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Passenger Lists - American Mail Line - Available at the Archives

American Mail Line Passenger Lists available at the Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives that have been transcribed and uploaded.

The American Mail Line was a steamship line that ran between Seattle, Washington, and the Far East. It was created in 1920, the then rival Dollar's holdings included five vessels operated under the name of the Admiral Line, along with a half-million-dollar investment in the American Mail Line, the fifth largest company on the West Coast.

The American Mail Line continued to operate with a temporary subsidy until June 1938 and then discontinued regular services.

American Mail Line - And their affiliate Dollar Steamship Lines operated Trans-Pacific Routes, primarily from China and Japan to Canada and the United States.

Transcribed Eastbound Passenger Lists

Front Cover - 1934-09-18 Passenger Manifest - S.S. President Jackson 1934-09-18 Ships List for the S.S. President Jackson
  • Steamship Line: American Mail Line
  • Steamship: S.S. President Jackson
  • Class of Passengers: Not Stated
  • Date of Departure: 18 September 1934
  • Route: Kobe to Seattle via Yokohama
  • Commander: Captain M. M. Jensen, U.S.N.R
Front Cover - 1934-09-18 Passenger Manifest - S.S. President Jackson 1934-09-22 Ships List for the S.S. President Jackson
  • Steamship Line: American Mail Line
  • Steamship: S.S. President Jackson
  • Class of Passengers: Not Stated
  • Date of Departure: 18 September 1934
  • Route: Yokohama to Seattle via Victoria
  • Commander: Captain M. M. Jensen, U.S.N.R

 

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