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Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Embarkation instructions sent to Henry Lowenstein to prepare for his passage on the SS Marine Falcon from Southampton, England to the United States. This is a general letter sent to all passengers with the name "Mr. E. Lowenstein" penciled at the top and a square stamp that says "J.D. Hewett & Co., Travel Agents, 109, Jermyn Street., London, S.W.1." Instructions include how to get to Southhampton, how to deal with baggage, freight, and pets, what paperwork must be brought on the ship, and...
Overview Documents from the Loewensteins' immigration to the United States. File includes Dr. Max and Marie Loewenstein's identification papers, passenger tickets for Max and Marie Loewenstein and Karin Steinberg on the SS Marine Perch, a card from the American Consulate General Visa Division, Dr. Max Loewenstein's embarkation card, a card from the A.J.D.C. National Refugee Service, an International Rescue and Relief Committee card for Marie Loewenstein, instructions to Henry Lowenstein for travel on...
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Bryon Cohn subseries Conferences contains materials relating to the conferences that Cohn was involved with, including: Summer Science Institute, Conference on the Curriculum for Undergraduate Majors in Physics, Esso Saturday In-Service Institute, and Visiting Foreign Staff Project.
Overview Fannie Pepper Libert, woman without a hat, stands in a group of twelve Jewish immigrants on board a merchant ship from Hamburg, Germany to Galveston, Texas. Fannie continued onto Denver, Colorado to join her brother William Pepper.
Overview This folder is the second of two containing all official documentation pertaining to Burton Feldman's faculty reviews over the course of his career both at both the University of Denver and the University of Maryland.
Overview This folder contains the passports and a record of immunization for travel for Peggy and Burton Feldman.
Overview Senator Peter H. Dominick (R-Colo.) answers questions from Colorado constituents during a segment of his For the record radio program on January 29, 1968 in Washington, D.C. Sen. Dominick discusses recent attempts by the executive branch to achieve a balance of payments with Western Europe by assessing taxes on U.S. citizens traveling overseas. His opinion is that Congress will try to regulate tourist travel through customs duties and passport fees. Dominick also talks about recent passenger...