First published in part (facsimile of the first page) in 1924 in the magazine Ogonyok No. 7.
First published in full (facsimile) in 1926 in the book: I. G. Lazyan “Personal File” of R.C.P.(B.) Member V. I. Ulyanov, (Lenin), Moskovsky Rabochy Publishing House, Moscow-Leningrad.
Printed from the form filled in by Lenin.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, 1971, Moscow, Volume 42, pages 457-461.
Translated: Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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February 13, 1922
OF THE RUSSIAN
of the World,
town uyezd 1. Location of Party cell: - - - - Moscow - - - - - Zam- vil. volost district gub. - - - - Kremlin area No. 1 region 2. Name of enterprise (office, army unit) at which the cell is organised: C.P.C., Party card 224,332 Zam- 3. Name of Party organisation which issued the card: district committee 4. Surname: Ulyanov (Lenin) 5. First name and patronymic: Vladimir Ilyich 6. Sex: M. 7. Date of birth: born in 1870; age: 52 years 8. Spoken language: Russian 9. What other languages can you freely speak: I can freely speak in none 10. a) Do you hold any religious beliefs (convictions)? (yes, no) specify which: No b) If you are an atheist, state since what age: 16 11. Number of members of the family (excluding the signer): dependents: two working: two 12. Education: a) can you read and write (yes, no): Yes b) if you studied or are studying, state: —
|Type of school (2-class rural zemstvo, 4-class town school; technical vocational school; evening motor classes; aviation classes, high school); university; Party school). Out-of-school education to be indicated by the words “self-taught”, “home-taught”||How many years did you study||Did you finish school (yes, no, finished such-and-such a class, still studying)|
|a. Finished classic school in 1887
b. and passed university finals
c. at extern law faculty in 1891
|8 years (in classic school)||Finished classic school. Passed extern university finals|
|16. If you have a desire to study, what would you take up (reading and writing, the sciences, arts, trades—specify which):—|
|Relation to the signer||Basic profession or occupation, post, rank||Trade status (employer; self-employed, wage-worker, professional man, houseowner, housewife||Nationality|
|1. Grandfather (on father’s side)||I don’t know|
|2. Father———||Director of elementary schools|
21. At what age did you start earning your own living: at 27 (approximately); as employee or self-employed: litterateur 22. a) Basic profession and speciality before 1917: litterateur b) How many years have you worked at this profession: about 20 (1897-1917) 23. Principal source of income before 1914: literary work and salary from the Party. in 1914-1917: Ditto
|Work Period||Place of work||Kind of occupation||Employed, elected, appointed||Length of employment|
|Name of enterprise (office, army unit) where you have worked no less than 3 months and where you are working at present||Town or gubernia||Period, from/to||Total employment|
|Month year||Month year||Years||Months|
|A. From 1917 to time of entering present employment||a ...
|B. At time of filling in this form:||a. from X. 1917 Chairman C.P.C.
|Moscow||By appointment||from 25.X.1917||4||3|
33. Last monthly pay: (monetary): wage category 17, basic rate ———– rubles, total pay 4,700,000 rubles
|Name of Party and Group||Status in the organisation (“professional”, committee member, Committee Secretary, organiser, agitator, propagandist; combat-squad member, technical worker, rank-and-file member)||Place of work (town, gubernia)||Joined (year, month)||Quitted (year, month)||Total length of Party membership (in years and months)|
|R.C.P.(B.)||professional, C.C. member||Moscow||1895 (actually)||—||about 27 years|
|Participation||Number of occasions|
|1. In economic strikes||–|
|2. In political ”||–|
|T o t a l||–|
|In street political demonstrations||–|
|In students’ movements||(1887)|
|In illegal circles||many|
|In illegal mass rallies and meetings||many|
|In May Day rallies|
|In armed uprisings and partisan actions||–|
|In Party conferences||}|
|In Party congresses||} In practically all|
42. Prison record: a) length of imprisonment: years 1 months 2; in administrative exile: years 3 months—; deportation years— months—; political emigration: years about 10 months———; number of escapes: — 43. a) What newspapers and magazines did you read in 1921 (name them): various b) Regularly, occasionally, never: irregularly c) If you never read, state why (no newspapers, no time, no interest) — d) If you do read state where (at home, at work, at a library, reading-room, on paper stands: at home 44. a) How long have you been a member of a trade union: from 19— b) Do you take part at the present time in trade union work (yes, no): no c) If you do, specify what:
|In what army||Arm of service and speciality (infantry, cavalry, artillery, sappers, engineers)||Military rank (private, company commander)||Length of service||Number or occasions of|
|Date, from/to||Total service||Participation||Wounds||Military awards|
|Month, year||Month, year||Years Months||In skirmishes||In hand- to- hand fighting||Firearm||Cold steel|
|1. In tsarist army
2. In White army
3. In Green army
4. In Red army
57. If you were not in military service, did you undergo General Military Training (yes, no): No 58. When were you demobilised month— of, year 19 — 59. a) If you are a town dweller or a worker do you maintain any contacts with the village (yes, no) — b) If so, specify (I have a farm, a market garden, a bee-garden, etc., of my own or in partnership with other persons) — c) What is your part in this business (personal labour, financial support)— Notes: Town of Moscow ... ... ... ... ... ... ... February 13, 1922 V. Ulyanov (Lenin)