Gallery view

1978 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Main street in ?ar?ija

Macedonia - One of the principal shopping streets in the ?ar?ija in Skopje.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Gypsies at Skopje ?ar?ija

Macedonia - Gypsies at ?ar?ija in Skopje old quarter (Muslim).

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Ice cream stand in Skopje ?ar?ija

Macedonia - ?ar?ija Modern (Slovene) shoe store in foreground with ice cream stand in front.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Coming and going to market

Macedonia - People coming and going to market area in Skopje; donkey with saddle on right.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Muslim men in ?ar?ija

Macedonia - Muslim men on right on cobblestone street in Skopje ?ar?ija (market); reed mats for sale lean on the left.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Main street in Skopje ?ar?ija

Macedonia - A main street in ?ar?ija, with kafana (bife) or buffet on left.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1978 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Main street in Skopje ?ar?ija

Macedonia - Main street in ?ar?ija, with mosque minaret in background.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Women at Skopje market

Macedonia - Macedonian women from Skopska Crna Gora ("Black Mountain") selling dried peppers and eggs. The young boy is selling hand-made brooms and the woman to their left also appears to be selling eggs.

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Skopje market scene

Macedonia - Diary excerpt: "On the other side of the [Vardar] river the city is the old city a combination of Turkish, Albanian, Gypsy, Greek, and Bulgarian minority groups living in their charmingly ramshackle quarters in narrow, twisting streets. They're all kinds of craftsmen including potters, opanke (sandal) makers, (opanci are made of rubber soles with leather straps and are not as... more

Joel M. Halpern Papers

1954 May

Halpern, Joel Martin

Minarets behind Skopje market

Macedonia - Two minarets in background on right; Mustafa Pasha mosque on left (?)

Joel M. Halpern Papers