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  • Alexander Wienerberger: Beyond the Innitzer album
    Alexander Wienerberger: Beyond the Innitzer album
    Group       A Note on the Collection Alexander Wienerberger’s photos from his time in Kharkiv (1933) were used to illustrate several pamphlets, newspaper articles, and books in the period 1934-1939. To date, we have identified nine such publications, which are listed at the end of this Note. We have also confirmed the ...
    Group     A Note on the Collection Alexander Wienerberger’s photos from his time in Kharkiv (1933) were used to illustrate several pamphlets, newspaper articles, and books in the period 1934-1939. To date, ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
  • Select 1920s Famine Photos from Ukraine and Russia
    Select 1920s Famine Photos from Ukraine and Russia
    Group       A Note on the Collection The disastrous 1920s famine in parts of Russia and Ukraine was well documented in word and image because the young Bolshevik regime ultimately allowed outside relief workers to provide assistance. Carefully posed shots revealing the shocking effects of starvation on individuals in village and hospital ...
    Group     A Note on the Collection The disastrous 1920s famine in parts of Russia and Ukraine was well documented in word and image because the young Bolshevik regime ultimately allowed outside ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
  • Whiting Williams Collection
    Whiting Williams Collection
    Group       A Note on the Collection Whiting Williams, a well-respected, widely published American authority on labor-management relations, visited Ukraine in his professional capacity in August, 1933 – a follow-up to his visit to Ukraine’s Donetsk mining region in 1928. Upon arrival in 1933, he was so stunned by the disastrous conditions ...
    Group     A Note on the Collection Whiting Williams, a well-respected, widely published American authority on labor-management relations, visited Ukraine in his professional capacity in August, 1933 – a follow-up to his ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
  • James Abbe Collection
    James Abbe Collection
    Group       A Note on the Collection James Abbe, an American professional photographer who first gained considerable fame immortalizing celebrities of the early cinema of the 1920s, started shifting his focus to a broader range of publication preferred version photo journalism by the late 1920s. He covered the Mexican Civil War, gangsters ...
    Group     A Note on the Collection James Abbe, an American professional photographer who first gained considerable fame immortalizing celebrities of the early cinema of the 1920s, started shifting his focus to ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
  • Alexander Wienerberger: Innitzer Album
    Alexander Wienerberger: Innitzer Album
    Group       A Note on the Collection The Innitzer album is the popular name of an album of photographs that were taken by the Austrian engineer Alexander Wienerberger in 1933 while he was working as a managing consultant in Kharkiv, Ukraine’s capital at that time. The photographs depict starving residents from the ...
    Group     A Note on the Collection The Innitzer album is the popular name of an album of photographs that were taken by the Austrian engineer Alexander Wienerberger in 1933 while he ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
  • Nikolai Bokan Collection
    Nikolai Bokan Collection
    GroupImage       A Note on the Collection Nikolai Fedorovich Bokan (1881–1942) was a photographer from Baturyn, Chernihiv oblast, in Soviet Ukraine. Among Nikolai’s surviving photos are those that document his family’s experience of the Holodomor, and notably the death of one of his sons from starvation. The photos included in this collection ...
    GroupImage     A Note on the Collection Nikolai Fedorovich Bokan (1881–1942) was a photographer from Baturyn, Chernihiv oblast, in Soviet Ukraine. Among Nikolai’s surviving photos are those that document his family’s experience ...
    Holodomor Research and Education Consortium
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