Jerusalem Hebrew Teachers' College 1928 Review
The Hebrew Teachers' College, Jerusalem, A Review of Its History, Situation, Building & Prospects. Issued by the Building Society of the Hebrew Teachers' College, Jerusalem, 1928 (5688). Includes a list of the staff.
The teaching staff of the College has been renewed. The new immigration brought with if well trained teachers, men of note and experience who are now applying their knowledge to perfecting the institution and our language
Names in this online transcription include Aloug, Avizoher, Brachyahu, Braver, Charlami, Dinsburg, Epstein, Hebroni, Ladijensky, Masie, Meyohas, Mohilover, Morris, Rivlin, Shoor, Sutta, Yellen.
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