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United States, Florida, index to alien arrivals by airplane at Miami : COLLECTION RECORD, 1930-1942

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by FamilySearch International, 2014

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Records of United States, Florida, Index to Alien Arrivals by Airplane at Miami are available online, click here.

This collection contains an index of airplane manifests arriving at Miami, Florida, 1930-1942. The collection is set up by index cards, arranged alphabetically by surname. The cards may include full name, age, gender, marital status, occupation, citizenship, race, last permanent residence, birthplace, and final destination. These records correspond with NARA publication A3382 and were filmed at the NARA facility in College Park, Maryland.

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