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Topic: crescent

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Crescent
Crescent
Crescent club court

Crescent club court

Tennis fans in backgrd., N.Y.C.(?).

Crescent hockey team

Crescent hockey team

Crescent hockey team - champions of amateur league in New York.

["Welwyn," Harold Irving Pratt house, 100 Crescent Beach Road, Glen Cove, New York. The Young Diana sculpture in garden]

["Welwyn," Harold Irving Pratt house, 100 Crescent Beach Road, Glen Co...

Photo shows the Young Diana sculpture by Janet Scudder.

Making a photograph record Crescent Trio & Ferara and Franchini.

Making a photograph record Crescent Trio & Ferara and Franchini.

Photograph shows Frank Ferera and Anthony Franchini making a recording with vocalist The Crescent Trio.

Since the Turkish success in Asia Minor the red flag of Turkey with its white crescent flies daily from the houses or mosques of Mohammedan worship

Since the Turkish success in Asia Minor the red flag of Turkey with it...

Photograph show Hagia Irene (Hagia Eirene) church, in Istanbul, Turkey, which was used as a military museum from 1908 to 1978.

Mr. Carpenter visits an old church in Transylvania with the wife and daughter of our American minister to Bucharest. Inside this edifice are hundreds of valuable Turkish prayer rugs  reminders of the days when the Crescent rode high over Central and Eastern Europe to the gates of Vienna A Roumanian rig. N.G. ; Roumanian schoolgirls want to know about "flappers". They too are feeling the wave of feminine emancipation that has captured even that man's stronghold---Constantinople.

Mr. Carpenter visits an old church in Transylvania with the wife and d...

Photographs show scenes in Romania including: Mr. Carpenter and family of American minister to Romania, Peter Augustus Jay, in front of a church door in Transylvania; a horse-drawn carriage and a group of scho... more

A newsgirl of Bucharest. She has never had a course in salesmanship but she knows how to smile with her lustrous brown eyes Mr. Carpenter visits and old church in Transylvania with the wife and daughter of our American minister to Bucharest. Inside this edifice are hundreds of valuable Turkish prayer rugs  reminders of the days when the Crescent rode high over Central and Eastern Europe to the gates of Vienna.

A newsgirl of Bucharest. She has never had a course in salesmanship bu...

Photographs show scenes in Romania including a young newsgirl in Bucharest and Mr. Carpenter with family of American minister to Bucharest, Peter Augustus Jay, in front of a church door in Transylvania.