Transfer 145. From A to B. Index No. 66. Bua to Bul
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Title
Transfer 145. From A to B. Index No. 66. Bua to Bul
Creator
American Board. Office of the Treasurer
Description
Primarily includes correspondence with Mr. Peet for book and money orders.
Note
A letter from H. G. Bulbulian (Bitias, 1911 Jan 19) reports to Mr Peet about suffering in the villages of Musa Dagh and Antioch. He explains 3/400 of 1200 houses in Musa Dagh are in great need of food and clothing. Both Muslim and Christian homes in Antioch are in need.
Issue Date
1911-01-19
1911-03-25
Language
English
Coverage
Sussex (England), Marash (Maraş, Turkey), Bitias (Turkey)
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/199110
Collections
Type
Format
28,7-30,6 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
ABAITD145BUA
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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