15 photos from 19th-century glass negatives

Photographs taken by Nosilov at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th centuries.

Editor - Stakheev Vladimir, photos - Konstantin Dmitrievich Nosilov, music - Babel Sin Fronteras

Konstantin Nosilov (1858 — 1923) was a Russian Arctic researcher, ethnographer, writer, and journalist.

Nosilov took lots of pictures during his trips to the Urals, South Siberia and Turkestan, and taiga and tundra areas. In addition to ethnographic observations, the creator of these pictures left a large number of photographs of nature, estates, and their inhabitants.

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