U.S. Admiral Mark L. Bristol arrives in Constantinople, Turkey by train. Admiral Bristol, the U.S. High Commissioner in Turkey during the partitioning of the Ottoman Empire, talks to Turkish officials at the train station. Officials approach a parked car.
U.S. Navy Admiral Mark L. Bristol in Constantinople, Turkey (officially referred to as Istanbul since 1930), during the occupation of Istanbul, under his role as High Commissioner from the U.S. Admiral Bristol, in mufti, poses with members of the U.S. staff and Turkish officials and several ladies, near the U.S. Embassy. Admiral Bristol poses with unidentified official.
U.S. Admiral Mark L. Bristol and two other officials climb up a hill in Constantinople, Turkey. Officials examine a chart in the field. Officials look down from the side of the hill. Horse on the field.
Scenes in Constantinople, Turkey . Tenders from U.S. Navy ships shuttling civilian refugee passengers, mostly Greek and Armenian, including many children, to safety during the Greco-Turkish War and unrest during the post-World War 1 partitioning of the Ottoman Empire. Refugees gathered around a cut tree trunk. Construction of small buildings underway in a port area. Refugees with lots of smiling children waving white flags aboard a U.S. Navy tender in a port. Refugees and children on a dock smiling, with some holding an Armenian flag.
American sailors in Constantinople, Turkey. They buy goods from a Turkish vendor. Turkish people smiling in the background. Sailors buy fruits at a marketplace.
United States Atlantic ship sailors hold turkey in Constantinople Turkey. Five sailors stand out of a building with a woman. They hold turkeys. Nurses, officers and sailors sit and pose in front of a building.