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Favourite Songs of Toddlers

33 rpm record, smaller in diameter than an LP, in a plastic sleeve and cardboard cover. Cover depicts drawings of children and birds in outdoor setting. One side has 7 songs; the other has 6. Biographical information about each of the songs' composers is on the back cover. It cost 90 kopecks.

USSR Ministry of Culture

V. Mayakovsky: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin LP record

33 rpm LP record in paper and exterior cardboard sleeves. Cover depicts woodcut of Lenin as well as titles text. Back is red and white and contains significant Russian text. Mikhail Astangov reads V. Mayakovsky's commemorative poem about Lenin. It was recorded in 1962 and copyrighted in 1976. It cost 2 rubles and 50 kopeks.

USSR Ministry of Culture

Meeting with Lenin

Double 33 rpm record album in plastic and external fold-out sleeve. Cover depicts sketch of Lenin and title. Centerfold is red and white with extensive Russian text, as well as photo and second sketch of Lenin. The title reads: Reading the Biographical Chronicle. Back is white with more Russian text. The recording is described as a documentational composition of chronicles of Lenin's biography. It cost 40 kopecks.

USSR Ministry of Culture

The History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union

Double 33 rpm record album in plastic and external fold-out sleeve. Cover has large red letters that stand for Communist Party of the Soviet Union and a depiction of the USSR constitution document. Centerfold contains numerous historical photograph reproductions with captions. Back has track listings. The years 1971-1980 are included in this 15th edition. It was recorded in 1982 and copyrighted in 1983. It cost 60 kopeks.

USSR Ministry of Culture

Sacred War: Songs and Marches of War-Time

33 rpm LP records in plastic sleeves and exterior cardboard sleeves. Cover depicts formations of soldiers marching in Red Square. Large Russian title in red and other text in purple. Back is white with track titles in Russian and English. Each cost 2 rubles.

USSR Ministry of Culture

1917-1957 commemorative plate

Commemorative plate of Vladimir Illyich Lenin standing with one arm raised to the sky, with the other at his chest. At the top of plate are the dates 1917-1957, marking 40 years since the Great October Socialist Revolution. City scape and water in background, with a glowing star in the sky. There are laurels and a hammer and sickle beneath his feet. Done in relief.

Photographic plaque of Lenin at his desk

Black and white photograph mounted on plaque with bevelled edges. Image depicts Lenin reading the Soviet newspaper Truth at his desk. Back of plaque has string hanger and cardboad fold-out stand. Applied printed label on verso.

Mosaic portrait of Lenin

wooden plaque on which is mounted a mosiac made of amber, creating a profile portrait of Lenin. Hole in wood verso made for hanging the object on a wall.

Certificate of Merit

Certificate of merit with image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin in gold, with gold and red writing and the hammer and sickle symbol. There are lines on which to write a the commendation. On verso, red with grey writing. On both sides, it reads: Certificate of Merit. On recto, it reads: Proletariat of all countries, unite! There is also a quote attributed to V. I. Lenin: Socialism is alive, talented, is a creation of masses themselves.

Certificate of Merit

Certificate of merit with image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin standing above a crowd and speaking, with red Russian flag below him. Same image that appears on poster in collection (accession # 2008.005.167). White background with gold writing reads: Certificate of Merit. On verso, white background with red writing reads: Certificate of Merit. The artist was V. Trubanova. The certificate was produced in Moscow.

Certificate, military

Citation cards with Soviet flags and crest featuring profile of Lenin. Military aircraft and tanks are depicted along the bottom edge. It reads: For our Soviet homeland! A quote attributed to V. I. Lenin reads: Our slogan should be one - study the case in a real way...

New Komsomol Member Citation

Citation cards with ribbon graphic and profile drawing of Lenin. On recto, there is text congratulating the new Komsomol member and space for a photograph of member. On verso, design with Soviet crests and images at significant dates. It reads: 1928 - In commemoration of combat merit for outstanding heroism during the civil war and foreign intervention. 1931 - For the initiative taken for the shock work and socialist competition, to ensure a successful implementation of the first five-year economic development plan of the country. 1945 - For outstanding services to the country during World War II, for the great work of educating Soviet youth in the spirit of selfless devotion to the Fatherland. 1948 - For outstanding services to the country in the case of education of Soviet youth and active participation in Socialist construction, in connection with the 30th anniversary of the founding of Kosomol. 1956 - For great contribution in Socialist building, emphasizing the selfless work of boys and girls in the successful development of virgin and fallow lands. 1968 - For outstanding achievements in Socialist and Communist construction, for the fruitful work of educating the younger generation and in connection with the 50th anniversary of the founding of Kosomol. Beneath that text reads a quote attributed to V. I. Lenin: Union Communist youth should be a shock group, which through any work demonstrates its help, exerts its iniative, its handsel. Beneath that reads: All-Union Lenin (adj.) Communist Union of Youth.

Certificate of merit (filled out)

Folded citation card with portrait drawing of Lenin on the interior, addressed to a recipient in black ink and stamped. On recto it reads: Glory to labour! Certificate of Merit. Inside it reads in Russian: Proletariat of all countries, unite! Certificate of Merit. There is also a quote by Lenin: The first productive force of all humankind is work, working
The filled in portion is in Lithuanian and reads: On the occasion of the 68th anniversary of the Great October Socialist Revolution, Comrade Stepas Luksta is recognized for his good work and social activities. It is signed by the party director, committee secretary and the trade union chair.
The art is by V. Rodionov and it was produced in Moscow. A bit of Ukrainian is written on verso.

Certificate of merit (filled out)

Folded citation card with profile portrait of Lenin on a red cover, addressed to a recipient in black ink and stamped. On verso, it reads: Certificate of Merit. Inside there is a quote by L. I Brezhnev. It also reads: Proletariat of all countries, unite! Certificate of Merit. It reads: Awarded to Shaulis Povilas Yuozovich for good Soviet attitude, high quality performance of tasks, in honour of the builder. It is signed by the head of construction boards "Stroiindustriya" V. F. Kotsarev, party bureau secretary O. M. Pakhomkova and Predpostroikoma V. M. Sozonov.

Citation

Rectangular citation card with image of Lenin against a sky background and crowd of people, a red Soviet flag in front. Beneath the picture it reads: V. I Lenin on podium. The artist was A. Gerasimov.

Certificate of merit

Folded citation card with Kremlin clocktower image on front and drawing of Lenin inside. Very similar to 2008.005.204. On recto it reads: Certificate of Merit. Inside it reads: Proletariat of all countries, unite! Certificate of Merit. Some of the font is raised. The artist was A. B. Molokova and it was produced in Moscow.

Citation to a new Little Octobrist

Citation cards with badge design of the Little Octobrists. It is meant to be given to a child that achieves Little Octobrist status. On recto, there is a design featuring Lenin as a child within a red star with emanating rays, a message to the new Little Octobrist, a space to attach a photograph of the Little Octobrist and a space for notes. On verso, red star graphic with smaller designs featuring children participating in many of the activities associated with the club, including sports, agriculture and music. It reads: We have five rules and we will achieve them. The rules are listed on the right-hand side, written as poetry. The art work was done by A. Finogenov and the cards were produced in Moscow.

Citation to a labour veteran

Citation cards that are not yet folded that have the star, hammer and sickle on recto. On inside of card is an image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin writing and reading at his desk. Opposite page is a blank white space with the gold writing and the star, hammer and sickle. Framed in red, with gold and yellow. On both sides, it reads: For a labour veteran. It was produced in Moscow. The artists responsible were V. Trubanov and S. Bondar. There is some small text written in Ukrainian as well.

Circular medallion of Lenin in a plastic case

Circular medallion composed of metal alloy in white plastic box. Box lid has gold writing on it, which reads "V. I. Lenin," with banner and laurel. Medallion has relief of Vladimir Illyich Lenin's face. It rests perfectly in box, and does not come out or move.

Profile portrait of Lenin

Metal alloy sculpture in low-relief of side profile of Vladimir Illyich Lenin's face. Hollow on verso, with a screw for hanging. Small sticker adhered on verso at the top, with inscription.

Circular wall hanging of Lenin

Circular metal alloy with heavy metal rim and hook on back to hang. Gold plated relief of Vladimir Illyich Lenin. The hook reads: ZNAR.

N. Sokolov

Soviet paper currency

various paper bills of Soviet currency, bearing portraits of Lenin, Russian text with supporting text in various languages of the USSR and Soviet symbols.

Bust of Lenin

Bust of Lenin, cast in bronze, showing head and top of torso, dressed in waistcoat, jacket and tie, but with shoulders cropped off.

Cross stitch of Lenin in wood frame

Cross stitch on canvas of Vladimir Illyich Lenin's head and shoulders, in black, white and grey embroidery floss. In a wood frame with glass protection. Hook on verso to hang the frame.

Cross stitch of Lenin in gold frame

Cross stitch on burgundy coloured felt of Vladimir Illyich Lenin's head and shoulders, in black, white and grey embroidery floss. In a gold plated metal alloy frame with glass protection. Hook on verso to hang the frame. Backing made of wood.

Profile portrait of Lenin

Rectangular glass with impression on one side depicting the face of Lenin in profile. A reproduction of his signature is molded into the glass below the portrait.

Gold notecards with Lenin's portrait

Note cards with scored line in centre for easy folding. Gold recto, white verso. Recto has portrait of Lenin in rectangular frame, and Russian writing. Verso has red hammer and sickle surrounded by ribbon in top left colour. The artist of the portrait was S. Prisekin and the card's designer was V. Alekseeva. The cards were produced in Moscow.

yellow notecards with Lenin's portrait

note cards with scored line in centre for easy folding. Recto is white and yellow with portrait of Lenin on right side, as well as Russian text that reads: V. I. Lenin. Verso is white with red hammer and sickle surrounded by ribbon motif in top left hand corner. The artist of the portrait was I. Kosmin. The cards were produced in Moscow.

white note cards with portrait of Lenin

note cards depicting portrait of Lenin and Russian writing on recto, and hammer and sickle, foliage design at bottom right of verso. Score line in centre allows card to be folded. The artist of the portrait was S. Raev. The cards were produced in Moscow.

green note cards with drawing of Lenin

note cards depicting a drawing of Lenin from neck up. Recto is green with Russian writing, verso is white. Beneath Lenin's portrait is his name: V. I. Lenin. Scored line in centre allows the card to be folded. The artist of the portrait was N. Andreev. The card was produced in Moscow.

note card with red graphic portrait of Lenin

note card depicting red graphic portrait of Lenin and Russian text on recto. Verso is white with hammer and sickle surrounded in red ribbon in top right corner. Beneath the portrait, Russian text reads: V. I. Lenin. The artist of the portrait was K. Pyuss. The card was produced in Moscow.

note cards with red drawing of Lenin

note cards depicting Lenin's face in red pencil, and Russian text on recto. Verso is blank. Score line in centre allows card to be folded. Beneath the portrait, text reads: Glory to the Great October! The artist of the portrait was A. Zhilis. The cards were produced in Moscow.

note cards with drawing and signature of Lenin

note cards with charcoal type portrait of Lenin, with signature underneath. Recto is red on right hand side around portrait, and contains Russian text. Verso is blank. Score line in centre allows card to be folded. The artist of the portrait was V. Sachkov. The cards were produced in Moscow.

note cards with photo reproduction of Lenin

note cards with a photo reproduction of Lenin from the waist up against a grey background on the right side of the recto. Verso is blank. Scored line in centre allows the card to be folded. The text beneath the portrait reads: V. I. Lenin. The photograph was taken by P. Zhukova and the card was designed by V. Alekseeva. The cards were produced in Moscow.

note cards with painting of Lenin by the sea

note cards with a reproduction of a painting of Lenin by a body of water. Shown against grey background on right side of recto. Blank verso. Scored line to allow card to be folded. The text beneath the portrait reads: V. I. Lenin. The artist of the portrait was M. Devyatov. The cards were produced in Moscow.

red note cards with portrait of Lenin and newspapers

note cards with red recto and white verso with foliage and hammer and sickle decorations. Recto depicts Lenin with the year 1917 and newspaper articles behind him. Scored line allows card to be folded. The writing on the newspaper is in Old Russian. The artist of the portrait was A. Burlov. The cards were produced in Moscow.

Cigarette packs with Lenin's portrait

Packages of 20 cigarettes each. Red box bears Russian text and graphic portrait of Lenin. A graphic of the Soviet paper Truth is behind Lenin's portrait. Recto text reads: Cigarettes Prime Nostalgia. A side of the box reads: Cigarettes Fifth Class. The top reads: Smoking harms your health. On the bottom, the company's address is provided. Verso text reads "Prime Nostalgia". A Russian government label depicts the Russian emblem and reads: "Special Tabacco Brand" and "Russia".

The Public Corporation "Pogarskaya Cigarette-Cigar Factory"

Clay sculpture of Lenin

light brown clay sculpture of Lenin from the waist up, including one are with fist clenched and coat collar. Very roughly sculpted or not finished. Unfinished clay on back, tool marks visible on surface.

mounted print of Lenin

printed reproduction of a painting of Lenin, shown in jacket and tie from the chest up. The print is mounted on particle board and covered in a transparent plastic layer. Verso has cord for hanging the picture on the wall, as well as an applied label.

USSR newspaper Truth

Front section of Soviet Russian newspaper containing 6 pages of text and halftone images. Identified as issue no. 313 (21282). Newspaper title is flanked by crests of Lenin and a military star type crest. The images include that of a press conference at Lenin's mausoleum, a large protest or march with crowd members holding banners depicting Lenin, military excercizes and parades, and entertainer playing the accordion. On the front page, the main story's title reads: Under the banner of Lenin - dear October! Reporting about the parade and demonstration of workers on Red Square. The title of the story below it reads: Holiday reception at the Kremlin's Palace of Congresses. The last story is titled: A Speech by Comrade L. I. Brezhnev. It is on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of the October Revolution. On page 2, the main story from the front page is continued. Pictures of the parade depict soldiers marching and war technology. The story on the right-hand side is about the parade march to the palace. On page 3, the title reads: Unity, Brotherhood, Cohesion: Holiday Celebrations in the Capitals of Union Republics. The cities featured are Kyiv (Kiev), Minsk, Tashkent, Alma-Ata, Tbilisi, Baku, Vilnius, Chisinau (Kishinev), Riga, Frunze, Dushanbe, Yerevan, Ashgabat and Tallinn. On the top left of page 4, the title reads: We talk about the new winners: Calling the foremost example. The story below it is titled: Domestic-talent and skill. The bottom left-hand story is titled: Bridges for Baikal-Amur Mainline, and a picture of foreign parade-goers in Moscow is to its right. The story on the right-hand side is titled: Congratulating Countries of the Union. Page 5 includes various international news stories and a political cartoon about the October Revolution and negative international sentiments toward the USSR. The last page includes article titles including Conviction, News: Holiday Mosaic, Sport, From the Poetry Notebook, Inquiries. Publisher and publishing information is also included at the bottom of the page. At the top of the page, there are two pictures: two young people preparing to celebrate the October Revolution are in one picture and the other shows a sporting event at a stadium.

MIR Dive - Kamchatka - Edited tape

This recording is of hydrothermal vents and surrounding chemosynthetic life deep on the ocean floor. Hydrothermal vents are one of the greatest discoveries of the twentieth century. They are theorized to be the originators of life on earth. This recording was made by the MIR submersibles that travel with their mothership RV Akademik Mstislav Keldysh, an oceanographic research vessel. The submersibles can reach depths of 6000 meters (almost 20,000 feet).

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Komsomolets - 6 minutes

This recording is a documentary account of the survey conducted with the aid of the Mir submersibles of the sunken Russian nuclear submarine Komsomolets. This expedition had visited the Komsomolets to mesure amounts of radioactive leakage coming from the shipwreck. During the dives, Mir’s mechanical arms take parts and samples and leave samplers and other objects in and around the Komsomolets.

The K-278 Komsomolets, a Soviet nuclear submarine, was launched May 9, 1983 and was lost April 7, 1989 in northern Europe in the Arctic Ocean. The submarine had an operating depth of 1000 meters and was designed with the ability to dive to 1500 meters. Aboard the vessel were torpedoes including two nuclear warheads. The submarine’s demise was caused by a fire; it sank to a depth of around 1500 meters. There were 25 survivors and 42 fatalities. The controversy surrounding the loss of this vessel has to do with radioactive contamination from the nuclear reactor and nuclear torpedoes. Leakage could potentially contaminate drinking water, affect fish population and the ecology. Several expeditions to the Komsomolets have been undertaken to probe the area. Although earlier tests showed no signs of dangerous leakage, later tests revealed this was not so. The Komsomolets has since been buried in mud to seal fractures and contain radioactive leakage.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

Komsomolets - cut 1 and cut 2

This recording is a documentary account of the survey conducted with the aid of the Mir submersibles of the sunken Russian nuclear submarine Komsomolets. The recording begins with an at sea memorial for sunken vessel. Next are shots of a map of the Komsomolets with certain areas marked in red, possibly where samplers and beacons will be left during the submarine dives to record radioactive leakage. Following this are dives to the sunken vessel in the Mir 1 and 2 submersibles. During the dives, Mir’s mechanical arms take parts and samples and leave samplers and other objects in and around the Komsomolets.
The K-278 Komsomolets, a Soviet nuclear submarine, was launched May 9, 1983 and was lost April 7, 1989 in northern Europe in the Arctic Ocean. The submarine had an operating depth of 1000 meters and was designed with the ability to dive to 1500 meters. Aboard the vessel were torpedoes including two nuclear warheads. The submarine’s demise was caused by a fire; it sank to a depth of around 1500 meters. There were 25 survivors and 42 fatalities. The controversy surrounding the loss of this vessel has to do with radioactive contamination from the nuclear reactor and nuclear torpedoes. Leakage could potentially contaminate drinking water, affect fish population and the ecology. Several expeditions to the Komsomolets have been undertaken to probe the area. Although earlier tests showed no signs of dangerous leakage, later tests revealed this was not so. The Komsomolets has since been buried in mud to seal fractures and contain radioactive leakage.

MacInnis, Joseph B.

plaque with Lenin profile

wooden plaque with metal folding stand. Wood is topped with layers of red plastic and metal, with a silver coloured relief portrait of Lenin. Covered with a clear plastic lid.

[Wooden egg with political portrait]

Wooden egg shape sculpture, hand painted with face of what may be Mikhail Gorbachev. He wears glasses, holds a microphone up to his mouth, and an earphone up to his ear. Portrait is in black and white, while the egg is painted in red-brown.

Wooden egg with painting of Gorbachev

Wooden egg shape sculpture, hand painted with head and shoulders of Mikhail Gorbachev. sickle, hammer and star from flag appear in gold around him, with clock tower in background and more gold writing. The egg is painted red, and does not stand flat but falls over on its side. The writing behind Gorbachev reads: CPSU. Verso writing reads: Glasnost - Perestroika. There is also a raised signature.

CCCP watch in box

Watch resting in plastic case, on foam. Red letters (CCCP) on the watch face, with a red star at the 12 o'clock position. CCCP is the Russian abbreviation which translates in English to Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). "Perestroika" is also written on the watch face. Verso of watch face is engraved with "CCCP," a star and the numbers 140836. Plastic box is pink and grey tortoise shell. Recto of box reads "Glory" in Russian. Paper tag tied by string to watch with the letter C on it. Fake wrist band around watch made of paper. Sticker adhesive on top of plastic box with the numbers 11.50. Inside box are folded paper receipts or certificates or warranties.

Head of Lenin

Sculpture moulded in plaster of Lenin's head, mounted on a wooden base with a velvet backing.

Plastic "Little Octobrists" pins

Red transluscent plastic pins, star-shaped with a circle in the middle. The face of a young Lenin is depicted in the circle in the form of a print on paper, with plastic covering and metal framing ring. There is a metal pin clasp attached to the back. The back of the plastic is marked with a star/'H' symbol.

Centennial statue with silver profile of Lenin

Black, shiny, crystal-shaped plastic statue with applied silver relief image of Lenin's profile, as well as gold inscription of his signature and centennial birth years: I. Ulyanov (Lenin) 1870-1970. (one housed in red plastic case with clear lid)

Miniature relief carving of Lenin

Three transparent plastic blacks mounted on black plastic base. Each block has a relief carving in the back, depicting Lenin or a statue of Lenin, a locomotive, and a submarine. Adhesive sticker on bottom.

Circular pin of Gorbachev

Circular plastic (organic material) pin with black edge, and colour photograph of Mikhail Gorbachev with hand raised holding a pen, the other holding a piece of paper. He is wearing a suit. Clasp on verso.

Drawing of Lenin, applied to wood

Wooden plaque ornament with graphic drawing of Lenin in profile applied with lacquer. There are 2 pegs inserted at the base of the plaque, which are inserted into the base to allow the plaque to stand upright on a desk or other flat surface. Lenin is drawn with Soviet era army cap now commonly identified with him as a 'Lenin style cap'.

Portrait of Lenin on Porcelain

Hand painted profile of Lenin on oval porcelain with gold boarder. A sign or possible an artist's stemp on the base, which includes the letter "B."

postcards with postal stamps honouring Lenin's 177th birthday

postcards with reproductions of paintings and the stamp made from that image. The images are scenes involving Lenin. The stamps are cancelled with an ink stamp. The ink stamp honours 177 years siince the birth of Lenin (22/04/1987) and indicates that the postcard was sent first class from Moscow. Verso is white and bears some Russian text.

postcards with portrait of Lenin in autumn

postcards bearing a reproduction of a painting of Lenin, who is shown standing by a lake in autumn. The rest of the recto is grey and also reads "1917". Recto is white and bears some small Russian text.

Semenov, B.

various postcards with Lenin's image

Postcards bearing various images of Lenin on the recto, accompanied sometimes by Russian text. Blank verso except for some small Russian text. One card depicts Lenin as a child and reads: Volodya Ulyanov four years old. Another depicts him as an adolescent and reads: Volodya Ulyanov - gymnasium (meaning high school) pupil. A postcard celebrates the holiday of Great October. A postcard reads: Forward with Communism!

folder of Lenin photographic postcards

package of postcards bearing photographic reproductions of scenes from Lenin's leadership. Each has crest with hammer and sickle and small Russian and English text on verso. All photographs are from 1919 and 1920.

Khramtsova, G.

Soviet army might poster

Object is a poster, 1 with foam core backing, 2 unmounted. Image depricts a drawing of Vladimir Illyich Lenin with red text, surround by armies of men, and soldiers saluting. Coloured in brown and red. Hook to hang poster on verso. It reads, "From the workers' detachments, revolutionary detachments, the first Red Guard regiments growing might of our army. 23 February, 1918."

Graphic of Lenin in front of Soviet flag

Item consists of a poster mounted on foam core, depicting Vladimir Illyich Lenin in red and white, standing with a Russian flag flowing in background. Hook to hang poster on verso. It reads, "More and more is necessary to broaden the participation of the working people in the management of the economy..."

More light, let the party know everything...

Large poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing and one loosely rolled poster shows image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin looking stern with red background, and white writing. Hook to hang poster on verso. The title of this poster is a quote attributed to Lenin. In smaller text it reads, "For us, as never before, more light isneeded, so that the party and people know all, so that we won't have dark corners, where would again start up the mold, all of that with which we are now led a decisive struggle and are far from completion. Therefore - more light!" This quote is indicated to be from materials from the Plenum of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union dated January 1987. The poster was produced in Moscow. The editors were M. Nedkova and I. Pechkin and the artistic editor was Yu. Leonov.

Sachkov, V.

Soviet power is the way to socialism

Large poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing shows image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin looking stern with fist raised, on red background with white highlights and writing. Hook to hang poster on verso. It reads, "Soviet power is the way to socialism, found in masses of workers and therefore - faithful and therefore - invincible." Lenin is holding the Soviet newspaper Pravda in his hand. The editor was A. Gromov, the artistic editor was A. Pastukhov and the technical editor was T. Onosovskaya.

Poltorak, Yu.

V. I. Lenin proclaims Soviet power

One poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing, and three loosely rolled posters, show the image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin standing above a crowd with arm outstretched toward the people, like he is presiding over a rally. Soldiers and common people - mostly all men - look up at him and raise their arms and guns in the air. They are inside a great white room with pillars and chandeliers: The State Tretyakov Gallery. Fine art reproduction of a painting. Hook to hang poster on verso of plastic enveloped poster. It is entitled: Lenin Proclaims Soviet Power. The editor was V. Kuznetsova and the technical editor was S. Furtseva. It was produced in Moscow.

Serov, V. A.

V. I. Lenin in Smolny

One poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing, and three loosely rolled posters, show the image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin sitting in an armchair covered in a white sheet, writting in a notebook on his lap. On the table in front of him is an opened newspaper. Fine art reproduction of a painting. Hook to hang poster on verso of the plastic enveloped poster. At the bottom left of the picture it reads: State Tretyakov Gallery. The poster's publishing house was named Pravda. It was published in Moscow.

Brodsky, I. I.

Poster of Lenin and his signature

One poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing, and three loosely rolled posters, show the image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin in grey and white, almost like a black and white photograph of Lenin. His signature appears below his face. Hook to hang poster on verso of plastic enveloped poster. It was produced in Moscow.

Ataeva, T. M.

Our goals - the best life for the working man, glory and prosperity of the country.

One poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing, and three loosely rolled posters, show the image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin in red on white background. Writing in red on white background. Hook to hang poster on verso. The editor was L. Levicheva, the artistic editor was A. Pastukhov and the technical editor was E. Kurova. It was published in Moscow.

Raev, S.

V. I. Lenin on a podium

One poster enveloped in plastic wrap with foam core backing, and three loosely rolled posters, show the image of Vladimir Illyich Lenin standing above a crowd and speaking to them, his hand at his chest. Below him are red Soviet flags and behind him is blue sky. Fine art reproduction of a painting. At the bottom left of the picture it reads: Central V. I. Lenin Museum. The poster's publishing house was named Pravda. It was published in Moscow.

Gerasimov, A. M.

Vladimir Ilyich Lenin: Life and work

Set of twelve small posters in a book format, depicting the life and work of Vladimir Illyich Lenin. Each poster represents a different section with images and text. Sections are: childhood and youth and the beginning of Revolutionary movement; leader of the Revolutionary workers; the founder of the Marxist party; in times of the First Revolution in Russia; in times of resistance and the new revolutionary rising; allegiance to the Internationalism of Proletariat; fighting for the Soviet rule; the leader of October; the founder of the First Socialist State in the world; leading the Guard (defense) of the Socialist fatherland; inspirer and organizer of the Socialist development; more Socialism, more Leninism.
The author-compiler was T. V. Panchenko, the designer was E. E. Ter-Arakelyan, the Head of the Editorial Board was O. V. Kuzishchin, the editor was O. P. Ilyushina, the Associate Editor was S. G. Dmitriev, the design editor was T. N. Milovidova, the technical editor was Ye. G. Kurova and the corrector was R. A. Skrul'. It was produced in Moscow.

Portrait of Lenin

Ten loosely rolled posters with the same photographic portrait of Lenin. Two posters have been removed to Box LN22 because of their small size. Beneath Lenin's portrait reads: V. I. Lenin. The photographer was P. A. Otsupa. It was produced in Moscow.

Our socialist responsibilities

Item consists of four unmounted posters depicting a portrait of Lenin on left side, with a text background. The right side has been left blank for something to be written or glued on.

WWII posters

Item is 3, 2 piece posters showing diferent scenes with soldiers and sailors. Content is the Soviet army's victory in WW II.

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