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Found in Sakhr al-Khatib Collection, this document shows an Ottoman Permanent Lease for a piece of land in Beit Iba in 935 AD, 323 AH.
935
#Amjad Ghannām Collection
A map showing borders, roads, sacred places, topographical nature of hills, plains, slopes, natural landscape, and planting types. The map was published during the British Mandate, and was modified by the Maps and Images Service of the Israeli Military Forces in the 1940s.
August 1048
#Maḥmūd Darwīsh Yāsīn Collection
The Grand Mosque in al-Lod
1081
Handwritten in Arabic, this document shows a letter from the Mufti of Nablus Moḥammad Tuffāḥa al-Ḥusseīnī asking for permission to build a room atop one of the mosques of Nablus for the purpose of teaching the Quran. The letter bears the signature of the Mufti.
1330s
#Amjad Ghannām Collection
In 1651 De La Rue published the Holy Land in six geographical maps; the first set of maps in chronological order on a unified theme. La Rue's goal was to trace the history of the world "from the beginning to the present". The six maps include the land of Canaan; the map shown in the photo, the Exodus, the Promised Land, the Kingdom of Solomon, the Land of the Jews during Christ's Time, the Christian Patriarchate of Jerusalem, and Modern Syria under Ottoman Rule. These maps showing the ancient kingdoms of the Middle East were an addition to the atlas.
1696
This black-and-white photograph shows Palestinians in Lod in the early 19th Century.
1800s
#Amjad Ghannām Collection
1838
Taken in 1850, this black-and-white photograph shows Beitunia, Ramallah.
1850
#Saʿīd al-Ḥusseiny Collection
A black-and-white photograph of Damascus Gate, in Jerusalem in 1856, before the yard was paved.
1856
#Ziyād Yūsef Collection
A historical document, this document is an Ottman birth certificate belonging to Mr. Ali Hussain from the village of Burham born in 1859 A.D - 1275 A.H, this certificate was issued in Al-Quds Al-Sharif, the document features Ottoman stamps and postmarks.
1859
#‘abdul’azīz Maṣry Collection
Ownership certificate of a land in Salfit during the Ottoman Rule.
1870s
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows the Friends School students and staff in traditional clothing in 1929.
1870
#Tawfīq Jarrār Collection
Land deed, in the district of Jenin, dating back to the Ottoman Empire. The deed belongs to Mohammed Abdulhadi Jarrar and Tawfiq Jarrar's great grandfather.
1874
#Ziyād Yūsef Collection
A historical document, this document is an Ottman birth certificate belonging to Mrs. Khadeeja Ali Abu Kharma from the town of Kobar, she was born in 1876 A.D - 1293 A.H, this document was issued in Al-Quds Al-Sharif, the document also features Ottoman stamps and postmarks.
1876
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows Eli Jones and Charles M. Jones.
1880s
#Muṣṭafa ‘uthmān Collection
A document setting the boundaries of an Islamic waqf
1881
#Tawfīq Jarrār Collection
Land deed, in the district of Jenin, dating back to the Ottoman Empire. The deed belongs to Mohammed Abdulhadi Jarrar and Tawfiq Jarrar's great grandfather.
1883
#Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) Collection
A report published in Sawt al-Bilad magazine on the minutiae of everyday life in Ein al-Hilweh Palestinian Refugee Camp in Ramdan during the Lebanese Civil War.
1884
#‘abdallah ‘afāneh Collection
A one-page document containing a sale of land certificate in Salfit at the end of the 19th century. The land was bought by members of Afaneh family from Ahmed Al-Daghlis; both from Salfit.
1886
#Sāmya Jubrān Collection
1887
#Tawfīq Jarrār Collection
Deed for a land, planted with olive trees in Jenin District, during the Ottoman Empire.
1888
Dating back to the Ottoman Rule of Palestine, this document shows a registry deed of a piece of land in Faqqua for Ibrāhīm al-Jalghūm.
1889
Dating back to the Ottoman Rule of Palestine, this document shows a registry deed of a piece of land in Faqqua for Ibrāhīm al-Jalghūm.
1889
Dating back to the Ottoman Rule of Palestine, this document shows a registry deed of a piece of land in Faqqua for Ibrāhīm al-Jalghūm.
1889
#Donn Hutchison Collection
People at Friends School for Girls in Ramallah. Shown in the photo, Elias Odeh; first to the left, Emily Armouny (Lebanese); in the middle, and Katie Gabriel; a Lebanese who was the principal of Friends School
1889
#Donn Hutchison Collection
Friends School students with members of Quakers; Religious Society of Friends. Shown in the photo, Elias Odeh, his wife Emily, Hinna Dbainy, Issa Shahleh, and Katie Gabriel; from Lebanon
1889
Taken in 1890, this black-and-white photograph shows children next to a woman as she hand mixes flour in Ramallah.
1890
Taken in 1890, this black-and-white photograph shows men and women picking figs in Ramallah.
1890
Taken in 1890, this black-and-white photograph shows girls in Ramallah.
1890
#‘abdul’azīz Maṣry Collection
An Ottoman permanent lease of state-owned arable (Tapu) in Salfit.
1890s
#‘abdul’azīz Maṣry Collection
An Ottoman permanent lease of state-owned arable (Tapu) in Salfit.
1890s
#Nādya Mīkhāʾīl ʿabbūshy Collection
A photograph of men from Awwad Family at Dar Awwad's guesthouse. Shown right to left, Butrus Édeh, Hanna al-Qisses, Michael Hanna, Khalél Édeh, Ibrahim al-Qaisy, Khalél al-Sá', Hanna al-Az'at, Musa al-Az'at, and Issa Édeh.
1890
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows a woman reading a book at the Friends School dorm.
1890s
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows students from the Ramallah Friends School for Girls.
1890 – 1900
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows the Friends School students in traditional clothing.
1890 – 1900
#The Friends Ramallah Schools Collection
Found in the Friends School Collection, this black-and-white photograph shows the Friends School and its yard.
1890 – 1900
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