National Geographic : 1928 Sep
Photograph byEdizioni Brogi WHENCE THOUSANDS OE AMERICA'S NEW CITIZENS HAVECOME When the tide of European emigration to America was at its flood, tens of thousands of Italiansleft Genoa annually forNew York. This view shows the western part of the harbor, with the lighthouse in the background (see page 347). In the rightforeground isthecentral railway station and the Columbus Statue (see page 336). Genoa's harbor is one of the three busiest of the Mediterranean, the other close rivals forpremier honors being Naples and Marseilles.