Browse Items (33 total)

  • Collection: Domit Family

Photo of Moussa and Yvette at the beach
Moussa and Yvette by the Water_wm.jpg

Family photo depicting Yvette, Maggie, Majed, and Mark in the snow of 1966.
yvette with maggie majed mark c.jpg

A picture of Moussa with Maggie Domit Bennett on her birthday.
Moussa with Maggie 1963_wm.jpg

Graduation photo of Moussa Domit
moussa graduation_wm.jpg

Document provides a qualitative timeline of the Village of Mazarat Taffah and the founding fathers of the village during the 16th century.
founding fathers of the village of mazarat taffah_ocr_wm.pdf

Signage depicting Moussa as a Poet
poet moussa c.jpg

Letter of United States Citizenship presented to Mr. Moussa Majed Domit by Robert N. Giaimo Member of Congress on April 6, 1967.
domit-letter of citizenship-1967.jpg

A photograph, printed as a postcard, of Footeena Francees and her family.

Caption from [source]: “[I can't be sure if "maternal grandmother" refers to Footeena's grandmother, although you said she never came to this country. Could it be possible…
domit-footeen francees and family--front_wm.jpg

The baptism certificate for Margaret (Peggy) Domit Moses, signed by the pastor, with the names of her family and sponsors.
domit-baptism certificate-aunt peggy-1911_wm.jpg

Handwritten autobiographical notes made by Maron Domit Barkett written in February of 1939. Some of the overlaps with the diary that Barkett kept between 1905-1915, focusing on his marriage, the birth of his children, and ending with the death of…
barkett_1939_autobiographical notesP.pdf

Studio portrait of depicting young Yvette Baini, age 16.5.
Yvette Baini Domit, Age 16.jpg

Sepia matte photograph depicting Margaret "Peggy" Domit Moses.
Young Aunt Peggy_wm.jpg

Moussa Domit standing in front of a house in Columbus, Ohio in the winter, circa 1955. Moussa moved to Columbus after his immigration in 1953, and attended the Ohio State University.
Moussa in Columbus, late 1905s_wm.jpg

A family photograph depicting Moussa and Yvette Domit and three of their children: Michael, Mark, and Maggie.
Family, 1966_wm.jpg

A "Today's Women" article from The News and Observer profiling Yvette Baini Domit soon after the Domit family's move to Raleigh, North Carolina. The accompanying photograph depicts Yvette with her youngest son, eight-month-old Matthew Domit.
Newspaper- todays women feature on yvette_ocr_wm.pdf

Article on Domit's role as Director, North Carolina Museum of Art. Entitled "A New Director, New Directions." The article touches upon the controversy surrounding the museum's move, but emphasizes Domit's role in growing the collection.
Magazine 1_ocr_wm.pdf

Moussa Domit curriculum vitae detailing his education, professional experience and short sentence about his personal life.
Moussa Domit CV_ocr_wm.pdf
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