HaShomer Hatzair illustrated album
Consists of one scrapbook containing pasted photographs and clippings and illustrated with colorful painted artwork and captioning, depicting the activities of a Hashomer Hatzair Jewish youth group in Vilnius (Vilna), Lithuania, between 1928 and 1931.
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