Poster in Polish and Yiddish promoting summer health

Advertisement for summer resort colonies throughout Poland

Poland, Circa 1930s. Poster Advertising Summer Resort Colonies

Polish/Yiddish advertisement for summer resort colonies run by the Jewish Geographical Society of Warsaw. The colonies in Zakopane, Druskieniki, Krynica, and Karwa operated from June 1 to September 15. They offered “Splendid neighborhoods; comfortable rooms (for two, three, and four people); regular tourist excursions; tasty, nourishing food; premises near the mineral baths; libraries, reading rooms, radio, and record player on-premises.”


Digitization of this artifact has been made possible by the Edward Blank YIVO Vilna Online Collections project.