Netanya Israel / text, Herbert Bishko ; photographs, Sadeh, Braun.
5,000 English-speaking new immigrants to Israel (Olim") gathered at the Wingate Institute near Netanya for a day of festivities. "The Event" was jointly organized by the Jerusalem Post and the 5 Western immigrant associations in Israel - including the British Olim Society and The Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel.; Attractions included a tug-of-war competition, free massages, a country fair, a giant picnic, free Afro hairdos and sports activities and demonstrations. The photo shows a young girl from New York getting her hair braided by another NY immigrant - a member of the Black Hebrew community based in the Negev town of Dimona.
איגוד עולים דוברי אנגלית.
Association Immigrants Anglosaxon. [picture]
המידע אודות התצלום נמסר על ידי יוצר האוסף, מר דן הדני
צולם בתאריך: 06 באוקטובר 1993
1 photograph : color
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ARC. 4* 1995 30 22886 28
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