Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, was head of the government of Soviet Russia from November 1917 until his death in January 1924. After his death, Lenin was presented as "the immortal leader" of the proletarian revolution by the Soviet state.
- Soviet Russia Pictorial, no. 9: Lenin Memorial Number, March 1924. Heavily illustrated magazine published by the British Joint Labour Aid Committee of the Workers' International Relief. It includes biographical information and a description of Lenin's funeral.
Nicolai Lenin — The Man, 1924. Illustrated pamphlet containing a collection of articles by Maxim Gorky which pay tribute to Lenin. The articles were originally serialised in the Trades Union Congress newspaper 'The Daily Herald'.
- Photograph of Bolshevik leaders at the Lenin mausoleum, 1924.
- Nikolai Lenin: a brief biographical sketch of a great leader, 1925. Illustrated pamphlet written by Tom Bell and published by the Communist Party of Great Britain. It concludes with a tribute to 'Lenin, the comrade and worker' - "the Lenin that lives, and gives us strength to continue in the cause of Communism to its final triumph".
- Points for Propagandists: Lenin Memorial, 1925. Four page leaflet published by the Communist Party of Great Britain for members. It summarises the Party line on the importance and role of Lenin.
- Lenin album, 1925. Booklet published in Germany by Neuer Deutscher Verlag, with text in German, English and French. Contains introduction by Lenin's sister and photographs of Lenin from childhood to death.
- Souvenir programme for Lenin-Liebknecht memorial demonstration, 1925. Programme for event in London organised by the Communist Party of Great Britain. It includes a response to the question "Why do we commemorate Lenin?".
- Lenin: Information Bulletin for the Use of Propagandists and Party Training Groups, 1927. Pamphlet published by the Communist Party of Great Britain for members. It summarises the Party line on the importance and role of Lenin.
- Souvenir photograph album 'To comrades and brothers: from the workers and peasants of the Soviet Union on the 10th anniversary of the October Revolution', 1927. Album intended to show the achievements of the Soviet Union. It begins with a portrait of Lenin, and includes photographs of his mausoleum in Red Square and a 'Lenin corner'.
A set of slides for a talk on the life and work of Lenin, produced in the early 1930s, have been digitised as part of Henry Sara's lantern lectures.