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Turkey's bill boards There are no operas of a [sic] serious plays in Constantinople. The people content themselves with cheap vaudiville [sic] or moving pictures of an indifferent quality. This picture shows one of the leading theatres of the city.

Turkey's bill boards There are no operas of a [sic] serious plays in Constantinople. The people content themselves with cheap vaudiville [sic] or moving pictures of an indifferent quality. This picture shows one of the leading theatres of the city.

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Summary

Photograph shows the entrance to a theater with signs and notices in Greek, Ottoman Turkish and French.
Filed in: Turkey Reconstruction.
Title from item.
No. RC-3141.
On mount: Turkey.
Forms part of: American National Red Cross photograph collection.

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Date

01/01/1920
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Location

Silahtarağa (Istanbul, Turkey)41.06667, 28.93333
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