Türkiye Esnaf ve Sanatkarları Konfederasyonu tarafından Ankara'daki Genel Merkez Binası önündeki alan için açılan Atatürk Anıtı Yarışması hakkında Osman Şentürk ve Nezih Eldem'in yazışmaları - The correspondences of Nezih Eldem and Osman Şentürk about the competition of Atatürk Monument held by the Turkey Confederation of Tradesmen and Artisans
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Title
Türkiye Esnaf ve Sanatkarları Konfederasyonu tarafından Ankara'daki Genel Merkez Binası önündeki alan için açılan Atatürk Anıtı Yarışması hakkında Osman Şentürk ve Nezih Eldem'in yazışmaları - The correspondences of Nezih Eldem and Osman Şentürk about the competition of Atatürk Monument held by the Turkey Confederation of Tradesmen and Artisans
Creator
Nezih Eldem, Osman Şentürk
Issue Date
1998-01-16
Language
Turkish
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/210519
Collections
Type
Format
22-32 cm, 22-30 cm, Kağıt üzerine mürekkep - Ink on paper
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
TNEDOC011
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Nejat Eldem
Accrual Method
Nejat Eldem'in izniyle - Courtesy of Nejat Eldem

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