New York, Jewish National Fund, 1937. Item #37764
First edition. Original blue, grey, and black illustrated paper wrappers. 8vo. 31 pages; 21cm. Dramatic visual presentation of the fundraising methods, achievements, and goals over the 35 years since the organization’s inception in 1902 including the Blue-White Box, the J. N. F. Stamp, the Golden Book, the Tree Fund, Flower Day and Flag Day, and the Dunam Land contributions efforts. “Among the mementoes carefully preserved at the Jewish National Fund headquarters in Jerusalem, is a tarnished little old tin box. It was bequeathed to the Keren Kayemeth by a woman Zionist in Germany. This little box-odd as it may seem-has been the means for raising, during the past thirty-five years, the rather astounding sum of approximately $4, 000, 000 or about 18% of the Fund’s total income since its inception. ” Includes photographs, illustrations, and graphs on almost every page. SUBJECT (S) : Jewish National Fund, Israel, Fundraising. OCLC lists only one holding worldwide (Spertus) . Very good condition. (zion-11-15).