Book describing Texas and the United States for people interested in emigrating from Germany (in German)Pauer, FriedrichView Full Item in University of Texas at Arlington Library
Book describing Texas and the United States for people interested in emigrating from Germany. Viii, 256 p. 19 cm.
The priest’s blessing for Irish emigrants leaving homeView Full Image in Art and Picture Collection. The New York Public Library
Written on border: "May 10, 1851
Illustration of official registering names at Castle Garden immigration station, Battery Park, New York CityView Full Image in Art and Picture Collection. The New York Public Library
Illustration of German emigrants to Salt Lake City at Castle Garden, New YorkView Full Image in Art and Picture Collection. The New York Public Library
Telegram Sent by J. S. Rodgers, Commissioner of Immigration at the Philadelphia Field Office, to Josef NowakDepartment of the Treasury. Bureau of Immigration. Philadelphia Field Office. 1895-1903View Full Item in National Archives at Philadelphia
This is a telegram sent by John J. S. Rogers, Commissioner of Immigration at the Philadelphia Field Office, informing Josef Nowak of the arrival of Tensia Bielska and child.
Identification papers for Chinese immigrant Chet IdeeDepartment of the Treasury. Bureau of Immigration. Philadelphia Field Office. 1895-1903View Full Item in National Archives at Philadelphia
This is an Identification Paper of Chet Idee to document Chinese Appearing at the National Export Exposition in 1899 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Illustration of the Registry Department, Ellis IslandCastaigne, J. AndréView Full Image in Art and Picture Collection. The New York Public Library
Artist's signature and date of creation printed on image.
A postcard of a street scene in New York CityÛªs Lower East Side, a neighborhood that housed many immigrants at turn of the twentieth century, ca. 1900.View Full Item in College of Charleston Libraries
Color postcard of a street scene in New York's Jewish Lower East Side.
Article about Chinese men at the Custom-House, San FranciscoView Full Item in UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
People disembarking in America from an immigrant shipView Full Image in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
Emigrants on the Battery in New York CityNew York (State). Education Dept. Division of Visual InstructionView Full Image in New York State Archives
Immigrants stand in groups beside piles of luggage on a broad, tree-lined sidewalk near the Battery in New York City. Some of the immigrants appear to be making travel arrangements with drivers of wag…
Letter from Mathilde Wichmann to President Theodore Roosevelt Regarding Female Boarding Inspectors at Ellis IslandDepartment of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service. 6/14/1940-3/1/2003View Full Item in National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference
In this letter, Mathilde Wichmann, former Immigrant Inspector, explains the work undertaken by female boarding inspectors at Ellis Island.
German passengers on the S.S. Konigen Luise leaving Bremen for AmericaAbbeggView Full Item in Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Company catalog card included. Similar to RSN 20079. Currently stored in box 3.1.13 . 40084 Cancelled by scratching. GERMANY TOUR Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History : Ar…
Detention building at Angel Island immigration stationView Full Item in San Francisco Public Library
Folder: S.F. Islands-Angel-1920's. Permission to use this image must be obtained from the San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library: www.sfpl.org/permissions.
Angel Island Chinese immigrant detention center, dormitory room interior, San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, California, 2003Berndt, JerryView Full Item in University of Southern California. Libraries
Black and White photograph: Angel Island Chinese immigrant detention center, dormitory room interior. San Francisco Bay, San Francisco, California, June 24, 2003. From 1910 until 1945, Angel Island se…
Bill of Fare for the Immigrant Dining Room at Ellis IslandDepartment of Justice. Immigration and Naturalization Service. 6/14/1940-3/1/2003View Full Item in National Archives at Washington, DC - Textual Reference
This document is a menu for the Immigrant Dining Room on Ellis Island.
Imperial Japanese goverment-issued passportImperial Japanese GovernmentView Full Item in California State University, Dominguez Hills, Archives and Special Collections
The official passport and documentation of Take Ishibashi written in English, French, and Japanese also includes her photograph, the date in which she saw this document in Kobe, Japan, and when she wa…
Pages from immigrant bride Fadwa Haddad’s diaryView Full Item in Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Copyright status unknown. Request reproduction permission from Archives Center. In Series ?, Box ?, Folder ? Writen in Arabic. Fadwa Haddad was a young immigrant bride. Faris and Yamna Naff Arab-Ameri…
Immigrants on Deck of Steamer awaiting debarkation at Ellis IslandNew York (State). Education Dept. Division of Visual InstructionView Full Image in New York State Archives
View of immigrants, mostly women and children, on the deck of a steamship waiting to disembark at Ellis Island. Most of the women and girls wear headscarves and sit on the floor. A few men stand in th…
Letter from Miguel Venegas in Los Angeles to his father Juan Venegas in Mexico, October 3, 1927Venegas, Miguel, 1897-1994View Full Item in Loyola Marymount University, Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library
Spanish letter accompanied with English translation by Dr. Maria Teresa Venegas. Handwritten family correspondence from Miguel in Los Angeles to his father Juan Venegas in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico…
Photograph of Jewish immigrants on the deck of a ship, early 1900sView Full Item in College of Charleston Libraries
Black-and-white photograph of Jewish immigrants on the deck of a ship.
Immigration clearance check, 1937Ishibashi FamilyView Full Item in California State University, Dominguez Hills, Archives and Special Collections
A 'check' to be submitted once the shop has passed quarantine, upon arrival in the United States. This check was issued to Miye Washimura on her trip from Kobe, Japan to Los Angeles. However, Miye Was…
Official immigration document issued by American Consulate General in Vienna, 1938View Full Item in Loyola Marymount University, Department of Archives and Special Collections, William H. Hannon Library
German document; official immigration document from the American Consulate General in Vienna, Germany, to Anna and Heinrich Mandl on September 10, 1938, with numbers 46330 and 46331 on the waiting lis…
Declaration of Intention for Russian composer and conductor Igor StravinskyU.S. District Court for the Central District of California. 3/18/1966-View Full Item in National Archives at RiversideNational Archives at Riverside
This item is the Declaration of Intention for United States citizenship filed by Igor Stravinsky. The declaration lists Mr. Stravinsky's name, address, dates of birth and immigration, place of birth,…
Certificate of Lawful Entry for Antonio R. Calvo from MexicoUnited States. Dept. of JusticeView Full Item in California State University, Northridge
Antonio Regalado Calvo (1900-1973) and Maria de la Luz Mendez Calvo (1896-1982) were immigrants from Sonora, Mexico. They made a life together as the owners of a small Mexican restaurant, Las Delicias…
Polish Holocaust survivors Renee and Michael arriving in New York 1947Kolender, Pincus, 1926-2008View Full Item in College of Charleston Libraries
Photograph was taken by the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society in January, 1947 while Renee and Michael were still aboard ship. The original photograph is in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Was…
Chinese immigrant family hosts arrival celebration dinner in Los AngelesView Full Item in Los Angeles Public Library
Hom family members celebrate their arrival to the United States at the New Moon Restaurant in San Pedro St. in Los Angeles. Henry Hom is on the far left and his wife Sandy is the woman holding the bab…
Photograph of a Cambodian family, who fled ahead of Communist forces, applying for resident statusGulker, ChrisView Full Item in Los Angeles Public Library
Naing Him, left, wife Horn Seanna, and son Naing Sophead, age 2, tells their story of their flight from Cambodia ahead of Communist forces. They are seated in the cafeteria of the DWP building where t…
Oral history of Vietnamese immigrant, Dan The LeLe, Dan TheView Full Item in UC Irvine, Libraries, Southeast Asian Archive
This is an oral history on Dan Le, a boat refugee who left Vietnam after the Fall of Saigon and ended up resettling in America. The purpose of this oral history project is to capture a part of Dan’s l…
Henry Sugimoto painting, Going to AmericaSugimoto, HenryView Full Item in Japanese American National Museum
Signed in medium, bottom left corner: H. Sugimoto; poem written in Japanese on upper right of painting, translated: A man with ambition leaves his village; / Unless he accomplishes his mission, / He w…
Child’s drawing contrasting Cambodia with Lowell, MassachusettsOuer, BunrathView Full Image in University of Massachusetts Lowell, Center for Lowell History
Resettlement process for Hmong immigrants in WisconsinLor, PaoView Full Image in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
DPI member Chia Vang (on the right) speaking with an official while people are being processed for resettlement.
Flight boarding instructions for Hmong immigrants en route to the U.S.Lor, PaoView Full Image in University of Wisconsin Digital Collections
A woman is looking at departure lists to the left of flight boarding instructions to the United States. For a closeup of the postings, see image 47.
The Journey from Sweden to AmericaBlomstrom, Helen SpiersView Full Item in McCulloch County Historical Commission
Booklet discussing the history of the Blomstrom family from their time in Sweden to their arrival in America. It includes photographs and illustrations of the family, as well as the coat of arms for L…
Oral History of Somali immigrant, Mustafa JumaleJumale, MustafaView Full Item in Immigration History Research Center
Mustafa Jumale was born in 1989 in Mogadishu, Somalia. He is the second youngest of eleven siblings. His parents fled Somalia when civil war broke out in 1991. His family migrated to America soon afte…