Sketch depicting building layout at Kraslag camp, camp point 11. According to the sketch, it was designed to hold 920 prisoners. The buildings labeled "4" are living barracks, "5" is the bath, "6" the medical section, "7" the club-cafeteria and "13" the "strict regime barracks" (a punishment facility).
Kersnovskaia drawing of conflict between criminal and political prisoners in a barracks. She recalled that urki(criminal prisoners) maltreated the famous scientist, Fedorov. Kersnovskaia tried to defend him, but criminals beat her severely. Many years later, Kersnovskaia received a letter of thanks from Federov for her having the bravery to defend him.
Color sketch from Evfrosiniia Kersnovskaia's self-illustrated memoirs shows a fight between two prisoners aboard a prisoner ship. In the accompanying text, Kersnovskaia recounts an episode when two female criminal prisoners were attacking and taking people's belongings with knives. Kersnovskaia could not tolerate the situation and began to fight back.