Ali Saim Ülgen'in Irak Vakıflar Müdürlüğü'ne yazdığı mektuplar. - Ali Saim Ülgen's letters to the Iraq Directorate of Foundations
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Title
Ali Saim Ülgen'in Irak Vakıflar Müdürlüğü'ne yazdığı mektuplar. - Ali Saim Ülgen's letters to the Iraq Directorate of Foundations
Creator
Ali Saim Ülgen
Description
21.01.1958 tarihli, 1360 sayılı yazıdan bahsediyor. Melik Faysal Camii, İmam-ı Azam Camii onarımı ve masraflar hakkında mektuplar - Talks about the 1360th article dated 01/21/1958. Letters about the restoration of the Melik Faysal Mosque and the Imam-ı Azam Mosque, and their expenses.
Note
Kağıt üzerine mavi mürekkep - Blue ink on paper
Language
Arabic
Ottoman Turkish
Coverage
Bağdat, Irak - Baghdad, Iraq
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/69097
Collections
Type
Format
Muhtelif - Various, El yazısı, baskı - Handwriting, baskı
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
TASUDOC0885
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
Ali Saim Ülgen Ailesi - Ali Saim Ülgen Family
Accrual Method
Donation

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