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A letter in Arabic handwritten by Father Khouri Boutrus Rabil on August 14, 1911. Confirm the baptism of Ojaneh (Eugene) Rabil, the daughter of Maron Youssef Rabil on September 12, 1895. Attached to the material related to George Gald.
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A letter by E. Butterfulk, Superintendent of Schools in Dover, New Hampshire, addressed to the Truant Officer and written on April 15, 1913. It indicates that the incorrect baptism was sent for George Gald (Galab)--Eugene Rabil's papers had been…
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A telegram sent by Ed Rabil to Cecil Mae Bradley, who he eventually married. The telegraph, sent via Western Union from Chapel Hill to Smithfield, apologizes for Ed's absence due to class.
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A short article from the Smithfield Herald about Edward George Rabil, Jr., who gave away five gallons of gasoline during a local baseball game.
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A scan of Stephen Carter Rabil's birth certificate from July 14th, 1959, issued by Johnston Memorial Hospital in Smithfield, North Carolina, and signed by the attending physicians. The back of the certificate has Stephen's footprints in blue ink.
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Pictures of Charles Kannan and Nora Rabil Kannan, cut from a larger photo and placed on a neutral background.
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An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Elias alHadshity on June 25, 1911. It confirms the baptism of (first name not clear) son of Ghalib Nema Hatem on May 23, 1895.
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A brief history of the St. Elias Maronite Church located in Roanoke, Virginia, written by Loretta Saleeba Jolley. The history includes accounts of some of the earliest Lebanese immigrants, including Father Rabil, an ancestor of Matt Kannan. It covers…
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Left to Right: Juanita Mathis Mansour, Edward Mansour, Nell Heeden Mansour, Virginia Rabil Mansour, Ernest Mansour
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Juanita Mathis Mansour (far left in chair), Nell Heeden Mansour (second from left in chair), Ernest Mansour (far right in chair), Edward Mansour (far right standing), Ernest Heeden (standing second from right), Virginia Rabil Mansour (standing third…
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A photograph of young Virginia Dell Rabil, sitting on a curb; the caption provided identifies this as a driveway, but does not specify where it was located. Though undated, the photograph was likely taken circa 1945-1950, when Virginia was a…
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A typewritten letter from the Smithfield Chamber of Commerce requesting feedback with responding handwritten notes from Ed Rabil, Jr. The original letter was sent on January 7, 1950; Ed Rabil's reply is undated.
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A child labor certificate issued by the State of New Hampshire Department of Public Instruction on September 29, 1911 and signed by E.W. Butterfield, Superintendent of Schools. It certifies that Eugene Rabil was born in Syria on September 12, 1895.…
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