|Arabs wrapping oranges (circa 1900)|
|Jewish farmer irrigating grove in Rishon|
Arab farmers in Palestine developed this sweet orange in the 1800s.
With the arrival of steam ships, the oranges were exported from Jaffa's port, thus the origin of the fruit's name.
|Tel Aviv port (1930s). View import of lumber for orange crates|
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|Jaffa Port (circa 1900)|
|Jewish farmer from Rishon Lezion |
pruning an orange tree grafted onto a
|Jewish supernumeraries on guard in|
an orange grove. (1930s)
|Orange grove in Borochov, named for the|
Zionist leader, Ber Brochov. The village,
founded in 1922, became part of the
town of Givatayim
|Packing plant with Arab and Jewish workers (1930s)|
|Jewish and Arab workers wrapping|
oranges in Rehovot