Муниципальное казенное учреждение муниципального образования Ейский район «Архив»

  • Municipal state institution of the Yeisk district "Archive"

Address

Sverdlova st. 150
Yeysk
Krasnodarskiy Kray
353680
Russia

Phone

(8-86132) 2-27-57

Fax

(8-86132) 2-28-02

History

From April 13, 1921, the Kuban-Black Sea Regional Executive Committee approved the “Regulations on the Separate Archive Offices in the Kuban-Black Sea Region”, which laid the foundation for the formation of a network of archival institutions in the field. One of the first branches in the region was opened in the city of Yeisk at the Kuban-Black Sea Regional Archival Administration. In 1924, several districts were formed from the Yeisk department, including the Yeisk district, which constantly changed its borders. From 1924 to 1953 there were changes in the administrative-territorial division in the territory of the modern Yeisk district. During the Great Patriotic War, the documents of the Yeisk archive, together with the building of the Yeisk executive committee, were destroyed by the retreating units of the Red Army. From August 1942 to February 1943, Yeisk was occupied by the German fascist invaders, the documents deposited during this period were transferred to the State Archives of the Krasnodar Territory (GAKK). From April 20, 1943, the Yeisk Archival Service resumed its activities. By the decree of the head of the administration of the city of Yeisk of 02.04.1993 No. 942, an archive of documents on personnel was created as an independent institution. In 1994, the state archive of the city was transformed into the archive department of the administration of the city of Yeisk, with the maintenance of archives of institutions, organizations and enterprises of the Yeisk district. Practically throughout the history, the archive of the city of Yeisk was a unified archive, with the authority to store archival documents of the Yeisk region.

Administrative Structure

The structure of the institution consists of a legal adviser and 2 divisions: department of acquisition, accounting and use of documents (interacts with organizations - sources of archive acquisition, records archive documents, fulfills requests of a social and legal nature, thematic requests, prepares exhibitions of documents, including virtual exhibitions, produces archive management documents, audiovisual documents, documents of personal origin); Department for the provision of municipal services (fulfills requests of a social and legal nature, interacts with the Pension Fund Administrations of the Russian Federation, multifunctional centers and accepts documents of liquidating organizations). The head of the institution is the director.

Archival and Other Holdings

The archival collections of the city of Yeisk and the Yeisk district reflect the history of the formation and development of enterprises and organizations of the Soviet since 1943 and the post-Soviet period. Especially valuable documents are documents of the authorities of the city of Yeisk and the Yeisk region since 1943. As well as preserved and transferred in 1984-2001 by the city and district offices of the registry office: metric books of churches for the years 1860-1920, books of registration records of the registry office of the city registry office of Yeisk from 1920-1923, Yeisk region from 1920-1926, including census documents of the inhabitants of Yeisk for the years 1857-1858.. Foundation: “A collection of documents on the history of Yeisk and the Yeisk district” contains the richest documentary materials for the years 1848-2018. The collection contains various types of documents: photographs, newspaper articles, manuscripts and essays, books and magazines, maps and charts of Yeisk Priazovie and Krasnodar Territory. In the funds of personal origin are personal documents, autobiographical information, photographs, manuscripts, copyrighted books, publications, correspondence. As of January 1, 2019, the MKU “Archive” is in custody of 137,320 cases in 1,250 archival funds.

Finding Aids, Guides, and Publication

Opening Times

Monday - Friday 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.