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Sign: Jerusalem - Photograph in stone - Public Health, 1921


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HaHavatselet St 15, Jerusalem, Israel
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On the sign:
בריאות הציבור, תרפ"א
"טיפת חלב", ספינת הדגל של בריאות הציבור בארץ החלה את פעילותה בעיר העתיקה. ביקורה של הנרייטה סולד בארץ כעשור לפני כן, היווה זרז להעתקת הדגם של מרכז הבריאות ממנהטן לירושלים. בתחנות טיפת חלב הודרכו האימהות ותינוקותיהן, נשקלו וחוסנו. המעקב הרפואי אחר הילד היה מרחם אמו ועד לבגרותו וכדהגדרת אחיות הדסה, "בכדי ליצור דור בריא בגופו ובנפשו".

כתבה: אורה פיקל צברי, מוזיאון חצר היישוב הישן.

[תמונה עליונה]
קבלתהרופא והאחיות בתחנה בטיפול ביונקים בעיר העתיקה, שנות ה-20 המאה ה-20
הצלם: יעקב בן דב, ארכיון המרכז הרפואי הדסה

[תמונה תחתונה]
עולים חדשים ממתינים לטיפול. שנות ה-40 המאה ה-20
הצלמת: האיזל גרינוואלד, ארכיון המרכז הרפואי הדסה

Public Health, 1921
Tipat Halav (mother and baby clinics), the country’s public health flagship, began in the Old City. Henrietta Szold’s visit to the country a decade earlier had provided the catalyst for replicating the Manhattan health center model in Jerusalem. At the clinics, mothers received instruction and babies were weighed and vaccinated. Children were medically monitored from womb to adolescence, as Hadassah nurses put it, "in order to produce a generation healthy in mind and body."

Text: Ora Pikel-Zabari, Old Yishuv Court Museum

[Top image]
Doctons and nurses at the Old City Infants Clinic, 1920s
Photographer: Yaakov Ben Dov, Hadassah Medical Center Archive

[Bottom image]
New immigrants waiting to be seen, 1940s
Photographer: Hazel Grinmwald, Hadassah Medical Center Archive.


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Symbol of the "Photograph in Stone" project - Havatzelet Street

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
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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.

The building was photographed that day Click for a larger image

Pay attention to the information sign in the bottom image, in which the text appears:
The fly hates us
Every disease is the source!
Expel him, destroy, uproot,
Take care of your health in this!
Click for a larger image

Next to this sign are signs depicting Meir Rothschild Hospital and Henrietta Szold Click for sign's details and Guggenheimer playgrounds / On the way to Mount Scopus... Click for sign's details

The historic facade of the hospital is at 37 Haneviim Street, the building on Havatzelet Street (on which the sign) is currently used by Hadassah College.
The historic façade is marked by a sign from the "The Built Heritage" series Click for sign's details




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