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Description: New citizens Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Vognar of Ft. Atkinson, with their twin daughters, Daniella (left) and Stella, at the Naturalization ceremonies. They ar...
Description: Men and women holding United States flags after a ceremony in the federal courtroom making them naturalized citizens.
Description: During part of a ceremony, citizens raise their right hands and swear allegiance to the United States in the federal building to receive citizenship certif...
Description: The oath of citizenship is administered to a class of 31 in the Madison Federal Court. Edgar Alstad, clerk of court, administers the oath as Judge Patrick...
Description: Jennie Youn Haeng Seider, 4, of Milwaukee, used her father Jeffrey Seider's back to display her new certificate of naturalization.
Description: A certificate granting United States citizenship to Frederick Anneke.
Description: Forty-one men, women, and children receive their U. S. citizenship from Federal Judge Patrick T. Stone. The Lawyers' Wives of Dane County entertain the new...
Description: Stan Lesar, laboratory manager at the American Scientific Laboratories and an immigrant from Yugoslavia, looks forward to voting for the first time in the...
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