Photo by P. Pavlov, Moscow, Russia, ca. 1895 10.6 х 16.3 cm Inscribed (front): “Yours Zoya Krylova-Stefanovskaya.” Inscribed (back): “To an unforgettable friend who has won my heart’s best and most sincere feelings. I will never forget what my kind angel did for me. Livny. March 26, 1897.” Zoya KRYLOVA-STEFANOVSKAYA, from a farmer’s family, wife of archpriest Alexander Stephanovsky (1870 -1927). Before the Russian communist revolution, Stephanovsky worked as chief priest in several Moscow churches, including St. Trinity Church (Samoteka). After the revolution, he was supporting Patriarch Tikhon of Moscow. His son-in-law, father Mikhail Vvedensky was also a priest, who went through GULAG and was consecrated as New Martyr by the Russian Orthodox Church. C4894 KRYLOVA-STEFANOVSKAYA Z. R. (Крылова-Стефановская З. Р.)