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Old forts built centuries ago to hold back the Turkish invasion In the terraced garden rising behind his home on the Bosphorus, the Hon. G.B. Ravendael [i.e., Ravndal], American Consul-General in Constantinople, points out the Giant's Hill (or Goliath's Hill??) over on the Asiatic side and in the shelter of it the huge tanks of Standard Oil Co.

Old forts built centuries ago to hold back the Turkish invasion In the terraced garden rising behind his home on the Bosphorus, the Hon. G.B. Ravendael [i.e., Ravndal], American Consul-General in Constantinople, points out the Giant's Hill (or Goliath's Hill??) over on the Asiatic side and in the shelter of it the huge tanks of Standard Oil Co.

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Summary

Photographs show a palaces on the shores of the Bosphorus, Istanbul, Turkey.
Title from item.
Negative series code stamped on page: LC-C26.
On page: no. 1370 (top image) and no. 1371 (bottom image).
Text under image no. 1370: Same as 1369.
In album: European pictures (1923 trip), p. [57].
Copyright by Carpenter's World Travels.
Forms part of: Frank and Frances Carpenter Collection (Library of Congress).

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Date

01/01/1923
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Contributors

Carpenter, Frank G. (Frank George), 1855-1924, photographer
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Location

Silahtarağa (Istanbul, Turkey)41.06667, 28.93333
Google Map of 41.06666666666667, 28.933333333333334
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