The house was photographed that day Click for a larger image
Note: It is not at all certain that this sign is on behalf of the settlement and is not a private initiative, especially in light of the "reckoning" with Moshav Nahalal. Translation of the text on the sign
: The Founders house
This house is one of the first three houses built in the budget of the "Agricultural Settlement Division" when Kfar Malal was re-established on October 10, 1919, as a workers moshav.
"No more day laborers, these are tiny, self-employed farmers."
These houses are tangible proof, which dispels the myth of Nahalal "as the first workers moshav", when they retroactively appropriated this title, 3 years before they were founded as a workers moshav.
The first three houses destroyed in the riots of May 1921 (May 1921), houses of Tapuchi (Amitai), and Bogin - were built in 1920.
In view of their historical importance these private homes are declared for special preservation and must not be demolished.