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A journal kept by Mary Mokarzel during her trip to Lebanon to repatriate her father's remains. She writes about gifts received, cities visited, and conversations had with people such as President Camille Chamoun and a Patriarch.
(Folder 2-1-4-9)
Mokarzel 2-1-4-9 Diary_wm.pdf

A postcard by Pierre Yves Petit (aka Yvon) depicting the Place de la Concorde and the Luxor Obelisk in Paris, France.
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Volume 1, No. 22 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka. Articles in English include an account of the assassination of the African king Msiri, praise of the French president's wife, a description of events at an ostrich feather farm, and a piece on…
kawkab amrika_vol 1 no 22_sep 9 1892_wmc.pdf

Volume 1, No. 19 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka. Articles in English include a speculation that Arabs may have been responsible for discovering America, updates on the cholera epidemic in Russia and the conflict in Morocco, and another…
kawkab amrika_vol 1 no 19_aug 19 1892_wmc.pdf

Volume 1, No. 17 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka. Articles in English include the conclusion of a discussion on the benefits and drawbacks of American missionaries in Syria, a report on the Cholera epidemic in Russia, criticism of the Syrian…
kawkab amrika_vol 1 no 17_aug 5 1892_wmc.pdf

Volume 1, No. 16 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka. Articles in English include a discussion about the benefits and drawbacks of American missionaries in Syria, descriptions of Chinese, Japanese, and Indian customs, and multiple updates on the…
kawkab amrika_vol 1 no 16_july 29 1892_wmc.pdf

Volume 1, No. 14 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka.

Articles in English in this issue include an obituary for Prof. B. C. Hobbs; an account of Japanese men emigrating to Mexico; a description of the funeral of the murdered Armenian Kazar…
kawkab amrika_vol 1 no 14_july 15 1892_wmc.pdf

Volume 1, No. 5 of كوكب أمريكا, Kawkab Amirka. Articles in English include: the conclusion of a piece on cultural progress in Islam; reporting on an anti-Semitic "riot," or pogrom, in the Polish city of Lodz; a profile of a Bedouin tribe;…
kawkab america_vol 1 no 5_May 13 1892_full_wm.pdf

Caption from Trey Matthews: "Passenger list for the S.S. Majestic, departing Chergourg, [sic] France, arriving in New York 21 Aug 1907. Listed are George and Soosan (Susie) Safy."
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From Trey Matthews: "Joseph Safy, son of George Joseph and Susie Safy. Joseph was killed in action when his plane was shot down over Germany during WWII on 9 Sep 1944. He was interred in Lorraine American Cemetery in France."
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