Rare booklet in memory of the educator Sarah Schenirer. Eretz Israel [1930s].
Booklet documenting the great work of Sarah Schenirer including the first girls' class she established in her sewing room, establishing Bais Ya'akov in Krakow, her trips around Poland convincing Jewish mothers to send their daughters to Bais Ya'akov upon its founding, the promise and agreement she received from the Rebbe of Belz who blessed the initiative and from the Rebbe of Gur, the first national Bais Ya'akov convention in Warsaw, the establishment of the movement and its transformation to a global movement. Also included is a rare photograph of the facade of the Bais Ya'akov Seminary building in Krakow. On the soft cover is a picture of Sarah Schenirer. The booklet was published on the initiative of the Bais Ya'akov movement in Eretz Israel in order to dedicate its proceeds to building a convalescent home for Bais Ya'akov students and teachers to spend their holidays in a religious and Torah atmosphere.
Rare booklet, does not appear in the National Library.
29 p. 17 cm. Soft cover. Title page detached. Overall good condition.