Researchers might be interested in both the records of the Foundation itself and the various manuscripts which scholars and literary figures have deposited with the Center over the years. Some years ago, Professor I. Shumilin prepared a preliminary list of holdings in the Foundation Archives. His headings were the following: Manuscripts "A" (concerning T.F.). Manuscripts "B" (other). Tolstoy Farm. Correspondence with welfare/ church organizations. Correspondence with various minor organizations. Confidential. Personal Alexandra Tolstoi/Tolstoy and Tatiana Schaufuss. Psychological warfare (psychological strategy in Cold War). Budget and financial reports. Statistical reports. Reports of T.F. Working plan of T.F. T.F. meetings Tolstoy Foundation board of directors. Correspondence of T.F. with branches. Refugees relief. Laws and immigration documents Legislation testimonies for hearings. Search tracing department. Immigration: cases, sponsors, assurances, etc. (alphabetized and unalphabetized). Escapees and U S E P. I R O. American Council of Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service (Foreign Operations Administration—F.O.A.). Material help, medical help, CARE, CRALOG, etc. Lists of DP—arrival and departure (Tolstoy Foundation and others) (alphabetized and individual items listed). Jobs, employments, recommendations. Resettlement of DPs (on farm, immigrat., etc.). Reports of new addresses. Miscellaneous materials about DP and immigration in general (outside U.S.A.). DP camps (outside U.S.A.). Exerptions (sic) from general DP-file: a) Nationality, b) Territory, c) Students. Personal and general correspondence of: a) A. L. Tolstoi, b) T. A. Schaufuss, c) E. I. Tomaschewskaja. Repatriation. Clippings of newspapers in 7 divisions (DP—varia; T.F.—activities; articles, notes, speeches of A. L. Tolstoi; laws, notes about a new immigration law; about Leo Tolstoi/Tolstoy; "Berezoff's illness"; Varia). The news—Tolstoy Foundation (with general correspondence). Russian Language Program. Unclassified material. Information, books, newspapers, concerning refugees problems. Contributions.
The Foundation's archival material at present is located at the Center in Valley Cottage, New York. Access to these materials requires the written permission of the Foundation's management, which will reply to inquiries directed to the above address in New York City.