Browse Items (11 total)

  • Tags: Cherokee County, North Carolina

A comic published in The Andrews Journal promiting Joseph El-Khouri for a seat on the Cherokee County Board of Education. The next comic in the series is not included in the El-Khouri collection. (Folder 13-7)
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An article published in The Andrews Journal about the honoring of Joseph El-Khouri and other business people at the annual Chamber Dinner. (Folder 12-51)
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The transcription of the speech given by Dot Mason (the Executive Director of the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce) about the life, achievements, and contributions of Joseph El-Khouri. (Folder 12-45)
Khouri 12-45 Speech_wm.pdf

An article published in The Andrews Journal about Joseph El-Khouri's appointment to a vacated Cherokee County school board seat.
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An article published in the Andrews Journal about School Board member Joseph El Khouri's stance on the consolidation of local schools. (Folder 12-29)
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A photo published in The Cherokee Scout of Joseph El-Khouri and other officials at a democrat rally. (Folder 12-27)
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An article published in The Andrews Journal about the Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce directors (including Joseph El-Khouri) and their effort to raise money. (Folder 12-26)
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An article in the Andrews Journal announcing Joseph El-Khouri's election as an alternate to represent Cherokee County at the Democratic National Convention. (Folder 12-15)
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John T. Gill, Chairman of the Cherokee County Rural Development Authority, writes to Bernie Zellner of the Tennessee Valley Authority asking for the TVA's assistance with survey work (Folder 1-11).
Khouri 1-11 Letter_wm.pdf

Publicity Scrapbook Contest notebook, created by Joseph Maroun El-Khouri during his time as publicity chairman of Andrews Lions Club District 31-A. In addition to articles about the activities of the Lions Club during these years, the scrabook…
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