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  • Boyd, R. Vernon (Mission, 1968-07)
  • Harnett, Thelma (Christian Echo, 1969-01)
  • Unknown author (Christian Chronicle, 1965-08-13)
  • Hariqa, Haikal al-Khuri (Al-Hoda, 1904-12-06)
    Qualities to look for in boys and girls who are seeking marriage partners. Supervised contact between boys and girls is better than no contact (Eastern tradition) or unsupervised contact (Western tradition).
  • McFaul, Brad (Gospel Advocate, 1978-09-21)
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1921-04)
    While Tannous accepts inter-religious marriage in principle, she opposes it in practice because of differences in upbringing and customs which will make for an unhappy marriage.
  • Unknown author (Bristol Road School of Biblical Studies, 1977-05)
  • Unknown author (9999)
  • Ibn Dawud (Al-Sa'ih, 1913-08-25)
    Argues that society's progress is dependent on the education of women and the attainment of their rights. States that Syrian/Arab women are still under the authority of their menfolk and should become equal to men -- but ...
  • Lawyer, Robert F. (Gospel Advocate, 1944)
  • Kohn, Douglas (Detroit Institute of Arts, 1980-08)
  • Royal Oak 
    Boyd, R. Vernon (1986)
  • Unknown author (9999)
  • Unknown author (Christian Chronicle, 1967)
  • Unknown author (Christian Chronicle, 1965-07-30)
  • Chung, Sally; Derrick, Karlee (Marygrove College, 2015-07-13)
    Sally Chung was born in Taipei, Taiwan. Her parents immigrated first and worked to bring Sally (age 3) and her siblings. She did not see her parents for nine years while she lived in Taiwan with her grandfather. When she ...
  • Foote, Sandra A.; Avant, Crystal (Marygrove College, 2015-07-20)
    Marygrove College student Crystal Avant interviews her mother, Sandra Foote, about her experiences moving to Detroit. Sandra Foote grew up in New Orleans and lived a sheltered life with a close-knit Creole community. Foote ...
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1921-11)
    Advises Arab men to teach their women how to spend wisely and to trust them with household expenses.
  • Unknown author (Los Angeles Herald, 1909-11-05)
    On 4 Nov. 1909, Judge George H. Hutton of the Los Angeles County Superior court held that Syrians were eligible for U.S. citizenship and that, therefore, George Shesheim was qualified to be a U.S. citizen.
  • Rihani, Ameen (Al-Hoda, 1904-03)
    In a series of articles, Rihani distances himself from the clergy; declares that he searches in his own soul for divinity; prefers the roads less traveled; and wishes liberty/freedom would be transported from U.S. to the East.

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