German Emigrants Boarding in Bremerhaven

German Emigrants Boarding in Bremerhaven

Project Introduction


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Archival Collections

  • R.G. Dun & Co. / Dun & Bradstreet CollectionBaker Library, Harvard Business School
  • Lehman Brothers CollectionBaker Library, Harvard Business School