A picture of Alim Khan (1880-1944), Emir of Bukhara, taken in 1911. Cotton textile mill interior with machines producing cotton thread, in Bayram-Ali (Bayramaly). Taken in 1911. Zindan (traditional Central Asian prison), with inmates looking out through the bars and a guard with Russian rifle, uniform, and boots, likely in Bukhara, Uzebkistan]. circa 1905-1915. View of Tbilisi (Georgia), in the early 1900s. circa 1909. View of Suzdal along the Kamenka River. Taken in 1912. The Village of Kolchedan in Ural Mountains, taken in 1912. View of the Nilova Monastery. The Monastery of St. Nil’ on Stolobnyi Island in Lake Seliger in Tver’ Province, northwest of Moscow. 1910 Woman in formal dress, posed, standing near gate. circa 1905. Molding of an artistic casting. [Kasli Iron Works]. Production of artistic casting in the Kasli Iron Works, located in the heart of the Ural Mountains between the cities of Ekaterinburg and Cheliabinsk. The plant was known for the high quality of its cast iron products and for its highly-skilled work force, which numbered over three thousand persons at the time this photograph was taken in 1910. Group of workers harvesting tea. Circa 1910. On the handcar outside Petrozavodsk on the Murmansk railway. Handcar riding along the Murmansk railroad, on the shore of Lake Onega. Taken in 1915. Mugan. Settler’s family. Settlement of Grafovka. (Russian settlers, possibly Molokans, in the Mugan steppe of Azerbaijan). circa 1905. Melon vendor, dressed in traditional Central Asian attire, at his stand in the marketplace of Samarkand in present-day Uzbekistan. circa 1910. Self portrait by the Russian aristocrat Sergei Mickhailovich in 1912.