January 1962
New Yorker;1/27/1962, Vol. 37 Issue 50, p29
The article reports on the seizure of a person who lost an appeal on the deportation matter by the agents of the Immigration at a hotel in Washington. The person was moved to Baltimore, Maryland and put on a train for Italy.


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