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A cover of the New Near East magazine shows the ship that is sent with donated items to refugees in Constantinople.
August 1, 2018
The story of Aurora Mardiganian who survived while for millions perished in ravished Armenia.
Agriculture and farming in Alexandropol
Graduating from the orphanage.
Relief workers, soldiers and children standing close to Near East Relief sign on a train.
Boys train in a machine shop in the Caucasus region, c. 1920
July 31, 2018
A group of rescued orphans standing together with an Armenian priest. The background is a building with one door and two windows.
group of relief workers men and women standing together on a ship.
July 27, 2018
Tents in Beirut sheltering Armenian refugees in Syria. The photo in the magazine shows the tents located close to the seaside.
July 25, 2018
Orphan girls getting an education in the orphanages in Syra. The education in the two photos is focused on tailoring and cooking.
A cover of The New Near East magazine with a photo of a child and text encouraging Americans to donate to the Near East Relief to support orphans.
Orphans reading books and getting an education through one of the teachers assigned by the Near East Relief.
An article describes America’s amazing job in supporting thousands of refugees and children.Add New
A certificate by the Sunday school that is awarded to those who are taking care of the orphans.
An article with illustrations from the New Near East magazine. The text and the illustrations encourage Americans in different ways to raise money to support Armenians.
An article about Annie T. Allen and her work at the Near East Relief.
A photo of a mother carrying her child on her back. Her hair is covered.
An article about Thurber and the orphanages at Syra.
Article by Washington Times.
A cablegram for raising money to the Near East Relief.
A text that tells a story of two children to remember.
A photo of Armenians on a train seeking refuge at somewhere safe.
A photo of the people and a horse killed and few men standing around disgusted, watching their bodies.
An article about The Near East Relief in the Pacific and the story of ” Alice In Wonderland”, how it was used in a different way as ” Alice In HungerLand”
An Article about Alice in Hungerland, the story of Near East Relief and Hollywood stars helping thousands of displaced Armenians.
The Golden Rule is the biblical rule of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” On international Golden Rule Sunday, the Near East Relief reminds people to support refugees and orphans in the religious occasion. Some of the Hollywood stars helped the Near East Relief in fundraising.
A cover of the New York Times with a photo of refugees tents.
July 20, 2018
Eve Southern was an American film actress and a Hollywood film star. In the photo, she is holding a pot written on it, Golden Rule.
Group of refugees saved by an unknown aid worker.
A publication about the importance of education for orphans. In the image, there is a photo of a group of orphans standing with each other.
An article from Team Work magazine
A photo of a house ruins in Alexandropol with children and people walking around it.
Two Armenian women wearing their folklore outfit, seating under a big tree.
Handwriting on the back of the photo of Mr & Mrs. George White.
A flyer advertising the products of the projects supported by the Near East Relief.
An article with the description of the supplies that are sent to the serve orphans in the nurseries of the Near East Relief. The photo in the article is of three toddlers that are left in the nurseries while their widowed mothers were working.
A photo of refugees seeking safety and shelter in Greece. In the photo children and their parents are boarding on barges.
Two photos of orphans looking for pieces of bread to eat.
July 19, 2018
A photograph of a refugee boy with a hat receiving food.
An article about the birds’ nest orphanage in Beirut. The photos show the children in the orphanage playing and enjoying their time.
Booklet with photos of Near East Relief projects for refugees and in need communities.
Booklet with photos of Near East Relief projects for refugees and in need communities.
An article encourages Americans to support orphans and orphanages of the Near East Relief. The photo in the article is of a child that is eating and looks healthy.
A photograph of a Near East Relief shelter’s exterior design and architecture.
Photograph shows a train with the sign ” American Near East Relief”
An article about the Birds’ Nest orphanage in Lebanon. The article comes with photos of children who live at the orphanage.
A booklet shows the legacy of Near East Relief, agriculture, and education.
Five photos in a booklet including beneficiaries in different countries.
The poster shows the legacy of Near East Relief in supporting different communities. Beneficiaries in the photos attending different classes including sports, agriculture, and research laboratories in Malawi.
Magazine cover, American Committee for Armenian and Syrian relief
Flight of the orphan host from Turkish persecution
An article about Miss Myrtle who was the last American woman who remained in Alexandropol after other women fled the area seeking safety from the red armies.
July 12, 2018
Mr. Cleveland E. Dodge, Treasurer of Near East Relief.
Woman and child standing over a child who died within sight of safety in Aleppo
July 3, 2018
Refugee burial ground at Etchmiadzin
Prominent Armenians arrested from Constantinople on April 24, 1915.
Twenty-six children picked up from the streets of Samsoun.
Refugees in hospital, the medical staff of the Near East Relief is taking care of them.
July 2, 2018
The Leviathan transported the first large group of Near East Relief volunteers in Feb. 1919. Image courtesy of the Library of Congress, Bain Collection.
An article described the workers’ medal designed by Walter Thompson to overseas workers of Near East Relief in recognition of their splendid service.
An article describes the chances an orphan has when being exposed to the American education in provided by the Near East Relief schools.
Portrait of Annie T. Allen from 1890
June 27, 2018
A poster published by the Near East Relief to encourage people to participate in supporting refugees and orphans. The poster consists of the words “Save The Survivors” a campaign to collect donations.
A poster published by the Near East Relief to encourage people to participate in supporting refugees and orphans. In the poster a boy climbing the mountain with the help of a person who has an American flag on his sleeves.
A poster published by the Near East Relief to encourage people to participate in supporting refugees and orphans. In the poster, there is a mother with her two children with no shelter or food.
Agriculture was one of the ways that Near East Relief helped the refugees to earn their own living. The article is written by Dr. O.S.Morgan, with photos are of Dr. Morgan and a farmer.
An article mention Bessie Murdoch who was a nurse settled down at the Turkish borders to serve refugees in that area.
June 26, 2018
An article was written by Charles W.Fowle in which he recommended in the article about the solution that might be suitable for the refugees to find jobs in the crowded Beirut area. One of the solutions is to provide farms to start agriculture projects.
Kentucky native Constance Sheltman left her job as a school bookkeeper in 1920 to start her career as a Near East Relief worker. She helped employ thousands of refugee women.
Americans who worked at the Near East participated in saving lives of many Armenians. Cushman views the boat that was created by one of the students in the orphanage. The article talks about her experience while being part of a team that supports and helps the Armenian.
Medical care in Greece. Healing children and helping them to get better and recover sickness. In the picture nurse, doctors and children laying on hospital beds. A person with a suit standing on the right side of the photo.
June 22, 2018
Armenian and Greek Families, men, women, and children leaving Turkey after the genocide. People are holding sacs and bags with their personal belongings. People are waiting for the aid of the Near East Relief.
Men, women, and children being rescued in barges on the way to Greece where they can find safe shelter.
June 19, 2018
Nellie Mann with three children from the orphanage in Seydon Syria. Mann, kneeling embracing her three children who look happy and healthy. The four of them are in the woods.
Mother with her dead children, the Armenian cry after the genocide. In the photo, the mother sitting down on the floor with her dead children wrapped in white cloths laying on the ground in the woods.
Two Unknown refugees sleeping on the floor, covered with a blanket.
June 14, 2018
This map shows the shifting scene of Near East Relief activities since the Smyrna disaster. 1,250,000 Armenians, Greeks, and other fled from Turkey to Syria, Greece, and Islands of the Aegean.
A living map of the Near East, 4200 boys and girls at Alexandropol forming the map of Near East efforts in Palestine, Turkey, Armenia, and Greece. The map is formed on a hill.
The Golden Rule is the biblical rule of “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” On international Golden Rule Sunday, the Near East reminds people to support refugees and orphans in that religious occasion. The map shows the work of the Near East Relief of the previous year.
A map presents the Near East Relief appeal to help the most desperate areas in the world. Mostly the areas are around Armenia, Turkey, some parts of Iraq and Syria.
A map of the Near East Relief operations in The Mediterranean Sea countries. The map includes the locations of the evacuated areas, orphanages, agriculture, refugees industries and displaced families.
A map that shows the operations of Near East Relief in the northern parts of the Middle East and some parts of Europe that surround the Black Sea.
Two boys standing together, the youngest is kissing the other one on his cheek. The two boys standing wearing good clothing in a green area. They look safe and happy.
A boy ringing the Christmas bell in celebration of the religious occasion. The support of the Christmas celebration was possible by the Near East relief effort in collecting gifts for the children in orphanages.
The ” Food Shelter Education” cover is to educate donors about how to help the refugees. In the cover, there are two girls standing together looking at a house with a door.
June 13, 2018
Boys in an orphanage sitting on their beds. The first housing in the Caucasus. Children have to share beds, many were displaced and there were not enough beds for everyone.
Armenian refugees on the road to another refugee place. Families walking together, looking for a new shelter.
Boys standing in a line to get soup in an orphanage, Bardizag Turkey.
Children and teenagers in an orphanage in Konia, Turkey.
Mother with her children using the road to live at after being displaced.
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