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The house of Sutyagin
The house of Sutyagin

Built in the end of the 19th century. The original view of the gate leading to the courtyard attracts attention. In the courtyard wings, metal stairs with openwork railings and external metal stairs have been preserved.

At the turn of the century, furniture and carpenter S.N. Olshansky, about which he notified by placing an advertisement, promising a conscientious and accurate execution.

In the mid-10s of the last century  in this house lived: O.E. Feingersh, teacher of the male gymnasium I.R. Rappoport M.N. Gofner. The reception was led by the dentist H.L. Fried, midwife and masseuse S.D. Brandman, obstetrician and masseur G.D. Hecht. G.D. Hecht's wife gave him a son, who later became a writer. This boy lived in this house from 1903 to 1924 (according to other sources until 1923). It was Semyon Grigorievich Gekht, who was considered a student of I. Babel.

In 1923 S.G. Gekht (as he himself answered during interrogations in 1944), moved to Moscow, where, together with Yu. Olesha, M. Bulgakov, I. Ilf and K. Paustovsky, was a member of the staff of the newspaper "Gudok" (during the war, her war correspondent). In May 1944 he was arrested and sentenced to 8 years for "anti-Soviet agitation." After serving his sentence, in 1952 he settled in Kaluga, then in the Moscow region. Rehabilitated in 1955. Author of the books "The Man Who Forgot His Life", "The Story of the Budlerov Immigrants", "Nightingale's Booth", "Memories", "Debts of the Heart" and others. Died in 1963.

Nowadays a residential building with administrative premises. 

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