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Guide to the Elisabeth Markstein Collection

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Collection Summary

Title: Elisabeth Markstein Collection
Dates: 1890s-2013 (bulk 1930s-1990s)
Collection No.: MSE/REE 0017
Creator: Markstein, Elisabeth 1929-2013
Extent: 16 containers,18.5 linear feet
Language: Collection material in German and Russian
Repository: University of Notre Dame. Hesburgh Libraries, Department of Special Collections. 102 Hesburgh Library, Notre Dame, IN 46556
Abstract: Elisabeth Markstein (1929-2013) was highly regarded for her translations from Russian to German, including Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago (under the pen name Anna Peturnig). She was also a teacher and literary scholar as well as a staunch supporter of the dissident writers in the Soviet Union. This collection consists of personal documents, correspondence (family, personal, and professional), papers dealing with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, scholarly research materials, photographs, and finally, audio and computer files. The Solzhenitsyn material, dealing with the publication of his work in the West before and after exile in 1974, is particularly noteworthy because Markstein was a trusted friend of the Nobel prize winner as well as the liaison between the author and his Swiss lawyer, Fritz Heeb.

Selected Search Terms

Markstein, Elisabeth, 1929-2013
Communist Party of Austria
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevich, 1918-2008
Dissenters--Soviet Union
Russian literature--20th century--History and criticism
Russia--Intellectual life--20th century

Administrative Information

Restrictions: There are no access restrictions on this collection.

Preferred Citation: [Identification of item], Elisabeth Markstein Collection, [Collection and folder no.], Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Hesburgh Libraries of Notre Dame.

Acquisition and Processing Note: The Elisabeth Markstein papers were acquired by the Hesburgh Libraries in 2013. Arranged and described 2015, by Kenneth Kinslow and Natasha Lyandres. Finding aid 2015, by Kenneth Kinslow. Rare Books and Special Collections would also like to thank Ekaterina Shklovskaia-Kordi for her help in processing this collection.

Biographical Note

Elisabeth Markstein (1929-2013) was a prominent Austrian translator and literary scholar and a courageous and dedicated human rights activist. She was a close friend of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Lev Kopelev, and Efim Etkind, and she was instrumental in bringing to the West and, thus preserving, works that had only been available in samizdat. Besides Dostoevskii's novel The Gambler, Marsktein translated works of Viktor Nekrasov, Vasilii Grossman, Friedrich Gorenstein, Vasilii Aksenov, and Vasilii Shalamov. Under the name Anna Peturnig she translated Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago.

She was born Elisabeth Koplenig in 1929. Her parents Johann (1891-1968) and Hilde (1904-2002) were important Austrian intellectuals and activists in the international communist and workers' movement. Johann Koplenig served as chairman of the Austrian Communist Party from 1945 to 1965, playing a key role in the party's activities before and after World War II. Hilde Koplenig worked as an activist and writer for the international labor and communist movements. Because of these political affiliations and because Hilde was Jewish, the family was forced to leave Austria after 1933. During the ensuing years they lived in various locations throughout Europe. Elisabeth attended school in Zürich and Paris, but she spent most of her formative years in the Soviet Union, where she lived with her parents during the 1930s and then during the Second World War. She graduated high school in Moscow and returned to Vienna in 1945.

After returning to Austria, from 1946 to 1952, she pursued Slavic studies at the U. of Vienna, spending a year at Moscow State U. In 1952 she completed her doctorate in Russian literature. The subject of her dissertation was Maxim Gorky and socialistic realism. That same year she married the journalist and writer, Heinz Markstein (1924-2008), with whom she eventually had three daughters. From 1956 to 1958 she studied at the Translation Institute in Vienna and became a certified Russian translator, and in 1966 she began her teaching career, first in Vienna, then Innsbruck, Graz, and Vienna again. From 1975 to 1976 she was a guest lecturer at the U. of Texas at Austin. She continued to teach at the Translation Institute in Vienna until her retirement in 2003. Throughout her lifetime Markstein maintained close ties with the international communist and workers' movement; however, during the 1960s such events as the suppression of the "Prague Spring" contributed to changing her views on Soviet-style socialism and the communist movement more broadly. In March of 1971 she was expelled from the party for activities damaging to the communist cause. In 2010 she published her memoirs entitled Moskau ist viel schöner als Paris.

Elisabeth Markstein achieved prominence as a translator and literary scholar. In 1989 she won the Austrian State Prize for Literary Translation (Österreichischen Staatspreis für literarische Übersetzung), and in 2014 the University of Austria posthumously established a special prize to commemorate her accomplishments in that same area. However, despite the importance of her translations, she will probably best be remembered for the key role she played in bringing the literary work of Solzhenitsyn to the West, acting as his personal liaison and connecting him with the attorney Fritz Heeb. Solzhenitsyn received the Nobel prize in 1970; from the late 1960s through 1974, the year of his exile from the Soviet Union, Elisabeth Markstein worked tirelessly, often at great personal risk, with a clandestine network of Solzhenitsyn's supporters inside the USSR as well as with Western literary agents and publishers outside the country. Using the code name of "Betta," she played a critical part in the triangle formed by herself, Fritz Heeb ("Iura"), Nikita Struve ("Kolya"), as well as Stepan Tatischeff ("Émile") to translate and publish Solzhenitsyn. She passed away in 2013 and is survived by her daughter Catherine as well as five grandchildren.

Scope and Content Note

The Markstein collection consists of: series 1, personal documents; series 2, correspondence; series 3, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn; series 4, research and scholarship; series 5, photographs and drawings, and series 6, audio materials, floppy discs, and flash drives.

Series 1, personal documents, relates to both Elisabeth Markstein and her family; many of the items date from the period when the family lived in the Soviet Union.

Series 2, correspondence, constitutes a substantial portion of the papers. The first subseries, family correspondence, includes letters between Johann and Hilde Koplenig and other family members, as well as letters of miscellaneous correspondents with Johann and/or Hilde Koplenig. The second subseries consists of correspondence with the Mirov family, who were Markstein's closest friends in Russia. Markstein first met Nadezhda Iakovlevna Mirova (1927-2009) in 1938. After graduating from Moscow State U., Nadezhda Mirova taught literature in the Moscow schools until her retirement in 2008. Her husband, Lazar Ilich Lazarev (actual surname Shindel; 1924-2010) was a literary critic and the author of many books. He worked for Voprosi Literatury from 1961 and served as its chief editor from 1991. General correspondence comprises the third subseries; in a personal and professional capacity, Elisabeth Markstein exchanged letters with a wide range of individuals including Lev Kopelev, Henrich Böll, Viktor Nekrasov, Vasillii Aksenov, Joseph Brodsky, and Efim Etkind.

Series 3, Solzhenitsyn, also contains serveral subseries; however, the most important section is Markstein's correspondence with Fritz Heeb, Nikita Struve, Stepan Tatischeff, as well as with many other Solzhenitsyn scholars, publishers, and translators. The letters, the bulk of which are from 1969 through 1974, are arranged chronologically based upon Markstein's original organization. The correspondence between Markstein and Heeb hold numerous enclosures and attachments (many of which were translated from Russian to German by Markstein); they include letters by Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, legal documents such as Solzhenitsyn's will as well as publisher contracts, draft agreements, and other materials.

Series 4, research and scholarship, includes Markstein's dissertation, her teaching materials (folders and index cards), her articles, and translation work.

Series 5, consists primarily of photographs which are varied: some of them were taken during the 1930s and 1940s during the family's exile from Austria, and others are more current photos of daughters and grandchildren.

Series 6 consists of audio materials, floppy discs, and flash drives. The audio materials contain the interview that Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein conducted with Joseph Brodsky when he was exiled to the West in 1972, poetry readings by Brodsky as well as by Naum Korzhavin, and taped radio broadcasts. The computer files are varied: from research notes and article drafts to photographs of grandchildren.

Arrangement Note

The arrangement of material within the six series and their various subseries is basically chronological with a few exceptions. For example, Markstein's general correspondence is alphabetically arranged.

Related Material

The Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen in Germany holds an extensive collection of letters between Solzhenitsyn and Markstein. Rare Books and Special Collections at Notre Dame has digital copies of these Bremen letters.

Container List

  • Series 1: Personal Documents 
    • Subseries 1: Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein
       
      • Eye Exam Records. Lydia and Lisa Steinbrunner, 1935. Folder 1 (MSE/REE 0017-1)
        2 items, 2 pages.
        When Elisabeth Koplenig's family fled Austria because of the growing strength of the Nazis, they used false identification papers. The eye exam records show the mother and daughter using the name Steinbrunner.

      • French Identity Card. Lydia and Lisa Steinbrunner, 1939. Folder 2 (MSE/REE 0017-2)
        1 booklet, 13 x 9 cm., 19 pages.

      • Certificates of merit. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1941-1944. Folder 3 (MSE/REE 0017-3)
        3 items, 3 pages.
        School certificates "for excellent performance and good behavior"; Elisabeth Koplenig spent the war years in Russia and attended school there; 2 of the certificates were issued by a Moscow school, while the 1942 certificate was given by a school in Cherepanikha.

      • School exercise. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1940s. Folder 4 (MSE/REE 0017-4)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Item appears to be an early school exercise with regard to cities and their populations.

      • School exercise. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1940s. Folder 5 (MSE/REE 0017-5)
        4 pages on 1 folded sheet.
        A short descriptive "essay" written as a school exercise and touching upon Paris and other subjects.

      • This folder is not in use. n.d. Folder 6 (MSE/REE 0017-6)


      • Komsomol identification. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1944 March. Folder 7 (MSE/REE 0017-7)
        1 card, 12 x 8 cm.
        ID testifies to the fact that the bearer is a delegate to the communist youth organization.

      • Student Identification Card. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1944. Folder 8 (MSE/REE 0017-8)
        1 item, 9 x 7 cm., 6 pages.

      • Soviet High School Diploma. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1946. Folder 8A-F1 (MSE/REE 0017-8A-F1)
        1 item, 35 x 24 cm.

      • Academic records and transcripts. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1946-1948. Folder 9 (MSE/REE 0017-9)
        5 pages, plus 4 pages of copies.
        Documents are in Russian with translations into German.

      • Viennese Transit Pass. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1947 July-August. Folder 10 (MSE/REE 0017-10)
        1 item, 10 x 8 cm.

      • Russian library cards. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig, 1944-1968. Folder 11 (MSE/REE 0017-11)
        3 items.
        The last card (1968) is issued to Elisabeth with her married name, while the 2 earlier cards ((1944, 1948) are issued to Koplenig. 2 of the 3 cards are for the premier institute, the Russian State Library

      • Communist party membership books. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig, 1945-1965. Folder 12 (MSE/REE 0017-12)
        4 items, each approximately 11 x 8 cm.

      • Pins and awards. Elisabeth Koplenig, n.d. Folder 13 (MSE/REE 0017-13)
        3 items.
        Folder includes a school medal awarded for "excellent performance and good behavior," a Komsomol pin, and a communist party pin.

      • Diplomas and other certificates of merit. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1948-1958. Folder 13A (MSE/REE 0017-13A)
        6 items.

      • Hospital documents. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig, 1953-1955. Folder 13B (MSE/REE 0017-13B)
        2 items.
        Documents relate to the births of two of Markstein's daughters.

      • Academic certificates and diplomas. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig, 1952-1958. Folder 14 (MSE/REE 0017-14)
        5 items. 6 pages
        Certificates from the U. of Vienna testify to proficiency in translation, Slavic philology, East European history, etc.

      • Documents. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig, 1957-1958. Folder 15 (MSE/REE 0017-15)
        2 items. 2 pages
        Copy of a diploma testifying to proficiency in Russian as well as an official medical certificate testifying to paralysis in the left arm and the resulting inability to type with both hands.

      • Poem. "To Lisa from [her] Soviet friends," n.d. Folder 16 (MSE/REE 0017-16)
        1 item. 2 pages
        Poem in 9 stanzas written in Russian and signed by 21 friends.

      • Ph.D. diploma. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1952. Folder 16A-F3 (MSE/REE 0017-16A-F3)
        2 items.

      • Curriculum vitae and resumes. Elisabeth Markstein, 1974-1990. Folder 17 (MSE/REE 0017-17)
        14 pages
        The original of the curriculum vitae is in Russian with a copy of a translation; resumes include lists of publications. Folder includes Elisabeth Markstein's business card.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein et al. with regard to Soviet visa matters, 1979. Folder 18 (MSE/REE 0017-18)
        12 items, 18 pages, with 1 envelope.
        Most of the pages are photocopies or carbon copies.

      • Letters of recommendation. Written for Elisabeth Markstein, 1980. Folder 19 (MSE/REE 0017-19)
        7 items, 8 pages.
        Folder includes letters in English written by Sidney Monas (UT-Austin) and John Bowlt (Institute of Modern Russian Culture).

      • Letters of recommendation. Written for Elisabeth Markstein, 1980. Folder 20 (MSE/REE 0017-20)
        8 items, 8 pages.
        Folder includes primarily photocopies.

      • Memorandum of appointment. U. of Texas at Austin to Elisabeth Markstein, 1975 December 15. Folder 21 (MSE/REE 0017-21)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Markstein was appointed visiting lecturer for the academic year of 1975-1976.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Vienna, 1967-1969. Folder 22 (MSE/REE 0017-22)
        2 items, 2 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Vienna, 1974-1979. Folder 23 (MSE/REE 0017-23)
        8 items, 8 pages.
        Folder includes a letter sent to the U. of Texas at Austin on behalf of Markstein.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Innsbruck, 1977-1979. Folder 24 (MSE/REE 0017-24)
        11 items, 16 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Innsbruck, 1980-1989. Folder 25 (MSE/REE 0017-25)
        10 items, 12 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Vienna, 1981-1989. Folder 26 (MSE/REE 0017-26)
        7 items, 7 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Vienna, 1990-1999. Folder 27 (MSE/REE 0017-27)
        17 items, 19 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Innsbruck, 1990-1996. Folder 28 (MSE/REE 0017-28)
        9 items, 9 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at miscellaneous universities, 1990-1999. Folder 29 (MSE/REE 0017-29)
        3 items, 3 pages.

      • Record of courses taught. Elisabeth Markstein at the U. of Vienna, 2000-2003. Folder 30 (MSE/REE 0017-30)
        6 items, 6 pages.

      • Work contract. Elisabeth Markstein for Wiener Festwochen, 2002. Folder 30A (MSE/REE 0017-30A)
        1 item.

      • Certificates and awards. Presented to Elisabeth Markstein, 1990-2000. Folder 31 (MSE/REE 0017-31)
        3 items, 4 pages.
        Folder includes the Austrian State Prize for literary translation as well as the Aurora Borealis prize for the translation of fiction.

      • Passport copy. Elisabeth Markstein, 2007. Folder 31A (MSE/REE 0017-31A)
        1 page.

      • Miscellaneous items. Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 32 (MSE/REE 0017-32)
        8 items.

      • Ex Libris design. Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 33 (MSE/REE 0017-33)
        1 item, 15 x 11 cm.

      • Certifica. Letter on behalf of Heinz Markstein from the Instituto Español de Bolivia, 1945 November 13. Folder 34 (MSE/REE 0017-34)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Heinz Markstein (1924-2008), the husband of Elisabeth Markstein, fled Europe for Bolivia with his family in March of 1929.

      • Letters. Letters written on behalf of Heinz Markstein, 1945-1958. Folder 34A (MSE/REE 0017-34A)
        6 TLsS, with 1 envelope.
        These letters certifying Heinz Markstein's employment are from places as varied as the Banco Mercantil (Bolivia) to the Austrian Broadcasting Company in Vienna.

      • Communist party membership book. Heinz Markstein, 1950s. Folder 35 (MSE/REE 0017-35)
        2 items.
        Like Elisabeth, Heinz Markstein had a long association with the communist part of Austria, all of which changed during the 1960s.

      • Address book. Heinz Markstein, n.d. Folder 36 (MSE/REE 0017-36)
        1 item.

    • Subseries 2: Immediate Family
       
      • Government documents. Johann Koplenig, 1891-1968. Folder 37 (MSE/REE 0017-37)
        4 items, on paper of various sizes.
        Folder includes baptismal certificate as well as death certificate.

      • Government documents. Johann Koplenig 1908-1962. Folder 38 (MSE/REE 0017-38)
        7 items, on paper of various sizes.
        Folder includes such documents as marriage certificate, teaching certificate, proof of citizenship, etc.

      • Receipts. Johann Koplenig, 1942. Folder 39 (MSE/REE 0017-39)
        3 items, on paper of various sizes.

      • Ration cards. Johann Koplenig, 1943-1944. Folder 40 (MSE/REE 0017-40)
        2 cards.

      • Receipts. Johann Koplenig, 1943. Folder 41 (MSE/REE 0017-41)
        2 items.

      • Foreigner's residence permit. Johann Koplenig, 1943. Folder 42 (MSE/REE 0017-42)
        1 item.
        The residence permit issued by the USSR is in several pieces.

      • Invitation to the Austrian Communist Party Congress. 1945 August 6. Folder 43 (MSE/REE 0017-43)
        1 item.
        The invitation indicates that the speaker will be the chairman of the party, Comrade Koplenig.

      • Invitation to the Staatsoper Wien. 1945 October 6. Folder 44 (MSE/REE 0017-44)
        1 item.
        The invitation was issued to Vice Chancellor Koplenig for a performance of Beethoven's Fidelio.

      • Invitation issued by the Soviet minister of foreign affairs. 1949. Folder 45 (MSE/REE 0017-45)
        1 item.

      • Austrian identity papers. Johann Koplenig, 1950. Folder 46 (MSE/REE 0017-46)
        1 item.
        Information on the identity papers written in German, French, English, and Russian.

      • Communist party identification and pass. Johann Koplenig, 1954. Folder 47 (MSE/REE 0017-47)
        2 items.
        Party ID indicates that Koplenig was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Part of Austria.

      • Membership card for a tenants' association. Johann Koplenig, 1967. Folder 48 (MSE/REE 0017-48)
        1 item.

      • Marriage certificate. Johann and Hilde Koplenig neé Oppenheim, 1968 December 17. Folder 49 (MSE/REE 0017-49)
        1 item.
        Johann Koplenig (1891-1968) and Hilde Oppenheim (1904-2002) were married on January 28, 1929; the folder contains a copy issued in 1968.

      • Passport. Johann Koplenig, 1965. Folder 50 (MSE/REE 0017-50)
        1 item.

      • Pass to the Soviet sector of Vienna. Johann Koplenig, n.d. Folder 51 (MSE/REE 0017-51)
        1 item.

      • Johann Koplenig. Vorbemerkungen, n.d. Folder 52 (MSE/REE 0017-52)
        AMs, 8 pages.
        Short manuscript may be a speech written by Johann Koplenig.

      • Obituary. Johann Koplenig, 1968 December 15. Folder 52A (MSE/REE 0017-52A)
        1 newspaper clipping.
        Obituary appeared in a Russian-language newspaper.

      • Miscellaneous photocopies. Johann Koplenig, n.d. Folder 53 (MSE/REE 0017-53)
        3 items, 4 pages.
        Folder includes a Russian-issued certificate allowing Koplenig freedom of movement, 2 copies of a 1945 group photograph that includes Koplenig, etc.

      • Birth registration. Hilde Koplenig neé Oppenheim, 1905 March 4. Folder 54 (MSE/REE 0017-54)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Hilde Koplenig was born on August 31, 1904, but this registration dates from the following year.

      • Hilde Koplenig. "Conrad Dominik Bartsch (1759-1817). Freimaurer und Journalist," 1977. Folder 55 (MSE/REE 0017-55)
        1 issue, 48 pages.
        Hilde Koplenig's article appears on pages 215 to 230 of Wiener Geschichts Blätter, vol. 32, issue 3.

      • Hilde Koplenig. "Johann Koplenig: Kriegsgefangenschaft und Revolution 1915-1920," 1978 June/July. Folder 56 (MSE/REE 0017-56)
        1 issue, 56 pages.
        Hilde Koplenig's article appears on pages 351 to 371 of Zeit Geschichte, vol. 5, issue 9/10.

      • Hilde Koplenig. "Revolution und Demokratie in Geschichte und Literatur," 1979. Folder 57 (MSE/REE 0017-57)
        1 offprint, 11 pages.
        Offprint is from Duisburger Hochschulbeiträge, vol. 12.

      • Obituary. Hilde Koplenig, 2002 April 25. Folder 58 (MSE/REE 0017-58)
        printout, 2 pages.
        Hilde Koplenig died on April 16, 2002; the obituary appeared a week later in Literaturhaus Wien.

      • Miscellaneous government documents. Hilde Koplenig, 1920-1961. Folder 59 (MSE/REE 0017-59)
        6 items, 6 pages of various sizes.

      • Miscellaneous Soviet government documents. Hilde Koplenig, 1944-1965. Folder 60 (MSE/REE 0017-60)
        2 items, 1 card plus 2 pages.

      • Hilde Koplenig. "Revendications agraires dans l'insurrection Tyrolienne de 1809: Egalitarisme paysan ou influence Buonarrotiste?" n.d. Folder 61 (MSE/REE 0017-61)
        1 offprint, 10 pages.
        Article was published on pages 205 to 214 in Babeuf et le babouvisme.

      • Contract with "Diplomaticheskii Slovar." Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 62 (MSE/REE 0017-62)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Page has been torn.

      • Birth certificate. Ernst Koplenig, 1945 June 2. Folder 63 (MSE/REE 0017-63)
        1 item, 4 pages on 1 folded sheet.
        Ernst, Elisabeth Koplenig's brother, was born in Moscow on April 22, 1941, but this certificate was issued in 1945.

      • Passport and student card. Ernst Koplenig, 1954-1961. Folder 64 (MSE/REE 0017-64)
        2 items.

      • Invitation to the student youth congress. Ernst Koplenig, 1957. Folder 65 (MSE/REE 0017-65)
        1 item.

      • Obituary. Ernst Koplenig, 1962 May 8. Folder 65A (MSE/REE 0017-65A)
        1 newspaper clipping.
        The German-language newspaper clipping, "In memoriam Ernst Koplenig," shows no date; however, the 21-year old Ernst died on May 8, 1962.

      • Membership card. Ernst Oppenheim, 1923-1931. Folder 66 (MSE/REE 0017-66)
        1 item.
        The membership card is to a club called "Die Naturfreunde"; Ernst Oppenheim was an uncle of Elisabeth Markstein.

      • Death certificate. Helene Oppenheim, 1968 November 20. Folder 67 (MSE/REE 0017-67)
        1 item, 2 pages.
        Helene Oppenheim (1875-1968), Elisabeth Markstein's maternal grandmother, died on November 17, 1968.

  • Series 2: Correspondence 
    • Subseries 1: Family Correspondence
       
      • Letter. Elisabeth Koplenig to Johann and Hilde Koplenig, 1941 May 22. Folder 68 (MSE/REE 0017-68)
        1 item, 2 pages.
        Page 2 includes a drawing.

      • Letters. Correspondence between Elisabeth Koplenig and Johann Koplenig, 1941-1942. Folder 69 (MSE/REE 0017-69)
        4 ALsS, 6 pages, 3 pages on 1 folded sheet, APCS; 7 pages of transcriptions.
        Folder include 7 transcriptions but only 5 letters/postcards.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, 1947-1948. Folder 70 (MSE/REE 0017-70)
        6 ALsS, 17 pages.
        Letter of October 14, 1947 includes several paragraphs not addressed to Hilde; last letter has "1948" in another hand written at the top.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 71 (MSE/REE 0017-71)
        2 ALsS, 2 pages and 8 pages on 2 folded sheets.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig to Johann and Hilde Koplenig, 1963-1965. Folder 72 (MSE/REE 0017-72)
        TLS, 2 pages; ALS 3 pages on 1 folded sheet.
        The 1963 letter is written on the stationery of a hotel in Prague.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein neé Koplenig to Johann and Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 73 (MSE/REE 0017-73)
        5 TLsS, 9 pages.
        Pencilled in at the top of each letter is an indication that they were sent from Prague.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Johann, Hilde, and Ernst Koplenig, 1946. Folder 74 (MSE/REE 0017-74)
        5 ALsS, 10 pages, with 2 envelopes.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Johann, Hilde, and Ernst Koplenig, 1947. Folder 75 (MSE/REE 0017-75)
        9 ALsS, 17 pages, 12 pages on 3 folded sheets.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Johann, Hilde, and Ernst Koplenig, 1948. Folder 76 (MSE/REE 0017-76)
        7 ALsS, 21 pages, 4 pages on 1 folded sheet.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Johann, Hilde, and Ernst Koplenig, n.d. Folder 77 (MSE/REE 0017-77)
        4 ALsS, 4 pages, 8 pages on 2 folded sheets.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Ernst Koplenig, ca. 1946. Folder 78 (MSE/REE 0017-78)
        3 ALsS, 5 pages; 1 telegram and enclosure.
        Folder includes a telegram from Elisabeth to Ernst and a child's letter addressed to the entire family.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Koplenig with Helene Oppenheim, ca. 1941-1944. Folder 79 (MSE/REE 0017-79)
        2 ALsS, 3 pages; 1 telegram; 1 card.
        As noted earlier, Helene Oppenheim was Elisabeth's maternal grandmother.

      • Letters. Heinz Markstein to Elisabeth Markstein, 1955-1956. Folder 80 (MSE/REE 0017-80)
        3 ALsS, 3 pages; TL; 1 page.

      • Letters. Heinz Markstein to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 81 (MSE/REE 0017-81)
        5 ALsS, 5 pages.

      • Postcard. Elisabeth Koplenig to Helene Oppenheim, n.d. Folder 82 (MSE/REE 0017-82)
        APCS.

      • Postcards. Grandchildren to Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, 1990s-2004. Folder 83 (MSE/REE 0017-83)
        7 APCsS.

      • Email correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein with granddaughter, 2001. Folder 84 (MSE/REE 0017-84)
        Printout, 1 page.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Some notes to accompany the Koplenig letters, n.d. Folder 85 (MSE/REE 0017-85)
        1 item, 3 pages.
        Two of the pages are the same, while one is a variation. One of the pages is signed by Lisa Markstein, who provides some explanation of her family's evacuation from Moscow and some information on the correspondents.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, 1941 January-July. Folder 86 (MSE/REE 0017-86)
        3 ALsS, 2 pages, 7 pages on 2 folded sheets; transcripts, 4 pages.
        The letters in this folder are accompanied by transcripts.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1941 August. Folder 87 (MSE/REE 0017-87)
        7 ALsS, 6 pages, 20 pages on 5 folded sheets; transcripts, 13 pages.
        The letters in this folder are accompanied by transcripts.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1941 September. Folder 88 (MSE/REE 0017-88)
        6 ALsS, 6 pages, 24 pages on 6 folded sheets; transcripts, 13 pages.
        The letter of September 8, 1941 of Johann to Hilde includes a separate note addressed to Lisa, and the letter of September 9 of Hilde to Johann includes Lisa's reply. The first page of the transcripton of the September 9 letter is missing.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1941 October. Folder 89 (MSE/REE 0017-89)
        6 ALsS, 2 APCsS, with transcripts.
        The letters are written in German, while the 2 postcards sent by Johann Koplenig are in Russian.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1941 November-December. Folder 90 (MSE/REE 0017-90)
        4 ALsS, 1 telegram, with transcripts.
        The letter of December 18 is written in Russian, instead of the usual German, and it is addressed by Johann to both Hilde and Lisa.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1942 January. Folder 91 (MSE/REE 0017-91)
        5 ALsS, with transcripts, APCS.
        The postcard from Johann to Hilde dated January 12 is written in Russian.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1942 February-March. Folder 92 (MSE/REE 0017-92)
        4 ALsS, with transcripts.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1942 April-May. Folder 93 (MSE/REE 0017-93)
        3 ALsS, with transcripts.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1942 June. Folder 94 (MSE/REE 0017-94)
        5 ALsS, with transcripts.
        Some of the letters extend over several dates; for example, Hilde's letter of June 10 is continued on June 15. There are also some discrepancies between the letters and the transcriptions.

      • Correspondence. Johann Koplenig with Hilde Koplenig, 1942 July-October. Folder 95 (MSE/REE 0017-95)
        4 ALsS, with transcripts.
        In Johann's letter of July 31, he includes a separate note to Lisa.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 96 (MSE/REE 0017-96)
        4 ALsS.
        A transcript accompanies only 1 of the 4 letters.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Koplenig and family to Johann Koplenig, 1941 November 12. Folder 97 (MSE/REE 0017-97)
        ALS with envelope and with transcription.
        Elisabeth writes this letter to her father in Russian.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to family, 1942 January-May. Folder 98 (MSE/REE 0017-98)
        8 ALsS, with transcriptions.
        Letter of April 20 includes a separate note at the end to Lisa.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to family, 1942 June-December. Folder 99 (MSE/REE 0017-99)
        7 ALsS, with transcriptions.
        Letters of June 6 and June 20 do not have transcriptions.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to family, 1945 May. Folder 100 (MSE/REE 0017-100)
        ALS, with transcriptions.
        Folder includes letter and transcription for May 19, 1945 as well as a transcription for a letter dated May 26; however, the original letter is missing.

      • Letters. Johann Koplenig to family, ca. 1947. Folder 101 (MSE/REE 0017-101)
        ALS with envelope, telegram form.
        The short letter is addressed to Lisa, and the telegram form indicates a brief note sent to Hilde.

      • Letter (?). Johann Koplenig to family (?), n.d. Folder 102 (MSE/REE 0017-102)
        ALS, 5 pages.
        Item lacks salutation, closing, and signature and may not be in Johann Koplenig's hand.

      • Letters. Ernst Koplenig to family, ca. 1940s-1960. Folder 103 (MSE/REE 0017-103)
        ALS, 2 pages, 2 APCsS.

      • Letters. Ernst Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, 1951-1952. Folder 104 (MSE/REE 0017-104)
        2 items, 5 pages on 2 folded sheets.
        These 2 mother's day cards are homemade.

      • Letter. Ernst Koplenig to Hilde Koplenig, 1960 September. Folder 105 (MSE/REE 0017-105)
        ALS, 2 pages, with envelope.
        Ernst sent this letter from France to his mother who was in Italy at the time.

      • Letter. Lisa and Barbara Markstein to Helene Oppenheim, 1960 July 3. Folder 106 (MSE/REE 0017-106)
        APCS.
        Barbara Markstein (1953-1998) was the daughter of Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein.

      • Letter. Barbara Markstein to Hilde and Johann Koplenig, ca. 1960. Folder 106A (MSE/REE 0017-106A)
        APCS.

      • Letters. Barbara Markstein to Hilde and Johann Koplenig, n.d. Folder 107 (MSE/REE 0017-107)
        3 ALsS, 6 pages, APCS.
        Two of the letters appear to be incomplete.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein and children to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 108 (MSE/REE 0017-108)
        APCS.
        Elisabeth's children, Barbara and Catherine, add notes to their grandmother; Catherine (b. 1955) is the second daughter of Lisa and Heinz.

      • Letter. Grandchildren to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 108A (MSE/REE 0017-108A)
        APCS.
        It appears that Miriam Markstein posted the card on behalf of the grandchildren. Miriam Markstein (1964-2000) was the third daughter of Lisa and Heinz.

      • Letter. Catherine Markstein to Hilde Koplenig, 1969 May 17. Folder 109 (MSE/REE 0017-109)
        ALS, 4 pages on 2 folded sheets.
        Catherine Markstein (b. 1955) is Elisabeth's second daughter, here writing to her grandmother.

      • Letter. Nina Bang, Copenhagen, to Helene Oppenheim, 1926 October 10. Folder 109A (MSE/REE 0017-109A)
        ALS.
        Nina Bang (1866-1928) was a Danish social democrat and historian, who served as the minister of education from 1924 to 1926.

      • Letter. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde Oppenheim, 1928 May 19. Folder 110 (MSE/REE 0017-110)
        APCS.
        Postcard was sent to Hilde when she was in Moscow and not long before she married Johann Kopelnig.

      • Letter. Verwaltungsstelle der Wiener Hochschulen to Helene Oppenheim, 1928 August 25. Folder 111 (MSE/REE 0017-111)
        TLS, 2 pages.
        Letter sent on the occasion of Professor Samuel Oppenheim's death with information on pensions due Helene and family.

      • Letters. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde Koplenig, 1940-1941. Folder 112 (MSE/REE 0017-112)
        6 ALsS, with 2 envelopes and enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a Russian address in the city of Engels in the Volga German Soviet Socialist Republic; letters were sent from the United States to the USSR.

      • Letters. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde Koplenig, 1942-1945. Folder 113 (MSE/REE 0017-113)
        9 ALsS.
        Several of the letters are written in English.

      • Letters. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde and Elisabeth Koplenig, ca. 1941-1947. Folder 114 (MSE/REE 0017-114)
        3 ALsS.
        Two of the letters are written in English; the letter of June 13, 1943 is incomplete.

      • Letters. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde Koplenig, 1946-1947. Folder 115 (MSE/REE 0017-115)
        11 ALsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Moscow, USSR, to Helene Oppenheim, Vienna, Austria, 1967 December. Folder 116 (MSE/REE 0017-116)
        APCS.

      • Letters. Helene Oppenheim to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 117 (MSE/REE 0017-117)
        3 ALsS.
        One of the letters is in English and includes an encyclopedia article on Samuel Oppenheim, Helene's husband and a professor of astronomy who died in 1928.

      • Letters. Max Lobl to Hilde Koplenig, 1921-1923. Folder 118 (MSE/REE 0017-118)
        2 ALsS.
        Max Lobl was an uncle of Hilde's, and the letters are written in English. Folder includes a letter of Lobl's to the "Committee for Free Czechoslovakia in Free Europe."

      • Letter. Ernst Fischer to Hilde Koplenig, 1941 August 11. Folder 119 (MSE/REE 0017-119)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Ernst Fischer to Johann Koplenig, 1942. Folder 120 (MSE/REE 0017-120)
        ALS.
        Folder includes a letter in Russian from Fischer to a Comrade Baranov dated May 8, 1942.

      • Letter. Fernando (?) to Johann Koplenig, 1942 August 1. Folder 121 (MSE/REE 0017-121)
        ALS.
        The letter from the city of Ufa in Bashkortostan is written in French.

      • Letter. Bruno Margadant to Hilde Koplenig, 1945 August 17. Folder 122 (MSE/REE 0017-122)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Ada Elias to Hilde Koplenig, 1945 October 5. Folder 123 (MSE/REE 0017-123)
        ALS.
        Ada Elias was a pediatrician who helped care for Lisa and who emigrated to New York.

      • Letters. Hilda Seligman to Hilde Koplenig, 1945-1946. Folder 124 (MSE/REE 0017-124)
        ALS.
        Letters are written in French and German; the letter of February 9,1946 has another note to Hilde at the end written by Otto.

      • Letter. Melitta Kolbertova to Hilde Koplenig, 1946 November 9. Folder 125 (MSE/REE 0017-125)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Therese (?) to Hilde Koplenig, 1946-1947. Folder 126 (MSE/REE 0017-126)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Letter. Hilde and Peter (?) to Hilde Koplenig, 1947 August 22. Folder 127 (MSE/REE 0017-127)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Berti (?) to Hilde Koplenig, 1955 August 18. Folder 128 (MSE/REE 0017-128)
        ALS.
        A note pencilled in at the top of the page indicates that Berti was Elisabeth Koplenig's foster mother.

      • Letter. Lene Robitscher to Hilde Koplenig, 1960 April 8. Folder 129 (MSE/REE 0017-129)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Laure Schimkova to Hilde Koplenig, n.d. Folder 130 (MSE/REE 0017-130)
        TLS.

      • Miscellaneous correspondence. Hilde Koplenig with various unidentified correspondents, n.d. Folder 130A (MSE/REE 0017-130A)
        10 ALsS, 3 TLs, 3 TLsS, with 2 envelopes.

      • Miscellaneous items. "Mr. Dimitrow" et al., 1944-1946. Folder 130B (MSE/REE 0017-130B)
        ALS, AN, PC.
        The letter and note are clearly dated; however, the postcard is undated. The postcard, depicting the City Hall building of Stockholm, Sweden, is inscribed: "This is Hilde's favorite building."

    • Subseries 2: Correspondence with the Mirov family 
      Between 1967 and the beginning of 1974, the letters from Nadezhda Mirova to Markstein sometimes contained information about Solzhenitsyn. The date written with the month in Roman numrals provided a signal to Markstein that a coded message was to follow.

      • Envelope. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Koplenig, ca. 1940s. Folder 131 (MSE/REE 0017-131)
        1 item.

      • Letters, telegram. Elisabeth Koplenig, Zakharino (USSR), to Nadezhda Mirova, Ufa (USSR), 1942. Folder 131A (MSE/REE 0017-131A)
        5 ALsS, 1 telegram.
        Both the Mirov and Koplenig famililies had been evacuated from Moscow during the war.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Koplenig, Vienna, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, 1946 October 23. Folder 131B (MSE/REE 0017-131B)
        ALS, with envelope.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig, Vienna, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, 1947. Folder 131C (MSE/REE 0017-131C)
        4 ALsS, with 4 envelopes.
        The letter of February 23 includes a photograph of Lisa Koplenig.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Koplenig to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, 1948 January-September. Folder 131D (MSE/REE 0017-131D)
        6 ALsS, with 2 envelopes.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein née Koplenig to the Mirovs, 1953-1955. Folder 132 (MSE/REE 0017-132)
        9 ALsS, with 4 envelopes.
        Folder includes a photograph of Elisabeth's daughter, which was in the letter for August 22, 1955.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein née Koplenig to the Mirovs, 1956. Folder 133 (MSE/REE 0017-133)
        4 ALsS, with 3 envelopes.
        Date for the second letter (February 2, 1956) was pencilled in later.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, 1957 January 13. Folder 134 (MSE/REE 0017-134)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1957-1959. Folder 135 (MSE/REE 0017-135)
        8 ALsS, with 4 envelopes; 1 APCS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1960-1961. Folder 136 (MSE/REE 0017-136)
        2 ALsS, 4 TLsS.
        One of the letters is an "aerogramm."

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1962-1965. Folder 137 (MSE/REE 0017-137)
        3 ALsS, 3 TLsS.
        One of the letters is a "radiogramm." Several of the letters were written by Lazar Lazarev.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1962-1963. Folder 138 (MSE/REE 0017-138)
        4 ALsS, 11 TLsS.
        The letter of January 23, 1962 has a note to the Mirovs added by Heinz Markstein. One of the letters is undated.

      • Letters. Edeia Iakovlevna Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1962-1966. Folder 139 (MSE/REE 0017-139)
        2 ALsS, APCS.
        Edeia Mirova was Nadezhda's elder sister.

      • Letters. Mira Efimovna Mirova-Skepner to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1960s. Folder 140 (MSE/REE 0017-140)
        ALS, TLS.
        Mira Mirova-Skepner was Nadezhda's mother.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein the Mirovs, 1964-1965. Folder 141 (MSE/REE 0017-141)
        2 ALsS, with envelope, 6 TLsS, 2 APCsS.
        The letter begun on October 31, 1965 is picked up and continued on November 12.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1966 November 14. Folder 142 (MSE/REE 0017-142)
        ALS, with envelope.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1966. Folder 143 (MSE/REE 0017-143)
        8 TLsS, 2 APCsS.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1967. Folder 144 (MSE/REE 0017-144)
        4 TLsS, 6 ALsS.
        Some of the letters are written by Lazar Lazarev; however, most are by Nadezhda Mirova.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1967. Folder 145 (MSE/REE 0017-145)
        3 TLsS, APCsS.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1968. Folder 146 (MSE/REE 0017-146)
        4 ALsS, with envelope, APCS.
        One letter was written by Lazar Lazarev, but most are from Nadezhda Mirova.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1969. Folder 147 (MSE/REE 0017-147)
        2 ALsS, TLS, 2 APCsS.
        The letters are from Lazar Lazarev and Nadezhda Mirova.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1969. Folder 148 (MSE/REE 0017-148)
        2 APCsS.
        Besides Lisa, Lisa's daugher Barbara or Babsi, signs the postcard dated April 12, 1969.

      • Letters. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1970. Folder 149 (MSE/REE 0017-149)
        3 ALsS, APCS.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1970 June 21. Folder 150 (MSE/REE 0017-150)
        ALS, with envelope and enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a note from Solzhenitsyn.

      • Letters. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1971. Folder 151 (MSE/REE 0017-151)
        5 ALsS, with envelope and enclosures, 3 APCsS.
        Enclosures consist of 3 photographs with the letter of August 27, 1971.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1970-1971. Folder 152 (MSE/REE 0017-152)
        TLS, 4 APCsS.

      • Letters. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1972. Folder 153 (MSE/REE 0017-153)
        ALS, with envelope, 5 APCsS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1972. Folder 154 (MSE/REE 0017-154)
        4 TLsS, with 2 envelopes, 2 APCsS.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1973. Folder 155 (MSE/REE 0017-155)
        2 TLsS, 2 ALsS, 3 APCsS.
        Folder includes letters sent by Nadezhda Mirova and her daughter Irina.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1973. Folder 156 (MSE/REE 0017-156)
        15 TLsS, 7 APCsS.
        2 of the letters are carbon copies, and the folder includes both the original and the carbon copy of the letter dated April 8, 1973.

      • Letters. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1974. Folder 157 (MSE/REE 0017-157)
        2 ALsS, 2 APCsS.
        Althought they are not dated, the postcards are clearly postmarked.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1974. Folder 158 (MSE/REE 0017-158)
        8 TLsS.
        Some letters are carbon copies.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1975-1976. Folder 159 (MSE/REE 0017-159)
        ALS, with envelope, 4 TLsS, 3 APCsS, 1 greeting card.
        Folder includes letters from Nadezhda Mirova as well as her daughters, Ira and Katia.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1975 January-September. Folder 160 (MSE/REE 0017-160)
        14 TLsS, with 2 envelopes, 2 APCsS.
        Some letters are carbon copies.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1975 October-December. Folder 161 (MSE/REE 0017-161)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 3 TLs, 3 APCsS.
        ALS is an aerogram; among the typed letters, 3 are carbon copies and 2 are originals.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1976. Folder 162 (MSE/REE 0017-162)
        ALS, 4 TLsS, with 3 envelopes, 2 TLs, 7 APCsS.
        The letters of August 22 and October 26 (1976) are carbon copies.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, 1977 November 8. Folder 163 (MSE/REE 0017-163)
        ALS, with envelope.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1977. Folder 164 (MSE/REE 0017-164)
        8 TLsS, 4 APCsS.
        Folder includes carbon copies for all of the typed letters.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1978. Folder 165 (MSE/REE 0017-165)
        3 TLsS, with envelope, 8 APCsS.
        Folder includes carbon copies for all of the typed letters.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1979. Folder 166 (MSE/REE 0017-166)
        3 TLs, with envelopes, APCS.
        Folder includes letters from Nadezhda Mirova and her daughter Irina.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1979. Folder 167 (MSE/REE 0017-167)
        4 TLsS, APCS.
        Folder includes carbon copies for all of the typed letters.

      • Card, postcards. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, ca. 1970-1980. Folder 167A (MSE/REE 0017-167A)
        1 card, 2 APCsS, with 1 envelope.
        Envelope is addressed to Lazar as well as Nadezhda.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1980-1982. Folder 168 (MSE/REE 0017-168)
        3 TLsS, 2 ALsS, with envelope, APCS.
        The postcard is directed to Barbara, Elisabeth's daughter; folder includes letters from Nadezhda Mirova and her daughters Irina and Katia.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1980 January. Folder 169 (MSE/REE 0017-169)
        ALS, with enclosure.
        The enclosure is a photograph of a portrait of Lev Kopelev by Boris Birger.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, ca. 1980. Folder 170 (MSE/REE 0017-170)
        6 TLsS, 3 APCsS.
        Folder includes carbon copies with 2 of the typed letters.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1981. Folder 171 (MSE/REE 0017-171)
        2 TLsS, ALS, 3 APCsS.
        Folder includes carbon copies with the 2 typed letters.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1982. Folder 172 (MSE/REE 0017-172)
        3 TLsS.
        Folder includes carbon copies with 2 of the typed letters.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1983-1985. Folder 173 (MSE/REE 0017-173)
        5 TLsS, ALS, 2 APCsS.
        Folder includes Letters from Nadezhda Mirova and her daughters Irina and Katia.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1983. Folder 174 (MSE/REE 0017-174)
        4 TLsS, ALS, APCS.
        2 of the typed letters have carbon copies.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1984-1985. Folder 175 (MSE/REE 0017-175)
        2 TLsS, 3 APCsS.
        2 of the typed letters have carbon copies.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1986. Folder 176 (MSE/REE 0017-176)
        5 TLsS, with envelope, 2 APCsS.
        2 of the original typed letters have carbon copies, and 1 of the carbon copies with 1986 pencilled in at the top is not accompanied by the original .

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1987. Folder 177 (MSE/REE 0017-177)
        3 TLsS, 7 APCsS.
        Folder includes originals and carbon copies.

      • Letters. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 1986-1995. Folder 178 (MSE/REE 0017-178)
        4 TLsS, 2 ALsS, APCS, telegram.
        Folder includes letters from Nadezhda Mirova, Lazar Lazarev, and their daughters Irina and Katia.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, 1988-2007. Folder 179 (MSE/REE 0017-179)
        3 TLsS, with 2 envelopes, 4 APCsS.
        The letter dated March 21, 1988 has a carbon copy.

      • Letter. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1990s. Folder 180 (MSE/REE 0017-180)
        ALS.

      • Cards. Catherine Markstein-Rakovsky, Brussels, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, ca. 1990s. Folder 180A (MSE/REE 0017-180A)
        2 cards, with envelope and 5 photographs.
        Catherine Markstein-Rakovsky (b. 1955) is the daughter of Elisabeth Markstein, and the photos show herself, her husband Claude, and her two children, Daniel and Simon.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein with Nikita Schklovsky-Kordi and Katia, 1991-2000 Folder 181 (MSE/REE 0017-181)
        ALS, TLS, TL, email printout.
        Katia was married to Nikita Schklovky-Kordi.

      • Invitation. Catherine Markstein-Rakovsky to Nadezhda and Lazar Mirov, 2003 May 17. Folder 181A (MSE/REE 0017-181A)
        Bat Mitzvah invitation, with 8-page genealogy, with envelope.
        Folder includes 3 photographs.

      • Emails. The Mirovs to Elisabeth Markstein, 2004-2006. Folder 182 (MSE/REE 0017-182)
        3 email printouts.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, 2006? Folder 182A (MSE/REE 0017-182A)
        ALS, with envelope.
        Folder includes a photo of one of E. Markstein's grandchildren.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Nadezhda Mirova, Moscow, 2007. Folder 182B (MSE/REE 0017-182B)
        Computer printout, 18 pages, with envelope.
        Printout consists of 5 sections of Markstein's book Moskau ist viel schöner als Paris.

      • Postcard. Nadezhda Mirova to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 183 (MSE/REE 0017-183)
        APCS.

      • Letters. Katia Shklovskaia-Kordi to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 184 (MSE/REE 0017-184)
        6 TLsS, APCS, 2 greeting cards.
        The greeting cards are a birthday card and a new year's greeting.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, n.d. Folder 185 (MSE/REE 0017-185)
        TLS, 2 AlsS, 2 APCsS, with enclosure.
        The enclosure consists of a newspaper article entitled: "Nicht vom Brot allein" written by Elisabeth Markstein.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein to the Mirovs, n.d. Folder 186 (MSE/REE 0017-186)
        2 TLs.
        The typed letters are carbon copies.

      • Letters. Sergei Mirov to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 187 (MSE/REE 0017-187)
        2 ALsS, greeting card.
        The greeting card was sent on the occasion of International Women's Day on March 8.

      • Miscellaneous envelopes, n.d. Folder 187A (MSE/REE 0017-187A)
        8 envelopes.
        Most of the envelopes are from letters written from Markstein to Nadezhda Mirova.

    • Subseries 3: General Correspondence
       
      • Letters. Heinz and Margaret Aeschbach, Austin, TX, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1998. Folder 188 (MSE/REE 0017-188)
        2 ALsS, 2 cards.

      • Letter. Szilagyi Akos, Budapest, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 December 28. Folder 189 (MSE/REE 0017-189)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Boris Akselrod, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 September 29. Folder 190 (MSE/REE 0017-190)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Vasilii Aksenov with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1984. Folder 191 (MSE/REE 0017-191)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLs.
        Vasilii Aksenov (1932-2009) was a well known Russian novelist who emigrated to the US in 1980.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Tamara Aleksandrovna, 1992 November 13. Folder 192 (MSE/REE 0017-192)
        Printout.
        The surname or familia of Tamara Aleksandrovna is not known.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Dr. Altenhein, Darmstadt, 1980 April 13. Folder 193 (MSE/REE 0017-193)
        TL.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Dr. Margret Ammann, Heidelberg, 1994. Folder 194 (MSE/REE 0017-194)
        2 printouts.
        There are 2 copies of the letter of June 7, 1994.

      • Correspondence. Solomon Apt, Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-2001. Folder 195 (MSE/REE 0017-195)
        7 ALsS, 4 TLs, APCS.
        Solomon Konstantinovich Apt (1921-2010) was a Russian translator and philologist.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to the editorial office of the Arbeiter Zeitung, Vienna, 1973 December 20. Folder 196 (MSE/REE 0017-196)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Hubert Arbogast, Stuttgart, 1983 October 31. Folder 197 (MSE/REE 0017-197)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, with Fritz Arnold, Munich, 1967-1978. Folder 198 (MSE/REE 0017-198)
        3 TLs (carbon copies), TLS.

      • Letter. Svetlana and Aleksandr Askoldov, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 February 8. Folder 199 (MSE/REE 0017-199)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Wolfgang Astelbauer, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 November 13. Folder 200 (MSE/REE 0017-200)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Alexander Auer, Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 201 (MSE/REE 0017-201)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Austrian Communist Party, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 March 29. Folder 202 (MSE/REE 0017-202)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Peter Bachmaier, Graz, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 July 24. Folder 203 (MSE/REE 0017-203)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. H. Baier, Geneva, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975-1976. Folder 204 (MSE/REE 0017-204)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Correspondence has to do with Markstein working as an interpreter at the International Labour Conference in Geneva.

      • Correspondence. Renate Baierle with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1990. Folder 205 (MSE/REE 0017-205)
        3 TLsS, 3 ALsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Dmitrii Bak to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993. Folder 206 (MSE/REE 0017-206)
        ALS, APCS.

      • Letters. Arkadii Bartov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1993. Folder 207 (MSE/REE 0017-207)
        7 ALsS, APCS.
        Arkadii Anatolevich Bartov (1940-2010) was a Russian writer, dramatist, and essayist.

      • Letters. Arkadii Bartov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994-1995. Folder 208 (MSE/REE 0017-208)
        7 ALsS, 3 TLsS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a letter from Kunsthaus Muerz to Bartov.

      • Letters. Arkadii Bartov, St. Petersburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-1999. Folder 209 (MSE/REE 0017-209)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Arkadii Bartov, St. Petersburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002-2006. Folder 210 (MSE/REE 0017-210)
        ALS, APCS, 4 TLsS, 2 email printouts, with 3 enclosures.
        Enclosures consist of an email exchange between Markstein and Anatolii Batalov.

      • Letter. Arkadii Bartov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 211 (MSE/REE 0017-211)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Irina Baskina, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1979. Folder 212 (MSE/REE 0017-212)
        Card, TL (carbon copy).
        Irina Baskina's letter is written in a new year greeting card.

      • Letters. Irina Baskina to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982-1995. Folder 213 (MSE/REE 0017-213)
        8 ALsS.
        Baskina's letters are often written inside new year greeting cards.

      • Letter. Aurelia Batlogg to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003 October 11. Folder 214 (MSE/REE 0017-214)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Günther Bauer, Salzburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995 November 21. Folder 215 (MSE/REE 0017-215)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Viktoria Vasilyeva Begun, Perm, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 September 14. Folder 215A (MSE/REE 0017-215A)
        Email printout (3 pages).

      • Letter. Willi Beitz, Leipzig, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 October 17. Folder 216 (MSE/REE 0017-216)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Belinkova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1977. Folder 217 (MSE/REE 0017-217)
        2 ALsS, 5 TLsS, 6 TLs (carbon copies).
        Natalia Belinkova was the wife of the Russian writer and literary critic, Arkadii Viktorovich Belinkov (1921-1970), who defected from the USSR in 1968.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Belinkova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982-1986. Folder 218 (MSE/REE 0017-218)
        4 ALsS, 3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Belinkova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 219 (MSE/REE 0017-219)
        2 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        The ALsS (written by Belinkova) are located inside Christmas cards.

      • Letters. Mark Belorusets to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 2000. Folder 220 (MSE/REE 0017-220)
        2 ALsS, APCS.
        Mark Abramovich Belorusets (b. 1943) is a translator of German literature into Russian.

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Bensch, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980 December. Folder 221 (MSE/REE 0017-221)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Frank Benseler, Neuwied am Rhein, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968, August-September. Folder 222 (MSE/REE 0017-222)
        TLS, TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sheila Bentley, Fife (Scotland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1978. Folder 223 (MSE/REE 0017-223)
        4 ALsS, TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Sheila Bentley, whom Markstein met at the U. of Texas (Austin), became a friend of the family. One of the letters is directed to Elisabeth Markstein's daughter, Barbara (Babsi).

      • Correspondence. Sheila Bentley, St. Andrews (Scotland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1989. Folder 224 (MSE/REE 0017-224)
        8 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Many of the ALsS are written inside of Christmas cards.

      • Letters. Sheila Bentley, St. Andrews (Scotland), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-1999. Folder 225 (MSE/REE 0017-225)
        8 ALsS, 2 TLs, APCS.
        The Christmas card for 1999 contains a typed letter updating Markstein on family news.

      • Letters. Sheila and Bernard Bentley, St. Andrews (Scotland), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001-2005. Folder 226 (MSE/REE 0017-226)
        2 ALsS, TLS, APCS.
        The Christmas letter for 2004 is written and signed by Sheila's husband, Bernard.

      • Correspondence. Sheila Bentley to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 227 (MSE/REE 0017-227)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Eva Berié, Frankfurt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996 February 8. Folder 228 (MSE/REE 0017-228)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Dieter Beyrau, Bremen, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1984. Folder 229 (MSE/REE 0017-229)
        4 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), 2 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Billstein, Köln, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993-1994. Folder 230 (MSE/REE 0017-230)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Eva Binder to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 May 14. Folder 231 (MSE/REE 0017-231)
        Email printout.

      • Letters. Boris Birger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1971-1972. Folder 232 (MSE/REE 0017-232)
        4 ALsS, TLS, with envelope.
        Boris Birger (1923-2001) was a Russian artist. The TLS is a new years greeting card.

      • Letter. Klaus Birkenhauer to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 January 16. Folder 233 (MSE/REE 0017-233)
        TL.
        Klaus Birkenhauer was a German author, translator, and literary scholar.

      • Letters. Vera Bischitzky, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 November. Folder 234 (MSE/REE 0017-234)
        2 email printouts.
        Vera Bischitzky (b. 1950) is a German translator of Russian literature.

      • Correspondence. Gerald Bisinger, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 October. Folder 235 (MSE/REE 0017-235)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Patricia Blake, New York, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975-1977. Folder 236 (MSE/REE 0017-236)
        2 TLsS, APCS.
        Patricia Blake (1925-2010) was a journalist and author who specialized in Soviet-era Russian literature. See also the correspondence section in series 3 on Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 237 (MSE/REE 0017-237)
        TLS, ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to BM für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Vienna, 1979 June 9. Folder 238 (MSE/REE 0017-238)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Eberhard Böckel, Hamburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982-1984. Folder 239 (MSE/REE 0017-239)
        TLS, TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Wolrad Bode, Frankurt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1991. Folder 240 (MSE/REE 0017-240)
        TLsS, TLs.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to V. Bolgarskii, 1972 October 23. Folder 241 (MSE/REE 0017-241)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Annemarie Böll with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977-1993. Folder 242 (MSE/REE 0017-242)
        ALS, 9 TLs (carbon copies).
        Annemarie Böll (1910-2004), the wife of the writer and Nobel laureate Heinrich Böll, was well known for her translations from English to German.

      • Correspondence. Annemarie Böll with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 243 (MSE/REE 0017-243)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968. Folder 244 (MSE/REE 0017-244)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 4 TLs, 1 telegram.
        Heinrich Böll (1917-1985), who won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1972, is one of Germany's foremost post-World War II writers. The Böll letters in this collection are photocopies; Markstein returned the originals to the Böll family.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 245 (MSE/REE 0017-245)
        5 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 246 (MSE/REE 0017-246)
        3 TLsS, 7 TLs (carbon copies), ALS.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 247 (MSE/REE 0017-247)
        5 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 248 (MSE/REE 0017-248)
        2 TLsS, 10 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 249 (MSE/REE 0017-249)
        2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), ALS.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 250 (MSE/REE 0017-250)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975-1976. Folder 251 (MSE/REE 0017-251)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 252 (MSE/REE 0017-252)
        5 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1980. Folder 253 (MSE/REE 0017-253)
        3 TLsS, TL (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Böll, Köln-Müngersdorf, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981-1985. Folder 254 (MSE/REE 0017-254)
        ALS, 3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. René Böll to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-2006. Folder 255 (MSE/REE 0017-255)
        2 TLsS, 2 email printouts, with enclosure.
        René Böll (b. 1948) is a German visual artist and the third son of Heinrich Böll. He is also the executor of Heinrich Böll's will and one of the founders of the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

      • Correspondence. Viktor Böll with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003. Folder 256 (MSE/REE 0017-256)
        4 email printouts.
        Viktor Böll (1948-2009) was the nephew of Heinrich Böll and the director of the Heinrich Böll archive.

      • Correspondence. Anatole Bond with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1981. Folder 257 (MSE/REE 0017-257)
        4 TLsS, 3 ALsS, 3 TLs.
        Some of Bond's letters are addressed to "Anna Peturnig," which is the pseudonym Markstein used when translating the Gulag Archipelago .

      • Correspondence. Kay Borowsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1993. Folder 258 (MSE/REE 0017-258)
        2 TLsS, 2 ALsS, 3 TLs.
        Kay Borowsky (b. 1943) is a German writer and translator.

      • Letters. Alla Botnikova, Voronezh, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1993. Folder 259 (MSE/REE 0017-259)
        3 ALsS, 3 APCsS.
        Alla Borisovna Botnikova (b. 1924) is a Russian professor and literary specialist.

      • Letters. Alla Botnikova, Voronezh, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994-1999. Folder 260 (MSE/REE 0017-260)
        5 ALsS, TLS, 2 APCsS.

      • Letters. Alla Botnikova, Voronezh, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2000-2003. Folder 261 (MSE/REE 0017-261)
        2 ALsS, TLS, APCS.

      • Letters. Alla Botnikova, Voronezh, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 262 (MSE/REE 0017-262)
        3 ALsS, 3 APCsS.
        The ALsS are in the form of new year's greeting cards.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Ruth Bowert, Neuwied am Rhein, 1968 February 5. Folder 263 (MSE/REE 0017-263)
        TL.

      • Correspondence. John Bowlt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976. Folder 264 (MSE/REE 0017-264)
        6 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).
        John Ellis Bowlt (b. 1943) is an art historian, author, and editor.

      • Letters. John Bowlt to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977-1978. Folder 265 (MSE/REE 0017-265)
        7 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. John Bowlt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979. Folder 266 (MSE/REE 0017-266)
        6 ALsS, TLS, TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        The enclosures consist of articles explaining the new Institute of Modern Russian Culture.

      • Letters. John Bowlt to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 267 (MSE/REE 0017-267)
        5 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. John Bowlt to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981-1984. Folder 268 (MSE/REE 0017-268)
        3 ALsS.

      • Letters. Ursula Brackmann, Stuttgart, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988. Folder 269 (MSE/REE 0017-269)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Heinz Brakemeier, 1969 October 3. Folder 270 (MSE/REE 0017-270)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • This folder is not in use  Folder 271 (MSE/REE 0017-271)


      • Letters. Tania Bratescu to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968-1997. Folder 272 (MSE/REE 0017-272)
        6 ALsS, APCS.
        Tatiana Bratescu (1928-2011) was the daughter of Marcel and Ana Pauker.

      • Letters. Tania and G. Bratescu to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-2003. Folder 273 (MSE/REE 0017-273)
        ALS, 2 APCsS.
        Tatiana was married to G. Bratescu, who was a doctor and a student of the history of medicine.

      • Postcards. Tania Bratescu to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 274 (MSE/REE 0017-274)
        2 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Zinaida Breschinsky with Elisabeth Markstein, 1971-1983. Folder 275 (MSE/REE 0017-275)
        ALS, 5 TLsS, TL (carbon copy), with enclosure.
        TL is Markstein's letter of recommendation; enclosure is the curriculum vitae of Breschinsky, who is a faculty member at Purdue.

      • Correspondence. Joseph Brodsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1974. Folder 276 (MSE/REE 0017-276)
        ALS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Joseph Brodsky (1940-1996) was a Russian and American poet and essayist. In 1987 he won the Nobel Prize in literature.

      • Correspondence. Wanda Bronska-Pampuch, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968. Folder 277 (MSE/REE 0017-277)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Wanda Bronska-Pampuch (1911-1972) was a Polish and German author and actress.

      • Letter. Peter Brühn, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, March 5, 1978. Folder 278 (MSE/REE 0017-278)
        TLS.
        Peter Brühn (1926-2009) was a German librarian and bibliographer, who specialized in the Soviet Union.

      • Correspondence. Christoph Buchwald, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1986. Folder 279 (MSE/REE 0017-279)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs.
        Christoph Buchwald ((b. 1951) is a German editor and publisher.

      • Correspondence. Bundesministerium für Inneres, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-1991. Folder 280 (MSE/REE 0017-280)
        3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Ulrike Buergel-Goodwin, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982. Folder 281 (MSE/REE 0017-281)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Letter. E. Bukrinskii to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 282 (MSE/REE 0017-282)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Igor Burikhin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981-1985. Folder 283 (MSE/REE 0017-283)
        2 ALsS.
        Igor Nikolaevich Burikhin (b. 1943) is a Russian poet.

      • Letter. Ahmet Cemal, Istanbul, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979 August 29. Folder 284 (MSE/REE 0017-284)
        TLS.
        Ahmet Cemal (b. 1942) is a Turkish writer and translator.

      • Correspondence. Jean-Marie Chauvier, Brussels, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1971. Folder 285 (MSE/REE 0017-285)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs.
        Jean-Marie Chauvier (b. 1941) is a Belgian journalist who specialized in Russia and the USSR.

      • Letter. Angela di Ciriaco-Sussdorff, Cologne, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 March 10. Folder 286 (MSE/REE 0017-286)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Birgit Coconcelli, Tübingen, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 March 18. Folder 287 (MSE/REE 0017-287)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. R. G. Collins, Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 288 (MSE/REE 0017-288)
        4 TLsS, 3 TLs, with enclosure.
        R. G. Collins was a faculty member at the U. of Manitoba and an editor for the journal Mosaic; the enclosure is an abstract for an article Markstein wrote for the journal.

      • Correspondence. R. G. Collins, Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 289 (MSE/REE 0017-289)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs, with enclosure.
        The enclosure is a letter from Ungar Publishing wirh regard to a Markstein article published in Mosaic.

      • Correspondence. R. G. Collins, Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 290 (MSE/REE 0017-290)
        3 TLsS, 4 TLs.

      • Correspondence. R. G. Collins, Winnipeg, Manitoba, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 291 (MSE/REE 0017-291)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Barbara Coudenhove-Kalergi to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 292 (MSE/REE 0017-292)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Margrit Crispa to Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, Vienna, 1999 January 3. Folder 293 (MSE/REE 0017-293)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Jacqueline Csuss with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006. Folder 294 (MSE/REE 0017-294)
        Email printouts.
        Jacqueline Csuss is an Austrian translator.

      • Letter. Thomas C. Cubasch to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995 May 16. Folder 295 (MSE/REE 0017-295)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. GianErnesto Dall'Aglio, Naples, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1963-1991. Folder 295A (MSE/REE 0017-295A)
        TLS, 5 ALsS, TL (carbon copy), with envelope.
        GianErnesto Dall'Aglio is an Italian scholar and Slavicist.

      • Correspondence. Helmut Dahmer, Frankfurt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989. Folder 296 (MSE/REE 0017-296)
        5 TLsS, 3 TLs.
        Helmut Dahmer (b. 1937) is a German sociologist and freelance writer.

      • Letters. Helmut Dahmer to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991. Folder 297 (MSE/REE 0017-297)
        3 TLsS, 3.

      • Letter. Helmut Dahmer, Darmstadt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 298 (MSE/REE 0017-298)
        TLS.

      • Letters. Sergei Dediulin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986. Folder 299 (MSE/REE 0017-299)
        TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Ivan Denes, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1986. Folder 300 (MSE/REE 0017-300)
        TLS, TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Lily Denis, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1980. Folder 300A (MSE/REE 0017-300A)
        3 ALsS, TLS, TL (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Maria Deppermann, Innsbruck, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 April 6. Folder 301 (MSE/REE 0017-301)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Daniel Desmond et al., Washington, D.C., with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978 May. Folder 302 (MSE/REE 0017-302)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Postcard. Gitta Deutsch, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 May 18. Folder 303 (MSE/REE 0017-303)
        APCS.

      • Correspondence. Anne Diesel, Stanford, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986. Folder 304 (MSE/REE 0017-304)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Dmitri Dobrodeev to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989. Folder 305 (MSE/REE 0017-305)
        4 ALsS, 2 TLsS.
        Dmitri Borisovich Dobrodeev (b. 1950) is a Russian author.

      • Correspondence. Dmitri Dobrodeev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991. Folder 306 (MSE/REE 0017-306)
        2 ALsS, TLS, with enclosure.
        The enclosure is a letter addressed by Markstein to the editor, Johann Tammen.

      • Correspondence. Dmitri Dobrodeev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994. Folder 307 (MSE/REE 0017-307)
        4 TLsS, ALS, with enclosure.

      • Letters. Dmitri Dobrodeev to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-1998. Folder 308 (MSE/REE 0017-308)
        2 ALsS, TLS.

      • Correspondence. Dmitri Dobrodeev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 309 (MSE/REE 0017-309)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLs, 4 APCsS, with enclosures.
        The enclosures consist of an agreement between Dobrodeev and his literary agent as well as a publisher's letter in reference to Dobrodeev.

      • Correspondence. Ursula Doleschal with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004. Folder 310 (MSE/REE 0017-310)
        2 email printouts.

      • Letter. Gerry A. Domanig, Zurich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 March 25. Folder 311 (MSE/REE 0017-311)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Georg Dox with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004. Folder 312 (MSE/REE 0017-312)
        2 email printouts.

      • Letter. L. Druskina to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 313 (MSE/REE 0017-313)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Yuri Druzhnikov, Davis, CA, with Elisabeth Markstein, 1988-1990. Folder 314 (MSE/REE 0017-314)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, TL.
        Yuri Ilyich Druzhnikov (1933-2008) was primarily a Russian author and professor.

      • Letter. Claude Durand, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, Austin, TX, 1976 Feb. 23. Folder 315 (MSE/REE 0017-315)
        TLS.
        Claude Durand (b. 1938) is a French publisher and translator.

      • Letter. Ellinor Düsterhöft, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991-1993. Folder 316 (MSE/REE 0017-316)
        4 TLsS, 2 cards.
        Ellinor Düsterhöft is a German publisher and translator; the cards are Christmas and new year's greetings.

      • Correspondence. Wolfgang Eichwede, Bremen, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1984. Folder 317 (MSE/REE 0017-317)
        4 TLsS, APCS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Wolfgang Eichwede (b. 1942) is a German historian and the founding director of the Research Center for Eastern Europe at the U. of Bremen.

      • Correspondence. Johannes Eidlitz, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 318 (MSE/REE 0017-318)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Karl Eimermacher, Bochum (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1980. Folder 319 (MSE/REE 0017-319)
        2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), TL (photocopy), with enclosure.
        Karl Eimermacher (b. 1938) is a professor of Slavic studies; enclosure is a letter (TLS) from Eimermacher to Professor Gerhard Birkfellner.

      • Letters. Giulio Einaudi Editore, Turin (Italy), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1981. Folder 319A (MSE/REE 0017-319A)
        3 TLsS.
        Einaudi is an Italian publishing house.

      • Correspondence. Cyrille Eltchaninoff, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 320 (MSE/REE 0017-320)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Berndt Ender, 1973 March 10. Folder 321 (MSE/REE 0017-321)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Christine Engel, Innsbruck, Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981-2001. Folder 322 (MSE/REE 0017-322)
        2 ALsS, TLS, 8 TLs (carbon copies), email printout.
        Christine Engel (b. 1946) is a professor of Slavic studies and comparative literature.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Hans Enzensberger, Munich, 1985 March 1. Folder 323 (MSE/REE 0017-323)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Hans Magnus Enzensberger (b. 1946) is a German author, poet, translator, and editor.

      • Letter. Peter Eppel, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 August 24. Folder 324 (MSE/REE 0017-324)
        TLS.

      • Letters. Claudia Erdheim to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999-2002. Folder 325 (MSE/REE 0017-325)
        7 emaila printouts.
        Claudia Erdheim (b. 1945) is an Austrian writer.

      • Correspondence. Ivan Esaulov, Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1993. Folder 326 (MSE/REE 0017-326)
        3 TLsS, TL, with envelope and enclosure.
        Ivan Andreevich Esaulov (b. 1960) is a Russian philologist; enclosure is an abstract from an international conference.

      • Letters. Efim Etkind to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1967-1970. Folder 327 (MSE/REE 0017-327)
        7 ALsS (1 with envelope), TLS, TL.
        Efim Grigorevich Etkind (1918-1999) was a Russian philologist, translation theorist, and dissident. The 1970 letter is from K. F. Zvorykina, Etkind's first wife.

      • Correspondence. Efim Etkind with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1984. Folder 328 (MSE/REE 0017-328)
        3 ALsS, 3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Efim Etkind with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1995. Folder 329 (MSE/REE 0017-329)
        5 ALsS, TL (computer printout).

      • Letter. Efim Etkind to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 330 (MSE/REE 0017-330)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Albrecht Knaus, Munich, to Efim Etkind, Puteaux (near Paris), 1984 June 24. Folder 331 (MSE/REE 0017-331)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Albrecht Knaus is the publishing director of Knaus Verlag; letter may have been an enclosure.

      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 332 (MSE/REE 0017-332)


      • Letters. Elke Liebs-Etkind to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994-1999. Folder 333 (MSE/REE 0017-333)
        ALS, email printout, 2 APCsS.
        The author and professor, Elke Liebs, was the wife of Efim Etkind.

      • Correspondence. S. Färber, Graz, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1982. Folder 334 (MSE/REE 0017-334)
        3 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Gennadii Faibusovich to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1989. Folder 335 (MSE/REE 0017-335)
        3 TLsS, ALS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Gennadii Moiseevich Faibusovich (b. 1928) is a Russian novelist, essayist, and translator.

      • Letter. Angelina Vasilevna Falk to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 February 22. Folder 336 (MSE/REE 0017-336)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Hubert Feichtlbauer with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005. Folder 337 (MSE/REE 0017-337)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. Hermann Fein, Heidelberg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1977-1978. Folder 338 (MSE/REE 0017-338)
        TLS, 2 TLs, ALS, APCS.

      • Correspondence. Iring Fetscher, Frankfort, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 339 (MSE/REE 0017-339)
        5 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Iring Fetscher (1922-2014) was a German political scientist and a researcher on Hegel and Marxism.

      • Correspondence. Iring Fetscher, Frankfort, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 340 (MSE/REE 0017-340)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Iring Fetscher, Frankfurt, n.d. Folder 341 (MSE/REE 0017-341)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Cornelia Feyrer, Innsbruck, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001 May 17. Folder 342 (MSE/REE 0017-342)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Evelyn Fieldhouse, Winnipeg (Manitoba), 1970 February 26. Folder 343 (MSE/REE 0017-343)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Eitan Finkelstein, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 344 (MSE/REE 0017-344)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Herth Firnberg, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973-1980. Folder 345 (MSE/REE 0017-345)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Hertha Firnberg ((1909-1994) was an Austrian politician and the first Social Democratic minister of Austria.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Fischer to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 March 23. Folder 346 (MSE/REE 0017-346)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. Ellen Fischer, Heidelberg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 347 (MSE/REE 0017-347)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Ernst Fischer, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 May 26. Folder 348 (MSE/REE 0017-348)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Peter Fischer, Osnabrück (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-1998. Folder 349 (MSE/REE 0017-349)
        3 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Ulla Fix, Leipzig, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993-1996. Folder 350 (MSE/REE 0017-350)
        4 TLsS, APCS, TL.
        Ulla Fix (b. 1942) is a German linguist and professor at the U. of Leipzig.

      • Letter. Karl Flanner, Wiener Neustadt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001 January 29. Folder 351 (MSE/REE 0017-351)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Harald Fleischmann with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-2002. Folder 352 (MSE/REE 0017-352)
        TLS, 3 ALsS, 4 APCsS, 2 TLs, email printout.
        Harald Fleischmann is a professor at the U. of Graz.

      • Correspondence. L. Fleishman, Jerusalem, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978. Folder 353 (MSE/REE 0017-353)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Postcards. Stephanie Flögel to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1990s. Folder 353A (MSE/REE 0017-353A)
        2 APCsS.
        As per Catherine Markstein, Stephanie Flögel was a student of her monther's.

      • Letter. Undine Flöter, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 September 17. Folder 354 (MSE/REE 0017-354)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Frau Fraatz, Hamburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January 3. Folder 355 (MSE/REE 0017-355)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Ms. Fraatz worked for Der Spiegel, but her given name is unknown.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Willi Frank, 1976 October 11. Folder 356 (MSE/REE 0017-356)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Susanne Freund to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995-1999. Folder 357 (MSE/REE 0017-357)
        ALS, APCS, TLS.

      • Letter. Helmut Fröhlich, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003 November 8. Folder 358 (MSE/REE 0017-358)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Sonja Fürnsinn, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003 August 19. Folder 359 (MSE/REE 0017-359)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Alexander Giese, Vienna, 1991 September 30. Folder 360 (MSE/REE 0017-360)
        TL (printout).

      • Letter. Henry Glade to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1981. Folder 361 (MSE/REE 0017-361)
        4 TLsS, 10 TLs (carbon copies).
        Henry Glade (1920-1999) was a German-American linguist and university professor.

      • Correspondence. Anatoly Gladilin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991-1999. Folder 362 (MSE/REE 0017-362)
        ALS, TLS.
        Anatoly Tikhonovich Gladilin (b. 1935) is a Russian writer and poet who defected from the Soviet Union in 1976.

      • Letter. Manfred Gmeiner, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004 January 4. Folder 363 (MSE/REE 0017-363)
        TL.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Professor Goldstücker, 1973 October 16. Folder 364 (MSE/REE 0017-364)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Wolfgang Gollus, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 March 23. Folder 365 (MSE/REE 0017-365)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Eleonora Petrovna Gomberg, 1980 June 20. Folder 366 (MSE/REE 0017-366)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, with Friedrich Gorenstein, 1978-1985. Folder 367 (MSE/REE 0017-367)
        2 TLsS, 2 ALsS, 2 TLs, APCS, with enclosures.
        Friedrich Naumovich Gorenstein (1932-2002) was a Russian author and screenwriter. Markstein translated a number of his works. Enclosures include a 1-page autobiography written by Gorenstein. Folder includes some correspondence about Gorenstein

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Gorenstein with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna,, n.d. Folder 368 (MSE/REE 0017-368)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Astrid Graf to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna,, 1993-1994. Folder 369 (MSE/REE 0017-369)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letters. Christian Graf to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-1991. Folder 370 (MSE/REE 0017-370)
        7 TLsS, with enclosure.
        Christian Graf worked for the publisher Philipp Reclam, and the enclosure consists of a publishing contract.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to the editors of Grani 1978 February 12. Folder 371 (MSE/REE 0017-371)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Grani is the Russian literary journal published in Germany.

      • Letter. Karl Markus Gauss, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 372 (MSE/REE 0017-372)
        TLS.

      • Letters. Natasha Gril to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-2001. Folder 373 (MSE/REE 0017-373)
        TLS, 5 ALsS, 6 APCsS.

      • Letters. Natasha Gril to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 374 (MSE/REE 0017-374)
        4 APCsS.
        Folder includes a note that Gril sent to Nadezhda Mirova; the note was found in one of the journals in the collection.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Frau Grützbach, 1974 October 21. Folder 375 (MSE/REE 0017-375)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Postcard. Maria Theresia Guggenberger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 May 1990. Folder 375A (MSE/REE 0017-375A)
        Postcard.

      • Correspondence. Hans Günther, Bochum (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981-1983. Folder 376 (MSE/REE 0017-376)
        ALS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Karla Günther-Hielscher, Bochum (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 July 21. Folder 377 (MSE/REE 0017-377)
        TL (printout).

      • Letters. Helga Gutsche, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1993. Folder 378 (MSE/REE 0017-378)
        2 TLsS.
        Helga Gutsche worked for Sinn und Form, which is a literary bimonthly published in Berlin.

      • Correspondence. Christoph Haffner with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 379 (MSE/REE 0017-379)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Johann Haller to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004 February 9. Folder 380 (MSE/REE 0017-380)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Hansen-Löve, 1978 June 30. Folder 381 (MSE/REE 0017-381)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Letter is addressed to "Dear Colleague"; the given name of Hansen-Love is unknown.

      • Correspondence. Peter Härtling, Frankfurt, with Elisabeth Markstein, 1973. Folder 382 (MSE/REE 0017-382)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Peter Härtling (b. 1933) is a German writer and poet.

      • Telegram. Ingeborg Häupler to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979 January 16. Folder 383 (MSE/REE 0017-383)
        Telegram.

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 384 (MSE/REE 0017-384)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs.
        Georges Haupt (1928-1978) was a French historian, linguist, and specialist in Marxism and the 2nd Internationale.

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1971. Folder 385 (MSE/REE 0017-385)
        6 TLsS, 5 TLs, ALS.

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 386 (MSE/REE 0017-386)
        2 TLsS, 5 TLs, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a receipt for a payment dated January 28, 1972 as well as a letter addressed to a "dear colleague."

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973-1974. Folder 387 (MSE/REE 0017-387)
        TL, 2 TLsS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a letter of recommendation that Georges Haupt wrote for Markstein to Sydney Monas at UT-Austin.

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1977. Folder 388 (MSE/REE 0017-388)
        TL, 2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Georges and Karin Haupt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 389 (MSE/REE 0017-389)
        2 TLs, TLS, telegram.

      • Letter. Eva Hausbacher, Salzburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 November 10. Folder 390 (MSE/REE 0017-390)
        Email printout.
        Eva Hausbacher is head of the department of Slavic Studies at the U. of Salzburg.

      • Correspondence. Eveline Hauser, Zürich (Switzerland), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 391 (MSE/REE 0017-391)
        TLS, TL (printout).

      • Letter. Hilde Hawlicek, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 February 5. Folder 392 (MSE/REE 0017-392)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Irina Heeb, Zürich (Switzerland), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 393 (MSE/REE 0017-393)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Bernhard Heinser, Zürich (Switzerland), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994 April 5. Folder 394 (MSE/REE 0017-394)
        TLS.

      • Letter. F. W. Herold, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 July 24. Folder 395 (MSE/REE 0017-395)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Mathias Heydenbluth, Berlin, 1993 January 11. Folder 396 (MSE/REE 0017-396)
        TL (printout).

      • Letter. G. Hierzenberger, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 August 13. Folder 397 (MSE/REE 0017-397)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Mario Hindermann to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968. Folder 398 (MSE/REE 0017-398)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Evelyn Hinz, Winnipeg (Manitoba), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981 March 27. Folder 399 (MSE/REE 0017-399)
        TLS, with enclosure.
        Hinz was the editor for Mosaic, and the enclosure consists of a sheet of instructions for contributors.

      • Correspondence. Edgar Hoffmann, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005. Folder 400 (MSE/REE 0017-400)
        TLS, 2 email printouts.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Georg Hoffmann-Ostenhof, 1986 March 26. Folder 401 (MSE/REE 0017-401)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to J. Michael Holquist, Austin (Texas), 1980 August 2. Folder 402 (MSE/REE 0017-402)
        TL, with enclosure (carbon copies).
        Enclosure is a letter of recommendation on behalf of John Bowlt

      • Correspondence. Peter Holzer, Innsbruck, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 2000. Folder 403 (MSE/REE 0017-403)
        TL (printout), 2 email printouts.
        Peter Holzer is an Austrian language and translation scholar.

      • Letter. Robin Hoople, Winnipeg (Manitoba), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 2000. Folder 404 (MSE/REE 0017-404)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Horn, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 January. Folder 405 (MSE/REE 0017-405)
        TLS, TL (printout).
        Ernst Klambauer is a co-correspondent along with Horn.

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Hübner, Kiel, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1986. Folder 406 (MSE/REE 0017-406)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Hübner, Kiel, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987. Folder 407 (MSE/REE 0017-407)
        4 ALsS, with enclosure, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosure consists of a letter from Karl Dedecius to Hübner.

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Hübner, Kiel, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988. Folder 408 (MSE/REE 0017-408)
        2 ALsS, TL(carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Maria Huesers, Hannover, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999-2000. Folder 409 (MSE/REE 0017-409)
        ALS, 6 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Ursula Ibler, Bern (Switzerland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1973. Folder 410 (MSE/REE 0017-410)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Diane Ignashev, Chicago, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 411 (MSE/REE 0017-411)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Ekaterina Ignateva to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2000 June 23. Folder 412 (MSE/REE 0017-412)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to the Institut für Deutsche Sprache, Mannheim, 1978 November 3. Folder 413 (MSE/REE 0017-413)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Nadia Iofe-Shatunovskaia with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981. Folder 414 (MSE/REE 0017-414)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. S. Isakov, Tartu (Estonia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 May 2. Folder 415 (MSE/REE 0017-415)
        TLS, TL.
        Sergei Isakov (1931-2013) was a professor in the department of Slavic Philology at the U. of Tartu.

      • Correspondence. Alexander Issatschenko, Klagenfurt (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 416 (MSE/REE 0017-416)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Alexander Issatschenko (1911-1978) was an Austrian linguist of Russian descent.

      • Letters. Valeria Jaeger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999-2001. Folder 417 (MSE/REE 0017-417)
        Email printout, telegram.
        Folder includes a memorial for Valeria Jaeger (1851-2001).

      • Letters. Sabine Jaenicke, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 418 (MSE/REE 0017-418)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letters. Sabine Jaenicke to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-2000. Folder 419 (MSE/REE 0017-419)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLsS, 3 APCsS.

      • Letters. Markus Jaroschka, Graz (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-2001. Folder 420 (MSE/REE 0017-420)
        2 TLsS.
        Markus Jaroschka (b. 1942) is an Austrian writer, poet, and editor.

      • Correspondence. Ute Jaster, Tangermünde (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 2001. Folder 421 (MSE/REE 0017-421)
        ALS, TL (printout).

      • Letter. Beate Urfurt, Erfurt (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 March 18. Folder 422 (MSE/REE 0017-422)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Arthur Julich, Austin (TX), to Elisabeth Markstein and family, Vienna, 1986 January 8. Folder 423 (MSE/REE 0017-423)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Jochen Jung, Salzburg, 1993 January 11. Folder 424 (MSE/REE 0017-424)
        TL (printout).
        Jochen Jung (b. 1942) is an Austrian writer and publisher.

      • Postcard. Rita K. to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 425 (MSE/REE 0017-425)
        APCS.
        Surname consists only of the initial "K."

      • Correspondence. Dmitrii Kabakov, Moscow with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2012-2013. Folder 425A (MSE/REE 0017-425A)
        3 email printouts.

      • Letter. Inna Kabysh to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 January 9. Folder 426 (MSE/REE 0017-426)
        ALS.
        Inna Kabysh (b. 1963) is a Russian poet.

      • Letter. Mira Kadric, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001 May 17. Folder 427 (MSE/REE 0017-427)
        ALS.
        Mira Kadric is an Austrian professor specializing in translation studies.

      • Letters. Maria Kaiser, Aachen (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993-1994. Folder 428 (MSE/REE 0017-428)
        2 TLsS.

      • Telegram. Paul Kalunine, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979 February 13. Folder 429 (MSE/REE 0017-429)
        Telegram.

      • Postcards. Albert Karelskii to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1990. Folder 430 (MSE/REE 0017-430)
        3 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Wolfgang Kasack, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 431 (MSE/REE 0017-431)
        5 TLsS, 5 TLs, with enclosure.
        Wolfgang Kasack (1927-2003) was a German scholar in the area of Slavic studies as well as a translator. Enclosure is a copy of a newspaper article on Efim Etkind, written by Kasack.

      • Correspondence. Wolfgang Kasack with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1995. Folder 432 (MSE/REE 0017-432)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Wolfgang Kasack, Bonn, n.d. Folder 433 (MSE/REE 0017-433)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Erich Kasper, Istanbul, with Elisabeth Markstein, Viennna, 1977-1978. Folder 434 (MSE/REE 0017-434)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Karlheinz Kasper, Leipzig, to Elisabeth Markstein, Viennna, 1994. Folder 435 (MSE/REE 0017-435)
        3 TLsS.

      • Letter. Martin Kasper to Elisabeth Markstein, Viennna, 1992. Folder 436 (MSE/REE 0017-436)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Liese Katschinka, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Viennna, 1999 March 25. Folder 437 (MSE/REE 0017-437)
        TLS.
        Letter announces Markstein as the recipient of an award for outstanding translation.

      • Letter. S. Kaufmann, Vienna, to Mr. Skabardnia, Moscow, 1970 July 22. Folder 438 (MSE/REE 0017-438)
        TLS (carbon copy).
        Markstein is copied on this letter.

      • Letters. Regina Kecht to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1983. Folder 439 (MSE/REE 0017-439)
        5 TLsS, 5 AlsS, 2 APCsS.
        Maria-Regina Kecht is an international scholar and administratior, with interests in American lit, comparative lit, and Russian.

      • Letters. Regina Kecht to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1989. Folder 440 (MSE/REE 0017-440)
        3 TLsS, 5 AlsS, APCS, with enclosure.
        The enclosure consists of a copy of Kecht's curriculum vitae.

      • Letters. Regina Kecht to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-2001. Folder 441 (MSE/REE 0017-441)
        5 TLsS, 5 AlsS, APCS.
        Many of these letters are parts of Christmas greetings.

      • Postcard. Regina Kecht, Cesky Krumlov, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1990s. Folder 442 (MSE/REE 0017-442)
        APCS.

      • Correspondence. Miro Keglovich, Salzburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 443 (MSE/REE 0017-443)
        2 TLsS, TL.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Günter Keikauf, Moscow, 1971 August 27. Folder 444 (MSE/REE 0017-444)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Christoph Keller, St. Gallen (Switzerland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994-1995. Folder 445 (MSE/REE 0017-445)
        2 TLsS, TL.
        Christoph Keller (b. 1963) is a Swiss writer and translator.

      • Letter. Irina Khoroshaeva(?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 446 (MSE/REE 0017-446)
        ALS with envelope.

      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 447 (MSE/REE 0017-447)


      • Letters. Ulrike Killer, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 448 (MSE/REE 0017-448)
        2 TLsS.
        Ulrike Killer (b. 1943) is a German translator and editor.

      • Correspondence. Hannelore Kirchem, Darmstadt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 449 (MSE/REE 0017-449)
        6 TLsS, 2 TLs, with enclosures.
        The enclosures have to do wtih the Spanish publisher, Barral Editores, and the Russian writer, Vladimir Tendriakov.

      • Letter. Hannelore Kirchem, Darmstadt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 450 (MSE/REE 0017-450)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Rudolph Kirchschläger, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 451 (MSE/REE 0017-451)
        2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Rudolph Kirchschläger (1915-2000) was an Austrian judge and politician; from 1974 to 1986 he served as the president of Austria.

      • Letters. Gianna Kirtley, Austin (TX), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1976-1978. Folder 452 (MSE/REE 0017-452)
        3 TLsS, ALS.

      • Letters. Elizabeth Kischuk, Winnipeg (Manitoba), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1973. Folder 453 (MSE/REE 0017-453)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Elke Kitzelmann, Bregenz (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983. Folder 454 (MSE/REE 0017-454)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. A. Klemm, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979. Folder 455 (MSE/REE 0017-455)
        3 TLsS, with enclosure, TL (carbon copy).
        Enclosure consists of an "employee contract" sent to Markstein.

      • Correspondence. A. Klemm, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991. Folder 456 (MSE/REE 0017-456)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, TL (carbon copy).
        Enclosure consist of another "employee contract" as well as the publisher's list of Russian authors.

      • Letters. Ralph Klever, Klagenfurt (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995-1996. Folder 456A (MSE/REE 0017-456A)
        4 TLsS.
        Ralph Klever is an Austrian publisher of contemporary literature.

      • Correspondence. Kurt Klinger, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982. Folder 457 (MSE/REE 0017-457)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Kurt Klinger (1928-2003) was an Austrian writer as well as a theatre and literary critic.

      • Correspondence. Albrecht Knaus, Hamburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983. Folder 458 (MSE/REE 0017-458)
        2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Albrecht Knaus (1913-2007) studied history and art and then founded a publishing house in Hamburg, Germany.

      • Correspondence. Albrecht Knaus, Hamburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984 January-June. Folder 459 (MSE/REE 0017-459)
        3 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Albrecht Knaus, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984 July-December. Folder 460 (MSE/REE 0017-460)
        6 TLsS, with enclosure, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        The enclosure consists of a "translator's contract" sent to Markstein.

      • Correspondence. Albrecht Knaus, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1989. Folder 461 (MSE/REE 0017-461)
        5 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Postcards. Jane Knox to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1978. Folder 462 (MSE/REE 0017-462)
        2 APCsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Eugen Kogon, Frankfurt, 1970 November 10. Folder 463 (MSE/REE 0017-463)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Eugen Kogon (1903-1987) was a historian and Holocaust survivor, as well as a journalist, who founded, along with Walter Dirks, the publication Frankfurter Hefte.

      • Letter. Fr. Köhler, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 August 3. Folder 464 (MSE/REE 0017-464)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Andreas Kohlschütter, Hamburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 October 4. Folder 465 (MSE/REE 0017-465)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Pavel Kohout, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981 February. Folder 466 (MSE/REE 0017-466)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Pavel Kohout (b. 1928) is a Czech and Austrian novelist, poet, and playwright.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Jürgen Kolbe, Munich, 1989 August 18. Folder 467 (MSE/REE 0017-467)
        TL (printout).

      • Letter. I. S. Kon to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 468 (MSE/REE 0017-468)
        ALS.
        Igor Semyonovich Kon (1928-2011) was a Russian philosopher and psychologist; the ALS is part of a new year's greeting card.

      • Correspondence. Karin Königseder, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968. Folder 469 (MSE/REE 0017-469)
        9 TLs, 8 TLsS, with 1 envelope and 1 enclosure.
        The enclosure consists of a short French newspaper clipping dealing with Solzhenitsyn's novel, Cancer Ward.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to N. M. Kononov, St. Petersburg, 1992 November 3. Folder 470 (MSE/REE 0017-470)
        TL (printout).

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Lev and Raisa Kopelev, 1968-1977. Folder 471 (MSE/REE 0017-471)
        TLs (carbon copies).
        Lev Zinovevich Kopelev ((1912-1997) and his wife Raisa Orlova (1918-1989) were both Russian writers as well as dissidents.

      • Letters. Lev and Raisa Kopelev to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1993. Folder 472 (MSE/REE 0017-472)
        2 ALsS, 2 TLsS, APCS.

      • Correspondence. Lev and Raisa Kopelev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 473 (MSE/REE 0017-473)
        3 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Karl-Heinz Korn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 474 (MSE/REE 0017-474)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Naum Korzhavin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973-1974. Folder 475 (MSE/REE 0017-475)
        4 TLsS, with envelope, 2 TLs (carbon copies), APCS.
        Naum Moiseevich Korzhavin (b. 1925) is a Russian poet and dissident.

      • Correspondence. Naum Korzhavin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975. Folder 476 (MSE/REE 0017-476)
        4 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Naum Korzhavin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976. Folder 477 (MSE/REE 0017-477)
        TLS, 2 TLs, 3 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Naum Korzhavin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 478 (MSE/REE 0017-478)
        3 TLs, with envelope, 2 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Naum Korzhavin with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1991. Folder 479 (MSE/REE 0017-479)
        3 TLsS, 3 ALsS, APCS.

      • Letters. Naum Korzhavin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 480 (MSE/REE 0017-480)
        2 TLsS, ALS.

      • Correspondence. Uta Krammer, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January 22. Folder 481 (MSE/REE 0017-481)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Peter Kraus, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 July 5. Folder 482 (MSE/REE 0017-482)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Wolfgang Kraus, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-1992. Folder 483 (MSE/REE 0017-483)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Bruno Kreisky, 1986 September 26. Folder 484 (MSE/REE 0017-484)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Bruno Kreisky (1911-1990) was an Austrian politicisn who served as foreign minister and as chancellor.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Kröll to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1988. Folder 485 (MSE/REE 0017-485)
        ALS, 3 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Ingrid Krüger, Darmstadt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973-1977. Folder 486 (MSE/REE 0017-486)
        2 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Ingrid Krüger, Darmstadt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978. Folder 487 (MSE/REE 0017-487)
        TLS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Ingrid Krüger, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1991. Folder 488 (MSE/REE 0017-488)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Ingrid Krüger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 489 (MSE/REE 0017-489)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Michael Krüger, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1967-1982. Folder 490 (MSE/REE 0017-490)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Michael Krüger (b. 1943) is a German writer, publisher, and translator.

      • Correspondence. Agatha Krzychylkiewicz, Pretoria (South Africa), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 491 (MSE/REE 0017-491)
        TLS, 2 TLs, 2 email printouts.
        Agatha Krzychylkiewicz is a faculty member in the Russian department in the U. of S. Africa as well as the editor of the Slavic Almanach.

      • Letter. Célestine Kubelka to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002 May 10. Folder 492 (MSE/REE 0017-492)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Monika Künzel, Cologne, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 September 10. Folder 493 (MSE/REE 0017-493)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Iurii Kuperman to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 May 21. Folder 494 (MSE/REE 0017-494)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Efim Kurganov, Helsinki, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1997-1999. Folder 495 (MSE/REE 0017-495)
        3 ALsS, 3 TLsS, APCS.
        Efim Iakovlevich Kurganov (b. 1957) is a Russian writer and Slavic scholar.

      • Letter. Ingrid Kurz, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996 March 13. Folder 496 (MSE/REE 0017-496)
        TLS.
        Letter is also signed by Angela Moisl.

      • Letters. Valeriia Nikolaevna Kuzmina to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-1997. Folder 497 (MSE/REE 0017-497)
        3 ALsS.

      • Letters. Valeriia Nikolaevna Kuzmina to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 498 (MSE/REE 0017-498)
        5 ALsS.

      • Letters. Boris Lanin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1990s. Folder 499 (MSE/REE 0017-499)
        ALS, APCS.

      • Letter. Oleg Grigorevich Lasunskii, Voronezh (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 June 19. Folder 500 (MSE/REE 0017-500)
        ALS.
        Oleg Grigorevich Lasunskii (b. 1936) is a Russian writer, literary critic, and bibliophile.

      • Correspondence. Anna Latsanitch to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006. Folder 501 (MSE/REE 0017-501)
        2 email printouts.

      • Letter. Lev Latyshev, Moscow, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 April 12. Folder 502 (MSE/REE 0017-502)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Johanna Legerer, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002 May 28. Folder 503 (MSE/REE 0017-503)
        TLS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a "work contract" mailed to Markstein.

      • Letter. Günther Leikauf with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1978. Folder 504 (MSE/REE 0017-504)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Günther Leikauf was a German translator with similar interests in such Russian authors as Friedrich Gorenstein.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Genevieve Leising 1976 October 9. Folder 505 (MSE/REE 0017-505)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Eduard Lenz, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 February 16. Folder 506 (MSE/REE 0017-506)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Conrad H. Lester, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January 29. Folder 507 (MSE/REE 0017-507)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Anna Leube, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986 May 30. Folder 508 (MSE/REE 0017-508)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Ernst Leumann, Zürich, 1978 June 11. Folder 509 (MSE/REE 0017-509)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Ilia Levin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 2000. Folder 510 (MSE/REE 0017-510)
        2 ALsS.

      • Letter. Albert Lichtblau, Salzburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 November 10. Folder 511 (MSE/REE 0017-511)
        TLS.
        Albert Lichtblau (b. 1954) is an Austrian professor of history and political science.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Literaturnaia Gazeta (editors), 1993 August 7. Folder 512 (MSE/REE 0017-512)
        TLS (printout).

      • Letters. Lisa Little to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977-1979. Folder 513 (MSE/REE 0017-513)
        ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Lisa Little with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 514 (MSE/REE 0017-514)
        2 ALsS, TLS.

      • Correspondence. Pavel and Maya Livinov, Millwood (New York), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976. Folder 515 (MSE/REE 0017-515)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).
        Pavel Mikhailovich Litvinov (b. 1940) is a Russian physicis, writer, and human rights activist.

      • Letter. Evgenii and Sofiia Liubin, Irvington (New York), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978 May 20. Folder 516 (MSE/REE 0017-516)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Ruth Love with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006. Folder 517 (MSE/REE 0017-517)
        TLS, 2 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Kenneth McRobbie, Winnipeg (Manitoba), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 518 (MSE/REE 0017-518)
        10 TLsS, with enclosure, 5 TLs (carbon copies).
        Kenneth McRobbie was the editor of Mosaic; the enclosure consists of a table-of-contents of one of the issues.

      • Correspondence. Kenneth McRobbie, Winnipeg (Manitoba), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1972. Folder 519 (MSE/REE 0017-519)
        8 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Kenneth McRobbie, Port Coquitlam (British Columbia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1997-1998. Folder 520 (MSE/REE 0017-520)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Kenneth McRobbie to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 521 (MSE/REE 0017-521)
        TLS, ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Susanne Macht, n.d. Folder 522 (MSE/REE 0017-522)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Mahler with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 523 (MSE/REE 0017-523)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Markstein's typed letter is copied on the verso of Mahler's signed letter.

      • Letters. Natalia Lvovna Malakhovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1987. Folder 524 (MSE/REE 0017-524)
        ALS, TL.
        Natalia Lvovna Malakhovskaia (b. 1947) is a Russian writer and an activist in the feminist movement.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Lvovna Malakhovskaia with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991-2001. Folder 525 (MSE/REE 0017-525)
        4 ALsS, 2 TLs (printouts), APCS.

      • Postcards. Natalia Lvovna Malakhovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 526 (MSE/REE 0017-526)
        APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Malasek, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977 June. Folder 527 (MSE/REE 0017-527)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Vladimir Malinkovich, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1986. Folder 528 (MSE/REE 0017-528)
        ALS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Postcards. Aleksandr Malkhazen to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 529 (MSE/REE 0017-529)
        3 APCsS.

      • Letter. Susi Marek to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 April 18. Folder 530 (MSE/REE 0017-530)
        Email printout.

      • Letters. Bruno Margadant to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1947-2002. Folder 531 (MSE/REE 0017-531)
        6 ALsS, greeting card.

      • Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1973. Folder 532 (MSE/REE 0017-532)
        2 ALsS, AL, 3 TLs.
        Jean-Jacques Marie (b. 1937) is a French historian and scholar of the USSR, writing biographies of Lenin, Stalin, and Trotsky.

      • Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 533 (MSE/REE 0017-533)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLs.

      • Letters. Simon Markish to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1989. Folder 534 (MSE/REE 0017-534)
        4 APCsS.

      • Letter. Roberto Markiewitz to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003 November 10. Folder 535 (MSE/REE 0017-535)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Prof. Marko, 2003 November 10. Folder 536 (MSE/REE 0017-536)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Johann Marte, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1990. Folder 537 (MSE/REE 0017-537)
        2 TLsS.
        Johann Marte (b. 1937) studied law at the U. of Innsbruck and served as a cultural attache in Poland and the USSR.

      • Correspondence. Angela Martini-Wonde with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-1989. Folder 538 (MSE/REE 0017-538)
        7 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies and printout).

      • Correspondence. Renate Matthaei, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 539 (MSE/REE 0017-539)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs.
        Renate Matthaei (b. 1928) is a German lecturer, editor, and author.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Otto Mauer, Vienna, 1971-1973. Folder 540 (MSE/REE 0017-540)
        4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Georg Mayer, Salzburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978. Folder 541 (MSE/REE 0017-541)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Christine Mebus, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 September 9. Folder 542 (MSE/REE 0017-542)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Zhores and Rita Medvedev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1973. Folder 543 (MSE/REE 0017-543)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLsS, TL.
        Zhores Aleksandrovich Medvedev (b. 1925) is a Russian biologist and dissident. His twin brother Roy Medvedev is the prominent Russian historian.

      • Correspondence. Zhores and Rita Medvedev, London, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1979. Folder 544 (MSE/REE 0017-544)
        2 ALsS, APCS, TLS, TL.

      • Letters. Zhores and Rita Medvedev, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1987. Folder 545 (MSE/REE 0017-545)
        3 ALsS.

      • Letters. Zhores and Rita Medvedev, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 546 (MSE/REE 0017-546)
        ALS, 7 APCsS.

      • Correspondence. Franziska Meier, Hohenschäftlarn (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993. Folder 547 (MSE/REE 0017-547)
        2 TLsS, TL (printout).

      • Letters. Christine Melnyk to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988-1993 Folder 548 (MSE/REE 0017-548)
        5 ALsS.

      • Letter. Christine Melnyk to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 549 (MSE/REE 0017-549)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Anne-Friederike Meltendorf, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 November 8. Folder 550 (MSE/REE 0017-550)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. Jale Melzer-Tükel, Graz, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 551 (MSE/REE 0017-551)
        TLS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Klaus Mehnert with Elisabeth Markstein, 1974. Folder 552 (MSE/REE 0017-552)
        5 TLdS, 5 TLs.
        Klaus Mehnert (1906-1984) was a journalist and author who spent time as a correspondent in the USSR and China before becoming an advisor to the German government on Sino-Russian affairs. Mehnert's letters are addressed to Anna Peturnig, the name Markstein used when she was translating Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago.

      • Letter. Wolfgang Mentrup, Mannheim (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979 November 9. Folder 553 (MSE/REE 0017-553)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Wolfgang Mertz, Frankfurt, 1984 February 3. Folder 554 (MSE/REE 0017-554)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to "Mr. Messerli," 1973 October 1. Folder 555 (MSE/REE 0017-555)
        TL.

      • Letters. Holt Meyer, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991-1992. Folder 556 (MSE/REE 0017-556)
        3 TLsS.

      • Letter. Valentine Mikhailin, Kaluga (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004. Folder 557 (MSE/REE 0017-557)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Aleksei Vasilevich Mikheev, 1996 May 25. Folder 558 (MSE/REE 0017-558)
        TLS.
        Aleksei Vasilevich Mikheev is a Russian writer, journalist, and editor.

      • Correspondence. James Miller, Urbana (IL), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 559 (MSE/REE 0017-559)
        ALS, TL.
        James R. Miller was the editor of Slavic Review.

      • Letter. Susanne and Viktor Miloserdov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 560 (MSE/REE 0017-560)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Friedrich Mir, Ternitz (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999-2002. Folder 561 (MSE/REE 0017-561)
        2 ALsS, TL (printout).
        Markstein's reply is printed on the back of Mir's letter of June 25, 1999.

      • Correspondence. Boris Misonzhnikov, St. Petersburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2000-2005. Folder 562 (MSE/REE 0017-562)
        TLS, 7 email printouts.
        Boris Iakovlevich Misonzhnikov is a professor of philology at St. Petersburg State U.

      • Letter. Vera Mitiagina, Volgograd (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996 February 26. Folder 563 (MSE/REE 0017-563)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Hermann Mittelberger, Graz (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1988. Folder 564 (MSE/REE 0017-564)
        TLS, 2 TLs.

      • Letter. Dietrich Möller to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 August 17. Folder 565 (MSE/REE 0017-565)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Carol Monas to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.y. August 30. Folder 566 (MSE/REE 0017-566)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Sidney and Carol Monas, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1970s. Folder 567 (MSE/REE 0017-567)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Sidney Monas (b. 1924) is a U. of Texas professor emeritus in the departments of history and Slavic languages. He was instrumental in bringing Markstein to the UT-Austin as a guest lecturer in 1975-1976.

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1973. Folder 568 (MSE/REE 0017-568)
        4 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January-June. Folder 569 (MSE/REE 0017-569)
        3 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Sidney Monas to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 July-December. Folder 570 (MSE/REE 0017-570)
        ALS, 5 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas, Austin, (TX), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975. Folder 571 (MSE/REE 0017-571)
        5 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1977. Folder 572 (MSE/REE 0017-572)
        8 TLsS, 6 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1979. Folder 573 (MSE/REE 0017-573)
        6 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1985. Folder 574 (MSE/REE 0017-574)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-1989. Folder 575 (MSE/REE 0017-575)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas, Austin (TX), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990-1999. Folder 576 (MSE/REE 0017-576)
        5 TLsS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Sidney Monas with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 577 (MSE/REE 0017-577)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. R. Neven Du Mont, Cologne (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 578 (MSE/REE 0017-578)
        7 TLsS, 6 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Daria Moskovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 May 17. Folder 579 (MSE/REE 0017-579)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Moskovskie Novosti (editors), 1999 November 28. Folder 580 (MSE/REE 0017-580)
        Email printout.

      • Telegram. Helga Mracnikar to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 581 (MSE/REE 0017-581)
        Telegram.

      • Correspondence. Ina Mueller with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003-2004. Folder 582 (MSE/REE 0017-582)
        5 email printouts.

      • Letter. Ingeborg Mues, Frankfurt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 October 2. Folder 583 (MSE/REE 0017-583)
        TLS.

      • Note. Burkhard Müller-Ullrich, Geneva, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 November 28. Folder 584 (MSE/REE 0017-584)
        ANS.

      • Correspondence. Gundl Nagl with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1966-1967. Folder 585 (MSE/REE 0017-585)
        5 TLsS, 4 TLs.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly (editors), 1985 June 25. Folder 586 (MSE/REE 0017-586)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Viktor Nekrasov with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1966-1978. Folder 587 (MSE/REE 0017-587)
        2 ALsS, with envelope, TL (carbon copy).
        Viktor Platonovich Nekrasov (1911-1987) was a Russian writer, journalist, and editor.

      • Letter. Karin Nell, Cologne, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 November 4. Folder 588 (MSE/REE 0017-588)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Ms. Nellison, 1974 March 24. Folder 589 (MSE/REE 0017-589)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Herbert Neumair, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 August 11. Folder 590 (MSE/REE 0017-590)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Tamara Nikonov, Voronezh (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 November 20. Folder 591 (MSE/REE 0017-591)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Nils Oke Nilsson, Stockholm, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978. Folder 592 (MSE/REE 0017-592)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Michael Nicholson with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1979. Folder 593 (MSE/REE 0017-593)
        4 TLsS, 5 TLs, PCS, with enclosure.
        Michael Nicholson is a British scholar on Solzhenitsyn and 20th c. Russian literature; enclosure consists of a table of contents to an anthology of essays on Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Michael Nicholson with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 594 (MSE/REE 0017-594)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Michael Nicholson to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 595 (MSE/REE 0017-595)
        ALs.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Nilova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003. Folder 596 (MSE/REE 0017-596)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. Georges Nivat, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 597 (MSE/REE 0017-597)
        2 ALsS, TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Georges Nivat (b. 1935) is a French scholar of slavic history and literature aa well as a translator of several of Aleksander Solzhenitsyn's works.

      • Correspondence. Georges Nivat with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1979. Folder 598 (MSE/REE 0017-598)
        5 ALsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Georges Nivat, Geneva, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983. Folder 599 (MSE/REE 0017-599)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Georges Nivat to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 600 (MSE/REE 0017-600)
        4 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Peter Norman, London, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 601 (MSE/REE 0017-601)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Nikolai Novikov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 August 5. Folder 602 (MSE/REE 0017-602)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Irene Novikova, Hamburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973-1975. Folder 603 (MSE/REE 0017-603)
        4 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Hans-Clemens Oehmen, Cologne, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 604 (MSE/REE 0017-604)
        3 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Marina Olonova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005. Folder 605 (MSE/REE 0017-605)
        3 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Maria Olsufieva with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1975-1976. Folder 606 (MSE/REE 0017-606)
        3 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to ORF Literaturabteilung (Verlag), 1983 November 20. Folder 607 (MSE/REE 0017-607)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Manfred Ortman, Frankfurt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986. Folder 608 (MSE/REE 0017-608)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Telegram. Oesterreichischen Penclub to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 April 9. Folder 609 (MSE/REE 0017-609)
        Telegram.

      • Correspondence. Georg Ottahal with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 610 (MSE/REE 0017-610)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Gudrun Pachel, Stuttgart, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 November 4. Folder 611 (MSE/REE 0017-611)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Renate Pacher, Knittelfeld-Zeltweg (Austria), 1999. Folder 612 (MSE/REE 0017-612)
        2 TLsS.

        Folder includes a letter from Pacher to Markstein's mother, Hilde Koplenig.
      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Wolfgang Palka, Salzburg, 1972 April 10. Folder 613 (MSE/REE 0017-613)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Volkmar Parschalk, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977 June 8. Folder 614 (MSE/REE 0017-614)
        TLS (photocopy).

      • Letters. Vlad Pauker to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1970. Folder 615 (MSE/REE 0017-615)
        3 ALsS.

      • Postcard. Nina Sergeevna Pavlova to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 December 12. Folder 616 (MSE/REE 0017-616)
        APCS.

      • Correspondence. Anton Pelinka, Innsbruck (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986. Folder 617 (MSE/REE 0017-617)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Hugo Pepper, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 618 (MSE/REE 0017-618)
        TLS, 2 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Viktor Perelman with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 619 (MSE/REE 0017-619)
        4 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Viktor Borisovich Perelman (1929-2003) was a Russian writer, publisher, and journalist.

      • Letter. K. Peretiatko, Kiev, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001 September 24. Folder 620 (MSE/REE 0017-620)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976. Folder 621 (MSE/REE 0017-621)
        2 ALsS, APCS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Nina Perlina (b. 1939) is a professor emerita of Slavic and Russian literature and language at Indiana University at Bloomington.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 622 (MSE/REE 0017-622)
        4 TLsS, 5 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1979. Folder 623 (MSE/REE 0017-623)
        2 ALsS, APCS, 2 TLsS, 3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 624 (MSE/REE 0017-624)
        ALS, APCS, 3 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981. Folder 625 (MSE/REE 0017-625)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 4 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982-1983. Folder 626 (MSE/REE 0017-626)
        3 APCsS, 4 TLsS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1989. Folder 627 (MSE/REE 0017-627)
        APCS, 4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies), 2 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975. Folder 628 (MSE/REE 0017-628)
        2 TLsS, TL (printout), 3 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Nina Perlina with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 629 (MSE/REE 0017-629)
        2 TLs (carbon copies), 2 ALsS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Viktor Petioky, Vienna, 1975. Folder 630 (MSE/REE 0017-630)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. N. Petrov, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1988. Folder 631 (MSE/REE 0017-631)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. N. Petrov, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 632 (MSE/REE 0017-632)
        2 TLsS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Pfandl with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-1997 Folder 633 (MSE/REE 0017-633)
        5 TLsS, TL.
        Heinrich Pfandl (b. 1954) is a professor of Slavic studies at the U. of Graz.

      • Correspondence. Heinrich Pfandl with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999-2001 Folder 634 (MSE/REE 0017-634)
        2 ALsS, TLS, 3 TLs, 3 email printouts.

      • Letter. Philipp Reclam Jun. Verlag (publisher) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 635 (MSE/REE 0017-635)
        TL.

      • Letter. Otto Pichler, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 October 12. Folder 636 (MSE/REE 0017-636)
        TLS.

      • Letter. David Pike, Stanford (CA), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978 November 7. Folder 637 (MSE/REE 0017-637)
        TLS.
        David Pike is a professor at Stanford, who specializes in 20th century literature, East German and Soviet culture and politics.

      • Correspondence. Theo Pinkus, Zürich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1967-1968. Folder 637A (MSE/REE 0017-637A)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Paul Theodore "Theo" Pinkus (1909-1991) was a Swiss journalist, publisher, and bookseller.

      • Correspondence. Klaus Piper, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985. Folder 638 (MSE/REE 0017-638)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Klaus Piper (1911-2000) was a German publisher.

      • Postcards. Stephan Pischan to Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1987. Folder 638A (MSE/REE 0017-638A)
        2 APCsS.
        As per Catherine Markstein, Stephan Pischan was a very close friend of both her parents; he was practically a family member.

      • Letters. Anna-Marie Platzgummer to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001-2005. Folder 639 (MSE/REE 0017-639)
        3 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Sibylle Plogstedt with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006. Folder 640 (MSE/REE 0017-640)
        TLS, 3 email printouts.
        Sibylle Plogstedt (b. 1945) is a German journalist and publicist.

      • Correspondence. Doris Ponocny, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993. Folder 641 (MSE/REE 0017-641)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Gaines and Jeanie Post, Princeton (NJ), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977 February 6. Folder 642 (MSE/REE 0017-642)
        ALS.
        Gaines Post was a professor of modern European history at the U. of Texas at Austin and other schools.

      • Correspondence. Carl Proffer, Ann Arbor (MI), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 643 (MSE/REE 0017-643)
        TLS, TL.
        Carl Proffer ((1938-1984) was an American scholar, professor, and translator of Russian literature; he, along with his wife, Ellendea Proffer, was the founder of Ardis Press.

      • Correspondence. Heddy Pross with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1968. Folder 644 (MSE/REE 0017-644)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLS, TL.
        Heddy Pross-Weerth (b. 1917) is a German translator.

      • Correspondence. Hilde Prucha, Wels (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 645 (MSE/REE 0017-645)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Erich Prunc, Graz (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 May 14. Folder 646 (MSE/REE 0017-646)
        TLS.
        Erich Prunc (b. 1941) is a poet, linguist, and professor of translation studies.

      • Correspondence. Queen Mary College, London, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 647 (MSE/REE 0017-647)
        TLS, TL.
        R.P. Tong writes to Markstein on behalf of Queen Mary College to inquire about the suitability of a Sheila Bently for the position of temporary lecturer in Russian.

      • Letter. Karin Rachl, Washington D.C., to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 July 12. Folder 648 (MSE/REE 0017-648)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Jochen Raecke with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004. Folder 649 (MSE/REE 0017-649)
        3 email printouts.
        Jochen Raecke (b. 1943) is a German Slavist.

      • Letters. Anna Raffetto, Turin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1997. Folder 650 (MSE/REE 0017-650)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Correspondence. Rakhil Fedoseeva with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 651 (MSE/REE 0017-651)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Rakhil Fedoseeva is a Russian dissident, best known for her activities in the Jewish emigration movement.

      • Letters. Brigitte Rapp, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-2001. Folder 652 (MSE/REE 0017-652)
        ALS, email printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Renate Rathmayr, 2004 August 19. Folder 653 (MSE/REE 0017-653)
        Email printout.
        Renate Rathmayr (b. 1947) is an Austrian Slavist.

      • Correspondence. Peter Reddaway with, London, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1980. Folder 654 (MSE/REE 0017-654)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Peter Reddaway is a retired professor of political science and international affairs.

      • Letter. Georg Reichl, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988 August 16. Folder 655 (MSE/REE 0017-655)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Adalbert Reif, 1978 June 4. Folder 656 (MSE/REE 0017-656)
        TL.

      • Correspondence. Renate Resch with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001-2005. Folder 657 (MSE/REE 0017-657)
        4 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Thomas Reshcke with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-1990. Folder 658 (MSE/REE 0017-658)
        6 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Thomas Reschke (b. 1932) is a German literary translator.

      • Letter. Andreas Reit, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 November 27. Folder 659 (MSE/REE 0017-659)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Helga Retzer, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984. Folder 660 (MSE/REE 0017-660)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Gabor Revai with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988-2006. Folder 661 (MSE/REE 0017-661)
        4 TLsS, TL (carbon copy), 4 email printouts.
        Gabor Revai (b. 1947) is a Hungarian writer.

      • Correspondence. Barbara Richter, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984. Folder 662 (MSE/REE 0017-662)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Werner Richter, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003 May 7. Folder 663 (MSE/REE 0017-663)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Irene Riesen, Zürich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980 July 18. Folder 664 (MSE/REE 0017-664)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Patricia Roberts, Austin (TX), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975 January 22. Folder 665 (MSE/REE 0017-665)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Roman Rocek, Vienna, 1973 October 3. Folder 666 (MSE/REE 0017-666)
        TL.
        Roman Rocek (1935-2013) was an Austrian journalist and author.

      • Letter. Susane Rödel, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 March 9. Folder 667 (MSE/REE 0017-667)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Jacques Rossi with Elisabeth Markstein and others, 1987. Folder 668 (MSE/REE 0017-668)
        2 ALsS.
        Jacques Rossi (1909-2004) was a Polish-French writer, who wrote such books as the Gulag Handbook.

      • Correspondence. Hans Rössner, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 669 (MSE/REE 0017-669)
        TLS, TLs (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Josef Rostinsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1998. Folder 670 (MSE/REE 0017-670)
        2 ALsS, 2 APCsS, TPCS, 3 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Greeting Cards. Josef Rostinsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 671 (MSE/REE 0017-671)
        2 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Thomas Rothschild with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-2006. Folder 672 (MSE/REE 0017-672)
        TL, email printout.

      • Letters. Utta Roy-Seifert, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991-1994. Folder 673 (MSE/REE 0017-673)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Correspondence. Irene Rübbert with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995-1999. Folder 674 (MSE/REE 0017-674)
        2 TLsS, email printout.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Rubinstein, Tel Aviv, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 675 (MSE/REE 0017-675)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Lev Rudkevich to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002-2005. Folder 676 (MSE/REE 0017-676)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Letters. Lev Rudkevich to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 677 (MSE/REE 0017-677)
        ALS, 2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Ruge, Frankfurt, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1987. Folder 678 (MSE/REE 0017-678)
        4 TLsS, TPCS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Elisabeth Ruge (b. 1960) is a German editor, publisher, and literary agent.

      • Letter. Jürgen Rühle, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1964 June 12. Folder 679 (MSE/REE 0017-679)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Bernd Rullkötter 1982 July 31. Folder 680 (MSE/REE 0017-680)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to The editors of Russkaia Mysl (magazine) 1979 January 9. Folder 681 (MSE/REE 0017-681)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Heidemarie Salevsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993-1994. Folder 682 (MSE/REE 0017-682)
        2 ALsS, 3 APCsS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Heidemarie Salevsky (b. 1944) is a German translator, author, and professor of translation studies.

      • Letters. Heidemarie Salevsky to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996-2001. Folder 683 (MSE/REE 0017-683)
        APCS, 9 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Heidemarie Salevsky with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003-2004. Folder 684 (MSE/REE 0017-684)
        4 TLsS, 5 email printouts with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a program of events for a conference entitled: "Culture, Interpretation, and Translation."

      • Postcard. Heidemarie Salevsky to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 685 (MSE/REE 0017-685)
        APCS.

      • Letter. Birgit Salzman to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005 July 14. Folder 686 (MSE/REE 0017-686)
        ALS.

      • Postcard. Sergei Sapozhkov to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1988. Folder 687 (MSE/REE 0017-687)
        APCS.

      • Letter. Johann Sattler, Innsbruck (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 April 8. Folder 688 (MSE/REE 0017-688)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Werner Sautter to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976 September 16. Folder 689 (MSE/REE 0017-689)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Michael Scammell, Leonia (NJ), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 March 27. Folder 689A (MSE/REE 0017-689A)
        ALS.
        Michael Scammell (b. 1935) is a British author, biographer, and translator of Slavic literature. See also the correspondence in Series 3 on Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Bruno Schacherl, Rome, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968. Folder 690 (MSE/REE 0017-690)
        TLS, 2 TLs.
        Bruno Schacherl (1920-2015) was an anti-fascist Italian, who worked as a journalist and a translator.

      • Letter. Sieglinde Scheibenbaur to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001. Folder 691 (MSE/REE 0017-691)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. H. Schelesniker, Innsbruck (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 692 (MSE/REE 0017-692)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Herbert Schelesniker (1926-1991) was a professor in the area of Slavic studies at the U. of Innstruck.

      • Letters. Monika Schellenberg, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1990. Folder 693 (MSE/REE 0017-693)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Eugene Scherer, Vienna, 1985 February 6. Folder 694 (MSE/REE 0017-694)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Ingrid Scherer, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992. Folder 695 (MSE/REE 0017-695)
        3 TLsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Manfred Scheuch, Vienna, 1974 January 5. Folder 696 (MSE/REE 0017-696)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Manfred Scheuch (b. 1929) is an Austrian journalist and author.

      • Correspondence. Ulrich and Ingrid Schiller with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1972. Folder 697 (MSE/REE 0017-697)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Jochem Schindler, Vienna, 1992 July 7. Folder 698 (MSE/REE 0017-698)
        TL (printout).
        Jochem Schindler (1944-1994) was an Austrian scholar who taught at the U. of Vienna.

      • Letters. Eva Schirlbauer, Salzburg (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 699 (MSE/REE 0017-699)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letter. Alfred Schmid, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980 November 6. Folder 700 (MSE/REE 0017-700)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Stefan Schmidtke to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002. Folder 701 (MSE/REE 0017-701)
        TLS, TL, email printout.

      • Letters. Hans-Jürgen Schmitt, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968-1969. Folder 702 (MSE/REE 0017-702)
        4 TLsS, 3 TLs.
        Hans-Jürgen Schmitt (b. 1938) is a German journalist and literary critic.

      • Letter. Manfred Schmitz to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 703 (MSE/REE 0017-703)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Marlene Schneebacher to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 704 (MSE/REE 0017-704)
        ALS with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of an invitation to the wedding of Marlene Schneebacher and Michael J. Hurley in Graz, Austria.

      • Correspondence. Jürgen Schopp with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2000. Folder 705 (MSE/REE 0017-705)
        3 email printouts.
        Jürgen Schopp (b. 1946) is a Finnish language and translation scholar.

      • Correspondence. Christel Schreer-Gailing, Darmstadt (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1973. Folder 706 (MSE/REE 0017-706)
        TLs, 3 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Hanna Schubert, Tuttlingen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1978. Folder 707 (MSE/REE 0017-707)
        TLS, TL.

      • Letters. Angelika Schwarz, Frankfurt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994 January 20. Folder 708 (MSE/REE 0017-708)
        TLS.
        Enclosure consists of an invitation to the wedding of Marlene Schneebacher and Michael J. Hurley in Graz, Austria.

      • Letters. Marina Schwartz to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1977. Folder 709 (MSE/REE 0017-709)
        4 ALsS, TLS.
        Marina Schwartz is a friend and colleague of Markstein's, who was involved in translating Russian to English.

      • Correspondence. Marina Schwartz with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1979. Folder 710 (MSE/REE 0017-710)
        4 ALsS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Marina Schwartz to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1989. Folder 711 (MSE/REE 0017-711)
        5 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Marina Schwartz with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992. Folder 712 (MSE/REE 0017-712)
        4 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Marina Schwartz with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993-1994. Folder 713 (MSE/REE 0017-713)
        ALs, TLS, TL.

      • Correspondence. K.D. Seemann, Berlin, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985. Folder 714 (MSE/REE 0017-714)
        TLS, TL.
        Klaus Dieter Seeman is a professor of Russian literature at the Free U. of Berlin.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Dmitri Segal, Jerusalem, 1977-1978. Folder 715 (MSE/REE 0017-715)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Dmitri Segal is a professor of Russian and Slavic Studies at the Hebrew U. in Jerusalem.

      • Letter. Thomas Seifrid, Los Angeles, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 October 10. Folder 716 (MSE/REE 0017-716)
        TLS.
        Thomas Seifrid is a professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the U. of Southern California.

      • Letter. Dan Seligman, Seattle (WA), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 October 18. Folder 717 (MSE/REE 0017-717)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Irene Senenger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 January 22. Folder 718 (MSE/REE 0017-718)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Bernhard Seyr, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 July 2. Folder 719 (MSE/REE 0017-719)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Angelina Shchekin-Krotova to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1967 December 26. Folder 719A (MSE/REE 0017-719A)
        TLS, with enclosure.
        Angelina Vasilevna Shchekin-Krotova (1910-1992) was the widow of the Russian artist Robert Falk (1886-1958); the enclosure deals with various projects relating to Falk.

      • Correspondence. Serafima Shlapoberskaia with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1993. Folder 720 (MSE/REE 0017-720)
        6 ALsS, 3 TLsS.

      • Letters. Serafima Shlapoberskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 721 (MSE/REE 0017-721)
        3 ALsS.

      • Letter. Iekhiel Shraibman, Kishinev (Moldova), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1981 August 25. Folder 722 (MSE/REE 0017-722)
        ALS, with envelope.
        Iekhiel Shraibman (1913-2005) was a Yiddish writer.

      • Letter. Marina Shraibman, Kishinev (Moldova), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-2000. Folder 723 (MSE/REE 0017-723)
        4 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Lev Shtern, Rome, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 724 (MSE/REE 0017-724)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Elena Shubina, Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991. Folder 725 (MSE/REE 0017-725)
        2 TLsS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Henning Sietz, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987. Folder 726 (MSE/REE 0017-726)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Henning Sietz, Hamburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-1988. Folder 727 (MSE/REE 0017-727)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Lena Silard, Budapest, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996 October 30. Folder 728 (MSE/REE 0017-728)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Walter Simon, Istanbul, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 729 (MSE/REE 0017-729)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Walter Simon (1893-1981) was a German-born sinologist. After fleeing Nazi Germany, Simon lived primarily in England and taught at the University of London, but occasionally travelled as a visiting lecturer.

      • Letter. Peter Singer, Princeton (NJ), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002 August 12. Folder 730 (MSE/REE 0017-730)
        Email printout.

      • Letter. Maria Rozanova [Siniavskaia] to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988 July 13. Folder 731 (MSE/REE 0017-731)
        TL.
        Maria Rozanova Siniavskaia (b. 1930) is a publisher, editor, and Soviet-era dissident; she was the wife of writer Andrei Sinyavsky (1925-1997).

      • Letters. Vladmir Skobelev to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1978-1996. Folder 732 (MSE/REE 0017-732)
        4 ALsS, 3 TLsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Mary Snell-Hornby, Vienna, 1990 January 26. Folder 733 (MSE/REE 0017-733)
        TL.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Dr. Sommer, Berlin, 1980 March 14. Folder 734 (MSE/REE 0017-734)
        TL.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to the Soviet Embassy, Vienna 1971, 1973. Folder 735 (MSE/REE 0017-735)
        2 TLs (carbon copies and photocopies).
        The earlier letter protests searches that were conducted, and the 1973 letter protests the denial of a visa; folder includes 2 copies of the 1971 letter and both Russian and German copies of the later letter.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to the Soviet Writers, n.d. Folder 736 (MSE/REE 0017-736)
        TL.
        The letter is entitled an "offener Brief an einige sowjetische Schriftsteller" and argues against changing the name of the city of Stalingrad.

      • Letter. Irmgard Soukup-Unterweger to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 September 13. Folder 737 (MSE/REE 0017-737)
        Email printout.
        Irmgard Soukup-Unterweger is a professional translator and interpreter.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to The Editors of Spectaculum, Frankfurt, 1986 March 3. Folder 738 (MSE/REE 0017-738)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Wolfgang Stadler to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 September 13. Folder 739 (MSE/REE 0017-739)
        ALs, email printout, N.

      • Letter. Darid Staffa, Milan, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975 February 5. Folder 740 (MSE/REE 0017-740)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Dr. Stalzer, 1977 September 17. Folder 741 (MSE/REE 0017-741)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Heinrick Stammler to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 742 (MSE/REE 0017-742)
        TLS.
        Heinrich Stammler (1912-2006) was a professor of Slavic languages and literature.

      • Correspondence. Christine Stangl, Hitzendorf (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 743 (MSE/REE 0017-743)
        TLS, TL (computer printout).

      • Letter. Jana Starek to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006 October 17. Folder 744 (MSE/REE 0017-744)
        Email printout.
        Jana Starek (b. 1954) currently works at the Vienna Wiesenthal Institute for Holocaust Studies. Starek also co-founded and worked for the Internaitonal Helsinki Federation for Human Rights.

      • Correspondence. Jiri Starek, Turin (Italy), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 745 (MSE/REE 0017-745)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Barbara Staudacher, Stuttgart (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1997-1998. Folder 746 (MSE/REE 0017-746)
        ALS, TLS, TL (computer printout).

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Zürich, 1974. Folder 747 (MSE/REE 0017-747)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        The letters are addressed to Anna Peturnig, a pseudonym Markstein used while translating Solzhenitsyn's Gulag Archipelago.

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Zürich, 1975-1976. Folder 748 (MSE/REE 0017-748)
        5 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 749 (MSE/REE 0017-749)
        5 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1978-1980. Folder 750 (MSE/REE 0017-750)
        4 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983. Folder 751 (MSE/REE 0017-751)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Alexander Steininger, Aachen (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1997. Folder 752 (MSE/REE 0017-752)
        7 TLsS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Hilde Stinemann, Zürich, 1991 July 21. Folder 753 (MSE/REE 0017-753)
        TL (computer printout).

      • Letter. Robert Stocker, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 754 (MSE/REE 0017-754)
        TL.

      • Correspondence. Assia Stöckl with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2003-2006. Folder 755 (MSE/REE 0017-755)
        6 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Klara Strada with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980-1987. Folder 756 (MSE/REE 0017-756)
        4 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Vittorio Strada, Venice, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1978. Folder 757 (MSE/REE 0017-757)
        2 ALsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Rudolf Streit-Scherz, Bern (Switzerland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 758 (MSE/REE 0017-758)
        2 TLsS, TL.

      • Correspondence. Students, Volgograd (Russia), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989. Folder 759 (MSE/REE 0017-759)
        2 TLsS, TL.
        12 students signed a collective letter to Markstein, who replied to the group as a whole.

      • Letter. Gabriel Superfin, Bremen (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 July 9. Folder 760 (MSE/REE 0017-760)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Grigorii Svirskii, Jerusalem, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 May-July. Folder 761 (MSE/REE 0017-761)
        3 ALsS, TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Grigorii Svirskii (b. 1921) is a Russian-Canadian writer. Svirskii was born in Russia and served as a pilot in World War II. After the war, he became a journalist and published several books, but was forced to emmigrate to Israel by the Soviet government. In 1975, Svirskii moved to Canada and published a number of novels, short stories and plays and taught Russian literature at the University of Toronto.

      • Correspondence. Grigorii Svirskii, Jerusalem, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 August-December. Folder 762 (MSE/REE 0017-762)
        4 ALsS, TLS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Grigorii Svirskii, Jerusalem, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 763 (MSE/REE 0017-763)
        4 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Grigorii Svirskii with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974-1980. Folder 764 (MSE/REE 0017-764)
        2 ALsS, 4 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), with envelope.

      • Correspondence. Grigorii Svirskii with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 765 (MSE/REE 0017-765)
        5 ALsS, 5 TLsS, TL (carbon copies), with envelope.

      • Correspondence. Vladislav Svitelskii, Voronezh (USSR) with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1982. Folder 766 (MSE/REE 0017-766)
        5 ALsS, 3 TLsS, 2 TLs.
        Vladislav Anatolevich Svitelskii (1940-2005) was a literary specialist and professor of Russian literature at Voronezh State U.

      • Correspondence. Vladislav Svitelskii, Voronezh (USSR), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983-1990. Folder 767 (MSE/REE 0017-767)
        6 ALsS, 3 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Vladislav Svitelskii, Voronezh (Russia), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991. Folder 768 (MSE/REE 0017-768)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 3 TLs.

      • Letter. Vladislav Svitelskii, Voronezh (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1993. Folder 769 (MSE/REE 0017-769)
        6 ALsS, TLS, TL.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Vladislav Svitelskii, n.d. Folder 770 (MSE/REE 0017-770)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Vladislav and Nina Svitelskii to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1989-1992. Folder 771 (MSE/REE 0017-772)
        2 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Richard Sylvester with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976-1980. Folder 772 (MSE/REE 0017-773)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Richard Sylvester is a professor emeritus in Slavic Languages at Colgate University.

      • Letters. Richard Sylvester to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985-1987. Folder 773 (MSE/REE 0017-773)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLsS.

      • Letters. Richard Sylvester to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1997-2000. Folder 774 (MSE/REE 0017-774)
        ALS, 5 email printouts.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Lena Szilárd, Venice, 1997 January 2. Folder 775 (MSE/REE 0017-775)
        TLS.
        Lena Szilárd (b. 1933) is a professor of Russian literature and culture at the U. of Budapest.

      • Letters. Robert Szucsich, Moscow, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998. Folder 776 (MSE/REE 0017-776)
        2 TLsS.
        Robert Szucsich (1940-2015) was a journalist, ethnologist, and diplomat.

      • Letter. Elzbieta Tabakovska, Kraków, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992 January 13. Folder 777 (MSE/REE 0017-777)
        TLS.
        Elzbieta Tabakovska (b. 1942) is a Polish scholar and head of the UNESCO Chair for Translation Studies and Intercultural Communication at the Jagiellonian University.

      • Letter. Paul Tesarek, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002 October 26. Folder 778 (MSE/REE 0017-778)
        TLS.

      • Letters. Claudia Thome to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002-2005. Folder 779 (MSE/REE 0017-779)
        10 email printouts.

      • Correspondence. Tilmann with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988-1999. Folder 780 (MSE/REE 0017-780)
        ALS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Alexandrina Tobos, Ditzingen (Germany) to [Elisabeth Markstein] 2004 April 27. Folder 781 (MSE/REE 0017-781)
        TL.
        Tobos sent this generic letter on behalf of the publisher, Philipp Reclam Junior Verlag.

      • Letters. Gerald Trageiser, Munich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 782 (MSE/REE 0017-782)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letter. Ernst Trummer to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 783 (MSE/REE 0017-783)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Ms. Tyberg-Shake, Innsbruck, 1978 October 16. Folder 784 (MSE/REE 0017-784)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Thomas Überhoff, Hamburg, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1991 May 16. Folder 785 (MSE/REE 0017-785)
        TLS.

      • Letters. Rudi Ullrich to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 786 (MSE/REE 0017-786)
        2 email printouts.

      • Letters. Harald Ulrich, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1993. Folder 787 (MSE/REE 0017-787)
        TLS, fax.

      • Letter. Alexander Ungar, Eisentadt (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 February 18. Folder 788 (MSE/REE 0017-788)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Frederick Ungar, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1972. Folder 789 (MSE/REE 0017-789)
        5 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Frederick Ungar (1898-1988) was the founder of the Frederick Ungar Publishing Company.

      • Correspondence. L. Ungar, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1985. Folder 790 (MSE/REE 0017-790)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Wolfgang Unger, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1990. Folder 791 (MSE/REE 0017-791)
        TLS, TL.

      • Correspondence. University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews (Scotland), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1976. Folder 792 (MSE/REE 0017-792)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        The exchange between Markstein and the U. of St. Andrews consists of a reference for a colleague for a position in the Russian department.

      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 793 (MSE/REE 0017-793)


      • Letters. Valdemar Veber to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995. Folder 794 (MSE/REE 0017-794)
        4 ALsS.
        Valdemar Veber (b. 1944) is a professor of Russian and German poetry; he founded Valdemar Veber Verlag in 2000.

      • Letters. Valdemar Veber to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 795 (MSE/REE 0017-795)
        7 ALsS.

      • Letter. Valdemar Veber to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 796 (MSE/REE 0017-796)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Anatoli Verkhozin to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005. Folder 797 (MSE/REE 0017-797)
        Email printout.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Verzetnitsch, Vienna, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005-2006. Folder 798 (MSE/REE 0017-798)
        TLS, 2 TLs, email printout.
        Fritz Verzetnitsch (b. 1945) is the former president of both the European Trade Union Confederation from 1993-2003 and the Austrian Trade Union Federation from 1987-2006.

      • Correspondence. The Municipal Government of Vienna with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972-1976. Folder 799 (MSE/REE 0017-799)
        3 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Vladimir Vishniak, Manchester (England), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1988. Folder 800 (MSE/REE 0017-800)
        ALS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Evgenii Vladimirskii with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969. Folder 801 (MSE/REE 0017-801)
        ALS, 4 TLs.

      • Correspondence. Karl Vogelmann, Kennelbach (Austria), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 802 (MSE/REE 0017-802)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Voronezh State University (Russia), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1992. Folder 803 (MSE/REE 0017-803)
        2 TLsS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a conference program; Markstein was presenting a talk on Platonov.

      • Letters. Vanda Vorovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, 1947-1983. Folder 804 (MSE/REE 0017-804)
        5 ALsS, with envelope.
        Vanda Cheslavovna Vorovskaia (1926-2008) was the granddaughter of the well known revolutionary, Vatslav Vorovskii. Her father was Mechislav Kozlovskii, and she married IOrii Rybakov, who was the main editor of the journal Teatr.

      • Letters. Vanda Vorovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1984-1987. Folder 805 (MSE/REE 0017-805)
        7 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Vanda Vorovskaia with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1991. Folder 806 (MSE/REE 0017-806)
        8 ALsS, 2 TLs.

      • Letters. Vanda Vorovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1997. Folder 807 (MSE/REE 0017-807)
        6 ALsS.

      • Letters. Vanda Vorovskaia to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 808 (MSE/REE 0017-808)
        2 ALsS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, on behalf of Vanda Vorovskaia, 1986 May. Folder 808A (MSE/REE 0017-808A)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).
        The letters are addressed to Manfred Harl of the Austrian embassy in Moscow and to the chief of the otdel viz i registratsii also in Moscow.

      • Letter. Mariia Voznesenskaia, Moscow, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 809 (MSE/REE 0017-809)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Maria Wagner-Lackner to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2002-2005. Folder 810 (MSE/REE 0017-810)
        ALS, 2 email printouts.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Waldmann, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 811 (MSE/REE 0017-811)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Brigitte Walter, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994 December 14. Folder 812 (MSE/REE 0017-812)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Otto Walter with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968-1977. Folder 813 (MSE/REE 0017-813)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Weber, Bonn (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989 January 9. Folder 814 (MSE/REE 0017-814)
        TLS.
        Elisabeth Weber (b. 1959) is a German author and scholar, currently teaching German literature at UC-Santa Barbara.

      • Letter. Thomas Wedling, Seefeld (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1998 January 22. Folder 815 (MSE/REE 0017-815)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Hans Weichselbaum, Salzburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970-1971. Folder 816 (MSE/REE 0017-816)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs, with enclosure.
        Hans Weichselbaum (b. 1946) is the former director of the Salzburg Literature Forum Reading Lamp. The enclosure consists of a list of lectures presented by this literary forum from 1967 through 1971.

      • Correspondence. Franziska Weidner, Hamburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974. Folder 817 (MSE/REE 0017-817)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Claudie Weill, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 January 4. Folder 818 (MSE/REE 0017-818)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Helmut Weinberger with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2004-2006. Folder 819 (MSE/REE 0017-819)
        2 email printouts.
        Helmut Weinberger (b. 1964) is a professor of Slavic linguistics at the University of Innsbruck.

      • Letter. Eva Weisz, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990 March 2. Folder 820 (MSE/REE 0017-820)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Wolfgang Weitlaner to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2001 May 19. Folder 821 (MSE/REE 0017-821)
        Email printout.

      • Letters. Diana Wiedra, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2000. Folder 822 (MSE/REE 0017-822)
        2 TLsS.
        Diana Wiedra (b. 1945) is a journalist and translator.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Wiener Tagebuch 1970 August 14. Folder 823 (MSE/REE 0017-823)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. E. Wittkowsky, Moscow, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1995 June 2. Folder 824 (MSE/REE 0017-824)
        ALS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Otto Wladika, Vienna, 1972 March 11. Folder 825 (MSE/REE 0017-825)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Ruth Wodak to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1992-1994. Folder 826 (MSE/REE 0017-826)
        TLS, 2 TLs.
        Ruth Wodak (b. 1950) is a professor emeritus at Lancaster University with a specializatoin in discourse studies.

      • Correspondence. Gert Woener, Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974-1987. Folder 827 (MSE/REE 0017-827)
        6 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Thomas Wohlfahrt, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 January 14. Folder 828 (MSE/REE 0017-828)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Mois Woldan with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979-1993. Folder 829 (MSE/REE 0017-829)
        4 ALsS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Britta Wollenneber, Cologne, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1996. Folder 830 (MSE/REE 0017-830)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Basile Yakovlev, Geneva, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1975-1976. Folder 831 (MSE/REE 0017-831)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Basile Yakovlev was the head of the United Nations staff committee.

      • Letter. Claudia Zecher to [Elisabeth Markstein], 2004 November 16. Folder 832 (MSE/REE 0017-832)
        Email Printout.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to John Zeimer, 1988 April 12. Folder 833 (MSE/REE 0017-833)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Die Zeit, Hamburg, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 834 (MSE/REE 0017-834)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Die Zeit is a German newspaper first published in 1946; it is a weekly which strives to be a national newspaper or serial.

      • Letters. Nancy Zeller to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1977-1980. Folder 835 (MSE/REE 0017-835)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Karl Zerner, Vienna, 1980 November 10. Folder 836 (MSE/REE 0017-836)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Rosemarie Ziegler, Vienna, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1979 August 8. Folder 837 (MSE/REE 0017-837)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Helmut Zilk, n.d. Folder 838 (MSE/REE 0017-838)
        TL.
        Helmut Zilk (1927-2008) was an Austrain politician and the mayor of Vienna from 1984-1994.

      • Letter. Rudolf Zimmermann, Düsseldorf (Germany), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1983 September 13. Folder 839 (MSE/REE 0017-839)
        TLS.

      • Letter. V. Zusman, Nizhny Novgorod (Russia), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1993 May 21. Folder 840 (MSE/REE 0017-840)
        ALS.

      • Letters. Katia Zvorykina to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1967-1969. Folder 841 (MSE/REE 0017-841)
        2 ALsS, 3 TLsS, with envelope.

      • Letter. Elisbeth Zylla, Berlin, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2005 December 2. Folder 842 (MSE/REE 0017-842)
        TLS.
        Elisabeth Zylla works for the Heinrich Böll Foundation.

      • Correspondence. Elisbeth Zylla with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 2006. Folder 843 (MSE/REE 0017-843)
        5 email printouts.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Alejandro (?), 1999-2000. Folder 844 (MSE/REE 0017-844)
        TL, email printout.

      • Letter. Alicia (?), Austin (TX), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, n.d. Folder 845 (MSE/REE 0017-845)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Egon (?), 1969. Folder 846 (MSE/REE 0017-846)
        TL.

      • Letter. Gerhard (?), Warsaw, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 847 (MSE/REE 0017-847)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Letter. Günter (?), Moscow, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1972. Folder 848 (MSE/REE 0017-848)
        3 TLsS.

      • Letters. Ingrid (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 849 (MSE/REE 0017-849)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Irma and Fritz (?) with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca 1980s-1990s. Folder 850 (MSE/REE 0017-850)
        3 ALsS, TL.

      • Letters. Johann (?), Salzburg (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 851 (MSE/REE 0017-851)
        2 TLsS.

      • Letters. Karin (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1980s. Folder 852 (MSE/REE 0017-852)
        2 ALsS.

      • Letters. Martina (?), Innsbruck (Austria), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1980. Folder 853 (MSE/REE 0017-853)
        2 ALsS.

      • Correspondence. Mascha (?), Munich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1986-1988. Folder 854 (MSE/REE 0017-854)
        2 ALsS, TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Nancy (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999. Folder 855 (MSE/REE 0017-855)
        2 ALsS.
        Though we do not have a surname, from Catherine Markstein, we know that Nancy was a student of Elisabeth Markstein's at the U. of Texas at Austin.

      • Correspondence. Nina (?), Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1990. Folder 855A (MSE/REE 0017-855A)
        TLS, TL (computer printout).

      • Letters. Sissi (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1987-1992. Folder 856 (MSE/REE 0017-856)
        ALS, 4 APCsS.
        Once again, from Catherine Markstein, we know that Sissi is a former student of her mother.

      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 857 (MSE/REE 0017-857)


      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 858 (MSE/REE 0017-858)


      • Letters. Tania and Georges (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1989-1991 (?). Folder 859 (MSE/REE 0017-859)
        2 ALsS.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Tanja (?), 1978. Folder 860 (MSE/REE 0017-860)
        3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein to "My Dear Toni," 1974 January 23. Folder 860A (MSE/REE 0017-860A)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Ulla (?) to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1994. Folder 861 (MSE/REE 0017-861)
        ALS, TLS.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein to "Dear Friends," 1977 December 18. Folder 862 (MSE/REE 0017-862)
        TL (carbon copy)

      • Letters. Unidentified author(s) to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 863 (MSE/REE 0017-863)
        27 ALsS, 11 APCsS, ANS, AN, 9 TLsS, TPCS, 11 TLs, PC.

      • Correspondence. Unidentified author(s) with Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 864 (MSE/REE 0017-864)
        16 ALsS, 3 APCsS, 2 ANsS, 16 TLsS, 15 TLs, 2 TNs.

      • Correspondence. Unidentified author(s) with Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 865 (MSE/REE 0017-865)
        25 ALsS, 9 APCsS, ANS, 11 TLsS, 14 TLs, with envelope.

      • Correspondence. Unidentified author(s) with Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 866 (MSE/REE 0017-866)
        20 ALsS, 12 APCsS, 3 ANs, 9 TLsS, 14 TLs, with envelope, with enclosure.

  • Series 3: Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn 
    • Subseries 1 -- Introduction
       
      • Elisabeth Markstein. Notes on meetings with A. I. Solzhenitsyn, 1967 December-1970 February. Folder 867 (MSE/REE 0017-867)
        9 leaves, typed.
        These notes, compiled by Markstein, touch upon several meetings with Solzhenitsyn in Moscow; Solzhenitsyn at that time was increasingly harrassed by the KGB as his work was being published in the West.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Notes Moscow, 1967 December. Folder 868 (MSE/REE 0017-868)
        Handwritten notes on paper of various sizes, with envelope.

      • Document. Power of attorney, 1969 August 25. Folder 869 (MSE/REE 0017-869)
        1 leaf, 2 pages.
        Letter in which Solzhenitsyn confers power of attorney on Markstein with regard to handling such literary works as In the First Circle. Letter was notarized in Vienna.

      • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Biographical notes, 1970 February. Folder 870 (MSE/REE 0017-870)
        Handwritten notes on 1 page.
        Biographical notes in Solzhenitsyn's own hand given to Markstein.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Notes Solzhenitsyn, 1970 February. Folder 871 (MSE/REE 0017-871)
        Handwritten notes, 4 pages on 1 folded sheet, with envelope.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Notes Moscow, 1970 October 17-30. Folder 872 (MSE/REE 0017-872)
        Handwritten notes, 7 leaves, with envelope.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Notes, n.d. Folder 872A (MSE/REE 0017-872A)
        3 items, 4 pages on 1 folded sheet plus 2 other papers (various sizes).
        These handwritten notes may or may not be related to the Solzhenitsyn materials.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. List of accounts, 1969-1974. Folder 873 (MSE/REE 0017-873)
        36 pages (carbon copies).
        Markstein's expense accounts with regard to Solzhenitsyn and Dr.Fritz Heeb, the Swiss lawyer who represented Solzhenitsyn in the West.

      • Airline tickets, itineraries, baggage claim stubs, etc. 1969-1974. Folder 874 (MSE/REE 0017-874)
        21 items.

      • Receipts, 1969-1974. Folder 874A (MSE/REE 0017-874A)
        92 items.

    • Subseries 2: Solzhenitsyn Correspondence 
      Letters from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb are usually enclosures or attachments, and they are translated from Russian to German by Markstein.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 March-April. Folder 875 (MSE/REE 0017-875)
        5 TLs (carbon copies), 2 TLsS, with 2 enclosures.
        Elisabeth Borchers (1926-2013) was a German writer, translator, and editor; at this time in her life she was working for Luchterhand Verlag, who was publishing Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 May-July. Folder 876 (MSE/REE 0017-876)
        5 TLs (carbon copies), 5 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 September-December. Folder 877 (MSE/REE 0017-877)
        3 TLs (carbon copies), 5 TLsS.
        Borchers's letter of December 23 is incomplete.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 January-April. Folder 878 (MSE/REE 0017-878)
        Telegram, 5 TLs (carbon copies), 4 TLsS, with 2 enclosures.
        Enclosures include a letter of Max Reinhardt of the publisher Bodley Head to Borchers (dated 12/30/68) raising questions about publication rights.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 May-July. Folder 879 (MSE/REE 0017-879)
        5 TLs (carbon copies), 9 TLsS, with enclosure.

      • Letters. Natalia Solzhenitsyn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 June 19. Folder 880 (MSE/REE 0017-880)
        TLS, APCS, with enclosure.
        The enclosure consists of a photograph, and the APCS is a new year's greeting.

      • Letter. Zhores Medvedev, Obninsk (Russia), to Christian Bourgois, Paris, 1969 June. Folder 881 (MSE/REE 0017-881)
        TLS (photocopy).
        This letter of Zhores Medvedev (b. 1925) protesting the publishing practices of GRANI may have been an enclosure or attachment.

      • Correspondence. Dominique de Rous, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 June. Folder 882 (MSE/REE 0017-882)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Dominique de Roux (1935-1977) was a French writer and publisher, involved in publishing the works of Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Georges Nivat, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 July-September. Folder 883 (MSE/REE 0017-883)
        ALS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Georges Nivat (1935-2000) was a French literary historian and specialist in Russian studies; he became involved in translating several of Solzhenitsyn's works.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 September-November. Folder 884 (MSE/REE 0017-884)
        2 TLsS, with enclosure, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Fritz Heeb (1911-1994) was a Swiss Lawyer and politician who represented Solzhenitsyn's interests in the West.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Patricia Blake, 1969 December. Folder 885 (MSE/REE 0017-885)
        TL (carbon copy), TLS.
        Patricia Blake is a journalist and Russian scholar. Folder includes Blake's letter to Georges Haupt, asking for an introduction to Markstein in order to pursue her study of Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 December. Folder 886 (MSE/REE 0017-886)
        TLS, with 2 enclosures, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        The enclosures with Fritz Heeb's letter of 12/19 are letters to Luchterhand Publishing with regard to such matters as Bodley Head and the Slovak journalist, Pavel Licko.

      • Correspondence. Michel Tatu, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969-1970 January. Folder 887 (MSE/REE 0017-887)
        TLS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Michel Tatu (1933-2012) was a French scholar of Russian and a journalist most closely associated with the newspaper Le Monde.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 August-December. Folder 888 (MSE/REE 0017-888)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 November-1970 January. Folder 889 (MSE/REE 0017-889)
        2 ALsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Jean-Jacques Marie (b. 1937) is a French historian, who specializes in Soviet history. The correspondence focuses upon the translation of Solzhenitsyn's poem Prussian Nights.

      • Letters. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to the editors of the weekly Zeit (Hamburg) and to Max Reinhardt, London, 1970 January 12. Folder 890 (MSE/REE 0017-890)
        2 TLsS, with enclosure.

      • Letters. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Hermann Luchterhand (Publishing), Neuwied, and to Michel Tatu, Paris, 1970 January 26. Folder 891 (MSE/REE 0017-891)
        2 TLsS, with enclosure.
        Enclosures include a "communiqué" on Solzhenitsyn and a photocopy of a newspaper article on Solzhenitsyn's play Banquet of Victors..

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 January. Folder 892 (MSE/REE 0017-892)
        2 TLsS, with enclosures, TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 January-February. Folder 893 (MSE/REE 0017-893)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, 3 TLs (carbon copies), telegram, ALS.
        One of Blake's enclosures is a draft of an article on Solzhenitsyn for Time Magazine. One of the TLs is from Heinz Markstein to Blake, and the ALS is a letter to Markstein from Max Hayward care of Patricia Blake.

      • Correspondence. Christa Zavelberg, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 January-February. Folder 894 (MSE/REE 0017-894)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Zavelberg was employed by Luchterhand publishing.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Heinz Markstein, Vienna, 1970 February 16. Folder 895 (MSE/REE 0017-895)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 February. Folder 896 (MSE/REE 0017-896)
        2 TLs (carbon copies), TLS, with enclosures.
        Enclosures include correspondence with Bodley Head and typescript copies of the 1967 letters from Solzhenitsyn to Pavel Licko.

      • Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 February-March. Folder 897 (MSE/REE 0017-897)
        TL (carbon copy), ALS.
        Letters focus on the translation of Solzhenitsyn's poem Prussian Nights.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 February-March. Folder 898 (MSE/REE 0017-898)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letters. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Patricia Blake, New York, 1970 February-March. Folder 899 (MSE/REE 0017-899)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures.
        Enclosures include letters to Michel Tatu and Max Reinhardt as well as an Heeb's "explanation" or "clarification" in the matter of A. Solzhenitsyn; the "explanation" or "clarification" outlines Heeb's role on behalf of the author.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Possev (Publishing), Frankfurt, 1970 March 5. Folder 900 (MSE/REE 0017-900)
        TLS.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 March. Folder 901 (MSE/REE 0017-901)
        4 TLsS, with enclosures, 2 TLs.
        Enclosures include information from Max Reinhardt and David Burg and a letter of Michael Scammell to Heeb. Enclosures also include correspondence with Elizabeth Borchers (Luchterhand Verlag), Dr. Ostrowsky (Possev Verlag), Francis Esmenard (Editions Albin Michel), as well as the Luchterhand contract for Cancer Ward.

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 March-December. Folder 902 (MSE/REE 0017-902)
        10 TLsS, 3 TLs.
        Letters revolve around David Burg, Pavel Licko, and articles Blake was writing on Solzhenitsyn for Time.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Don Carlo Vigorelli, Rome, 1970 April 4. Folder 903 (MSE/REE 0017-903)
        TLS.
        Letter concerns the unauthorized publication of Solzhenitsyn's play, Svecha na vetru by "Il Dramma."

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Peter Härtling, Frankfurt, 1970 April 13. Folder 904 (MSE/REE 0017-904)
        TLS.
        Härtling (b. 1933) at this time was the managing director of Fischer Verlag.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 April. Folder 905 (MSE/REE 0017-905)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures include a letter from Lord Bethell to Max Reinhardt, a draft agreement between Solzhenitsyn and Bodley Head, and a statement of accounts.

      • Letters. Martin Rosen, London, et al. to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 April. Folder 906 (MSE/REE 0017-906)
        2 TLsS, TL (photocopies).
        Rosen inquires about motion picture rights for Solzhenitsyn's First Circle; other letters in the folder from Nicholson and Du Mont are unrelated.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Anna Stolz, Neuwied, 1970 April-May. Folder 907 (MSE/REE 0017-907)
        TLS, TL.
        Anna Stolz at this time was employed by Luchterhand publishing.

      • Letters. Michael Scammell, Surrey (England), Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 April-June. Folder 908 (MSE/REE 0017-908)
        2 TLsS.

      • Correspondence. Anna Stolz with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 April-November. Folder 909 (MSE/REE 0017-909)
        5 TLsS, with enclosure, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Anna Stolz worked for Luchterhand publishing; the enclosure consists of a licensing agreement.

      • Letters. To Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 May. Folder 910 (MSE/REE 0017-910)
        2 TLsS.
        One of the letters is from Britta Kümmel of Danmarks Radio, Denmark's national broadcasting corporation, and the other is from Renate Bialy of San Diego State College.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 May. Folder 911 (MSE/REE 0017-911)
        3 TLsS, with enclosure, TLS.
        Enclosure consists of a translation of Solzhenitsyn's letter dated May 12 concerning his contract with Bodley Head.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Max Reinhardt, London, 1970 March-June. Folder 912 (MSE/REE 0017-912)
        4 TLsS, TLS.
        Max Reinhardt (1915-2002) worked as a publisher for Bodley Head.

      • Letters. To Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 April-May. Folder 913 (MSE/REE 0017-913)
        2 TLsS.
        One of the letters is from Nicholas Lord Bethell (1938-2007), who worked with Bodley Head as a translator; the other is from Peter Härtling (b. 1933), a German writer and poet, who worked for Fischer Verlag.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell, Surrey (England) with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 May-August. Folder 914 (MSE/REE 0017-914)
        5 ALsS, TLS, 6 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 June-July. Folder 915 (MSE/REE 0017-915)
        6 TLsS, with enclosures, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures with Heeb's letter of June 25 include photocopies of an agreement and of correspondence with the publishers, Luchterhand and Julliard.

      • Correspondence. Franz Grützback, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 June. Folder 916 (MSE/REE 0017-916)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Grützback is writing here on behalf of Heinrich Böll; at times he provides his given name as Franz, at other times as Frank.

      • This folder is not in use.  Folder 917 (MSE/REE 0017-917)


      • Letter. To Christian Bourgois, Paris, n.d. Folder 918 (MSE/REE 0017-918)
        TLS (photocopy).
        The letter which has to do with translating Solzhenitsyn was sent from Yalta in the Crimea; however, the signature is illegible.

      • Letter. Anastasia Nikolaevna Artemova, Frankfurt, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1970 July 20. Folder 919 (MSE/REE 0017-919)
        TLS (photocopy).
        The letter concerns A. N. Artemova's work on the 6-volume edition of Solzhenitsyn published by Possev Verlag in 1971.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 August. Folder 920 (MSE/REE 0017-920)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 September. Folder 921 (MSE/REE 0017-921)
        3 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Enclosures include correspondence with Lord Bethell and with the attorney Anthony Curto, concerning the 1968 Bodley Head contract with Max Reinhardt as well as the September 2, 1970 draft agreement with Bodley Head.

      • License Agreements. Luchterhand Verlag et al., 1970 August-September. Folder 922 (MSE/REE 0017-922)
        2 agreements (photocopies).
        The agreements are between Luchterhand Publishing and the Swedish Wahlstrom and Widstrand as well as the French Rene Julliard. These agreements were probably enclosures.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell, Surrey (England), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 September-1971 January. Folder 923 (MSE/REE 0017-923)
        5 ALsS, 6 TLs (carbon ocopies).

      • Letter. Erich Guravets (?), Munich, to Ernst Zmarzly, 1970 October 2. Folder 924 (MSE/REE 0017-924)
        TLS (photocopy).
        The sender of the letter is offering his services as a translator.

      • Letter. Anna Stolz to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 October 7. Folder 925 (MSE/REE 0017-925)
        TL (photocopy).

      • Letter. Ekaterina Ferdinandovna Svetlova to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 October 30. Folder 926 (MSE/REE 0017-926)
        ALS, with envelope.
        Svetlova was Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's mother-in-law.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 October. Folder 927 (MSE/REE 0017-927)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Natalia Solzhenitsyn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 October. Folder 928 (MSE/REE 0017-928)
        2 ALsS.
        Natalia Dmitrievna Solzhenitsyn (b. 1939) was Solzhenitsyn's wife.

      • Letter. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 October 14. Folder 929 (MSE/REE 0017-929)
        AL.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 November-December. Folder 930 (MSE/REE 0017-930)
        2 TLsS, with enclosures, 3 TLs (carbon copies.
        Enclosures include letters from Swiss and Finnish radio stations as well as a letter from Anna Stolz (Luchterhand).

      • Letter. Nils K. Stahle, Stockholm, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1970 December 2. Folder 931 (MSE/REE 0017-931)
        TLS.
        Stahle was the director of the Nobel Foundation.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 December. Folder 932 (MSE/REE 0017-932)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, TL (carbon copy).
        Enclosures include a copy of a letter in German by Solzhenitsyn dated November 27, 1970 and dealing with the Nobel Foundation as well as correspondence with Langen-Müller Verlag.

      • License Agreements. Luchterhand Verlag et al., 1970 November-December. Folder 933 (MSE/REE 0017-933)
        3 agreements (photocopies).
        The agreements are between Luchterhand Publishing and Dutch, Spanish, and Danish firms. These agreements were probably enclosures.

      • Correspondence. Stepan N. Tatischeff, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 934 (MSE/REE 0017-934)
        5 ALsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).
        Stepan Nikolaevich Tatishcheff (1935-1985) was closely involved in Solzhenitsyn's works being published in the West. From 1971 to 1974, he was the cultural attache of the French embassy in Moscow, which became a means of smuggling Solzhenitsyn's work to the West. He also played a role in connecting Solzhenitsyn with Nikita Struve. His code name in the letters is "Emil," while Struve's is "Kolia."

      • Correspondence. Nikita A. Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 935 (MSE/REE 0017-935)
        3 ALsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Nikita Alekseevich Struve (b. 1931) taught Russian at the Sorbonne and was the director of the YMCA publishing house.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970. Folder 936 (MSE/REE 0017-936)
        6 TLsS, with enclosure, 8 TLs (carbon copies).
        The German writer Elisabeth Borchers (1926-2013) was working for Luchterhand Publishing at this time; the enclosure, attached to her letter for April 27, was from Radio Free Berlin.

      • General and Additional Agreements. Between Fritz Heeb, Zürich, and Luchterhand Verlag, 1970. Folder 937 (MSE/REE 0017-937)
        5 items.
        These agreements had probably been enclosures.

      • Letters. To Heinrcih Böll, Cologne, ca. 1970. Folder 938 (MSE/REE 0017-938)
        2 ALsS.
        These letters from Hiroshi Kimura and Y. Nakayama were directed to Böll in regard to Japanese translations of The First Circle. Böll would send these translations to Lev Kopelev in Moscow, who would pass them on to Solzhenitsyn.

      • Letter. Barbara Markstein to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1970. Folder 938A (MSE/REE 0017-938A)
        ALS.
        Barbara Markstein (1953-1998) passes some information on to her mother after a trip to Moscow; there are several references to Solzhenitsyn, Kolya (Nikita Struve), and others.

      • Explanation. With regard to Alexander Solzhenitsyn, ca. 1970. Folder 939 (MSE/REE 0017-939)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Explanation with regard to legal authorization to represent Solzhenitsyn; item had probably been an enclosure.

      • Correspondence. Gideon Hauser, Jerusalem, with Alan Schwartz, New York, 1970 December-February 1971. Folder 940 (MSE/REE 0017-940)
        3 TLsS.
        Discussion revolves around Israfilm and the possibility of making a film of The First Circle.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1970. Folder 941 (MSE/REE 0017-941)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs, with enclosure, (carbon copies).
        Enclosure consists of a proposal for a book on Solzhenitsyn.

      • Licensing Agreements. Luchterhand Verlag et al., 1970-1971. Folder 942 (MSE/REE 0017-942)
        4 agreements with 1 TLS (photocopies).
        The TLS is from Farrar, Straus, and Giroux with regard to a licensing agreement with Luchterhand publishing.

      • Correspondence. "Klara" (?) with Elisabeth Markstein, 1970-1971. Folder 942A (MSE/REE 0017-942A)
        3 ALsS, 6 TLs (4 carbon copies).
        "Klara" appears to be a pseudonym, and the correspondence, which appears to revolve around publication rights, are coded.

      • Correspondence. Gideon Hausner, Jerusalem, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 January. Folder 943 (MSE/REE 0017-943)
        TL (carbon copy), TLS (photocopy), with enclosure.
        Letters revolve around Israfilm's intention of making a film of The First Circle; enclosure consists of a copy of a Berlin newspaper article on the same matter.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 January. Folder 944 (MSE/REE 0017-944)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures include letters from Roger Straus (Farrar, Straus, and Giroux) and Max Reinhardt (Bodley Head), a letter from the Nobel Foundation, and a photocopy of a letter by Solzhenitsyn to Heeb dated January 14, 1971.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Roger Straus, New York, 1971 January-February. Folder 945 (MSE/REE 0017-945)
        2 TLsS (copies).
        Roger Straus worked as an editor for Farrar, Straus, and Giroux.

      • Letter. Alan Schwartz, New York, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich , 1971 February 1. Folder 946 (MSE/REE 0017-946)
        TLS (photocopy).
        Schwartz, a NY attorney, touches upon various matters: Israfilm, Bodley Head, the YMCA press in Paris, etc.

      • Correspondence. Joan Daves, New York, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 February 3. Folder 947 (MSE/REE 0017-947)
        2 TLsS (photocopies), with enclosure.
        Joan Daves (1919-1997) was a literary agent recommended to Heeb by Heinrich Böll; enclosure consists of a short newspaper article from The Guardian about Solzhenitsyn's forthcoming book August 1914.

      • Correspondence. Nikita Struve, Paris, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 February. Folder 948 (MSE/REE 0017-948)
        TLS, ALS (copies).
        The letters concern the publication of August 1914 in Russian by the YMCA press.
      • Correspondence. Anthony Curto, New York, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 February 8. Folder 949 (MSE/REE 0017-949)
        2 TLsS (copies).
        Heeb addresses the matter of adapting The First Circle for the stage to Curto, an attorney for Harper and Row. Curto's letter apparently refers to Olga Carlisle.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 February. Folder 950 (MSE/REE 0017-950)
        6 TLsS, with enclosures, 6 TLs (carbon copies).
        Folder includes Markstein's translation of Solzhenitsyn's brief biography for the Nobel Foundation and a photocopy of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb, marked Nr. 1 again with Markstein's translation. Folder also includes copies of Heeb's correspondence with N. Struve, A. Curto, A. Schwartz, and G. Nivat.

      • Letters. To Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 February. Folder 951 (MSE/REE 0017-951)
        2 TLsS, (copies).
        Folder includes letters from Max Reinhardt (Bodley Head) and from Dominique de Roux (1935-1977), a French writer and publisher.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 February-March. Folder 952 (MSE/REE 0017-952)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Ute Fischer, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 March 3. Folder 953 (MSE/REE 0017-953)
        TLS, with enclosure.
        Ute Fischer worked for Luchterhand publishing; the enclosure consists of an ad for a new translation of Solzhenitsyn's Sluchai na stantsii Krechetovka.

      • Letter. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 March 30. Folder 953A (MSE/REE 0017-953A)
        TL.
        The letter was torn and then taped together.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 March. Folder 954 (MSE/REE 0017-954)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs, with enclosures.
        Heeb's enclosures revolve around the Israfilm matter, and Markstein's enclosures contain a photocopy of letter Nr. 2 of Solzhenitsyn to Heeb dated March 2, 1971, as well as her translation. Folder also includes correspondence with M. Reinhardt (Bodley Head), A. Schwartz, and G. Hausner.

      • Letters. To Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 March-April. Folder 955 (MSE/REE 0017-955)
        4 TLsS, (photocopies).
        One of these letters is from Christian Bourgois of the Paris publishing house, Rene Julliard; the signature on 2 letters from Luchterhand publishing is illegible; the last letter is from Michael Nicholson of the U. of Essex.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 April. Folder 956 (MSE/REE 0017-956)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Two of the carbons are Markstein's translations of letters written by Solzhenitsyn to Heeb.

      • Letter. Anna Stolz, Neuwied, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 April 14. Folder 957 (MSE/REE 0017-957)
        TLS.

      • Letter. Michael Scammell, Surrey, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 May 27. Folder 958 (MSE/REE 0017-958)
        TLS (copy).
        In this letter Scammell weighs in on Bodley Head, translations, Dolberg, Licko, Lord Bethell, and other matters revolving around Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna 1971 May. Folder 959 (MSE/REE 0017-959)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb, marked No. 4, dated May 15, 1971, and translated by Markstein, and of Solzenitsyn's letter to P.E., also translated.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna 1971 June. Folder 960 (MSE/REE 0017-960)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb, marked No. 6, dated June 20, 1971, and translated by Markstein, as well as an announcement of the YMCA press publication of August 1914.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 July. Folder 961 (MSE/REE 0017-961)
        2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb, marked No. 7, dated July 6, 1971, and translated by Markstein; the letter concerns unauthorized biographies published in the West.

      • Letters. To Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 July. Folder 962 (MSE/REE 0017-962)
        6 TLsS, (copies).
        Folder includes letters from Alan Schwartz, Lord Bethell, and John Ervin (U. of Minnesota). Bethell's letter concerns his trip to Moscow, his visit with Solzhenitsyn, and the author's reaction to the publication Private Eye. Ervin's letter concerns the publication of an English-language version of Candle in the Wind.

      • Correspondence. Herbert Fleissner, Munich, with Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 July. Folder 963 (MSE/REE 0017-963)
        2 TLsS, (copies).
        Herbert Fleissner (b. 1928) is a German lawyer and publisher; the letter has to do with the translator, Pietro Zveteremic.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Karin Königseder, Paris, 1971 July 15. Folder 964 (MSE/REE 0017-964)
        TLS, (copy).

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to the editors of the "Evening Paper," 1971 July 19. Folder 965 (MSE/REE 0017-965)
        TL, (copy).
        Heeb asks the newspaper to correct a misleading article with regard to Fleissner.

      • Letter. Patricia Blake, New York, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1971 July 28. Folder 966 (MSE/REE 0017-966)
        TLS (photocopy), with enclosures.
        Blake brings to Heeb's attention several newspaper articles dealing with Lord Bethell, Licko, and an article that appeared in the publication Private Eye.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 August. Folder 967 (MSE/REE 0017-967)
        3 TLsS, with enclosures, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures include copies of letters from Alan Schwartz and from Alec Flegon, who accuses Heeb of "complete irresponsibility"; Flegon (1924-2003) was a controversial publisher of samizdat literature.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Max Reinhardt, London, 1971 August 31. Folder 968 (MSE/REE 0017-968)
        TLS (copy).
        Letter deals with the Flegon controversy.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to V.V., 1971 August 7. Folder 969 (MSE/REE 0017-969)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to unknown correspondents, 1971 September 4. Folder 969A (MSE/REE 0017-969A)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 September. Folder 970 (MSE/REE 0017-970)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy); with enclosures.
        Markstein's TL includes the translation of a letter from Alec Flegon to Solzhenitsyn, and Heeb's TLS includes another letter from Flegon addressed to him.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, with Kosta Gavras, Paris, 1971 September-1972, January. Folder 971 (MSE/REE 0017-971)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Konstantinos Gavras (b. 1933) is a Greek-French film director and producer.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 October. Folder 972 (MSE/REE 0017-972)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        Enclosures consist of a copy of Solzhenitsyn's will, dated March 22, 1971, together with Markstein's translation of it.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Antje Friedrich, Neuwied, 1971 November 15. Folder 973 (MSE/REE 0017-973)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Antje Friedrich worked for Luchterhand publishing.

      • Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 974 (MSE/REE 0017-974)
        2 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        The letters concern the translation of Solzhenitsyn's works into French.

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 975 (MSE/REE 0017-975)
        14 TLsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).
        Blake's letters revolve around August 1914 -- whether the mss is already in the West and who will publish it.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 November. Folder 976 (MSE/REE 0017-976)
        3 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Markstein's enclosures include the translation of a letter from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb dated November 12, 1971, as well as an announcement about the publication of August 1914.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971 December. Folder 977 (MSE/REE 0017-977)
        4 TLsS, TL (carbon copy); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of Solzhenitsyn's letters to Heeb numbered 14 and 15 (dated November 28 and December 1 respectively) as well as copies of 2 telegrams from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb. The letters concern the matter of Alec Flegon and Langen Müller Verlag.

      • Correspondence. Stepan Tatischeff with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 978 (MSE/REE 0017-978)
        6 ALsS, 5 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Stepan Nikita A. Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 979 (MSE/REE 0017-979)
        6 ALsS, with enclosure, 12 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosure consists of a letter directed to Solzhenitsyn and his wife.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell, Surrey (England), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 980 (MSE/REE 0017-980)
        2 ALsS, APCS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Agreements. Between Fritz Heeb, Zürich, and Luchterhand Verlag, 1971. Folder 981 (MSE/REE 0017-981)
        2 items.
        Agreements were probably enclosures.

      • Licensing Agreements. Between Luchterhand Verlag et al., 1971. Folder 982 (MSE/REE 0017-982)
        2 items.
        Licensing agreements were between Japanese and Brazilian publishers and Luchterhand.

      • Correspondence. Vadim and Olga Andreev, Geneva, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971. Folder 983 (MSE/REE 0017-983)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Vadim Leonidovich Andreev (1902-1976) was a Russian writer and poet and the son of another literary figure. His family was also involved in transferring some of Solzhenitsyn's manuscripts to the West.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Karin Königseder (?), 1971-1972. Folder 984 (MSE/REE 0017-984)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Per Egil Hegge with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1971-1972. Folder 985 (MSE/REE 0017-985)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Per Egil Hegge (b. 1940) is a Norwegian journalist, who interviewed Solzhenitsyn. Folder includes a copy of a letter from Hegge to Heeb, concerning his meeting with Solzhenitsyn in Moscow and the author's decision to make changes to his will. The letter was probably an enclosure.

      • Correspondence. Nikita A. Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 January-June. Folder 986 (MSE/REE 0017-986)
        9 ALsS, 10 TLs (carbon copies).
        In her letter of May 31 Markstein includes a letter to Solzhenitsyn which she asks Struve to forward.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 January. Folder 987 (MSE/REE 0017-987)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of numbered letters 16 and 17 from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, dated December 25, 1971 and January 16, 1972 respectively. Folder also includes a copy of a letter to Solzhenitsyn from Svetlana Mikhailovna Geier dated December 31, 1971.

      • Letters. Mike Nicholson, Colchester (England), to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 January. Folder 988 (MSE/REE 0017-988)
        2 TLsS.
        Mike Nicholson was at the U. of Essex at the time.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Possev Publishing, Frankfort, 1972 February 13. Folder 989 (MSE/REE 0017-989)
        TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        Enclosure consists of an invoice and packing slip for a recording entitled "Solzhenitsyn reads. . ."

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 February. Folder 990 (MSE/REE 0017-990)
        TLS, 5 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of changes that Solzhenitsyn made to his will along with Markstein's translation as well as a letter from A. D. Maclean (Macmillan Publishing).

      • Correspondence. Veronika Turkina to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1972 March 3. Folder 991 (MSE/REE 0017-991)
        ALS.
        Veronika Turkina was the cousin of Solzhenitsyn;s first wife, whom David Burg and George Feifer interviewed for their biography of the author, which was published by Stein and Day in 1972.

      • Letter. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 March 24. Folder 992 (MSE/REE 0017-992)
        TLS, with enclosures.
        Among the enclosures is correspondence of Dmitri Panin, a friend of Solzhenitsyn's from the labor camp, whom Burg and Feifer also interviewed for their biography.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 March. Folder 993 (MSE/REE 0017-993)
        TLS, 3 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of another letter from Veronika Turkina to Heeb as well as copies of witness statements from Lev Kopelev and Lidia Chukovskaia. The witness statements concern the circulation of August 1914 in samizdat prior to its 1971 publication in the West.

      • Letter. Alexander Solzhenitsyn to Nikita Struve, ca. 1972 March. Folder 994 (MSE/REE 0017-994)
        ALS (photocopy), with enclosure.
        Letter is addresed to Kolia, which was Nikita Struve"s "code name." Enclosure relates to the "Gulag Archipelago," although it is unclear if this item was with the letter.

      • Letter. Alexander Solzhenitsyn to Patriarch Pimen, ca. 1972 March. Folder 995 (MSE/REE 0017-995)
        TL (photocopy).
        Letter is subtitled: velikopostnoe pismo or Lenten letter.

      • Letter. Frits Heeb, Zürich, to Otto Walter, Darmstadt, 1972 April 21. Folder 996 (MSE/REE 0017-996)
        TLS (copy).
        Walter worked for Luchterhand publishing, and the letter concerns August 1914.

      • Correspondence. Frits Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 April. Folder 997 (MSE/REE 0017-997)
        TLS, 2 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosures consist of a copy of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb numbered 18 (April 15, 1972) as well as Markstein's translation.

      • Correspondence. Antje Friedrichs with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 May 17. Folder 998 (MSE/REE 0017-998)
        TLS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a report by Wolfgang Kasack on Michael Glenny's translation of August 1914.

      • Letter. Hannelore Kirchem, Darmstadt, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 March-May. Folder 999 (MSE/REE 0017-999)
        TLS, 4 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 May. Folder 1000 (MSE/REE 0017-1000)
        TLS, with enclosure, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosure consists of a copy of a letter from Turkina to Heeb.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 June. Folder 1001 (MSE/REE 0017-1001)
        5 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Among the enclosures are a copy of a letter of Turkina to Heeb along with Markstein's translation and a copy of a legal document whereby Solzhenitsyn transfers an automobile to his mother-in-law. Folder also includes a letter of Roger Straus (Farrar, Straus and Giroux) dealing with the translation of August 1914,.

      • Letter. Patricia Blake, New York, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1972 June 18. Folder 1002 (MSE/REE 0017-1002)
        TLS.
        In the letter Blake criticizes different aspects of the biography of Solzhenitsyn written by David Burg and George Feifer and published by Stein and Day.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1972 June 28. Folder 1003 (MSE/REE 0017-1003)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Alexander Brenner, 1972 July 7. Folder 1004 (MSE/REE 0017-1004)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Per Egil Hegge, 1972 July 13. Folder 1005 (MSE/REE 0017-1005)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 July. Folder 1006 (MSE/REE 0017-1006)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy); with enclosures.
        Folders includes "a short explanatory note with regard to translations" dated July 22, 1972 as well as letters from Heeb to the editors of Die Zeit.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, with Nikita Struve, Paris, 1972 July. Folder 1007 (MSE/REE 0017-1007)
        TLS, 3 ALsS, 6 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        The enclosures consist of 2 letters from Markstein to Solzhenitsyn, which she asks Struve to forward.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Stoliarova with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 July-November. Folder 1008 (MSE/REE 0017-1008)
        2 ALsS, TL.
        Natalia Ivanovna Stoliarova (code name "Eva") worked as Ilya Ehrenburg's secretary and introduced Solzhenitsyn to Olga Carlisle.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 September-October. Folder 1009 (MSE/REE 0017-1009)
        3 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of letters of Panin and Turkina as well as Solzhenitsyn's letter number 20 dated October 4, 1972 and dealing with the Reshetovskaia memoirs.

      • Correspondence. Nathalie Rosain, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 November-1973 March. Folder 1010 (MSE/REE 0017-1010)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).
        Rosain worked as a research assistant for Solzhenitsyn

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 November-December. Folder 1011 (MSE/REE 0017-1011)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb numbered 21 (November 17, 1972) and a letter to Veronica Turkina dated September 28, 1972. Folder also includes another letter sent by Solzhenitsyn to Heeb; it was unnumbered and sent via unofficial channels.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 1012 (MSE/REE 0017-1012)
        2 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 1013 (MSE/REE 0017-1013)
        ALS, 7 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Stepan N. Tatischeff, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 1014 (MSE/REE 0017-1014)
        6 ALsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Olga and Vadim Andreev, Geneva, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972. Folder 1015 (MSE/REE 0017-1015)
        ALS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1972 December-1973 January. Folder 1016 (MSE/REE 0017-1016)
        ALS, 2 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures include copy of Solzhenitsyn's letter to Heeb numbered 22 (December 17, 1972) as well as Markstein's translation.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to "Herr Dr. Auer," 1973 January 16. Folder 1017 (MSE/REE 0017-1017)
        TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Vadim and Olga Andreev, Geneva, 1973 January. Folder 1018 (MSE/REE 0017-1018)
        TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Olga Carlisle with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 January-February. Folder 1019 (MSE/REE 0017-1019)
        5 ALsS, 2 APCsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Olga Carlisle (b. 1931), the daughter of Vadim and Olga Andreev, met Solzhenitsyn in 1967. She acted as his literary agent in the West with regard to The First Circle. She was involved in the same capacity with The Gulag Archipelago before relations between her and Solzhenitsyn broke down.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 February. Folder 1020 (MSE/REE 0017-1020)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of Olga Carlisle's letters to Heeb and to Solzhenitsyn as well as letters of Anthony Curto and Zhores Medvedev.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1973 January-March. Folder 1021 (MSE/REE 0017-1021)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 March. Folder 1022 (MSE/REE 0017-1022)
        5 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Enclosures include copies of letters from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb numbered 23 and 24 (February 23 and March 14 respectively) as well as a draft of a public statement with regard to Natalia Reshetovskaia, Solzhenitsyn's first wife.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Herbert Heeb, Zürich, 1973 March 5. Folder 1023 (MSE/REE 0017-1023)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Herbert is Fritz Heeb's son. Because Fritz was abroad, Markstein addressed the letter to the son.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, 1973 April 1. Folder 1024 (MSE/REE 0017-1024)
        TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of a letter from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb numbered 25 (March 23, 1973) as well as translations of 2 unnumbered letters (March 17 and March 23).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to "Fraulein Reich," 1973 March-May. Folder 1025 (MSE/REE 0017-1025)
        TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosure consists of a letter to the Mirovs concerning Solzhenitsyn; Reich was a former student of Markstein's, who was going to Moscow.

      • Correspondence. Elena Tszarevna Chukovskaia with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 April. Folder 1026 (MSE/REE 0017-1026)
        2 ALsS, TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        Elena Tsezarevna Chukovskaia (1931-2015) was both a chemist and a literary scholar; she was a close friend and supporter of Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 May. Folder 1027 (MSE/REE 0017-1027)
        4 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of letters of Patricia Blake, Anthony Curto, and Zhores Medvedev as well Solzhenitsyn letter to Heeb number 26 (May 12, 1973).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 June. Folder 1027A (MSE/REE 0017-1027A)
        TLS, 3 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a letter from Keith Armes (U. of Minnesotat) and a translation of an unnumbered letter of Solzhenitsyn to Heeb (May 29, 1973.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 July. Folder 1028 (MSE/REE 0017-1028)
        3 TLsS, 2 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include letter number 27 of Solzhenitsyn to Heeb (July 17, 1973), a letter on possible translations written by Sidney Monas of the U. of Texas at Austin, and a translation of another letter of Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, this one numbered 04-8 and dated June 27.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 August. Folder 1029 (MSE/REE 0017-1029)
        2 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a copy of a typed letter from Solzhenitsyn to the Ministry of Internal Affairs (USSR) dated August 21, 1973.

      • Letters. From Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to Fritz Heeb, Zürich, and to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 September. Folder 1030 (MSE/REE 0017-1030)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).
        These are translations of Solzhenitsyn's Russian letters into German, one is addressed to Fritz (Heeb) and dated September 16 and the other is addressed to "B" or "Betta" (a name used for Markstein) and dated September 5.

      • Correspondence. Georges Nivat, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 June-October. Folder 1031 (MSE/REE 0017-1031)
        TLS, with enclosure, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Georges Nivat (b. 1935) is a French historian and Russian translator; enclosure consists of the curriculum vitae of Xenia Ryschenkow,a scholar Nivat is recommending to Markstein.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 October. Folder 1032 (MSE/REE 0017-1032)
        5 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of two letters from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, one numbered 28 (September 28, 1973) and the other numbered 011 and dated October 15. The folder also includes a letter from Scammell evaluating a translation of Gulag Archipelago and letters of Alan Schwartz and W. Knowlton (Harper and Row)

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 November. Folder 1033 (MSE/REE 0017-1033)
        4 TLsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of two letters from Solzhenitsyn, one to Heeb (numbered 012 and dated October 28) and one to "Betta" and Heeb, which is unnumbered and undated. Folder also includes letters from Anthony Curto and from Sidney Monas, who offers to evaluate a translation of the Gulag Archipelago.

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, with Gert Woerner, Munich, 1973 November. Folder 1034 (MSE/REE 0017-1034)
        TLS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).
        Woerner worked for Schers publishing which put out an edition of The Gulag Archipelago.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to "Dear Colleague," 1973 December 4. Folder 1035 (MSE/REE 0017-1035)
        TL (carbon copy).
        The "colleague" in question is probably Michael Scammell.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973 December. Folder 1036 (MSE/REE 0017-1036)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy): with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of two letters from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, one is numbered 29 and dated November 30 and the other is numbered 014 and dated November 20. Folder also includes a copy of a letter from Solzhenitsyn to Zhores Medvedev dated November 17, 1973.

      • Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 1037 (MSE/REE 0017-1037)
        7 TLsS, 6 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January. Folder 1037A (MSE/REE 0017-1037A)
        3 TLsS, 3 TLs (carbon copies), with enclosures.
        Enclosures include letters from Solzhenitsyn to Heeb, numbered 015 and dated December 12, 1973; Solzhenitsyn to Heeb and "Liebe Freunde" (possibly N. Struve), numbered 016 and dated January 5, 1974; and Solzhenitsyn to Heeb and Betta numbered 017 and dated January 11, 1974.

      • Correspondence. Nikita Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1973. Folder 1038 (MSE/REE 0017-1038)
        4 TLsS, 8 ALsS, 22 TLs (carbon copies); with enclosures.
        Enclosures include copies of notes from Solzhenitsyn with regard to the publication of The Gulag Archipelago.

      • Letter. Karin Königseder with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January 18. Folder 1039 (MSE/REE 0017-1039)
        ALS, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a copy of a letter to Königseder from Lindsay Anderson (1923-1994), a British film maker, with regard to a film of The First Circle.

      • Correspondence. Nikita Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January-February. Folder 1040 (MSE/REE 0017-1040)
        ALS, 3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to "Dr. Leikauf," 1974 February 5. Folder 1041 (MSE/REE 0017-1041)
        TL (carbon copy), with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of changes on the part of the author with regard to The Gulag Archipelago.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Gert Woerner, Munich, 1974 February. Folder 1042 (MSE/REE 0017-1042)
        2 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Nathalie Rosain, Paris, 1974 February-March. Folder 1043 (MSE/REE 0017-1043)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).
        Nathalie Rosain was engaged in research work for Solzhenitsyn.

      • Letters. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1974 March. Folder 1044 (MSE/REE 0017-1044)
        3 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Letter to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 March 11. Folder 1045 (MSE/REE 0017-1045)
        TLS.
        Letter consists of an invitation to Markstein to lecture on Solzhenitsyn.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 January-June. Folder 1046 (MSE/REE 0017-1046)
        ALS, 5 TLs, with enclosure.
        Enclosure consists of a list of corrections for The Gulag Archipelago.

      • Letters. To Anna Peturnig, Vienna, 1974 April-May. Folder 1047 (MSE/REE 0017-1047)
        ALS, TLS, with enclosure.
        Anna Peturnig is the pseudonym Markstein used when she translated The Gulag Archipelago for Scherz publishing.

      • Letter. Patricia Blake, New York, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 September 10. Folder 1048 (MSE/REE 0017-1048)
        TLS.

      • Letter. This folder is not in use.  Folder 1049 (MSE/REE 0017-1049)


      • Correspondence. Renate Grützbach, Cologne, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 November-December. Folder 1050 (MSE/REE 0017-1050)
        TLS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1974 November-December. Folder 1051 (MSE/REE 0017-1051)
        TL (carbon copy), with enclosures.
        Enclosures consist of 3 letters from Heinrich Böll to Solzhenitsyn and 1 from Solzhenitsyn to Böll, all of which were translated by Markstein.

      • Correspondence. Vadim and Olga Andreev with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1974. Folder 1052 (MSE/REE 0017-1052)
        ALS, 2 TLs (carbon copies).
        Two of the letters are clearly dated; the third is undated, but would seem to have been written some time that same year.

      • Letter. Hans Björkegren, Bonn, to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, ca. 1974. Folder 1053 (MSE/REE 0017-1053)
        ALS.
        Hans Björkegren (b. 1933) is a Swedish journalist and translator, with an emphasis upon the Soviet Union.

      • Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1974 March-October. Folder 1054 (MSE/REE 0017-1054)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Olga Viktorovna Andreeva to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1975-1977. Folder 1055 (MSE/REE 0017-1055)
        4 ALsS, with enclosures.
        Enclosures include a card indicating the death of Olga's husband Vadim. Folder also includes pages 3 and 4 of another ALS of Olga's as well as a note with her daughter's address.

      • Letters. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1975-1993. Folder 1056 (MSE/REE 0017-1056)
        7 ALsS, 4 TLsS.
        Fritz Heeb's wife, Irina, frequently adds a note at the end of a letter.

      • Letters. Nikita Struve, Paris, to Elisabeth Markstein, ca. 1976. Folder 1057 (MSE/REE 0017-1057)
        3 ALsS.

      • Letter. Natalia Stoliarova, Geneva, to Elisabeth Markstein, 1977 October 20. Folder 1058 (MSE/REE 0017-1058)
        ALS.

      • Correspondence. Erich Gayler, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, 1977. Folder 1059 (MSE/REE 0017-1059)
        TLS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Correspondence. Nikita Struve, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1977. Folder 1060 (MSE/REE 0017-1060)
        2 ALsS, 4 TLs (carbon copies).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Michael Scammell, 1979 June 15. Folder 1061 (MSE/REE 0017-1061)
        Tl (carbon copy).

      • Letters. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn to Lev Kopelev and Raisa Orlova, 1981-1985. Folder 1062 (MSE/REE 0017-1062)
        AlsS (photocopies), with envelope.
        Lev Kopelev sent these copies to Markstein.

      • Letters. Lev Kopelev to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1982-1985. Folder 1063 (MSE/REE 0017-1063)
        TLS, TL (photocopies).
        The copies of these two long letters were probably sent to Markstein by Kopelev; see folder 1062.

      • Correspondence. Michael Scammell, Leonia (NJ), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1982 August-October. Folder 1064 (MSE/REE 0017-1064)
        2 TLsS, TL (carbon copy).
        Scammell asks Markstein about the relationship between Solzhenitsyn and Heeb, Licko, Olga Carlisle and other matters. His biography of Solzhenitsyn was published in 1984.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1992 January 26. Folder 1065 (MSE/REE 0017-1065)
        TL (computer printout).
        Letter concerns the publication by Novyi Mir of Solzhenitsyn's memoir Bodalsia telenok s dubom.

      • Correspondence. Natalia Solzhenitsyn, Moscow, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1999 August-September. Folder 1066 (MSE/REE 0017-1066)
        TLS, TL (computer printouts).

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein to the editors of Novyi Mir, ca. 1999. Folder 1067 (MSE/REE 0017-1067)
        TL (computer printout).
        Letter was a response to the publication in Novyi Mir of Solzhenitsyn's memoir Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov and provides a clarification of the relationship between Solzhenitsyn and Heeb.

      • Letter. Elisabeth Markstein to Frank Grützbach, n.d. Folder 1068 (MSE/REE 0017-1068)
        TL (carbon copy).
        Frank Grützbach (b. 1943) is a German filmdirector, screenwriter, and writer; in the early 1970s he was the secretary of Heinrich Böll.

    • Subseries 3: Photographs
       
      • Photographs. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1940-1943. Folder 1069 (MSE/REE 0017-1069)
        2 b/w prints.
        The small (4 x 3 cm.) photo dated May 5, 1940 shows Solzhenitsyn as a 21 year-old student; the second (16 x 10 cm.) dated 1943 shows Solzhenitsyn as a lieutenant in the Red Army.

      • Photograph. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1967-1968. Folder 1070 (MSE/REE 0017-1070)
        1 b/w print, 8 X 6 cm.
        The photo is signed and inscribed: "To Lise with friendly regards"; it appears that the print dates from May, 1967 and that it was given to Markstein in August of 1968.

      • Photographs. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, wife and son, 1971. Folder 1071 (MSE/REE 0017-1071)
        11 b/w prints, various sizes
        9 of the photos show Solzhenitsyn with his first son Ermolai (b. 1970), and 2 show mother (Natalia) and son. One of the photos is dated September 1971 and is inscribed by Solzhenitsyn: "To our invaluable friend, Betta"; "Betta" was the code name Markstein used in some of her correspondence with Solzhenitsyn.

      • Photographs. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Elisabeth Markstein, et al., 1974 February. Folder 1072 (MSE/REE 0017-1072)
        5 b/w prints, each approx. 11 x 8 cm.
        Photos show Solzhenitsyn, Markstein, and others at Sternenberg near Zürich shortly after Solzhenitsyn's exile from the USSR.

      • Photograph. Elisabeth Markstein and Fritz Heeb, 1981 December 8. Folder 1073 (MSE/REE 0017-1073)
        1 b/w print, 13 x 9 cm.
        Photo shows Markstein and Heeb on the occasion of Heeb's 70th birthday.

      • Photographs. Solzhenitsyn and family in Cavendish, Vermont, 1979-1991. Folder 1074 (MSE/REE 0017-1074)
        1 b/w print, 20 x 12 cm., 2 colored prints, both 15 x 10 cm.
        Photographs are inscribed by Natalia Solzhenitsyn.

      • Photographs. Ermolai Solzhenitsyn (?), n.d. Folder 1075 (MSE/REE 0017-1075)
        2 b/w print, different sizes.

      • Portraits. Solzhenitsyn, n.d. Folder 1076 (MSE/REE 0017-1076)
        7 b/w print, 6 of them being 24 x 18 cm.
        Five of the portraits were sent to Markstein courtesy of the Luchterhand Bildarchiv.

    • Subseries 4: Newspaper and Magazine Articles
       
      • Articles. About Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, 1968-1985. Folders 1077-1115 (MSE/REE 0017-1077 to 1115)
        39 folders of clippings, tear sheets, and photocopies.
        Folders 1077 through 1085 contain articles in English; 1086 through 1108 articles in German; 1109 through 1112 articles in Russian; 1113 through 1115 articles in Swedish, Spanish, and French. Articles within each language group are arranged chronologically.

    • Subseries 5: Journal Articles
       
      • Articles. About Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn and his work, 1965-1985. Folders 1116-1153 (MSE/REE 0017-1116 to 1153)
        38 folders of photocopies, tear sheets, offprints, and typescripts.
        Folders contain articles from Russian Literature Triquarterly and Russian Review to a variety of foreign serial titles; several of the articles in the folders were written by Elisabeth Markstein.

    • Subseries 6: Miscellaneous Solzehnitsyn Items
       
      • Natalia Reshetovskaia. Chapters from her recollections of Solzhenitsyn, 1972. Folder 1154 (MSE/REE 0017-1154)
        Photocopies; 2 chapters totalling 25 pages, numbered 80 through 124; 5 page interview.
        Reshetovskaia directs her work to Vladimir Nikolaevich Osipov, who published these two chapters in May 1972 in Veche. The chapters deal with the years 1961 and 1962 when Solzhenitsyn was recognized by Tvardovsky and One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich was published.

      • Appendices. Abbreviations used in The Gulag Archipelago, ca. 1973. Folder 1155 (MSE/REE 0017-1155)
        10 pages.
        Folder includes 2 lists of abbreviations: one in Russian and one in German.

      • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Explanations for translators of The Gulag Archipelago, ca. 1973. Folder 1156 (MSE/REE 0017-1156)
        6 pages.
        Folder includes a direction for the publisher providing an explanation of the circumstances surrounding the book's going to press.

      • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Corrections for The Gulag Archipelago, ca. 1973. Folder 1157 (MSE/REE 0017-1157)
        21 pages (photocopies).
        Folder includes a note from Editions du Seuil, who published the first edition of The Gulag Archipelago in Russian. The note refers to volume 3 and is dated March 12, 1975.

      • Miscellaneous notes with regard to The Gulag Archipelago, ca. 1973. Folder 1158 (MSE/REE 0017-1158)
        10 pages (carbon copies and photocopies), plus 2 pages of handwritten notes.
        Papers appear to relate to a German translation of The Gulag Archipelago in Russian.

      • Elisabeth Markstein. Miscellaneous pages on Solzhenitsyn, ca. 1973. Folder 1158A (MSE/REE 0017-1158A)
        TMs, 3 pages.
        Content of these pages revolves around Solzenitsyn and his situation in the USSR, but it is not clear if they are intended for a paper or a lecture.

      • Miscellaneous pages from correspondence, n.d. Folder 1158B (MSE/REE 0017-1158B)
        TMs, 2 pages.
        Pages, 1 in German and 1 in Russian, were found in the correpondence, but did not relate to the letters next to the pages in question.

      • Heinrich Böll, Interview with Frankfurter Rundschau, 1974 November 23. Folder 1159 (MSE/REE 0017-1159)
        15 pages (carbon copies and photocopies).
        Papers comprise 2 rough drafts of a translation of Böll's interview from German to Russian.

      • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Notes with regard to Michael Scammell, ca. 1975. Folder 1160 (MSE/REE 0017-1160)
        1 page (photocopy).
        Solzhenitsyn's observations on his English biographer came primarily from the letters of "Betta" or Elisabeth Markstein.

      • Research materials for A. Solzhenitsyn, ca. 1970s. Folder 1161 (MSE/REE 0017-1161)
        19 pages (photocopies).
        Pages consist of summaries of New York Times articles on the situation in Russia after the February revolution of 1917; articles are translated into Russian.

      • Research materials for A. Solzhenitsyn, ca. 1970s. Folder 1162 (MSE/REE 0017-1162)
        28 pages (photocopies), with envelope.
        Pages consist of summaries of articles on Russia from the March and April 1917 issues of French newspapers; articles are translated into Russian.

      • Research materials for A. Solzhenitsyn, ca. 1970s. Folder 1163 (MSE/REE 0017-1163)
        27 pages (photocopies and carbon copies).
        Pages consist of summaries of articles on Russia from the March and April 1917 issues of French newspapers; articles are translated into Russian.

      • Alla Burago, Translation of a chapter from The First Circle, n.d. Folder 1164 (MSE/REE 0017-1164)
        34 pages, with envelope.
        Translated chapter is chapter 44, "Na prostore."

      • Partial translation of Solzhenitsyn's poem Prusskie Nochi, n.d. Folder 1165 (MSE/REE 0017-1165)
        13 pages (carbon copies).
        Pages comprise several versions; some pages have marginal notations, but it is not clear who the translator is.

      • Miscellaneous papers with regard to The Gulag Archipelago and with regard to Solzhenitsyn in general, n.d. Folder 1166 (MSE/REE 0017-1166)
        13 pages (photocopied and mimeographed), 7 index cards.
        Mimeographed pages appear to be preparation on Markstein's part for a lecture on The Gulag Archipelago.

      • Inscriptions to Elisabeth Markstein, 1975 March, 1996 October. Folder 1166A (MSE/REE 0017-1166A)
        2 pages (photocopies).
        Photocopies of Solzhenitsyn's inscriptions on a title-page and an end paper of two books in Catherine Markstein-Rakovsky's library.

  • Series 4: Research and Scholarship 
    • Subseries 1 -- Dissertation
       
      • Elisabeth Koplenig. Gorkij und der sozialistische Realismus, 1952. Folder 1167 (MSE/REE 0017-1167)
        TMs, 128 pages, plus 3 appendices.
        Markstein's Ph.D. thesis was done at the U. of Vienna. "Gorky and Socialist Realism" is subtitled: "Gorky as the Poet of the Proletariat."

    • Subseries 2: Thematic Folders
       
      • Chto ostaetsia ot sovetskoi literatury?, n.d. Folder 1168 (MSE/REE 0017-1168)
        18 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes as well as photocopies and tear sheets of newspaper and journal articles. In developing her theme, Markstein touches upon authors from Babel to Trifonov.

      • Derevenskaia proza, n.d. Folder 1169 (MSE/REE 0017-1169)
        16 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes on paper of various sizes as well as photocopies, tear sheets, and offprints of 2 Markstein articles. Authors featured are: Valentin Rasputin, Vasilii Belov, Viktor Astafev, and others.

      • Detskaia literatura, n.d. Folder 1170 (MSE/REE 0017-1170)
        38 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes, photocopies, and tear sheets. Authors featured are: Kornei Chukovskii, Samuil Marshak, Daniil Kharms, and others.

      • Emigratsiia -- zarubezhnaia russkaia literatura, n.d. Folder 1171 (MSE/REE 0017-1171)
        8 items.
        Again the folder contains handwritten notes, photocopies, and tear sheets. Authors featured are: Vladimir Nabokov and Ivan Bunin among others.

      • Imena, n.d. Folder 1172 (MSE/REE 0017-1172)
        6 items.
        Markstein's lecture focuses on names -- from the assumed names of Lenin and Stalin to acronyms to names given to cats and dogs. Folder includes an offprint of her article on Russian names and culture studies: "Russische Namen als Teil der Kulturkunde."

      • Leksika, Skriptum, n.d. Folder 1173 (MSE/REE 0017-1173)
        1 item, 3 parts, 78 pages.
        Exercises on Russian vocabulary compiled by Kh. Loos.

      • Literature after 1934, n.d. Folder 1174 (MSE/REE 0017-1174)
        23 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes, photocopies, and tear sheets; themes include censorship in literature, theatre, and film as well as the period of the "thaw" and samizdat.

      • Molodaia proza, n.d. Folder 1175 (MSE/REE 0017-1175)
        11 items.
        Again, folder contains handwritten notes, photocopies, and tear sheets; content revolves around the writers, Vasilii Aksenov and Evgenii Evtushenko.

      • Noveishaia poeziia, n.d. Folder 1176 (MSE/REE 0017-1176)
        49 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes, photocopies, and tear sheets; the folder revolves around the poets Anna Akhmatova and Joseph Brodsky among others, including incomplete article about Boris Slutskii dated May 20, 1976.

      • Novyi byt: Iazyk, n.d. Folder 1177 (MSE/REE 0017-1177)
        21 items.
        Items in this folder revolve around the "new way of life," which was brought on by the October revolution, particularly as it involved language and literature.

      • Oberiu, n.d. Folder 1178 (MSE/REE 0017-1178)
        32 items.
        "Oberiu" is an acronym for "obedinenie realnogo iskusstva" -- the "association of real art," which formed in the late 1920s and early 1930s around such writers as Daniil Kharms and Nikolai Zabolotskii.

      • Otdelnye pisateli, n.d. Folder 1179 (MSE/REE 0017-1179)
        30 items.
        Among the "separate" or "independent" writers that Markstein includes are Andrei Bitov, IUrii Trifonov, and Vasilii Shukshin.

      • Proza 20-x gg., n.d. Folder 1180 (MSE/REE 0017-1180)
        36 items.
        Among the prose writers of the 1920s that Markstein includes are: the Serapion brothers, Mikhail Sholokhov, and Artem Veselyi (Nikolai Kochkurov) among others.

      • Samizdat, n.d. Folder 1181 (MSE/REE 0017-1181)
        8 items.
        Folder includes several photocopies of several articles by Albert Boiter.

      • Sovetskaia literatura: obshchie problemy, n.d. Folder 1182 (MSE/REE 0017-1182)
        16 items.
        The subtitle of this theme reads "general problems."

      • Soviet Posters, n.d. Folder 1183 (MSE/REE 0017-1183)
        10 items.
        Folder contains photocopies of such famous posters as that of Irakli Toidze: "Rodina-Mat zovet."

      • Chart of the Literary Schools, n.d. Folder 1184 (MSE/REE 0017-1184)
        1 item, 1 page.
        Markstein's chart of the literary schools, some of which apply to the thematic folders above.

    • Subseries 3: Author Folders
       
      • Isaak Babel, n.d. Folder 1185 (MSE/REE 0017-1185)
        24 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes as well as typed class notes, photocopies and tear sheets of newspaper and journal articles.

      • Mikhail Bulgakov, n.d. Folder 1186 (MSE/REE 0017-1186)
        19 items.
        Folder contains handwritten notes as well as typed class notes, photocopies and tear sheets of journal articles.

      • Nikolai Gogol, n.d. Folder 1187 (MSE/REE 0017-1187)
        36 items.

      • Mayakovsky, Futurism, Khlebnikov, and Blok, n.d. Folder 1188 (MSE/REE 0017-1188)
        16 items.
        Most of the material here relates to Vladimir Mayakovsky; folder includes 6 slides.

      • IUrii Olesha, n.d. Folder 1189 (MSE/REE 0017-1189)
        22 items.

      • Boris Pasternak, n.d. Folder 1190 (MSE/REE 0017-1190)
        31 items.

      • Andrei Platonov, n.d. Folder 1191 (MSE/REE 0017-1191)
        15 items.
        Markstein includes offprints of her own article entitled "Dom i kotlovan, ili mnimaia realizatsiia utopii."

      • Serapion Brothers, Zoshchenko, and Pilniak, n.d. Folder 1192 (MSE/REE 0017-1192)
        30 items.

      • Evgenii Zamiatin, n.d. Folder 1193 (MSE/REE 0017-1193)
        16 items.

    • Subseries 4: Notebooks and Index Cards
       
      • Notebooks, 1967-1980; n.d. Folders 1194-1202 (MSE/REE 0017-1194 to 1202)
        9 folders each containing a notebook with Markstein's handwritten notes; some of the notebooks contain inserts.
        Some of the notebooks stem from specific classes at Moscow State U. or the U. of Innsbrook, while others are more generic, being labelled "Russian Literature" or "Russian art and cultural history."

      • Index Cards, n.d. Folder 1203-Boxes 11-12 (MSE/REE 0017-1203-Boxes 11-12)
        2 boxes containing approx. 2,035 cards (3" x 5" and 4" x 6"), some of them typed, some of them handwritten.
        The subjects of the index cards vary: some of them relate to the thematic and author folders; others related to such new subjects as totalitarianism and problems of translation, while yet others relate to the poetry of Lev Rubinshtein.

    • Subseries 5: Articles, Book Chapters, and other Pieces written by Elisabeth Markstein
       
      • Newspaper articles, 1960-1987; n.d. Folders 1203A-1206 (MSE/REE 0017-1203A to 1206)
        4 folders containing tear sheets comprising 25 articles.
        Some of the articles are signed Elisabeth Mark or simply "E.M." The earliest articles are signed "L.K."

      • Book reviews, 1962-1994. Folders 1207-1214 (MSE/REE 0017-1207 to 1214)
        8 folders containing 24 reviews.
        All of the reviews are tear sheets with the exception of one photocopy.

      • Journal articles, 1967-2010. Folders 1215-1261 (MSE/REE 0017-1207 to 1261)
        47 folders.
        For the most part each folder contains one article; however, on occasion, there are duplicates. Articles are generally publishers' offprints, sometimes with Markstein's typescripts. Articles occasionally tie in to such thematic folders as "derevenskaia literatura" or "detskaia literatura." Besides literary topics, Markstein frequently explores translation issues.

      • Radio typescripts, 1953-1969. Folders 1262-1267 (MSE/REE 0017-1262 to 1267)
        6 folders, TMss (carbon copies).
        Typescripts were for a show called "Russische Stunde" broadcast by Radio Österreich, covering such subjects as travel in the USSR to the agricultural exhibition in Moscow in 1954. Several of the manuscripts have marginal notations and line interpolations. Folder 1262 includes tear sheets of a short article on "Falsche Königskinder" developed from the typescript.

    • Subseries 6: Translation Work
       
      • Translation contracts, ca. 1970-1996. Folders 1268-1269 (MSE/REE 0017-1268 to 1269)
        2 folders containing a total of 7 items.
        Contracts for the translation from Russian to German of the works of such authors and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, Friedrich Gorenstein, and others.

      • Translations, ca. 1960-2010. Folders 1270-1344 (MSE/REE 0017-1270 to 1344)
        75 folders.
        Folders contain typescripts, offprints, photocopies, and carbon copies, some of which have marginal notations. Translations of Dmitri Dobrodeev and Friedrich Gorenstein predominate; however, there are translations of Vasilii Grossman, Zhores Medvedev, Vasilii Asksenov, and others.

      • Miscellaneous translation materials, ca. 1976-2003. Folders 1345-1359 (MSE/REE 0017-1345 to 1359)
        15 folders.
        Folders 1345 to 1354 contain materials for a seminar entitled "Problems of Translation" that Markstein taught at the U. of Texas at Austin.

    • Subseries 7: Miscellaneous
       
      • Conference programs and schedules, ca. 1972-2007. Folders 1360-1361 (MSE/REE 0017-1360 to 1361)
        2 folders containing a total of 21 items.

      • Advertisements for lectures and presentations by Markstein, ca. 1971-2000. Folders 1362-F1 (MSE/REE 0017 1362-F1)
        8 items, various sizes.
        Folder includes an invitation to the presentation ceremony when Markstein received the Austrian national award for literary translation.

      • Miscellaneous class materials, ca. 1976-1990. Folders 1363-1371 (MSE/REE 0017 1363 to 1371)
        9 folders.
        Folders 1363 to 1368 contain photocopies of plays by such authors as Arbuzov, Bulgakov, Erdman, and others for a seminar at the U. of Texas at Austin.

      • Typescripts and related materials, ca. 1967-1996. Folders 1372-1382 (MSE/REE 0017 1372 to 1382)
        11 folders, containing 17 items.
        Folder contents vary from typescripts of 2 Vasilii Aksenov stories to a television typescript of a show called "Open End," the participants of which included Heinrich Böll, to a form letter sent out by Natalia Belinkova, who along with her husband Arkadii, edited the anthology Novyi Kolokol.

      • Miscellaneous journal articles, ca. 1969-1997. Folders 1383-1393 (MSE/REE 0017 1383 to 1393)
        12 folders, containing 31 items.
        Articles take the form of photocopies or tear sheets and range in subject matter from articles on Lev Kopelev and samizdat to an interview with Gennadii Khazanov.

      • Miscellaneous newspaper clippings, ca. 1965-2000. Folders 1394-1403 (MSE/REE 0017 1394 to 1403)
        10 folders, containing 83 articles.
        Articles, primarily tear sheets or clippings with only a few photocopies, are in Russian, German, French and English. Folder 1400 includes a report from Radio Free Europe.

      • Miscellaneous journal issues, ca. 1970-1993. Folders 1404-1410 (MSE/REE 0017 1404 to 1410)
        7 folders, containing 7 items.
        Folders contain random issues of such titles as Problems of Communism and Jews in Eastern Europe.

      • Other items, ca. 1971-2014. Folders 1411-1417 (MSE/REE 0017 1411 to 1417)
        7 folders, containing 13 items.
        Folder 1416 contains an article on Markstein published in a newsletter, and folder 1417 contains a brochure for an exhibition entitled "Zufall Heisst Uns Zuhause," which features Markstein among others.

      • Inscriptions to Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folder 1417A (MSE/REE 0017 1417A)
        6 pages (photocopies).
        Photocopies of inscriptions on title-pages and end papers of books in Catherine Markstein-Rakovsky's library; for example, there are inscriptions written by Efim Etkind, Bulat Okudzhava, and others.

      • Inscribed books, 1905, 1966. Folder 1417B (MSE/REE 0017 1417B)
        2 books.
        Vadim Andreev inscribed for Markstein a copy of his book Detstvo, and a Russian friend inscribed a volume of Alexander Herzen. These volumes can be located through Notre Dame's online catalog.

  • Series 5: Photographs and Drawings 
    • Subseries 1: Photographs
       
      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein's maternal grandparents, n.d. Folder 1418 (MSE/REE 0017-1418)
        4 b/w prints, various sizes.
        One photo of Samuel Oppenheim is taken from a Berlin newspaper.

      • Photographs. Johann Koplenig (?), 1890s-1910s. Folder 1419 (MSE/REE 0017-1419)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes.

      • Miscellaneous photographs. 1910s-1920s. Folder 1420 (MSE/REE 0017-1420)
        7 b/w prints, various sizes.

      • Photographs. Ernst Oppenheim, Johann and Hilde Koplenig with their son Ernst, 1924, 1950s. Folder 1421 (MSE/REE 0017-1421)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes.
        In the family photo behind Ernst Koplenig is his uncle, Ernst Oppenheim.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig and family, 1930s. Folder 1422 (MSE/REE 0017-1422)
        8 b/w prints, various sizes.
        One photo shows Johann and Hilde on the way to Jadersdorf (ca. 1930). Other photos show Elisabeth Koplenig with her grandmother, Helene Oppenheim, on the coast near Calais (1939) and Elisabeth in winter on the Adriatic near Dubrovnik (1939).

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig at a dacha near Moscow, 1937. Folder 1423 (MSE/REE 0017-1423)
        9 b/w prints, each 12 x 9 cm.
        Many of the photos show Lisa Koplenig with her friend Ira Khoroshaeva. One of the photos show the two girls with their mothers.

      • Photograph. Elisabeth Koplenig at Evpatoriia, 1941 June 9. Folder 1424 (MSE/REE 0017-1424)
        1 b/w print, 13 x 9 cm.
        Evpatoriia is in the Crimea; the photo is inscribed to Elisabeth from Liubov Nikolaevna.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig at Zakharino, 1942-1943. Folder 1425 (MSE/REE 0017-1425)
        8 b/w prints, various sizes.
        Elisabeth and some of her family were evacuated from Moscow to Zakharino during the war.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1940s. Folder 1426 (MSE/REE 0017-1426)
        5 b/w prints, various sizes.
        One photo shows Elisabeth in a pasture between Gitschtal and Weissensee near Jadersdorf in Austria (1946).

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig, family, and friends, 1940s. Folder 1427 (MSE/REE 0017-1427)
        5 b/w prints, various sizes.
        Three of the photos are family photos, while the other two show Lisa and Ira Koroshaeva near Vienna in 1946.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig with her Russian classmates, 1945. Folder 1428 (MSE/REE 0017-1428)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes.
        Elisabeth graduated from high school in the Soviet Union; the back of the one photo is signed by many of her classmates.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig and her brother Ernst, 1940s. Folder 1429 (MSE/REE 0017-1429)
        5 b/w prints, various sizes.
        One of the photos shows Elisabeth and Ernst on the balcony of the Hotel Lux in Moscow in May, 1945.

      • Photographs. Ernst Koplenig with parents, ca. 1945. Folder 1430 (MSE/REE 0017-1430)
        2 b/w prints, both 14 x 9 cm.
        The photo of Ernst with his teddy bear was also taken on the balcony of the Lux in Moscow.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig as interpreter, 1946. Folder 1431 (MSE/REE 0017-1431)
        2 b/w prints, both 17 x 12 cm.
        Photos show the first time Elisabeth was employed as an interpreter; see Moskau ist viel schöner als Paris.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig and her Russian classmates at Moscow State U., 1948. Folder 1432 (MSE/REE 0017-1432)
        3 b/w prints, different sizes.
        Two large class photos, one inscribed, and one smaller photo inscribed by "Verka."

      • Photographs. Nadezhda Mirova and friends, ca. 1948. Folder 1433 (MSE/REE 0017-1433)
        3 b/w prints, different sizes.
        Nadezhda and her family became Elisabeth's lifelong friends; the group photo at Red Square was taken in May, 1948.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig, 1940s. Folder 1434 (MSE/REE 0017-1434)
        6 b/w prints, each approx. 9 x 6 cm.
        The back of the photo of Lisa with the bicycle indicates it was taken at Kuntsevo near Moscow in the summer of 1943 or 1944

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Koplenig with Austrian youth group, 1949. Folder 1435 (MSE/REE 0017-1435)
        6 b/w prints, various sizes.
        The back of one photo indicates it was taken at the World Youth Festival in Budapest.

      • Photographs. Johann Koplenig, 1940s-1950s. Folder 1436 (MSE/REE 0017-1436)
        7 b/w prints, various sizes.
        After the Red Army took Vienna, Koplenig returned in April of 1945 and served as the vice-chancellor of the provisional government.

      • Photographs. Johann Koplenig, ca. 1940s-1960. Folder 1437 (MSE/REE 0017-1437)
        17 b/w prints, various sizes.

      • Photograph. Elisabeth and Ernst Koplenig, ca. 1950s. Folder 1438 (MSE/REE 0017-1438)
        1 b/w print, 10 x 7 cm.

      • Miscellaneous photographs, 1950s. Folder 1439 (MSE/REE 0017-1439)
        3 b/w print, various sizes.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein with daughters, 1950s. Folder 1440 (MSE/REE 0017-1440)
        5 b/w print, each approx. 9 x 6 cm.
        Elisabeth married Heinz Markstein in 1952. Barbara was born in 1953 and Catherine in 1955.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein with daughters, 1950s. Folder 1441 (MSE/REE 0017-1441)
        7 b/w print, each approx. 9 x 6 cm.

      • Photographs. Heinz Markstein with daughter Catherine, 1950s. Folder 1442 (MSE/REE 0017-1442)
        14 b/w print, each approx. 11 x 8 cm.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein teaching, 1954. Folder 1443 (MSE/REE 0017-1443)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes.
        Inscription on the back of the large classroom photo (18 x 13 cm.) indicates that Markstein is teaching a Russian literature class.

      • Photographs. Johann Koplenig with daughter and granddaughter, 1956-1957. Folder 1444 (MSE/REE 0017-1444)
        2 b/w prints, 9 x 6 cm.

      • Photograph. Elisabeth Markstein and family, 1957. Folder 1445 (MSE/REE 0017-1445)
        1 b/w print, 9 x 6 cm.
        Inscription indicates that the locale is Jadersdorf (Austria).

      • Photographs. Johann and Hilde Koplenig, ca. 1950s-1960s. Folder 1446 (MSE/REE 0017-1446)
        2 b/w prints, each approx. 13 x 9 cm.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and Nadezhda Mirova, ca. 1950s-1960s. Folder 1447 (MSE/REE 0017-1447)
        7 b/w prints, various sizes.
        Several of the photos feature Heinz Markstein along with Elisabeth and Nadezhda.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and daughter Catherine, 1950s. Folder 1448 (MSE/REE 0017-1448)
        12 b/w prints, various sizes.
        On the backs of several of the photos, it is indicated that Catherine is 2 months and several weeks old (1955).

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and daughters Barbara and Catherine, 1950s. Folder 1449 (MSE/REE 0017-1449)
        8 b/w prints, various sizes; 1 colored print, 13 x 9 cm.
        Folder includes envelope.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and daughter, ca. 1950s. Folder 1450 (MSE/REE 0017-1450)
        5 b/w prints, various sizes.
        Daughter appears to be Catherine.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein and friends, ca. 1960-1962. Folder 1451 (MSE/REE 0017-1451)
        6 b/w prints, each 10 x 7 cm.
        Nadezhda Mirova appears in several of the photos.

      • Photographs. Barbara, Catherine, and Miriam Markstein, 1950s-1960s. Folder 1452 (MSE/REE 0017-1452)
        10 b/w prints, various sizes.
        Miriam (1964-2000) was Elisabeth Markstein's third daughter; folder contains envelope.

      • Photographs. Miriam Markstein, 1964. Folder 1453 (MSE/REE 0017-1453)
        4 b/w prints, 10 x 7 cm.
        On the backs of several photos it is indicated that Miriam is 2 months and several days old.

      • Photographs. Catherine and Miriam Markstein, 1966-1967. Folder 1454 (MSE/REE 0017-1454)
        3 b/w prints, 10 x 7 cm.
        All 3 photos are clearly inscribed and dated on the back.

      • Photographs. Johann Koplenig, late 1960s. Folder 1455 (MSE/REE 0017-1455)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes, and 1 colored print, 13 x 9 cm.
        The large photo (17 x 10 cm.) shows Catherine Markstein with her grandfather.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and family, 1967. Folder 1456 (MSE/REE 0017-1456)
        2 b/w prints, each 10 x 7 cm.
        Photos feature Heinz and Miriam.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, 1971, 1973. Folder 1457 (MSE/REE 0017-1457)
        2 b/w prints, different sizes.
        Besides the 1971 shot of Elisabeth and Heinz on the balcony of their home in Vienna, there is a smaller 1973 shot of Elisabeth by herself.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and friends, 1974-1977. Folder 1458 (MSE/REE 0017-1458)
        1 b/w print, 13 x 9 cm., 2 colored prints, different sizes.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and family, 1976. Folder 1459 (MSE/REE 0017-1459)
        16 colored prints, most 13 x 9 cm.
        Pictures taken while Elisabeth was teaching at the U. of Texas at Austin.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein, 1976-1977. Folder 1460 (MSE/REE 0017-1460)
        3 colored prints, 13 x 9 cm.
        Pictures taken while Markstein was in Texas and New Mexico.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and family, 1970s. Folder 1461 (MSE/REE 0017-1461)
        5 colored prints, 13 x 9 cm.
        Picture of the folk dances in Scotland was together with the other photos and was from roughly the same time period.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and Fritz Heeb, 1981-1983. Folder 1462 (MSE/REE 0017-1462)
        2 b/w prints, each 13 x 9 cm.
        Folder contains a small portrait of Markstein from roughly the same period.

      • Photographs. Lev Kopelev, ca. 1983. Folder 1463 (MSE/REE 0017-1463)
        3 b/w prints, each 18 x 12 cm.
        Each of the photos is inscribed to Markstein from Kopelev.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and Lev Kopelev, 1981-1985. Folder 1464 (MSE/REE 0017-1464)
        3 colored prints, each 13 x 9 cm.
        Folder includes a 1981 photo of Kopelev in Frankfurt in which Markstein does not appear.

      • Photographs. Miriam Markstein and family, 1983-2000. Folder 1465 (MSE/REE 0017-1465)
        9 colored prints, various sizes.
        Elisabeth Markstein's youngest daughter, Miriam, married Roberto Markiewitz and had a daughter (Dana). She died in 2000; folder includes a photocopy of the memorial/obituary.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and friends, 1985-1986. Folder 1466 (MSE/REE 0017-1466)
        6 colored prints, 13 x 9 cm.
        The 1985 photos were taken at Bad Leonfelden (Austria).

      • Photographs. Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein and grandchildren, 1986-2003. Folder 1467 (MSE/REE 0017-1467)
        6 colored prints, each 15 x 10 cm.; 10 colored photocopies, various sizes.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein at the awards ceremony, 1990 May 16. Folder 1468 (MSE/REE 0017-1468)
        5 colored prints, each 18 x 13 cm.
        Markstein received the Österreichischen Staatspreise für Literatische Übersetzung.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein at the awards ceremony, 1990 May 16. Folder 1469 (MSE/REE 0017-1469)
        11 colored prints, various sizes.
        Folder includes several photographs of Heinz Markstein.

      • Photograph. Elisabeth Markstein with friend, 1990 October. Folder 1470 (MSE/REE 0017-1470)
        1 colored print, 13 x 9 cm.
        The friend in the photograph has not been identified.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein and friends on her 70th birthday, 1999. Folder 1471 (MSE/REE 0017-1471)
        29 colored prints, most 13 x 9 cm.
        Some of the friends celebrating Markstein's birthday are identified on the backs of the photos.

      • Photographs. Elisabeth Markstein, Heinz et al., ca. 2000. Folder 1472 (MSE/REE 0017-1472)
        4 colored prints, different sizes.
        One of the photos features Nadezhda Mirova.

    • Subseries 2: Drawings
       
      • Drawing. Vasilisa Shklovsaia-Kordi, Clown face, woman figure, n.d. Folders 1473 (MSE/REE 0017-1473)
        1 leaf, 2 pages, 30 x 21 cm.
        At the bottom of one page is written: "this is from Vasia"; the child's drawing was probably included in a lettter to Markstein.

      • Drawings. Unknown artist, El gaucho, ship arrival, ca. 1957. Folder 1474 (MSE/REE 0017-1474)
        2 drawings, pencil on paper, both 35 x 22 cm.

  • Series 6: Audio materials, floppy discs, and flash drives 
    • Subseries 1: Audio cassettes, reels, and compact discs
       
      • Audiocassettes. Joseph Brodsky reading his poetry, interview of Brodsky by Elisabeth and Heinz Markstein, et al. 1972 et al. Folder 1475-Box (MSE/MD 3718-1475-Box)
        7 audiocassettes, 10 compact discs.
        The 7 audiocassettes have been converted to cds for ease of use. The Marksteins's interview of Brodsky, just after his exile from the USSR in 1972, was published by Colta.ru in 2013. Other items include a recording of a radio program on the Moscow poet Timur Kibirov

      • Compact disc. "Wissenschaft," n.d. Folder 1476 (MSE/MD 3718-1476)
        1 compact disc.
        The compact disc named "Wissenschaft" contains various files that range from articles of Markstein on Pushkin to teaching materials

      • 7 inch reel. Joseph Brodsky interview, Naum Korzhavin poetry reading, et al. n.d. Folder 1477 (MSE/MD 3718-1477)
        1 7" reel (for reel-to-reel audio tape-recorder); 4 compact discs.
        The 7" reel has been converted to compact discs. The Brodsky interview is the same one conducted by the Marksteins shortly after Brodsky's exile and then converted to audiocassette (see folder 1475). Reel / cds also contain a poetry reading by Naum Korzhavin as well as recordings of various German radio broadcasts.

    • Subseries 2: Floppy discs and flash drives
       
      • 3.5 inch floppy discs. Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folders 1478 (MSE/REE 0017-1478)
        3 3.5" floppy discs.

      • Flash drives. Elisabeth Markstein, n.d. Folders 1479 (MSE/REE 0017-1479)
        2 flash drives; print-outs (17 pages).
        Flash drives contain a wide variety of materials from pictures of grand children to research materials on Solzhenitsyn, Gorenstein, and many others. Folder contains print-outs providing a sampling of the material: names of files, reminiscences on Markstein's part on her role as "Betta," her relationship with Brodsky, along with a 10-page biography of Markstein. Contents of the flash drives can also be found on the web storage location of Notre Dame's Rare Books and Special Collections.