In 1904, A. E. Breen studied for one year at the Biblical School at Jerusalem. During that year, Breen took hundreds of photos and kept a journal of the people, places, and things he encountered. A Diary of My Life in the Holy Land is the fruit of that year. This exciting early 20th-century travelogue contains over 300 photographs of Breen's journey through the lands of the Bible.
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Arthur Edward Breen was born in Amity, New York in 1863. Ordained in 1893, Breen was the rector of St. Patrick's Church in Mount Morris, New York, and Professor of Exegesis and Hebrew at St. Bernard's Theological Seminary.