A letter from Adib [no surname given] who replies to a previous letter from his daughter about weekend visits, advises her about life, and shares news from Marjeyoun with her. Dated May 11,1946, Marjeyoun, Lebanon.
A letter from Adib [no surname given] who asks about his daughter's previous letters, her health, and the type of life she chose. He writes about the Bible and the path he suggests she follows. Dated February 1, 1946, Marjeyoun, Lebanon.
"Fifteen Short Pieces for Piano" by Anis Fuleihan, signed to and marked by John E. Balamos, Phi Mu Alpha, and markd by Spicer Music Box, Decatur, Illinois, Copyright 1946 by Carl Fischer, Inc., New York
A letter from Father Tobia who writes to another father who lives in the United States, expressing his happiness and thankfulness that he finally found out where he lives from a friend. Dated April 24, 1946.
A letter from Nadim Attallah who asks his brother about life in Lebanon, sends money to Krouger and Joseph, and informs Krouger about new laws for money transactions. He writes that he didn't receive letters from As'ad or Edma in Brazil. Dated…
A photo of people gathered in the Mokarzel apartment. The caption on the back reads "Catered dinner party for Lebanese diplomats in our apt in [Brooklyn]." Family and friends of the Mokarzels also attended. (Folder 2-1-5-16)
A photo of people gathered in the Mokarzel apartment for a dinner party. The caption on the back reads "Dinner in our apt. at 115 Ocean Ave., [Brooklyn] for Syrian + Lebanese diplomats." Family and friends of the Mokarzels also attended. (Folder…
A photo taken at a dinner party held in honor of Lebanese diplomats. The caption reads "the Family- Trabulsis + Mokarzels at the dinner party." Lebanese consuls and friends of the Mokarzels also attended the party. (Folder 2-1-5-20)
A photo taken during a dinner party at the Mokarzel apartment. The caption on the back reads "Syrian + Lebanese Consuls- Pop's apt. in [Brooklyn]." Salloum Mokarzel stands in the back row, on the right. (Folder 2-1-5-19)
A photo taken at a dinner party held in honor of Lebanese diplomats. The caption states "Mr. Macari, Mr./Mrs. Jos. Morin after dinner in our apt. in [Brooklyn]." Lebanese consuls and friends of the Mokarzels also attended the party. (Folder 2-1-6-2)
A letter from the Village of Carthage, New York on behalf of Angele Ellis (spelled Mrs. Toufee Ellis), dated 15 August 1946. Contains the seal of the Village of Carthage. Addresses Angele Ellis as a highly respected citizen.