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  • Tags: 1926

Date: 1926-10-05
A letter from Krouger Attallah in reply to Nadim's request that Krouger writes to their father, Father Tobia, to send Nadim to live and work with Krouger. Krouger assures Nadim that he wrote to Father Tobia several times about it, but the latter…
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/AttallahLetters/TAttallah2020-056.pdf

Date: April 1926
A photo of Mokarzels in Beirut, Lebanon. Left to right: Lila Mokarzel and Helen Kalil Mokarzel. The caption on the back of the photo states "Nadi Al-Sayaddy." (Folder 2-1-1-15)
Mokarzel 2-1-1-15 Helen Lila_wm.jpg

Date: 1926
A photo of Mokarzels in Beirut, Lebanon. Left to right: Lila Mokarzel, Helen Kalil Mokarzel, and Mary Mokarzel. The caption on the back of the photo states "Nadi Al-Sayaddy." (Folder 2-1-1-14)
Mokarzel 2-1-1-14 Helen Lila Mary_WM.jpg

Date: October 1926
A school record for Louis Samaha issued on October 11, 1926. It indicates that he was born November 20, 1910 and residence at 143 Myrtle St. It lists information about Louis's studies at the Tarbox School and lists their parent as Sam.
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Date: 1926-10-14
A medical prescription written by a Docteur Tewfik Koureichi for Ms. Emily. Dated October 14, 1926, Damascus, Syria.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/AttallahLetters/TAttallah2020-055.pdf

Date: 1926-09-08
A medical prescription written by a Docteur Tewfik Koureichi for Ms. Emily. Dated September 8, 1926, Damascus, Syria.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/AttallahLetters/TAttallah2020-195.pdf

Date: 1926
A photograph of young men in uniform at Fort Bragg.
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Date: 1926
A photo of the Mokarzel ladies with other unidentified women in Lebanon. Helen Kalil Mokarzel stands in the back row, second from the left. (Folder 2-1-1-16)
Mokarzel 2-1-1-16 Women Portrait_WM.jpg

Date: 1926
A copy of a photograph of Angele Ellis, Zakia Sukarye (Zakia Haddad), and other unknown women ast the Marseille Zoo in Marseille, France, dated 1926. Angele and Zakia stayed in Marseille while their immigration papers were prepared and processed…
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-398.pdf

Date: 1926-08-15
A copy of a photograph of Angele Ellis and a travel companion on the R.M.S. (incorrectly spelled MHS) Homeric, which departed from Cherbourg, France on 15 September 1926 and arrived in New York on 22 September 1926.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-395.pdf

Date: 1926
A copy of a photograph of the White Star Line S.S. Homeric on its voyage from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, France. Angele took this ship from Cherbourg, France when she emigrated from Lebanon in 1926.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-397.pdf

Date: 1926
A copy of a photograph of Yousef Hobeiche in the Lebanese gendarmerie taken in Khiam Marjeyoun, dated 1926. Inscription reads, 'My unit during inspection. I had broken my leg some time ago, and I couldn't wear the boots, so I dressed in a suit.'
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2019-189.pdf

Date: 1926-07-14
A photograph and note from Yousef Hobeiche to Angele Ellis, dated 14 July 1926. Yousef sits for a portrait in the Lebanese gendarmerie uniform.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2019-222.pdf

Date: 1926 c.
A copy of a photograph of Yousef Hobeiche and fellow officers in the Lebanese gendarmerie circa 1926.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-407.pdf

Date: 1926
A copy of a portrait of Angele Ellis in Marseille, France, dated 1926.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-399.pdf

Date: c. 1926
A photograph of Ellis and Isabelle Zaytoun standing with their six children, Evelyn Gladys Zaytoun, Vivian Grace Zaytoun, Constance Theresa Zaytoun, Joseph Ellis Zaytoun, Agnes M. Zaytoun, and Henry Stanley Zaytoun. Ellis Zaytoun stands on the left…
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/ZaytounCollection/Zaytoun010.pdf

Date: 1926-01-23
A property sale registration from Wahib Faris Hobeiche (spelled Waheeb Faris Hbeesh) to Toufic Tarrad Kmeid (spelled Toufik Tarrad Kemaide), dated 23 January 1926.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-009.pdf

Date: 1926-08-13
A receipt from a jewelry store in Marseille, France for the purchase of a gold bracelet.
https://lebanesestudies.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/uploads/EllisCollection/KEllis2018-014.pdf

Date: January 1926
A birth certificate, issued on January 23, 1926 from the City of Lawrence City Clerk's Office, certifying that Rose Kanan was born on October 15, 1909 to parents Thomas and Sarah Peter Kanan.
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Date: 1926-07
Vol. 1 No. 01 of The Syrian World, published July 1926. This first issue begins with a foreword by Salloum Mokarzel and a poem by Kahlil Gibran stating the purpose of the journal: to educate both Syrian-Americans and a broader American public about…
https://www.dropbox.com/s/m35zl6pp19z7g90/TSW1926_07reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1926-08
Vol. 1 No. 02 of The Syrian World, published August 1926. This issue begins with an article by Dr. Bayard Dodge discussing the importance of education for uniting Syria, building up its economy, and reforming the living conditions. The next two…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAA5-cF2avtwOx2v6arilkaha/TSW1926_08reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1926-09
Vol.1 No. 03 of The Syrian World, published September 1926 opens with an article by Prof. Philip K. Hitti of Princeton and his discussion of the historic significance of Nahr Al-Kalb (Dog River) a river in Lebanon. This issue includes several…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAD_NnHPr2r8I1UP0dd7xRa_a/TSW1926_09reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1926-10
Vol. 1 No. 04 of The Syrian World, published October 1926 opens with an article about Near East Relief in Syria by Charles V. Vickrey. Many of the articles in this issue focus on how the west has contributed to different aspects of life for Syrians…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AABj71RNpSNilx6mNO4H9x6ea/TSW1926_10reducedWM.pdf

Date: 1926-11
Vol. 1 No. 05 of The Syrian World published November 1926 opens with a story discussing Syrians and how they have established themselves as successful traders and merchants. In further discussion of Syrian history there is an article discussing…
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/90apc1hcqc7urj6/AAAR9arJDlLbN6Oni2ot6Tbma/TSW1926_11reducedWM.pdf
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