Built in the second half of the XIX century. According to the archival materials, the land plot at the corner of Bolshaya (now Lenin Street) and Bazarnaya streets (now Kirov Street) belonged to peasant Lazar Aronovich Samsonovich.
Commercial premises on the estate were rented out. In the shops were tea shop I.F. Chistyakov, in the shops of Kominer and Rodovskiy, fur coats, carpets, shoes, iron products, window fans were sold. In 1904, the building housed the Odessa infirmary of the Red Cross of the Kasperovskaya community. In 1907, in one of the rooms was the office of the Verkhneudinsk notary A.A. Verzhbitsky.
The two-story stone building is located in the central historical part of the city and plays an important urban role in the formation of the ensemble of Revolution Square (formerly Bazaar Square).
The Samsonovich Manor went out onto the main street with trade shops (Lenin 21) and a two-story stone house at the corner of Bolshaya and Bazarnaya (23 Kirov str., The Tkani shop is located on the first floor) and adjacent to its A.A. Mostovskogo. The house on the corner is the main house on the estate that was formed by the end of the 19th century.
For 1874 and earlier here, on the site of the land of the former peasant of Mukhorshibirsky volost L.А. Samsonovich, there were mostly wooden buildings - a one-story house, a stone unfinished outbuilding, four wooden warm benches with storerooms, out-of-court buildings - a kitchen, a bath, two two-story barns, two deliveries, a barn and a hayloft.
Commercial premises of the estate were leased by the owner. Advertisements placed in the newspapers of 1905 invited consumers “not to leave the newly opened tea shop of I. F. Chistyakov as their order and visit.” And in the shops of Kominer and Rodovskiy, which were also located here, one could purchase a variety of goods: iron goods, black fur coats, elk gauntlets, felted shoes of all sorts and sizes, Tyumen carpets, canvas and window fans - all at reasonable prices. Here, in the house of Samsonovich, in 1907, in one of the rooms was the office of Verkhneudinsk notary, Adolf Alexandrovich Verzhbitsky. In 1904, the building housed the Odessa infirmary of the Red Cross of the Kasperovsky community, which occupied Verkhneudinsk, in addition, two more buildings.
In 1908, M. Stradin will ask the city authorities for permission to open a cinema called “Electrotheatre-varietyte” in the house of Samsonovich. The city government refused this request, arguing that wooden stairs lead up to the top floor of the main house, both outside and into the courtyard, which was not fire-safe.