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Title Travelogue 1927 : photographs by Luciano Morpurgo in Mandatory Palestine / edited by Gabriele Borghini, Simonetta Della Seta, Daniela Di Castro
contributions by Massimo Acanfora Torrefranca [et al.]
[translations, Visions of the Land et al.].
Co-Author Borghini, Gabriele
Publisher Roma : U. Bozzi
Creation Date 2001
Genre Exhibition catalogs
Notes Catalogue of the exhibition held at the Israel Museum, Jerusalem - Ticho House, March-June 2001.
At head of title: Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities of Italy, Central Institute for Documentation and Cataloguing, Rome.
Title of the Italian edition: Palestina 1927 nelle fotografie di Luciano Morpurgo.
Bibliography: p. 287-293.
Format 293 pages : chiefly ill. (some color), facsims., ports
28 cm.
Language Italian
Identifier ISBN8870030342
System Number 990022545670205171

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