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  • Date is exactly "1960"

Date: 1960
A copy of Fannie Johns Moses's (Mrs. Ellis Moses) obituary, dated 8 April 1960 in the Lake City Reporter & Columbia Gazette. Surviving relatives listed include her children, her nieces and nephews and the Romey children.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/MosesCollection/Moses2019-065.pdf

Date: 1960
A letter from Herbert B. Attaway, Jr. to Philip J. Moses, dated 4 April 1960, remarking upon the qualities of Philip's mother Fannie Johns Moses.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/MosesCollection/Moses2019-070.pdf

Date: 1960
Air Mail Arabic letter and envelope addressed to Mrs. Mike Carrello in Lake Park, Georgia, to the Georgia Peat Moss Co. Inc. The letter is post marked from Zahle, Lebanon 1960. A stray envelop flap that does not seem to have come from the Air Mail…
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/MosesCollection/Moses2019-148.pdf

Date: 1960
Arabic Air Mail letter and envelope from Assad Abouhadah in Wadi El-Aarayech near Zahle, Lebanon to Foumi Moses (Fannie Johns Moses) of Lake City, Florida. Stamps on the envelope are dated 1960.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/MosesCollection/Moses2019-150.pdf

Date: 1960
A newspaper article written by Angele Ellis (spelled Angele Hbeish Kemaide) titled, "An American Professor Chanting the Beauty of Lebanon, and Describes the Misery of Refugees" circa 1960's.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/trr8ku3cd9b07qr/KEllis2019-070.pdf

Date: 1960
A letter from Angele Ellis to Al-Hoda newspaper circa 1960's.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/8ptbeuojvr4kxo5/KEllis2018-321.pdf

Date: 1960
A letter from Nahde Hobeiche to Kail Ellis circa 1960's.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/r4ubkyt5ls6kvwr/KEllis2018-324.pdf

Date: 1960
A list of song title by Fairuz (popular Lebanese singer) circa 1960's.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/q1ustdmlku6tchj/KEllis2018-364.pdf

Date: 1960
A photo taken of a wedding march in Kour, Batroun, Lebanon, 1960. The couple whose wedding it was are identified by Marsha El-Khouri Shiver as "Uncle Butros" and "Aunt Afar;" they were relatives of Joseph El-Khouri.
ElKhouri_Wedding_March_in_Kour_wm.jpg

Date: 1960
A photograph of six out of Joseph and Rose El-Khouri's seven children: Marsha, Anthony, Mariam, Barbara, Theresa, & George
elkhouri-children_wm.jpg

Date: 1960
A photo taken of a wedding in Kour, Batroun, Lebanon, 1960. The couple whose wedding it was are identified by Marsha El-Khouri Shiver as "Uncle Butros" and "Aunt Afar;" they were relatives of Joseph El-Khouri.
ElKouri_Wedding_in_Kour_Batroun_Uncle_and_Aunt_wm.jpg

Date: 1960
A photo taken of a wedding in Kour, Batroun, Lebanon, 1960. The couple whose wedding it was are identified by Marsha El-Khouri Shiver as "Uncle Butros" and "Aunt Afar;" they were relatives of Joseph El-Khouri.
ElKhouri_Uncle_Butros_Aunt_Afaf_wm.jpg

Date: 1960
A photo taken of a wedding march in Kour, Batroun, Lebanon, 1960. The couple whose wedding it was are identified by Marsha El-Khouri Shiver as "Uncle Butros" and "Aunt Afar;" they were relatives of Joseph El-Khouri.
ElKhouri_Wedding_in_Kour_1960_wm.jpg

Date: 1960
Article discussing the Andrews, North Carolina 4th of July Celebration. The piece notes the Jabaley's Department Store float by Joe (Joseph Maroun) El-Khouri depicting the Lebanese Flag and ridden by five of his children.
El-Khouri_4th of July Article_ocr_wm.pdf
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