Approx. 30 donation certificates, letters, receipts, informational brochures, handbills and other propaganda items issued by Keren Hayesod. Palestine, London, Austria, the Czech Republic, and elsewhere, 1920s to 1950s.
Among the items: · Five "Receipt-Certificates" for a donation to Keren Hayesod (two of them designed by Meir Gur-Arieh), 1920s and 1930s. · Manifests and handbills detailing the assistance given by Keren Hayesod to various goals, its planned activities and the financial resources needed to carry them out. 1920s. · Reports of a delegation of Keren Hayesod to Syria, 1928. · Typewritten letter by Ze'ev Jabotinsky in which he declines to give a speech in a meeting of Keren Hayesod. 1928. · Booklets and photograph booklets presenting the activity of Keren Hayesod. 1931 to 1949. · And more.
Keren Hayesod was established in London in 1920 as a fundraising arm of the Zionist Movement, to provide the resources needed for the Jewish people to establish a national home in Palestine.
Size and condition vary. Good overall condition.
Provenance: The Rimon Family Collection.