29,  pp., 9 pl. 22x17 cm. In original illustrated wrappers. Tears and rubbings of the wrappers, Soviet bookshop’s stamp and pen markings on the rear cover. Otherwise a very good clean copy.
Extremely rare. One of 1150 copies. First and only edition.
Published by History Society of Kaluga. With 9 photographs. Gamayunshchina was a territory on the right bank of Oka river near Kaluga. The name comes from ‘gamayun’ - the nickname of a person with any peculiarities in speech, other than local speech. It turns out that on the territory of the Kaluga right bank, thanks to historical conditions, developed a special way of life, its own talk, its own costume, differing from neighboring localities. Even though villages in this area existed since 16th century, this is the first attempt to study its ethnical differences.
Worldcat locates copies at Columbia, Harvard, Ohio State University, Washington University, Library of Congress.