George Harb, Museum Director of A Journey Through Palestine, straightening one of the artifacts on display. Jacksonville, FL, United States, June 30th-July 3rd, 2021.
Pictured is Harb Nassif Harb and his family. Pictured (from left to right) is Nidal, Harb, Isa, Harb’s wife Salwa, Amal Harb Shamieh, Tarroub Harb Faramand, and Harb’s mother Zareefeh. Ramallah, Palestine, ca. 1970s
Pictured is a group of family and friends enjoying their time over a meal of Mansaf; (from left to right) Standing is Jameel Totah, Nicola Dudum, Yousef Ankar, Salem Rizkallah, and Jeries Eways. Seated next to those standing in the back row are Ibrahim Akel, Nimer Misleh, and Jeries Shunnarah. Seated in the front row [...]
Pictured (from left to right) is Yacoub Rabah, Issa Akel, Badia Rabah, Ellen Akel, and Harb Harb. Ramallah, Palestine 🇵🇸, ca. 1955
Pictured is the engagement of Talat Harb to his fiancée. To his left is his brother Harb Harb with his wife, and to his left is his brother Ghandi with his wife Mary Masad Harb. This was taken at the home of Talat’s fiancée’s father in Tulkarm. Tulkarem, Palestine, August 1966
Pictured is the wedding of Ibrahim Shihadeh Harb to his wife Bahiyya Badran Harb Ramallah, Palestine 🇵🇸, ca. 1924
Pictured are members of Ramallah’s Freemasons. (From left to right): Standing: Jameel Baseel Harb, Ibrahim Kaibni, Hanna Salem Jaber, Khaleel Rasheed, and Yousef Cadoura Sitting: Abdallah Dughman, unknown, Saleem Shihadeh, Mogannam Mogannam, and unknown. Ramallah, Palestine 🇵🇸, ca. 1925
Pictured is the wedding of Issa Harb to Hannah Toushie, Church of The Nativity, Bethlehem, Palestine, 1957,
A meeting between Ramallah men and Jordanian military officers, taken at the then Grand Hotel. Pictured (left to right) is Essa Akel, General Mohammad Sadi of the Jordanian Army, Nassif Harb, George Shunnarah, Essa Kassis, Jaleel Harb, and Hanna Essa Khalaf. Ramallah, Palestine, 1953
Pictured (from left to right) is Anis Shkereh (playing the oud), Riad Ghanim (playing the tableh), Sami Harb, and Issa Jamil Harb, all others are unidentifiable. Ramallah, Palestine, 1966.