Odessa 30‑ies in the photos by American photographer Branson DecoPictolic
Whether you want to see Odessa 30 years? If so, this will help us work of American photographer and traveler — Deco Branson (Branson DeCou). He traveled a lot, took pictures and showed their pictures. In 1931 Branson traveled to the Soviet Union, where he made a series of images for his lectures. These images represented the glass slides, which were later painted by hand with aniline dyes. Lectures Deco was a tremendous success. After the death of Branson, in 1971 Elsie, the widow Branson Deco, decided to transfer slides her husband the University of California at Santa Cruz. While traveling in 1931, Branson took a few pictures of Odessa.
Odessa, tourists in the port.
City Duma building on Dumskaya square (former stock exchange).
A shop window with portraits of Lenin and Stalin.
A monument to Shevchenko Park (previously Alexander) with Stalin's portrait in flowers.
A group of young Ukrainians.
Londonskaya hotel on the promenade.
National Academic theatre of Opera and ballet.
Seaside (Potemkin) stairs.
A monument with the Communist hammer and sickle, Ekaterininskaya square. Monument to Catherine the demolished monument Potemkin had not yet established.
Shop system Torgsin.
House Libman and house Rusova. Cathedral square.
Bread truck delivering food to the Old town.
Group of children. At the Opera house.
People with the barrels in a horse carriage.
Two young women guides.
Men and women at the beach Langeron.
City view near the Harbor propaganda on the building.
The view of the seaport from the seaside Boulevard.