The Near East Relief orphanages required an astonishing amount of food. Where did it come from?
Announcing the Nellie Miller Mann Collection, a captivating group of images illustrating one relief worker’s time with Near East Relief. The Collection is now available in our digital archive.
Near East Relief used bright colors, emotional images, and heartfelt slogans to capture the attention of the American people.
There are several excellent guides available for teaching about the Armenian Genocide, but there has never been a curriculum specific to Near East Relief’s work — until now.
Near East Relief began as an emergency relief operation but quickly evolved into a massive orphanage school system.
Learn how Zadi made the journey from Near East Relief orphan to American child, capturing the heart of a nation in the process.
Have you had a chance to see They Shall Not Perish: The Story of Near East Relief on display in Los Angeles or Washington, D.C.? Would you like to see the exhibition to your own city?