Moscow Typography Workshop No. 5
The Moscow Typography Workshop No. 5 was located at 21 Little-Moscow Street in the capital of the USSR. According to Soviet publications from the 1960s, the Moscow Typography served as a contract printer for Sovetskii Khudozhnik (Soviet Artist), the publishing house of the Artists’ Union of the USSR. For a period during the mid-1960s, the printer was under the management of Glavpoligrafprom (Main Directorate of the Printing Industry), and during the mid-1970s, the Moscow Typography became a contract printer for the State Committee of the Council of Ministers of the USSR on Publishing, Printing and the Book Trade. In the immediate post-Soviet era, it became Moscow Printing House No. 5 of the Committee of the Russian Federation on Printing.
Sources & Citations
Chrenov, M. M. (1994). Voennaja odezda russkoj armii. Moskva: Voennoe Izdat. (Отпечатано в Московской типографии No 5 Комитета Роснийской Федерации по печати 129243 , Москва , ул . Мало-Московская , д . 21)
Kim, M.P., et al. (1983). Istoriiа knigi v SSSR. Moskva: Kniga. Tom. 2. (p.88. No 5 Комитета Роснийской Федерации по печати)
Kostin, V. I., & Goriaev V. (1961). Vitalii Nikolaevich Goriaev. Moskva: Sovetskii khudozhnik. (Типография издательства «Советский художник» Москва , Мало-Московская , д . 21)