CollectionFlorence, ca. 1910 33 photographs. | Medici mortuary chapel and other monuments; fish market; synagogue on the Via Farini; general views of the city; etc. Baptistery, Ponte Vecchio.
- Contributor: Riggs, Arthur Stanley
- Date: 1910
CollectionArt of Israel: twenty reproductions Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 20 items ; color. | Landscapes, portraits, village scenes, still life, etc. by several artists. Staircase in old Jerusalem, mosque at Acre, synagogue interior, Sea of Galilee, Arab cafe, etc.
- Date: 1951
CollectionThe Jewish community of Romania 108 photographic prints : gelatin silver, b&w ; 21 x 26 cm. | Includes portraits of adults and children engaged in a variety of activities; rabbis; elderly people in nursing homes and hospitals; kosher butchers; interior and exterior views of synagogues; cemeteries, including those of Nazi death camp and pogrom victims; monuments and memorials relating to World War II; community centers; Hebrew schools; prayers...
- Contributor: Serotta, Edward
- Date: 1985
CollectionHistoric buildings in or near Newport, R.I. Catalog Record - Electronic Resource Available 17 photos ; 8 x 10 in. | Redwood Library, Whitehorse Tavern, artillery company armory, Touro synagogue, gate to the Jewish cemetery, Friends meeting house, old stone mill, etc. Also, Hunter, Lillebridge and Vernon residences.
- Contributor: Hopf, John T.
- Date: 1960
Photo, Print, DrawingNew York, N.Y. August, 1942. Jewish residents on the Lower East Side of Manhattan 19 photographic prints. | Photographs show Jewish residents on Lower East Side of Manhattan. Kosher wine, weaving and printing shops. Shop where religious articles are sold. Fish market. Street vendor, Rabbi, small boys on synagogue steps.
- Contributor: Collins, Marjory - United States. Office of War Information
- Date: 1942
Photo, Print, DrawingViews of Baltimore, Maryland 55 photographic prints ; 18 x 23 cm. | Photographs show waterfront, churches, synagogue, Johns Hopkins Hospital and University, monuments, office buildings, court house, squares and parks, armory, markets, oyster luggers, stevedores, high views of the railroad stations and yards, etc.
- Contributor: Detroit Publishing Co.
- Date: 1898
Photo, Print, DrawingBenton Harbor, Michigan. July, 1940. The House of David, a religious community, established in 1903 on the southeast bank of Lake Michigan 12 photographic prints. | Photographs show the House of David, a religious community, established in 1903 on the southeast bank of Lake Michigan. Rabbi in synagogue. Chemical laboratory, carpenter shop, blacksmithy, bakery. Tourist cabins owned by the sect. Portraits of male members of the community who are easily distinguished by their long hair and beards.
- Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Vachon, John
- Date: 1940
Photo, Print, DrawingColchester, Conn. October-November, 1940. Jewish community of part-time farmers and small businessmen in western Connecticut 64 photographic prints. | Photographs show Jewish community of part-time farmers and small businessmen in western Connecticut. Views of the town, main street, common, library, stores and small coat factory, most of whose employees live and in addition work on nearby farms. Synagogues. Rabbi, also teaching in Hebrew school. Tavern on a rainy day. Armistice Day parade. Portraits.
- Contributor: United States. Farm Security Administration - Delano, Jack
- Date: 1940
Photo, Print, DrawingNew York, N.Y. June 6, 1944. Religious services and public reactions on the day U.S. troops landed in France (D-Day) 77 photographic prints. | Photographs show religious services and public reactions on the day U.S. troops landed in France (D-Day). Times Square. Rally at Madison Square. Noon Mass at St. Vincent de Paul's Church, Talmud Torah Emunath Israel (Jewish synagogue on W. 23rd St.). Seven o'clock Mass at Lady Chapel, St. Patrick's Cathedral. L'Ecole maternelle francais (Pre-school age children). Blood plasma center. Crowds.
- Contributor: United States. Office of Coordinator of Information. Foreign Information Service - Maclaugharie - Hollem, Howard R. - Meyer, Edward - United States. Office of War Information. Picture Division
- Date: 1944
CollectionPrague, Czechoslovakia, 1943-44 383 photographic prints ; 18 x 24 cm. or slightly smaller. | 7 photographic prints ; 9 x 18 cm. | Black and white photographs show exterior and interior views and details of buildings and monuments of historical and artistic interest in Prague, ca. 1944. Includes views of churches and palaces, interior and exterior views and details of sculpture and stone work. Includes views...
- Contributor: Geiges, Leif - Wolff, Kurt,, Dlc - Führerauftrag Monumentalmalerei - Cürlis, Peter - Schmidt-Glassner, Helga
- Date: 1943
CollectionStereograph views of Palestine, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, and the Sinai 248 photographic prints on stereo cards : stereograph, albumen ; 18 x 9 cm. | Photographs show general views of cities, towns, and villages; daily life and occupations in urban and agricultural settings; prominent monuments and landmarks; archaeological sites and ancient buildings; the landscape and the natural environment; and religious rites and processions in places in Palestine (present day Israel and the West Bank),...
- Contributor: Kilburn, W. - Kilburn, W. (Benjamin West)
- Date: 1891
CollectionStereograph views of Palestine, Lebanon, and Syria 526 photographic prints on stereo cards : stereograph, gelatin silver ; 18 x 9 cm. | Photographs show general views of cities, towns, and villages; daily life and occupations in urban and agricultural settings; prominent monuments and landmarks; archaeological sites and ancient buildings; the landscape and the natural environment; and religious rites and processions in places throughout Palestine (present day Israel and the West...
- Contributor: Jarvis, J. F. (John F.) - Jarvis, J. F. - Underwood & Underwood
- Date: 1896
Photo, Print, DrawingDiary in photos, vol. I, 1934-1935 1 album (176 photographic prints) ; 26 x 15 cm. (album) | Photographs show John D. Whiting's trips around the Middle East region in 1934 and 1935. Whiting, a member of the American Colony in Jerusalem, worked as a tour guide, businessman, writer, and photographer. Photographs include locations in Palestine (present-day Israel, the West Bank, and the Gaza Strip), Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Turkey....
- Contributor: Matson, G. Eric (Gästgifvar Eric) - Whiting, John D. (John David)
- Date: 1934
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