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Wacław Grubiński papers, 1915-1972.

Author: Wacław GrubińskiMieczysław GrydzewskiAdam Grzymała-SiedleckiAleksander JantaJulian KrzyżanowskiAll authors
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Polish
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Genre/Form: Plays
Diaries
photographs
Personal narratives
Named Person: Wacław Grubiński; Aleksander Janta; Aleksander Janta
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Wacław Grubiński; Mieczysław Grydzewski; Adam Grzymała-Siedlecki; Aleksander Janta; Julian Krzyżanowski; Antoni Pająk; August Zaleski
OCLC Number: 612787983
Language Note: Materials are in Polish, English, and Russian.
Notes: Includes Wacław Grubiński's correspondence with family members, colleagues, political activists, and Aleksander Janta (donor). Correspondents include: Mieczysław Grydzewski, Adam Grzymała-Siedlecki, Julian Krzyżanowski, Antoni Pająk, August Zaleski, and others. Also with a few third party letters, especially between Janta and others concerning Grubiński. Compositions includes autograph manuscripts of Grubiński's journals (diaries) from 1962-1971, and typescripts of his memoir, Miedzy młotem a sierpem = Between hammer and sickle and his play, Kochankowie = Lovers, among others. Also included are printed articles and clippings saved by WG and a few photographs.
Description: 1.5 linear feet (1 box)
Other Titles: Między młotem a sierpem.
Kochankowie ; dramat w trzech artach.

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