Feature Images

ID: 11749
City: Lviv
Date: 1884-1900
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lviv National Library after V. Stefanyk
Subject:

Enclosing the Poltva River

City: Lviv
Date: 1884-1900
ID: 11748
City: Lviv
Date: 1910-1930
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lviv National Library after V.Stefanyk NAS of Ukraine
Subject:

The ground plot of The Sapieha Palace

City: Lviv
Date: 1910-1930
ID: 11746
City: Lviv
Date: 1960-1991
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lviv National Library after V.Stefanyk NAS of Ukraine
Subject: people, buildings

Woman photographer on the roof

City: Lviv
Date: 1960-1991
ID: 11743
City: Lviv
Date: 1920-1939
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lviv National Library after V.Stefanyk NAS of Ukraine
Subject: people, buildings

People near The Great Suburb Synagogue

City: Lviv
Date: 1920-1939
ID: 11666
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1930 -1939
Format: 18,3 х 13
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: Collectivization

Joining the Collective Farm (Kolkhoz)

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1930 -1939
On November 7, 1929, Pravda printed Joseph Stalin's article "The Year of the Great Breakthrough (On the Occasion of the 12th Anniversary of [the] October [Revolution])." The article said that peasants started joining collective farms "in entire villages, volosts, districts." The article became the prologue to the start of the policy of collectivization - mass formation of collective farms through forced consolidation and nationalization of land plots, implements, and livestock. Historicans consider the Soviet collectivization to be one of the causes of the Famine of 1932-1933 in Ukraine. The photograph shows a scene of peasants joining a collective farm in the Dnipropetrovsk region in the early 1930s.
ID: 11665
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1927-1930
Format: 18,3 х 13
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Construction of the Dnieper Hydroelectric Station

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1927-1930
The Dnieper Hydroelectric Station (known as DniproHES in its Ukrainian abbreviation) was a hydroelectric plant on the river Dnieper, built in 1927-1931. The plant was one of the most lasting symbols of Soviet-era industrialization. Construction of an electric station on the Dnieper in 1927-1931 was part of the GOELRO plan, approved in December 1920 by the VIII All-Russian Congress of Soviets. Construction of the DniproHES was headed by economist Aleksandr Vinter, hydrostructures builder Ivan Alexandrov, and a Technical Board of 15 leading electrical and hydroengineers. Hugh Cooper of the American company Cooper Engineering, which specialized in building hydrotechnical sturctures, as well as the German company Siemens. Construction of the dam elevated water levels in the Dnieper by 50 meters, which increased its significance in shipping.
ID: 11662
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1935
Format: 17,5х11,7 cm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: Collectivization

Members of the Ulianov Commune

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1935
The practice of industrial plants "taking patronage" or offering voluntary help to a village was widespread in the 1930s. In the spirit of this practice, the Communist Party Regional Committee placed the village of Podhorodne "in the care" of the Lower Dnieper Plant. In 1932-1933, a "headquarters for cultural and outreach work with regard to grain consignments and collectivization" was organized htere. Previously, Podhorodne had had the Ulianov Commune, which had been active until 1930, when it was merged with the Ilyich Collective Farm. The inscription on the photograph's reverse says: "Members of the Ulianov Commune next to a tractor donated by the employees of the Karl Liebknecht Plant, village of Podhorodne, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast. [Donated as part of the] Plant's patronage help to the village."
ID: 11659
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Format: 21,2х17 cm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Athletes on the Dnieper River

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
On reverse: "Athletes' excursion to the island," Dnieper River, May 30, 1934. Presumably shown are athletes of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant").
ID: 11631
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Format: 17,2х12,5
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Photo collage. Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant.

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Collage of portraits and photographs of the rooms of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant"). The plant originated in the late nineteenth century, as a result of the merger of the Charles and Gustave Chodoir company, and Bernard Hantke's nailery. After a significant drop in production levels in 1917-1920, the plant began to bounce back. Equipment was modernized in 1925, an open-hearth department was launched in 1931, and in 1932 the old pipes department was the first one in the USSR to start making drill pipes. In 1933 construction began of the rail transport solid wheel department, which boasted the biggest output in the world at the time. Open hearth No. 4 was launched in 1934. As of 1933, 7020 workers, 460 engineering and tech-support, and 342 officials were employed at the plant. Nationally, today the plant is one of the largest producers of steel pipes of various functions, rail wheels, tires, and large-scale circular products.
ID: 11629
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Format: 11х8,1
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Workers of the Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Company

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
The photograph shows the union committee of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav [currently "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant"]. As of 1924, the plant employed over 2,000 people. Living and working conditions of the employees were difficult. In spite of the stable operation of the entreprise, there were fairly frequent wage delays. In many cases, the response of the workers to these delays has been to go on strike, which the authorities treated as stalling or shirking. A letter from the secretary of the local Party committee of May 3, 1924, contains the following lines: “Late payment of wages have become the reason for shirking; hence the failure to meet the plan, and the firing of unreliable elements who would not submit to the resolutions of the trade union organization …”. The plant’s equipment underwent substantial modernization in 1925: 10 latest construction nail machines were acquired; the plant began to make preparations for the production of pipes. Wages were raised and working conditions improved. The strike movement petered out, and the plant became one of the leading metallurgical enterprises in Ukraine.
ID: 11624
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1932
Format: 11,5х8,5
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Workers of the experimental shop. Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1932
The photograph shows the workshop workers at the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (currenly PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant").
ID: 11622
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1930
Format: 29 х 20,5
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Employees of the Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1930
"The photograph shows employees of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC “Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant.”) The plant arose as a result of a merger between the “Charles and Gustave Chodoir” comapny and Bernard Hantke’s nailery. The plant was in the property of the “Society for Russian Iron Industry”. As of 1913 the enterpirse employed 1300 employees. The company produced seamless pipes, wire, nails, rivets, bolts, screws, springs, etc. When the First World War broke out in 1914, the factory, which had belonged to a joint stock company whose shareholders had German roots (Bernard Hantke), was nationalized by the government of the Russian Empire as “property of citizens of a hostile state.” The company’s lobby began exhibiting a sign “B. Hantke’s Sequestered Lower Dnieper State Plants.” During the war, the plant produced details for artillery shells, hand grenades, wire cutters and other types of military goods. In 1917-1920 the enterpirse found itself in dire straits, with production nearly stopping. The plant began to bounce back in 1920. The 1920s saw the establishment of a design department, an accounting and financial service, a capital construction, chief mechanic, and chief power engineer offices. In 1922 the plant was given the name of the German revolutionary Karl Liebknecht; the full name of the enterprise was now “the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav.” Late in 1922 the plant opened a literacy school. In 1923 the plant opened a “worker’s leisure club,” which was quite popular among the employees. 1924 saw the renovation and launch of a pressing department, which started making rivtes, bolts, washers and rings. The plant’s equipment underwent significant modernization in 1925: 10 up to date nail machines were acquired, and work on starting production of pipes began. An open hearth shop was launched in 1931, while in 1932 the old pipes shop became the first in the USSR to make drill pipes. As of 1933, 7020 workers, 460 engineering and tech-support, and 342 officials were employed at the plant. 118 workers and 836 trade school students were being trained in various professions directly in the shops. “Bolshevik,” the plant’s paper had this to say about the plant’s achievements as of 1934: “The first five-year period of growth was marked by reconstruction, an increase in pipe production; shop productivity was brought to 23,000 tons of pipes per year. A new open hearth shop – one of the best of its kind – was built. A cylinder shop was launched, with an annual capacity of 225 000 units. The start of the second Five-Year Plan finds the plant at work on further improving the pipe shop. The productivity of the shop has been increased to 45 000 tons. Construction of a shop for making 10-12-inch seamless pipes started in 1932; its capacity is 100 000 tons. Construction of a railway solid wheel shop (with the highest capacity in the world at the time) began in 1933. Open Hearth No. 4 was launched in 1934. Construction of a 100-ton open hearth is nearing conclusion.” In 1935 the first wheel shop in the USSR was launched at the plant. The plant’s paper, “The Bolshevik,” wrote on the occasion: “To this day the railways have been using composite wheels with separate tires. The solid wheel shop under construction in our plant is the first wheel shop of the Soviet Union, and will be the most powerful shop in the world in terms of production capacity. It will produce 100 000 tons of wheels per year. All of the labor-intensive operations at furnaces, presses and the rolling mill are highly mechanized, and thus the hard work of employees have been replaced with machine work. Thus, at full capacity, our three-shift staff will not exceed 100 people.” Today the company is known as “Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant.” The plant is one of the largest producers of steel pipes of various functions, rail wheels, tires, and large-scale circular products. The photograph shows employees of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC “Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant.”) The plant arose as a result of a merger between the “Charles and Gustave Chodoir” comapny and Bernard Hantke’s nailery. The plant was in the property of the “Society for Russian Iron Industry”. As of 1913 the enterpirse employed 1300 employees. The company produced seamless pipes, wire, nails, rivets, bolts, screws, springs, etc. When the First World War broke out in 1914, the factory, which had belonged to a joint stock company whose shareholders had German roots (Bernard Hantke), was nationalized by the government of the Russian Empire as “property of citizens of a hostile state.” The company’s lobby began exhibiting a sign “B. Hantke’s Sequestered Lower Dnieper State Plants.” During the war, the plant produced details for artillery shells, hand grenades, wire cutters and other types of military goods. In 1917-1920 the enterpirse found itself in dire straits, with production nearly stopping. The plant began to bounce back in 1920. The 1920s saw the establishment of a design department, an accounting and financial service, a capital construction, chief mechanic, and chief power engineer offices. In 1922 the plant was given the name of the German revolutionary Karl Liebknecht; the full name of the enterprise was now “the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav.” Late in 1922 the plant opened a literacy school. In 1923 the plant opened a “worker’s leisure club,” which was quite popular among the employees. 1924 saw the renovation and launch of a pressing department, which started making rivtes, bolts, washers and rings. The plant’s equipment underwent significant modernization in 1925: 10 up to date nail machines were acquired, and work on starting production of pipes began. An open hearth shop was launched in 1931, while in 1932 the old pipes shop became the first in the USSR to make drill pipes. As of 1933, 7020 workers, 460 engineering and tech-support, and 342 officials were employed at the plant. 118 workers and 836 trade school students were being trained in various professions directly in the shops. “Bolshevik,” the plant’s paper had this to say about the plant’s achievements as of 1934: “The first five-year period of growth was marked by reconstruction, an increase in pipe production; shop productivity was brought to 23,000 tons of pipes per year. A new open hearth shop – one of the best of its kind – was built. A cylinder shop was launched, with an annual capacity of 225 000 units. The start of the second Five-Year Plan finds the plant at work on further improving the pipe shop. The productivity of the shop has been increased to 45 000 tons. Construction of a shop for making 10-12-inch seamless pipes started in 1932; its capacity is 100 000 tons. Construction of a railway solid wheel shop (with the highest capacity in the world at the time) began in 1933. Open Hearth No. 4 was launched in 1934. Construction of a 100-ton open hearth is nearing conclusion.” In 1935 the first wheel shop in the USSR was launched at the plant. The plant’s paper, “The Bolshevik,” wrote on the occasion: “To this day the railways have been using composite wheels with separate tires. The solid wheel shop under construction in our plant is the first wheel shop of the Soviet Union, and will be the most powerful shop in the world in terms of production capacity. It will produce 100 000 tons of wheels per year. All of the labor-intensive operations at furnaces, presses and the rolling mill are highly mechanized, and thus the hard work of employees have been replaced with machine work. Thus, at full capacity, our three-shift staff will not exceed 100 people.” Today the company is known as “Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant.” The plant is one of the largest producers of steel pipes of various functions, rail wheels, tires, and large-scale circular products. "
ID: 11621
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1938
Format: 11,5 х 8,2
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Leisure house

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1938
The photograph shows the "leisure house" of the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant").
ID: 11620
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Format: 18х12 cm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Employees of the Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
The photograph shows workshop employees at the Karl Liebknecht State Steel Mill in Katerynoslav (now PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant").
ID: 11609
City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Interpipe NTRP History Museum
Subject: industrialization

Construction of a new pipe shop. Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant

City: Dnipropetrovsk
Date: 1934
The photograph depicts the construction of a new pipe shop at the Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant (now PJSC "Interpipe Lower Dnieper Pipe Rolling Plant"). The old shop, constructed in 1912-1913 had a significant drawback, in that it only had a single engine for two rolling mills with different assortments. For this reason, one of the mills was always idling. For this reason, a new pipe shop was built in the mid-1930s..
ID: 11602
City: Kramatorsk
Date: 1915
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Museum of the History of Starokramatorsky Machine Building Plant
Subject: industrial landscape

The Kramatorska station

City: Kramatorsk
Date: 1915

The way from the settlement to the station

ID: 11592
City: Kramatorsk
Date: 1898
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Museum of the History of Starokramatorsky Machine Building Plant
Subject: industrial landscape

Specialists from Germany at the plant building site

City: Kramatorsk
Date: 1898

The Kramatorsk Metallurgical Society plant was one of the biggest metallurgical and machine building plants of the Russian Empire in the early 20th century. Built by the Wilhelm Fitzner and Konrad Gamper company in 1899, the plant became the Kramatorsk Metallurgical Society joint stock company in the same year. The equipment produced by the Kramatorsk plant was twice, in 1900 and 1910, awarded with the Grand Prix at an international exhibition in Paris.

The Society supplied the palaces of the Russian Emperor and members of his family, as well as the state institutions’ buildings, with boilers. It also was a supplier for the biggest industrial enterprises of the Russian Empire.

On 17 November 1920 the plant was nationalized and renamed as the Kramatorsk State Machine Building and Metallurgical Plant. Now it is the Starokramatorsk Machine Building Plant. http://www.skmz.dn.ua/

Author: Volodymyr Kulikov

ID: 11591
City: Horlivka
Date: 1900-1925
Format: Unknown
Creator: I.Elinson
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Museum of the History of Horlivka
Subject: industrial landscape

The Mine Nr 5 Albert

City: Horlivka
Date: 1900-1925

The mine was put into operation in 1889. It was known as the V.I. Lenin mine in the Soviet time.

ID: 11585
City: Horlivka
Date: 1900-1925
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Museum of the History of Horlivka
Subject: industrial landscape

The administration building of the Korsun Mine Nr 1

City: Horlivka
Date: 1900-1925

The Korsun Mine (later called “Kocheharka”) near the station of Horlivka (Katerynoslav Railway), Bakhmut district, Katerynoslav province.

The mine was built in 1871-1873 and put into operation in January of 1874. A working village sprang up near the mine and was named Horlivka in honour of engineer P. M. Horlov (now it is a town in the Donetsk region).

The construction of the mine was managed by the South Russian Coal Industry Company. It was the first capitalist coal company in the central area of the Donbas region; its basic capital was 1.7 million roubles (5 million roubles in 1913).

The Korsun mine was constructed and operated with due regard for the latest achievements of mining industry. For the first time in mining practice P. M. Horlov used an advanced (for that time) system of coal mining. Equipped with the newest machines, the mine became one of the biggest mining businesses of the Donbas. In 1879 over one thousand miners worked there and over 3.6 million poods of coal were mined. As for its technical equipment the mine was one of the best in the Donbas.

As of 1913, the mine produced 50 million poods of coke per year; its annual production was 6.3 million roubles. 4.4 thousand workers worked at the mine. Its level of mechanization is indicated by the number of machines as it had 55 steam and electric engines with an aggregate power of 9.2 thousand h. p.

In 2001 the mine was liquidated according to a plan of the closure of unprofitable mines in the Donetsk region.

ID: 11283
City: Kyiv
Date: 1903-1917
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: H.S. Pshenychnyi Central State Cinema, Photo and Phono Archvive of Ukraine
Subject: exercises, gymnasium, children

Exercises in the private women’s gymnasium of Yevseeva

City: Kyiv
Date: 1903-1917

Exercises in the private women’s gymnasium of Yevseeva. Gymnasium students in uniform with white collars and caps, as well as two teachers or class mistresses, perhaps, foreigners, can be seen in the photo.

In the early nineteenth century women’s education in private, chiefly closed institutions was spread in Dnieper Ukraine. The main idea was to provide a proper education and knowledge of general subjects for daughters of gentry, merchants, and military officers. The educational process was arranged so as to comprise elements of science, art, and ethics. In this photo one can see an element of a dancing lesson; this is clear due to a characteristic position of the feet, clothes and arrangement of the girls.

There is a ground, paved with split stone, in the yard of the gymnasium located on Oleksandrivska (now Hrushevskoho, Sahaidachnoho and Volodymyrsky Uzviz) street. Behind the group of gymnasium students, there is a wooden pergola, twined round with grape vines or some other climber like ivy or wisteria.

Olga Martyniuk

ID: 11281
City: Kyiv
Date: 1890-1900
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: H.S. Pshenychnyi Central State Cinema, Photo and Phono Archvive of Ukraine
Subject: Contracts Fair, car, people

A general view of the Contracts Fair at Podil

City: Kyiv
Date: 1890-1900

A general view of the Contracts Fair at Podil. Traditionally, fairs of this kind were held in winter; this picture, however, indicates that they could begin in autumn and be continued in spring. It was most probably taken in March or early April. Almost the whole space of the square is occupied by numerous stalls, to some extent protected from bad weather. Partially, however, trade is conducted directly from the carts seen in the foreground. One can see some parts of the carts (wheels with beams) and, in some distance, chairs. In the background, there is the two-floor Contract House, constructed in the Classicist style, with a protruding four-column portico on the shorter side.

Olga Martyniuk
ID: 11247
City: Kyiv
Date: 1900-1917
Format: Unknown
Creator: D.Markov
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: H.S. Pshenychnyi Central State Cinema, Photo and Phono Archvive of Ukraine
Subject: train station, people, women, children

The train station in Kyiv

City: Kyiv
Date: 1900-1917

A photo of an elderly woman and a little girl against the background of the train station, taken by D. Markov. A lady with an umbrella stands behind them. The harmony of the Neo-Gothic façade of the train station, which consisted of one- and two-storied pavilions, is clearly seen. There is a confluence of people in front of the entrance to the central hall; cabs are waiting for passengers. The carriageway is paved with river stones and separated from the sidewalk by wooden limiters. The sidewalk itself seems to have rather a flat surface; this fact can indicate that it was covered with asphalt. This may have been done here, near the train station, for the first time in Kyiv.

Olga Martyniuk

ID: 11031
City: Przemysl
Date: 1927
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lesya Krypiakevych
Subject:

Sport group "Spartanka" in Peremyshl

City: Przemysl
Date: 1927
ID: 11028
City: Lviv
Date: 1926
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Lesya Krypiakevych
Subject:

10th anniversary of Ivan Franko death

City: Lviv
Date: 1926
ID: 09463
City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1960
Format: 10x15 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Oleksadr Moskalenko
Subject: People, street, clothing

Orlovska street (Tyktora street now)

City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1960
ID: 09432
City: Lviv
Date: 1962
Format: 10x15 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Oleksadr Moskalenko
Subject: People, street, clothing

Horodotska street

City: Lviv
Date: 1962
ID: 08931
City: Lviv
Date: 1984
Format: 11х17 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Yaroslav Yanchak
Subject: Transport, trolleybus, depot, drivers

Trolleybus drivers craft competition in Lviv

City: Lviv
Date: 1984
ID: 07938
City: Lviv
Date: 1955-1960
Format: 10х15 сm
Creator: Illya Pavlyk
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Oleksandr Korobov
Subject: City Hall, Rynok square, Halytska street, transport

Lviv City Hall

City: Lviv
Date: 1955-1960
ID: 07884
City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1955
Format: 15х10 сm
Creator: Illya Pavlyk
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Oleksandr Korobov
Subject: Park, flowerbed, flowers, children

Children in Stryiskyi park

City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1955
ID: 03942
City: Lviv
Date: 1965-1970
Format: 10x15 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Andriy Drymalyk
Subject: Square, public garden, people, pigeons

Public garden on Ivana Pidkovy square

City: Lviv
Date: 1965-1970
ID: 03894
City: Lviv
Date: 1976-1980
Format: 10x15 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Andriy Drymalyk
Subject: Street, apartment buildings, transport, visual propaganda, machines of potable water, telephone booths, propaganda poster, people

Crossroads of Zelena and Ivana Franka streets

City: Lviv
Date: 1976-1980
ID: 03888
City: Lviv
Date: 1980
Format: 11х18 cm
Creator: Andriy Drymalyk
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Andriy Drymalyk
Subject: Palace, park, leisure, people

Palace of youth "Romantyk"

City: Lviv
Date: 1980
ID: 03451
City: Lviv
Date: 1914-1915
Format: 90х140 mm
Creator: S. Korsakov
Publisher: Khromov and Bachrach, Moskow
Copyright: Ihor Kotlobulatov
Subject: Lviv railway station, square, soldiers

Russian soldiers on the square in front of the Lviv railway station

City: Lviv
Date: 1914-1915
ID: 03447
City: Lviv
Date: 1941-1944
Format: 15х10 sm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Volodymyr Rumyantsev
Subject: Military man, woman, university, park, stele

A German military man in front of the Lviv University

City: Lviv
Date: 1941-1944
ID: 02992
City: Lviv
Date: 1947
Format: 10х14 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Volodymyr Rumyantsev
Subject: Dirigible, Zernova Square, Opear House, market, people

Market

City: Lviv
Date: 1947
«The image shows the postwar market in Zernova St. - a flea market, occupying the space from the Opera Theater to the bridge in Peltewna St., today's Chornovola Blvd. The market was open practically around the clock; in this space, in a large concentration of sellers, buyers, and pickpockets, one could buy deficit goods. One hot item was the "bimber" - moonshine produced from God knows what. Lviv residents - both the born-and-bred ones, and the "new arrivals" did whatever they could to survive in postwar Lviv. For an unknown reason, a zeppelin hangs above the market crowd. This spontaneous market existed until around 1960, the start of construction of the Lviv Hotel. Subsequently, it was moved to the Zhovkivska junction in Bohdana Khmelnytskoho St., and then to the town of Riasne. In our days, these spontaneous markets have become a necessary attribute of practically every city district. Only recently, have we managed to 'civilize' them somewhat, and bring the space they occupy to some order." (from the recollections of Volodymyr Rumiantsev)
ID: 02984
City: Lviv
Date: 1964
Format: 11х17 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Myhailo Cimerman
Subject: 300-richchia Vozzyednannia Square, book kiosk, transport, people

Book Kiosk Behind Maria Zankovetska Theater

City: Lviv
Date: 1964
ID: 02953
City: Lviv
Date: 1946-1949
Format: Unknown
Creator: Volodymyr Melnyk
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Ihor Melnyk
Subject: Girls, Ukrainian clothing, portrait of Stalin, opera house

Girls in Ukrainian national clothing with a portrait of Stalin next to the Opera House

City: Lviv
Date: 1946-1949
ID: 02564
City: Buchach
Date: 1900-1905
Format: 90х140 mm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Library of the Institute of Ethnology, Lviv
Subject: Post-Office, magistrate, Basilian Monastery, the building of district authorities, district court

A View of the Part of the City Containing the Basilian Monastery

City: Buchach
Date: 1900-1905
Stefan Potocki owned Buchach in the seventeenth century; he significantly influenced the development of the city. In 1712, to provide corresponding education to Greek Catholic clergy, he brought Basilians from Lithuania and granted them many benefits. He also financed the construction of the monastery; in 1753 new buildings of the Basilian Monastery as well as the Church of the Protection of Our Lady (1764) were built at the expense of Kaniv’s elder Mikolaj Potocki, the son of S. Potocki. The image depicts a view of the Basilian Monastery from the city center. A street (modern Mickiewicz Street) leads to the monastery; the buildings of the District Authorities and District Court are on the right part of the street. The buildings of the post office and magistrate are on the left part of the street. District Authorities, the District Council and the District Court, as well as the post office and telegraph department were located in Buchach. The monastery was located on the slopes of Fedir Mountain. The central building of the complex is the Church of the True Cross, constructed according to the project by well-known architect Schilzer in the late Baroque style on the site of a cathedral disassembled in 1752-1761. According to the project by well-known architect Gottfried Hoffmann, the creator of the Pochaiv Lavra, two-story monastery premises were added to the church in 1761-1771. A bell tower built in 1849-1854 is located to the left of the monastery premises.
Nazar Kis
ID: 01278
City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1961
Format: 90х140 mm
Creator: I. Masko
Publisher: Ukrfoto, Kyiv
Copyright: Center for Urban History of East Central Europe
Subject: Monument to the Tank Guards

Monument to the Tank Guardsmen

City: Lviv
Date: 1950-1961
ID: 00993
City: Lviv
Date: 1964
Format: 17х17 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Myhailo Cimerman
Subject: "Druzhba" stadium, turnstiles, park, alley

Entrance to "Ukraina" stadium

City: Lviv
Date: 1964
ID: 00991
City: Lviv
Date: 1964
Format: 17х23 сm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unpublished resources
Copyright: Myhailo Cimerman
Subject: Airport, square, greenery, cars, people

Airport

City: Lviv
Date: 1964
ID: 00825
City: Lviv
Date: 1969
Format: Unknown
Creator: I. Sveryda
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Central State Kinofotofono Archive after G.S. Pshenychny
Subject: Leninskoho Komsomolu Blvd., buildings, decorative stella, youths

Stella in Pasichna Street

City: Lviv
Date: 1969
ID: 00796
City: Lviv
Date: 1964
Format: 11х17 cm
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: Myhailo Cimerman
Subject: Recreation area, buildings, pioneers

Assembly at Summer Pioneer Camp

City: Lviv
Date: 1964
ID: 00592
City: Lviv
Date: 1860-1870
Format: 10х14 cm
Creator: Josef (Józef) Eder
Publisher: Publishing House "Centr Europy", Lviv
Copyright: Lviv National Library after V. Stefanyk
Subject: War veteran's chapel

Chapel

City: Lviv
Date: 1860-1870
ID: 00265
City: Lviv
Date: Post-War period, Communist Rule (1946-1990)
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: There are no Known Restrictions on the Usage of this Image
Subject: Dominican cathedral, Pidvalna Street, Rus'ka church, Korniakt bell tower

The aerial view on Dominican cathedral and surrondings.

City: Lviv
Date: Post-War period, Communist Rule (1946-1990)
ID: 00194
City: Lviv
Date: 1953
Format: Unknown
Creator: Yulian Dorosh
Publisher: Halytska Brama, Lviv
Copyright: Andriy Dorosh
Subject: View of skyline in Tarnavskoho street (formerly Kutuzova), child on a path

Neighborhood of Henerala Tarnavskoho Street

City: Lviv
Date: 1953
ID: 00038
City: Lviv
Date: 1918-1939
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: There are no Known Restrictions on the Usage of this Image
Subject: firefighters, ambulance, people, training

The Resque Society on Practice

City: Lviv
Date: 1918-1939
ID: 00015
City: Lviv
Date: 1922
Format: Unknown
Creator: Unknown
Publisher: Unknown
Copyright: There are no Known Restrictions on the Usage of this Image
Subject: Airplane 'Yunkers', military and pilots

The Airplane and its Passangers

City: Lviv
Date: 1922