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The original Ellis Island manifest for Ida Alpert, arriving in NY April 3, 1913 on the S/S President Grant. She is listed on line 3 at Etke Alperowicz.
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These are screenshots of Itke Alperovich (Ida Alpert's) Ellis Island manifest pages. They show she came from Smorgon at age 23 and left behind her father, Yankel Alperowicz. Her occupation appears to be dressmaker. She states she is headed to Shenandoah, PA to meet her brother Moische Alperowicz, who lives on 37 East Coal Street, but by this time he has moved to New York City. He likely sent her the money to come to the US and did so when he was in Shenandoah, probably sometime in 1912. By the end of 1912 he was living in NY.
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This is Ida Alpert Lunitz with her niece, Roberta Chinsky.
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This is 551 Cauldwell Street, Bronx, NY, in the 1930's. It is where Ida Alpert lived at the time she married Max Katz. It is unknown, but likely where they lived together, since he had previously been living at home.
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