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Books and textbooks on all branches of knowledge can be found in stores of the State Publishing House of the RSFSR.

Poster Number: PP 1108
Poster Notes: Background banner: “Books to the Masses! –Lenin”.
Media Size: 32.5x22.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: c.1928
Technical Information on Poster: Publication No. 25382; E.No. 0320; Telephone 11-85
Glavlit Directory Number: A-9232
Catalog Notes: PP 1108 Education & Literacy
Artist: BoB-CaT — БоБ -КоТ
The artist used a diamond-shaped chop containing the words "Bob Cat" to identify their work. No information is currently available about the artist other than they produced work during the late 1920s.
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Printer: Gosizdat Musical Score Printing House, [Moscow] — Госиздат Музыкального Сектора Государственного Издательства, [Москва]
Gosizdat Musical Score Printing House was situated at 13 Kolpachnyi Lane in Moscow. It was under the management of the Musical Sector (Muzykal'nogo Sektora Gosudarstvennogo) of Gosizdat, the State Publishing House. In 1930, Musical Score Printing House was reorganized as Muzgiz (State Musical Publishing House) and in 1964, it was re-named Muzyka (Music). During the Soviet-era, Muzyka maintained a publishing monopoly on sheet music, music books and musical literature. Early-on, the printing house was the State Publishing House ...
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Publisher: Gosizdat (State Publishing House) — Госиздат (Государственное издательство)
Gosizdat was established in Moscow in May 1919 via the merger of the publishing houses of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee, the Moscow Soviet, the Petrograd (St. Petersburg) Soviet, the Moscow Communist, the People's Commissariat of the RSFSR, and others. It was the first large-scale, state-controlled publisher formed for the purpose of joining the nation's printing and publishing entities under a single institution. While Gosizdat existed somewhat independent of the government, by 1930 it served as the ...
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