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People of Dusiat Who Went to Eretz Yisrael and Returned (cont.)

Dov-Berl, son of Hirshl Levitt (extreme left) To family Shub: This is a memento for you of
our work in the land of our fathers.
Tel Aviv – Petach Tikvah road. 9th of Tevet, 5687.”

Rivka Shteinman (Shub): It's hard to describe our excitement at receiving this postcard, and what it meant to us, in the shtetl.

Tel Aviv, 20th of Av, 1927

Shalom to you Goldale. Please accept my profound thanks for the regards you sent me from the Diaspora to the fields of Judea where I am paving roads for you who follow us to continue our work in our land, Eretz Yisrael of the Hebrew people…

Regards from Sharfstein and her husband. We meet often, we have a good time together, and we remind all of you and wish you all the best always. Dov

 

Rivka Shteinman (Shub): How moved I was when the postcard was directed to me in particular.

Tzila Gudelsky (Shub): I bear the name of Dov Levitt's mother, Tzirel, the sister of my mother Itel (both nee Zilber).

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