Did Ellis Island Officials Really Change the Names of Immigrants?, Preserving Holograms, Presidential Portraiture and More
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On the 125th anniversary of the famous portal to the U.S., history shows inspectors were not the ones changing people's names
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Inspectors examined the eyes of immigrants at Ellis Island in New York Harbor, but did they change their names? (Archives Center at American History 0143.VDF 27016/NMAH)
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