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Antoniou, Dimitrios

These materials--some published by zine veterans, others by graffiti crews or anti-capitalist collectives--convey a strong wish to destabilize mainstream crisis narratives and engage Greece's current predicament through poetry, surrealist stories, queer theory, and a return to the fundamentals of anarchism. Beautifully designed and presented in unconventional forms, these zines of the Greek crisis, are unique publications, strategically marginal, and are not being acquired by other U.S. research libraries. This unique resource is possible to collect because visiting professor Dimitrios Antoniou has established relationships with the distributors of these materials in Greece.

Baltusauskas, Zinoviĭ Ivanovich, ca. 1890-

Handwritten and typescript memoirs (69 pages) of Zinovii Ivanovich Baltushevskii (Baltusauskas), describing his military education at the Vil'no Military Academy and his service in 1913-1916. There is also one issue of the journal "Voennaia Byl'" (May 1963) with Baltushevskii's article "Tragediia XX armeiskogo korpusa v Avgustovskikh lesakh" describing military events in 1914-1915.

Pfeiffer, Zoltan, 1900-1981

The collection includes photocopies of letters by Josef Cardinal Mindszenty and an undated photograph of Pope Paul VI. The arranged correspondence dates from 1947 to 1980. There are manuscripts by a number of Hungarian emigres as well as by Pfeiffer himself. The subject files contain information on the Assembly of Captive European Nations. Among the printed materials are 49 folders of newspaper articles by or about Pfeiffer. In addition, there are seven reels of 7 1/2" audio tape containing interviews with Pfeiffer.

Szajkowski, Zosa, 1911-1978
This collection contains an eclectic variety of materials collected by Jewish historian, archivist, and bibliographer Zosa Szajkowski (1911-1978). Materials include organizational records, documents, correspondence, periodicals, printed ephemera related to Eastern European Jewish life in France in 1920s and 1930s and on the territories of modern Ukraine, Lithuania, Poland and Russia in the first quarter of the 20th century.