Photograph is in a book with a description beneath ; printed description: "(Genesis, xxviii: 12.)--This is supposed to be
the place where Jacob tarried all the night and where he dreamed and 'behold a ladder set up upon the earth with its top reaching
to heaven, and where the angels of God ascended and descended upon it.' The bed was earth, the raised pillow stones, Whereon
poor Jacob rests his head, his bones, Heaven was his canopy, the shades of night Were his drawn curtains to exclude the light.
Who would not sleep on such a bed, With stony pillow for his head, If they might dream with thee, Whose glad dreaming is no
seeming, Nor whose sleeping ends in weeping, And whose waking is no breaking Of the bright reality. Bethel is on the road
from Jerusalem, and along this way our Savior often walked." Copyright year and photographer's name are printed at the bottom
of the photograph, along with "Franklin Co Eng-Chi."
A white tent is set up on a hillside and people are seated on the ground in the surrounding area; buildings can be seen on
the hillside in the background