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Rivka Guber

Rivka Guber, 1968

Rivka Guber (Hebrew: רבקה גובר‎; 1902–1981) was an Israeli social worker and pioneer, and a recipient of the Israel Prize.

Awards and honors

  • In 1976, Guber was awarded the Israel Prize, for her special contribution to society and the State of Israel,[1] for her life’s work in education and immigrant absorption.
  • In 1992, the Israel Postal Authority issued a stamp in Guber's honor, bearing three portraints of her.[2]

Published works

  • The Brothers, 1950
  • To the Torches of Lachish, 1961
  • Only a Path, 1970
  • These Are the Legends of Kfar Ahim, 1974
  • The Tradition to Bequeath, 1979

See also


  1. ^ "Israel Prize recipients in 1976 (in Hebrew)". Israel Prize Official Site. Archived from the original on 18 January 2010. 
  2. ^ Stamps of Israel - Rivka Guber

External links

  • Rivka Guber in the Jewish Women's Archive
  • Bio in honor of a stamp issued by the Israeli Postal Authority, in her name.
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