Karikatür,Araba kullanan bereli çocuk ve polis. (Le Rire isimli mizah gazetesinden kopya olmalı.) - Caricature, Boy with a beret driving and the policeman. (Must be a copy from the satirical journal Le Rire)
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Title
Karikatür,Araba kullanan bereli çocuk ve polis. (Le Rire isimli mizah gazetesinden kopya olmalı.) - Caricature, Boy with a beret driving and the policeman. (Must be a copy from the satirical journal Le Rire)
Creator
Sabiha Rüştü Bozcalı
Description
Kağıt üzerine mürekkep, suluboya, 22,1X16,4 cm, eski yazıyla Le Rire gazetesinde çıkmıştır notu var. - Ink, watercolor on paper, 22,1X16,4 cm, there is a note in Ottoman Turkish as Published in Le Rire (magazine) .
Note
Le Rire yazılı. Lekeler belirgin. - Le Rire is written. Stains are visible.
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Coverage
Erken 20. yüzyıl/Tarih belirtilmemiş -Early 20th century/ Date not specified
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/6107
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1
Identifier
SRBDS0475
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Tlabar Ailesi - Tlabar Family
Accrual Method
Bağış - Donation

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