśteĭn; there are some as well to her second husband, Vladimir A. Golśhteĭn. The materials reflect Golśhteĭn's ties to Russian liberalism and populism and also to both French and Russian art and literature. There are groups of cataloged letters from Renʹe Arcos (15), Mykhaĭlo Drahomaniv (52), Andrʹe Fontainas (31), Renʹe Ghil (32), Vi︠a︡cheslav Ivanov (17), Petr Lavrov (49), Vladimir Vernadskiĭ (20), and Maksimili︠a︡n Voloshin (29). There are also items by Jurgis Baltrušaitis, Henri Martin Barzun, Henri Bergson, Ivan Bunin, Sergeĭ Di︠a︡gilev, Paul Fort, Vladislav Khodasevich, Aristide Maillol, and Odilon Redon. Manuscripts are chiefly by Golśhteĭn, and include her memoirs on Drahomaniv. There are also poems by Voloshin and by Konstantin Balḿont. Subject files deal with such topics as the Russian famine of 1891-92 and the Russian Liberation Committee at the time of the Civil War. There is a copy of Golśhteĭn's book, "Serf Life in Russia."
Using the Collection
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Restrictions on Access
This collection is located on-site.
Existence and Location of Copies
Microfilm 96-2026-1: 1. Voloshin, Maksimilian Aleksandrovich v.p., 1901-1920 + n.d. To Aleksandra Vasil'evna Gol!shtein 20 a.l.s. 1 t.l.s. 1 p.l.s. 6 a.p.c.s. 2. Voloshin, Maksimilian Aleksandrovich Moscow, 11 Nov. 1910 To Aleksandra Vasil'evna Gol'shtein a.l.s., 2p. (with poems enclosed) Voloshin, Maksimilian Aleksandrovich "la ne prosil...;" "Teper1 ia mertv..." Moscow, 7 Nov. 1910 2 a.ms.s. (poems) 3. Voloshin, Maksimilian Aleksandrovich (Poems) n.p., n.d. 3 a.ms.s. 2 a.ms. 3 t.ms.
About the Finding Aid / Processing Information
Columbia University Libraries, Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Papers Accessioned 1951.
Papers Accessioned 1953.
Papers Processed 03/--/82.
Papers Revised 12/--/82.
2009-06-26 File created.
2019-05-20 EAD was imported spring 2019 as part of the ArchivesSpace Phase II migration.
History / Biographical Note
A Russian emigre in France from the 1870s until her death.