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Transcription of interview with Callie R. Saleeby Stanley, conducted by Dr. Akram Khater. 66 minutes (see PDF). Stanley married into the Saleeby family as a young woman. She was the author of the 2008 genealogy Worldwide Saleeby-Saliba Family from…
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(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
saleeby, nassry rashid_ocr_wm.pdf

(3 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
saleeby, helen_ocr_wm.pdf

(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
saleeby, elias alexander_ocr_wm.pdf

A photograph of young Wade and Kathleen Saleeby, standing outside together with a young child, perhaps their eldest son, Wade Samir Saleeby, Jr.
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A photograph of a group of people at the wedding of Fred and Pat Saleeby (center). The group is posed behind a long banquet table holding flowers, gifts, and cake.
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A portrait of Pat and Fred Saleeby on their wedding day, seated on the ground together on Pat's spread-out wedding gown. Fred is dressed in his United States Military uniform.
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A portrait photograph of Helen Saleeby.
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A census document containing information about George Richard (G.R.) Saleeby, his wife, Najaa, and the three of their eight children who were living at home in 1940: Sam, Joe, Samera, and Albert. Also living with them was "Joe," listed as a brother.
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A page from the 1940 United States census depicting John and Helen Saleeby. Also listed are seven of their eight children: Fred, George, Wade, Lawrence, Michael, Ralph, and Claudette.
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A photograph of Helen Saleeby holding an infant identified as Fred Saleeby.
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Studio portrait of Helen Saleeby in a fur coat.
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A copy of the Saleeby family crest. The dominant figure in the crest, the cross, stems from the origin of the name "Saleeby/Salibi," which derives from "saleeb," which means "cross" in Arabic. Family history says that the Saleeby/Saliba family was…
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A brief account, given by Edward Saleeby, of the immigration of his paternal family including his father, Nasry Rashid Saleeby, uncle Gibran Rashid Saleeby, and grandmother Labibee Courie Saleeby.
2001_EC Saleeby_Coming to AmericawmR.pdf

The autobiography of Edward C. Saleeby, revised in 2001. It contains detailed reminiscences of his childhood, time serving in the United States military during World War II, and his marriage and children. In addition to covering Saleeby's own life,…
2001_EC Saleeby AutobiographywmR.pdf