Browse Collections (83 total)

‘Afīfa Karam

‘Afīfa Karam (1883-1924) was fourteen years old when left her homeland of ‘Amshit, Lebanon and made a new life for herself in the American South. It…

Contributors: Biography by Dr. Elizabeth Saylor

Karam_Fatimah al-Badawiyya_SM.pdf

Abed Family

These materials were provided by Charles Abed. Biography Charles “Charlie” Ibrahim Abed was born in Kano, Nigeria, in 1959, to Lebanese immigrants.…

Contributors: Charles Abed, Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Abou-Chakra Family

These materials were provided by Wael and Lama Abou-Chakra.Biography Wael Abou-Chakra, who goes by Al Chakra in America, was born in Beirut, Lebanon,…

Contributors: Wael and Lama Abou-Chakra, Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Al Gurbal [La Criba]

Al-Gurbal [La Criba, The Screen], was a magazine published by Lebanese immigrants in Mexico City, Mexico, from 1922 until 1992. Though primarily…

al-Akhlak [Ethics] الاخلاق

Al-Akhlak, Ethics, was founded by Yaqub Rufail; it was an Arabic-language journal. It was published between 1920 and 1932. The Khayrallah Center…

Al-Ayyam [The Chronicle] الأيام

Al-Ayyam, الأيام, or The Chronicle, was published by Ussef Namaan Malouf in New York City from 1897 to 1902. The center holds January 1 1898-May 17…

Al-Bayan البيان

Al-Bayan, or البيان, or The Explanation, was published by Suleiman Baddour out of Brooklyn, New York. The newspaper was begun in 1911 and lasted until…

Al-Chacar Family

These materials were provided by Bearta Al-Chacar Powell.Biography Bearta Al-Chacar Powell was born in Ma’asser El Chouf, to Ramiz Al-Shakar and…

Contributors: Bearta Al-Chacar Powell, Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Al-Fatat Boston

Al-Fatat Boston was published in Boston, Massachusetts by W.E. Shakir from 1914 to 1922.The center holds December 28 1917-May 8 1919. THESE MATERIALS…

Al-Funun, الفنون

Introduction الفنون, Al-Funun [The Arts] was an Arabic-language literary journal published in New York City by Nasib Arida (1887-1946). Arida was born…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Al-Hoda, الهدى

Introduction Al-Hoda, or الهدى, [The Guidance] was the longest-lived of the early Arabic newspapers, published from 1898 until 1972. It was…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

alhoda_19041205.pdf

Al-Kown [The Universe]

Introduction Al-Kown [The Universe] was an Arabic-language newspaper published weekly in New York City by Najeeb Sawaya, Nafi Adham, and Hafiz Malik.…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa and Marilyn M. Drath

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al-Majalla al-Tijarriya [The Syrian-American Commercial Magazine]

Introduction Al-Majalla al-Tijarriya [المجلة التجارية], or The Syrian-American Commercial Magazine, was an Arabic-language monthly journal published…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Al-Nasr [The Eagle] النسر

Al-Nasr, النسر, The Eagle was published by Najib Badran. It was published in New York City between 1914 to 1943.The Khayrallah Center Archive holds…

Al-Wafa, الوفاء

Al-Wafa was digitized by the Khayrallah Center in collaboration with the Lawrence Public Library Special Collections and with thanks to Dr. Linda K.…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Alex Dayyeh Census for Maronite Patriarch

Introduction This collection contains letters sent from Alex Daye (Dayyeh) in North Carolina to the Maronite Patriarchate in Lebanon, May-June 1921.…

Contributors: Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies

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Antoine Khater

These materials were provided by Antoine F. Khater.Biography Antoine F. Khater is a poet, translator, and theoretical physicist. Khater was born in…

Contributors: Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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As-Sameer, السمير

Introduction السمير, As-Sameer, (also known as Al-Samir and translated to English as The Entertainer) was an Arabic-language newspaper published in…

Baddour Family

These materials were provided by Philip Augustine Baddour, Jr., and Richard Allen Baddour and primarily document the lives of their parents and…

Contributors: Philip Augustine Baddour and Richard Allen Baddour, Collection description written by Claire A. Kempa

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Beirut Consulate Post Records

This collection represents a selection of records from the United States Consulate in Beirut. In 2016, the Khayrallah Center digitized these records…

Contributors: Collection description by Marjorie Stevens.

https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gkyt19e8zp7s20l/AABKlkSIjTHM2hhXt0Keocu9a/Beirut_Consulate452_RG84_NARASMWM.pdf
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