Zina, Saleh Ghutass and Olga Karraa, 1954
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The image is a digital reproduction of a sepia photograph donated by Kathy Sa'ade Kenny.
The image depicts Katrina Sa'ade's younger sister Zina (left seated), her husband Saleh Ghutass (right standing) wearing a kuffiyeh and 'iqal, the traditional headdress and black cord worn by Arab men in rural and Bedouin areas. Standing behind them in the image is Olga Karra'a, the niece of Katrina Sa'ade from her older sister Na'me. The second image depicts a written description of the photograph of Zina and Saleh. The description is written in ink in Arabic and underneath is an English translation in pencil. The image is a scan of an original print.
This image exists as part of the Sa'ade Family collection within the Katrina Sa'ade project of the Planet Bethlehem Archive.