From dudes to hard workers: photos of Soviet youth of the 60sPictolic
What do you associate the 60s with? Maybe it was the youth of your parents or their parents, or maybe something else? This collection of photos makes you want to look into the family photo archive…
Youth on Vsevolod Tarasevich Square, 1960s, Armenian SSR, Leninakan, MAMM/MDF.
Youth Unknown author, 1960 - 1966, Kalinin region, Bezhetsky district, village. Chudinkovo, from the archive of Olga Evgenievna Shitova-Belova.
Youth on Vsevolod Tarasevich Street, 1960, Leningrad, MAMM/MDF.
The night of Ivan Kupala. Nikolay Kozlovsky, 1960s, Ukrainian SSR, Poltava region, Bolshye Sorochyntsy village, MAMM/MDF.
MSU. Students in the audience. Evgeny Khaldei, 1960, Moscow, MAMM/MDF.
Without a name. Unknown author, January 1, 1960 - December 9, 1965, Chita region, from the archive of Roma Katanaev.
The first "Spidola". Viktor Ruikovich, 1960, Latvian SSR, Jurmala, MAMM/MDF.
The Soviet team of parachutists. Anatoly Egorov, April - October 1961, MAMM/MDF.
Students of the Moscow Art Theater Studio School. Unknown author, 1961 - 1965, Moscow, Kamergersky Lane, from the archive of Marina Stitch.
"The first guy in the village." Unknown author, 1960 - 1966, Kalinin region, Bezhetsky district, village. Chudinkovo, from the archive of Olga Evgenievna Shitova-Belova.
Graduates of Moscow schools on Red Square. Vladimir Lagrange, 1962, Moscow, Krasnaya pl., MAMM/MDF.
Young people on the beach. Vsevolod Tarasevich, 1969, Krasnodar Territory, MAMM/MDF.
Students. The game "Guess who?" Vsevolod Tarasevich, 1963 - 1964, Moscow, MAMM / MDF.
Sewing factory "40 years of Komsomol". Dancing Vsevolod Tarasevich, 1964, Moldavian SSR, Tiraspol, MAMM/MDF.
The festival of pioneers. Young cosmonauts Vladimir Lagrange, 1965, Moscow, MAMM/MDF.
Dances. Vsevolod Tarasevich, 1967, Moscow, MAMM/MDF.
Students in the workshop Vsevolod Tarasevich, 1967, Volgograd region, Volzhsky, MAMM/MDF.
Youth Unknown author, 1960's, Leningrad st. Union of Communications, 20, from the archive of Olga Evgenievna Shitova-Belova.
"Hello, love!" Dmitry Vozdvizhensky, Nina Sviridova, 1968, Estonian SSR, Tallinn, MAMM/MDF.