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SIBA – A Visual Approach to Explore Everyday Life in Turkish and Yugoslav Cities, 1920s and 1930s

Child vendor

Child vendor, © Photoarchive Borbaenlarge

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Object:Child vendor
Description:Portrait of a boy standing against the wall of a room with a bread basket on his back and skewered đevrek bread rings in his right hand. He is dressed in a white double-breasted chef's jacket, a white apron and a white chef's hat with the words 'sve po din' (one dinar each) across the front. He carries a small dark ladies’ purse across his chest. Although posing for the camera, his eyes are closed.
Date:Not before 1920, Not after 1940
Location:Belgrade
Country:Serbia (contemporary)
Yugoslavia (historical)
Type:Photographic plate
Creator:Grdijan, Svetozar (probably)
Dimensions:Negative: 90mm x 130mm
Keywords:470 Business and Industrial Organization > 472 Individual Enterprise
410 Tools and Appliances > 415 Utensils
430 Exchange > 432 Buying and Selling
850 Infancy and Childhood > 857 Childhood Activities
510 Living Standards and Routines > 516 Postures
Copyright:Photoarchive Borba
Archive:Borba fotodokumentacija, Belgrade (Collection Vreme), Inv. No.: Borba.prodavac
Editors:Milanka Matić, Nataša Mišković
Permalink:https://gams.uni-graz.at/o:siba.4015