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Typed document "The Chief Industries of the American Colony, Jerusalem, at the Present Time"

Typed document "The Chief Industries of the American Colony, Jerusalem, at the Present Time"

 
 
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Typed document, file copy, 3 pp. Re work of the American Colony Photo Department and Flower Card Department; botanical collection; scripture plant sets; stone carvings; cakes and jams; bread baking; Dairy Department; Dressmaking Department; Knitting Department; Hand Weaving Department, Tailoring Department; Carpentry Shop; Silver Plating shop; Dentistry; Farm work; Teaching; Nursing; artistic and fancy work; literary and illustrating work; antiquities; and commercial items produced by the American Colony and sold at Vester & Co.--American Colony store.

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01/01/1907
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Jerusalem
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