Five cents a lick. "Apple on a stick" is just as popular with the children of Turkey as America (LOC)

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When: 01 January 1920

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Five cents a lick. "Apple on a stick" is just as popular with the children of Turkey as America

1920 July 29.

1 photographic print : gelatin silver.

Photograph shows boy street vendor with candied apples on sticks, Proti Island (Kinali), Turkey.
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Caption continues: Boys like the one seen in this picture can be found on all the streets of Constantinople sellling these candied applies [i.e., apples] on a stick. This boy is one of the street traders on the island of Proti where the American Red Cross is now caring for a colony of more than a thousand Russian refugees brough[t] from Black Sea ports.
On verso: Rec'd July 29, 1920. Source: Paris office. Turkey Supplies.
Turkey--Supplies & warehouses.
On photo: No. RC-2964.
Forms part of: American Red Cross Collection.

Street vendors--Turkey--Kinali Island--1920.
Boys--Turkey--Kinali Island--1920.
Apples--Turkey--Kinali Island--1920.

Format: Portrait photographs--1920.
Silver gelatin photographs--1920.

Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication. For information, see "American National Red Cross photograph collection,"

Repository: Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Washington, D.C. 20540 USA,

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Call Number: Unprocessed in PR 06 CN 087 [item]


Owner: The Library of Congress
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