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Persons / Fersman Alexander Evgenievich scientist
Fersman А.Е., (1883-1945), geochemist

FERSMAN Alexander Evgenievich (1883-1945), geochemist and mineralogist, member (1919), vice-president (1927-29) and the Presidium member (since 1929) of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR

Arctic and Antarctic Institute

ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC INSTITUTE of the Russian Hydrometeorological Service, situated at 38 Beringa Street. It was founded in 1920 as the Northern Fishery Research Expedition of the Scientific and Technical Department of the All-Russian Council for

Central Regional Studies Bureau

CENTRAL REGIONAL STUDIES BUREAU (CRSB) was a public organization coordinating regional studies in the country. Central Regional Studies Bureau was created in 1922 by the decision of the 1st All-Russian Conference of Scientific Societies for Regional

Dobrolyubova Avenue

DOBROLYUBOVA AVENUE, running from Kronverksky Avenue to Bolshoy Avenue of the Petrogradskaya Side. Laid in the 1860s along the route of a filled-in section of the Zhdanovka River

Pedagogical University

PEDAGOGICAL UNIVERSITY, Herzen Russian State Pedagogical University, situated at 48 Moika River Embankment. It originates from the Imperial Foster Home founded in 1797

Russian Gem Factory

RUSSIAN GEM FACTORY (8 C. Faberge Square) is a jewelry factory. It produces custom-made and ordinary jewelry, bijouterie, cut stones, enamel miniatures, enamel-filigree silverware, and other products. The factory has a chain of company shops in St

Science, publishing house

SCIENCE (1 Mendeleevskaya Line), a publishing company, and a department of the Academic Publishing Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences. The publishing house dates back to the Publishing House of the Academy of Sciences established in Petrograd

Time, publishing house, 1922-1934

TIME, a co-operative publishing house established in 1922 (registered in January 1923). The publishing house was set up by publisher and editor I.F. Wolfson, who was also its first president, the editor-in-chief was literary critic G.P