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Bal masqué of children, Joseph Hajjar, 2nd left, Nina Hajjar, snapping her finger and dressed as gypsy, Rabecca Hajjar, behind Nina, Jean Jack Hajjar, middle dressed as mouse, Raymong Hajjar behind him, Yvonne Shaiyb (?) behind Raymond, Lucy Hajjar, mother, way behind, Karim Hajjar, older man center, Edgar Hajjar, 2nd right. The rest I do not know
Note: Nina won for her gypsy outfit which, incidentally, was borrewed from Tante Marie Hajjar,
her aunt, and confiscated by the organizing nuns after the ball.

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