Catalogue of Tappe Collection, SSEES Library

School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES) Library, University College London

Catalogue of Tappe Collection - item descriptions TAP/3/1-TAP/3/5

TAP/3/1 - Letters to Tappe from Romania (1966-1972)

Previous number: part of box 2

Contents: letters to Tappe from Romania. The letters are mainly from fellow academics. They are arranged alphabetically by correspondent's surname with the letters of each correspondent being arranged by date. Some copies of Tappe's replies are contained.

(Languages) English & Romanian

1 envelope

TAP/3/2 - Letters to Tappe from Romania (1964-1979, mainly 1972-1979)

Previous number: part of box 3

Contents: letters to Tappe from Romania. The letters are mainly from fellow academics. They are arranged alphabetically by correspondent's surname with the letters of each correspondent being arranged by date.

(Languages) English & Romanian

1 envelope

TAP/3/3 - Letters to Tappe from fellow academics, mainly Romanians in emigration, B-G by surname (1948-1970)

Previous number: part of box 2

Contents: letters to Tappe from fellow academics, mainly Romanians in emigration. They are arranged alphabetically by correspondent's surname with the letters of each correspondent being arranged by date.

(Languages) English & (small amount) French & Romanian

1 envelope

TAP/3/4 - Letters to Tappe from fellow academics, mainly Romanians in emigration, H-V by surname (1948-1972)

Previous number: part of box 2

Contents: letters to Tappe from fellow academics, mainly Romanians in emigration. They are arranged alphabetically by correspondent's surname with the letters of each correspondent being arranged by date.

(Languages) English & French & (small amount) Italian & Romanian

1 envelope

TAP/3/5 - Letters to Tappe from Sybille Pantazzi (1951-1957)

Previous number: part of box 3

Contents: letters to Tappe from Sybille Pantazzi. Pantazzi was born in Romania of a Canadian mother and met Tappe while he was in Bucarest during and shortly after the Second World War. Pantazzi later left Romania for Canada where she became librarian of the Toronto Art Gallery. The letters contain some references to Romanian people and literature and are arranged by date.

(Languages) English & Romanian

1 envelope

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