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Near East Relief letterhead


Letterhead of the Near East Relief Agricultural Committee

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May 28, 2015


“Industrial Training for Boys”


Page 11 from Near East Relief booklet featuring orphans in various locations

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Thank you letter with a boy in overalls


Near East Relief appeal letter from New York state director Irving Gumb featuring a little boy in an orphanage outfit.

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May 4, 2015


Thank you letter with nurse and baby


Thank you letter signed by New York State office director Irving Gumb featuring a picture of a nurse holding a smiling baby.

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Map of evacuations


Map showing evacuations of orphans and relief workers from Ottoman Turkey in the wake of the Smyrna disaster and the advancement of the Kemalist army.

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Children playing with carts


Children from the Birds’ Nest playing with toy carts made by boys at Maameltein Orphanage. Includes Nellie Miller’s original handwritten caption.

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May 1, 2015


Ambassador Morgenthau’s July 16, 1915 telegram


Ambassador Morgenthau’s July 16, 1915 telegram to the U.S. Department of State referencing deportations of Armenians.

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Group of girls at summer camp


Group of girls at summer camp

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“New and Choice Bits from the Orient” advertisement


Advertisement for Near East Industries products.

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April 30, 2015


“Rare Things” advertisement


Advertisement for Near East Industries products.

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“A Corner of Old Stamboul”


Advertisement for Near East Industries goods.

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The Life of a Child appeal booklet


Booklet with coupons for child sponsorship. Each one-dollar coupon in the book supported a child for one week. This booklet was designed by George Silloway, secretary of the Pennsylvania Near East Relief chapter.

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“Redeem the Children”


Flyer featuring a small boy named Dikran. Individual children were often used to put a human face on relief work.

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Vaccination certificate


Near East Relief vaccination certificate for Satenig Mazmanian from the orphanage in Athens, Greece. Satenig later settled in France.

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