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An article from Raleigh, North Carolina's newspaper, the News and Observer, profiling the sports career of John Allen Farfour of Goldsboro, North Carolina. Farfour was a gifted basketball player who transitioned to tennis in 1940 and founded the…
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A group portrait of the Baddour family. Though undated, the image was probably taken in the 1970s.
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A studio portrait of six men identified only as the Farfour brothers.
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Mary Rabil standing on the sidewalk in front of Ed's Cafe in Smithfield, North Carolina.
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A typewritten obituary for Mary Farfour Rabil, who died in September 1986 at the age of 99.
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A hand-tinted photographic portrait of Louise Agnes Farfour in 1941, the year of her marriage to Philip Baddour.
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A hand-tinted photographic portrait of Louise Farfour Baddour.
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A hand-tinted portrait photograph of Mary Farfour Rabil.
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A sepia snapshot of the Rabil family. Though unidentified, the photograph likely depicts the Smithfield and Rocky Mount branches of the Rabil family and depicts, among others, Edward George Rabil, Mary Farfour Rabil, Eva Nassif Rabil, and A.G. Rabil,…
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