A studio portrait of an unidentified young woman taken in Beirut, likely in the 1920s. The photograph is mounted on a cardboard mat; the woman is standing on a patterned rug in front of a chair in front of a painted backdrop of trees.
George Kahdy and his mother Adma Kahdy standing next to each other. In the background of the photo it seems like this was taken in the forest while there was a picnic or event was set up. Caption on the back reads, "George and mother 56. Before her…
Adma Sawaya Kahdy and Spidie Zaidan stand outside of a house as they pose for the photo. Caption on the back reads, "1950's, Portland, Oregon. Adma Sawaya Kahdy my sittie and her friend Aunt Spidie Zaidan."
Mary Wehbie and two women wait on the deck of a boat as it goes through a drill. The back of the photo states, "Boat drill. Left to right, Jewish woman from Egypt, mother (Sittie Mary), and a woman from Hammarah"
The Sawaya family stands together within a small grove of trees in casual, summer clothing. Caption on the front reads, "Uncle Sawaya and family - 1947." The back of the photo lists each person in the photo from left to right.
The Sawaya Family reunion that takes place in Bteghrine, Lebanon. On the back, there are all the names of the individuals who are in the photo from left to right and how they are related. It also has 1947 on the top right corner."
A portrait of the Kahdy family in which everyone is wearing formal clothing. The back of the photo lists each family member in the photo, how they are related, and that these specific relatives are located in Rayak, Lebanon.