Sixty Meters Underground; Building the Komsomol’skaya
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Sixty Meters Underground; Building the Komsomol’skayaca. 1952 (printed 2003)
463 x 360 mm (18.2 x 14.2 in.)
Dmitri Baltermants, Russian, (1912–1990)
Object Type: photograph
Medium and Support: Gelatin silver print
Marks: Inscribed in pen on verso: “I/IV”; inscribed in pencil on verso: “2070” and “H2 . 1 . 7B”; inscribed in black ink on verso: [Cyrillic]; stamped on verso, lower right corner: [estate stamp]
Bibliography: See http://www.baltermants.com for information on the photographer and his work.
Credit Line: Gift of Jamie Alter Lynton (BA Wesleyan 1981) and Michael Lynton, 2013
Accession Number: 2013.23.8
Keywords Click a term to view the records with the same keywordThis object has the following keywords:
- construction - Use for the process of creating something by combining parts or elements, and also for the manner in which the thing has been put together. [January 1993 descriptor moved.]
- labor - Usage in the sense of physical work
- Moscow - TGN 7012974. First noted as village 1147; grew around 13th-cen. Kremlin; sacked and rebuilt several times; expanded culturally and economically under Peter the Great in 17th cen., Catherine the Great in 18th cen. and Soviet government in 20th cen.; bombed during WW II.
- Soviet Union - TGN 6006211 (former nation/state/empire)
- image Dimensions: 463 x 360 mm (18.2 x 14.2 in.)
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