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Kolkhoz The Collective Farm
Unpag. (95 pp.) English-language photo essay on collective farming in the Soviet Union, published in New York at the World's Fair, with several pages of text and many black-and-white photographs, captioned, many with locations included, depicting life on collective farms, including women and men operating farm machinery, harvesting, pollinating via airplane, blacksmithing, dinner in the field, children, field camp, recreation, cotton plantations, livestock, fruit orchards, carpet-weaving, tea rooms, the sanatorium, maternity home, hospital, kindergarten, schools, voting, and other activies, from various locations around the then USSR, including the Staro-Beshevsky, Krasnoarmeisky, Slavyansk, Odessa, Turkmenia, Korablin, Zhazhkovsky, Dmitrovsky, Skadovsky, Kiev, and Stalin districts and regions. Illustrated profusely throughout. 4to. Cloth boards with grain of wheat in relief to front cover, some minor soiling and rubbing especially to extremities. Moscow/Leningrad (State Art Publishers) 1939. Scarce; as of August 2017, WorldCat locates 6 holdings in the United States.
      [Bookseller: F.A. Bernett Books]
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