Levantine Heritage
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The purpose of this page is to try to layout in tabular form the various social institutions and event timelines to assist would be researchers.

Social institutions
| Bornova Church and Cemetery data | WWI dead | 1898 Punta listing | Smyrna engravings | Background info | Levantine anniversaries | Old maps | Former Smyrna photographers listing | Former Smyrna churches listing

These could be roughly divided into schools, hospitals and clubs.
Not sure if this school is the one in Paradiso or Punta.
Often the line between a secular institution and one with a religious missionary purpose was deliberately left blurred, such as this group photo of the American school for girls in Smyrna taken in 1928, that clearly had a student nationality range that stretched beyond the daughters of local US citizens. - hover for close-up.