Serge Daniloff papers
Daniloff's 1925 autobiography, with correspondence and other writings; his 1921 Harvard University diploma; other certificates; driver's license; and portrait photograph by Helen Breaker (Paris), 1934.
- circa 1921-1934
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Collection is open for research.
A portion of this collection is shelved offsite. Retrieval requires advance notice. Check with Houghton Public Services staff.
Extent.4 linear feet (2 boxes)
- Daniloff, Serge. Serge Daniloff papers, circa 1921-1934 (2013M-23): Guide
- Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- 2018 November 16
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