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Sign: Jerusalem - Photograph in stone - Glick Family

HaHavatselet St 7, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל מיזם "תמונה באבן" - רחוב החבצלת
[תמונת משפחת גליק משנת 1917]

משפחת גליק
בשנת תרנ"ו (1897) נישאים ר’ מרדכי גליק בן העיר העתיקה ומרת איטה לבית ליפקינד. ביתם במזכרת משה ויקב קטן לפרנסתם. משלוח היין הראשון חוצה לארץ יוצא, אך תמורתו לא שבה מחמת המלחמה. בנם יצחק יעקב (1901) פותח בשנת 1928 בית מסחר סיטוני לנייר. מקדם ענף הדפוס וייצור הנייר בארץ ישראל. שמו הטוב יצא בעזרה שהושיט ביד רחבה ובנפש חפצה לכל נצרך ונזקק.
בשנת 1993 נפטר בשיבה טובה. צאצאיו ממשיכים דרכו.

כתבו: בני המשפחה.
יושבים מימין לשמאל: מרת איטה ור’ מרדכי גליק
עומדים: ילדיהם רחל, אסתר, יצחק, יעקב, צביה והצעיר אריה יהודה.
צילום משנת 1917 אוסף מינהל קהילתי לב העיר, ארכיון יד בן צבי
רח’ החבצלת (לשעבר רח’ הסולל)

סמל "עדן" החברה לפיתוח מרכז ירושלים
סמל הרשות לפיתוח ירושלים
סמל העיר ירושלים
סמל מינהל קהילתי לב העיר - ירושלים
סמל יד יצחק בן צבי

Symbol of the "Photograph in Stone" project - Havatzelet Street
[Picture of the Glick family from 1917]

Glick Family
In 1897, Mordechai Glick of the Old City of Jerusalem married Ita Lifkind. They lived in Mazkeret Moshe, making their living from a small winery there. Although they sent a first shipment of wine overseas, due to WWI they received nothing for it.
In 1928, their son Yitzhak Yaakov (1901) opened a wholesale paper business. He promoted printing and paper production in Eretz Israel.
He became renowned for his generosity in helping the needy. He died in 1993. His descendants continue in his footsteps.

Text: Family members. Seated right to left: Ita and Mordechai Glick
Standing: their children Rachel Esthe Yitzhak Yaakov, Zvia and the youngest, Aryeh Yahuda.
Photo: 1917, Lav Hair Communty Adminstration Colection Yad Ben Zvi Photo Archives
HaHavatzelet St. (ex-Hasolel)

Symbol of "Eden", the company for the development of the center of Jerusalem
Symbol of the Jerusalem Development Authority
The emblem of the city of Jerusalem
Symbol of the Lev Ha’ir Community Administration - Jerusalem
Emblem of Yad Yitzhak Ben Zvi
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A sign belonging to the "Photograph in Stone" series. In this series, which is located mainly in the center of Jerusalem, historical buildings, prominent figures in the city’s history and more are commemorated.

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