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Vol. 3 no. 06 of The Syrian World published December 1928. The issue begins with an article by Rev. W. A. Mansur titled A Federation of Syrian Societies. It discusses how Syrian-Americans are organizing these societies in order to secure their future…
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Vol. 3 no. 05 of The Syrian World published November 1928. The issue begins with an article Ameen Rihani wrote especially for The Syrian World titled The Leper and the Bride of Galilee, a discussion of the cities Nazareth and Tiberias. Rev. W. A.…
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Vol. 3 no. 04 of The Syrian World published October 1928. The issue begins with an article by Count Philip Terrazi, a continuation of his article discussing the Beyrouth Museum, he begins by talking about the collection of Southern Lebanese pottery…
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Vol. 3 no. 03 of The Syrian World published September 1928. The issue opens with an article by Philip K. Hitti on Usamah an Arab-Syrian warrior of the crusades. Following it is an article by Rev. W. A. Mansur which discusses the greatness of the…
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Vol. 3 no. 02 of The Syrian World published August 1928. The issue begins with an article called A Nation in the Making by the editor, the article addresses the current events of the time in Syria which would have been related to the Great Syrian…
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Vol. 3 no. 01 of the Syrian World published July 1928. The issue opens with an article titled The Jinn of the Arabian Nights by Ameen Rihani. It is followed by a poem called A Nocturnal Love Ode by Dr. N. A. Katibah, the piece is translated by…
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Vol. 2 no. 12 of The Syrian World published June 1928. The issue opens with an article that discusses the importance of religious tolerance for Syria's progress by Rev. W. A. Mansur. Next there is a poem titled Love by G.K. Gibran. Following it is a…
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Vol. 2 no. 11 of The Syrian World published May 1928. The issue opens with yet another discussion of words being borrowed both from Arabic and English, by Byron Smith. There is a poem following the article titled Bel's Lions by Dr. Salim Y. Alkazin.…
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Vol. 2 no. 10 of The Syrian World published April 1928. The issue opens with an article by Charles V. Vickrey, in his article he discusses the American orphanage and relief world in Syria. This article is followed by a poem translated by J.D. Carlyle…
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Vol. 2 no. 09 of The Syrian World published March 1928. The first article presented in this issue is one by Ameen Rihani that discusses the traditions of Arabs and their mythology, specifically Gods and Jinn (nature's tribe of spirits). Next is a…
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Vol. 2 no. 08 of The Syrian World published February 1928. The issue opens with an article about Syrian naturalization in the United States, by Joseph W. Ferris (and footnotes by Dr. Philip K. Hitti). The next article is one discussing the issue of…
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Vol. 2 no. 07 of The Syrian World published January 1928. The issue opens with a piece by Ameen Rihani titled Dreams, which discusses dreams of the past versus the present. The next work is a short story by Kahlil Gibran titled War. Following that is…
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Ḥadīqat Khuṭab [Garden of Speeches] is a collection of speeches and writings by Salwa Salma Atlas published in Sao Paolo, Brazil, in 1928.
Salwa Salama Atlas - Hadiqat Khutab_o.pdf

(3 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
saleeby, helen_ocr_wm.pdf

(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
saleeby, elias alexander_ocr_wm.pdf

(3 pages) This item includes a Declaration of Intention and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
rabil, assad_ocr_wm.pdf

(3 pages) This item includes a Declaration of Intention and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
rabel, joseph_ocr_wm.pdf

(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
hatem, jadhoun nahman_ocr_wm.pdf

(4 pages) This item includes a Certificate of Arrival, Declaration of Intention, and successful Petition for Naturalization (2 pages).
cannon, karim_ocr_wm.pdf

(6 pages) This item includes a failed Petition for Naturalization (2 pages), letters regarding a new Declaration of Intention (3 pages), and a Declaration of Intention.
murad, louis joseph_ocr_wm.pdf
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