An affidavit written by Warren G. Richardson and Henry N. Andre on behalf of Toufic Ellis (spelled Toufee Tarrad Ellis) for the American Consul in Marseille, France. This was written and sent to Marseilles, France in order to help Angele Ellis…
A contextual article for the photograph of Lebanese immigrants from Bqaatouta (spelled Batoota) in Carthage, New York, dated 1911. This article gives the names and occupations of many of the subjects in the photograph.
1936 envelope addressed to Adla Hobeiche from Angele Ellis. The envelope has numerous 1936 and 1937 postmarks on it. A set of four 3 Cents George Washington stamps included. Address listed as 720 Parham Street, Carthage, New York.
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.
A letter and envelope from Khouri Boutrus al Tannouri addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Angele Ellis, 514 West Street, Carthage, N.Y., 13619, U.S.A. Sent by Airmail from Beirut, Lebanon. Containing a stamp from Long Beach, California.