Collection Items

  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Podsledstvennye: igumen otet︠s︡ Simeon i otet︠s︡ Antoniĭ.
    Подследственные: игумен отец Симеон и отец Антоний.
    This photograph is part of a collection documenting the trial in the early 1950s of the Dubches hermits. The hermits were associated with Old Believer monasteries persecuted by the communist authorities in what was then the Soviet Union. In 1937-40 these monasteries were secretly relocated from the Ural Mountains to the left bank of the Lower Yenisey River and the Dubches River and its...
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Arestovannye obitatel'nit︠s︡y Dubchesskikh skitov.
    Арестованные обитательницы Дубчесских скитов.
    This photograph is part of a collection documenting the trial in the early 1950s of the Dubches hermits. The hermits were associated with Old Believer monasteries persecuted by the communist authorities in what was then the Soviet Union. In 1937-40 these monasteries were secretly relocated from the Ural Mountains to the left bank of the Lower Yenisey River and the Dubches River and its...
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Zakhvachennye otri︠a︡dom NKVD v 1951 g. chernorizit︠s︡y i poslushnit︠s︡y zhenskikh skitov Dubchesa.
    Захваченные отрядом НКВД в 1951 г. черноризицы и послушницы женских скитов Дубчеса.
    This photograph is part of a collection documenting the trial in the early 1950s of the Dubches hermits. The hermits were associated with Old Believer monasteries persecuted by the communist authorities in what was then the Soviet Union. In 1937-40 these monasteries were secretly relocated from the Ural Mountains to the left bank of the Lower Yenisey River and the Dubches River and its...
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Figurirovavshie na prot︠s︡esse 1951 g. v Krasnoi︠a︡rske "veshchestvennye dokazatel'stva" antisovetskoĭ dei︠a︡tel'nosti pustynnikov, zakhvachennye v molennykh skitov Dubchesa.
    Фигурировавшие на процессе 1951 г. в Красноярске "вещественные доказательства" антисоветской деятельности пустынников, захваченные в моленных скитов Дубчеса.
    This photograph is part of a collection documenting the trial in the early 1950s of the Dubches hermits. The hermits were associated with Old Believer monasteries persecuted by the communist authorities in what was then the Soviet Union. In 1937-40 these monasteries were secretly relocated from the Ural Mountains to the left bank of the Lower Yenisey River and the Dubches River and its...
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Novosibirskiĭ nastavnik Petr Sidorovich Kvashnin.
    Новосибирский наставник Петр Сидорович Квашнин.
    This photograph is part of a collection documenting the trial in the early 1950s of the Dubches hermits. The hermits were associated with Old Believer monasteries persecuted by the communist authorities in what was then the Soviet Union. In 1937-40 these monasteries were secretly relocated from the Ural Mountains to the left bank of the Lower Yenisey River and the Dubches River and its...
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Zabroshennoe oborudovanie.
    Заброшенное оборудование.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Baranovskii, Leopol'd Antonovich
    • Date: 1988
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Zhil'e okhrannikov lagpunkta N 6.
    Жилье охранников лагпункта N 6.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Baranovskii, Leopol'd Antonovich
    • Date: 1988
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Vse, chto ostalos' ot baraka v lagpunkte N 6.
    Все, что осталось от барака в лагпункте N 6.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Baranovskii, Leopol'd Antonovich
    • Date: 1988
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Pilorama okolo zheleznodorozhnogo polotna.
    Пилорама около железнодорожного полотна.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Baranovskii, Leopol'd Antonovich
    • Date: 1988
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Vyshka chasovogo v lagpunkte N 6.
    Вышка часового в лагпункте N 6.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Baranovskii, Leopol'd Antonovich
    • Date: 1988
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Fotografii︠a︡ zakli︠u︡chennogo lagpunkta N 1 Salangina Aleksei︠a︡ Pavlovicha.
    Фотография заключенного лагпункта N 1 Салангина Алексея Павловича.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Date: 1950
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Zheleznodorozhnai︠a︡ strelka v lagpunkte N 17.
    Железнодорожная стрелка в лагпункте N 17.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Expedition of the Igarka Museum of the Permafrost
    • Date: 1994
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Pishcheblok v lagpunkte N 17 na ozere Vymskom.
    Пищеблок в лагпункте N 17 на озере Вымском.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Expedition of the Igarka Museum of the Permafrost
    • Date: 1994
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Storozhevai︠a︡ vyshka lagpunkta N 17.
    Сторожевая вышка лагпункта N 17.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Expedition of the Igarka Museum of the Permafrost
    • Date: 1994
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Bani︠a︡ v lagpunkte N 29.
    Баня в лагпункте N 29.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Expedition of the Igarka Museum of the Permafrost
    • Date: 1994
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Vid lageri︠a︡ s vertoleta.
    Вид лагеря с вертолета.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Boreisha, Vladimir Pavlovich
    • Date: 1995
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Razrushennyĭ tualet v lagpunkte.
    Разрушенный туалет в лагпункте.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Boreisha, Vladimir Pavlovich
    • Date: 1995
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Vorota v lager'.
    Ворота в лагерь.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Boreisha, Vladimir Pavlovich
    • Date: 1995
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Doska ob"i︠a︡vleniĭ.
    Доска объявлений.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Boreisha, Vladimir Pavlovich
    • Date: 1995
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Stolovai︠a︡.
    Столовая.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Boreisha, Vladimir Pavlovich
    • Date: 1995
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Miting po sluchai︠u︡ smerti Stalina v poselke Ermakovo.
    Митинг по случаю смерти Сталина в поселке Ермаково.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Ruge, Walter
    • Date: 1953
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Orekstr zakli︠u︡chennykh KVCh v poselke Ermakovo.
    Орекстр заключенных КВЧ в поселке Ермаково.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Ruge, Walter
    • Date: 1951
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Izbiratel'nyĭ uchastok v poselke Ermakovo.
    Избирательный участок в поселке Ермаково.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Ruge, Walter
    • Date: 1953
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Pristan'-debarkader v poselke Ermakovo.
    Пристань-дебаркадер в поселке Ермаково.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Ruge, Walter
    • Date: 1953
  • Photo, Print, Drawing
    Muzykanty-zakli︠u︡chennye orkestra pri teatre Upravlenii︠a︡ stroitel'stvom N 503.
    Музыканты-заключенные оркестра при театре Управления строительством N 503.
    This item is from a collection of materials related to the Salekhard-Igarka Railway, an unfinished Soviet railroad sometimes called the "Dead Road." This railroad was intended to unite European Russia with the northern regions of Siberia and to facilitate the export of minerals from the industrial city of Noril'sk. Construction began in 1949 but was abandoned in 1953 after Stalin's death. Stalin had ordered...
    • Contributor: Ruge, Walter
    • Date: 1951