Hadj Tahar, Moroccan Entertainment Manager, Arrived in US in 1876
Julia Doyle, Tahar’s Bride, 1887
Moroccans at the Chicago World Fair, 1893
Hassan Ben Ali (N°7) and his troupe 1893, N°6 Salleen Nasser. N°5 Fredo Hajji, acrobat, native of Tangier. N°8 Kablen Dahdooh. N°9 Abraham Ben Hamo, native of Bameide, Morocco. N°1 Ben Sahib. N°3 Solayman Ben Damod. N°3 Saad Kablen Dahdooh. N°4 Stamato Kolema, a Berber.
Hassan Ben Ali and his troupe, 1894.
Hassan Ben Ali and his Troupe in New York.
A Riffian Arrives at Ellis Island, 1910
Dancing Girls from Tangier, 1904
Moroccan exhibited at St Louis World Fair, 1904
Moroccan horse exhibited at St Louis World Fair, 1904.
Moroccans at Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Loui, 1904
Riffian for The Garden of Allah, New York, 1910
Fadma, Moroccan Dancer, 1913
Hadj Ali Ben Mohamed: Passport Application, November 1915
Moroccan Village, Chicago World Fair 1933
Moroccan Gate at Chocago World’s Fair, 1933
Scene from the Moroccan Village, Century of Progress International Exposition, 1933-1934
A snake charmer at the Moroccan Village, Century of Progress International Exposition, 1933-1934
The Mogador Troupe, 1938
The Troupe of Wazzane
Mohammed Amun, Moroccan peddler in America, 1945-1946
Fatima Wazzan Brahim, 1955
Moulay, Fatima Wazzan’s Husband
The Troupe Of Hamid-Morton
Antar Wazzan, the head of the Wazzan troupe 1950s-1980s, and his wife Beverly.
Miss Zahra Kader, Circus Performer in US, 1950
Sultan Mohammed V at a fashion show in Dallas, 1957