School in the village of Pidma named after His Imperial Majesty, Sovereign, Heir Apparent, Crown Prince, Grand Duke Aleksei Nikolaevich [and Pidma Pushkin's Library]

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Title School in the village of Pidma named after His Imperial Majesty, Sovereign, Heir Apparent, Crown Prince, Grand Duke Aleksei Nikolaevich [and Pidma Pushkin's Library]
Title Explanation According to photograoher’s title with addition
Identification Status Identified with high probability
Identification reason Inaccurate title in album
Title in Album School in the village of Pidma named after His Imperial Majesty, Sovereign, Heir Apparent, Crown Prince, Grand Duke Aleksei Nikolaevich
Notes On the building is visible only a sign: “Pushkin’s Library of Pidma”. The two-story school building was built in 1903-1904 in Pidma. In 1905 the school was named after the Tsarevich Alexei. It’s still unclear if the school and Pushkin library in 1909 were located both in the same building.
Date Photo Taken 1909
Library of Congress Number 20917
Print in Album The Mariinsky Waterway (1909)
De Facto Album The Mariinsky Waterway (1909)
Number in the Album 106
Photo Type triple negative
Tags Education 


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