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An immigration record issued in Naples, Italy, on March 27 1914, for a journey to New York. The record, likely a ticket, was issued to Saud [?] [Saa?].

An immigration record for an A[?] Selim indicating prepaid passage on the Austro-American line in 1912. On the back, handwritten in pencil, is "Arrived October 17, 1912 at New York."

Vol. 4 no. 3 of al-Majalla al-Tijarriya contains: an analysis of the reasons for the Genoa Economic and Financial Conference of 1922, during which 32 countries met to discuss the economic reconstruction of Europe; an article on American trade…

Vol. 2 no. 4 of al-Majallaj al-Tijarriy contains articles on the economic impact of and recovery from World War I, with an translated excerpt from the Guaranty Trust Company of New York's "The Solvency of the Allies;" an article on the benefits of…

Vol. 2 no. 1 of al-Majalla al-Tijarriya contains articles on American trade with Syria; commercial ethics and business methods; and surveys of economic conditions in the United States and foreign countries. Translations include a piece from the…