Abdalla Family Papers

Title

Abdalla Family Papers

Subject

Photographs
Lebanese--United States
Emigration and immigration

Description

Biographical/Historical Note

The Abdallah family were Lebanese immigrants who lived in North and South Carolina. The family operated businesses across North Carolina, including in Selma and Smithfield. These businesses included Abdalla's Market, a small grocery, the Selma Style Shop, and a merchandise store.

Scope/Content Note

The Abdalla Family Papers include photographs of the Abdalla family in North and South Carolina from the early twentieth century as well as an address given by Tom Abdalla to employees at his store in Smithfield, NC. The collection includes portraits of Abdalla family members.

Source

Tommy Abdalla

Publisher

Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies

Date

1928-1942, undated

Contributor

Processed by Khayrallah Program staff. Collection Guide updated by Allison Hall, 2023 November.

Rights

The donor retains full ownership of any copyright and rights currently controlled. Nonexclusive right to authorize uses of these materials for non-commercial research, scholarly, or other educational purposes are granted to Khayrallah Center pursuant to U.S. Copyright Law. Usage of the materials for these purposes must be fully credited with the source. The user assumes full responsibility for any use of the materials.

Language

English

Identifier

KC 0001

Collection Tree

This collection is a part of a larger collection that has been divided into more specific collections.

Khayrallah Center Collections
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/kc0001/Abdalla001_wm.pdf
Abdalla Family Papers