Karlag camp document:, 1934: Excerpt from newspaper, "Putevka," no. 21." In this issue, there is an article that describes the nature of the labor column and its importance. Another article stresses the necessity to listen to camp inmates' needs and complaints.
Karlag camp documents, 1933: Excerpt from newspaper, "Putevka," no. 25 (53). One of the headlines of the newspapers says: "Camp inmates of Karlag! Learn from the heroe workers of the White Sea Canal construction project how to fight and win."
Karlag camp document, 1941: The document indicates that due to the Great Patriotic War some cultural and educational units seriously reduced their functioning in camps, but it is recommended that they resume their activities.
Karlag camp document, 1941: The document speaks to the chiefs of cultural and educational units who allowed serious ideological errors to be printed in camp wall newspapers.