Article discussing the Andrews, North Carolina 4th of July Celebration. The piece notes the Jabaley's Department Store float by Joe (Joseph Maroun) El-Khouri depicting the Lebanese Flag and ridden by five of his children.
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…
Charlie Abed, about age 4-5. Though unidentified, the other individuals in the photograph are likely Charlie's mother and two of his siblings, probably photographed in Nigeria, where Charlie spent his early childhood.
An Abed family snapshot identified as "Charlie Abed, Age 5." Though unidentified, the other two people are likely Charlie's mother and sister, and the photograph was perhaps taken in Nigeria, where Charlie spent his early childhood.
Caption from Marsha El-Khouri Shiver: "Cousins in the Fig Trees, Kour," The children are unidentified, though are likely members of the El-Khouri family. Though undated, the image was likely taken in the 1950s or 1960s.