Krylov Oak (Zubrilovo Village, Penza Region) [Material: electronic resource]: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files, JPEG: 1 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Presidential Library, 2019). - Access Mode: Presidential Library Internet Portal. Screen Title. Electronic Reproduction of the Postcard: Krylov Oak (Zubrilovo Village, Penza Region) [Material]. [B. M., 193-]. 1 postcard: photo printing. Location: From a private collection. Copying by users is not allowed. Oak by I. A. Krylov in the estate of the Princes Golitsyn-Prozorovsky "Zubrilovka", located in the village of Zubrilovo, Tamalinsky District, Penza Region. In the 1930s, the holiday home of party and Soviet workers was housed here. During World War II, a rest home was used as a hospital. Evdokia Alexandrovna Braginskaya (1911-1993), the mother of Galina Mihajlovna Sirota (born Solovieva, born 1931), who was evacuated from Leningrad to the Penza region, in the village of Zubrilovo, worked in this hospital.
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