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The Bible House, N.Y.

Bible House.

The Bible House, N.Y.

Bible House.

Bible House, N.Y.

Bible House.

Bible House.

Bible House.

Bible House.

The Bible House, 4th Avenue, N.Y.

Bible House, N.Y.

O. D. Hammond and a Bible class from Pres. church, Cuba, N.Y., Rushford Gorge.

The Bible House - Cooper Institute - Tompkins Market

Bible House, Cooper Institute, and Clinton Hall.

The "Adam and Eve," Old Chelsea.

New Bible House.

The outlet of Wâdy Nagb Buderah, in the Seih Sidreh. The Acacia seyal is the shittah or shittim tree of the Bible. The "seyal" is the only timber tree of any size in the Arabian desert.

The Dead Sea, looking north-east from Engedi. Anciently called the Salt Sea and the Sea of the Plain. The name Dead Sea, now so familiar, does not occur in the Bible ; it was adopted by Greek and Roman writers in the second century of our era. The Arabs call this sea Bahr Lût (Sea of Lot.)

Wâdy Amârah. Of Wâdy Amârah, some forty miles away from Ayún Músa, Professor Palmer says, 'There is no other water but this (at Bir Abu Suweirah, twelve miles distant) in or near Wâdy Amârah.' A proof that this wâdy is not to be identified with the Marah of the Bible.

The springs in Wâdy Gharandel, probably the "Elim" of the Bible.

The Tower of Bible, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

The Tower of Bible, Garden of the Gods, Colorado, U.S.A.

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

What Eve said to Adam

A representative of the New York Bible Society distributing bibles and religious literature to the emigrants at Ellis Island, New York City

American Bible Society

American Bible Society

American Bible Society

American Bible Society

Judgement

Reading the Bible in the "storefront" Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois.

Rev. Mrs. J. H. Vigal of Buffalo, N.Y., arm raised, holding Bible.

Bible House, Astor Place, Ninth Street, Third and Fourth Avenues