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211 Primary Sources Archival Material Ann Arbor, Michigan University of Michigan Library (Special Collections Library) Joseph A. Labadie Collection, American Committee for Protection of­Foreign Born Rec­ords Cambridge, Mas­sa­chu­setts Historical & Special Collections, Harvard Law School Library Erwin Griswold Papers College Park, Mary­ land National Archives at College Park Rec­ ords of the Department of Justice, Rec­ ord Group 60 WWII Alien ­ Enemy Internment Case Files, 1941–­1951 Rec­ ords of the Office of the Provost Marshal General, Rec­ ord Group 389 Alien ­ Enemy Information Bureau, Rec­ ords Relating to Italian Civilian Internees during World War II, 1941–­1946 Subject Correspondence, Executive Division, ­ Legal Office, 1942–­1945 Subject File, 1942–­1946, Hawaii, Civilian Internees Fort Missoula, Montana The Historical Museum at Fort Missoula Miscellaneous Documents on Italian Internment Hyde Park, New York Franklin D. Roo­ se­ velt Presidential Library Franklin D. Roo­se­velt Collections Grace Tully Collection Ugo Carusi Papers Minneapolis, Minnesota University of Minnesota, Immigration History Research Center Archives 1496 The Dominic R. Massaro Collection (Order Sons of Italy in Amer­ i­ ca) New Haven, Connecticut Manuscripts and Archives, Yale University Library Henry Lewis Stimson Papers (MS 465) Henry Lewis Stimson Diaries (microfilm edition) New York, New York The New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives, Astor, Lennox, and Tilden Foundations Bibliography 212 Bibliography Fiorello H. La Guardia Papers Gino Speranza Papers Nicholas Kelley Papers Vito Marcantonio Papers San Francisco, California California Historical Society Marshall Dill Papers Syracuse, New York Syracuse University Libraries, Special Collections Research Center Edward Corsi Papers Washington, DC The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives, The Catholic University of Amer­ i­ ca The National Catholic Welfare Conference Papers Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Ser­ vices, National Security & Rec­ ords Verification Directorate, Genealogy Section Biagio Farese, Alien Registration File A-3442924 Pericle Adriano Carlo Chieri, Naturalization Certificate File C-7185491 National Archives Building Rec­ ords of the Immigration and Naturalization Ser­ vice, Rec­ ord Group 85 World War II Internment Files, Fort Missoula, Montana Presidential Materials Executive Order No. 9066, Federal Register 7 (February 25, 1942): 1407. 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ISBN
9781469634364
Related ISBN
9781469634333
MARC Record
OCLC
1005354200
Pages
250
Launched on MUSE
2018-01-03
Language
English
Open Access
No
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