A Red Gift to the White Pan, bash him in the forehead with this little suitcase!

Poster Number: PP 708
Category: Civil War
Poster Notes:

[On the top] Russian Socialist Federated Soviet Republic. Workers of all countries, unite!
The word "pan" is a Polish language means of formal address for a male but it is used far less in the 21st century. Historically, the word was equivalent to "Lord" or "Master".

Media Size: 30.5x25
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1920
Catalog Notes: PP 708 Civil War b
Artist: Moor (Orlov), Dmitrii Stakhievich — Моор (Орлов), Дмитрий Стахиевич
Dmitrii Stakhievich Moor (birth surname Orlov) was born into the family of a mining engineer and did not receive formal artistic education. After moving to Moscow in 1898, and between 1902 and 1906, he actively participated in the city’s revolutionary movement, specifically taking part in the failed 1905 Revolution. While working at the Anatolii Mamontov printing shop, he submitted his drawings to periodicals. In 1908, he began to publish his cartoons in satirical journals, namely in Budil'nik [Alarm Clock]. Wh...
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Printer: 3rd State Typolithography Workshop, Moscow (formerly Kushnerev) — 3-я государственная типо-литография, Москва
Russian entrepreneur Ivan Nikolaievich Kushnerev founded the Kushnerev & Company Printing Shop in 1869 in Moscow. Having tried his hand at publishing, Kushnerev turned to printing. He opened a small shop “with a dozen workers, one hand press, and a single printing machine.” In 1903 his shop acquired Moscow’s first linotype press. As business grew he brought-in partners and, when Kushnerev died in 1896, his printing firm was one of the largest in Imperial Russia. Kushne...
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