Leasing auction concerning a residence of the Administration of Irakliou Muslim Foundations In the City of Irakliou, former Muslim school, on Moukabelaji Street, Vezir Quarter, from 1916/ 1332 to 1918/ 1334 fortified to Aposvolas (?) for 10 dr.
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Title
Leasing auction concerning a residence of the Administration of Irakliou Muslim Foundations In the City of Irakliou, former Muslim school, on Moukabelaji Street, Vezir Quarter, from 1916/ 1332 to 1918/ 1334 fortified to Aposvolas (?) for 10 dr.
Description
The Director of Irakliou Administration of the Muslim Foundations Mehmet Halatsakis states that he ownes a residence in Irakliou the incomes from which are 120 dr. per year. the residence fortified to Georgion Apostolaki for 10 dr. per month
Issue Date
1916-07-10
1916-08-21
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52631
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVPR00527
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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