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Recent Additions to the Balch Ethnic Studies Collection

Thursday, 6/13/13

The following titles were recently cataloged into HSP Balch Ethnic Studies collection. Click the links for more information, and be sure to search our online catalog Discover for more resources and information on our collections.


Czech Immigration Passenger Lists: Baltimore 1880-1899 by Leo Baca

REF  CS 68 .B2x v.9


Scots-Irish Links: 1575-1725 by David Dobson

REF CS 432 .S3 D6 pts. 4, 5, 7, 8


Scots-Irish Links: 1825-1900 by David Dobson

REF CS 432 .S3 D63 2009


Scottish-German Links: 1550-1850 by David Dobson

REF CS 626 .S36 D63 2011


Scots-Scandinavian Links: 1550-1850 by David Dobson

REF DL 42 .S34 D63 2005


Ellis Island’s Famous Immigrants by Barry Moreno

JV 6484 .M66 2008


My Beloved World by Sonia Sotomayor

UPR KF 8745 .S67 A3 2013


Becoming German: The  1709 Palatine Migration to New York by Philip Otterness
F 130 .P3 O88 2004


Philadelphia African American Restaurant Guide by SEPTA

PAM Z 1231 .P2 no. 915


Chinatown: Culture That Goes Beyond the Cuisine by the Center City District

PAM Z 1231 .P2 no. 916


Philadelphia: Share the Heritage Guide by the Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress

PAM Z 1231 .P2 no. 917


 

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Papers donated to Balch

Hi,
Around 1988, my mother, Anne Prince, donated a collection of original papers documenting her immigration to American with her mother in 1922. I was told it was made part of an exhibit about immigration to America. Is there any way to find out if the Balch still has these papers, if they are on display, and is there any way they could be viewed, in person or online, or if copies are available?

Thanks!

Papers donated to Balch

Dear Mr. Prince,

Interesting question. I performed a couple searches in our collections database, but nothing came up there. I'll ask a couple of my colleagues and see if we can turn up any information for you. If you could email me at chutto@hsp.org, then we can email you back if we find out anything.

Thanks for reading and commenting!

Cary Hutto
Assistant Director of Archives

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