Haydarpaşa Train Station, Istanbul, 1919
"(Haydarpaşa) was used as an armoury during WW I but was sabotaged on Sept. 6, 1917 in an explosion. (Also), the area was bombed from the air twice in 1918 by the British to add to the destruction."
- Levantine Heritage Foundation
"Hairdresser to the Embassies" at Tarabya (possibly Büyükdere), on the Bosphorus, 1907
Judging from the two gents posing at the front door, I'd say that the place wants to please Orientalist conceptions of a haircut in Turkey.
Photo ht Ali Çalışer