2 pp. text in English and Hebrew followed by 30 mounted plates, one with Hebrew text and 29 gelatin silver prints (missing 1 photograph) by S.J. Schweig showing various aspects of life in Israel, each captioned in English and Hebrew on the mount, including the Negev desert, Haifa, the Gulf of Eilat, the Jezreel Valley, the Ben Shemen Youth Village, the Nesher Cement Factory, the Watermill Falls, Jerusalem, Tel-Aviv, Mount Herzl, Galilee, Degania Alef, Chaim Weizmann, harvesting, fishing, and various immigrant workers. Sm. folio. White leatherette portfolio, contents loose as issued. Jerusalem (Keren Hayesod) n.d. (ca. 1950). Keren Hayesod - United Israel Appeal, also known as the Foundation Fund, is the official fundraising organization for Israel with campaigns in 45 countries. Founded in 1920 to provide the Zionist movement with resources needed for the Jewish people to return to Israel, today Keren Hayesod works together with the Government of Israel and the Jewish Agency for Israel to further the national priorities of the State of Israel. As of March 2015, WorldCat locates one holding in North America. (Inventory #: 48233)
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