The Kahlil Gibran Collective

The Artist The Poet The Man

The Kahlil Gibran Digital Archive

Search Digital Archive
Reset

In Digital Archive

Nahnu wa Antum [We and You], Mira'at al-Gharb, vol. 12 no. 1316, January 6, 1911, p. 1 [digitized by the Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA]. 

Tags: arabic, Mira'atal-gharb, newspaper, poem, Unitedstates, weandyou

In Digital Archive

Bayna Layl wa Sabah [Between Night and Morn], Al-Hilal, June 1919, pp. 777-781

Tags: 1919, Al-Hilal, June, newspaper, poem

In Digital Archive

Yasu' al-Maslub [The Crucified], Al-Hilal, October 1919, pp. 97-99.
Tags: 1919, Al-Hilal, arabic, newspaper, october, poem

In Digital Archive

Mustaqbal al-Lughat al-'arabiat wa al-'alam al-'arabi [The Future of Arabic and the Arab World], Al-Hilal, March 1920, pp. 489-497.
Tags: 1920, Al-Hilal, arabic, march, newspaper, poem

In Digital Archive

Young Arab Artist of Boston, Whose Beautiful Creations are a Source of Wonder, Boston Sunday Post, March 27, 1904, p. 29.
Tags: 1904, article, Boston, march, newspaper, SundayPost

In Digital Archive

Marguerite Mooers Marshall, Set Womankind Free and There'll Be no War, Says Oriental Painter, Born on Mt. Lebanon, The Evening World, Saturday, December 12, 1914, p. 8.

Tags: 1914, article, Marguerite, Marshall, Mooers, newspaper

In Digital Archive

Ruth Danenhower, Artist Puts Roosevelt, Wilson and Edison in His Temple of Fame, The New York Press, Sunday Morning, June 7, 1914, p. 9.

Tags: 1914, article, newspaper, NewYork, Roosevelt, RuthDanenhower, TempleofFame, TheNewYorkPress, Wilson

In Digital Archive

Ellis Grossman, ‘Prophet’ Profit Big Success, The Desert Sun, Palm Springs, California, Wednesday, May 22, 1974.

Tags: 1974, article, newspaper, TheDesertSun