Poster Plakat A Collection of Posters from the Soviet Union and its Satellite Nations

Translation: Read Literature About Cooperation The All Russia Central Union Of Mercantile Societies [titles seen books] Raising The Young Citizen. Library Of The Cooperator. Cooperatives. The Library Of The Young Citizen: People Of Big Hearts.Read Full Translation...Read Literature About Cooperation The All Russia Central Union Of Mercantile Societies [titles seen books] Raising The Young Citizen. Library Of The Cooperator. Cooperatives. The Library Of The Young Citizen: People Of Big Hearts. Cooperative Country Calendar 1919. Help Library For The Cultural-Educational Worker: CooperationClose Full Translation
Poster Number: PP 426
Category: Education Literacy
Artist: IIN — ИИН
Poster Notes: Book titles are; Raising the Young Citizen; Library of the Cooperator; Cooperatives; Library of the Young Citizen, People of Big Hearts; Cooperative Country Calendar 1919; Help Library for the Cultural-Educational Worker: Cooperation.
Poster Type: Lithograph
Printer: I.N. Kushnerev Typolithography, Moscow
Printer Notes: Russian entrepreneur Ivan Kushnerev founded the Ivan Kushnerev & Company Printing Shop in 1869 in Moscow. Having tried his hand at publishing, Kushnerev turned to printing and opened a small shop “with a dozen workers, one hand press, and a single printing machine.” In 1903, the shop acquired Moscow’s first linotype press. As his business grew he brought-in partners. When Kushnerev died in 1896 his printing company was one of the largest in Imperial Russia. The Kushnerev shop was nationalized by the Soviets in 1919 and consigned to the Printing Section of the Moscow Economic Council. It was placed under the Poligrafkiniga (Book and Magazine Printing) Trust around 1920 and was re-named the 3rd State Typolithography Workshop. By 1921, it was briefly re-named the 20th State Typolithography Workshop and then, it became the 3rd Krasnii Proletarii Book Printing Plant around the time that its location (on Pimenovskaia Street) was re-named Krasnoproletarskaia (Red Proletarian) Street. By late 1924 the 3rd Krasnii Proletarii was placed under the management of Gosizdat (State Publishing House). The printer retained the Krasnii Proletarii moniker while its management (via a series of state trusts) varied over the next fifty years.
Publishing date: 1918
Catalog Notes: PP 426 Communist Culture b