A photograph of Virginia Rabil Mansour standing in front of a painted portrait of her husband, Ernest Norman Mansour, Sr., who passed away in 1983. Also visible are a number of family photographs on the same wall.
Two letters from Franklin D. Roosevelt to M. Mansour and the calling card given to M. Mansour by Franklin D. Roosevelt's campaign. One letter is a campaign letter from to Franklin D. Roosevelt to M. Mansour requesting a meeting
Portrait of Chorbishop Peter Rabil, a priest of the Maronite Church. Peter Rabil was born July 10, 1884, in Hammana, Lebanon, to Daher and Mariam Rabil. He emigrated in 1913 and settled in Goldsboro, NC, where he served as priest to the local…
An unidentified young man from the Mansour family photo album. The young man is playing tennis, standing in front of a net and swinging a racket behind his shoulder. The photograph is captioned, "La-the-fy."