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."
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.
Color photographic postcard of Arthur Balfour in the courtyard of the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium in Tel Aviv during his 1925 visit to Palestine. Nahum Sokolow is to his left; Meir Dizengoff and Chaim Weizmann are behind him.
Color photographic postcard of Arthur Balfour's reception at the Agricultural Experiment Station in Tel Aviv during his 1925 visit to Palestine. With Chaim Weizmann (third from right), Meir Dizengoff (far right), and Nahum Sokolow (second from left).
Color photographic postcard of Arthur Balfour's reception at the electrical power station in Tel Aviv during his 1925 visit to Palestine. Balfour (fourth from right); to his right, Pinhas Rutenberg. Meir Dizengoff stands second from right.
Color photographic postcard of Arthur Balfour at the Herzliya Hebrew Gymnasium in Tel Aviv during his 1925 visit to Palestine. Chaim Weizmann and Nahum Sokolow are to his left; Meir Dizengoff is behind him.
Rosh Hashanah postcard with a reproduction of a print honoring the philanthropy of Edmond James de Rothschild, known as "HaNadiv HaYadu'a." The garland under Rothschild's portrait contains the names of settlements he supported in Palestine.
Postcard with a black-and-white illustrated portrait of Berl Clay, born in a colony near Meilitopol in Russia, fell on 26 Adar 5675 (March 12, 1915) in the defense of Milchamja (Menahemia). From the book Jiskor : ein Buch des Gedenkens an gefallene Wächter und Arbeiter im Lande Israel, published Berlin: Jüdischer Verlag, 1918.
Black-and-white photographic postcard of Herbert Samuel, High Commissioner of Palestine, during at 1923 visit to the Bezalel Art School in Jerusalem. Also pictured are Boris Schatz, Menaḥem Mendel Ussishkin, Mordecai ben Hillel Hacohen, and David Yellin.
Black-and-white photographic postcard of Zionist Joseph Trumpeldor, founder of the Zion Mule Corps. Killed at the Battle of Tel Hai, the last words attributed to him are: "It is good to die for our country."
Black-and-white postcard compiled of photographic portraits of authors associated with the Hebrew monthly Ha-Shiloaḥ. Included are Ahad Ha-Am, Mordekhai Ben-Hilel ha-Kohen, Yehoshu‘a Ḥana Ravnitski, Alter Druyanow, Zalman, Epstein, Ḥayim Naḥman Bialik, and David Kahana.
Print reproduction of Leopold Pilichowski's painting The Opening of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, depicting the ceremonies held on April 1, 1925. Notables, including Herbert Samuel, Chaim Weizmann, Nahum Sokolow, Hayim Nahman Bialik, and Chief Rabbi Abraham Isaac Kook, are grouped about Arthur Balfour, who is seen delivering the inaugural address.
Black-and-white postcard with portraits of Zionists Theodor Herzl, Bernard Lazare, Max Mandelstamm, Moses Gaster, and Max Nordau. Below, depictions of a Jewish pioneer seeding a field and the Western Wall. The Hebrew text is excerpted from Ezekiel 37:21 : "Behold, I will take the children of Israel from among the nations...and bring them into their own land."
Black-and-white photographic postcard of Rabbi Ben-Zion Meir Hai Uziel addressing the first meeting of the Assembly of Representatives on October 7, 1920, in Jerusalem. On stage are Arthur Ruppin, Menaḥem Mendel Ussishkin, Yitzhak Ben-Zvi, David Yellin, Rabbi Jacob Meir, and Yosef Sprinzak.