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Sibkraiizdat. Uncle Mitrii, Uncle Vlas, The bookshelf is for you, so that you can live better, you should buy books here. Books give us knowledge, with a book, work is easier.

Poster Number: PP 960
Media Size: 36x26
Poster Type: Lithograph
Publishing Date: 1926
Technical Information on Poster: Stone lithograph by V. Guletskii
Glavlit Directory Number: 2062. Okrlit Omsk, district section of Glavlit
Catalog Notes: PP 960 Education & Literacy
Artist: Illegible Name — Неразборчивое Имя
Printer: Typolithography of Geokartprom of the V.T.U. (Military Topographic Directorate of the Soviet Army), Moscow — Типо-Литография Геокартпрома В.Т.У. (Военно-топографическое управление), Москва
In 1918, the Soviets nationalized the Moscow printing works of brothers Wilhelm Theodor Mehnert and Herman Julius Mehnert at 9 Bol'shaia Polianka (later named Soviet Street). The building housing the printer was first occupied by the Julius Kirsten printing firm. Upon its nationalization, the Soviets placed Mehnert printing under Geokartprom, a State-owed trust of the Commissariat of Defense that centralized government-mapping projects. Geokartprom printed atlases and maps solely for military and government use. While it did map ...
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Publisher: Sibkraiizdat (Siberian Territorial Publishing House) — Сибкрайиздат (Сибирское краевое издательство)
Sibkraiizdat (Siberian Territorial Publishing House) existed from 1924 to 1930 and was formed on the basis of the Novosibirsk Book Publishing House. Sibkraiizdat functioned as both a publisher and a bookseller. Its history begins in the city of Omsk in 1920 when it was founded as Novosibirsk Book Publishing House -- the Siberian branch of the State Publishing House of the Russian Socialist Federative Soviet Republic. In 1921, the publisher moved from Omsk to Novonikolaevsk (Novosibirsk). In 1922, it was ...
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