Rosemary Baldwin (1917–1992)

Photographed here by Fritz von der Schulenburg on an assignment for Vogue at the ancient city of Termessos, the writer Rosie Baldwin was also an enthusiastic gardener and environmentalist. Her knowledge of Turkey’s mediterranean hinterland and its people was unique. In Cornucopia 4 Ömer Koç pays tribute to one of Turkey’s staunchest allies.


  • A Garden in the Levant

    A European merchant's house in Bornova

    From Issue 1

    The European merchants of nineteenth-century Izmir built their gardens in Bornova, below the hills where they loved to shoot and fish. Rosemary Baldwin revisits the home of the Girauds and discovers a haunting reminder of a genteel era. Photographs by Bünyad Dinç

  • The Bee-Keepers

    The fruitful hives of ancient Mount Mycale

    From Issue 2

    In the sweetly scented forests of Turkey’s Aegean coast, bee-keepers and their families harvest the royal jelly once sought after by sultans. Rosemary Baldwin, herself a royal jelly enthusiast, revists the fruitful hives of Samsun Dağı

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