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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…
saleeby_cross.pdf