By public service delivery we usually understand the process of providing the members of a community with monopoly services like law enforcement, street sweeping, firefighting or emergency medical services.
A new outdoor photo exhibition in Moscow’s Vorontsov Park is showing how public service delivery looked a century ago in pre-revolutionary Russia.
A Moscow Street cleaner in 1900 by an unknown photographer
Above: A Firefighter brigade in 1907, by unknown author
The first medical emergency vehicle in 1913
A team of police officers equipped with cameras; nowadays’ job description would be forensic photographer