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COMMITTEE ON IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
SEVENTY-SECOND CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION
SAMUEL DICKSTEIN, New York, Chairman SAMUEL RUTHERFORD, Georgia.
ALBERT JOHNSON, Washington. JOHN W. MOORE, Kentucky.
J. WILL TAYLOR, Tennessee. JOHN M. EVANS, Montana.
ARTHUR M. FREE, California. ROBERT A. GREEN, Florida.
THOMAS A. JENKINS, Ohio. JOHN H. KERR, North Carolina.
GEORGE J. SCHNEIDER, Wisconsin. LAMAR JEFFERS, Alabama.
J. MITCHELL CHASE, Pennsylvania. MELL G. UNDERWOOD, Ohio.
JOHN L. CABLE, Ohio. VINCENT L. PALMISANO, Maryland. EDMUND F. COOKE, New York. EUGENE B. CROWE, Indiana.
CHARLES D. MILLARD, New York. MARTIN DIES, Texas.
VICTOR S. K. HOUSTON, Hawaii.
SIDNEY SCHARLIN, Clerk
Wold, Dr. Emma, testimony of
25, 46, 59
Davis, Hon. John W., letter by.
Friends (or Quakers), brief submitted for--
Witnesses favoring the passage of H. R. 297 or H. R. 298 were given opportunity to testify on Tuesday, January 26, 1932. (Pp. 4 to 83.)
Witnesses opposing the passage of H. R. 297 or H. R. 298 were given opportunity to testify on Wednesday, January 27. 1932. (Pp. 85–144.)
Following the above testimony by both proponents and opponents rebuttal, or closing testimony was given by each side on Wednesday, January 27, 1932. (Pp. 144-151.)