Letter to Jane L. Raisin from her husband, Jacob S. Raisin, regarding his travels abroad. The letter, sent from Jerusalem, describes Raisin's joy in receiving letters from home, his first days in Jerusalem, visiting The Wall and other historic and religious places around the city, meeting other rabbis and "Miss Szold," and being home sooner than expected.
Black-and-white engraving of the Tomb of Absalom in Jerusalem. After a drawying by Luigi Mayer. From A series of twenty-four views illustrative of the Holy Scriptures, published London: R. Bowyer & M. Parkes.
Letter sent from Jacob S. Raisin regarding his travels abroad. The letter describes his time in Jerusalem, meeting a Jewish composer referred to as "Mr. Binder," visiting The Wailing Wall, meeting with other rabbis, seeing an orphanage, and travelling to Tel-Aviv.