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New York: E F Dutton, 1897.
First US Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Library stamps/marks/labels/pocket, Volume I REBOUND; Vol II spine well chipped, tone, wear. Solid hardcovers.; Two of two volumes, complete set. "The Author has studied his subject with a serious desire to bring before the intelligent reading public of.....
Thessaloniki: Institute for Balkan Studies, 1989.
Trade Paperback. Light wear. Solid trade paperback.; Modern Greek language. Title translates: The Ioakimion National Girls’ School in Constantinople, 1882-1988. History of the well-regarded Greek girls' school in the Fatih neighborhood of Istanbul. ; Hidryma Meleton Chersonesou tou Haimou (Series); Vol. 224; 301 pages.
Paris: Garnier Frères, Libraires-Editeurs, 1855.
Illustrated by Illustrated. Hardcover. 2" front joint tear at head of spine, light tone, random foxing, cover rubs, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover. ; French language. Full green chagrin leather binding, five compartment spine with gilt lettering and decor, all edges gilt. Attractive illustration plates...
Istanbul: Yeditepe Yayinlari, 1963.
Illustrated by Fikret Otyam photographs. Hardcover. Library REBIND in hardcover with original wrappers retained, library stamps/marks/labels, rear hinge started, front binding started after title page with two detached pages, well toned, wear. ; Turkish language text. Yeditepe yayinlari, 133 These articles appeared in 1962 in the...
Ankara: Turk Tarih Kurumu Basimevi, 1975.
Hardcover. Library REBIND in hardcover with paperback front cover bound in, library stamps/marks/labels/slip, light tone, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcover.; Turkish language. Seminar papers on the 50th anniversary of the Turkish Revolution. ; Turk Tarih Kurumu Yayinlari, VII. Dizi--Sa. 71; Ex-Library; 170 pages.
Los Angeles CA: Knud K. Mogensen, 1953.
Illustrated by Illustrated. Hardcover. Light cock, light wear. Solid hardcover.; Memoir of time studying with Turkish dervishes in the 1920s, shortly before the Nakshbendi order was closed and its leaders executed following the Menemen Incident, when Islamists challenged the secularism of Kemalist Turkey. ; 193 pages.