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OZET lottery No. 5, 1933. Mikhail Oskarovich Dlugatch. "Let's build Birobidzhan and convert it into the perfect socialist outpost in the Far East. OZET - Russian acronym for “Society for Settling Working Jews on the Land” OZET (1925-1938). An organization to help poor Russian Jews by resettling them from the villages of the pre-1917 Pale of Settlement to agricultural cooperatives. At its height in the 1930s, OZET membership reached 300,000 members.

Ozark Farmers Agricultural Cooperative is a produce marketing association serving small farmers in the Ozarks, marketing their products to customers across the area.

* Emmy Lou Packard and Frida Kahlo, 1941 photo Diego Rivera Painter, printmaker and muralist Emmy Lou Packard (1914-1998) worked as Diego Rivera's assistant in the United States and lived in Mexico with the Riveras early in her career. Packard photographed the couple posing in the backyard of her famous "Blue House" (now the Frida Kahlo Memorial Museum in Coyoacán, Mexico) where Kahlo was born, maintained a studio, and spent the last days of her life.

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Fitness : Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives

Nursery : Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives

OZET lottery No. 5. OZET - Russian acronym for “Society for Settling Working Jews on the Land” OZET (1925-1938). An organization to help poor Russian Jews by resettling them from the villages of the pre-1917 Pale of Settlement to agricultural cooperatives. At its height in the 1930s, OZET membership reached 300,000 members.

OZET lottery ticket, 1929. OZET - Russian acronym for “Society for Settling Working Jews on the Land” OZET (1925-1938). An organization to help poor Russian Jews by resettling them from the villages of the pre-1917 Pale of Settlement to agricultural cooperatives. At its height in the 1930s, OZET membership reached 300,000 members.

OZET lottery No. 4. OZET - Russian acronym for "All-Union Association for the Agricultural Settlement of Jewish Toilers on the Land in the USSR" (YIVO translation) AKA “Society for Settling Working Jews on the Land” OZET (1925-1938). A Soviet organization to help poor Russian Jews by resettling them from the pre-1917 Pale of Settlement to agricultural cooperatives in Ukraine, Crimea and Birobidzhan. At its height in the 1930s, OZET membership had reached 300,000 members.

1948. Women of Kibbutz Mishmar Haemek in training during Israel's War of Independence

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Rural Agricultural Cooperatives in Nepal