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Second Station of the Cross, Jerusalem

Second Station of the Cross, Jerusalem

Title from negative and list, Matson Collection negative numbers 14565-15108. On negative: 60. Taken either by the American Colony Photo Department or its successor the Matson Photo Service. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Second Station

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Second Station

Title from: Catalogue of photographs made by the American Colony ... 1914. Caption on negative: Second Station. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the C...

Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Caption on negative: Second Station of the Cross. Date from Matson LOT cards. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the C...

Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Caption on negative: Second Station of the Cross. Date from Matson LOT cards. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the C...

Title from: Catalogue of photographs & lantern slides ... [1936?]. Date from Matson LOT cards. Color slide LC-M305-SL2-84 was made from this negative. Gift; Episcopal Home; 1978.

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