Admission of mentally defective children: hearings before the Committee on Immigration and Naturalization, House of Representatives, Sixty-seventh Congress, fourth session on H.R. 12470 and H.R. 12479, December 5, 1922, and January 16, 1923
Govt. Print. Off., 1923 - Education - 34 pages
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admitted under bond Age on arrival alien American citizen authorizing the Secretary become a public boy was admitted Brooklyn Bureau file Cable Chairman child citizenship city of Syracuse commissioner committee comply Congress Country of origin Date of arrival December deficient Department of Labor deportation issued deportation possible Ellis Island examination fact Father naturalized feeble-minded Female hearing Hebrew Imbecile insane Italy Jacob Kalaf January Labor to permanently living Magee Male married matter McPherson Medical certificate mentally defective Missouri mother N. Y. Relatives abroad naturalized citizen November papers Paroled until deportation particular Period of temporary permanently admit Poland Port of arrival provides public charge question Race Raker record Remarks requirements Roach Rumania Russia Samuel Goldman Secretary of Labor September Seymour School Siegel sisters situation statement sterilization suitable regulations Syria temporarily admitted Temporary admission extended United Warrant of deportation York