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An Albanian woman wearing her native costume

Danish man.

Petition to the City of Savannah.

Resolution of the Savannah City Council to prevent Blacks from entering the city following the Haitian Revolution.

Serbian Gypsies

Italian at Ellis Island

Peinture : arrivée d'une famille asiatique en Égypte (Beni Haçen -- XIIe. dynastie)

Photograph of a Group of Immigrants Outside a Building on Ellis Island

Photograph of Immigrants Outside a Building on Ellis Island

Photograph of Immigrants Buying Railroad Tickets on Ellis Island

Public Health Service officers examining immigrants arriving to Ellis Island

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

Nothing's too good for the Irish

Nothing's too good for the Irish

Nothing's too good for the Irish

The Irish discovery

Nothing's too good for the Irish

The Irish discovery

Nothing's too good for the Irish

The Irish discovery

The Irish discovery

Nothing's too good for the Irish

A transplanted shamrock

A transplanted shamrock

A transplanted shamrock

A transplanted shamrock

A transplanted shamrock

A transplanted shamrock

Àl là gà zam

Àl là gà zam

Àl là gà zam

Àl là gà zam

Àl là gà zam

Àl là gà zam

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

Tim Reilly

Tim Reilly

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

Tim Reilly

Tim Reilly

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

Tim Reilly

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

How can they tell that oi'm Irish

Tim Reilly

Some day I'll go back

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

Some day I'll go back

Some day I'll go back

Some day I'll go back

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

Come back to Erin's the song I love best, or The song my mother used to sing

Come back to Erin's the song I love best, or The song my mother used to sing

Come back to Erin's the song I love best, or The song my mother used to sing

Some day I'll go back

Some day I'll go back

Come back to Erin's the song I love best, or The song my mother used to sing

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

I got another man to change my name (Swedish dialect song)

DINNER IN HONOR OF F. HOPKINSON SMITH [held by] SOCIETY OF SONS OF STEERAGE IMMIGRANTS [at] "PROVIDENCE ART CLUB, RHODE ISLAND" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

DINNER IN HONOR OF F. HOPKINSON SMITH [held by] SOCIETY OF SONS OF STEERAGE IMMIGRANTS [at] "PROVIDENCE ART CLUB, RHODE ISLAND" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Immigrants at Ellis Island

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Immigrants Landing at Ellis Island

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ireland A! Gra Ma Chree

Ching a ling a loo

Ching a ling a loo

Ching a ling a loo

Ching a ling a loo

Ching a ling a loo

Ching a ling a loo

Map[s] to accompany report "The foreign immigrant in New York City" / prepared by Kate Holladay Claghorn.

Map[s] to accompany report "The foreign immigrant in New York City" / prepared by Kate Holladay Claghorn.

Ready for travel and going north, south and west. Immigrants with baggage lined up at teller's windows marked money exchange.

Immigrants waiting in line for processing by Immigration Bureau officials.

Buildings near Ellis Island pier; immigrants can be seen with trunks and luggage.

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