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Baku, capital of Soviet Azerbaijan. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Ballet. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Ballet dancers of the future. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Ballet “Romeo and Juliet” at the grand Opera and Ballet Theatre. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Basketball. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Battle career of hero. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Behind the scenes: Grand Opera and Ballet Theatre of the USSR. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Behind the scenes: Puppet Theatre. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Behind the scenes: Red Army Theatre. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Belarus. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Bicyclists. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Birthday party for Georgii Iul'evich Iavein, husband of Poliksena Nesterovna Shishkina-Iavein, 1913 Digital

Item Identifier: DCVC-2011-001
Scope and Contents: The Poliksena Nesterovna Shishkina-Iavein digital collection is comprised of materials that document the life of Poliksena Shishkina-Iavein, Russian physician, feminist activist, and president of the Russian League for Women’s Equal Rights. The bulk of the collection (1901-1917) consists of photographs of Shishkina-Iavein, her family and associates, and League meetings and activities, as well as a set of postcards published by the League, featuring prominent women in politics, science, and...

Bi︠u︡lleteni pervago Vserossiĭskago zhenskago sʺi︠e︡zda. ("Bullеtins of the First All-Russian Women's Congress"), 1908 Digital

Item Identifier: DCMC, 2018, 001, 00
Scope and Contents: Contains materials documenting public debates and activism on women's health, rights, education, and suffrage in early 20th-century Russia. Published materials include pamphlets, monographs, journals, almanacs, organizational reports, and congress proceedings. Contains works by prominent Russian feminist activists, including Mariia Pokrovskaia and Praskov'ia Arian. Also contains four English-language PhD dissertations from the late twentieth century on topics pertaining to women in Russia...

Boating. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Pokrovskaia, M. I. Borʹba s prostitut︠s︡ieĭ : doklad II Otdi︠e︡lenīi︠u︡ R. Obshchestva okhranenii︠a︡ narodnago zdravīi︠a︡, 10 dekabri︠a︡ 1899 goda. ("The Fight Against Prostitution: Report to the 2nd Section of the R[ussian] Society for the Protection of Public Health, 10 December 1899"), 1900 Digital

Item Identifier: DCMC, 2018, 001, 00
Scope and Contents: Contains materials documenting public debates and activism on women's health, rights, education, and suffrage in early 20th-century Russia. Published materials include pamphlets, monographs, journals, almanacs, organizational reports, and congress proceedings. Contains works by prominent Russian feminist activists, including Mariia Pokrovskaia and Praskov'ia Arian. Also contains four English-language PhD dissertations from the late twentieth century on topics pertaining to women in Russia...

Novik, I. D. Borʹba za politicheskiia prava zhenshchin: istoricheskii ocherk. ("The Fight for Women's Political Rights: A Historial Outline"), 1906 Digital

Item Identifier: DCMC, 2018, 001, 00
Scope and Contents: Contains materials documenting public debates and activism on women's health, rights, education, and suffrage in early 20th-century Russia. Published materials include pamphlets, monographs, journals, almanacs, organizational reports, and congress proceedings. Contains works by prominent Russian feminist activists, including Mariia Pokrovskaia and Praskov'ia Arian. Also contains four English-language PhD dissertations from the late twentieth century on topics pertaining to women in Russia...

Botkin Hospital blood bank. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Boys' life in Russia. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Boys' school in Moscow. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Bridges. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

British trade union delegation in Moscow. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...

Building exhibition in Moscow reopens. Digital

Item — Box: 3Identifier: DCVC001
Scope and Contents: Intended to document the reconstruction of the Soviet Union following World War II, these black-and-white photographs provide a substantial visual record of daily life, culture, and news at the start of the Cold War. Subjects range from famous people, such as Joseph Stalin and Dmitri Shostakovich, to ordinary people from all parts of the Soviet Union, including non-Russian speaking republics. Images show men, women, and children involved in domestic life, education, health care, industry,...