BREZHNEV L.I. (1906-1982), PONOMAREV B.N. (1905-1995): PHOTOARCHIVE 1) The archive with photographs of Leonid Brezhnev: comprising 47 photographs. 1964-1971. 2) The archive of B.N. Ponomarev comprises 284 photographs and 153 negative. 1965-1986.

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1) The archive with photographs of Leonid Brezhnev, comprising 47 photographs. 1964-1971. Various sizes. - Includes pictures with Raul Castro, Cuba's Defence Minister, on winter hunting and fishing (1966). Prints from the film by A. I. Kalinin. Leonid Brezhnev was known for his love for hunting and often visited the famous hunting farm in Zavidovo. Only members of the party closest to the head of state, as well as dignitaries of friendly states, were allowed on such journeys. - Leonid Brezhnev's official visit to Paris (October 1971), where the "Agreement on the development of economic, technical and industrial cooperation between the USSR and France" was signed on 27 October. Photos by Zagladin. - Family photographs, from various official events and meetings (1971). Photos Zagladin. Leonid Brezhnev (1906-1982) - Soviet statesman and party figure who held the highest leadership position in the CPSU for 18 years (from 1964 until his death in 1982). 2) The archive of B.N. Ponomarev comprises 284 photographs and 153 negatives (including the recurring photographs). 1965-1986. Various sizes. Included: the photographs in B.N. Ponormarev's office at the CPSU Central Committee, congratulations on his 60th birthday, for documents; the negatives: the award of the Hungarian Order (March 6, 1983), Ponomarev's 80th birthday, the signing of the agreement with the Syrian Arab Republic (March 14, 1985), the award of the Cuban Order (July 23, 1985), family photographs, and more. Boris Nikolaevich Ponomarev (1905-1995) - Soviet party figure, member of the Politburo of the CPSU Central Committee (1972-1986), Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee (1961-1986), member of the USSR Academy of Sciences (29 June 1962, corresponding member from 20 June 1958), Hero of Socialist Labor (1975). He took an extreme anti-Stalinist stance and was among those who blocked Brezhnev's attempts to rehabilitate Stalin.