Auction 48 General auction: Documnets, Photographs, Payment method, chilidren books, Jewelry and much more
Nov 11, 2019 (Your local time)
 Leibowitsz street 9, Gedera

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LOT 2:

Orig. photo of Pinhas Rutenberg with the British High Commissioner, 1929 and Booklet of the Electrical Company.

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Orig. photo of Pinhas Rutenberg with the British High Commissioner, 1929.
Meeting of the British High Commissioner and the Chief Secretary of Eretz Israel with Pinhas Rutenberg regarding the plan to build a new power station on the banks of the Jordan River, 1929. - Original photo, 9x14cm., and the 'First Age of the Electrical Company' brochure issued by the Electrical Company. Photo in reasonable-good condition: folds and cracks in bottom left quarter of the photo, crack across in the center. Booklet in fair condition
Pinhas Rutenberg (1879 –1942) was a Russian Jewish engineer, businessman, and political activist. He played an active role in two Russian revolutions, in 1905 and 1917. During World War I, he was among the founders of the Jewish Legion and of the American Jewish Congress. Later, through his connections in Palestine, he managed to obtain a concession for production and distribution of electric power and founded the Palestine Electric Company, currently the Israel Electric Corporation. A vocal and committed Zionist, Rutenberg also participated in establishing the Haganah, the main Jewish militia in pre-war Palestine, and founded Palestine Airways. He subsequently served as a President of the Jewish National Council.
Jewelry: Rings

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