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What U.S. Customs and Immigration Looked Like 100 Years Ago: A Colorized Image of a Border Crossing from Tijuana, Mexico to California

Take a look back in time to see what U.S. Customs and Immigration looked like 100 years ago. This colorized image shows two cars crossing from Tijuana, Mexico into California in the late 1910s. So quaint!
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What did border crossings look like one hundred years ago? This colorized image looks like it’s from the late 1910s and it shows two cars crossing from Tijuana, Mexico into California. The image is so quaint.

U.S. Customs, Immigration, Border Crossing, Tijuana, Mexico, California

Source: Flickr user photolibrarian

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