Boston: n.pub. 1925. Paperback. 104p. paperback, covers and spine ends have some edge chipping; inscribed by the translator.
Armenian translation of the transcript of the important trial of Portland, Oregon rug dealer Tatos O. Cartozian, whose citizenship was challenged by the US government in 1924 on the basis that Armenians were supposedly Asian and therefore ineligible to become US citizens. The defense argued that Armenians were white, even bringing witnesses from racially exclusive fraternal organizations who stated that they admitted Armenians. The court decided that Armenians were indeed eligible for citizenship.