Book pictures

Book pictures

Fig. 1a. Riurau in la Marina Alta.


Fig. 1b. Raisins in la Marina Alta. Photo ceded by descendents of Fernando Miralles.


Fig. 2. Ancestors and riuraus in la Marina Alta.


Fig. 3. José Morell’s passaport (author’s grandfather).


Fig. 4a. Nadal Fornés’ Identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 4b. Nadal Fornés’ Identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 4c. Nadal Fornés’ Identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 4d. Nadal Fornés’ Identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 4e. Nadal Fornes’ identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 4f. Nadal Fornés’ Identity card. Ceded by Josefa Gómez Vives.


Fig. 5. Ship manifest with emigrants’ data.


Fig. 6. Passport of José Morell, emigrant from Orba.


Fig. 7. The Montevideo, a transatlantic ship.


Fig. 8. José Molines Peris from Tàrbena and José Morell Sendra from Orba. 1917.


Fig. 9. The Montserrat: Transatlantic ship.


Fig. 10. The Statue of Liberty. Image of King’s View magazine, ceded by J.M. Santacreu.


Fig. 11. Ellis Island 1913. Image of King’s View magazine, ceded by J.M. Santacreu


Fig. 12. The Grand Hall of Ellis Island’s main building. Ceiling constructed by the sons of the Valencian architect, Rafael Guastavino.


Fig. 13a. Ship manifests with data of the emigrants from la Marina Alta.


Fig. 13b. Inspection card for immigrants and steerage passengers. Medical Service of Cherbourg, France.


Fig. 14. Passport of Teresa Sendra Torrens and Claudio Morell Sendra.


Fig. 15. Immigrants at Ellis Island waiting to be admitted.


Fig. 16. Passport of Teresa Sendra Torrens and Claudio Morell Sendra.


Fig. 17. La Valenciana, 27 Cherry Street (building on the left) 1920.


Fig. 18. La Valenciana advertisement in the 1940s on 8th Avenue.


Fig. 19. Neighborhood where Spaniards lived.


Fig. 20. The Brooklyn bridge. Image taken from King’s View magazine, ceded by J.M. Santacreu.


Fig. 21. Business card of the original Valenciana, run by Juan Pons from Orba. Card ceded by Manuel Aranda.


Fig. 22. The Lower East Side, the neighborhood where the emigrants went to. Photo ceded by Manuel Zapata.


Fig. 23. Envelope of la Valenciana, 27 Cherry Street, sent by an emigrant, 18th of October, 1919 from Connecticut to Benissa. Ceded by Juan Giner.


Fig. 24. Envelope for Lionello Perara’s agency and hostel at 63 Wall Street.


Fig. 25. Photo of the burial of an emigrant of la Marina in New York. Ceded by J.M. Santacreu.


Fig. 26. Gaspar Giner from the town of Ondara with his group of workers (quadrilla) at the brick yard in Newburgh, New York, 1913. Ceded by Antonia Giner Salort.


Fig. 27. Writing on the back of photo “This group of men is mostly from Ondara together with your husband Gaspar year 1913. Near Newburg brick yard (translation mine). Ceded by Antonia Giner Salort.


Fig. 28. Gaspar Giner and companions from Ondara. 1913. Photo ceded by Antonia Giner Salort.


Fig. 29. Gaspar Giner and two companions from Ondara during their free time in front of their shanty. Photo ceded by Antonia Giner Salort.


Fig. 30. Postcard of Derby, Connecticut. Ceded by Manuel Aranda from Orba.


Fig. 31a. Joaquin Sendra Llorca’s letter from New Britain.


Fig. 31b. Joaquin Sendra Llorca’s letter from New Britain.


Fig. 32. Postcard with view of New York sent by an emigrant from Orba in 1910. Ceded by Manuel Aranda.


Fig. 33. Emigrants of la Marina Alta at the railways of Canada. 1913. Photo ceded by Victor Aranda from Orba.


Fig. 34. Letter with evidence of crisis and women’s role.


Fig. 35. Photo of José Morell in the Street of the Americas, Orba.


Fig. 36. Ellis Island museum pamphlet.


Fig. 37. Image of ellisisland.org web page.


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