Founded 1888 to carry the gospel to the Moors, Jews, Arabs and Berber tribes of South Morocco and the regions beyond. Work included preaching the gospel, medical work, missions to women and children, itineration and scripture distribution
University of California, Santa Barbara - Davidson Library
25 4.75 x 7 in. black and white photographs, with handwritten captions in French on the backs, taken of Fez, Meknes, Rabat, and Mechra Bel Ksiri, Morocco. mages include street scenes with men, women, and children;city walls and arches; a cemetery; views of and entrance to a mosque; markets and various shops and artisans, including weavers, wood carvers, pottery and produce shops; washerwomen; donkeys; market in Place el-Hedim, Meknes; a New Year's celebration and game in Rabat; and a man with a dancing bear in Mechra Bel Ksiri. Photos are all stamped with "Les Archives Photographiques d'Art et d'Histoire, Paris.".
Consists of manuscript cards comprising a bibliography of works on Morocco -- It has an alphabetical arrangement by individual authors, titles, and subjects, and includes books, periodical articles, monographs, etc