Some fantastic 100 year old glass plate photos from Ottoman Palestine have recently been published. You can check the rest and some background info here...
In the basement of a house on the Mount of Olives is a collection of 100-year-old photographs of Ottoman Palestine — published here for the first time — that document the people, sites and lifestyle of Palestine in the twilight years of Turkish rule
The photos were taken by the first director of the German Protestant Institute of Archaeology (DEIAHL), Gustaf Dalman, an eclectic early-20th century polymath who fell in love with the Holy Land and set out to catalog its inhabitants, plants, animals, sounds and way of life.
|Fatima Khatoun Mosque|
|Jordan River with Bedouin|
|Market in Bethlehem|
|Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque|