If you want to rebuild your houses, come to the Housing Union. The Housing Union is located at 12 Tolmachov Street formerly Bolshaia Karavannaia Street. All inquiries between 10:00 and 4:00.

Poster Number: PP 412
Category: Workers
Poster Notes: Karavan Street, mentioned on this poster, is in St. Petersburg. From 1919 to 1991 it was named for Nikolai Gurevich Tolmachev who was the head of the cultural education department of the Petrograd district military commissariat. He was killed in the Russian Civil War. Tolmachev is buried in the Field of Mars, St. Petersburg.
Media Size: 45x31.5
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: c.1919
Catalog Notes: PP 412 Workers b
Artist: Artist Unknown — неизвестный художник

The artist's name on the poster is not indicated. By assigning Artist Unknown to a poster it also could mean the artist used a chop mark whereby no signature is seen thus rendering the artist's identity anonymous.

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Printer: State Typography Workshop named for Evgenii Sokolov, Petrograd (formerly A.F. Marks'') — Государственная типография им. Евгении Соколовой, Петроград (до А. Ф. Маркс)

The State Typography Workshop named for Evgenii Sokolov was located in Petrograd (St. Petersburg) at 29 Izmailovskii Avenue. Prior to the 1920s, this printer was the A.F. Marks'' Partnership Artistic Office. Founded in 1881, its owner was Adolf Fedorovich Marks (1838-1904), a successful printer and publisher. In late 1920, the A.F. Marks'' Partnership was nationalized by the Soviets and placed under Gosizdat, the state publisher. In 1922, the printer was placed under Petropechat', a state-owned trust that was created in the early 1920s to aid in the centralization of the printing industry. Thereafter, it became the 26th State Typography Workshop named for Evgenii Sokolov, a St. Petersburg-based printer and Russian Revolution participant who died while on a military assignment for the Red Army.

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