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Kamyshnikova-Pervukhina (Natalii︠a︡) papers
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Relates to social conditions in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet Russia. Includes extensive correspondence from the Russian social activist and political figure, I͡Ulii͡a Ginzburg, from the mid-1970s until the late 1990s. Many letters are addressed to Natalia Pervukhina, her husband Erik Pervukhin, Professor of Art at Missouri State University, and Pervukhina's mother. Includes letters from family and friends and letters, as well as a memoir, by Natalia Pervukhina with recollections about her life in the United States
Natalia Kamyshnikova-Pervukhina (b. 1943) is a Professor emerita at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
8 manuscript boxes, digital media (3.33 Linear Feet)
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