Hadjin, Turkey, Oct. 17, 1907.
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Title
Hadjin, Turkey, Oct. 17, 1907.
Description
A photo of an old man and a letter written from Rev. Lambert, dated 1907-10-07, Hadjin to Mr. W. W. Peet, Constantinople. The letter tells that some time ago Mr. Martin gave Rev. Lambert 'Gospel of Mothers' to be read for blind people there. Mr. Chambers was in Hadjin and told Rev. Lambert to contact Mr. Peet to take an advice on that issue. A poor beggar, brother of the pastor, read the book and pleaded for another Gospel. He asked how it could be obtained, as well as he enclosed the photo of the brother to show what the blind looked like.
Issue Date
1907-10-07
Language
English
Coverage
Hadjin (Saimbeyli, Turkey)
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/43857
Collections
Type
Format
8.9-14 cm, Print, black&white
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
ABAHADN014
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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