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Sign: Brener, Aharonovitch and Baron - Plaques of artists who lived in Tel Aviv


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Neve Tzedek St 39, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel
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On the sign:
סמל העיר תל אביב
בבית זה גרו ועבדו
הכותבים והעורכים של העיתון "הפועל הצעיר":
יוסף חיים ברנר
יוסף אהרונוביץ
דבורה בארון
בשנים תרס"ז-תרע"ד, 1907-1914

THE WRITERS & EDITORS OF THE NEWSPAPER "HAPO’EL HA-TZA’IR"
JOSEPH CHAIM BRENNER
JOSEPH AHARONOVITCH
DEVORA BARON
LINED & WORKED IN THIS HOUSE
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The sign is on the wall of the house where they lived:
Yosef Haim Brenner - writer and public leader, born in Novi Mlyny, Ukraine (1881-1921), immigrated to Israel in 1909.
Before immigrating to Israel, he managed to write books and edit a literary magazine.
In Israel he writes in the newspaper "Hapoel Ha’Tsair" and was an editorial member of another newspaper.
He wrote several books and also translated masterpieces including "Crime and Punishment".
He was murdered in the 1988 riots

Yosef Aharonovitch - journalist, born in Kiribka, Ukraine (1877-1937), immigrated to Israel in 1906.
The first editor of the "Hapoel HaTzair" newspaper. He was also the president of the Writers’ Association and a member of the Tel Aviv City Council. Also known as one of the founders of Bank Hapoalim and its first manager
Devorah Baron’s husband

Devorah Baron - writer, editor and translator, born in Uzda, Belarus (1887-1956), immigrated to Israel in 1910.
She was the editor of the literary section of the "Hapoel Ha’Tsa’ir" newspaper, she also wrote books and even translated masterpieces such as "Madame Bovary"

All three of them lived in the house, and there was also founded a newspaper of the "Hapoel Ha’Tsair" party called by the same name, and it was then called "The Writers’ House".

Today, the building serves as the Nahum Gutman Museum

The following photo taken on the same day shows the location of the sign and the building Click for a larger image




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