Letter of the Prefecture Supervisor of the Primary Schools of Irakliou to the President of the Muslim Community concerning the complaints of the Directors of the first and second Muslim schools for the lack of space at the building covering their needs.
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Title
Letter of the Prefecture Supervisor of the Primary Schools of Irakliou to the President of the Muslim Community concerning the complaints of the Directors of the first and second Muslim schools for the lack of space at the building covering their needs.
Description
The other letter of the Directory of the Ewkaf of Irakliou accepting the problems related to the school building and asking that the Prefecture supports the construction of a new school by offering timber.
Issue Date
1900-03-07
1900-03-09
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54650
Collections
Type
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
ACIEVPR00113
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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