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COLLECTION Identifier: MS Slavic 7.1

Correspondence with Tadeusz Solowij


Correspondence between Polish writer and translater Jozef Wittlin and Tadeusz Solowij.


  • 1945-1975


.5 linear feet (1 box)

Also includes correspondence between Wittlin's wife, Halina, and Solowij.

Biographical / Historical

Wittlin (1896-1976) was a Polish writer and translator.


Arranged alphabetically.

Physical Location


Immediate Source of Acquisition


Gift of Tadeus Solowij, 3427 Beaconsfield Avenue, Montreal, Quebec, H4A-2H2, Canada; received: 1977 May 20.

Wittlin, Józef, 1896-1976. Correspondence with Tadeusz Solowij: Guide.
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