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Applications for nonresident alien's border crossing identification cards made at El Paso, Texas, ca. July 1945-December 1952 : National Archives microfilm publication, M1756; Record Group (RG) 85

description by Claire Prechtel-Kluskens
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
College Park, Maryland : National Archives and Records Administration, 1998
62 microfilm reels ; 16 mm.
National Archives microfilm publications; M1756

Notes

An index for Border Crossings From Mexico to United States is available online, click here.

The original records were microfilmed in March-June 1957 by the INS and then destroyed. The microfilms were later transferred to the National Archives.

Contains "over 150,000 Applications for Nonresident Alien's Border Crossing Identification Cards made at El Paso, Texas, ca. July 1945-December 1952. The bulk of the applications were made...between 1948 and 1952." -- P. 1.

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