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A photograph of Mary Farris as a young woman, sitting on a stone bench in front of a painted wall.
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A photograph of a young Mary Farris (center) with two unidentified friends. Though undated, the photograph was likely taken in the 1920s in Vicksburg, MI.
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A photograph of Abe and Zelpha Farris and their daughter, Mary, standing outside in front of a stone wall.
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Caption from donor: "Abe Farris, Jim Angelo’s grandfather." The photograph depicts Farris standing on a sidewalk in front of a deli, an American flag in the foreground. Presumably taken in Vicksburg, Mississippi.
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Caption from donor: "Postcard of the Adriatic, the ship on which Jim Angelo’s family arrived at Ellis Island."
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Caption from donor: " Photo of Ellis Nassour’s Grocery store advertisement (around 1940)." This is a digital photograph of a reproduction of the original advertisement, which promoted Ellis M. Nassour's grocery store ("formerly Bodron's Grocery")…
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Caption from donor: " Another photo of Danny Thomas with Family/friends (in Jackson, MS)." Thomas was a Lebanese-American entertainer and philanthropist who helped found St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. In this photo, Thomas is standing in…
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Caption from donor: " Photo of Paul’s mother and family/friends with Danny Thomas (in Jackson, MS)." Thomas was a Lebanese-American entertainer and philanthropist who helped found St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. Mrs. Trebotich is holding a…
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Caption from donor: "Photo of Paul’s mother with Danny Thomas (in Jackson, MS)." Thomas was a Lebanese-American entertainer and philanthropist who helped found St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital. The photograph contains a number of other…
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A photograph of the four Nasrallah children, wearing formal dresses and suits and standing outside on a stone staircase. Pictured are: Nader, Sammy, Layal, and Lana Nasrallah.
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A picture of Noha Nasrallah with her daughters Layal and Lana. The three women are attending an event and are wearing formal gowns.
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A picture of the Nasrallah family standing together at a public event, with a cake visible in the foreground and unknown young men in the background. The photo depicts: Chuck, Layal, Lana, Noha, Nader, and Sammy Nasrallah.
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A photograph labeled "grandfather in his store." Presumably it depicts Sam Parker in his department store, likely called either the Parker Department Store or the Farris-Parker Department Store at this time. He stands in front of a board labeled…
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A color photograph of Helen Parker (middle) surrounded by her children: (in no order) Louis, Alma, Agnes, Lillian, and Magdalen. Though undated, the photograph may have been taken in the 1970s.
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The obituary for Magdalen Parker Mileski, written and published after her death on May 11, 2007.
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A portrait photograph of Wadea (left) and Aelyas (right) Kassab.
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A collection of photographs taken in the Elizabethtown Cemetery depicting the tombstones of various members of the Parker family from two generations. Included in the collection is a text document listing each of the family members buried in the…
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A photo of the burial place of Salloum and Naoum Mokarzel in Freike, Lebanon. (Folder 2-4-2-40)
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A photo of 8 of the 16 children of Elias Joseph Mokarzel, cousin of Salloum and Naoum Mokarzel. Left to right: Rose, Ophra, Sylvia, Shapiro, Marie, Francis, George, and Nancy. (Folder 2-2-1-7)
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A photo of 8 of the 16 children of Elias Joseph Mokarzel, cousin of Salloum and Naoum Mokarzel. In the back, left to right: Sylvia, Shapiro, Marie, and Nancy. In the front, left to right: Ophra, Rose, Francis, and Ethel.
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