Old Armenian Photos: Hospital Staff in Sepastia, 1903

8 thoughts on “Old Armenian Photos: Hospital Staff in Sepastia, 1903”

      1. Perhaps a misunderstanding here – he was not Armenian. But the merchants of the trading centres of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria etc had similar dress and customs. These places (eg Smyrna, Alexandria) were much more international than they are today, as you know. Also, he died long before anyone took an interest in family history, so what we do know is sketchy.

      2. Yep! in many areas, it was mainly populated by Armenians. Bourj hammoud is still like that though a lot of other places have seen a massive change. Anjar as well, of course, and Antelias

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