The collection consists of 27 stereoscopic photographs depicting various locations in Jerusalem published by Underwood & Underwood
at the turn of the 20th century. The majority of the photographs come from the "Jerusalem Tour" set published in 1904.
Underwood & Underwood was founded in 1881 in Kansas by brothers Elmer and Bert Elias Underwood, and was a large publisher
of stereoscopic photographs. At the height of their success the company was producing 10 million stereoviews a year, including
boxed sets with specific themes, including education, religion, and travel.
0.42 linear feet
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