A. Awards of excellence given out at High Commissioner's Residence in Jerusalem, 1940s
B. Bedouin guard during ceremony
C. Dr. Wallach among ceremony's attendees
D. Ceremony ministers in full uniform
E. Music study class in Jerusalem
F. Heftziba-Beit Alfa children
G. Heftziba-Beit Alfa children

Trudy and Miko Schwartz's collection – part 3

In this trip to the past we say goodbye, for now, to Jerusalem couple and end current series with Henrietta Szold broadcasting over radio waves, Shomria institution's pupils and other figures from British Mandate era

1. Samaritans' prayer service in Nablus


2. Samaritans' prayer service in Nablus


3. An Arab resident listens to a radio broadcast. Notice the size of the radio set those days


4. A group of Arab men listening to a radio broadcast


5. 'Kol Yerushalaim' studio, World War II. Henrietta Szold addresses the people over the radio waves


6. A Hebrew restaurant during World War II. Poster reads: 'Britain and its allies are bringing the goods. Don't waste…'


7. Photos 7-18 were taken in the Shomria institution in Kibbutz Mishmar Haemek. It was the first educational institution established in Hashomer Hatzair kibbutzim in the 1930s






10. Morning exercise on the roof of the institution's main building


11. Spinning and weaving taught in handicraft lessons




13. Many of the institution's pupils studied music


14. Communal children's home


15. Painting poet Shaul Tchernichovsky's portrait, in honor of his birthday




17. Children assemble a 'musical scale'


18. A 'Kol Yerushalim' crew arrives at the institution. Notice their car's wooden doors



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