1. Step seven-year-olds-about the construction of direct-flow steam boilers. 2. New in the theater-the invention of a polymer film that facilitates the work of theater decorators. 3. Gangleron-about a new drug for the treatment of heart diseases . 4. Catamaran goes on the water-about the creation of catamaran river vessels.
1. The step of a seven-year-old.
Editorial of the newspaper "Pravda" with a portrait of Khrushchev.
Layout of a ramjet steam boiler.
Shop of the Podolsk Machine-building Plant.
Installation of a steam boiler.
Construction of the Verkhnetagilskaya GRES.
Ramjet boiler at the Yuzhnouralskaya GRES.
2. New in the theater.
Installation of the scenery on the stage.
Two women examine a polymer film.
Testing of the polymer film in the laboratory.
The connection of the two panels of the film with a special glue.
Chief artist of the theater.
Mossoveta A. P. Vasiliev-inventor of polymer film.
A slide drawn by the artist is inserted into the projection lamp.
A fragment of the performance against the backdrop of the scenery that appeared on the film.
A picture of the foundry on the back of the stage (a fragment of the play "Battle on the Road").
The auditorium of the theater.
The building of the Institute of Fine Organic Chemistry of the Armenian SSR Academy of Sciences.
Laboratory of the Institute.
Academician Mnjoyan in the laboratory.
Gangleron powder, which has healing properties.
Ampoules and capsules of gangleron.
Animal testing of the drug.
The doctor at the bedside.
4. The catamaran goes on the water.
Piroga with a wooden balance beam and other types of catamarans.
Experiments in the laboratory of Professor Alferyev.
The movement of the model catamaran in the laboratory pool.
Designers for discussing the project .
Project of a catamaran-tug (figure).
Model of a double-hull passenger ship.
Construction of a cargo catamaran.
Launching the first-born catamaran fleet on the water.
Mndzhoyan A.L. -armyanskij himik organik, akademik AN Armenii
Locations: Moscow region  Ural  Yerevan  Bitter 
Podolsk Machine-Building Plant named after S. Ordzhonikidze