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Date: 1926-11
Vol. 1 No. 05 of The Syrian World published November 1926 opens with a story discussing Syrians and how they have established themselves as successful traders and merchants. In further discussion of Syrian history there is an article discussing…

Date: circa 1922
A note, written on letterhead from the superintendent of schools of Hudson, Hollis, Merrimack, Pelham, and Litchfield, confirming that Dana Mansur attended 136 half days of school between September 1921 and June 16, 1922.

Date: June 1912
An Arabic letter handwritten by (name not clear) on June 26, 1912. It confirms the birthdate of Najeeb son of Elian Mansour on November 17, 1895.

Date: June 1913
An application for employment certificate for Najeb Mansur created on June 18, 1913. It lists his residence as 161 Elm St., birth date as November 17, 1895, and other personal information. It lists his future employer as Pacific Mills.

A letter from E. U. Butterfield, Superintendent of Schools of Dover, New Hampshire, to Bernard Sheridan, Superintendant in Lawrence, Massachusetts stating that he is sending Najeb Mansur's birth certificate with the letter. The letter is dated…

Date: October 1912
A personal statement by Joseph Norsiff of Dover, New Hampshire, stating that Najeb E. Mansur was born November 17, 1895 and was christened at th e same time in Hamana Lebanon. The letter is typewritten, signed by both Norsiff and the State of New…

A birth record, issued by the town clerk's office of Everett, Massachusetts, certifying that Dana Mansur, child of Alfred and Jennie Mansur, was born April 5, 1908. The certificate was signed by the clerk on September 30, 1922.

A school record for Dana Mansur filled out on September 26, 1922. It gives a birthdate of April 5, 1908 and residence at 146 Lawrence St. It lists information about their studies at Pelham, New Hampshire Junior High School and name the father as…
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