The land and its people : an album of original photographs of Israel, dedicated to those who have helped.
View of the city of Lydda and its mosque and minaret
Lydda: -Palestine in 1860 : Series of Photographic Views Taken Expressly for this work by John Cramb, Photographer to the Queen, with Descriptive Letterpress by the Rev. Robert Buchanan, D.D.
Palestine in 1860 : Series of Photographic Views Taken Expressly for this work by John Cramb, Photographer to the Queen, with Descriptive Letterpress by the Rev. Robert Buchanan, D.D.
William Collins, Glasgow
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page of information about the photograph follows
matte with photograph attached does not match the size of the rest of the book
Contract Pennsylvania University 02072012
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22 x 16.5 cm ( 8.75 x 6.125 in)..
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