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A bound volume containing emergency passport lists spanning from 1925 to 1932.
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A bound volume containing emergency passport lists spanning from 1925 to 1932.
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/gkyt19e8zp7s20l/AABbPRCnTIVGYsE2fInEowu9a/Beirut_Consulate429_RG84_NARA_SM_Part1WM.pdf

Vol. 6 no. 09 of The Syrian World published June 1932. The issue opens with an article by Rev. W. A. Mansur discussing the Phoenicians as great pioneers of civilization. This is followed by H.I. Katibah's discussion concerning the romance and beauty…
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Vol. 6 no. 08 of the Syrian World published May 1932. The issue opens with Salloum Mokarzel's own travel experiences when visiting the Cedars of Lebanon, this article is accompanied by a poem by Thomas Asa titled Cedar of Lebanon, dedicated to…
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Vol. 6 no. 07 of the Syrian World published April 1932. The issue opens with an apology discussing how the March issue was never published, and as a result the April issue is longer in order to compensate. The first article featured is by H. I.…
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Vol. 6 no. 06 of The Syrian World published February 1932. The issue opens with an article by Rev. W. A. Mansur that discusses the racial pride Syrian and Lebanese people should have as a result of the historical accomplishments of their ancestors.…
TSW1932_02reducedWM.pdf

Vol. 6 no. 05 of The Syrian World published January 1932. The issue opens with a travel journal entry from Ameen Rihani detailing his experiences in Aden, which he describes as a “once beautiful and hospitable Arab city.” This piece is followed by a…
TSW1932_01reducedWM.pdf

A school record for Mary Nassif, born Febraury 1, 1917 and residening at 369 Elm St. It details her studies at Lawrence High School and lists her father's name as Assad Nassif. The record was stamped by L.J. O'Leary of the Lawrence High School on…
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A letter from John Batal, MD, written on April 4, 1932, reporting the wishes of Marya Nassif's mother, Katherine Nassif, for her daughter to stay home and help with the housework. The address 309 Oak St. is written on the bottom.
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This record identifies the school history of George Assad, born May 17, 1917. It lists George's residence as 368 1/2 Elm St. and his father as Charles Assad. It was filled out on November 1, 1932 and signed by L.J. Leary.
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