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Cooperation with the whole world in the struggle with capital. Long live international day of cooperation!

Poster Number: PP 1017
Category: Industry
Media Size: 28x21
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: c.1921
Technical Information on Poster: No. 10k; Order No. 1484; Price 20 kopeks.
Glavlit Directory Number: 01336. Urklit, Ukrainian provincial section of Glavlit
Catalog Notes: PP 1017 Industry b
USSR Region: Ukrainian SSR
Language: Ukrainian
Artist: Poroshin, Ivan Sergeevich — Порошин, Иван Сергеевич
Ivan Sergeevich Poroshin had a prolific career in the arts as a painter, a graphic artist, and as a photographer. Early in his life, Poroshin lived in Kharkov, Ukraine where he studied at the Kharkov School of Drawing and Painting. The majority of his adult career was spent in Moscow. He collaborated with the publishing house Knigospilka (All-Ukrainian Cooperative Book Merchandising and Publishing Union), and he designed numerous works dedicated to the advancement of mass ...
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Printer: Knigospilka Lithography, Kharkov — Книгоспилка (Книгоспілка) Литография, Харьков
Knigospilka (All-Ukrainian Cooperative Book Merchandising and Publishing Union) was located at 14 Netechens'ka Embankment in Kharkov, Ukrainian SSR. While Knigospilka published and printed a variety of titles, it chiefly developed publications on the rural, cooperative movement and informational literature concerning agriculture.
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Publisher: Knigospilka (All-Ukrainian Cooperative Book Merchandising and Publishing Union) — Книгоспiлка (Всеукраинский кооперативный книжно-издательский союз)
Knigospilka was the All-Ukrainian Cooperative Book Merchandising and Publishing Union. Based in Kharkov, Ukraine, it operated from 1920 to 1929. While it occasionally published posters, its chief task was turning out books and literature for use in Consumers' Societies, Workers' and Transport Societies, and for the rural population in Ukraine. To that end, the publisher played a role in the implementation of Communist Party policy in the countryside. After 1922, Knigospilka concentrated on publishing informational literature concerning agriculture ...
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