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dc.contributor.authorRafael Tuck & Sons, Ltd.
dc.coverage.spatialAlexandria (Egypt) 2006-10-31T23:42:56Z 2006-10-31T23:42:56Z 1906
dc.identifier.citation Rafael Tuck & Sons, Ltd.. "Mosque on the Mahmousdieh Canal, Alexandria." (1906) Rice University:
dc.description front: "Mosque on the Mahmoudieh Canal, Alexandria" ; back: "Raphael Tuck & Sons' 'OILETTE' 'PICTURESQUE EGYPT.' [Regd.] Postcard 7203. ART PUBLISHERS TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING & QUEEN : TUCK'S POST CARD : The Mahmoudieh Canal connects Alexandria with the Rosetta portion of the Nile, and has increased the commercial prosperity of Alexandria during recent years. This ancient city, founded by Alexander the Great, was at one time one of the most learned and wealthy cities of the world."
dc.description.abstract Man, children, and bull standing on a barge in foreground; Mosque with minaret in background
dc.language.iso eng
dc.publisher Rice University
dc.relation.IsPartOf Raphael Tuck & Sons. "Oilette" series, "Pictaresque Egypt." Postcard 7203.
dc.relation.IsPartOfSeries Forms part of the Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA)
dc.relation.IsReferencedByResearch module: Places in Egypt,
dc.rights This material is in the public domain and may be freely used.
dc.subject.otherPlaces & Architecture
Travel & Transportation
dc.title Mosque on the Mahmousdieh Canal, Alexandria
dc.digitization.specifications 600dpi; 24 bit color; tiff
dc.source.original Original postcard: "Mosque on the Mahmousdieh Canal, Alexandria." (Raphael Tuck & Sons). 5.5"x 3.5". From the collection of Dr. Paula Sanders, Rice University.
dc.contributor.funder Funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and Rice University's Computer and Information Technology Institute (CITI). 2006 1906? EgyV6_05_08
dc.type.genre postcards
dc.type.dcmi StillImage
dcterms.accessRights public domain

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    This collection contains book illustrations, postcards, stereocards, photographs, and ephemera related to travel in the Middle East, primarily Egypt.

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