Vʺ Zavolzhskikhʺ li︠e︡sakh Raskolʹnichʹe kladbishche pri der. Karelʹskoĭ / / Sobstv. ii︠a︡d. fot. M. Dmitrieva, N.-Novgorodʺ.
Print shows Old Believer cemetery in the village of Karelskaia, Volga Region, Russia.
Title from item.
Forms part of: Winokur-Munblit Collection of the Russian Empire Postcards (Library of Congress).
Purchase; Marshall Winokur; 2011; (DLC/PP-2011:208).
Accession box no. PR 13 CN 2011:208 c39 Dmitriev, P-G
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