Families of photo artists Karpov and Gerasimov. Shostka, 1900’s (Shostka at the beginning of the 20th century through the eyes of a photographer. – K., 2014)
Top row, standing: Karpov’s sister Evdokia, her husband Petro Gerasimov, Ivan Karpov.
Seated: Gerasimov’s son Polyevkt, Karpov’s wife Maria, brother Mykola and mother Maria Karpova, uncle Ivan, Gerasimov’s son Vasyl, seated below with dolls are the children of Mykola Karpov.
The Verbitsky family. Photo of the 1900’s
Seated: Vasily with his wife Marina and their children Agafya, Maria, Stepan and Pavlo. Photo was submitted by their granddaughter, Olexandra Verbitska, born in 1926.
The Verbitsky family. Photo beginning of the 1900’s
Seated: father Vasily Alekseevich with his wife Marina and their children Agafya, Maria, Stepan and Pavlo. . Photo was submitted by their granddaughter, Olexandra Stepanivna Verbitska, born in 1926.
The Vinyk Family. Shostka, 1910
Father Olexyi Vinyk was a second-generation worker of the powder factory; he died early from a cold; had 8 children. In the photo in the center is his wife and mother of the family – Maria Vinyk. Standing: Andriy, Gerasim, Fekla. Sitted: Zakhar, Petro (with a toy), Olexyi, Yefrosynia, and Antonina.
In 1935, Andriy, a talented leader of the Wind Instrument Orchestra of the Factory No. 9 Club, was arrested. Descendants of Yefrosynia’s family now reside in Shostka.
Ivan Dudar’s family (center): father Petro, mother Tetiana and older brother Gregory. Klyshky, .
Ivan Dudar (right) and his older brother Gregory, Klyshky village, 1930s
Gregory Dudar – Ivan’s older brother, teacher of the village school in Klishki, 1930s.
Ivan Dudar’s mother, Tetiana (right), with her sisters. The village of Klyshky, 1912
Petar Dudar with his future wife Tetiana (right) and fellow villagers. Photo taken after Petro’s return from World War I. Klyshky, .
Petro Dudar, father of Ivan Dudar. 1900s
Ivan Dudar’s uncle, Kuzma Dudar, with his wife. Klyshky, 1920s.
Gregory Dudar (center) celebrates New Year 1939 with his friends. Klitschko, 1939
Semyon and Zinaida Zhurylo, school teachers in the village of Ivot.  p.
Zinaida Zhurylo in the yard of her home in Ivot. Photo by Semyon Zhurylo, 1930s
Semyon Zhurylo with a camera. Ivot, 1930s
Anna Tkach (Stepanenko) stands to the right with her girlfriends. Shostka, 1941
Pelagia Struk, born in 1924 the village of Ivot. Photo made in 1940
Ivan Chubun during his military service in the Red Army, future husband of Pelagia Struk. Photo in Namangan, 1941
Girls from the village of Ivot. Photo made in 1940 (Pelagia Chubun’s family archive)
Mykhaylo Naumov, a cadet of the Gomel School of Chemical Protection, and Nadiya Cherniavska after registration of their marriage. Shostka, November 9, 1932
Sisters Nadia and Valentina Chernyavsky. Shostka, 1928
Nadia became the wife of Mykhaylo Naumov, future well-known partisan commander. Valentina married Sergiy Petrenko, engineer of the Shostka Capsule Plant.
Mykhaylo Naumov, junior commander and secretary of the party organization of the 23rd Regiment of Internal Troops in Shostka. Photo 1931
Павло Савельєв – заслужений майстер спорту СРСР, До війни – найкращий легкоатлет у забігах на 3000 м з бар’єрами. Почав свою спортивну кар’єру у Шостці, коли служив 171-му мотострілецькому полку 57-ї Харківської дивізії.
Friends from Obrazhiyivka village: Stepan Sadovyi (right) and Ivan Varenyk (center). Shostka, 1940
Brothers Vitaliy and Anatoly, Prikhodko. Vitaliy is one of the first film engineers to graduate in the USSR, worked at Film Factory No. 6. Anatoly is engineer of Shostka Powder Plant, was repressed in 1937
Anastasia Pylypenko on the left, with her brother Mykhailo and sister Klavdia. 1936
The family of Yevgeny Petrenko (right) – future Hero of the Soviet Union (1944). Photo from the Verbytsky family archive, 1920s.
Vitaliy Osnach (left) is the brother of sisters Tetiana, Pelagia and Maria during his service in the Red Army. Photo 1940
The Osnach family. Ivot, 1930s. Seated: neighbor, mother Anastasia, son Vitaliy, father Mykhailo. Standing: daughters Maria, Tetiana and Pelageia.
Volodymyr Nemensky is handball player of the team “Red Sport Intern” 1925-1928, teacher of physical education at school № 4 in 1930’s years.
Photo by Ivan Karpov,
Anna Sidorenko, winner of the first republican athletics competition in 1928
Familys of engineers of Shostka military plant No. 53: Alexander Luchek (left) and Mykola Piskun (right). Shostka, 1930s
Both were repressed. Luchek was shot in 1938, Piskun in 1941 was sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Olena Lanovenko (Kovalenko), 1930s
During the war, together with her older sister Maria (born 1923), they were deported to do forced labor in Germany.
Pavlo Kozlov, one of the developers of the domestic film technology, worked at the Small Film company and helped prepare for the launch of the Shostka Film Factory No. 6. Since 1932, he has been working at the Film Research Institute in Moscow; Professor, Director.
Shostka skiers. 1920s. Left – Stepan Khamsky, organizer of the sports movement in Shostka.
Photo artist Ivan Karpov with his his daughter Julia. Shostka, 1927
Василь Герасимов – син фотохудожника Петра Герасимова і племінник Івана Карпова. За освітою біолог, закінчив природниче відділення фізико-математичного факультету Київського імператорського університету св. Володимира. Працював в системі народної освіти, на Шосткинському пороховому заводі. З 1932 р. працював у Московському зоологічному парку, Держпедвидаві Міністерства освіти РРФСР, науково-дослідному інституті музеєзнавства. (Шостка початку ХХ століття очима фотохудожника. – К., 2014)
Петро Герасимов (1867- 1939) – перший фотомайстер у Шостці. Фото 1900-ті рр. (Шостка початку ХХ століття очима фотохудожника. – К., 2014)
Tetiana Konovalova (nee Bezugla) (seated on the right), Shostka, Kapsul, 1939.
Tetiana Konovalova (Bezugla), on the right, with her sister Kateryna. Makove,
The family of engineer Volodymyr Belyaev (standing third from left). Shostka, 1940