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Jacobson (Ken and Jenny) collection
Series IV Books, 1848-1930
The series contains ten photographically illustrated books published between 1848 and 1930. The dates of the individual images found within them were taken are included, if known.
Seven of these publications are Christian texts or describe the Christian Holy Land through text and photographs. Two of the titles take ancient Egypt as their primary subject; and one presents a pictureseque view of North Africa.
Two titles, Tristan's Scenes in Egypt and Keith's Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion contain illustrations (photographic and otherwise) by a variety of makers. For the remainder of the titles the author and the photographer are one and the same.
Arrangement
Arranged alphabetically by author.
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68 2008.R.3-5137 Abney, William de Wiveleslie, Sir, Thebes and its Five Greater Temples, photographed 1874, published 1876
Thebes and its five greater temples by Captain W. de W. Abney

Abney, Sir William de Wiveleslie, Thebes and its Five Greater Temples / by Captain W. de W. Abney; Illustrated with Forty Large Permanent Photographs by the Author. London: Sampson Low, Marstion, Searle, & Rivington, 1876. Contains 40 photographs (woodburytypes); six plans (papyrotypes ?) and 87 pages of text. Titles from captions printed below images.
For the 1874 transit of Venus (when the planet passes between the earth and the sun), the British Observatory sent expeditions to different parts of the world. Abney was asked to organize the photographic observation of the transit of Venus in Egypt. In Abney's party were Sapper Laffeaty, Abney's chief photographer, and his photographic assistants, Corporal Milne and Sapper Farr. The 40 photographs included in this volume were taken during this expedition.
68 2008.R.3-5093 Front cover
68 2008.R.3-1489 A Sunset at Thebes
Plate I. (frontispiece).
68 2008.R.3-1491 Title page
68 2008.R.3-1492 Plan of Modern Thebes
Photolithograph, facing page vi. Title from caption printed above image. Printed below image: Papyrotype. School of Military Engineering, Chatham. Abney invented the Papyrotype process, a type of photolithograph.
68 2008.R.3-1493 Plan of the Temples of Medinet Haboo
Medinet Habu. Morturary temple of Ramsesses III. Woodburytype. Title from legend printed on plan. Facing page viii.
68 2008.R.3-1494 The Colossi of the Plain
Colossal statues at Medinet Habu. Woodburytype. Title from caption printed below image. Plate II.
68 2008.R.3-1495 Exterior of the Small Temple, Medinet Haboo
Plate III.
68 2008.R.3-1496 Gateway of the Small Temple
Medinet Habu. Plate IV.
68 2008.R.3-1497 Interior of the Small Temple
Medinet Habu. Plate V.
68 2008.R.3-1498 The King's Palace
Medinet Habu. Plate VI.
68 2008.R.3-1499 Second Pylon of the Great Temple
Medinet Habu. Plate VII.
68 2008.R.3-1500 Osiride Columns in the First Court of the Great Temple
Medinet Habu. Plate VIII.
68 2008.R.3-1501 Second, or Grand Court of the Great Temple
Medinet Habu. Plate IX.
68 2008.R.3-1502 Northern Corridor of the Grand Court
Medinet Habu. Plate IX.
68 2008.R.3-1503 East End of the Northern Corridor of the Grand Court
Medinet Habu. Plate XI.
68 2008.R.3-1504 Remains of the Hypostyle Hall
Medinet Habu. Plate XII.
68 2008.R.3-1505 Side Chamber from the Hypostyle Hall
Medinet Habu. Plate XIII.
68 2008.R.3-1506 General View of the Temple from the North
Medinet Habu. Plate XIV.
68 2008.R.3-1507 Plan of the Memnonium Temple
Ramesseum, Thebes. Facing page 28.
68 2008.R.3-1508 The Temple from the South
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XV.
68 2008.R.3-1509 South-east Colonnade of the Second Court and the Fallen Colossus
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XVI.
68 2008.R.3-1510 View of the North-west End of the Inner Court
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XVII.
68 2008.R.3-1511 The Great Hall, Memnonium
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XVIII.
68 2008.R.3-1512 The Temple from the North
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XIX.
68 2008.R.3-1513 Tombs of Sheykh Abd-El-Koorneh
Ramesseum, Thebes. Plate XX.
68 2008.R.3-1514 Plan of the Temple of Goorneh
Plan of Qurna, Temple of Seti I. Facing page 42.
68 2008.R.3-1515 The Facade of Goorneh Temple
Qurna, Temple of Seti I. Plate XXI.
68 2008.R.3-1516 Interior View of the Temple of Goorneh
Qurna, Temple of Seti I. Plate XXII.
68 2008.R.3-1517 Plan of the Temple of Luxor
Following page 47.
68 2008.R.3-1518 Luxor from the River
Plate XXIII.
68 2008.R.3-1519 The Grand Colonnade
Temple at Luxor. Plate XXIV.
68 2008.R.3-1520 Grand Court
Temple at Luxor. Plate XXV.
68 2008.R.3-1521 Obelisk and Pylon
Temple at Luxor. Plate XXVI.
68 2008.R.3-1522 Plan of Great Temple of Karnak
Facing page 58.
68 2008.R.3-1523 The Modern Village, near Karnak
Plate XXVII.
68 2008.R.3-1524 Gateway of Ptolemy Euergetes
Karnak. Plate XXVIII.
68 2008.R.3-1525 Interior of the Small Temple, Karnak
Plate XXIX.
68 2008.R.3-1526 First Area of the Great Temple, Karnak
Plate XXX.
68 2008.R.3-1527 Northern Corridor of the Grand Area
Karnak. Plate XXXI.
68 2008.R.3-1528 The Grand Hall, Karnak
Plate XXXII.
68 2008.R.3-1490 The Sanctuary
Karnak. Plate XXXIV.
68 2008.R.3-5086 Smaller Court with the Obelisk of Thothmes
Obelisk of Thutmose, Karnak. Plate XXXIII.
68 2008.R.3-5087 The Sanctuary and Grand Hall from the South-east
Karnak. Plate XXXV.
68 2008.R.3-5088 A Pylon, with Colossi
Karnak. Plate XXXVI.
68 2008.R.3-5089 Edifice of Thothmes III
Edifice of Thutmose III, Karnak. Plate XXXVII.
68 2008.R.3-5090 Small Temple to the East
Karnak. Plate XXXVIII.
68 2008.R.3-5091 Karnak from the South-east
Plate XXXIX.
68 2008.R.3-5092 View of the Great Temple from the North-west
Karnak. Plate XL.
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71 Keith, Alexander, Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion, images created between 1826 and 1844, book published 1848
Keith, Alexander, Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion

Keith, Alexander, Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion: Derived from the Literal Fulfillment of Prophecy: Particularly as Illustrated by the History of the Jews, and by the Discoveries of Recent Travellers. Edinburgh: William Whyte and Co., 1848. [36th edition]
In 1844 Dr. George Skein Keith accompanied his father, the Reverend Alexander Keith, on his second trip to Palestine. Dr. Keith was the first person to photograph the region. As a result, in addition to the existing illustrations from previous editions, eighteen engravings after Dr. Keith's daguerreotypes were included in the 36th edition (1848) of Reverend Keith's extremely popular Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion. This is the only British book to have been illustrated with engravings after daguerreotypes. One of the 19th century's most revered treatises on prophecy (second edition printed 1836; date of first edition not known), Reverend Keith's book was reprinted as recently as 2015.
Dr. Keith's brother was the eminent calotypist, Thomas Keith.
Brown leather binding with elaborate gilt tooling. Dr. Keith's daguerreotypes were engraved by W. Forrest and W. Miller and printed by W. Wilding or A. McGlashon. Titles and a bible verse are printed below the images. In addition to his images, also present in the volume are five plates engraved by W. H. Lizars with no further artist given; one plate drawn by Max. Schmidt; four plates after Robert Ker Porter; two unattributed plates; and a plan of Petra drawn by Leon de Laborde. Also printed on mounts throughout: Published by William Whyte & Co. Edinburgh.
71 2008.R.3-5085 Title page
Title page of Keith, Alexander, Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion

Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-2763 Zion
Zion

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. This is the frontispiece of the book.
71 2008.R.3-2764 Wall of Caesarea
Wall of Caesarea

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 124.
71 2008.R.3-2765 Jerash
Jerash

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by A. McGlashon. After page 135.
71 2008.R.3-2766 Jerash
Jerash

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 135. View of Gerasa with colosseum.
71 2008.R.3-2767 Temple at Jerash
Temple at Jerash

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 136.
71 2008.R.3-2768 Athlite
Athlite

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 144.
71 2008.R.3-2769 Tower at Caesarea
Tower at Caesarea

Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 148.
71 2008.R.3-2770 Lizars, W. H., Sychar, between 1826 and 1848
Sychar

Title from caption printed below image. Printed lower right corner below image: Engd. by W. H. Lizars. Facing page 216.
Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-2771 Bay of Beyrout
Bay of Beyrout

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 227.
71 2008.R.3-2772 Hebron
Hebron

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 228.
71 2008.R.3-2773 Schmidt, Max, The Cedars of Lebanon, between 1826 and 1848
The Cedars of Lebanon

Title from caption printed below image. Printed lower left corner below image: Max. Schmidt delt. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 242.
Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-2774 Samaria
Samaria

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by A. McGlashon. Facing page 249.
71 2008.R.3-2775 Jerusalem, Mosque of Omar
Jerusalem, Mosque of Omar

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 260.
71 2008.R.3-2776 Lizars, W. H., General View of Petra from the North East, between 1826 and 1848
General View of Petra from the North East

Title from caption printed below image. Printed lower right corner below image: Engd. by W. H. Lizars. Facing page 291.
Artist unknown, 1826-1848
Titles printed below images. Between pages 304 and 305.
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71 2008.R.3-2777 Corinthian Columns in Petra between 1826 and 1848
Corinthian Columns in Petra

71 2008.R.3-2778 Tomb in Petra, 1844
Tomb in Petra

Between pages 304 and 305. No engraver information given.
71 2008.R.3-2779 Laborde, Léon de, Plan of the Ruins in Petra, 1829
Plan of the Ruins in Petra

The title is printed on a large rock next to which are two Arab men, one sitting, one standing. Printed below the title: Drawn on the spot by / Leon de Laborde. MDCCCXXIX. Printed lower right corner below image: Engd. by W. H. Lizars. Between pages 308 and 309.
71 2008.R.3-5067 Lizars, W. H., Vue d'une colonne isolée dans Ouadi Mousa, between 1826 and 1848
View of a [sic] Isolated Column in the Quadi Mousa

Title from caption printed above image. Titled below French title: View of a [sic] Isolated Column in the Ouadi Mousa. A Bible caption is printed directly below the image and above the title. Printed lower right corner below image: Engraved by W. H. Lizars. Facing page 314.
Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-5070 The Palace of Petra
The Palace of Petra

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by A. McGlashon. Facing page 317.
71 2008.R.3-5071 Petra (Corinthian Tomb)
Petra (Corinthian Tomb)

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 323.
71 2008.R.3-5072 El Deir
El Deir

Mausoleum el-Deir, Petra. Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 327.
71 2008.R.3-5073 Lizars, W. H., Vue prise d'El Nakb de six lieues au sud du Mont Hor, between 1826 and 1848
View Taken from El Nabk Six Leagues South of Mount Hor

Fold-out plate of a panoramic view of mountains around al-Nabk, Syria near Mount Hermon, Lebanon. Title from caption printed below image. English title: View Taken from El Nabk Six Leagues South of Mount Hor. Bible verse printed above titles. Printed lower right corner below image: Engraved by W. H. Lizars. Between pages 328 and 329.
Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-5074 Ashkelon
Ashkelon

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Forrest from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 370.
71 2008.R.3-5075 Ashdod
Ashdod

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 379.
Porter, Robert Ker, Sir, approximately 1820
Printed below titles: Engraved by permission from a print in The Travels of Sir Robert Ker Porter. (This title likely refers to Porter's Travels in Georgia, Persia, Armenia, Ancient Babylonia, etc, etc, during the years 1817, 1818, 1819, and 1820.) Printed lower right corner below image: Engd. by W. H. Lizars. A Bible verse is printed below the images. Titles from captions printed above images.
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71 2008.R.3-5076 Site of the Ruins of Bablyon
Site of the Ruins of Bablyon

Facing page 463.
71 2008.R.3-5077 Birs Nimrood
Birs Nimrood

Following page 472.
71 2008.R.3-5078 Birs Nimrood, North Face
Birs Nimrood, North Face

Facing page 473.
71 2008.R.3-5079 North and South View of the Mujelibé
North and South View of the Mujelibé

Facing page 478.
Keith, George Skene, 1844
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71 2008.R.3-5080 Tyre
Tyre

Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by A. McGlashon. Facing page. 497.
71 2008.R.3-5081 Ruins of Cathedral and Wall of Sûr (Modern Tyre)
Ruins of Cathedral and Wall of Sur (Modern Tyre)

View of Seir. Title from caption printed below image. Printed below image: Engraved by W. Miller from daguerreotype by G. S. Keith MD. Printed lower right margin: Printed by W. Wilding. Facing page 501.
Lizars, W. H., between 1826 and 1848
Titles from captions printed below images. Printed lower right corner below images: Engraved by W. H. Lizars.
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71 2008.R.3-5082 Bedouin Tohrat Arabs of the Peninsula of Sinai
Bedouin Tohrat Arabs of the Peninsula of Sinai

Facing page 517.
71 2008.R.3-5083 Sardis
Sardis

Facing page 529.
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74 2008.R.3-5140 Kitchener, Horatio Herbert, Photographs of Biblical Sites, 1875
Kitchener, Horatio Herbert, Photographs of Biblical Sites. London: Society's Office: E. Stanford, 1875. Red cloth-bound book containing 12 albumen prints; titles are from text accompanying plates. Gold-stamped title on cover with black-stamped decorations. The author and photographer is the future Lord Kitchener. Kitchener thanks Lt. Conder for his help in the introduction. The photographs are mostly of Old and New Testament sites. "The present series of twelve is a selection from fifty photographs taken for the Palestine Exploration Fund" --page [1].
74 2008.R.3-5069 Front cover
74 2008.R.3-1060 Valley of Sorek
Valley of Sorek

Title continues: Return of the ark from captivity with the Philistines. Plate I.
74 2008.R.3-1061 The Valley of Michmash
The Valley of Michmash

Title continues: Scene of the attack of the Philistine camp by Jonathan and his armour-bearer. Plate II.
74 2008.R.3-1062 Mount of Moriah
Mount of Moriah

The site of Solomon's temple. Plate III.
74 2008.R.3-1063 Mosque of El Aksah
Mosque of El Aksah

Title continues: Solomon's palace. Plate IV.
74 2008.R.3-1059 Elisha's Fountain at Jericho
Elisha's Fountain at Jericho

Shows Lieutenant Conder reclining on a pile of rocks on the stream bank. Plate V.
74 2008.R.3-1064 Bethlehem
Bethlehem

Shows the interior of the Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem. Plate VI.
74 2008.R.3-1065 Dome of the Rock Interior
Dome of the Rock Interior

Title continues: Presentation in the temple. Plate VII.
74 2008.R.3-1066 The Baptism in Jordan
The Baptism in Jordan

Title continues: Shows the traditional site of the baptism of Jesus in the River Jordan, where pilgrims come yearly to bathe. Plate VIII.
74 2008.R.3-1067 Kefr Kenna
Kefr Kenna

Title continues: Cana of Galilee. Plate IX.
74 2008.R.3-1068 Bethany
Bethany

Plate X.
74 2008.R.3-1069 Via Dolorosa - the Way of the Cross
Via Dolorosa - the Way of the Cross

Plate XI.
74 2008.R.3-1070 The Holy Sepulchre
The Holy Sepulchre

Plate XII.
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69 2008.R.3-5115 Kühnel, Ernst, Nordafrika: Tripolis, Tunis, Algier, Marokko..., photographed between 1910 and 1924, published 1924
Nordafrika: Tripolis, Tunis, Algier, Marokko...

Ernst Kühnel, Nordafrika: Tripolis, Tunis, Algier, Marokko: Baukunst, Landschaft, Volksleben. Berlin: Ernest Wasmuth, 1924. Yellow cloth covers with title stamped in black on spine and front cover. Contains 240 photogravures after photographs by Lehnert & Landrock, Photo-Flandrin, and Max Nentwich. Captioned in English, German, Spanish, French, and Italian. Titles from English captions printed below images.
69 2008.R.3-5095 Front cover
69 2008.R.3-5112 Spine
69 2008.R.3-5096 Front endpapers
69 2008.R.3-5097 Flyleaf
69 2008.R.3-5098 Title page
69 2008.R.3-5099 Printer's imprint page
Text
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69 2008.R.3-5100 Page V
69 2008.R.3-5101 Page VI
Page VI.
69 2008.R.3-5102 Page VII
69 2008.R.3-5103 Page VIII
69 2008.R.3-5104 Page IX
69 2008.R.3-5105 Page X
69 2008.R.3-5106 Page XI
69 2008.R.3-5107 Orts- und Namenverzeichnis
Page XII.
69 2008.R.3-307 Map of North Africa
Opposite page XII.
Lehnert & Landrock
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69 2008.R.3-308 Flamingo in the Bahira of Tunis
Plate 1.
69 2008.R.3-309 Tunis, Calling to Prayer
Plate 2.
69 2008.R.3-310 Tunis, General View with the Chief Mosque
Plate 3.
69 2008.R.3-311 Tunis, Panorama
Plate 4.
69 2008.R.3-312 View of Tunis
Plate 5.
69 2008.R.3-313 Tunis, Souk el Belat
Plate 6.
69 2008.R.3-314 Tunis, Street in Old Town
Plate 7.
69 2008.R.3-315 Tunis, Entrance of the Zitouna Mosque
Plate 8.
69 2008.R.3-316 Tunis, rue des Andalous
Plate 9.
69 2008.R.3-317 Tunis, rue Halfaouine
Plate 10.
69 2008.R.3-318 Tunis, Bab Soulka
Plate 11.
69 2008.R.3-319 Tunis, the "Souk des Armes"
Plate 12.
69 2008.R.3-320 Tunis, Arabian Café
Plate 13.
69 2008.R.3-321 Tunis, rue Sidi ben Arous
Plate 14.
69 2008.R.3-322 Tunis, Shop
Plate 15.
69 2008.R.3-323 Tunis, Street in the Old Town
Woman walking down a street with an arch. Plate 16.
69 2008.R.3-324 Tunis, Street in the Old Town
Group of people conversing in an archway in the street. Plate 17.
69 2008.R.3-325 Tunis, the Tailors' Bazaar
Plate 18.
69 2008.R.3-326 Tunis, Cloth Bazaar
Plate 19.
69 2008.R.3-327 Tunis, Saint's Tomb in the Saddlers' Bazaar
Plate 20.
69 2008.R.3-328 Tunis, Women on the Promenade
Plate 21.
69 2008.R.3-329 Tunis, Group of Women in an Arab House
Plate 22.
69 2008.R.3-330 Tunisian Hat Weaver
Plate 23.
69 2008.R.3-331 Tunis, Potter's Apprentice
Plate 24.
69 2008.R.3-332 Tunis, Jewish Coppersmith
Plate 25.
69 2008.R.3-333 Tunis, the Jewish Money Changer
Plate 26.
69 2008.R.3-334 Tunis, Sudan Negro Musician
Plate 27.
69 2008.R.3-335 Tunis, Water-carrier
Plate 28.
69 2008.R.3-336 Tunis, Carpet-weaver
Plate 29.
69 2008.R.3-337 Tunis, the Potter's Shed
Plate 30.
69 2008.R.3-338 Tunisian Snake Charmer
Plate 31.
69 2008.R.3-339 Tunis, Jewish Women
Plate 32.
69 2008.R.3-340 Tunisian Horseman Dressed for the Fantasia
Plate 33.
69 2008.R.3-341 Tunisian Arab Ploughing
Plate 34.
69 2008.R.3-342 Tunisian Well
Plate 35.
69 2008.R.3-343 Tunisian Bedouin Woman with Child
Plate 36.
69 2008.R.3-344 Tunisian Bedouin Girl
Plate 37.
69 2008.R.3-345 Sidi-Bou-Said near Tunis
Plate 38.
69 2008.R.3-306 Sidi-Bou-Said near Tunis
Plate 39.
69 2008.R.3-346 Sidi-Bou-Said, Street Scene
Plate 40.
69 2008.R.3-347 Sidi-Bou-Said, Old Corner
Plate 41.
69 2008.R.3-348 Sidi-Bou-Said, View of the Town from a Fig-garden
Plate 42.
69 2008.R.3-349 Sidi-Bou-Said, Part View
Plate 43.
69 2008.R.3-350 Sidi-Bou-Said, Gateway of an Old House
Plate 44.
69 2008.R.3-305 Sidi-Bou-Said, Harem Window
Plate 45.
69 2008.R.3-351 Kairuan
View of Kairouan, Tunisia. Plate 46.
69 2008.R.3-352 Kairuan
Bird's eye view of Kairouan, Tunisia. Plate 47.
69 2008.R.3-353 Kairuan, Street
Plate 48.
69 2008.R.3-354 Kairuan, Street Scene
Plate 49.
69 2008.R.3-355 Kairuan, Sabre Mosque
Plate 50.
69 2008.R.3-356 Kairuan, View of the Great Mosque
Plate 51.
69 2008.R.3-357 Kairuan, View of the Prayer Hall in the Great Mosque
Plate 52.
69 2008.R.3-358 Kairun, Courtyard of the Great Mosque
Plate 53.
69 2008.R.3-359 Kairuan, Interior of the Great Mosque
Plate 54.
69 2008.R.3-360 Kairuan, Main Nave of the Grand Mosque
Plate 55.
69 2008.R.3-361 Kairuan, Front-hall of the Great Mosque
Plate 56.
69 2008.R.3-362 Kairuan, Part View of the Great Mosque
Plate 57.
69 2008.R.3-363 Kairuan, Royal Box in the Great Mosque
Plate 58.
69 2008.R.3-364 Kairuan, Barbers' Mosque
Plate 59.
69 2008.R.3-365 Kairuan, Inner Court of the Barbers' Mosque
Plate 60.
69 2008.R.3-366 View of the Gafsa Oasis
Plate 61.
69 2008.R.3-367 Gafsa Oasis
Plate 62.
69 2008.R.3-368 Saint's Tomb near Gafsa Oasis
Plate 63.
69 2008.R.3-369 Gafsa Oasis, Women Mourning in Cemetery
Plate 64.
69 2008.R.3-370 Tozeur Oasis, Camping Caravan
Plate 65.
69 2008.R.3-371 Tozeur Oasis
With three men and a child by a water hole. Plate 66.
69 2008.R.3-372 Tozeur Oasis
Man and boy walking down a road. Plate 67.
69 2008.R.3-373 Brook in Tozeur Oasis
Plate 68.
69 2008.R.3-374 Tozeur Oasis, City Buildings
Plate 69.
69 2008.R.3-375 Tozeur Oasis, Mosque
Plate 70.
69 2008.R.3-376 In the Nefta Oasis
Plate 71.
69 2008.R.3-377 Nefta Oasis
Man seated on cliff edge, with city in distance. Plate 72.
69 2008.R.3-378 Nefta Oasis, Saint's Tomb
Plate 73.
69 2008.R.3-379 Nefta Oasis
Camels outside city walls. Plate 74.
69 2008.R.3-380 In the Palm Wood of Nefta Oasis
Plate 75.
69 2008.R.3-381 Nefta Oasis, Clay Buildings
Exterior with group of women carrying water jugs. Plate 76.
69 2008.R.3-382 Nefta Oasis, Clay Buildings
View looking through an arch towards a rider on camel addressing a group of people. Plate 77.
69 2008.R.3-383 In the Nefta Oasis
Boys contemplating the water. Plate 78.
69 2008.R.3-384 Gazelle on the Edge of the Nefta Oasis
Plate 79.
69 2008.R.3-385 Gabès Oasis
Palm tree over stream with town in background. Plate 80.
69 2008.R.3-386 Gabès Oasis, Girl Washing
Plate 81.
69 2008.R.3-387 Gabès Oasis
Water hole. Plate 82.
69 2008.R.3-388 Market in Tripolis Oasis
Plate 83.
69 2008.R.3-389 Tripolis, General View
Plate 84.
69 2008.R.3-390 Tripolis, Street
Plate 85.
69 2008.R.3-391 Tripolis, Cemetery Mosque
Plate 86.
69 2008.R.3-392 Tripolis, Cemetery
Plate 87.
69 2008.R.3-393 Bengasi, Street Scene
Plate 88.
69 2008.R.3-394 Carthage, the Ancient Harbour
Plate 89.
69 2008.R.3-395 Carthage, Ruins of the Theatre
Plate 90.
69 2008.R.3-396 Carthage, Punic Graves
Plate 91.
69 2008.R.3-397 Roman Aqueduct near Bardo (Tunis)
Plate 92.
69 2008.R.3-398 Dougga, Temple of Caelestis
Plate 93.
69 2008.R.3-399 Dougga, Capitol
Plate 94.
69 2008.R.3-400 Dougga, Punic Mausoleum
Plate 95.
69 2008.R.3-401 Dougga, Theatre
Plate 96.
69 2008.R.3-402 Dougga, Triumphal Arch of Alexander Severus
Plate 97.
69 2008.R.3-5121 Dougga, Triumphal Arch of Septimus Severus
Plate 98.
69 2008.R.3-403 Sbeitla, Forum
Plate 99.
69 2008.R.3-404 Sbeitla, Back View of the Temple
Plate 100.
69 2008.R.3-405 Sbeitla, Temple
Plate 101.
69 2008.R.3-406 Sbeitla, Aqueduct
Plate 102.
69 2008.R.3-407 Kasserin, Mausoleum
Plate 103.
69 2008.R.3-408 El-Djem, Ampitheatre
Exterior view. Plate 104.
69 2008.R.3-409 El-Djem, Ampitheatre
Interior view. Plate 105.
69 2008.R.3-410 Timgad, General View with Trajan's Arch
Plate 106.
69 2008.R.3-411 Timgad, General View
Plate 107.
69 2008.R.3-412 Timgad, the Capitol
Plate 108.
69 2008.R.3-413 Timgad, Main Street
Plate 109.
69 2008.R.3-414 Nentwich, Max, Ruin of a Roman Bath in Algeria
Plate 110.
Lehnert & Landrock
Box
69 2008.R.3-416 Algiers, Entrance to Harbour in a Storm
Plate 111.
69 2008.R.3-417 Algiers, in the Kasbah Quarter
Street scene in shaft of light. Plate 112.
69 2008.R.3-418 Algiers, in the Kasbah Quarter
Street scene in shadow. Plate 113.
69 2008.R.3-419 Algiers, in the Kasbah Quarter
People gathered at the fountain. Plate 114.
69 2008.R.3-420 Algiers, in the Kasbah Quarter
Street scene with vegetable vendor. Plate 115.
69 2008.R.3-421 Algiers, in the Kasbah quarter
Woman walking up street steps as a man walks down them. Plate 116.
69 2008.R.3-422 Algiers, Fruit Sellers in the Kasbah Quarter
Plate 117.
69 2008.R.3-423 Algiers, Street in the Old Town
Plate 118.
69 2008.R.3-424 Algiers, a Corner of the Old Town
Plate 119.
69 2008.R.3-425 Algiers, Cleaning the Streets in the Kasbah Quarter
Plate 120.
69 2008.R.3-426 Algiers, Sidi Abderrahman Mosque
Plate 121.
69 2008.R.3-427 Algiers, Sidi Abderrahman Mosque and Cemetery
Plate 122.
69 2008.R.3-428 Algiers, Arab Women in a Cemetery
Plate 123.
69 2008.R.3-429 Algiers, Beggar
Plate 124.
69 2008.R.3-430 Algiers, Berber Girl
Plate 125.
69 2008.R.3-431 Algiers, Women at Walk
Plate 126.
69 2008.R.3-432 Oran, Mosque Fountain
Plate 127.
69 2008.R.3-433 Oran, General View
Plate 128.
69 2008.R.3-435 Hammam Meskoutin, the Hot Sources
Hammam Meskoutine hot springs. Plate 129.
69 2008.R.3-436 Nentwich, Max, Kabylia, Mountain Scenery
River gorge with bridge. Plate 130.
69 2008.R.3-437 Lehnert & Landrock, Kabylia, Mountain Scenery
Mountain road. Plate 131.
69 2008.R.3-438 Nentwich, Max, Kabylia, Mountain Scenery
River gorge. Plate 132.
69 2008.R.3-439 Lehnert & Landrock, Kabylia, Snow Landscape
Plate 133.
Nentwich, Max
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69 2008.R.3-440 An Algerian Cemetery
Plate 134.
69 2008.R.3-441 Blida, the Sacred Grove
Plate 135.
Lehnert & Landrock
Box
69 2008.R.3-442 Blida, the Chiffa Gorge
Plate 136.
69 2008.R.3-443 Constantine, the Rhummel Gorge
Two men on the floor of the gorge. Plate 137.
69 2008.R.3-444 Constantine, the Rhummel Gorge
Suspension bridge over the gorge. Plate 138.
69 2008.R.3-445 Monks with Lioness in South Oran
Plate 139.
69 2008.R.3-446 Bou Saâda Oasis
Group of people by a still stream. Plate 140.
69 2008.R.3-447 Bou Saâda Oasis, Saint's Tomb
Plate 141.
69 2008.R.3-448 Bou Saâda Oasis
Group by stream, boy sitting on wall. Plate 142.
69 2008.R.3-449 Bou Saâda Oasis, Market
Plate 143.
69 2008.R.3-450 El-Kantara Oasis
People by stream. Plate 144.
69 2008.R.3-451 El-Kantara Oasis
Men playing dominos? Plate 145.
69 2008.R.3-452 El-Kantara Oasis, Passing Caravan
Plate 146.
69 2008.R.3-453 Biskra Oasis
Plate 147.
69 2008.R.3-454 Biskra Oasis, Street Scene
Boys on donkey. Plate 148.
69 2008.R.3-455 Biskra Oasis, Street Scene
Three men standing around a donkey. Plate 149.
69 2008.R.3-456 View in the Biskra Oasis
Couple walking. Plate 150.
69 2008.R.3-457 View in the Biskra Oasis
House with palm trees. Plate 151.
69 2008.R.3-458 Biskra Oasis, Street Scene
Plate 152.
69 2008.R.3-459 Biskra Oasis, Arab Feast
Plate 153.
69 2008.R.3-460 Biskra Oasis, Bedouin Women at a Brook
Plate 154.
69 2008.R.3-461 Biskra Oasis, the Great Prayer
Plate 155.
69 2008.R.3-462 Small Caravan near Biskra Oasis
Plate 156.
69 2008.R.3-464 Sidi Okba Oasis, Tomb Mosque of the Conqueror of North Africa
Plate 157.
69 2008.R.3-465 Algerian Sahara. Camping Nomads
Plate 158.
69 2008.R.3-466 Algerian Sahara, Arrival of the "Ouled Nial"
Plate 159.
69 2008.R.3-467 Arab Cafe in an Algerian Oasis
Plate 160.
69 2008.R.3-468 Touggourt Oasis, the Market
Plate 162.
69 2008.R.3-304 Ouled Nial' Dancing Girls
Plate 161.
69 2008.R.3-469 Touggourt Oasis
Plate 163.
69 2008.R.3-470 Touggourt Oasis, Pot Market
Plate 164.
69 2008.R.3-471 Touggourt Oasis, Market
Plate 165.
69 2008.R.3-472 Temacin Oasis, Street Scene
Plate 166.
69 2008.R.3-473 Well in the Algerian Desert
Plate 167.
69 2008.R.3-474 El-Oued Oasis
Plate 168.
69 2008.R.3-475 El-Oued Oasis, General View
Plate 169.
69 2008.R.3-476 Kettle Oases in the Souf (S. Algeria)
Plate 170.
69 2008.R.3-477 A Blockhouse (Bordj) in the Algerian Desert
Plate 171.
69 2008.R.3-478 A Koran School in El-Oued
Plate 172.
69 2008.R.3-479 Nomad Camp in the Desert
Plate 173.
69 2008.R.3-480 The Desert Ocean
Plate 174.
69 2008.R.3-481 Evening in the Desert
Plate 175.
69 2008.R.3-482 Dunes
Plate 176.
69 2008.R.3-483 Worshipping in the Desert
Plate 177.
69 2008.R.3-484 Transport of Women through the Sahara
Plate 178.
69 2008.R.3-485 Saharan Children
Plate 179.
69 2008.R.3-486 A Caravan on Its Way south
Plate 180.
69 2008.R.3-487 A Mile-stone in the Desert
Plate 181.
69 2008.R.3-488 Tetuan, View of the Town from the Jewish Cemetery
Plate 182.
Photo-Flandrin
Box
69 2008.R.3-489 Tetuan, the Old Cemetery
Plate 183.
69 2008.R.3-490 Tetuan, Old City Gate
Plate 184.
69 2008.R.3-491 Tetuan, View of the Old Town
Plate 185.
69 2008.R.3-492 Tetuan, Sidi Saïda Mosque
Plate 186.
Lehnert & Landrock
Box
69 2008.R.3-493 Tangiers, View of the Town with the Aissaula Mosque
Plate 187.
69 2008.R.3-494 Tangiers, Treasure House and Tribunal
Plate 188.
Photo-Flandrin
Box
69 2008.R.3-495 Tangiers, 'Fantasia' on the Great Sokko
Plate 189.
69 2008.R.3-496 Arzila, Gateway in the Town Wall
Plate 190.
69 2008.R.3-497 Rabat, View of the Oudaya Point
Plate 191.
69 2008.R.3-498 Rabat, Storks in the Kasbah Oudaya
Plate 192.
69 2008.R.3-499 Salé (Rabat), Medersa Gate
Plate 193.
69 2008.R.3-500 Rabat, Hassan Tower
Plate 194.
69 2008.R.3-501 Volubilis, Ruins of Hadrian's Tomb
Plate 195.
69 2008.R.3-502 Moulay-Idris, General View
Plate 196.
69 2008.R.3-503 Moulay-Idris, Sultan's Sons on Pilgrimage
Plate 197.
69 2008.R.3-504 Moulay-Idris, Pilgrims' Camp
Plate 198.
69 2008.R.3-505 Fez, the "Students' Sultans"
Plate 199.
69 2008.R.3-506 Fez, General View
Plate 200.
69 2008.R.3-507 Fez, Feast before Bab Fetouh
Plate 201.
69 2008.R.3-508 Fez, Mosque of the Andalusians
Plate 202.
69 2008.R.3-509 Fez, Bab Dekakèn (Inner Side)
Plate 203.
69 2008.R.3-510 Fez, Console Frieze of an Old Building
Plate 204.
69 2008.R.3-511 Fez, Tannery in the Old Town
Plate 205.
69 2008.R.3-512 Fez, Street Scene
Plate 206.
69 2008.R.3-513 Fez, Town Wall
Plate 207.
69 2008.R.3-514 Fez, Pavilion in the University (Karaouin Mosque)
Plate 208. Title from English caption printed below image on plate 209. (The images for plates 208 and 209 are transposed.)
69 2008.R.3-515 Fez, Carpenters' Bazar
Plate 209. Title from English caption printed below image on plate 208. (The images for plates 208 and 209 are transposed.)
69 2008.R.3-516 Meknès, View of the Town
Plate 210.
69 2008.R.3-517 Meknès, the Jewellers' Lane
Plate 211.
69 2008.R.3-518 Meknès, Mosque
Plate 212.
69 2008.R.3-519 Meknès, Palace Gate (Bab Mansour)
Plate 213.
69 2008.R.3-520 Meknès, Bab Kaâ
Plate 214.
69 2008.R.3-521 Meknès, Ruins of the "Haras"
Plate 215.
69 2008.R.3-522 Mazagan, Vaults Dating from the Portuguese Occupation
Plate 216.
69 2008.R.3-523 Saffi, Crockery Market
Plate 217.
69 2008.R.3-524 Saffi, Ancient Saint's Tomb near the Town
Plate 218.
69 2008.R.3-525 Saffi, Garden Scene
Plate 219.
69 2008.R.3-526 Saffi, "Fantasia"
Plate 220.
69 2008.R.3-527 Mogador, Dunes near Town
Plate 221.
69 2008.R.3-528 Kasbah Tadia, Part View
Plate 222.
69 2008.R.3-529 Marrakech, View of the Town from Menara Park
Plate 223.
69 2008.R.3-530 Marrakech, the Chief Mosque (Kutubiya)
Plate 224.
69 2008.R.3-531 Marrakech, Kasbah Mosque
Plate 225.
69 2008.R.3-532 Marrakech, Bab Aguenaou
Plate 226.
69 2008.R.3-533 Marrakech, Saint's Tomb next to the Kutibaya
Plate 227.
69 2008.R.3-534 Marrakech, Palms on the Town Wall
Plate 228.
69 2008.R.3-535 Marrakech, Old Bridge near the Town
Plate 229.
69 2008.R.3-536 Marrakech, on the Oued
Plate 230.
69 2008.R.3-537 Marrakech, Road in the Palm Forest
Plate 231.
69 2008.R.3-538 Marrakech, Watering Place for Cattle
Plate 232.
69 2008.R.3-539 Kasbah Goundafi (Central Atlas Mountains)
Plate 233.
69 2008.R.3-540 Azrou, (Central Atlas Mountains), Cedars
Plate 234.
69 2008.R.3-541 Tanant, Weekly Meeting in a Forest Clearing
Plate 235.
69 2008.R.3-542 Ain-Leuh (Central Atlas Mountains), Panorama
Plate 236.
69 2008.R.3-543 Ain-Leuh, Part View of the City
Plate 237.
69 2008.R.3-5113 Bou Denib (South Eastern Morocco)
Plate 238.
69 2008.R.3-5066 Touhar Pass near Taza (North Eastern Morocco)
Plate 239.
69 2008.R.3-5094 Moroccan Girl
Plate 240.
69 2008.R.3-5108 Blank page
Opposing Plate 240.
69 2008.R.3-5109 Back end papers
69 2008.R.3-5111 Back cover
Narinsky, Schlomo, 1910-1921
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58 2008.R.3-5125 In the Land of Jesus: Photogravures 1910-1921, photographs taken between 1905-1916, book printed 1921
In the Land of Jesus: Photogravures 1910-1921

Narinsky, Schlomo, In the Land of Jesus: Photogravures 1910-1921. Jerusalem: Jamal Bros., 1921. String-bound book with tan suede covers, and front cover with gilt-stamped title, containing 16 photogravures. All of the images are sepia-toned, except for numbers 4 and 6, which are gray-toned. Titles are from captions printed below images. There are some slight differences between the titles printed below the images and the titles given in the list of illustrations. Plates are signed: S. Narinsky. Jamal Bros. Blind stamp in lower right corner: Publ. & copyright by / Jamal Bros. 1921 / Jerusalem, Palestine.
58 2008.R.3-4836 Front cover
58 2008.R.3-4837 Title page
58 2008.R.3-4838 List of illustrations
58 2008.R.3-218 A General View of Bethlehem
Plate 1.
58 2008.R.3-219 Interior, Church of the Nativity
Title in list of illustrations: Interior of the Church of the Nativity. Plate 2.
58 2008.R.3-220 The Grotto of the Nativity
Plate 3.
58 2008.R.3-221 Flocks at the Shores of the Sea of Galilee
Title in list of illustrations: Sea of Galilee and Mount Arbel. Plate 4.
58 2008.R.3-222 Outlet of the Jordan from the Sea of Galilee
Title in list of illustrations: Outlet of the Jordan from the Sea of Galilee and Mountains of Gilead. Plate 5.
58 2008.R.3-223 Ain Karim, the Birth-place of St. John the Baptist
Plate 6.
58 2008.R.3-224 Fishermen
Plate 7.
58 2008.R.3-225 The Mount of Olives
Plate 8.
58 2008.R.3-226 The Original Jerusalem City Wall, North Side
Title in list of illustrations: The Jerusalem City Wall, North Side. Plate 9.
58 2008.R.3-227 The Foundations of the Tower of Antonia
Plate 10.
58 2008.R.3-228 The 2,000 Years Old Olive Trees in Gethsemany
Plate 11.
58 2008.R.3-229 The Site of the Crowning with Thorns
Plate 12.
58 2008.R.3-230 Via Dolorosa
Plate 13.
58 2008.R.3-231 Interior of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Plate 14.
58 2008.R.3-232 Emmaus
Plate 15.
58 2008.R.3-4835 The Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Plate 16.
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60 2008.R.3-5126 The Holy Land 1910-1921: Historical-Sights, photographs taken between 1910 and 1921, book printed 1921
The Holy Land 1910-1921: Historical-Sights

Narinsky, Shlomo, The Holy Land 1910-1921: Historical Sights. Jerusalem: Jamal Bros., 1921. String-bound book with green leatherette covers, and title gilt-stamped on front cover, containing ten sepia-toned photogravures. The plates are signed: S. Narinsky. Publisher's blind stamp on mounts: Publ. & copyright by / Jamal Bros. 1921 / Jerusalem Palestine. Titles are from captions printed on mounts.
60 2008.R.3-4808_53 Front cover
60 2008.R.3-4809_53 Title page
60 2008.R.3-234 The Tombs of St. James and Zacharia
Plate 1.
60 2008.R.3-235 Foundations of the Tower of Antonia
Plate 2.
60 2008.R.3-236 Gethsemany
Plate 3.
60 2008.R.3-237 David's Tower
Plate 4.
60 2008.R.3-238 Absalom's Pillar and Mary's Well
Plate 5.
60 2008.R.3-239 The Ruins of Caesarea
Plate 6.
60 2008.R.3-240 The River Jordan with Jericho in Sight
Plate 7.
60 2008.R.3-241 Mount Tabar
Plate 8.
60 2008.R.3-242 A Cemetery of Pioneers in Sichron Ja'acov
Plate 9.
60 2008.R.3-243 House of Simeon the Tanner
Plate 10.
60 2008.R.3-5127 The Holy Land 1910-1921: Dayly Life, photographed between 1910 and 1921, printed 1921
The Holy Land 1910-1921: Dayly Life

Narinsky, Shlomo, The Holy Land 1910-1921: Dayly Life. Jerusalem: Jamal Bros., 1921. String-bound book with green leatherette covers, and title gilt-stamped on front cover, containing ten sepia-toned photogravures. Plates signed: S. Narinsky. Publisher's blind stamp printed on mounts: Publ. & copyright by / Jamal Bros. 1921 / Jerusalem Palestine. Titles from captions printed on mounts.
60 2008.R.3-4810 Front cover
60 2008.R.3-4811_53 Title page
60 2008.R.3-244 The Shepherd Calling His Sheep
Plate 1.
60 2008.R.3-245 A Bedouin Girl
Plate 2.
60 2008.R.3-246 Ibn El Sioud Bedouins
Plate 3.
60 2008.R.3-247 On the Way to Jericho
Shows an European hunter shooting birds in a rocky landscape. Plate 4.
60 2008.R.3-248 The River Yarkon near Tel-Aviv
Depicts a bend in the river with a man sitting under a tree. Plate 5.
60 2008.R.3-249 Sorting His Wheat
Plate 6.
60 2008.R.3-201 Water Carriers in the Mosque of Omar Courtyard
Plate 7.
60 2008.R.3-251 A Bedouin in His Happy Mood
Plate 8.
60 2008.R.3-252 Steps Leading to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre
This is a street scene. Plate 9.
60 2008.R.3-253 A Bedouin and his Pride
A Bedouin with his herd of horses. Plate 10.
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72 Shadbolt, Cecil V., Walks in Palestine, 1894
Harper, Henry A., Walks in Palestine. London: Religious Tract Society, 1894. Leather bound book with gilt-decorated pictorial cover. Illustrated with 15 photogravures from photographs by Cecil V. Shadbolt. The photogravures were printed by Swan Electric Engraving Co. Printed beneath images: Photographed by C. V. Shadbolt. Swan Electric Engraving Co. Individual titles from list of photogravures in book.
C. V. Shadbolt was the son of the pioneering 1850's British photographer, George Shadbolt.
72 2008.R.3-5064 Front cover
Front cover, Walks in Palestine

72 2008.R.3-5065 Title page
72 2008.R.3-1957 A Bodyguard for the Journey to Jericho
A Bodyguard for the Journey to Jericho

Frontispiece.
72 2008.R.3-1958 Cecil V. Shadbolt
Cecil V. Shadbolt

72 2008.R.3-1959 Orange Groves at Jaffa
Orange Groves at Jaffa

Facing page 13.
72 2008.R.3-1960 David Street, Jerusalem
David Street, Jerusalem

Facing page 23.
72 2008.R.3-1961 Christian Street Bazaar
Christian Street Bazaar

Facing page 33.
72 2008.R.3-1962 Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem
Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

Facing page 38.
72 2008.R.3-1963 The Garden of Gethsemane
The Garden of Gethsemane

Facing page 43.
72 2008.R.3-1964 The Valley of Jehoshaphat and the Mount of Olives
The Valley of Jehoshaphat and the Mount of Olives

Facing page 49.
72 2008.R.3-1965 The Ruins of the Muristan
The Ruins of the Muristan

Facing page 60.
72 2008.R.3-1966 The Jews' Wailing Place
The Jews' Wailing Place

Facing page 81.
72 2008.R.3-1967 Solomon's Pools
Solomon's Pools

Facing page 93.
72 2008.R.3-1968 Bethlehem
Bethlehem

Facing page 98.
72 2008.R.3-1969 Rachel's Tomb
Rachel's Tomb

Facing page 108.
72 2008.R.3-1970 The Jordan
The Jordan

Facing page 113.
72 2008.R.3-1971 The Mount of Temptation near Jericho
The Mount of Temptation near Jericho

Facing page 118.
72 2008.R.3-5063 The Fountain of Elisha at Jericho
The Fountain of Elisha at Jericho

Facing page 124.
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70 2008.R.3-5138 Tristram, H. B., Scenes in the East…, book printed 1870
Scenes in the East…

Tristram, H. B., Scenes in the East: Consisting of Twelve Coloured Photographic Views of Places Mentioned in the Bible, with Descriptive Letter-press. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1870. Purple cloth covers with gilt and black decorations stamped on the front cover along with the title stamped in gilt and green. The book contains 12 colored chromolithographs after engravings made after photographs by George Wilson Bridges, Frances Frith, Albert Augustus Isaacs, James Graham, and John Cramb. Individual titles from captions printed below images.
70 2008.R.3-5054 Front cover
70 2008.R.3-5062 Title page
70 2008.R.3-2789 Isaacs, Albert Augustus, Bethlehem
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Rev. A. A. Isaacs, M. A., Photo. Printed beneath image, lower right corner: W. Dickes, Chromo. Plate 1 (facing title page).
70 2008.R.3-2786 Graham, James, Nazareth
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: J. Graham, Photo. Plate 2 (facing page C [9]).
70 2008.R.3-2787 Isaacs, Albert Augustus, River Jordan
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Rev. A. A. Isaacs, M. A., Photo. Printed beneath image, lower right corner: W. Dickes, Chromo. Plate 3 (facing page D [13]).
70 2008.R.3-2782 Graham, James, Tiberias
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: J. Graham, Photo. Plate 4 (facing page E [17]).
70 2008.R.3-2783 Graham, James, Jacob's Well
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: J. Graham, Photo. Plate 5 (facing page 21).
70 2008.R.3-2788 Isaacs, Albert Augustus, Sidon (South Side & Ancient Harbour)
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Rev. A. A. Isaacs, M. A., Photo. Plate 6 (facing page 27).
70 2008.R.3-2780 Bridges, George Wilson, Pool of Bethesda
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Rev. C. W. Bridges Phot. Plate 7 (facing page 31).
70 2008.R.3-2781 Bridges, George Wilson, Pool of Siloam
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Rev. C. W. Bridges Phot. Lithographer, printed beneath image, lower right corner: W. Dickes. Plate 8 (facing page G [33]).
70 2008.R.3-2785 Cramb, John, Jericho from S. W.
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: Cramb. Photo. Plate 9 (facing page 37).
70 2008.R.3-2784 Graham, James, Bethany
Printed beneath image, lower left corner: J. Graham, Photo. Plate 10 (facing page H [42]).
70 2008.R.3-2791 Frith, Francis, Gaza, the Old Town
Printed beneath image, lower right corner: F. Frith. Photo (Negretti & Zambra). The image was obtained from Frith's sometime publishers, Negretti & Zambra. Plate 11, (facing page 44).
70 2008.R.3-2790 Isaacs, Albert Augustus, Jaffa (Joppa)
Printed beneath image, lower right corner: W. Dickes, Chromo. Printed beneath image, lower right corner: W. Dickes, Chromo. Plate 12 (facing page 47).
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73 2008.R.3-5139 Photographer unknown, Wonderful Egypt: 48 Artistic Pictures in Heliogravure, approximately 1930
Wonderful Egypt: 48 artistic Pictures in Heliogravure.

String-bound red cloth boards with gilt illustration of the Sphinx and pyramids. Decorative front and end papers with hieroglyphic illustrations. No text; captions printed on mounts below images.
73 2008.R.3-5068 Front cover
73 2008.R.3-5118 Front endpapers
73 2008.R.3-3959 Cairo, the Sphinx Excavated with Pyramids at the Background
Caption continues: Built about 3000 B. C. The riddle in Egyptology. Plate 1.
73 2008.R.3-3961 Cairo, the Road to the Pyramids
Plate 2.
73 2008.R.3-3962 Cairo, General View of the Pyramids of Giza
Plate 3.
73 2008.R.3-3963 Cairo, the Pyramid of Kheops; the Sphinx; and the Great Temple
Plate 4.
73 2008.R.3-3964 Cairo, a Distance [sic] View of the Pyramid of Kheops
Plate 5.
73 2008.R.3-3965 Cairo, a Small Village by the Nile near the Pyramids
Plate 6.
73 2008.R.3-3966 Cairo, the Citadel
Plate 7.
73 2008.R.3-3967 Cairo, a View Showing the High Minarets of Several Mosques of Cairo
Plate 8.
73 2008.R.3-3968 Cairo, Mohamed Aly Mosque
Plate 9.
73 2008.R.3-3969 Cairo, the Citadel through Mohamed Aly Gateway
Plate 10.
73 2008.R.3-3970 Cairo, the Interior of Mohamed Aly Mosque
Plate 11.
73 2008.R.3-3971 Cairo, Sultan Hassam Mosque, and General View of Cairo
Plate 12.
73 2008.R.3-3972 Cairo, the Interior of Sultan Hassam Mosque
Plate 13.
73 2008.R.3-3973 Cairo, the Tombs of the Mamelukes at the Citadel
Plate 14.
73 2008.R.3-3974 Cairo, Bab el Fouela (the Town Gate)
Plate 15.
73 2008.R.3-3975 Cairo, El Azhar Mosque
Plate 16.
73 2008.R.3-3976 Cairo, the Interior of El Azhar Mosque
Plate 17.
73 2008.R.3-3977 Cairo, Ibrahim Agha Mosque
Plate 18.
73 2008.R.3-3978 Cairo, the Bazaars Founded in 1400 AD by Sharkas ek Khalil
Plate 19.
73 2008.R.3-3979 Cairo, General View
Plate 20.
73 2008.R.3-3980 Cairo, Obelisk of Matarieh
Plate 21.
73 2008.R.3-3981 Cairo, the Colossal Statue of Ramses II at Sakkara
Plate 22.
73 2008.R.3-3982 Cairo, the Step Pyramid of Sakkara, it is Believed to be the Oldest One
Plate 23.
73 2008.R.3-3983 Cairo, Boats Sailing on the Nile, and the Kasr el Nil Bridge
Plate 24.
73 2008.R.3-3984 Luxor, General View of the Temple of Luxor from the Nile
Plate 25.
73 2008.R.3-3985 Luxor, the Fourteen Colonades of Amen-Hotep III and the Forecourt of Rameses II
Plate 26.
73 2008.R.3-3986 Luxor, the Statue of Ramses II
Plate 27.
73 2008.R.3-3987 Luxor, General View of the Statues of Ramses II
Plate 28.
73 2008.R.3-3988 Karnak, Ptolomey Gateway and the Temple of Khonsu, God of the Moon
Plate 29.
73 2008.R.3-3989 Karnak, General View of the Great Temple of Amen-Ra and the Sacred Lake
Plate 30.
73 2008.R.3-3990 Karnak, the Beautiful Avenue of Sphinxes
Plate 31.
73 2008.R.3-3991 Karnak, the Interior of the Temple of Khonsu
Plate 32.
73 2008.R.3-3992 Thebes, Ramesseum, General View of the Temple of Rameses II
Plate 33.
73 2008.R.3-3993 Thebes, Medinet Habu, the Great Court of Rameses III
Plate 34.
73 2008.R.3-3994 Thebes, General View of Der-El-Bahari, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
Plate 35.
73 2008.R.3-3960 Thebes, the Valley of the Tombs of the Kings and the Famous Tut-Onkh-Amen Tomb
Plate 36.
73 2008.R.3-3995 Thebes, the Famous Colossus of Memnon, Representing King Amen-Hotep III
Plate 37.
73 2008.R.3-3996 Dendera, General View of the Temple of the Goddess Hathor
Plate 38.
73 2008.R.3-3997 Dendera, Interior of the Temple, the Sign of the Zodiac
Plate 39.
73 2008.R.3-3998 Abydos, Temple of Seti I, Hypostyle Hall
Plate 40.
73 2008.R.3-3999 Abydos, the King Seti I Offering before the Sacred Boat of Amen-Ra
Plate 41.
73 2008.R.3-4000 Edfu, General View of the Temple of Horus
Plate 42.
73 2008.R.3-4001 Edfu, General View of the Complet [sic] Pylon in Egypt
Plate 43.
73 2008.R.3-4002 Kôm Ombo, General View of the Temple with the Sacred Lake
Plate 44.
73 2008.R.3-4003 Kôm Ombo, the Gods Crowning the Roman Emperor
Plate 45.
73 2008.R.3-4004 Philoe, Pharoah's Bed, Kiosk of Trajan
Plate 46.
73 2008.R.3-4005 Aswan Dam, General View
Plate 47.
73 2008.R.3-4006 Abu-Simbel, General View of the Temple of Abu-Simbel
Plate 48.
73 2008.R.3-5119 Back endpapers
73 2008.R.3-5120 Back cover


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