Manuscripts/Mixed Material Brochure from the School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking, American Colony Aid Association, Jerusalem

Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors American Colony (Jerusalem)
American Colony Aid Association
School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking
Dates 1930
Location Jerusalem
Palestine
Language English
Subjects American Colony School of Handicraft
Anna Spafford Baby Home
Commercial Enterprise
Development
Employment
Jerusalem
Lacemaking
Leaflets
Manuscripts
Maps
Marriage
Palestine
Palestinian Girls
Women
Title
Brochure from the School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking, American Colony Aid Association, Jerusalem
Contributor Names
American Colony (Jerusalem)
American Colony Aid Association (Publisher)
School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking (Associated name)
Created / Published
The Commercial Press, Printer, Jerusalem, Palestine, ca. 1930
Subject Headings
-  Palestine--Lacemaking
-  American Colony School of Handicraft
-  Palestine--Women--Employment
-  Anna Spafford Baby Home--Jerusalem
-  Jerusalem--Development--Commercial enterprise
-  Palestinian girls--Marriage
-  Lacemaking
-  Manuscripts
-  Leaflets
-  Maps
-  Palestine -- Jerusalem
Genre
Manuscripts
Leaflets
Maps
Notes
-  Tri-fold illustrated flyer for the School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking, American Colony Aid Association, Jerusalem. Printed document. Text regarding the purposes and activities of the school, with one-paragraph mention of the Anna Spafford Baby Home.
-  Includes print map of Jerusalem showing Russian compound, Valley of Hinnom, Kidron Valley, Mount of Olives and Old City Jerusalem, etc., with numbered list of locations of fifty buildings, historical sites, hotels, churches, and gates to the Old City, etc., keyed to the map. Identified sites include the American Colony, the American Colony Store, the American Colony School of Handicrafts and Dressmaking, and the Anna Spafford Baby Home.
-  Includes (on cover) one black & white photograph of women making lace out in an open landscape, and (interior page) one black & white photograph of samples of Palestine Point lace products (runner, placemat and napkins).
Medium
flyer 9 1/4" x 4 1/2" closed
Call Number
Part I, Box 3, Folder 1: American Colony in Jerusalem
Source Collection
American Colony in Jerusalem Collection
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mamcol.053


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