Polish Passport Application
- From: mglappen@xxxxxxxxxxx (Miriam Lappen)
- Date: 11 Apr 2011 01:33:23 -0700
I'm trying to track down some information about my grandmother and her eight year old son who were scheduled to depart for the United States via Le Havre around 1920. They were joining my grandfather who had come to the US in 1913. From what I understand, the child died accidentally en route to the ship; consequently, my grandmother came to the US alone. To date, I have not been successful in finding birth or death information about the child but was hoping to learn more through his passport application. (I know his name and have his photograph.) Prior to her departure, my grandmother lived in Droboine, Poland. Does anyone know how I would go about locating their passport applications? In which archive might they be found? I appreciate any help/suggestions that you may have in locating this information.
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