Transfer 145. From A to B. Index No. 66. Bos to Boz
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Title
Transfer 145. From A to B. Index No. 66. Bos to Boz
Creator
American Board. Office of the Treasurer
Description
Primarily includes correspondence to William Peet from Dorinda Bowman of the United Orphanage & Mission about money orders, cheques, receipts and supplies. İncludes a letter (Hadjin, 1910 Oct 26) with information about the society.
Note
A note from Arthur C. Boyce (Lucerne, 1910 July 23) explaining his delays while traveling, due to quarantine he is unable to enter Constantinople through Russia. A letter from Stephen Trowbridge (Ourfa, 1910 Nov 16) accuses a Hussein Paşa of buying the government and collecting taxes twice from primarily Arab villages. The Arabs tried to defend themselves in court but to no use. He belives that since Hussein Paşa is trying to take advantage that the previous missionary, Corinna Shattuck, has left. Trowbridge calls Hussein Paşa "the rich Turk," a "Kurdish lord of the worst type," and a "flagrant prince of old fashioned Turkish oppression." He also states that is the case is turned toward the station, he will bring the case before the American consul and embassy. İncludes a letter to Dr. Bowen (Constantinople, 1911 Jan 23) about property he wished to purchase in Costantinople and attached is a letter acknowledging the receipt from P. Peckover for the same property (Cambridge, 1910 Dec 12). An undated note to Peet mentions his large photograph collection of Egypt (F. P. Bowen)
Issue Date
1910-07-23
1911-03-29
Language
English
Coverage
Hadjin (Saimbeyli, Turkey), London (England), Brussels (Belgium)
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/199107
Collections
Type
Format
28,7-30,6 cm, Handwritten, Typescript
Number of Scanned Documents
37
Identifier
ABAITD145BOS
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
United Church of Christ (UCC), American Research Institute in Turkey (ARIT), SALT Research
Accrual Method
On deposit at SALT Research from UCC and ARIT

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