2081

Fund Number : 2081
Title : Dovzhenko, Aleksandr Petrovich (1894-1956) - film director, writer, scenarist
Annotation :
1903 - 1963. The manuscripts of A. P. Dovzhenko. The scenarios: "Vasya - Reformator" ("Vasya - Reformer") (1926), "Arsenal" ("Arsenal") (1928 - 1935), "Zemlya" ("World") (1930 - 1952), "Aerograd" ("Aero - City") (1935 - 1956), "Schors" ("Shchors") (1938), "Michurin" ("Michurin") (1941 - 1951), "Zacharovannaya Desna" ("The Desna River Is Spellbound") (1942 - 1948), "Ukraina v Ogne" ("Ukraine in Fire") (1943), "Birva za Nashu Sovetskuyu Ukrainu" ("The Battle for Our Soviet Ukraine") (1943), "Pobeda na Pravoberezhnoy Ukraine" ("Victory on Right - Bank Ukraine") (1943 - 1944), "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") (1944 - 1945), "Proschai, Amerika" ("Good-bye, America") (1949), "Otkrytiye Antarktidy" ("Discovery of Antarctica") (1951 - 1952), "Poema o More" ("Poem about the Sea") (1954 - 1955); the plays: "Potomki Zaporozhtsev" ("Descendants of Zaporozhian Cossacks") (1935 - 1953), "Zhizn v Tsvetu" ("Life in Blossom-Time") (1946 - 1955); the narratives and stories: "Na Kolyuchei Provoloke" ("On the Thorny Wire") (1942), "Nezabyvayemoye" ("Unforgettable") (1942), "Noch Pered Boyem" ("Night before the Battle") (1942), "Otstupnik" ("Apostate") (1942), "Pobeda" ("Kapitan Kravchina") ("Victory" ("Captain Kravchina")) (1942 - 1943), "Volya k Zhizni" ("Will for Life") (1942), "Trizna" ("Funeral Feast") (1942), "Fedorchenko" ("Fedorchenko") (1943), "Mat" ("Mother") (1943) and other; the articles: "Pismo k Lyotchiku - Bombardirovschiku" ("The Letter to the Bomber Pilot") (1942), "Voina I Sotrudnichestvo Kinematografii Soyuznykh Stran" ("War and Collaboration of the Union Countries Cinematography") (1942), "Oveyannye Slavoy Znamena Vedut nas k Pobede" ("Faned with Glory Banners Are Conducting Us to the Victory") (1943), "O Krasote v Kinoiskusstve" ("About Beauty in the Cinematographic Art") [1944], "Tsvet Prishol v Kino" ("Colour Came to the Cinema") (1945), "Klevetnikam Zemli" ("To Slanderers of the World") (1949), "Svetly Obraz" ("Light Image") (about G. Dimitrov) (1949), "O Lyubimom Iskusstve" ("About the Favourite Art") (1950), "Dumy u Karty Rodiny" ("Thoughts at the Homeland Map") (1951), "Slovo v Stsenarii Khudozhestvennogo Filma" ("Word in the Scenario of the Feature Film") (1953 - 1954), "Velikoye Tovarischestvo" ("The Great Association") (1954), "O Khudozhestvennom Oformlenii Buduschego Kakhovskogo Morya" ("About Artistic Appearance of Future Kakhovskoye Sea") (1954), "Pisatel I Kino v Svete Trebovaniy Sovremennosti" ("The Writer and the Cinema during the Modern Demands") (1954), "Iskusstvo Zhivopisi I Sovremennost" ("Painting Art and the Present") (1955), "Spasaite Rybnoye Khozyaistvo" ("Save the Fishing Industry") (1956), "V Poiskakh Obraza Sovremennika" ("In Search of the Contemporary Image") (1956) and other; the talks, expressions, speeches about his films (1927 - 1936), the lectures read in the All-Union state cinematographic institute (1932 - 1956); the speeches: at the All-Union conference of the Soviet cinematography creative workers (1935), in the National assembly of West Ukraine (1939), at the conference about historical and historical- revolutionary film (1940), at the conference in the SSP about the literature in days of the 1941 - 1945 War (1943), at the All-Union conference of the Soviet cinematography young creative workers (1952), at the evening of meeting with writers of Ukraine (1955), at the meeting of the theatre persons and dramatists with participants of the III All-Union young writers; conference (1956), at the discussion of the kolkhoz themes films (1956) and other; the reviews on scenarios and speeches at the scenarios discussions of: L. O. Arnshtam, D. I. Yeryomin, V. V. Ivanov, V. P. Kateyev, N. F. Pogodin, I. L. Prut, M. A. Svetlov, K. M. Simonov, A. A. Surkov, L. Z. Trauberg, G. P. Shtorm and other (1945 - 1955); the reviews on films and speeches at the discussions of films: "Admiral Nakhimov" ("Admiral Nakhimov") of V. I. Pudovkin, "Attestat Zrelosti" ("Certificate of Ripeness") of T. N. Lukashevich, "Vesyolye Zvyozdy" ("Jolly Stars") of V. P. Stroyeva, "Ilya Muromets" of A. L. Ptushko, "Taras Shevchenko" ("Taras Shevchenko") of I. A. Savchenko, "Urok Zhizni" ("Life Lesson") of Y. Y. Raizman and other (1946 - 1956); the autobiographies 6 (1928 - 1954). There are over 400 manuscripts. The notebooks of A. P. Dovzhenko with diary records, drafts of scenarios, articles and other 74 (1939 - 1956). Materials of the A. P. Dovzhenko director activity. The director's scenarios, assembly sheets, compositions of scenes, sketches of costumes and make-ups, photographs of scenes (over 1200) and films shooting working moments (over 400): "Sumka Dipkuryera" ("Bag of the Diplomatic Courier") (1927), "Zvenigora" ("Zvenigora") (1927), "Arsenal" ("Arsenal") (1928), "Zemlya" ("World") (1930), "Ivan" ("Ivan") (1932), "Aerograd" ("Aero City") (1935), "Schors" ("Shchors") (1938), "Taras Bulba" ("Taras Bulba") (1941), "Michurin" ("Michurin") (1947 - 1948), "Proschay, Amerika" ("Good-Bye, America") (1949), "Poema o More" ("Poem about the Sea") (1955 - 1956). The pictures of A. P. Dovzhenko. The self-portraits, portrait of S. M. Budenny, illustrations for his works and other 60 (1923 - 1956); the caricatures and cartoons - photocopy (1923 - 1926). The letters of A. P. Dovzheko to: N. P. Bazhan (1944), P. P. Vershigora (1943), M. B. Vinyarsky 3 (1942 - 1948), V. V. Vishnevsky - typewritten copies 5 (1937 - 1950), Y. M. Galitsky [1943], G. E. Grebner [1952], S. V. Kozlovsky (1955), Y. M. Martich (1952), P. P. Nesterovsky 3 (1955), N. P. Okhlopkov (1954), P. I. Panch [1950-ies], I. A. Pyryev [1940-ies], M. F. Romanov (1954), M. F. Rylsky (1955), Y. K. Smolich [1950-ies], I. A. Sokolyansky 13 [1926 - 1940-ies], Y. I. Solntseva 54 (1942 - 1956), S. V. Stefanik 2 (1956), A. T. Tvardovsky [1953], Y. T. Timoshenko 4 (1945), brothers Turs (1949), A. A. Fadeyev 7 (1949 - 1954), S. M. Eisenstein 2 (1930) and others. There are 36 addressees. The letters to A. P. Dovzhenko of: I. L. Andronikov (1955), N. P. Bazhan 2 (1954, 1955), G. A. Belov 5 (1948 - 1955), Y. V. Bondarenko 4 (1949 - 1956), S. A. Borzenko (1956), A. M. Buchma (1955), A. N. Vertinsky (1950), L. S. Vivien 2 (1954, 1956), V. V. Vishnevsky 6 (1945 - 1950), V. Vlidek 12 (1946 - 1955), V. G. Gaidarov 2 (1950), M. Y. Gindin 2 (1955), M. M. Glider 2 (1953), O. Gonchar 2 (1949, 1956), D. P. Demutsky 3 (1943 - 1950), V. T. Denisenko 4 (1955 - 1956), Y. P. Dold - Mikhailik (1951), N. V. Dostal 2 (1947), V. V. Ivanov 3 (1953 - 1955), V. M. Ivanov 21 (1942 - 1956), A. Y. Kapler (1947), S. A. Kevorkov 4 (1946 - 1955), G. M. Kozintsev 4 (1949 - 1955), I. S. Kozlovsky 3 (1949 - 1955), I. P. Kopalin 3 (1955), L. V. Kosmatov 2 (1949, 1955), M. M. Krushelnitsky 2 [1940-ies], A. Langlua 2 (1956), V. N. Levin 3 (1955 - 1956), T. V. Levchuk (1948), L. D. Lukov 2 (1948, 1955), S. V. Lukyanov 2 (1954, 1955), A. S. Malyshko 2 (1953, 1955), L. A. Malyugin 2 (1955), G. A. Maryagin 4 (1955 - 1956), G. D. Mdivani 4 (1953 - 1955), V. V. Mikosha 2 (1950, 1955), V. P. Minko 3 (1954 - 1955), A. A. Mishurin 6 (1949 - 1955), A. N. Moskvin 2 (1950, 1952), N. L. Nagnibeda 2 [1955 - 1956], P. I. Panch 5 (1953 - 1956), K. G. Paustovsky (1954), A. G. Petritsky 3 (1942 - 1955), P. P. Petrov - Bytov (1949), A. N. Pidsukha (1956), A. T. Podorozhny 5 (1949 - 1956), A. L. Ptushko 2 (1950, 1954), I. A. Pyryev (1954), M. F. Romanov 2 (1954, 1956), G. L. Roshal 3 (1944 - 1955), P. V. Rusanov 2 (1949, 1955), M. F. Rylsky 4 (1951 - 1956), G. Sadul [1956], S. A. Svashenko 2 (1954, 1955), A. I. Serdyuk 8 (1946 - 1956), K. M. Simonov 2 (1949, 1955), Y. K. Smolich 11 (1953 - 1956), Y. I. Solntseva 4 (1947 - [1950-ies]), V. A. Solovyov [1950-ies], A. V. Sofronov 2 (1954, 1955), M. I. Tereschenko [1956], Y. T. Timoshenko 8 (1945 - 1956), N. S. Tikhonov (1954), brothers Turs 2 (1949, 1955), P. G. Tychina 2 (1949, 1954), A. A. Fadeyev 4 (1949 - 1954), K. A. Fedin (1948), N. N. Figurovsky 7 (1953 - 1956), A. L. Khvylya 2 (1955, 1956), A. F. Shvachko 2 (1943, 1955), V. B. Shklovsky 3 (1946 - 1954), D. D. Shostakovich 6 (1948 - 1955), E. I. Shub 3 (1943 - 1954), I. G. Erenburg 2 (1949, 1955), K. K. Yudin 2 (1954, 1955), Y. I. Yanovsky 5 (1942 - 1954) and others. There are 185 correspondents. The congratulatory letters and telegrams to A. P. Dovzhenko for the jubilees and rewards from: G. V. Aleksandrov, Y. N. Andrikanis, B. A. Babochkin, B. V. Barnet, L. D. Dmiterko, M. S. Donskoy, M. I. Zharov, Y. A. Zavadsky, A. M. Zguridi, A. A. Ignatyev, R. L. Karmen, L. V. Kuleshov, B. A. Lavrenev, B. N. Livanov, N. P. Okhlopkov, V. I. Pudovkin, B. S. Romashov, M. I. Romm, A. M. Room, R. N. Simonov, A. I. Khachaturyan, F. M. Ermler, S. I. Yutkevich and other (1948 - 1956). The letters to A. P. Dovzhenko of audience and readers (1942 - 1956). The visas of A. P. Dovzhenko for the entry to Germany and Poland (1922 - 1923); the letters to him of publishing houses and editorial staffs (1925 - 1956), film studios (1938 - 1956); the service and business trip certificates (1925 - 1955); the posters and programs of A. P. Dovzhenko's films (130 - 1961); the order books (1940 - 1955); the certificates of the State and Lenin's prizes laureate (1941 - 1959); the forms and personal sheets at the personnel registration (1943 - 1954); the extract from the Communist party Central Committee Political Office conference report about assignment of A. P. Dovzhenko as a member of the Extraordinary State Commission at establishment and exfoliation of the German - fascist aggressors' evil deeds (1943); the posters and programs of the "Zhizn v Tsvetu" ("Life in Blossom-Time") (1947 - 1949); the honourable deed about the National Artist of Russia rank awarding - photocopy (1950); the death certificate (1956). The memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko: S. N. Andrianov - "A. P. Dovzhenko Sredi Stroiteley Kakhovskoy GES" ("A. P. Dovzhenko Among Builders of the Kakhovskaya Hydro-Electric Plant") (1957), I. F. Belza - "Pevets Novogo Mira" ("Singer of the New World") (1959), Y. V. Bondarenko - "Vstrechi s Dovzhenko" ("Meetings with Dovzhenko") (1959), A. M. Buchma - "Talant I Serdtse" ("Talent and Heart") (1956), N. S. Vingranovsky - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") (1957), V. Volchek - "Nad Mogiloy Rezhissyora" ("Over the Grave of the Producer"), "Razmyshleniya o Zhizni I Tvorchestve Rezhissyora A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Reflections about Life and Creative Work of Producer A. P. Dovzhenko") (1957 - 1958), Y. M. Vyshinsky - "Portret A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Portrait of A. P. Dovzhenko") (1960), O. Gonchar - "Khudozhnik Naroda" ("Painter of People") (1958), V. T. Denisenko - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") (1958), K. L. Zelinsky - "Vstrechi s A. Dovzhenko" ("Meetings with A. Dovzhenko") (1957), S. A. Kevorkov - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") (1959), G. Klering - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") (1959), S. T. Konenkov - "Kosmos" ("Cosmos") [1961], B. N. Livanov - "Poema o Cheloveke" ("Poem about the Man") [1959], L.-F. Lingart - "Moi Vstrechi s A. P. Dovzhenko" ("My Meetings with A. P. Dovzhenko") (1957), P. Y. Masokha - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") [1957 - 1960], P. I. Panch - "Takim Ya Znayu A. Dovzhenko" ("I Know Such A. Dovzhenko") (1958), B. N. Polevoy - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") (1960), M. S. Saryan - "Vospominaniya ob Aleksandre Petroviche Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about Aleksandr Petrovich Dovzhenko") (1959), S. A. Svashenko - "O Blizkom, Dorogom Cheloveke" ("About Near, Dear Man") (1958), Y. T. Timoshenko - "Svet Bolshoy Dushi" ("Light of the Big Soul") (1957), M. I. Tsaryov - about author's reading of the "Potomki Zaporozhtsev" ("Descendants of Zaporozhian Cossacks") play by A. P. Dovzhenko in the Maly theatre (1959), S. I. Shkurat - "Vospominaniya ob A. P. Dovzhenko" ("Memoirs about A. P. Dovzhenko") [1957 - 1960] and other; the poems dedicated to A. P. Dovzhenko of: I. F. Varavva (1956), O. Vishnya ([1928], 1949), L. V. Zabashta (1959), A. S. Malyshko (1962), M. F. Rylsky [1944] and other; the articles about A. P. Dovzhenko of: G. V. Aleksandrov, L. O. Arnshtam, N. P. Bazhan, G. A. Belov, S. A. Gerasimov, L. D. Dmiterko, R. Draiyer, K. G. Paustovsky, G. Sadul, K. M. Simonov, Y. K. Smolich, A. A. Surkov, N. S. Tikhonov, V. B. Shklovsky, R. N. Yurenev, Y. I. Yanovsky and other (1926 - 1963); the articles and reviews about scenarios and films of A. P. Dovzhenko - newspaper and magazine cuttings (1926 - 1962); the letter of A. Gans to L. P. Pogozheva about A. P. Dovzhenko (1957). The photographs of A. P. Dovzhenko, individual ones and in the groups with N. P. Bazhan, S. D. and G. N. Vasilyevs, V. V. Vishnevsky, V. Volchek, S. A. Gerasimov, M. Y. Gindin, M. M. Glider, D. de Santis, M. S. Donskoy, M. K. Kalatozov, I. S. Kozlovsky, S. T. Konenkov, L. V. Kosmatov, A. Y. Kruchyonykh, L. V. Kuleshov, L. M. Leonov, B. N. Livanov, Y. Y. Raizman, M. I. Romm, G. L. Roshal, M. F. Rylsky, G. Sadul, M. A. Svetlov, Y. I. Solntseva, Y. T. Timoshenko, E. K. Tisse, P. G. Tychina, A. A. Fadeyev, K. A. Fedin, A. S. Khokhlova, S. M. Eisenstein, S. I. Yutkevich and other - over 900 (1912 - 1956). The photographs of memorable places connected with the name of A. P. Dovzhenko, 142 (1940 - 1957). The photographs with dedications to A. P. Dovzhenko of: N. Vachnadze (1946), M. M. Glider (1946), N. Khikmet (1956). The picture of K. S. Yeliseyev for the "Poema o More" ("Poem about the Sea") with the dedication to A. P. Dovzhenko (1956). The manuscripts of Y. I. Solntseva. "Krasivaya Rabota: Fizicheskaya, no Bolshe Umstvennaya" ("Beautiful Work: Physical, But More Mental") - article (1958), the introductory word for the "Poema o More" ("Poem about the Sea") film demonstration (1962) and other. There are 6 manuscripts. Materials of the producer's and actor's activity of Y. I. Solntseva. "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") - producer's scenario (1959); the photographs in roles in the films: "Aelita" ("Aelita") of Y. A. Protazanov, "Papirosnitsa ot Mosselproma" ("Cigarette-Case from the Moscow Rural Industry") of Y. A. Zhelyabuzhsky, "Leon Kutyurye" ("Modeller Leon") of A. A. Kasyanov, "Dzhimmi Khiggins" ("Jimmi Higgins") of G. N. Tasin, "Dve Zhenschiny" ("Two Women") of G. L. Roshal and other - over 100 (1923 - 1930); the photographs of scenes from the films: "Bukovina - Zemli Ukrainskaya" ("Bukovina - Ukrainian Lands"), "Poema o More" ("Poem about the Sea"), "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") and other (1940 - 1960). The letters of Y. I. Solntseva to: S. D. Vasilyev (1956), O. Gonchar (1959), M. M. Krushelnitsky [1958], A. Langlua 2 (1960, 1961), A. S. Malyshko (1957), M. F. Rylsky (1959) and others. There are 31 addressees. The letters to Y. I. Solntseva from: G. V. Aleksandrov 3 (1956 - 1960), Y. N. Andrikanis 3 (1959 - 1962), I. L. Andronikov 2 (1956, 1957), G. A. Belov (1956), V. P. Belyayev (1957), N. V. Bogoslovsky (1956), Y. V. Bondarenko 6 (1956 - 1961), S. D. Bubrik (1961), V. Vlchek 19 (1956 - 1962), M. M. Glider (1944), O. Gonchar 3 (1958 - 1960), A. Y. Kapler (1963), S. A. Kevorkor 2 (1956, 1958), I. S. Kozlovsky 4 (1957 - 1962), L. V. Kosmatov 2 (1957, 1960), M. M. Krushelnitsky 6 (1956 - 1958), A. Langlua 4 (1956 - 1962), D. Leida (1961), L.-F. Lingart 5 (1959 - 1961), A. S. Malyshko 5 (1956 - 1960), S. Y. Marshak (1956), P. Y. Masokha 2 (1958, 1961), A. A. Mishurin 6 (1956 - 1962), L. Mussinak (1961), P. I. Panch 3 (1956 - 1958), M. P. Rollan - Kudasheva (1961), G. L. Roshal 9 (1956 - 1961), M. F. Rylsky 15 (1956 - 1963), G. Sadul 5 (1956 - 1961), M. S. Saryan 2 (1956, 1957), Kaneto Sindo (1960), A. A. Surkov 4 (1956 - 1962), Y. T. Timoshenko 4 (1956 - 1962), N. S. Tikhonov 2 (1962), I. N. Figurovsky [1954], A. L. Khvylya 2 (1956, 1957) and others. There are 175 correspondents. The letters and telegrams to Y. I. Solntseva with condolence for A. P. Dovzhenko's death of: O. F. Berggolz, S. Dolidze, D. B. Kabalevsky, F. G. Ranevskaya, N. K. Simonov, Y. A. Shaporin, E. I. Shub, I. G. Erenburg and other (1956). Materials for the biography of Y. I. Solntseva (1924 - 1963). The photographs of Y. I. Solntseva 150 (1903 - 1961); the photograph of B. F. Andreyev with the dedication to Y. I. Solntseva (1961). The dedications to A. P. Dovzhenko on the books of: I. L. Andronikov (1955), O. F. Berggolz 2 (1943, 1956), S. A. Borzenko (1956), N. Vachnadze (1950), V. V. Vishnevsky 2 (1950), V. Vlchek (1947), M. M. Glider (1948), O. Gonchar (1949), N. M. Gorchakov (1950), Y. P. Dold - Mikhailik (1952), D. I. Yeryomin (1955), A. A. Zharov (1954), A. A. Ignatyev (1947), A. A. Kovalenkov (1954), P. S. Kozlanyuk (1949), O. Y. Kolychev (1955), O. Lysogorsky (1945), A. S. Malyshko 3 (1949 - 1956), S. Y. Marshak (1949), P. Neruda (1951), M. F. Rylsky 4 (1951 - 1955), A. A. Fadeyev 2 (1944, 1946), N. Khikmet (1956), B. Shklovsky 2 (1953, 1955), Y. I. Yanovsky (1950) and other. There are 70 books. The dedications to Y. I. Solntseva on the books of: A. O. Avdeyenko (1954), N. N. Aseyev (1929), E. G. Bagritsky (1928), A. Vesyoly 2 (1926, 1928), Y. L. Dzigan (1961), A. Y. Kruchyonykh 7 (1928 - 1930), L.-F. Lingart (1959), O. Lysogorsky (1958), A. S. Malyshko (1957), M. F. Rylsky 2 (1952, 1959), P. G. Skosyrev (1919) and other. There are 23 books. 1894 - 1972. The manuscripts of A. P. Dovzhenko. The scenarios: "Aerograd" ("Aero City") - drafts (1935), "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") - variants (1944 - 1945); the "Potomki Zaporozhtsev" ("Descendants of Zaporozhian Cossacks") play - extract (1941 - 1953); the articles, reviews, speeches, talks (photocopies and typewritten copies): "K Probleme Izobrazitelnogo Iskusstva" ("For the Problem of the Graphic Art") (1926), "Ukrainskoye Kino Segodnya" ("Ukrainian Cinema Today") (1929), "Moi Metod" ("My Method") (1930), "O "Zemle" ("About "World") (1930), "Pochemu "Ivan"?" ("Why the "Ivan" Is?") (1932), "Lyubov k Buduschim Filmam" ("Love for the Future Films") (1932), "Aerograd" ("Aero City") (1934), "Izuchit Uroki Kinofestivalya" ("To Study the Lessons of the Film Festival") (1935), "K Priyezdu Romena Rollana v Moskvu" ("For the Arrival of Romen Rollan in Moscow") (1935), "Smelost I Prostpta" ("Courage and Simplicity") (1936), "O Vospitanii Kadrov Kinorezhissyorov" ("About Education of the Film Producers Personnel") (1936), speech at the XIV Extraordinary congress of the Ukrainian SSR (1937), "Sedovtsy" ("Sedovetses") (1940), "O Khudozhestvennom Vospitanii Detei" ("About Artistic Education of Children") (1940), speeches at the State Prizes Committee conferences (1940 - 1944), "Taras Bulba" ("Taras Bulba") (1941), speeches at the "Mosfilm" ("Mosfilm") Artistic council conferences at discussions of the films of G. V. Aleksandrov, M. K. Kalatozov, A. l. Ptushko, V. I. Pudovkin, I. A. Pyryev, M. I. Romm, A. M. Room, A. B. Stolper, M. E. Chiaureli, F. M. Ermler and other (1946 - 1956), "Trista Let" ("Three Hundred Years") (1954), "V Galereye Velikogo Marinista" ("In the Gallery of the Great Painter of Sea-Scapes") [about I. K. Aivazovsky] (1954); the autobiography (1949) and other. There are 99 manuscripts. The pictures by A. P. Dovzhenko: man's portrait and girl's portrait (1917, [1944]). The letters of A. P. Dovzhenko (partly photo and typewritten copies) to: Y. V. Bondarenko (1950), A. Langlua (1956), L. Mussinak (1930), A. I. Peregud [1928], A. N. Pidsukha 3 (1956), G. M. Pustovoit (1942), Y. K. Smolich 10 (1951 - 1956), Y. I. Solntseva (1954), N. K. Cherkasov (1954), Y. I. Yanovsky (1953) and others. There are 15 addressees. The letters to A. P. Dovzhenko of: G. V. Aleksandrov (1955), L. O. Arnshtam (1943), N. G. Vachnadze (1943), M. B. Vinyarsky 2 (1942), S. M. Gedevani (1951), A. A. Zharov [1950-ies], V. M. Ivanov 2 [1943, 1940-ies], S. A. Kevorkov (1945), G. Klering (1943), P. S. Kozlanyuk (1955), N. V. Komissarov (1943), T. V. Levchuk 2 (1944), G. I. Lipshits 2 (1943, 1946), M. P. Magidson [1943], G. A. Maryagin (1955), A. V. Macheret 2 (1956), Y. I. Nazarenko (1955), O. T. Nesterovich 2 ([1940-ies] - 1950), A. A. Perventsev (1955), N. F. Pogodin [1953], I. A. Pyryev (1943), M. F. Rylsky (1943), S. A. Svashenko 3 (1943), A. T. Tvardovsky (1954), Y. T. Timoshenko 2 (1945), A. A. Fait (1943), D. D. Shostakovich (1955) and others. There are 58 correspondents. The birth certificate of A. P. Dovzhenko - photocopy (1894), the Glukhovsky pedagogic Institute certificate - photocopy (1914), the application to the Kiev commercial Institute director about entering as a "lecturegoer" - typewritten copy (1917), the applications of A. P. Dovzhenko to the Ukrainian SSR National enlightenment Committee about prolongation of the painting teaching in Berlin - photocopy (1923), the letters of publishing houses and magazines and newspapers editorial staffs (1937 - 1956), the letters of the USSR cinematography Ministry, film studios about production of films, consultations and other (1946 - 1956), the agreement with the Maly theatre about staging of the "Zhizn v Tsvetu" ("Life in Blossom-Time") play (1946), the orders of the USSR Culture Minister about ratification of A. P. Dovzhenko as a member of the "Mosfilm" ("Mosfilm") artistic council and the foreign films purchase Commission (1955). The articles and reviews about films of A. P. Dovzhenko and Y. I. Solntseva - newspaper cuttings (1930 - 1972), the articles of S. A. Gerasimov (1964) and V. B. Shklovsky [1968], the decree of the USSR SP secretariate about immortalization of A. P. Dovzhenko's memory (1956), the posters and programs of evening of A. P. Dovzhenko's memory (1961 - 1966), the posters and programs of films of A. P. Dovzhenko and Y. I. Solntseva (1962 - 1972), the lists of books, personal things, archives materials of A. P. Dovzhenko passed by Y. I. Solntseva to the Sosnitsky memorial museum and the Kiev film studio museum (1965 - 1970), the agreement of Y. I. Solntseva with the publishing house about publication of film-poems of A. P. Dovzhenko in Hungary (1968), the lists of A. P. Dovzhenko's materials kept in the State Films fund [1960-ies]. The manuscripts of Y. I. Solntseva (A. P. Dovzhenko's wife, film producer, National Artist of Russia). The articles: "O Tom, Kak Snimalsya Film" ("About the Film Was Shot"), "Prodolzhat Poisk Dovzhenko" ("To continue of Search of Dovzhenko") and other 6 [1961 - 1969]. The letters to Y. I. Solntseva from: G. V. Aleksandrov (1965), I. L. Andronikov (1966), Y. V. Bondarenko [1966], D. V. Varlamov (1967), V. Vlchek (1963), S. D. Dreiden (1971), L. V. Zabashta 13 (1964 - 1970), V. M. Ivanov 4 ([1963] - 1968), V. I. Kasiyan (1963), S. A. Kevorkov (1964), G. M. Kozintsev - typewritten copy (1971), I. S. Kozlovsky (1963), S. T. Konenkov (1963), G. S. Kravchenko (1971), L.-F. Lingart 2 (1966, 1967), A. S. Malyshko (1964), P. Y. Masokha (1963), N. P. Mashenko (1968), Y. I. Nazarenko 4 (1968), F. M. Nikitin (1968), N. P. Okhlopkov (1963), S. P. Plachinda 14 (1964 - 1969), M. F. Rylsky 4 (1956 - 1963), G. Sadul (1966), K. Sindo Kaneto (1963), Y. K. Smolich (1970), N. S. Tikhonov 17 (1964 - 1972), A. F. Shvachko 2 (1944, 1960). The congratulatory letters and telegrams to Y. I. Solntseva for the rewardings and holidays of:V. Y. Baskakov, N. N. Klado, G. B. Maryamov, G. L. Roshal, V. P. Stroyeva and other (1964 - 1969). The extract from the USSR Central Executive Committee Presidium report about awarding of the Honoured Artist of Russia rank to Y. I. Solntseva (1935), the business trip certificate in the "Ukraina v Ogne" ("Ukraine in Fire") film unit (1942), the letters of the USSR cinematography affairs Committee, the film studios, the Soviet and foreign film archives, the museums about demonstration of films of A. P. Dovzhenko and Y. I. Solntseva, about collecting of A. P. Dovzhenko's materials (1958 - 1971), the awards of the Cannes and London film festivals for the "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") film - photocopy (1961), the letters of the Soviet and foreign publishing house about publication of Y. I. Solntseva's articles (1961 - 1971), the extracts from the USSR moviemakers Union board secretariate reports about assignment of Y. I. Solntseva as a member of the All-Union artistic cinematography commission and the Moscow city Executive committee cinemafication board (1966, 1970), the letters of the Lenin's Prizes Committee about ratification of Y. I. Solntseva as a member of the Committee (1967), the warrants of the USSR moviemakers congress delegate (1971). The articles and reviews about Y. I. Solntseva - newspaper cuttings (1963 - 1972). The photographs of: A. P. Dovzhenko in the group with A. Y. Kornaichuk, L. D. Lukov and other (1941), Y. I. Solntseva 2 (1930, [1930-ies]). The photographs of scenes from the "Povest Plamennykh Let" ("Story of Flaming Years") film of Y. I. Solntseva based on A. P. Dovzhnko's scenario 18 (1960). The photographs of A. P. Dovzhenko's memory evenings 2 (1912).
Dates : 1894 - 1972 гг.
Quantity of Items : 2619