|Translated title||A Worldwide Philanthropic Empire. The Life Work of Baron Maurice de Hirsch|
Tel Aviv, Israel, 1982. 48 pp., illustrations: 41 b&w, 22 × 23.5 cm. Hebrew.
Beit Hatfutsot (1982)
A photographic exhibition on two of Baron Hirsch’s major philanthropic projects: the Jewish Colonization Association (ICA) and the Baron Hirsch Fund. Catalog essay on Hirsch, who was the first Jewish philanthropist to envisage large-scale resettlement of the oppressed Jews of Czarist Russia, the activities of the ICA (in Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Eastern Europe, Turkey & Cyprus, Eretz Israel, and other places), and the activities of the Baron Hirsch Fund in the United States. The exhibition was divided into 8 sections, outlining the ICA’s main spheres of activity throughout the world. No itemized listing.
HIRSCH, BARON MAURICE DE