Photographs are housed in a burlap-covered box which has been decorated with crewelwork with symbols and borders on four sides
and the lid; the names "Bethlehem," "Bethanie," "Nazar[eth]," and "Jerusalem" each appear on one of the four sides; a pamphlet
entitled "Souvenirs Photographiques d'un Pélerinage du Pénitence en Terre-Sainte par M. l'abbé Fromet, curé d'Angé (Loir-et-Cher)"
and a list of the mounted photographs accompanies the XBD photographs; no title appears on the matte or the photograph; handwritten
"101" on the matte refers to the number in the pamphlet
View of Jaffa from the water, showing boats tied up at the dock