1st Ural State Lithography Workshop, Ekaterinburg
The 1st Ural State Lithography was located in Ekaterinburg, a city east of Moscow. In 1924 Ekaterinburg was re-named Sverdlovsk in honor of Yakov Mikhailovich Sverdlov (1885-1919) who lived in the city prior to the Russian Revolution. Sverdlov was the Chairman of the Central Executive Committee of Soviets from 1917 to 1919.
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