Red nylon flag with yellow tassels and cord on one corner. Embroidered lettering on both sides. Embroidered portrait of Lenin on one side, crest with sun, hammer and sickle, wheat, and laurel wreath on the other. Recto reads: Lithuania Lithuanian SSR Council of Ministers of the Republican Council of Trade Unions. Verso reads: Proletariat of all countries, unite! Socialist competition winner for rationalization and inventiveness.
Rectangular pink banner with white stitching and tassels. Image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin in black and gold, writing in gold. White tags still attached to flag. It is from the Chervonohradsky Park of Culture and Recreation named for T. H. Shevchenko in Ukraine. Top of recto reads a quote attributed to V. I. Lenin: ...we come to the victory of Communist labour. Beneath Lenin's portrait on recto reads: For the winner of the socialist competition.
Series consists of biographical films about Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870-1924), leader of the Soviet Union and father of Communism. These films were created and produced in the Russian Soviet State and reflect the ideals of the state and the popular interpretation of Lenin's life and work. The 17 film reels make up the following 4 movies: "Lenin is alive" (1969), "Lenin: pages of the biography" (1969), "Gorki Leninskie" (1984), "Lenin documents, facts, recollections" (1969). A DVD was added to the collection in 2010 that depicts the public speeches and demonstrations taking place in Vilnius, Lithuania during the dissolution of the Lithuanian Soviet State, including the tearing down of a statue of Lenin in the city centre.
Note card with gold border, bearing image of Lenin against background of large numbers that read "1917". Back cover and interior bear Russian text. Interior also bears Lithuanian text. Recto reads: "Our pathway of communism!" The inside text brings Great October Socialist Revolution holiday greetings. The insert, written in Lithuanian, is addressed to the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Lithuania and the Construction of the City Economy Deputy Head H. Puskunigiui. It reads: "Sincere greetings to you on the occasion of the Jubilee of the Great October. We wish you new creative achievements at work, good health, a festive mood. TSO Republican Chair of the Association A. Baltusis" A. Baltusis' signature is beneath this message. The artwork on the recto was created by painter V. Ivanov in Moscow in 1977.
Item consists of red note cards with graphic depiction of Lenin's face on cover and Lithuanian text within. One copy has the years 1917-1977 written on the cover, but the others do not. They are addressed to Mr. Comrade H. Puskunigiui. The copy with the years 1917-1977 congratulates him and his staff on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution. Another card congratulates him and his staff on the occasion of the 59th anniversary of the October Socialist Revolution. Another card is an invitation to a formal sitting dedicated to the USSR State Construction Committee and construction and building materials industry workers' unions of the Central Committee of Red Flag. It was to be held at the Agricultural Construction Design Institute's Institute Hall on March 5 at 3pm.. The cards are issued and signed by Agricultural Construction Design Institute Director B. Rilys, party secretary A. Loda, local trade union chair J. Girdzius, Komsomol secretary A. Liksa.
Item consists of a red card with image of Lenin in black, as well as black Russian text. Interior bears Lithuanian and Russian text and signatures. Exterior reads: Invitation. It is address to Mr. Comrade H. Puskunigiui. Interior reads: "The Communist Party of Lithuania Vilnius City Committee and Municipal People's Deputies Executive Committee invites you to attend a solemn ceremonial for the Soviet government foundation in Lithuania and the Lithuanian Communist Party 60th anniversary, which will be held on the 15th of December 1978 in Lenin Square. It starts at 11am." The invitation was issued and signed by Agricultural Construction Design Institute Director B. Rilys, party secretary A. Loda, local trade union chair J. Girdzius and Komsomol secretary A. Liksa.
Two sets of 12 posters, each set is missing poster 10 and has a duplicate of poster 9 instead. The posters illustrate the timeline of Lenin's life, with subjects including: The Ulyanov Family, Childhood and Youth, For the Happiness of the People, Leader of the Revolution, Advisor and Comrade, The Best Fried, Creator of New Light, Ilyich and Children, and Alive (Lives) Forever. It was published in Kyiv. The authors were Tamila Semenivna Zhurbyts'ka and Nina Oleksiyivna Andrusych, designer was Mykola Arkadiyovych Uspens'kyy and the editor was N. H. Shyshkina. The head editor was V. F. Hozha, the Associate editors were Ya. A. Lemeshenko and A. V. Sabadash, the design editor was M. M. Yakushchenko, the technical editor was Z. C. Onyshchuk and the correctors were E. P. Braslavs'ka and N. S.Mytsyk.
blue, cloth-bound, hard cover albums with thick cardboard pages. Cover bears image of rocket and stamp perforated edge and reads: stamps. The pages include horizontal plastic strips to hold postage stamps in place on the pages. Each page is covered with interleaving tissue. Each album contains at least fifty Soviet postage stamps, many bearing the image of Lenin. Some depict the Ukrainian SSR.
relief portrait of Lenin from collar up, displayed behind a red disc of transparent resin. Stands upright on black triangular plastic base. At the bottom it reads in Ukrainian: Rostovnid. (That is perhaps the name if the manufacturer.)
black granite block with blue-grey veins and rounded corners. Recto is carved with a mausoleum, marked with large Russian letters that read: Lenin. Verso has Ukrainian inscription, which reads: In this stone, masons with the participation of the city of Korostyshiv constructed a mausoleum for our leader V. I. Lenin.
shiny laquered wooden plaque bearing a profile portrait of Lenin wearing a captain's hat and jacket with red bow. The image is created with different colours of stain on the wood surface. Printed label adhered to back of plaque. It was produced in Lutsk, Ukraine. It is named "Portrait of V. I. Lenin."
shiny lacquered wood plaque bearing a portrait of Lenin created by different coloured wood stains. His face is rendered in high contrast as if there was a strong light shining from the left hand side. Label afixed to back. It was produced in Lutsk, Ukraine. It is named "Portrait of V. I. Lenin."
Cast bronze sculpture in low-relief of Vladimir Illyich Lenin's face. Hollow on the verso. A piece of paper is adhered on verso at the top, with inscription. The object appears to have been produced by a Lithuanian artist's co-operative.
Wooden plaque with yellow and amber-coloured plastic resin arranged in a mosaic to resemble the face of Lenin in profile. Mouted to a wooden base with an inscription in pen on the back, which reads: Jonos Liukaitis Palanga 1975.
Wooden wall plaque, rectangle in shape, with relief carving depicting Lenin in profile, wearing a Soviet era army cap now commonly known as 'Lenin's cap style'. On verso, a faint purple stamp filled out by hand with pencil. It reads: Ukrainian SSR. Lenin. July '70.
Commemorative white porcelain plate with gold trim and writing, with image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin and the sickle and hammer, and a boat. The writing is in Old Russian, which reads: 70 decree of peace, adopted unanimously at the All-Russian Congress of Workers', Soldiers' and Peasants' Deputies 26 October 1917. It was created in the German Democratic Republic by Weimar.
Large grey t-shirt with red square and McDonald's arches in which the face of Vladimir Illyich Lenin appears, with writing that reads McLenin's. On verso more writing in red with the sickle and hammer in a star. Verso reads: The party is over.
Scrapbook with hand written text, compositioned with glued photographs of Lenin and printed text. There is a separate letter written in Russian by a pioneer dated May 20, 1970. It was written in Gera, Germany. The pioneer is grateful for the parcel and letter that they had received. They also describes their participation in the concert for Lenin's 100 anniversary, which included folk dancing, music, gymnastics and Russian poetry reciting about Lenin and the USSR. Most of the text is in German, with some Russian. The FDJ (Free German Youth) logo is featured on the last page along with Soviet and German flags.