İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi Mimarlık Fakültesi Dekanı Hasan Şener'in, Taşkışla'da emekli öğretim üyelerinin kullandığı mekanların dekanlığa teslim edilmesi hakkında Nezih Eldem'e yazdığı metin - The text of Hasan Şener, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture of Istanbul Technical University, to Nezih Eldem about the delivery of the spaces used by retired faculty members in Taşkışla to the dean
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İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi Mimarlık Fakültesi Dekanı Hasan Şener'in, Taşkışla'da emekli öğretim üyelerinin kullandığı mekanların dekanlığa teslim edilmesi hakkında Nezih Eldem'e yazdığı metin - The text of Hasan Şener, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture of Istanbul Technical University, to Nezih Eldem about the delivery of the spaces used by retired faculty members in Taşkışla to the dean
Creator
Hasan Şener
Issue Date
2001-10-12
Language
Turkish
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SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/210523
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Format
Kağıt üzerine mürekkep - Ink on paper
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1
Identifier
TNEDOC015
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Nejat Eldem
Accrual Method
Nejat Eldem'in izniyle - Courtesy of Nejat Eldem

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