Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors American Colony (Jerusalem)
Ellis, William T.
The Religious Rambler
Dates 1913
Location Jerusalem
Palestine
Language English
Subjects American Colony in Jerusalem
Christian Socialism
Development
Ellis, William Thomas
Goldenthal, Maurice
Jerusalem
Manuscripts
Straus, Nathan
Title
Transcript of story "Americans Lead in Jerusalem's Progress" by "The Religious Rambler" [pseudonym of William T. Ellis]
Contributor Names
American Colony (Jerusalem)
Ellis, William T. (Author)
The Religious Rambler (Attributed name)
Created / Published
pre-publication draft, ca. August 17, 1913
Subject Headings
-  American Colony in Jerusalem
-  Christian socialism
-  Jerusalem--Development
-  Goldenthal, Maurice
-  Straus, Nathan
-  Ellis, William Thomas (1873-1950)
-  Manuscripts
-  Palestine -- Jerusalem
Genre
Manuscripts
Notes
-  Typed transcript, carbon, "Released for Publication August 17. From William T. Ellis, Swarthmore, Pa." Re the American Colony; the development of telephone, water, and transportation systems in Jerusalem; antiquities and excavation projects. 3 pp.
Medium
8 1/2" x 11"
Call Number
Part I, Box 2, Folder 12: American Colony in Jerusalem
Source Collection
American Colony in Jerusalem Collection
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mamcol.018


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