Memoirs, other writings, correspondence, police file, printed matter, and photographs relating to civil liberties and dissent
in the Soviet Union.
Aleksandr Sergeevich Esenin-Vol'pin was a prominent Russian poet and mathematician, a notable dissident, political prisoner,
and a leader of the Soviet human rights movement.
2 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box
(2.8 Linear Feet)
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