Beyoğlu 1. Mıntıka Tapu Sicil Muhafızı H. Hafiz Aykon tarafından İstanbul Vali ve Belediye Başkanlığı'na gönderilen dilekçe - Petition sent by Beyoğlu First Region Land Registrar H. Hafiz Aykon to İstanbul Governor and Mayoralty
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Beyoğlu 1. Mıntıka Tapu Sicil Muhafızı H. Hafiz Aykon tarafından İstanbul Vali ve Belediye Başkanlığı'na gönderilen dilekçe - Petition sent by Beyoğlu First Region Land Registrar H. Hafiz Aykon to İstanbul Governor and Mayoralty
Creator
H. Hafiz Aykon
Description
Karaköy Meydan çalışmaları sebebiyle yıkılacak olan Borsa Han'ın üzerindeki hacizlerin kaldırılmasıyla ilgili yazı - An article about the removal of the impoundments on the Borsa Han, which will be demolished due to work in Karaköy Meydan
Issue Date
1951-05-23
1951-05-30
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Karaköy, İstanbul
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SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/192156
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20,7-28,8 cm, El yazısı, Daktilo yazısı - Handwriting, Typewriting
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
AHANBDOC009
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Open Access
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SALT Araştırma - SALT Research
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Satın alma - Purchase

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