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Title Interpreter Releases, Jan-Apr 1931
Date 17 Jan-25 Apr 1931
Document Type Press Release; Newspaper; Correspondence
Reference IHRC1013, Box 39, Folder 4
Library / Archive Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota
Collection Name Immigration and Refugee Services of America
Description Press releases issued by the Foreign Language Interpretation Service (part of IRSA) for the foreign language press, largely devoted to legislative developments, deportations, and press coverage of migrants. Also includes a newspaper clipping, copies of correspondence, and indices of Interpreter Releases and Clip Sheets produced in 1931.
Theme(s) Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations; Responses to Immigration
Country (from) Mexico; China; Japan
Country (to) United States of America
Nationality Mexican; Chinese; Japanese; Asian; Latin American
Keywords unemployment, deportation, consul, visa, Embassy, alien, sailor, immigration, statistics, repatriation, conscription, legal representation, crime, race, regulations, literacy, legislation, legislature, politics, naturalisation, citizenship, passport, quota, racism, population, marriage, publishing, discrimination, money, female emigration, litigation, judiciary, education, census
Additional Information Please note: Some of the metadata for this document has been taken from the Immigration History Research Center Archives catalogue.
Catalogue Link Immigration History Research Center Archives Catalogue
Language English
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