Transpechat' of NKPS (People's Commissariat of Transportation and Communication)
Transpechat' (Transport Printing) was a state-owned trust that disseminated advertising and literature for the NKPS (People's Commissariat of Transportation and Communication). While the trust oversaw a number of printers in the USSR, its headquarters was in Moscow at 46 Bol'shaia Pereiaslavskaia Street.
Sources & Citations
In Mardilovich, G., In Taroutina, M. (2020). New narratives of Russian and East European art: Between traditions and revolutions. New York: Routledge. (Mention of Transpechat' as a printer for the NKPS)
Koenker, D. (2005). Republic of labor: Russian printers and Soviet socialism, 1918-1930. Ithaca: Cornell University Press. (P. 111, P. 229 Transpechat')
Brian Kassoff, The Knowledge Front: Politics, Idealogy, and Economics in the Soviet Book Publishing Industry, 1925-1935. (PhD. diss., University of California, Berkeley, 2000). (Mention of Transpechat' as a printer for the NKPS)