This is the identity papers of Mary Disare, who came over from Naples, Italy when she was five. It is believed that this is the ID that would be used while on board the SS. Conte Rosso while traveling to New York City. She was accompanied by her mother.
This was the ticket used by mother and daughter to board the SS Conte Rosso. It is a dense document with a lot of informational value - including how much the ticket cost for 1 adult and 1 child - over 6,000 lira. While that may sound like a lot - it turns out that if converted, it equals about $5 USD.
This is page 6,7, and 8 from the passport used by the mother and daughter to come to America. It has space for official stamps - authentifications, the stamp of the American Consulate in Naples, and instructions to show this upon entering and leaving.
Here is the front and back cover of two of the ships of Lloyd Sabaudo Ocean Line Company, the SS Conte Rosso and SS Conte Verde. This was the ship manifest for the SS Conte Rosso showing the passengers who were picked up in Genoa and Naples for their trip to America. The SS Conte Rosso was torpedoed and sunk by Allied forces in 1941 while it was carrying Italian soldiers.