This is the story of a young boy, Julius W. (Jay) Mirza, born into a Christian Assyrian Family, living in a Muslim nation, who emigrates from Iran. He and his little brother must leave the bosom of their loving family to seek an education in a foreign country in order to live a better life a life of both personal responsibility and freedom. He must enter a British boy's school in India, without any knowledge of the English language. He will not see his family but once in six years. After graduation, his education takes him first to England, then America, where he graduates with a degree in Architectural Engineering. The heart wrenching sacrifices of his parents for their son's education finds full reward in Jay's success in life his architectural practice his family, his home and his community involvement. This is a story of an immigrant to America for whom, with hard work and dedication, the American dream came true.CHARTER. 20. Sacramento. Career. Change, . 1964-. 1999. My first job was with Mau and Barnum, Architects. ... The flrrn now had five employees with my addition to their staff. Since computer-aided drafting (CAD) had not been invented at that time, we used a manual technique of T-square and triangle for ... In September 21, 1964, I was granted a California State License No. ... Most people do not realize that a graduate from an architectural school was not permitted to use the titleanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Assyrian - Dream The Mirza Family Story|
|Author||:||Julius W. Mirza|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-05-03|