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Karoub family papers, circa 1947-circa 2005

0.2 linear feet — 5 sound discs (78 rpm) — 6 GB (online)

Family of Husayn Kharub (Hussein Karoub), imam of the first mosque in North America, in Highland Park, Mich. Collection includes family history materials, publications, and sound recordings by and about family members. Sound recordings include recitations, interviews, poetry readings, and musical performances.

The Karoub Family papers document the history of Imam Hussein Karoub and his family in the United States of America. The collection is made up of biographical materials, some publications and family sound recordings.


Sound Recordings


The Sound Recordings series (0.1 linear feet, 5 sound discs, 2.5 GB) includes recordings of Imam Hussein Karoub and other family members, including Imam Karoub's recitation of the Athan, a conversation with Wajih Salah of the United Nations, singing and poetry reading by family members including Nabiha, Mohammad, and Carl Karoub; also a recording of 50th anniversary dinner for Imam Hussein Karoub. The recordings are found in 5 Wilcox-Gay Recordio disks (78 rpm, circa 1947-1949) and 1 tape reel (1961).