On Sunday January 11 2015, Vladimir Sereda from Netherlands left the following message for Alexander Assejew:
"Dear Mr. Asseiew, On September 27, 2014 the new museum was opened in Tambov, Russia. It is dedicated to the family of Russian merchants, noblemen, businessmen and benefactors, the Asseyevs. The information about this museum is here: mk-aseeva.ru. The museum is located in the restored palace of Mikhail Vasilyevich Asseyev (1858-1933). His brother Alexander Vasilyevich Asseyev lived in Penza. His cousin and business partner Vasily Tikhonovich Asseyev lived in Tambov and Rasskazovo. We are writing a book about the Asseyevs and collecting the information for our museum. After 1918 most of them left Russia and settled in Belgrad. Some of them went to Paraguay and Chile later. Vladimir Aleksandrovich Asseyev and his wife Nina Nikitichna (probably, with their children) moved to Aachen, Germany. Before the World War II he went "to America" (we do not know where exactly), and his wife stayed in Aachen and died there. Everything concerning this family (their photos, reminiscences, ets.) is very important for us as we want to save memory about the people who have done so much for our town. Please let us know if the Asseyevs from Tambov and Penza are your relatives. Kind regards Irina Mashenkova Vladimir Sereda Tambov, Russia. "
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On Monday February 10 2020, A. Kiersch from Germany left the following message for Nina Assejew:
"Dear Mrs. Assejew, as I am searching for A Nina Assejew who used to own a Taylor Atelier in Aachen in the 1930s I wonder if you know anything. I own a dress which was made by her, thats why I am interested. Many thanks, A. Kiersch"
A. Kiersch left an e-mail address and a telephone number.