Sign number 10 from signs scattered throughout the kibbutz, describing the history of the kibbutz
The following picture taken that day shows the sign and its surroundings Click for a larger image
The sign was replaced by a sign made of metal, as can be seen from the photo taken by Israel Preker in 2022 Click for a larger image Translation of the text on the sign
: The members’ quarters
In the background, orchard B.
Two rooms in a hut, each room with a bed and closet and a single chair. They drank the cup of tea at "four o’clock" in the dining room, a newspaper read at the Culture House, toilets outside, and bathed in the public shower. Only in January 1941 did electricity arrive in the barracks.