The article presents the experience of working with the documents from the funds of the State Archive of the Altai Territory related to the issue of food supply of the population in the 1960s-1980s. The authors analyse of the degree of objectivity of this kind of sources, content completeness and make an attempt to estimate the role of archival materials in the study of the history of trade by food goods, catering establishments in separate cities and the territory as a whole. The budgets and staff registers of financial institutions and industrial enterprises of Altai cities cover the extent of their relationship with trade organizations, the structure and level of development of the city trade departments of fruit and vegetable and food products and, as a result, the organization of the retail trade system. The authors conclude that despite the high degree of pursue to the ideology in drawing up texts of documents those period, the enforcing of digital indicators to absolute in accordance with the established Gosplan (state plan), one should not exclude the value of the available material in studying topical issues of the food supply system, qualitative level of service and quantitative indicators of product consumption. However, it is necessary to confirm the information contained in the financial and reporting documents in other sources on the topic of the study.
State Plan Trade Organizations Issue Of Supply Food Products Financial Enterprises Food Supply System History Of Trade Altai Territory Kind Of Sources Trade Departments
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