Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Posters listing rules and regulations, and locations of polling places for local elections. Most were issued by local election councils in Jerusalem
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Posters, flyers, and pamphlets issued by various synagogues, mainly in Jerusalem. They include schedules for services, requests for donations, and rules for proper behavior in the synagogue
Yeshiva University - Mendel Gottesman Library
Posters relating to religious, political, social and economic issues in Jerusalem. Organizations and groups putting out the posters include Neṭure ḳarta, Agudat Israel, ʻEdah ha-ḥaredit, Mizrachi, Lubavitch and Ḳeren ha-yishuv. Topics, groups and individuals discussed in the posters include Zionism, Ṿaad ha-leʼumi, ritual slaughter, a storekeepers' strike, and R. Josef Zevi Duschinsky. Types of posters include death notices, appeals for charity, announcements of meetings and speeches, announcements of opening of registration at trade and vocational schools and advertisements for religious goods and services
University of Oregon
Albumin prints, probably taken in the late 19th century, showing views of Palestine with Biblical significance, primarily in Jerusalem and Bethlehem; there are also a few prints of Beirut and Tangier. Structures photographed include chapels, sepulchres, tombs, a mosque, and the wailing wall
State Library of Queensland
One diary, one travel journal, one souvenir album
Fisk University,-- Fisk University Library and Media Center,-- The Special Collections
The collection consists of the papers of Mrs. Myers who, after the death of her husband in 1927, insisted on being addressed at Mrs. James A. Myers -- Materials include personal and general correspondence; contracts; bills; receipts; itineraries; photographs (.5 linear ft.); news clippings; reviews; memorabilia; sheet music scored by Mrs. Myers, Margaret Bonds, S. Coleridge Taylor, and others; and manuscript, "Mrs. Myers and the Jubilee Singers" by Louise Davis. Correspondents include Cordell Hull, Hall Johnson, and Thor Johnson. Photographic subjects include Ralph Bunche, Wisconsin Governor Thompson, Carnegie Hall, Cincinnati Symphony, Jerusalem, Luxembourg, New Delhi, India, Paris, France, and Vienna, Austria
University of Manitoba - Elizabeth Dafoe Library
Digital collection consisting of 16 photographs
Massachusetts Historical Society
Papers of Ardith Perry Todd (later Dunlap) of North Attleboro, Mass., who served in the recreational department of the American Red Cross during World War II. Todd worked at the 19th, 26th, and 38th Field Hospitals in Persia (Iran) and Egypt. The collection consists primarily of correspondence, including letters from Todd to her mother Martha Perry Todd, 1943-1945; letters to Todd from Wendell M. Rogers, an artist in Chatham, Mass., 1939-1945; and other personal correspondence. Letters from Todd describe her daily activities; social life; financial matters; problems with mail delivery and censorship; items sent back and forth; and visits to Tehran (Iran), Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Damascus (Syria), Italy, and other places. Letters from Rogers relate to his work as an artist, appointments with Todd, his feelings for her, and their relationship. Letters from soldiers, their wives, and other Red Cross workers thank Todd for her work and share news of mutual friends. Correspondents include ... Read More
Getty Research Institute
The album contains views of sites in Palestine and Lebanon. Over half of the photographs are signed by or attributed to Bonfils; the album also includes six photochroms by Photoglob Co., one image by Lékégian, and several photographs by unknown photographers


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