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Personal Files, 1880-1978 (continued)
Olga Koussevitzky and Family (continued)
BOX-FOLDER 255/4--256/2 Correspondence about Naumov’s memoir, 1942-1959
(6 folders)
Correspondence among Olga, Anna Naumova, Sergei Cheremeteff (Sheremetev) and Boris Brasol (Brazol’) regarding the publication of Naumov's memoir by Russian printing house (Russkaia Tipografiia). Also includes receipts, invoices, and other documents that relate to the sale of the memoir.
BOX-FOLDER 256/3-4 Hoover War Library materials, 1925-1953
Includes the contract between A. N. Naumov and the Hoover War Library at Stanford University; correspondence, including that between Naumov and Nikolai Nikolaevich Golovin regarding Naumov’s memoir; and other materials relating to the acquisition of Naumov's memoir by the Hoover War Library.
BOX-FOLDER 256/5 Fantastic sketch (CH’i to golosa), by Aleksandr Naumov, 1944
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/6 Historical study of the development of land ownership in Russia, by Aleksandr Naumov, Oct. 1933
Accompanied by English translation by Loraine Rowan Shevlin, entitled "A short history of the development of land ownership in Russia."
BOX-FOLDER 256/7 History of the Naumov family (Imienie Golovkino), possibly by Aleksandr Naumov, undated
One page in Olga’s hand. In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/8 On the occasion of the overhearing of a conversation (Sluchaino Uslyshannye Razgovory), by Aleksandr Naumov, 1944
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/9 Souvenirs of Petr Arkad’evich Stolypin (Vospominaniia Stolypine), by Aleksandr Naumov, undated
Stolypin was prime minister under Nicholas II until Stolypin’s assassination in 1911, in Kiev.
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/10 Speech delivered by Aleksandr Naumov, 1928
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the death of Nicholas II, under whom Naumov served as minister of agriculture from 1915-1916.
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/11 Stenographic report of the Russian Duma (Stenograficheskii Otchet), Feb. 18, 1916
Contains a report/speech by Aleksandr Naumov. Incomplete. Printed.
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/12 The Zemstvo (elective district) in Russia of the past and of the future, by A. Naumov, Feb. 17, 1933
Contains emendations.
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 256/13-14 Various writings of A. N. Naumov, 1916, 1934-1950
BOX-FOLDER 257/1-2 Biographical materials relating to Anna Ushkova Naumova (Olga's mother), circa 1911, 1953-1963
Includes obituaries, letters of condolence to OK, clippings, memoir, estate documents, possibly her passport.
BOX-FOLDER 257/3-5 Naumova, Anna Ushkova. Memories of My Husband, A. N. Naumov, 1951
(4 copies)
In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 257/6 Memoir of the wife of Alexander Naumov, born Ushkov (handwritten on front page of this document), undated
BOX-FOLDER 257/7 Naumova's foreward to the memoir
BOX-FOLDER 257/8-9 Family correspondence and business documents, 1960-1964
Many of these documents relate to real estate.
BOX-FOLDER 258/1 Family documents, 1930, 1939, 1964, and undated
Includes Naumov business instructions, immigration and certification information pertaining to Olga.
BOX-FOLDER 258/2 Ushkov business papers, 1932, 1940
Includes telegrams between Natalie and others, legal documents regarding liquidation of the business, and budget documents.
BOX 500 Scrapbook, undated
Scrapbook containing photographs commemorating Olga's role as honorary chairman of "Music for Israel."
Subject Files
BOX-FOLDER 258/3 International Music Council, 1971-1972
BOX-FOLDER 258/4 National Arts Club, 1963
BOX-FOLDER 258/5 Religious materials, 1933-1959
BOX-FOLDER 258/6 University of Hartford, Hartt College of Music, honorary degree, 1977
Writings by and about Olga Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 258/7 Albert Einstein College of Medicine-Spirit of Achievement
BOX-FOLDER 258/8 America, Israel: new worlds in the making
BOX-FOLDER 258/9 American Christian Palestine Committee
BOX-FOLDER 258/10 American Embassy, Paris
BOX-FOLDER 258/11 Berkshire Garden Center concert
BOX-FOLDER 258/12 Bernstein, Nanette article on Olga
BOX-FOLDER 258/13 Brandeis Gold Medal award
BOX-FOLDER 258/14 Brandeis Medal to Richard Tucker
BOX-FOLDER 258/15 BSO recordings
BOX-FOLDER 258/16 Children to Palestine
BOX-FOLDER 258/17 Copland, Aaron, 70th birthday
BOX-FOLDER 258/18 Develop love of music in youngsters
BOX-FOLDER 258/19 Diary, 1917
BOX-FOLDER 259/1 Diary, 1921
BOX-FOLDER 259/2 Diary, 1949
BOX-FOLDER 259/3 Eastman School Festival of American Music
BOX-FOLDER 259/4 Federal Advisory Commission on the Arts
BOX-FOLDER 259/5 Fine arts bill
BOX-FOLDER 259/6 First Press interview with Olga Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 259/7 A foreward (on Serge Koussevitzky)
BOX-FOLDER 259/8 Fragment from diary, 1917
BOX-FOLDER 259/9 Gannett, Mrs. Guy Patterson
BOX-FOLDER 259/10 Hadassah
BOX-FOLDER 259/11 International Music Fund
BOX-FOLDER 259/12 Interview with Olga Koussevitzky from Music Festival
BOX-FOLDER 259/13 Israel
BOX-FOLDER 259/14 Israel Orchestra
BOX-FOLDER 259/15 Koussevitzky memorial concerts
BOX-FOLDER 259/16 Koussevitzky Music Foundation
BOX-FOLDER 259/17 Koussevitzky plays double bass selections
BOX-FOLDER 259/18 Koussevitzky portrait
BOX-FOLDER 259/19 Koussevitzky, Serge
BOX-FOLDER 259/20 Koussevitzky, Serge--First anniversary of death
BOX-FOLDER 259/21 Lipchitz, Jacques
BOX-FOLDER 259/22 Memoires, by Olga Koussevitzky
Unfinished typewritten manuscript at the time of her death on Jan. 5, 1978. In English.
BOX-FOLDER 260/1-2 Memoires, by Olga Koussevitzky
(2 copies)
Photocopies of handwritten manuscript. In Russian.
BOX-FOLDER 260/3 Mendelssohn, Felix
BOX-FOLDER 260/4 Munch, Charles presentation
BOX-FOLDER 260/5 Music for Israel
BOX-FOLDER 260/6 Music in the international scene
BOX-FOLDER 260/7 Music is the purest form of art
BOX-FOLDER 260/8 Music should be guided, not fettered
BOX-FOLDER 260/9 Musicians Club of New York
BOX-FOLDER 260/10 Notes on Serge Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 260/11 Our great musical heritage
BOX-FOLDER 260/12 Pan pipes of Sigma Alpha Iota
BOX-FOLDER 261/1 Prokofiev, Serge
BOX-FOLDER 261/2 The public must be instructed to understand new composers
BOX-FOLDER 261/3 Rachmaninoff memorial concert
BOX-FOLDER 261/4 Republican Committee on Program and Process
BOX-FOLDER 261/5 Russian Orthodox Cathedral Choir of New York
BOX-FOLDER 261/6 A sentimental journey
BOX-FOLDER 261/7 Seranak
BOX-FOLDER 261/8 Sero-agglutination
BOX-FOLDER 261/9 Sessions, Roger
BOX-FOLDER 261/10 Sibelius, Jean
BOX-FOLDER 261/11 Smith, Moses
BOX-FOLDER 261/12 Stockbridge Bowl Association
BOX-FOLDER 261/13 Tanglewood
BOX-FOLDER 261/14 Tanglewood Scholarship Fund
BOX-FOLDER 261/15 This I Believe
BOX-FOLDER 261/16 Verses
BOX-FOLDER 261/17 Virtuoso of the double bass
BOX-FOLDER 261/18 Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania
BOX-FOLDER 261/19 Fragments
BOX-FOLDER 261/20 Miscellany
BOX-FOLDER 261/21 The life of Rev. Mark Francesco
A small soft bound book, handwritten in Russian, which was presented to Olga Naumov.
BOX 142-168 MAPCASE 5 Visual Materials, 1888-1973
Chiefly formal and informal photographs of Serge, Olga, and Natalie Koussevitzky, and their family, relatives, friends and notable colleagues. The photographic materials also include slides, contact sheets, and negatives. The artwork includes Olga Koussevitzky's caricatures, drawings and sketches of Serge and Olga Koussevitzky, and photographs of paintings, drawings, and sculptures of Koussevitzky. Other materials include Tanglewood posters and architectural designs, and drawings and designs for the Koussevitzkys' property at Charpignat-Lac du Bourget, in France.
Arranged in four subseries: Photographs, Slides, and Negatives; Artwork; Posters; and Architectural and Landscape Designs.
BOX 142-155, 157-158, 161-168 Photographs, Slides, and Negatives, 1888-1968
Formal portraits and informal snapshots of Serge, Olga, and Natalie Koussevitzky, alone and with family, relatives, friends and colleagues. Includes photographs of Koussevitzky with the double bass, conducting orchestras, and in formal portraits with Boston Symphony Orchestra. Also includes photographs of Berkshire Music Center grounds, buildings and staff, and Koussevitzky homes.
Serge, Natalie and Olga Koussevitzky
BOX-FOLDER 143/4 Serge Koussevitzky (alone)
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