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Relief map of Palestine by the Pal. Ex. Soc.--vertical scale 31/2 times greater than horizontal
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03294cgm a2200349 u 4500
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325995
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20160509160344.0
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110211e1905 xx nnn i|eng u
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__|a  (CAJSImage)[system control number to record digital location]
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__|a  517UND/BA7
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2_|a  Underwood & Underwood |4  Photographer
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00|a  Relief map of Palestine by the Pal. Ex. Soc.--vertical scale 31/2 times greater than horizontal |h  [Graphic]
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1_|a  The Life of Christ Through the Stereoscope
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__|c  1905.
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__|a  1 stereoscopic card : |b  albumen ; |c  15.4 x 8.1 cm ( 6 x 3.25 in).
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__|a  Stereoscopic cards were originally housed in a box which looks like two books; the box is labeled "The Life of Christ Through the Stereoscope" and each of the "books" is marked either "Volume I" or "Volume II" and "Underwood & Underwood" ; the card is numbered at the bottom with its location (7) in the box and with the photographic number (3186) ; the publisher's name and locations (New York, London, Toronto-Canada, and Ottawa-Kansas) are listed on the left side of the card; "Works and Studios" for "Sun Sculpture" is printed on the right end of the card with their locations (Arlington and Westwood, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.); and the title and copyright date (1905) are printed at the bottom of the card; "U80787" beneath the title; a book entitled, "The Travel Lessons on the Life of Jesus" by William Byron Forbush (Second Edition, Revised; published by Underwood & Underwood, 1905) accompanies the stereoscopic cards
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__|a  A relief map with little numbered flags lies on a large table; in the upper left corner of the map there's a description
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__|a  1
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__|a  Printed : "The map we see here was modeled from charts prepared by the Palestine Exploration Society, but in order to render important points easily distinguishable, the vertical scale was made three and a half times as great as the horizontal scale. The numbered markers identify the following-named places:-- 1. Hebron. 2. Bethlehem. 3. Jerusalem. 4. Mizpah. 5. Bethel. 6. Jericho. 7. Joppa. 8. Ebal and Gerizim. 9. Samaria. 10. Dothan. 11. Esdraelon (Plain of), 12. Gilboa, Mountains of (at Jezreel). 13. Bethshan. 14. Mt. Tabor. 15. Nazareth. 16. Carmel (Elisha's Altar). 17. Tiberias. 18. Mt. Beatitudes. 19. Capernaum. 20. Bethsaida Julius. 21. Tyre. 22. Sidon. 23. Dan. 24. Caesarea Philippi. 25. Mt. Hermon. 26. Damascus. 27. Jerash. 28. Jabbok. 29. Nebo ( Moab Range). [new paragraph] From the Travel Lessons on the life of Jesus and Travel Lessons on the Old Testament by William Byron Forbush, Ph.D., published by Underwood & Underwood." The title, "Relief Map of Palestine," is printed in six languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch, and Greek.
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__|a  Good
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__|a  [scanning note]
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20|a  Palestine Exploration Fund
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_4|a  Relief map
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_0|a  Israel
_0|a  Syria
_0|a  Lebanon
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__|4  Provenance |g  Sotheby's |d  1981/03/27
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2_|a  Underwood & Underwood |4  Publisher
2_|a  Holy Land Image Collection
2_|a  Lenkin Photo Image Collection
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0_|t  CAJS Image Collection |g  BA |l  UND |m  517 |n  BA7
0_|t  The Lenkin Family Collection of Photography, University of Pennsylvania Libraries

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Category: Relief Map
Year: 1905
Creator: Underwood & Underwood
Physical description: stereoscopic card
Title: Relief map of Palestine by the Pal. Ex. Soc.--vertical scale 31/2 times greater than horizontal