THE DREAM OF JERUSALEM: Lewis Larsson and the American Colony Photographers
In the summer of 1896, men, women, and children left the village of Nas in Sweden and traveled to Jerusalem to await the Second Coming of Christ. They became part of the American Colony--a nonconformist religious sect led by American Mrs. Anna Spafford. In over 320 photographs, this visual account is both an examination of this ill-fated movement, and a spotlight on the work of American Colony Photographers' Lewis (Hol Lars) Larsson. Import.
Size: 8½x10½ inches
Item #: 3598888
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