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Musiki Muallim Mektebi (literally Music Teachers’ School, later became Ankara State Conservatory), 1930s

Musiki Muallim Mektebi (literally Music Teachers’ School, later became Ankara State Conservatory), 1930s

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Music Teachers’ School was founded on November 1, 1924 under the auspices of Ministry of Education. The first principal of the school was Zeki Güngör who was also the first conductor of the Presidential Symphony Orchestra. The students were children coming from the Male Teachers’ Training School (Erkek Muallim Mektebi) and Balmumcu Orphanage. One can spot the mudbrick hotel built by Şakir Ağa in the Hamamönü district. The Music Teachers’ School would be the core of the State Conservatory in future. The building became to host the Conservatory....Musiki Muallim Mektebi, 1930’lu yıllar...Cumhuriyet’in ilk yıllarında müzik öğretmeni sıkıntısı çekiliyordu. 1 Kasım 1924’te Maarif Vekilliğine bağlı Musiki Muallim Mektebi kuruldu. Okul Müdürü, Riyaset-i Cumhur Musikî Heyeti Şefi Zeki (Üngör) Bey, ilk öğrenciler Erkek Muallim Mektebi ile Balmumcu Öksüzler Yurdu’ndan gelen çocuklar. Okulun bulunduğu yere gelince, Hamamönü’nde Şakir Ağa’nın yaptırdığı kerpiç bir otel. . 1927 yılında öğrenci sayısı artan okula yeni bir bina gerekiyor. Kerpiç yapıların bulunduğu yer 75 bin liraya satın alınıyor. .Musikî Muallim Mektebi, ileride kurulacak Devlet Konservatuarı’nın çekirdeği. Bina, Konservatuar’a yuva oluyor.

A collection is reflecting the urbanisation processes of Ankara, a capital of Republic of Turkey, between 1930-1960 through the eyes of photographers whose works took place in the archive of Directorate General of Press and Information. Within the framework of this archive, we have collected photos starting from the Ankara Railway Station, followed by various boulevards which finally arrive at Çankaya.

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