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1 album containing 16 prints taken during the Persian revolution of 1908.
1 print of a selamlik (sort of Trooping of the Colour, the weekly public procession of the Ottoman Sultan to the mosque for the Friday noon prayers of Sultan Abdul Hamid II, Constantinople, 1908; 1 print depicting Ibn Saud, King of Saudi Arabia, and Abdullah Alireza, Governor of Jiddah, meeting in Raghama, near Jiddah, in late 1925 or early 1926 to negotiate the surrender of iddah; and 1 print depicting Trebizond, Turkey, in the early 1900s; 1 drawing of a procession in Korea.
1 print of General Etterg, commandant of the city of Adrianopol during the war of 1877-1878 (present day city of Edirne, in Turkey).
3 prints of the visit of Prince Faisal of Saudi Arabia to the Hoover Institution in 1945.
5 negatives of oriental screens.
1 print of the first Korean diplomatic mission to the U.S., 1883.
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2 prints pertaining to Election Day, May 1948, in Korea.
1 print and 1 negative of R. Turnbull, American officer, somewhere in Asia, probably after World War II.
10 prints depicting the cities of Cairo, Mecca, Damascus, and Jerusalem, and people of Palestine, late 1800s-early 1900s.
5 prints of street scenes in Damascus, Syria, showing posters of President Hafez Assad, 1993.