Any way to trace passports from US to Buenos Aires 1920's?

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Any way to trace passports from US to Buenos Aires 1920's?

Postby 120camden » 05 Sep 2012, 15:17

We have a passport photo of my Uncle looking about 5-6 years old. Dated around 1926 maybe. We think he travelled to Buenos Aires with my great grandmother. Would they have applied for this in Chicago? Any way to trace this. I am on ancestory.com. Thanks.
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Re: Any way to trace passports from US to Buenos Aires 1920'

Postby Granadaiscool » 08 Sep 2012, 20:26

Emigration or any other reason?
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Re: Any way to trace passports from US to Buenos Aires 1920'

Postby 120camden » 10 Sep 2012, 01:51

Since that post we have located the 1929 Ellis Island records that indicate Jeanne T. Lagneau and her grandson Armand Sciortino did travel in Sept. from Buenos Aires to USA. So the passport photo we have of my uncle is authentic.

No, any idea how I can trace from Buenos Aires where they travelled? Trying to trace family roots. Jeanne T. (Tosi/Tossi) Lagneau had a daughter, Matilda Lagneau who was born in Buenos Aires. I can only find one Matilde Tossi, born surprisingly the same year. Jeanne (Giovannia) had siblings in Buenos Aires. I have one written name of Balcarce.
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