Anton Dolin papers
Letters and photographs sent to Anton Dolin by his friends.
Language of Materials
Collection materials are in English.
Conditions Governing Access
There are no restrictions on physical access to this material.
Extent.5 linear feet (1 box)
Letters and postcards sent to Anton Dolin from dancers, actors and writers. Also includes photographs of Dolin's correspondents inscribed to him and clippings. Most of the photographs have been also annotated by Dolin.
Biographical / Historical
Anton Dolin (1904-1983) was an English ballet dancer, teacher and choreographer. He started his career with Serge Diaghilev's Ballets Russes in 1921 and became one of the principal dancers for the company. Later, together with another Ballets Russes dancer Alicia Markova, he established Markova-Dolin Ballet. Dolin was instrumental in establishing London Festival Ballet (later English National Ballet). He also ocassionally appeared on stage as an actor.
Arranged alphabetically by author.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
2006MT-67R, 94-95.19. Gift of Lewis Lloyd, 85 Cottage St., Brookline, Massachusetts 02146; received: 1994 August 9.
Processed by: Irina Klyagin
- Dolin, Anton, 1904-. Anton Dolin papers, 1926-1983: Guide.
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