Postcard from the 14th World Zionist Congress held in Vienna. With a black-and-white photograph of the cypress tree planted by Theodor Herzl in Motsa during his 1898 visit to Palestine. Includes an inset portrait of Herzl. The Hebrew text at the top of the postcard is excerpted from Jeremiah 31:16 : "And thy children shall return to their own border."
Blac-and-white postcard with the design of the Jewish National Fund's commemorative Theodor Herzl stamp, featuring Herzl looking toward the Tower of David in Jerusalem, as Jewish pioneers march to work below. The Hebrew text reads : "If I forget thee, O Jerusalem, let my right hand forget her cunning."
Program for the Charleston Zionist District Reception and Luncheon held at the Charleston Hotel. The Program includes a menu for the luncheon, a list of the members of the Keren Hayesod Committee, officers of the Charleston Zionist District, and notes Rabbi Dr. Jacob S. Raisin as the toastmaster.
Postcard with a black-and-white illustrated portrait of Abraham Josef Baral, from Kovno (Kaunas), fell in the night of 24 Jiar 5670 (June 2, 1910) while on watch in Sejera (Ilaniya). From the book Jiskor : ein Buch des Gedenkens an gefallene Wächter und Arbeiter im Lande Israel, published Berlin: Jüdischer Verlag, 1918.