Ship Passenger Manifest for Maria Vittoria d'Alessandro, Maria Rosaria DiRenzo, and Antonio DiRenzo
Form 500 B|
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
The entries on this sheet must
be typewritten or printed.
LIST OR MANIFEST OF ALIEN PASSENGERS FOR THE UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION OFFICER AT PORT OF ARRIVAL
ALL ALIENS arriving at a port of continental United States from a foreign port or a port of the insular possessions of the United States, and all aliens arriving at a port of said insular possessions from a foreign port, a port of continental United States, or a port of another insular possession in whatsoever class they travel, MUST be fully listed and the master or commanding officer of each vessel carrying such passengers must upon arrival deliver lists thereof to the immigration officer.
This (white) sheet is for the listing of STEERAGE PASSENGERS ONLY
S.S. COLOMBO, Passengers sailing from NAPOLI, SEP 7 1922 .... Arriving at Port of NEW-YORK , SEP 20 1922
|2. HEAD-TAX STATUS. (This column for use of Government officials only.)||
3. NAME IN FULL.
|X 20||D'Alessandro||Vittoria||48 -||f|
|X 21||son Di Renzo||Maria Rosaria||14 -||f|
|X 22||" " "||Antonio||12 -||m|
|6. Married or single.||7. Calling or occupation.||8. Able to --||Read||Read what language (or, if exemption claimed, on what ground)|
9 Nationality. (Country of which citizen or subject.)
10 ‡ Race or People. Italian S.
11 * Last Permanent Residence. Country. City or town.
12 The name and complete address of nearest relative or friend in country whence alien came.
relation Gambatesa Donato
13 Final Destination. *(Intended future permanent residence.) State. City or town.
* Permanent residence within the meaning of this manifest shall be actual or intended residence of one year or more.
‡ List of races will be found on back of this sheet.
14 No. on List. 20 21 22
15 Whether having a ticket to such final destination.
yes " "
16 By whom was passage Paid? (Whether alien paid his own passage, whether paid by relative, whether paid by any other person, or by any corporation, society, municipality, or government.)
self mother "
17 Whether in possession of $50, and if less, how much?
45 [Only Maria Vittoria was in possession]
18 Whether ever before in the United States; and if so, when and where? Yes or No. If Yes -- Year or period of years. Where?
no " "
19 Whether going to join a relative or friend; and if so, what relative or friend, and his name and complete address.
husband Giuseppe Di Renzo
337 Berkley St Camden NJ
20 Purpose of coming to United States. Whether alien intends to return to country whence he came after engaging temporarily in laboring pursuits in the United States. Length of time alien intends to remain in the United States. Whether alien intends to become a citizen of the United States.
no perman. yes
21 Ever in prison or almshouse, or institution for care and treatment of the insane, or supported by charity? If so, which?
22 Whether a Polygamist. no
23 Whether an Anarchist. no
24 Whether a person who believes in or advocates the overthrow by force or violence of the Government of the United States or all forms of law, etc. (See footnote for full text of this question.)
25 Whether coming by reason of any offer, solicitation, promise, or agreement, expressed or implied, to labor in the United States.
26 Whether alien has been previously deported within one year.
27 Condition of health, mental and physical.
28 Deformed or Crippled. Nature, length of time, and cause.
29 Height. Feet. Inches.
5 4 [Only Maria Vittoria's height was recorded]
30 Complexion. nat.
31 Color of -- Hair. Eyes. brow. brow.
32 Marks of Identification. none
33 Place of Birth. Country. City or Town.
NOTE. -- Full text of question 24 is as follows: Whether a person who believes in or advocates the overthrow by force or violence of the Government of the United States or all forms of law, or who disbelieves in or is opposed to organized government, or who advocates the assassination of public officials, or who advocates or teaches the unlawful destruction of property, or is a member of or affiliated with any organization entertaining and teaching disbelief in or opposition to organized government or which teaches the unlawful destruction of property, or who advocates or teaches the duty, necessity, or propriety of the unlawful assaulting or killing or any officer or officers, either of specific individuals or of officers generally, of the Government of the United States or of any other organized government because of his or their official character.
N.Y. Form 80
U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR
RECORD OF DETAINED ALIENS
S.S. COLOMBO Ital-Amer. Line arrived Sept. 22, 1922, 191 , _____M., _____, from_____ [List] 131
|No.||NAME OF ALIEN||TIME||MANIFEST||NUMBER OF ALIENS|
|One year old or under -
Older than one year 3
|DI RENZO (ch) Maria|
|" " Antonio|
|CAUSE OF DETENTION||DISPOSITION||DISCHARGED||MEALS|
|To call||Husb Gppe D., 337 Berkeley St,
|By Inspector DiUli
Source: National Archives Microfilm Publication T 715, Roll 3184, Page 2
Operated between Italy and New York by Navigazione Generale Italiana from [20 August] 1921 when [it was acquired from Transoceanica and] its name was changed [from "San Gennaro"] to "Colombo". 12,003 [? 10,917 ?] ton steamship. Dimensions in feet (between perpendiculars): 536 x 64. Twin-screw; quadruple-expansion engines; service speed of 17 knots [19.6 miles per hour]. Room for 2,800 passengers (100 first class, 700 second class, and 2,000 third class [i.e. steerage]). Built by Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Newcastle, in 1917 for Sicula Americana and named "San Gennaro". Scrapped in 1949.
Source[s]: based on the ship's image found at the Web site "American Family Immigration History Center" (ellisislandrecords.org) as that site existed in September 2003, where the image is stated to be from the Andreas Hernandez Collection. That site is © 2000 by The Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, Inc. [Bracketed information from North Atlantic Seaway: an illustrated history of the passenger services linking the old world with the new by N.R.P. Bonsor (Prescot, Lancashire: 1955), page 377.]
Related page: 2nd Class Passenger Ticket for the for S.S. Colombo, sailing from Genoa 26 May 1923, which was issued to Mario Stefani of Barga, Lucca, Tuscany.
The URL of this Web page: https://www.roangelo.net/valente/sscolomb.html
Last revised: 7 March 2007 : 2007-03-07 by Robert [Wesley] Angelo.