Correspondence, manuscripts, notes and notebooks, printed reviews and photographs. The correspondents include writers from Guterman's Paris years, primarily Pierre Morhange, Max Jacob, Andrʹe Malraux, and Andrʹe Breton. Henri Lefebvre and Francis Steegmuller were Guterman's lifelong friends and there are files of letters from each. A number of other literary figures in France, Poland and the U.S. are also represented, including Françoise d'Eaubonne, Kazimierz Wierzynski, Tadeusz Nowakowski and Hans Habe. There is also correspondence from and concerning family members in Europe, especially Poland, during World War II. The manuscripts include literary works by Guterman, mostly dating from the 1920s and 30s, readers reports, and translations by Guterman. Also included are Guterman's notes made on his readings and in preparation for his editing work, reviews of Guterman's books and reviews by him from the "New Republic," and photographs of his family and friends, including Lefebvre and Pierre Morhange.