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An application for employment certificate for Rachel Haddad. It lists the nature of her employment, a doffer at Pacific Mills, her residence, 55 White St., place of birth, Syria, and age, 15. It indicates that she attended the Illiterate School, in…
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A record created on September 29, 1913, confirming Rachel Haddad's promise of employment at Pacific Mills, at #10 mill, doing the job of doffing. It is signed by the mill's manager, H.H. Prompton. On the back is a physician's certificate of health,…
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A school record, produced by the Special School in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on January 30, 1913, written by Rachel Haddad's step-mother, Annie Haddad, certifying her date of birth as December 25, 1897. The record provides other necessary information…
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A birth record for Nassef (Narsif) Haddad, issued by the State of New Hampshire. It lists Nassef's date of birth as February 2, 1910, place of birth as Berlin, NH. It gives his father's name as Abraham Haddad and occupation as laborer and his…
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An application for employment certificate for Nassef Haddad created on November 4, 1924. It states that his employer is A. Haddad--likely his father Abraham. It lists his residence as 369 Chestnut and place of birth as Berlin, New Hampshire, and age…
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A record for Nassef Haddad, born February 2, 1910, detailing his school record. Filled out by the Lawrence High School, it provides the name of Nassef's father, Abraham, and residence, 281 Hampshire Street.
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Vol. 2 No. 3 of الفنون, Al-Funun, was published in August 1916. It contains a short story by Ameen Rihani, as well as continuing the serialization of his novella Zanbaqat al-Ghawr [The Lily of the Valley]. Additional work by mahjari authors include a…
funun191608_v2.3WM.pdf

This 1897 Financial Report of the Syrian Society of the City of New York was the first such document in four years, a gap explained by the society's financial struggles. The report begins with an introduction by Ameen Haddad, who gives a description…
SyrianSocietyofNY_Financial_Report_OCRwm.pdf

The First Annual Report of the Syrian Society of the City of New York was published in May 1893, roughly one year after the organization was first conceived. It contains a roster of officers and trustees; a speech by the outgoing president; a report…
SyrianSocietyofNY_1893Annual_Report_OCRwm.pdf

The Syrian Soldier in Three Wars, or al-Jundi al-Suri fi Thalath Horoub, includes the memoirs of Gabriel Ward. Ward was a Syrian-American who enlisted in the US Army and fought in the Spanish-American War in Cuba, in the Philippines War and in WWI.…
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الشواعر الشريفة [The Noble Sentiments] is an edited collection of poems and speeches presented on April 7, 1923 in honor of Silver Anniversary celebration of Al-Hoda [Guidance]; the second half of the text contains material presented at a similar…
The Noble Sentiments_wm_sm2.pdf
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