Send A Shana Tova Card to your Loved Ones!
Rosh Hashanah is just around the corner and it’s time to send some virtual Shana Tova cards, the Jewish New Year greetings, to your loved ones, friends and family members, as it been done throughout history.
We at Beit Hatfutsot have accumulated A dozen of historical greeting cards from different historical periods and all corners of the world for you to choose from.
- There is A SHARE button on each Shana Tova.
- Select the one you relate to the most and SHARE it with whoever you choose on social media.
- Click the one you choose.
- Choose “share on a friend’s timeline”.
- Write the friend’s name and select the one you want from the list.
- Write your greetings and wishes in “say something about this” space.
- Click “post to Facebook” when you are done.
- You can “send” as many cards as you like to as many friends and family members as you like.
All set! Have A Chag Sameach and happy new year!
Mother and children New Year card Printed for Williamsburg Art Co., New York, USA, 1920s
New Year Greeting Card – Bicycle loaded with flowers. Postcard printed in Israel
New Year Card – Jerusalem, Eretz Israel, 1918
‘Shana Tova’ – New Year Card, Tripoli, Libya, 1908
5. Georgia (USSR)
The card was used as invitation to the housewarming of the Synagogue, Kulashi, Georgia (USSR), 1955
Man with the Zionist Flag, Scrap pictures for New Year, New York, USA 1906
Boy and girl with the Zionist flag, New Year greeting card sent to Glasgow, Scotland from Montreal, Canada, 1910
New Year Greeting Card, Paris, France, 1920’s. Published by Leon Speiser, Paris
New Year Greeting Card for the Jewish year 5689, Switzerland, 1929
‘Shana Tova’ – Postcard, Poland 1920s
New Year card Printed in Germany for “Central” publishing house, Warsaw, Poland, c1920
Holocaust survivors (wearing prisoners uniform), on board the ship “Metrua”, hoisting the national flag as they arrive to Haifa Port, Eretz Israel, 1945