|A Lodz factory? That's what the caption on the back suggested (Cigarbox Collection, Keren Hayesod, circa 1925)|
The article below reflects corrections suggested by "Anonymous" in the comments below.
Some of the pictures in the "Cigarbox Collection" have captions written on the back. They're written in pencil in German, and some are badly faded. But it's possible to read "factory, Lodz" on the back on the picture above.
The collection contains one picture from Lebanon and another from Damascus, but why would there be a photo from Poland in the middle of the the pictures from the Land of Israel?
|Laying the cornerstone for the expansion of Lodzia, 1929.|
(Eliasaf Robinson Tel Aviv Collection, Stanford University)
|The Red House before its renovation, 2010|
(Judy Weiss, Tchochkes)
The factory in Holon was the subject for a series of photographs taken in 1939 by the American Colony Photographic Department archived in the U.S. Library of Congress.
|The entrance to the factory (Library of|
|Finishing socks and stockings (Library of Congress)|
|Stocking "cotton" room (Library of Congress)|
|Ironing stockings (Library of Congress)|
|The factory floor served as a poster gallery during renovations. Compare the picture to the opening picture |
above and note the pillars, arches and windows. (Judy Weiss, Tchochkes)