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The Artas Folklore Center has a permanent exhibit of some of the photos of Hilma Granqvist, the Swedish/Finnish Anthropologist who studied the lives of the villagers from cradle to grave. It is fun to guess which child in the photo is the grandfather of a villager in the room. Several people have submitted vintage photos of Artas to Palestine-family.net, notably Turathuna of Bethelehem University and Fadi Abu Aqleh. There are a few samples below. All text as in original submission.
A Village Leader in Artas
The Village leader in Artas is wearing a bulky turban of ghabani silk, as befits his age and rank submitted by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 21.07.2006
Old water collection system near the village of Artas south of Bethlehem.
No date.Al Quds Newspaper, 2009.
submitted by Fadi Abu Akleh on 25.01.2010 Copyright (2010) Fadi Abu Akleh
Families traveling from the village of Artas south of Bethlehem, to Bethlehem (a few kilometers).
No date.Al Quds newspaper, 2009. submitted by Fadi Abu Akleh on 25.01.2010
A man and a woman picking grapes in Artas, 1925-31.
Photo: Hilma Granqvist."
submitted by Turathuna Bethlehem University on 03.11.2006
Copyright (2006) Turathuna Bethlehem University