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Images of a tour in Palestine 100 years ago

We present the 74 images making up the Palestine lantern slide collection at the Representative Church Body Library, commencing with the photographer’s arrival by boat at Jaffa, and ending with a panoramic view of Nazareth. Most of the slides were labeled with a brief description by the photographer, making it easy to identify most of the locations, while others have been identified during the archival re–arrangement. Any additional text is added in square brackets. The two maps of Palestine and of Jerusalem, whilst contemporary, were not part of the slide collection but have been added as useful reference tools to the presentation.

Palestine Tour

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