The camera with which M.I. Ulyanova took pictures of V.I. Lenin in Gorki in 1922.
Western Europe, Germany.
1920s Firm Ica
Metal, optical glass, leather, industrial production
13.3×9.3×5 cm (folded)
This camera was received from Lenin’s nephew Viktor Dmitrievich Ulyanov in January 1956. In his reference he wrote: “I have handed over to the Central Museum of V.I. Lenin a camera of the “Isa” firm, which previously belonged to M.I. Ulyanova. This camera was used to take pictures of V.I. Lenin in Gorki. V. Ulyanov. 23.1. 1956 “. The camera was made in Dresden in 1920. Maria Ilyinichna used it in 1922. Four cassettes were preserved with this camera.