Letters to William W. Peet on the matter of taxation, 1914
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Title
Letters to William W. Peet on the matter of taxation, 1914
Creator
Amerikan Bord Heyeti (American Board)
Description
Letters to William W. Peet regarding tax problems of buildings on the American Board properties in various stations. The correspondence contains information about pressure put by the local governments to stations in terms of heavy taxation demands after the abolition of the Capitulations.
Note
Includes official documents of tax demand and official confirmation of George E. White on the given tax in Ottoman Turkish.
Issue Date
1914-10-05
1914-10-14
Language
English
Ottoman Turkish
Coverage
Marsovan (Merzifon, Turkey), Talas (Turkey), Mardin (Turkey), Sivas (Turkey), Adana (Turkey), Tarsus (Turkey)
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/43925
Collections
Type
Format
20.5-21.3 cm; 23- 35-8 cm, Handwriting, Typescript
Number of Scanned Documents
26
Identifier
ABANEMEI055573
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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