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Title Immigration and Refugee Services of America Press Releases, May-Dec 1959
Date 21 May-31 Dec 1959
Document Type Press Release; Periodical; Correspondence; Leaflet; Ephemera
Reference IHRC1013, Box 431, Folder 7
Library / Archive Immigration History Research Center Archives, University of Minnesota
Collection Name Immigration and Refugee Services of America
Description Press releases issued by the American Council for Nationalities Service, largely dedicated to American history and politics, legal advice to immigrants, everyday life in America, and the 'Letters from America' campaign. Other materials relating to the latter campaign are also included.
Theme(s) Permanent Settlement and Successive Generations; Religion, Ethnic Identity and Community Relations; Responses to Immigration
People Eisenhower, President Dwight D; Corsi, Edward; Truman, Harry S; Dulles, John Foster; Roosevelt, Eleanor
Keywords sport, population, wages, diplomacy, broadcasting, medical treatment, real estate, housing, business, finance, immigration, visa, marriage, child migration, quota, history, adoption, naturalisation, refugee, employment, agriculture, farming, politics, tuberculosis, marriage, construction, alien, science, pensioners, education, citizenship, languages, holidays and celebrations, labour, banking, travel, civil rights, diplomacy, Cold War, Communism, communication, art, music, crime, deportation, legislation, legislature, United Nations, labour union, defence, religion, diplomacy, New Deal, theatre, construction, army veteran
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
Document(s) linked to Immigration and Refugee Services of America Press Releases, Jan-Apr 1959
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