Destination America

Four interviews with American immigrants from the early years of this century.

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In the first of four interviews with American immigrants, Christopher Cook talks to Lawrence Meinwald , who arrived there from Warsaw as a boy of seven.

Producer Fiona McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970614]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Lawrence Meinwald

Producer: Fiona McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970621]

In the second of four interviews with American immigrants, Christopher Cook talks to Manny Stein who, as a young Dubliner, arrived at the New York immigration station Ellis Island. Producer Fiona McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970621]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Manny Stein

Unknown: Ellis Island.

Producer: Fiona McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970628]

Four interviews with people who emigrated to America in the early years of this century.

3: Christopher Cook talks to Millie di Nigris, who travelled from Hamburg to

Ellis Island in 1924. Producer Fiona McLean Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970628]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Producer: Fiona McLean

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970705]

The last of four interviews with people who emigrated to America early this century. Christopher Cook talks to native New Yorker, Rose Wybeck , the daughter of two immigrants. Producer Fiona McLean Repeat

Genome: [r4 Bd=19970705]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Rose Wybeck

Producer: Fiona McLean

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1: Lawrence Meinwald. Almost half of all Americans today can trace their roots back to a relative who joined the tired and huddled masses at Ellis

Island, the immigration station in New York harbour. In the first of five interviews with immigrants from the early years of this century, Christopher Cook talks to Lawrence Meinwald who arrived from Warsaw as a boy of seven. Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19950215]

Unknown: Lawrence Meinwald.

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Lawrence Meinwald

Producer: Fiona McLean

GENOME:
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Christopher Cook talks to Manny Stein who, as a young Dubliner, arrived at

Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York harbour, in August 1925. Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19950222]

Unknown: Manny Stein

Producer: Fiona McLean

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Christopher Cook talks to five individuals who emigrated to America in the early part of the century via Ellis Island. 3: Millie di Nigris , who arrived at Ellis Island in 1924 from Hamburg. She was full of optimism, but the journey wasn't over yet. Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
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Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Ellis Island.

Unknown: Millie Di Nigris

Producer: Fiona McLean

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Christopher Cook talks to five individuals who emigrated to America in the early part of the century via Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York's harbour. 4: Jack Ubaldi. Jack, a young Italian boy, arrived at Ellis

Island with his mother in 1918. They were due to be met by Jack's father, but when they arrived, father was nowhere to be found.... Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
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Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Jack Ubaldi.

Producer: Fiona McLean

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New York City - and the Lower East Side in particular - was often the final destination of people who emigrated to America earlier this century.

In the last of the series, Christopher Cook talks to Rose Wybeck , the daughter of immigrants, who has lived in the area all her life.

Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19950315]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Rose Wybeck

Producer: Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970614]

In the first of four interviews with American immigrants, Christopher Cook talks to Lawrence Meinwald , who arrived there from Warsaw as a boy of seven.

Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970614]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Lawrence Meinwald

Producer: Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970621]

In the second of four interviews with American immigrants, Christopher Cook talks to Manny Stein who, as a young Dubliner, arrived at the New York immigration station Ellis Island. Producer Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970621]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Manny Stein

Unknown: Ellis Island.

Producer: Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970628]

Four interviews with people who emigrated to America in the early years of this century.

3: Christopher Cook talks to Millie di Nigris, who travelled from Hamburg to

Ellis Island in 1924. Producer Fiona McLean Repeat

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970628]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Producer: Fiona McLean

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970705]

The last of four interviews with people who emigrated to America early this century. Christopher Cook talks to native New Yorker, Rose Wybeck , the daughter of two immigrants. Producer Fiona McLean Repeat

GENOME:
[R4 BD=19970705]

Talks: Christopher Cook

Unknown: Rose Wybeck

Producer: Fiona McLean

0119970614

Christopher Cook talks to Lawrence Meinwald, who arrived from Warsaw as a boy of seven.

Almost half of all Americans can trace their roots back to relatives who joined the masses at Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York harbour.

0119970614

In the first of four interviews with American immigrants from the early years of this century, Christopher Cook talks to Lawrence Meinwald, who arrived from Warsaw as a boy of seven.

Almost half of all Americans can trace their roots back to relatives who joined the masses at Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York harbour.

0219970621

Christopher Cook talks to Manny Stein who, as a young Dubliner, arrived at Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York harbour, in August 1925.

0219970621

In the second of four interviews with American immigrants from the early years of this century, Christopher Cook talks to Manny Stein who, as a young Dubliner, arrived at Ellis Island, the immigration station in New York harbour, in August 1925.

0319970628

Christopher Cook talks to Millie de Nigris, who travelled from Hamburg, full of optimism, to Ellis Island - the immigration station in New York - in 1924.

Millie and her mother discovered that their journey was not over yet.

0319970628

Four interviews with people who emigrated to America in the early years of this century.

3: Christopher Cook talks to Millie de Nigris, who travelled from Hamburg, full of optimism, to Ellis Island - the immigration station in New York - in 1924.

Millie and her mother discovered that their journey was not over yet.

0419970705

The last of four interviews with people who emigrated to America in the early years of this century.

Christopher Cook talks to Rose Wybeck, the daughter of immigrants, who has lived in New York City all her life.

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Christopher Cook talks to Rose Wybeck, the daughter of immigrants, who has lived in New York City all her life.