Capturing the Holy Land M.J. Diness and the beginnings of photography in Jerusalem

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Published by Harvard Semitic Museum in Cambridge, Mass .

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  • Diness, M. J.,
  • Jerusalem -- Pictorial works.

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Statementwith contributions by Dror Wahrman, Carney Gavin, Nitza Rosovsky ; photographs printed by John Barnier from the original glass plate negatives.
ContributionsDiness, M. J., Wahrman, Dror., Gavin, Carney E. S., Rosovsky, Nitza.
LC ClassificationsDS109.2 .C37 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination111 p. :
Number of Pages111
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Open LibraryOL1168495M
LC Control Number94150515

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