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Photograph

Hungarian Refugee

Date: 1957-02-23 

Description: Louis Paxon, an engineer from Los Angeles working for an aerial survey firm in Dane County and also a Hungarian refugee, welcomes the Hungarian refugee Las...

Date: 1946 

Description: Train full of Polish refugees. Photograph taken by Louis Koplin during the time he worked for the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee; near the Ge...

Date: 1956-12-02 

Description: Elevated view of a Cub Scout, Girl Scout, and Brownie Scout bringing boxes of food to St. Vincent de Paul to be distributed to recently arrived Hungarian r...

Date: 1954-10-20 

Description: Portrait of Fricis Brakmanis, age 41, and his bride-to-be Maija Smeils, 40, holding their wedding license. Both had spent time in Latvian forced-labor camp...

Date: 1980 

Description: Cuban refugees at Camp McCoy. Three children standing with their arms around each others shoulders. Two wear Woody Woodpecker t-shirts, the other wears a D...

Photograph

Young Cuban Boy

Date: 1980-06-04 

Description: Child posing while wearing a "Super Kid" tee shirt and a baseball cap. Photograph is part of a group of images taken of Cuban refugees who had arrived as...

Date: 1957-08 

Description: An Algerian Red Crescent (Red Cross equivalent) examines a young girl's teeth. The girl is wearing a patterned shall and reaches for the man's hat. They ar...

Date: 1947 ca.

Description: Portrait of a refugee child, the son of the Weinschenker family. Saul Sorrin was interviewed as part of the Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust Intervi...

Date: 1953-05-29 

Description: Etti Gelan, a nurse's aide at Methodist Hospital, gives a drink of water to a male patient, William Laerk of Waukesha. She left her native country of Germa...

Date: 1980-07-04 

Description: Cuban Family sitting on porch steps with sign on door that says: "Independence 4 of July USA." Photographs made on July 4, 1980, by Archibald of Cuban refu...

Date: 1961-05 

Description: A small group of refugees wait with luggage under an awning at Luang Prabang airport, Laos. An armed soldier stands behind them on the right. There is a tr...

Photograph

Ping Pong Game

Date: 1980-07-04 

Description: Two people playing table tennis with one man watching. Photograph is part of a group of images taken of Cuban refugees who had arrived as a result of the P...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Refugee children stand in line as they wait to go on an outing; Munich. Saul Sorrin was interviewed as part of the Wisconsin Survivors of the Holocaust...

Date: 1957-08 

Description: A Red Crescent (Red Cross equivalent) worker spoons medicine into a young child's mouth. The child's head is half shaven. Behind them are two women, a youn...

Photograph

Refugees after Tet

Date: 1968 

Description: Refugees at a Red Cross aid station in Hue shortly after the Tet offensive left much of the city in ruins. This scene was witnessed by American journalist...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Group of men, women, and children posed standing along the side of a house. Second man standing from the left is probably Isaiah Landers, the third standin...

Photograph

Hungarian Refugee

Date: 1957-02-23 

Description: Lasslo (Larry) Csukardy, a Hungarian refugee, receives the first Valentines of his life from Mrs. Don Andree on the left and Mary Natvig, a teacher at Semi...

Photograph

Catholic Mass

Date: 1980-07-04 

Description: Catholic mass with Cuban refugees who had arrived as a result of the Port of Mariel exodus, and were housed at Camp McCoy.

Date: 1980-07-04 

Description: Members of family seated and standing near the entrance to their home. Photographs made on July 4, 1980, by Archibald of Cuban refugees who had arrived as...

Date: 1980-07-04 

Description: Cubans dancing to salsa music. Photograph is part of a group of images taken of Cuban refugees who had arrived as a result of the Port of Mariel exodus, an...

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