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An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Boutrus Aoun on June 11, 1909. It confirms the baptism of Khalil (Charles Own) the son of Tannous Aoun on January 15, 1895. At the bottom is a phrase handwritten in English: "Oliver School Register- July…
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A letter in Arabic handwritten by Father Khouri Boutrus Najah Boutrus on July 5, 1909. It confirms the baptism of Beshara, son of (first name not clear) Elias Aboud in Saydet El Maounet Church on February 5, 1894. Beshara's godfather was his paternal…
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A letter in Arabic handwritten by Father Khouri Boutrus Rabil on August 14, 1911. Confirm the baptism of Ojaneh (Eugene) Rabil, the daughter of Maron Youssef Rabil on September 12, 1895. Attached to the material related to George Gald.
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An Arabic letter handwritten by Father Khouri Gabrial al Bustani on October 3, 1913. It confirms the baptism of Youssef Khalil BuDiwan on November 29, 1895, by Father Khouri Youssef.
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A handwritten letter in Arabic. Confirm birthdate of Youssef son of Abdullah alSabbah on December 25, 1897, age (16). Written by Father Khouri Youhanna alNadaf on July 16, 1914.
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A Physician's Certificate signed by M. Shwartz, M.D., certifying that Toofic Abdo's age was at least sixteen. This record lists Abdo's residence at 393 Elm St., Lawrence, Massachusetts and place of birth as Syria.
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Vol. 1 no. 5 of al-Majalla al-Tijarriya. This issue contains a review of economic impact of World War I on the United States; a profile of Frank W. Woolworth; and an article by Ibrahim S. Najjar about the "economic problems of the Arabic-speaking…

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غادة عمشيت, Ghādat ‘Amshīt [The Girl from ‘Amshit], is 'Afifa Karam's last novel, published in New York City in 1910.
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Fāṭima al-Badawiyya [Fatima the Bedouin] is the second novel by 'Afifa Karam. It was publishedin New York City in 1908.
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An article from the Fayetteville Observer about the Hafli sponsored by the St. Michael the Archangel Maronite Catholic Church in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Carolyn Dorroll is pictured in the top picture on the right.
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A portrait of Carolyn Dorroll (left) with three unidentified women, posing in front of a spread of Lebanese food, published in The Fayetteville Observer.
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Article on Domit's role as Director, North Carolina Museum of Art. Entitled "A New Director, New Directions." The article touches upon the controversy surrounding the museum's move, but emphasizes Domit's role in growing the collection.
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An application for employment certificate for Nassef Haddad created on November 4, 1924. It states that his employer is A. Haddad--likely his father Abraham. It lists his residence as 369 Chestnut and place of birth as Berlin, New Hampshire, and age…
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Caption: "2? brothers of Helen Kalil Mokarzel wife of Salloum"

A photo of Gabriel Kalil, brother of Helen Kalil Mokarzel,
sitting on a chair in front of a mirror. (Folder 2-1-1-6)
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A letter, witten by A. R. Saunders, Insurance Agent for French Line and addressed by Bernard M. Sheridan, Superintendant of schools in Lawrence, MA, on February 6, 1914. It certifies that Martha Hajjar purchased a ticket for the French Line on June…
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