The sign is part of a series of signs depicting buildings in Gan Shmuel’s history
In the next photo taken that day, the sign and the pillar on it are posted Click for a larger image
The dining room image today Click for a larger image
The QR code references a YouTube movie describing the dining room: Station # 6 - Dining Room - YouTube Translation of the text on the sign
[Dining room image]
The first dining room hut was established in 1926, as a dining room and kitchen for the group members. After the hut fell apart, in 1941 a dining room was designed by architect Arieh Sharon and built by the building-group of the kibbutz. The bell placed next to it was used to ring a wake-up call, to call members for meals and gatherings. In the early years, anyone could ring and invite members over for a call. In addition, the dining room was also used for holiday events and kibbutz talks.
The existing dining room was designed by architect Hilik Arad in 1978. Artworks by Yael Lev - ceramic wall and pottery partitions were placed in it, and Yochanan Siman - 3 murals, and oil painting.