Not only 225 depository items are listed and described in the catalog but also the history of Russian and Japanese bricks production on Sakhalin at different time intervals has been restored. The catalog places special emphasis on the specific use of bricks by the indigenous peoples of Sakhalin as an acquired element of material culture.
In the welcome address at the beginning of the presentation, Yury Yuryevich Alin, Director of the Sakhalin Regional Museum, emphasized the fact that the whole history of people is hidden behind the brick their way of life and culture.
Viktor Vladislavovich Shcheglov, Deputy Director for Research and Development, advised young professionals to develop this field.
Artem Nikolaevich Bandura, a member of the search expedition in Severo-Kurilsk, donated an extraordinary brick to the POBEDA Museum-Memorial Complex, on which Japanese and American airplanes were carved.
At the presentation the author of the catalog, Igor Anatolyevich, thanked the people who helped him in his work on this book. Also showed and told about his interesting and unusual findings. Those who came to the exhibition learned about the first discovery made by I.A. Samarin.