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Party to celebrate an engagement of Kathryn Barbee and Clyde B. Little included mention of a man impersonating a Syrian: "While refreshments were being enjoyed a Syrian peddler, impersonated by Mr. Lloyd Spargo [brother-in-law], called at the door…
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Syrian quarter in New York neighborhood is home to 10,000 or more Syrians.
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Typing certificate award to Dolly Tabet among others.
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Copeland's proposal of a definition of white as "Scandanavian, German, Dutch, English, Flemish, Lithuanian, Scotch, Irish, Welsh, Russian, Polish, Czech, Ser[b]ian, Croatian, Montenegrin, Slovak, Herzegovinian, Bosnian, Albanian, Armenian, French,…
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Dolly Tabet graduated from Gastonia Business College and accepted a position with the Reynolds Insurance and Investment Company as a stenographer and bookkeeper.
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Armenian and Syrian orphans at Trebizond are starving, homeless and solcly in case of generous people of North Carolina.
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Greek immigrant, Joe Tabet was granted a license gratis to peddle goods in the city.
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