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Middle East Photos | Photograph Archive: Locations in Istanbul

Locations in Istanbul


Sebah & Joaillier, ca. 1870. Negative inscribed "175. Place de Hippodrome." Albumen. Mounted. 8.5 x 10.5 inches. Acquisition number 15-85.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1870. Negative inscribed "Vue de Tresor Imp. No. 790." Albumen. Unmounted. 7.5 x 10 inches. Acquisition number 20-85.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1870. Negative inscribed "Vue de Tresor Imp. No. 789." Albumen. Unmounted. 7.5 x 10 inches. Acquisition number 21-85.


Lekegian, ca. 1880. Mount inscribed "Trone du Yavouz Sultan Selim III 1789-1808." Four small photographs. Albumen. Mounted. 4.5 x 4 inches. Acquisition number 184-86.


G. Berggren, ca. 1880. Negative inscribed "Vue generale de Dolma-Bagtche. No. 5." Albumen. Unmounted. 8 x 10.5 inches. Acquisition number 195-86.


G. Berggren, ca. 1880. Negative inscribed "Murailles de Constantinople. No. 338." Albumen. Unmounted. 8 x 10.5 inches. Acquisition number 196-86.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1878. "Col. of Theodosius" and " "View in the old Hippodrome of Stamboul with the Egyptian Obelisk of Theodosius and the . . ." From series of 8 photos, 406-95 to 413-95. Albumen. Mounted. Each 4 x 5.5 inches. On reverse, each has Abdullah Freres imprint and description in pencil. Acquisition number 407-95.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1878. "The Grand Porte of the Seraskierat or War Department as seen from the court on the inside, with the Sea of Marmora in the background. Joseph Moore, Jr., Hotel Byzance, Pera, March 18, 1878." From series of 8 photos, 406-95 to 413-95. Albumen. Mounted. Each 4 x 5.5 inches. On reverse, each has Abdullah Freres imprint and description in pencil. Acquisition number 408-95.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1878. "Burnt column." And in ink: "Colonne brulee." From series of 8 photos, 406-95 to 413-95. Albumen. Mounted. Each 4 x 5.5 inches. On reverse, each has Abdullah Freres imprint and description in pencil. Acquisition number 411-95.


Abdullah Freres, ca. 1878. "Two of the Ten Thousand Dogs of Constantinople. Everywhere throughout the city groups of them are seen straying at large and never owned by anyone. They have their litters and sleep in the streets, yet nobody molests them and even a horse will step out of the way of one. Fights among the canines are frequent, especially if an unfortunate strays from his own particualar territory. Occasionally they are fed by charitable Turks, especially in Stamboul where the dogs are most numerous. Joseph Moore, Jr., Hotel Byzance, Pera, March 20, 1878." From series of 8 photos, 406-95 to 413-95. Albumen. Mounted. Each 4 x 5.5 inches. On reverse, each has Abdullah Freres imprint and description in pencil. Acquisition number 413-95.


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