Vintage photo circa 1911 of immigrants queuing up to be processed at Ellis Island in New York.
Vintage photo circa 1911 of immigrants queuing up to be processed at Ellis Island in New York. Between 1892 and 1954 the Ellis Island immigration station in New York Harbor was the main entry facility for immigrants entering the United States. Twelve million people were processed there by the US Bureau of Immigration during that time. Photo by Bain News Service.
Photographe : Archive Pics
uniquement en France
12,7Mo (364,9Ko) / 21,2cm x 15,0cm / 2500 x 1771 (300dpi)