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teristics, dear to “ the fanatic in things of the Past ” are dying or dead, for the New in which they are powerless to be born, I count it a special privilege to take my small share in the duty of recording thoughts, customs and feelings which, in the main regarded as unproductive and therefore useless, are dear to the few who still have idle tears to shed for the days that are no more.
A. M. SPOER.
The photographs in this book were for the most part taken by Dr. Spoer. If I have unwittingly included any kindly given by friends or bought from Raad, the Arab photographer, or Vester, the German photographer, in Jerusalem, I beg to express my acknowledgements.