- Potsdam , Germany
Lembit Saarts was an Estonian artist. From 1942 to 1948 he studied at the Pallas Art School, which was later renamed the Tartu State Art Institute. He was a member of the Tartu Circle, and, like most other members, he was arrested in 1949 and sent to a prison camp in Jezkazgan in Kazakhstan. He was released in 1956. He then returned to Tartu, worked there as a drawing teacher, and became a member of the Estonian Artists' Union. From 1966 to 1984, he also worked as an artist at the Experimental Repair Factory in Tartu.
Algis Samulionis (1936–1994) was a researcher (from 1964) in the Institute of Lithuanian Language and Literature. In 1973, Samulionis presented various documents and material relating to the famous Lithuanian writer Balys Sruoga and his work to the Manuscript Division of the institute. In 1989, the institute received more material from Samulionis (Sruoga’s correspondence with his wife Vanda).
Samulionis researched Sruoga’s life and work. He prepared 15 volumes of Sruoga’s writings for publication.
- 10308 Vilnius Antakalnio gatvė 6 , Lithuania