Burylin Nicholas G.( big manufacturers in Ivanovo-Voznesensk, owner and director of the 'Association Kuvaevskoy manufactures' (now the Joint-Stock Company' BIM)
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Biography Burylin Nicholas G.
. Nicholas G. Burylin - elder brother of the famous businessman and philanthropist Dmitry Burylin, . founder of the 'Museum of Industry and art' in the city of Ivanovo-Voznesensk, . largest manufacturer Ivanovo-Voznesensk, . owner and director of the 'Association Kuvaevskoy manufactures' (now the Joint-Stock Company 'BIM'),
Having home schooled H. Burylin began his career in the office of the factory Kuvaeva. In June, 1874. Moscow hosted the wedding of the eldest daughter of the owner of Hope with a young clerk. With the appointment of a new manager from 1874 to 1887, Mr.. has increased the number of printing presses from 3 to 8, arranged dyeing, belilnye and other offices. NG. Burylin became director - manager of the Association established Kuvaevskoy Manufactory, which grew year after year. By Easter 1912 the fixed capital increased to 5 million. Rub. The factory employed 2 700 people in and year out goods 2 million. 350 thousand. shestidesyatiarshinnyh pieces worth more than 20 million. Rub. Quality fabrics appreciated by an international jury at numerous exhibitions: at Philadelphia (1876), . Moscow (1822), . Luizvile (1885), . Paris (1889, . 1900), . Chicago (1893) products won gold and bronze medals, . and at the World Art Exhibition in Nizhny Novgorod in 1896,
. firm was awarded the State Emblem.
Huge income allows owners to allocate funds to the social sector, to conduct charitable activities. About 90 thousand. year partnership led by NG. Burylin was for the social needs of workers. Were built several houses for civil servants and masters, a stone building for workers with four bedrooms for 585 beds, kitchen and dining room, where they feed 2400 people, out-patient ward, Bath. All of these workers benefit from free. Association and paid the premiums for all employees. In 1896, Mr.. the factory was opened free school for juveniles, where about 150 students enrolled
. Nicholas G. has done a lot for development in education: he worked on the commission for the construction of a secondary school, . shelter and schools for children of artisans and workers, . female and Mechanics Technology, . was an honorary member of the Vladimir Province guardianship of orphanages, . member of the Board of Trustees of urban girls' high school, . Trade schools and schools colorists, . Urban 6-classroom school,
. N. G. Burylin was one of the founders of the Ivanovo-Voznesensk institution of higher education. Being well-known industrialist in the business world of Russia and defending the interests of manufacturers of textile industry, he was an active figure in the Company's factory owners Ivanovo-Voznesensky industrial district, created in 1913. (This is what the society stood at the origins of the base in the town of Ivanovo-Voznesensky Polytechnic Institute, back in 1916-1917. Having all the organizational work and preparing documentation to transfer to Ivanovo-Voznesensk Riga Polytechnic Institute). Since 1913. NG. Burylin was elected to the Board of the Company's manufacturers, the cotton industry, along with well-known businessmen in Russia Riabouchinsky, Vtorov, Konovalov. Since 1876, Mr.. a vowel Ivanovo-Voznesensky City Council.
For many years, forming the famous Burylinskogo (DG) Assembly 'curiosities and antiques' Nicholas G. helped his brother in the acquisition of antiquities museum. In 1907, together with his wife N.H. Burylin (nee Kuvaeva), he appealed to the urban public administration with a proposal to build a city hospital. In 1910 the hospital was opened and named in memory of parents Hope Harlampievny - EO. and H.I. Kuvaeva (today is a 2-city clinical hospital). Financing the construction of the hospital cost NG. Burylin of 300 thousand rubles. Kuvaevskaya Hospital (70 beds) was the best in town. Burylin to the hospital and the sanctity of capital to ensure its activities to the city. This act of charity has been appreciated: June 7, 1910. Nicholas G. and Nadezhda Harlampievne Burylin was awarded the title of honorary citizens of the city of Ivanovo-Voznesensk. His charitable and public work is awarded gold and silver medals, two orders.