Fedosyuk, Valentina.The "Veteran of Labor Gorelektrotransporta"

Fedosyuk, Valentina.The "Veteran of Labor Gorelektrotransporta" [Photo].- Electronic data (1 file, JPEG: 0,7 MB).-Sankt Petersburg Presidential Library, 2020. -Access: Internet portal of the Presidential Library.Title of the accompanying document.users copying is not allowed.sign photo "Veteran of Labor Gorelektrotransporta" Fedosyuk Valentina.The sign is in the shape of a rectangle in the center on a white background symbolic picture rostral column, tram and trolley bus in the upper-right corner of a red background inscription: Veteran of Labor.On the left and bottom edge of the frame a laurel branch.Yellow metal.Stamping.Red, white and blue enamel.- Fedosyuk Valentina (née Sichinava, 1937-2016.) - a resident of besieged Leningrad.He lived with his family on the street Fedorov gunsmith.Father Elias Spiridonovich missing at the front, his mother Maria Alexandrovna and younger sister Tamara died during the siege.Valentina in 1942 ended up in an orphanage and was evacuated to the village.Borovoy Kemerovo region.Returned to Leningrad in 1953, he worked in construction management Glavleningradstroya.In 1968, she was trained in "the driver of the tram."Tram worked in the park to them.Kalinin from 1968 to 2007.Has a certificate and badge "Resident of Besieged Leningrad", "Veteran of the Great Patriotic War", commemorative medals.During his career Valentina received a lot of thanks and honorary diplomas.I. Fedosyuk, Valentina (1937-2016).II.St. Petersburg State Unitary Enterprise of urban electric transporta.1.Fedosyuk, Valentina (1937-2016) - Documents and materials.2. Russia in the people of (the collection).3. The people (set).4. The area (collection).5. The territory of Russia: St. Petersburg, the city (the collection).6. Petersburg tram (collection).7. Residents of besieged Leningrad - Documents and materials.8. Carman - Documents and materials.BBK 63.3 (2) 64-8yu1BBK 39.82 (2-2SPb) d.yu1electronic copy Source: PBThe storage location of the original: From the private collection
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