This collection of calling cards from Constantinople gives an idea of the people Ronya and Moritz Abraham socialized with.

Could this have been the reason why Aaron Aaronsohn stayed in contact with Moritz Abraham?

Calling cards, Constantinople - ca 1909

Calling cards, Constantinople - ca 1909

Colonel Y. Petroff
Bulgarian Liaison Officer to the Headquarters of the Allied Forces in the Orient.
J.A. Najditch
Member of the "Actions Comitee" of the Universal Zionist Organization
Member of the Inspecting Council of the Jewish Colonial Trust Ltd, London
Colonel Rolletto Dott. Enrico
Commandant of the Italian Troups, Constantinople
Dr. Wellisch
Permanent Board Member of the Education Ministry
Turkish Ambassador in Vienna ?
(Dr. Wellisch had been Herzl's unofficial representative in Constantinople ca 1903)
Dr. Amelie Frisch
Head of the Austro-Hungarian hospital in Constantinople
See Medicina Historica
Sophocle E. Veniselos (Sophocles E. Venizelos)
Captain of Artillery, Greek Military Attache. Later Member of Parliament, Ambassador, then Greek Prime Minister.
See Wikipedia
J. Fernandez Guillamet
Drogman Adjunct to the Spanish Legation.
(Drogman: interpreter attached to Western diplomats in the Ottoman Empire.)
Vice-consul of Her Hellenic Majesty. Dardanelles.
Peter Iv. Lajitschkoff
Bulgarian Diplomatic Agency, Constantinople
J. Salem Effendi
Turkish Vice-Consul, Tripoli
Herbert Wolff
German Embassy, Constantinople
Maggiore Cav. Mario Stanzani
Head of the Italian Aeronautic Mission, Constantinople

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Last Modified: Friday, December 7, 2018