Ze'ev Jabotinsky at the 17th Zionist Congress, Basel, 1931

Poet Hayim Nahman Bialik, Tel Aviv, 1934

Nahum Sokolow, President of the World Zionist Organization with Zionist leaders Prof. Selig Brodetzky, Emanuel Neuman, Dr. Hayim Arlosorov and Berl Loker, Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel, 1931

Poet Uri Zvi Greenberg visiting the offices of the Polish-Zionist newspaper Nowy Dziennik, Krakow, 1931

Johanna and Ze'ev Jabotinsky, Basel, 1931

Louis Lipsky, American Zionist leader [second from the right], Basel, 1931

Poet Hayim Nahman Bialik with Hebrew writers and journalists, Nowy Dzenniek offices, Krakow, 1931

Dr. Osias Thon, Dr.Ignacy Schwarzbart, Polish Zionist leaders, with Ze'ev Jaborinsky, Basel, 1931

Dr. Ignacy Schwarzbart, Polish Zionist leader, and Ze'ev Jabotinsky, Basel, 1931

Vera and Dr. Hayim Weizmann, Basel, 1931

Meyer Weisgal, Basel, 1931

Painter Reuven Rubin, Tel Aviv, 1935

Hana Rovina, Habima Theater first lady, Tel Aviv, 1935

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Delegates of the 17th Zionist Congress at a café, Basel, 1931

Nahum Sokolow, President of the World Zionist Organization, at the Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel, 1931

Nahum Sokolow, President of the World Zionist Organization, Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel, 1931

Dr. Hayim Arlosorov, Zionist leader, Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel 1931

Emanuel Neuman, American Zionist leader, Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel, 1931

Robert Stricker, Ze'ev Jabotinsky, Meir Grossmann, leaders of Revisionist Zionism, Herzl Memorial Day, Vienna, 1932

Leib Yaffe, Cracow, late 1920s

Herz Grossbard, Yiddish actor, Cracow[?], 1930s

Berl Loker, Zionist leader, Drei Koenige Hotel, Basel, 1931

Hana Rovina, Margot Klausner (Habima Theater manager) and Oskar Kaufmmann (Architect of Habima Theater building), Tel Aviv, 1935

Moshe Chelouche, Tel Aviv arts, education and economic public figure, Tel Aviv, 1937

Esther Gamlielit, folk singer, Tel Aviv, 1935

Aba Ahimeir, Revisionist Zionism leader, Cracow, 1935