Lot 210: ALS in Hebrew, signed "D. B. G.," two pages, 4.5 x 8.5, July 15, 1954. Letter concerning social programs and services. In part: "A few weeks ago I asked to be done a survey of the government institutions the Jewish Agency and the Histadrut…In fact, we see the power that will be in Tel-Aviv…without a doubt driving hundreds and perhaps thousands of people. Because in my opinion, it is necessary to reduce all the workers in these institutions according to their institutions, some of them to be sent to Be'er Sheva or to other settlements in the Negev, and some of them we shall have to remove to Nazareth, because Nazareth is sympathetic to this. I was told that it falls to you to prepare this survey. Is this true? And has this survey been done or completed?…Some services will have to be cancelled. Who will in essence suffer from this? How will we invest the money in the needed place? I would like to ask in particular what happened to the funds…On Monday you will…determine the details of the framework and process to be imposed on the young generation, the general practices of the enterprise are operating and appear to me more, but I have to admit that I as yet do not have an image in my mind of the organizational framework." In fine condition, with a couple trivial creases.
RR Auction's Fine Autographs and Artifacts Auction 466
Wednesday, 9th December 2015
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