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Fund Number : 358
Title : Olesha Y. K.
Annotation :
1918 - 1938. The manuscripts of Y. K. Olesha. The plays and scenarios: "Igra v Plakhu" ("Game in Block") (1920), "Valter" ("Walter") (1936 - 1938), "Bolotnye Soldaty" ("Bog Soldiers") (1937 - 1938); the essays and stories: "Natasha" ("Natasha") (1936), "Komsorg" ("Komsomol Organizer") (1936), "Za Tri Dnya" ("For Three Days") (1936); the articles: "Zametki o Literature" ("The Notes about Literature") (1936), "Ob Ilfe" ("About Ilf") (1937) and other. There are 14 manuscripts. The letters to Y. K. Olesha of: M. M. Zoschenko (1930) and A. M. Room (1934). The "Y. Olehsa" ("Y. Olehsa") albums composed by A. Y. Ktuchyonykh (6). The manuscripts of Y. K. Olesha: the poems (1917 - 1931); the plays (extracts): "Zagovor Chuvstv" ("Complot of Feelings") (1928 - 1929), "Tri Tolstyaka" ("Three Fatsos") (1930), "Strogy Yunosha" ("The Austere Youth") (1934) and other; the speech at the Soviet Writers' 1st Meeting (1934), the records about V. V. Mayakovsky (1929, 1934), the autobiographies 2 [1929, 1931]; the letters to Y. K. Olesha of: V. P. Katayev (1934), V. V. Kuza (1929), P. A. Markov (1928), V. P. Polonsky (1928), A. D. Popov (1928), K. S. Stanislavsky (1934) and others; the portrait of Y. K. Olesha, picture by A. Y. Kruchyonykh - cardboard [1929], the cartoons of Y. K. Olesha, pictures by Kukryniksy - copies on tracing (1929); the photographs of Y. K. Olesha, individual ones and in the groups with M. A. Bulgakov, I. A. Ilf, V. P. Katayev, M. Y. Koltsov, L. M. Leonov, L. V. Nikulin, Y. P. Petrov, A. N. Tolstoy, I. P. Utkin, K. A. Fedin, M. M. Schtraukh and other 34 (1924 - 1934); the impromptus and records in the albums of: E. G. Bagritsky, I. A. Ailf, V. V. Kamensky, V. P. Katayev, S. I. Kirsanov, L. V. Nikulin, Y. V. Smelyakov and other (1928 - 1931); the poems, articles, feuilletons of Y. K. Olesha, the articles about staging of his plays and the reviews about his creative work - newspapers and magazine cuttings (1928 - 1935). 1880-ies - 1979. The manuscripts of Y. K. Olesha. The novels: "Tri Tolstyaka" ("Three Fatsos") (1924), "Zavist" ("Envy") (1924 - 1927), "Nischy" ("The Beggar") (1929); the narrative: "V Odnoy Strane" ("In One Country") (1927), "Neschastny Sluchay" ("Accident") [1950-ies]; the plays: "Zagovor Chuvstv" ("Complot of Feelings") (1928), "Tri Tolstyaka" ("Three Fatsos") ([1928] - 1930), "Stolbnyak" ("Catalepsy") (1929), "Smert Zanda" ("Death of Zand") [1929 - 1933], "Spisok Blagodeyaniy" ("The List of Benefactions") (1931), "Valter" ("Walter") [1937], "Bilbao" ("Bilbao") [1937 - 1938], "Tolko Narod Bessmerten" ("Only the Nation Is Deathless") (1938), "Chyornaya Butylka" ("The Black Bottle") - by the novel of J. Verne (1946), "Plan Barukha" ("The Plan of Barukh") (1952), "Idiot" ("Idiot") - by the novel of F. M. Dostoyevsky (1956), "Tsvety Zapozdalye" ("Belated Flowers") - by the story of A. P. Chekhov (1959), "Granatovy Braslet" ("The Garnet Bangle") - by the narrative of A. I. Kuprin [1959]; the scenarios: "Strogy Yunosha" ("The Austere Youth") (1934), "Bolotnye Soldaty" ("The Bog Soldiers") in the association with A. V. Mecheret [1937], "Dvadtsatiletiye Sovetskoy Kinematografii" ("The 20th Anniversary of the Soviet Cinematography") - scenario of the documentary film (1940), "Leitenant Shmidt" ("Lieutenant Schmidt") [1940], "Devochka I Tsirk" ("The Girl and the Circus") - scenario of the animation (1949), "Ogon" ("Fire") - scenario of the animation (1950), "Goly Korol" ("The Bare King") - by the "Novoye Platye dlya Korolya" ("The New Dress for the King") tale of H. C. Andersen (1953), "Tri Tolstyaka" ("Three Fatsos") (1959); the stories: "Liompa" ("Liompa") (1927), "Lyubov" ("Love") (1928), "Vishnyovaya Kostochka" ("The Cherry Pip") (1929), "V Tsirke" ("In the Circus") [1929], "V Mire" ("In the World") (1930), "Aldebaran" ("Aldebaran") (1931), "Razgovor v Parke" ("The Talk in the Park") (1933), "Zrelischa" ("Entertainments") (1937), "Gost" ("The Guest") [1937], "Rasskaz pro Murada" ("The Story about Murad") [1944], "Ivolga" ("Oriole") [1947], "V Moskve" ("In Moscow") [1950]; the essays: "Pismo iz Odessy" ("The Letter from Odessa") (1935), "Vesna v Kiyeve" ("The Spring in Kiev") [1937], "Napisana li Istoriya Aviatsii?" ("Has the Aviation History Written?") [1937]; the "Vinogradnye Chashi" ("The Grape Cups") album of poems (1917), the poetical feuilletons for the "Gudok" ("Beep") newspaper (1922 - [the 1930-ies]); the articles: "Tema Intelligenta" ("The Theme of the Intellectual") [1930], "Zametki Dramaturge" ("The Notes of the Dramatist") (1933), "Chabukiani" ("Chabukiani") [the 1930-ies], "Mysli o Chapline" ("The Thinking about Chaplin") (1936), "O Velikom Artiste" ("About the Great Actor") - about K. S. Stanislavsky [1938], "O Vladimire Mayakovskom" ("About Vladimir Mayakovsky") [1943], about creative work of Y. G. Ukhsay [1953]; "Pismo Pisatelyu Paustovskomu" ("The Letter to Writer Paustovsky") - review about his works [1937]; the reviews about works of M. Zalka, V. P. Katayev, R. Oldington, S. S. Orlov, Stendhal, Y. N. Tynyanov, I. L. Feinberg, E. Hemingway (1925 - [1958]); the reviews on the performances: "Strakh" ("Fear") of A. N. Afinogenov in the Moscow Academic Art Theatre (1932), "Dama s Kameliyami" ("The Lady with Camellias") of A. Dumas in the Meyerhold Theatre (1933) and other, on the films: "Putyovka v Zhizn" ("The Trip Ticket In Life") of N. V. Ekk [1931], "Pyotr I" ("Peter I") of V. M. Petrov (1937) and other; the reports and speeches about the Soviet dramatic art, cinematography, the talks with beginning writers [1929 - 1958]; the memoirs about childhood, E. G. Bagritsky, A. M. Gorky, V. V. Mayakovsky, V. O. Stenich, A. N. Tolstoy (1930 - [1960]); the diary records (1929 - 1959); the autobiographies 5 ([the 1920-ies] - 1948), "Ni Dnya bez Strochki" ("No a Day Without the Line") - the book of memoirs and meditation [1930 - 1956] and other. There are 808 manuscripts. The pictures of Y. K. Olesha: the friendly cartoons and portraits of B. V. Bobovich, A. Y. Kruchyonykh, K.-K. Laksness, V. V. Mayakovsky and other, the illustrations for his works 228 ([1920-ies] - 1938). The letters of Y. K. Olesha to: L. L. Averbakh [1927], G. V. Aleksandrov [1950-ies], V. F. Asmus (1956), M. I. Babanova [1954], V. E. Bagritsky (1941), A. I. Goryunov (1958), N. O. Gritsenko (1959), Y. V. Drunina [1950-ies], A. L. Dymshits (1937), V. V. Yermilov [1958], E. G. Kazakevich [1956], V. P. Katayev [the 1930-ies], M. Y. Koltsov [the 1920-ies], Y. A. Kuzmina [1930-ies], K. M. Kuliyev [1955], A. L. Less [the 1950-ies], B. N. Livanov 2 [1954, 1958], P. A. Markov 2 (1928, [the 1930-ies]), S. A. Martinson [1954], S. Y. Marshak [1957], A. V. Macheret 3 [1938], V. E. Meyerhold 8 (1930 - [1931]), L. V. Nikulin (1929), L. A. Ozerov (1959), O. V. Olesha - mother 50 (1927 - 1960), O. G. Olesha - wife 212 (1924 - 1960), K. A. Olesha - father 3 (1925 - 1926), V. O. Pertsov 3 (1955), G. N. Petnikov [1957], V. P. Polonsky [1929], A. D. Popov 2 (1928, 1930), I. A. Pyryev (1954), A. I. Raikin (1957), Z. N. Raikh 6 [1931], A. I. Remizova [1957], E. A. Ryazanov [1958 - 1959], I. L. Selvinsky (1959), K. M. Simonov 2 [the 1950-ies], V. P. Stavsky 2 [the 1930-ies], I. V. Stalin [1950], I. Y. Sudakov [1930-ies], A. A. Surkov 2 [the 1950-ies], A. K. Tarasenkov [the 1950-ies], N. S. Tikhonov (1959), G. A. Tovstonogov [1957], A. A. Fadeyev 3 [1938 - 1956], A. B. Chakovsky (1956), V. B. Shklovsky 6 ([the 1950-ies] - 1960), G. G. Shpet [the 1930-ies], M. M. Yanshin [1954] and others. There are 92 addressees. The letters to Y. K. Olesha from: A. I. Aborsky 16 ([1946] - 1960), P. A. Arsky (1957), L. G. Bagritskaya 7 (1956 - [1956]), A. V. Batalov [1950-ies], V. D. Bendina 2 (1959), M. I. Berestinsky 3 (1957 - 1958), N. Y. Berkovsky [1920-ies], B. V. Bobovich 8 (1938 - 1959), S. M. Bogomazov 4 ([1956] - 1958), V. F. Bokov 2 (1955, 1956), S. A. Vasilyev (1955), M. D. Volpin (1959), O. P. Voronova 8 ([1957] - 1959), A. B. Gatov 2 (1957), S. Y. Golovanivsky (1940), S. N. Golubov (1936), F. I. Gopp 2 (1956, 1958), N. M. Gorchakov 3 (1928 - [1936]), V. T. Goffenshefer 3 (1935), A. L. Gripich (1928), V. I. Dmitriyevsky 2 (1933, 1941), V. V. Yermilov [1936], M. M. Zoschenko 3 (1930 - [1934]), E. G. Kazakevich 2 ([1956], 1958), V. P. Katayev [1940-ies], A. P. Kvyatkovsky (1959), I. I. Koval - Samborsky (1955), O. Y. Kolychev 2 (1959, [1950-ies]), V. V. Kuza 2 ([1929], 1930), K. M. Kuliyev 17 (1955), L. I. Lagin (1960), K. K. Lapin (1957), E. Y. Levontin (1959), P. G. Lin [1950-ies], T. F. Makarova [1958], P. A. Markov 11 ([1928] - 1955), S. A. Martinson [1958], G. A. Maryagin 4 (1959 - 1960), A. V. Macheret 4 (1938), V. E. Meyerhold 8 (1929 - [1931]), S. D. Merkurov (1936), E. L. Mindlin [the 1950-ies], Z. A. Nikitina 7 (1955 - 1956), L. V. Nikulin 2 (1956, [1958]), I. A. Novikov (1957), N. N. Nosov 2 (1955, 1959), L. A. Ozerov 2 (1959), O. G. Olesha 31 ([1928] - 1959), Y. I. Osetrov (1955), Z. S. Paperny (1957), V. O. Pertsov 8 (1955 - 1956), G. N. Petnikov (1957), N. F. Pogodin [the 1930-ies], V. P. Polonsky (1930), M. L. Polyanovsky (1956), A. D. Popov (1928), A. M. Puzanov 3 (1956 - 1960), Z. N. Raikh 5 ([1930] - 1936), A. I. Remizova 7 [1955 - 1956], V. V. Smirensky 5 (1957 - 1959), Y. V. Sobolev (1928), V. O. Stenich (1932), G. F. Sukovanchenko (1957), A. K. Tarasenkov 2 (1948, 1954), L. I. Tolstoy (1955), A. M. Turkov 5 [1956], A. A. Fadeyev [the 1930-ies], A. M. Faiko (1959), I. L. Feinberg (1958), E. F. Tsippelzon (1957), A. B. Chaikovsky [the 1950-ies], M. S. Shaginyan [the 1950-ies], G. A. Shengeli (1955), M. A. Shekhter 5 (1956 - [1957]), Z. K. Shishova 2 ([1930] - 1936), V. B. Shklovsky 5 ([the 1950-ies] - 1960), N. N. Shpanov (1955), B. M. Eikhenbaum (1929) and others. There are 170 correspondents. The dedications to Y. K. Olesha on the books end-leaves of: V. F. Bokov (1958), K. Y. Vanshenkin (1957), A. A. Kovalenkov (1955), N. N. Lyashko (1947), N. P. Sakonskaya (1938), N. N. Shpanov (1955). The congratulatory telegrams to Y. K. Olesha on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of his birth: the USSR SP, the SP of Russia, the Vakhtangov Theatre, L. S. Lench, V. N. Orlov, I. L. Selvinsky, N. S. Tikhonov and other (1959). The letters of readers, students and beginning authors to Y. K. Olesha ([1927] - 1960). The posters and programs of Y. K. Olesha's literary events and of the performances of his plays (1918 - 1958), the service and business trip certificates (1924 - 1932), materials of Y. K. Olesha's activity in the "Gudok" ("Beep") newspaper editorial office (1925 - 1935), the letters of newspapers, magazines editorial offices, publishing houses, theatres, film studios and other institutions (1925 - 1960); the agreements with publishing houses and theatres (1928 - 1959). The death certificate (1960). The articles and papers about Y. K. Olesha's life and creative work of: V. V. Badikov, V. I. Burdin, O. P. Voronova, A. I. Deich, L. D. Levin, I. G. Panchenko, V. B. Shklovsky and other (1933 - 1973); the articles about Y. K. Olesha and with mention about him - newspaper cuttings (1927 - [1979]); the memoirs about Y. K. Olesha of: A. I. Aborsky, V. Y. Ardov, V. D. Bendina, B. V. Bobovich, A. K. Gladkov, K. S. Yesenin, R. Ivnev, E. G. Kazakevich, L. A. Kassil, O. Y. Kolychyov, V. P. Komardenkov, Y. A. Kuzmina, O. V. Lepeshinskaya, L. B. Libedinskaya, B. N. Livanov, P. A. Markov, L. V. Nikulin, I. S. Ovchinnikov, L. A. Ozerov, K. G. Paustovsky, N. I. Sats, A. P. Starostin, A. G. Tyshler, M. A. Shekhter, Z. K. Shishova, V. B. Shklovsky, M. M. Yanshin and other (1957 - [1975]); the letters with mention about Y. K. Olesha: of G. N. Petnikov to B. B. Skuratov (1960), of V. B. Shklovsky to V. V. Smirnova (1973) and to G. N. Chukhray [1967]. The letters to O. G. Olesha of: A. I. Aborsky 9 (1967 - 1978), L. G. Bagritskaya 24 (1948 - 1968), V. V. badikov 39 (1963 - 1973), B. V. Bobovich 4 (1960 - 1969), V. I. Burdin 26 ([1965] - 1971), A. G. Galis (1962), O. Y. Kolychev (1966), Y. A. Kuzmina (1936), A. L. Less (1965), Z. A. Nikitina 2 (1962, 1969), L. V. Nikulin 2 [1960-ies], I. S. Ovchinnikov (1960), V. O. Pertsov (1970), M. L. Polyanovsky (1968), Z. N. Raikh 5 (1930 - 1933), A. M. Room (1974), L. O. Utyosov (1965), N. I. Khardzhiyev [the 1940-ies], K. I. Chukovsky (1968), M. A. Shekhter (1962), Z. K. Shishova [the 1950-ies], V. B. Shklovsky 242 (1951 - 1977). The letters to V. B. Shklovsky from: I. L. Andronikov (1966), L. G. Bagritskaya 5 (1966), O. B. Eikhenbaum [the 1960-ies]. The portraits of Y. K. Olesha (pictures, impresses) by: V. B. Bobovich 2 (1953, 1956), K. S. Yeliseyev (1931), I. I. Igin [the 1950-ies], A. G. Tyshler 2 [the 1930-ies], M. A. Fainzilberg (1928) and other. There are 26 ones. The photographs of Y. K. Olesha, individual ones and in the groups with A. Y. Adalis, I. E. Babel, M. A. Bulgakov, V. M. Gusev, A. A. Zharov, M. M. Zoschenko, I. A. Ilf, L. A. Kassil, V. P. Katayev, S. A. Martinson, V. E. Meyerhold, L. V. Nikulin, I. S. Ovchinnikov, V. O. Stenich, A. N. Tolstoy, K. A. Fedin and other, 182 ([1899] - 1959). The photographs of Y. K. Olesha on the bed of death 6 (1960). The photographs with dedications to Y. K. Olesha of: A. I. Aborsky (1953), V. E. Meyerhold (1931), Z. N. Raikh 3 ([1924] - 1932) and other. There are 8 ones. The photographs with dedications to O. G. Olesha of: B. V. Barnet (1938), V. E. Meyerhold (1930), A. N. Raikh (1931), V. B. Shklovsky and other. There are 5 ones. The photographs of scenes from the performances and shots from the films based on Y. K. Olesha's works 45 [1929 - 1967]. The photographs of: A. S. Grin [1932], E. G. Kazakevich [the 1960-ies], F. Y. Kon [the 1930-ies], Y. A. Kuzmina in the "U Samogo Sinego Morya" ("At the Blue Sea") film of B. V. Barnet, individual one and in the group with N. A. Kryuchkov 2 [1935], M. A. Ladynina [the 1950-ies], S. Y. Marshak [the 1950-ies], V. V. Mayakovsky in the group with L. Y. Brik, V. B. Shklovsky and other [1923], V. I. Narbut 9 [the 1900-ies - the 1930-ies], O. G. Olesha, individual ones and in the groups with V. E. Bagritsky, I. A. Ilf, I. A. Rakhtanov, V. B. Shklovsky and other, 136 ([the 1900-ies] - 1968), L. P. Orlova 2 [1939, 1947], B. L. Pasternak [1930-ies], K. G. Paustovsky, individual one and in the group with V. Y. Ardov 2 [the 1960-ies], A. I. Raikin [the 1950-ies], Z. N. Raikh in life and roles 6 ([1924] - 1931), M. A. Svetlov [the 1950-ies], Y. V. Smelyakov [the 1950-ies], M. I. Tsaryov [1933], V. B. Shklovsky, individual ones and in the groups with N. N. Aseyev, V. A. Kaverin, E. G. Kazakevich, A. Y. Kruchyonykh, B. N. Livanov, S. Y. Marshak, M. M. Schtraukh, B. M. Eikhenbaum and other, 35 (1945 - [the 1960-ies]). The pictures of B. V. Barnet (1939), V. N. Goryayev 19 (1967), O. G. Olesha 45 ([the 1960-ies] - 1967). The dedications to Y. K. Olesha on the books of: I. I. Igin (1956) and L. A. Ozerov (1958). 1927 - 1968. The letter of Y. K. Olesha to F. F. Raskolnikov [1927]; the letter to him of A. V. Belinkov [the 1950-ies]; Y. N. Andreyev, V. N. Zhukov - the article about A. V. Belinkov with mention about Y. K. Olesha - print (1968), K. B. Radek - "Kak Vsevolod Meyerhold Popal v Gamlety I Kak Zhirofle Zhirofly Nachali Stroit Sotsializm" ("How Vsevolod Meyerhold Run to Hamlets and How Zhirofle Zhiroflya Began to Build the Socialism"), "Neskolko Slov v Otvet tov. Soltsu" ("Several Words in Answer to Comrade Solts") - articles about the "Spisok Blagodeyany" ("The List of Benefactions") performance of the Meyerhold Theatre based on Y. K. Olesha's play - typewritten copies (1931), F. D. Rif - "Zavist" Yuriya Oleshi" ("The "Envy" of Yury Olesha") - article - typewritten copy (1966), L. I. Slavin - "O Rabote A. Belinkova "Yuri Olesha" ("About the "Yury Olesha" Work of A. Belinkov") [1968], A. A. Galich - "Dorogomu Yuriyu Karlovichu Oleshe!" ("To Dear Yury Karlovich Olesha!") - poem (1959); the letters: of M. Tadao to V. B. Shklovsky with mention about Y. K. Olesha (1965), of A. V. Belinkov to O. G. Olesha 3 (1960 - 1961), of Y. G. Bonner to O. G. Olesha (1968), of G. Novitsky to K. A. Olesha (1941).
Dates : 1880-е - 1979 гг.
Quantity of Items : 1287