Fouad Michael Al Akl papers
Papers (1920-1971) of F. M. Al Akl consist of correspondence, photographs, writings, and other materials documenting his various activities.
- Al Akl, F. M. (Fouad Michael), 1903- (Person)
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F. M. Al Akl (1903-1971) was a surgeon, author, poet, photographer, inventor, and art collector. He was born in Egypt, educated there, and received his M.D. from the American University of Beirut. After postgraduate training in London, Paris, and Vienna, he came to New York, where he practiced medicine and was active in Arab American affairs in addition to the activities listed above. He was decorated by the governments of Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon.
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