It having been decided last year by the Committee of our Society that an examination should be made of the Jews’ houses still standing in the ancient city of Lincoln, a grant was voted for this purpose, and they invited me to undertake the work. I wTish they had selected some one better able to do this than myself, for you would then have had a fuller account than I have furnished. I was unable to attempt the task last year, but started on it this August. I had previously visited Lincoln several times, and you may remember I have had the pleasure of showing you some of my photographs taken there. This time I have taken for the Society much larger views, including one or two which, though not intimately connected with the Jewish houses, yet were constantly before the eyes of the resident Jews of the pre-expulsion period.

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