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A souvenir book produced for the 1955 Golden Jubilee of St. Joseph's Church, the Melkite Church in Lawrence, Massachusetts, and the first Melkite Church established in the United States. The book includes photographs of leaders of the church and…
StJos_1955_Jubilee_OCR.pdf

A commemorative booklet created to honor the 50th anniversary of Archimandrite Peter Abouzeid, B.S. and his service to the Melkite Church. After servinga s a missionary in various places, including New Zealand, Father Peter came to Lawrence,…
1957_StJosSacerdotalJubilee_OCR.pdf

A baptismal record for Nicholas Wakeen issued on July 20, 1917, certifying his date of birth as July 3, 1906 and date of baptism as July 14, 1906. It lists his father's name as Peter Wakeen and mothers names as Zanee Assad Wakeen and their address as…
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A note created on May 14, 1917, handwritten and stamped on the top and the bottom with the name of Basile Nahas, Pastor of St. Joseph's Church, 293 Oak St., Lawrence, Mass. It confirms that Kareem Smaho, son of John Smaho Wadish, was born May 25,…
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A letter from Basile Nahas, written on September 12 1912, certifying that Bashir [Bashiri] Simon was baptized on June 5, 1907. The letter was written on behalf of Kathkfa Simon on the request of her husband George Simon, who was going to New York. It…
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A baptismal record for Elias Shaia, certifying his date of birth as January 14, 1905 and date of baptism as February 20, 1905. It lists his father's name as Mikle Shaia and mother's name as Habouba Hable and their address as 323 Elm St. His godfather…
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An Arabic letter handwritten FR. Basila Nahas on November 28, 1914. It confirms the birthdate of Annie alRaei on August 15, 1897, age (17). A stamp at the top indicates that it was written by the pastor of St. Joseph's Church in Lawrence,…
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A handwritten letter in Arabic. Confirm baptism of Malecha (Maleka) AlDebis on November 10, 1893. Written by FR. Basile Nahas on August 28, 1918.
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