Igud Yotsei Sin: Committe for the Erection of a Synagogue and a Communal Center in Israel in ... Igud Yotsei Sin: Committe for the Erection of a Synagogue and a Communal Center in Israel in ... Igud Yotsei Sin: Committe for the Erection of a Synagogue and a Communal Center in Israel in ...

Igud Yotsei Sin

Committe for the Erection of a Synagogue and a Communal Center in Israel in Commemoration of the Jewish Center in China

Published by NP n/d, Israel
Condition: vg Hardcover
From ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) (Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.)

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Oblong quarto. Bolted blue faux-leather with inlaid b/w reproduction of a photograph of the exterior of the synagogue. Inside of front and back board lined in silk-moire. This unique album was presented to Mr. & Mrs. Harry Burston on occasion of their visit to Israel on October 1971. Printed presentation plates in English and Hebrew on title-page. Verso of title-page with 39 original signatures of guests who attended the reception at the synagogue on Nov. 1, 1971. Album contains 14 original (4 1/4" x 6 1/2") glossy b/w photographs inserted on card stock. Each photo protected by tissue guard. One photo shows the exterior, the rest is of the interior of the Synagogue and Cultural Center in Tel-Aviv. Photographs with captions in English and Hebrew. "In Eternal Memory: This building was built in Memory of the Jewish Communities in China by Igud Yotzei Sin in Israel. The construction of the building was possible thanks to the Administrator General and Official receiver of the State of Israel, who handed over the proceeds received from the sale of the Synagogue in Shanghai and through the generous donations from the former residents of China in Israel and all over the world. The building was set thanks to the great devotion extended by the President of the Building Committee, Mr. M. A. Zaigraeff. The inauguration of the skeleton of the building took place on the 20th August 1959. The inauguration of the opening of the building took place on 6th September 1961. Architects & Building plans: Mr. G. Rabinovitch, Mr. A. Kahane, Aron Kodesh." In 1951 a group of Jewish leaders from several communities of former China residents in Israel founded "Igud Olei Sin", which was later changed to "Igud Yotsei Sin." Small sticker of S. Sanzetti Photo Studio on inside of rear board. Minor age toning on title-page and on margin of card stock. Near fine condition. Unique copy. Bookseller Inventory # 24786

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Title: Igud Yotsei Sin

Publisher: NP n/d, Israel

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

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