Articles / Lomonosov Central District Library named after N.A. Rubakin

Lomonosov Central District Library named after N.A. Rubakin

Subject / Archives. Libraries./Libraries

LOMONOSOV CENTRAL DISTRICT LIBRARY named after N.A. Rubakin (14 Shveitsarskaya Street, Lomonosov Town). The library was opened in 1934. Its general-purpose fund numbers 84,000 items, with over 66,000 loans annually. The library has about 3,000 readers, with 20,000 visits annually. When in 1973 Lomonosov District was one of the first to start the library centralization programme, it acquired the status of a central library. In 1975 for its achievements in organization and effecting of centralization the library was represented at National Economy Achievement Exhibition (VDNKH) and received a bronze medal. In 1998 it was named after N. A. Rubakin, in the same year the memorial museum of Rubakin was opened at the library. In 1978 in cooperation with Russian National Library (RNB) and St Petersburg State University of Culture and Arts it has run “Rubakin readings”. “Oranienbumskiy bibliofil” (The Oraniyenbaum Bibliophile) club worked at the library.

Blyudova, Lyudmila Konstantinovna

Rubakin, Nikolay Aleksandrovich

Saint-Petersburg City/Lomonosov Town/Shveitsarskaya Street

Subject Index
Clubs of Enthusiasts

Mentioned in articles:

Lomonosov District
LOMONOSOV DISTRICT. Area: 1990.8 sq. km. Population: 65,300. Established in 1927. L. D. comprises Bolshaya Izhora and Lebyazhye urban settlements and 140 rural localities. It borders St. Petersburg and Kingisepp, Volosovo, and Gatchina Districts of... more

Rubakin, Nikolay Aleksandrovich (1862-1946), a literary man, scholar
Rubakin, Nikolay Aleksandrovich (1862-1946), an enlightener, bibliographer. He was born in Oraniyenbaum (Now it is Lomonosov Town). Rubakin graduated from the St. Petersburg University Physics - mathematics Faculty. He participated in a... more