in Wisconsin History
Wisconsin Jews are asked to support settlements in Palestine, ca. 1941
Have a Share in Nachlath Wisconsin
This tri-fold brochure solicits financial support for a settlement in Palestine called "Nachlath Wisconsin" (Wisconsin Colony), "which will serve as a haven for refugee families." The effort was jointly promoted by the Jewish National Fund in New York and the Wisconsin Council of the Jewish National Fund in Milwaukee, with a target of $50,000 to purchase a site. The brochure includes an illustration of an idealized settlement in Palestine.
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|Creator:||Jewish National Fund.|
|Pub Data:||New York, N.Y.? : Jewish National Fund? 1941?|
|Citation:||Have a Share in Nachlath Wisconsin. (New York, N.Y.? : Jewish National Fund? 1941?) Online facsimile at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/turningpoints/search.asp?id=1748; Visited on: 3/4/2015|