Includes family papers and correspondence, including photographs, identification papers, biographical materials on prominent
family members, as well as correspondence with Max Rudolf, Dimitri von Mohrenschildt, Sonia Tomara Clark, Lydia Pasternak,
and others. Also includes diaries and planners.
Tatiana de Fidler is an artist descended from two prominent Russian families: Mamontov and Morozov, both of which were wealthy
merchant clans in pre-revolutionary Russia. De Fidler's father was an educator and her mother a musician; both escaped the
USSR (her mother under the protection of Soviet leader Avel Enukidze).
10 manuscript boxes, 1 oversize box, 2 sound tape reels
(5.84 Linear Feet)
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