Translation: On September 1st, We Will Begin Operation of the First Production Line of the Chirchik Plant
Poster Number: PP 1083
Artist: Reich, Mikhail Voldemarovich — Рейх, Михаил Вольдемарович
Poster Notes: Poster is in Uzbek and Russian languages. Chirchiq (A.K.A. Chirchik) is a city located northeast of Tashkent in Uzbekistan. It lies along the Chirchiq River. Chirchiq city was founded in the mid-1930s when a group of villages united due to the construction of a hydroelectric power station on the Chirchiq River developed to power a chemical plant. The Chirchiq project was one of the most important industrial works carried out in Central Asia.
Media Size: 29.5x21.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Printer: Uzpoligrafkombinat Lithography Workshop, Uzbekistan
Publisher: Uzfimgiz (Uzbek State Publishing House of Photography and Music ), Tashkent
Publishing Date: 1940
Publisher Notes: Uzfimgiz was dissolved in 1941 as it was merged with the branch offices of the universal publishing house UzGosizdat (Uzbek State Publishing).
Editorial Information: Editor-in-Chief I. Sanridonov; Text Editor P. Umanskii
Technical Information on Poster: Order No. 316b, 1940; Price 1 ruble
Print Run: 5,000
Glavlit Directory Number: 2782. UzGlavlit, Uzbekistan section of Glavlit
Sources: Water and water engineering. (1935). London: Fuel & Metallurgical Journals Ltd.. (Chirchiq Station mentioned in Volume 37, Page 94); Uzbekistonda izhtimoii fanlar, 1979, P. 55. (Uzfimgiz date)
Catalog Notes: PP 1080 Industry b