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Browsing Digitized Materials from Michael W. Suleiman Collection by Title

Browsing Digitized Materials from Michael W. Suleiman Collection by Title

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  • Rihani, Ameen [Fares] (Al-Sa'ih, 1918-09-16)
    A letter of support and encouragement for Syrian/Arab Americans to fight for the new homeland, even under some difficult conditions that are related to their poor English.
  • Mukhlissa (Al-Sa'ih, 1921-01-27)
    A female writer argues for polygamy for women, not men.
  • Mitraj, Salimah (Al-Sa'ih, 1916-06-22)
    The story of a teenage Syrian girl who loses her virginity to the man who was to be her husband -- and then is abandoned by him, her family and society. Writer argues that the man should be punished for this crime since ...
  • Unknown author (New-York Tribune, 1903-10-11)
    Details the daily life and trade of Arab men and women in the New York City area, their peddling, shops, and factories. Arab population is estimated at six thousand in New York City, and an additional forty thousand in ...
  • Mahasin (Al-Sa'ih, 1920-10-18)
    Argues for marriage based on compatibility of spirit and personality.
  • Beale, E.F. (U.S. Government, 1858)
    Beale's narrative of the survey of a wagon road near the 35th parallel is full of admiration and praise of the camels. Beale named his favorite camel "Seid" (p. 34), but hardly mentioned the cameleers.
  • Ankiri, As'ad (Al-Hoda, 1901-03-30)
    Writer uses words and "voices" of others to "evaluate" Arabic newspapers in the U.S., but in fact his intention is to attack his opponents, especially Meraat-ul-Gharb and its editor. In the process, he exonerates the editor ...
  • Beverly, Ben (Centennial Publishing Co., 1876)
    Some references and discussion of the Turkish, Tunisian, Egyptian and Algerian exhibits at the Philadelphia 1876 Fair.
  • Karam, Afifa (Al-Hoda, 1904-07-02)
    Argues that there is a difference between freedom and license. Freedom means that a man allows his wife to do all she is capable of in a virtuous manner.
  • Karam, Afifa (Al-Hoda, 1904-12-29)
    Women are presented as the most important in the life of men throughout the years -- and, therefore, should be educated and should be treated with
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1920-04)
    In answer to the question as to which is better for a Syrian/Arab girl, to work at a factory or as a secretary in an office, Tannous argues that it depends on the interests/capabilities of the girl. In either case, good ...
  • Ajami, Tawfiq (Meraat-ul-Gharb, 1915-04-19)
    The writer argues that "Syrians," despite their claims of patriotism, have not helped "Syria." They did, however, rush to provide financial help and to volunteer in the American army in the war against Mexico.
  • Saab, Niqula Selim (Meraat-ul-Gharb, 1915-05-21)
    Argues that Archimandrite Aftimios Ofiesh is both qualified and most deserving to be the bishop of Brooklyn to succeed the deceased Raphael Hawaweeny.
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1922-08)
    Relates different reasons for why a man leaves his home and wife, mostly based on personality differences, and lack of consideration on part of the wife.
  • Mufarrij, Tawfiq (Al-Hilal, 1914)
    Story of a Lebanese woman who left her gambling/drunkard of a husband and two children and immigrated to the U.S. to get a new start in life. Writer approves, tells her to defy society and tell her story openly, and he ...
  • Rihbany, Abraham Mitrie (American Unitarian Association, 1910)
    For Unitarians, Jesus provides a good example of a "leader" to follow, not a savior in the traditional Christian sense.
  • Juhayna (Al-Ayyam, 1898-11-14)
    This incomplete series of perceptive articles discusses the need for "Syrian" rebellion against the Ottomans--and what is required for success. Areas of discussion include newspapers, rights and obligations if citizens, ...
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1920-05)
    Advises women that, to hold onto their husbands, they need to continue to have good grooming and good clothes, etc. after marriage, as they did before.
  • Assaf, Khalil (Al-Hoda, 1904-07)
    Author rails against Syrian/Arab-American men forcing women to peddle, even at the risk of shame and indecency -- all for the welfare and comfort of men.
  • Tannous, Victoria (Al-Akhlaq, 1920-07)
    Argues for equal education and opportunity for work for women -- until they get married. Also, states that man is the head of the household and the wife should obey her husband.

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