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Elisabeth Markstein. Notes on meetings with A. I. Solzhenitsyn, 1967 December-1970 February

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 867
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-867)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1967 December-1970 February

Document. Power of attorney, 1969 August 25

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 869
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-869)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1969 August 25

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Biographical notes, 1970 February

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 870
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-870)
Scope and Contents Biographical notes in Solzhenitsyn's own hand given to Markstein.
Dates: 1970 February

Elisabeth Markstein. Notes, undated

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 872A
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-872A)
Scope and Contents These handwritten notes may or may not be related to the Solzhenitsyn materials.
Dates: undated

Elisabeth Markstein. List of accounts, 1969-1974

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 873
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-873)
Scope and Contents Markstein's expense accounts with regard to Solzhenitsyn and Dr.Fritz Heeb, the Swiss lawyer who represented Solzhenitsyn in the West.
Dates: 1969-1974

Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1968 March-April

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 875
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-875)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1968 March-April

Correspondence. Elisabeth Borchers, Neuwied (Germany), with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 January-April

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 878
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-878)
Scope and Contents Enclosures include a letter of Max Reinhardt of the publisher Bodley Head to Borchers (dated 12/30/68) raising questions about publication rights.
Dates: 1969 January-April

Letters. Natalia Solzhenitsyn to Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 June 19

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 880
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-880)
Scope and Contents The enclosure consists of a photograph, and the APCS is a new year's greeting.
Dates: 1969 June 19

Letter. Zhores Medvedev, Obninsk (Russia), to Christian Bourgois, Paris, 1969 June

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 881
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-881)
Scope and Contents This letter of Zhores Medvedev (b. 1925) protesting the publishing practices of GRANI may have been an enclosure or attachment.
Dates: 1969 June

Correspondence. Dominique de Rous, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 June

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 882
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-882)
Scope and Contents Dominique de Roux (1935-1977) was a French writer and publisher, involved in publishing the works of Solzhenitsyn.
Dates: 1969 June

Correspondence. Georges Nivat, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 July-September

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 883
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-883)
Scope and Contents Georges Nivat (1935-2000) was a French literary historian and specialist in Russian studies; he became involved in translating several of Solzhenitsyn's works.
Dates: 1969 July-September

Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 September-November

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 884
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-884)
Scope and Contents Fritz Heeb (1911-1994) was a Swiss Lawyer and politician who represented Solzhenitsyn's interests in the West.
Dates: 1969 September-November

Letter. Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, to Patricia Blake, 1969 December

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 885
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-885)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1969 December

Correspondence. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 December

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 886
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-886)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1969 December

Correspondence. Michel Tatu, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969-1970 January

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 887
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-887)
Scope and Contents Michel Tatu (1933-2012) was a French scholar of Russian and a journalist most closely associated with the newspaper Le Monde.
Dates: 1969-1970 January

Correspondence. Jean-Jacques Marie, Paris, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1969 November-1970 January

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 889
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-889)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1969 November-1970 January

Letters. Fritz Heeb, Zürich, to Hermann Luchterhand (Publishing), Neuwied, and to Michel Tatu, Paris, 1970 January 26

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 891
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-891)
Scope and Contents Enclosures include a "communiqué" on Solzhenitsyn and a photocopy of a newspaper article on Solzhenitsyn's play Banquet of Victors..
Dates: 1970 January 26

Correspondence. Patricia Blake, New York, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 January-February

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 893
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-893)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1970 January-February

Correspondence. Christa Zavelberg, Neuwied, with Elisabeth Markstein, Vienna, 1970 January-February

 File — Box: 6, Folder: 894
Identifier: (MSE/REE 0017-894)
Scope and Contents Zavelberg was employed by Luchterhand publishing.
Dates: 1970 January-February