Immigrating to the United States an orientation manual by William Spencer Bernard

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Published by American Immigration and Citizenship Conference in New York .

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Bibliography: p. 25-26.

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Statementby William S. Bernard.
LC ClassificationsJV6543 .B47
The Physical Object
Pagination29 p.
Number of Pages29
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Open LibraryOL5105010M
LC Control Number74177270

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