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Letter sent by Alex Daye (Dayyeh) to Maronite Patriarchate in Lebanon, in response to their request for enumeration of Lebanese immigrants in various parts of the world.
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Letter sent from Maronite Patriarchate in Lebanon. This letter was sent by Alex Daye (Dayyeh) to the Patriarchate in response to their request for enumeration of Lebanese immigrants in various parts of the world.
Bkerke F96 001bc.pdf

Letter sent from Maronite Patriarchate in Lebanon. This letter was sent by Alex Daye (Dayyeh) to the Patriarchate in response to their request for enumeration of Lebanese immigrants in various parts of the world.
Bkerke F96 001bb.pdf

A census document containing information about George Richard (G.R.) Saleeby, his wife, Najaa, and the three of their eight children who were living at home in 1940: Sam, Joe, Samera, and Albert. Also living with them was "Joe," listed as a brother.
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A page from the 1940 United States census depicting John and Helen Saleeby. Also listed are seven of their eight children: Fred, George, Wade, Lawrence, Michael, Ralph, and Claudette.
1940 Census - John and Helen Saleeby.jpg