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.5 (June 1980).206 This did not mean: “Book of Instructions for the Medical Inspection of Aliens, Bureau of Public Health and Marine-Hospital Service,” January 18, 1910.206 In the first: Letter from Robert Watchorn to Prescott Hall, May 12, 1908, File 958, IRL.207 When Williams took: William Williams, “Notice Concerning Detention and Deportation of Immigrant,” March 18, 1910, Folder 10, Box 13, MK.On the connection between deafness and the “likely to become a public charge” clause, see Douglas C.Baynton, “ ‘The Undesirability of Admitting Deaf Mutes’: U.S.Immigration Policy and Deaf Immigrants, 1882–1924,” Sign Language Studies 6, no.4 (Summer 2006).207 In his first: “Annual Report of William Williams, Ellis Island Commissioner,” September 19, 1910, Folder 5, File 1061, IRL.Also found in “Annual Report of the Commissioner-General of Immigration,” 1910, 134–135.207 The amount of work: “Annual Report of the Commissioner-General of Immigration,” 1911, 147.207 Williams worried: Letter from William Williams to Commissioner-General of Immigration, June 24, 1910, WW-Yale.208 To the thousands: On the case of Wolf Konig, see File 53452-973, INS.208 Michele Sica was: On the case of Michele Sica, see File 53305-74, INS.209 Although much younger Although much younger 234, INS.210 Williams himself: On the case of Jacob Duck, see File 52880-127, INS.210 Though Williams may have: On the Kaganowitz family, see File 53390-146, INS.211 Meier Salamy Yacoub: File 53257-34, INS.211 Jewish groups were: “Extracts from Minutes of Second Annual Meeting of National Jewish Immigration Council Held February 18, 1912,” File 53173, INS: NYT, November 14, 1909.212 Whether Uhl was: Edward Alsworth Ross, The Old World in the New: The Significance of Past and Present Immigration to the American People (New York: Century, 1914), 289–290.212 Meter was detained: File 53370-699, INS.212 While HIAS continued: Max J.Kohler, “Immigration and the Jews of America,” AH, January 27, February 3, 1911; NYT, January 19, 1911.For a response to Kohler’s charges, see Memorandum for the Secretary from CommissionerGeneral of Immigration Daniel Keefe, February 16, 1911, File 53173-12, INS.213 Not all Jewish leaders: Panitz, “In Defense of the Jewish Immigrant, 1891– 1924.”213 Simon Wolf: NYT, July 18, 1909; Letter from Lipsitch to Kohler, March 7, 1911, Folder 11, Box 11, MK.213 HIAS President: Letter from Leon Sanders to Max J.Kohler, July 29, 1910, Folder 11, Box 11, MK.213 Secretary Nagel: Kohler, 198–199.See also, Otto Heller, ed., Charles Nagel: Speeches and Writings, 1900–1928, vol.1 (New York: Putnam’s, 1931), 151, 157.214 Jewish groups attempted: AH, January 28, 1910.214 After that, Williams’s: “Annual Report of the Commissioner General of Immigration,” 1911, 152.215 In response, members: Letter from Moe Lenkowsky and Anton Kaufman, Chairman and Secretary of the Citizens Committee of Orchard, Rivington and East Houston Streets, to William Howard Taft, April 9, 1912, WW-NYPL; Letter from William Williams to Theodore Roosevelt, January 31, 1912, Series 1, Reel 126, TR; Letter from William Williams to Daniel Keefe, September 13, 1912, Series 6, Number 1579, WHT.CHAPTER ELEVEN: “CZAR WILLIAMS”217 Taft listened to a number: NYT, October 19, 1910; Letter from William Williams to Charles Nagel, October 19, 1910, Folder 64, Box 4, Series I, WW-Yale.217 But President Taft’s: NYTrib, December 16, 1910; Letters from Charles Nagel to Charles D.Norton, December 10, 13, 1910, WHT; Letter from Charles Nagel to William Howard Taft, January 7, 1911, WHT.217 These were hard: “Remarks of President Taft to the Board of Directors of the American Association of Foreign Newspapers at the Executive Office, Washington, DC,” January 4, 1911, No.77, Reel 364, Series 6, WHT; New York Evening Sun, January 4, 1911.218 “Away with Czarism”: Morgen Journal, April 17, 1911; New York Evening Journal, May 24, 1911; Morgen Journal, June 23, 1911.219 The Morgen Journal listed: Morgen Journal, April 17, 1911; Szabadsag, October 11, 1910.219 O.J.Miller: Memorandum from William Williams to Daniel Keefe, October 14, 1910, Folder 63, Box 4, CN; File 53139-7, INS.Nagel sent a detective to investigate Miller and his organization.The investigation discovered that the German Liberal Immigration Bureau was only a paper organization and Miller a reporter for the New Yorker Staats-Zeitung [ Pobierz całość w formacie PDF ]