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S.S. Cameronia Passenger List 3 July 1929

Front Cover, S.S. Cameronia Passenger List 3 July 1929

Tourist Third Cabin Passenger List from the S.S. Cameronia of the Anchor Line, Departing 3 July 1929 from New York to Londonderry and Glasgow via Boston, Commanded by Captain William Gemmell.

Anchor Line
S.S. Cameronia
Captain William Gemmell
From New York to Londonderry and Glasgow via Boston
Under the Direction of the Students Travel Club
Wednesday, 3 July 1929

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: William Gemmell
  • Chief Officer: Thomas W. Hawley
  • Surgeon: Dr. D. Murphy
  • Purser: R. B. Robertson
  • Chief Steward: G. Morrison
  • Tourist Third Cabin Purser: J. S. Allison
  • Tourist Third Cabin Steward: S. Wray

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Ackerman, Miss Mildred
  2. Adams, Miss Eva
  3. Adams, Miss Frances
  4. Alday, Miss Florence K.
  5. Allen, Hon. Charles T.
  6. Allen, Dr. George B.
  7. Anderson, Miss Dorothy E.
  8. Armitage, Mrs. James P.
  9. Arnaud, Miss Anna
  10. Ashley, Miss Fannie L.
  11. Austin, Miss Loretta
  12. Avis, Miss Helen
  13. Backus, Miss Marion W.
  14. Baldwin, Miss Mary L.
  15. Bang, Miss Clara E.
  16. Banta, Mr. Fred N.
  17. Banta, Mrs.
  18. Barkman, Miss Ethel A.
  19. Barkman, Miss Ruth M.
  20. Barraclough, Miss May H.
  21. Barrett, Miss Bessie R.
  22. Bartlett, Mrs. Helen F.
  23. Barton, Mrs. Maude W.
  24. Bassemir, Miss Eunice L.
  25. Bassett, Dr. Sam T.
  26. Bassett, Mrs.
  27. Baylor, Miss Anna A.
  28. Beazell, Miss Kathryn E.
  29. Becker, Miss Anna Mae
  30. Beim, Miss Helen M.
  31. Benedict, Miss Helen F.
  32. Benedict, Miss Margaret V.
  33. Bennett, Miss Marion R.
  34. Benton, Miss Ruth A.
  35. Berry, Miss Dorothie E.
  36. Beurket, Miss Jcannette E.
  37. Beveridge, Miss Olive A.
  38. Beyer, Miss Ella A.
  39. Birdsall, Miss Ida E.
  40. Bishop, Miss Hazel N.
  41. Blake, Miss Marion I.
  42. Blanck, Mrs. J. Irene
  43. Blomfield, Miss Frances M.
  44. Ely, Miss Lucile
  45. Bostwick, Miss Carolyn
  46. Bradt, Mr. Francis C.
  47. Brand, Miss Anna E.
  48. Brattin, Miss Evelyn
  49. Brechin, Rev. E. J.
  50. Bridge, Miss Everette W.
  51. Bridge, Mrs. Sara E.
  52. Bristol, Miss Grace N.
  53. Brock, Miss Rosalie T.
  54. Bryant, Miss Hortense G.
  55. Budlong, Miss Florence M.
  56. Burger, Miss Anne
  57. Burkham, Mr. A. G.
  58. Burleigh, Rev. J.
  59. Burns, Miss Agnes
  60. Burr, Mrs. Elizabeth A.
  61. Butler, Miss Mary B.
  62. Butterworth, Miss Jane M.
  63. Butz, Mrs. Clara E.
  64. Butz, Miss Elsie A.
  65. Byrne, Miss Loretta A.
  66. Calnon, Miss Mary M.
  67. Campbell, Miss Helen I.
  68. Campbell, Mrs. Lavilla H.
  69. Carbin, Miss Evelyn
  70. Carlson, Mrs. Eldon E.
  71. Carr, Miss Verna L.
  72. Caston, Mrs. Sadie
  73. Chapman, Miss Wilda G.
  74. Chappell, Miss Grace
  75. Chase, Miss Beulah
  76. Chase, Miss Edith F.
  77. Clark, Miss Elizabeth
  78. Clark, Mr. Robert Wilder
  79. Clements, Mr. Cecil L.
  80. Cobb, Miss Frances L.
  81. Coleman. Miss Alice
  82. Collins, Miss Ethel A.
  83. Colvin, Miss Miriam
  84. Copeland, Miss Florence S.
  85. Corduke, Miss Alice L.
  86. Corduke, Miss Helen
  87. Council, Miss Sallie
  88. Crandall, Miss Emma May
  89. Crandall, Miss Florence B.
  90. Crane, Miss Kathleen A.
  91. Croll, Miss Ann Marie
  92. Crooks, Miss Kathleen
  93. Currie, Rev. Daniel J.
  94. Curtis, Mrs. Harry A.
  95. Curtis, Miss Marie N.
  96. Cushing, Miss Bess I.
  97. Dailey, Mr. J. Harry
  98. Dailey, Mrs.
  99. Dailey, Miss Helen M.
  100. Danielson, Miss Alice E.
  101. Daugherty, Miss Kathleen
  102. Davis, Miss Barbara P.
  103. Davis, Miss Minnie Carter
  104. De la Torre, Miss Ofelia
  105. Denton, Miss Helen M.
  106. Dettenborn, Miss Carolyn
  107. Dickinson, Miss Dorothy E.
  108. Doremus, Miss Emma S.
  109. Dowden, Miss Elizabeth E.
  110. Dudley, Miss Bertha P.
  111. Dunn, Jr., Mrs. James
  112. Eberly, Miss Charlotte
  113. Edwards, Miss Elizabeth A.
  114. Eichhorn, Miss Beatrice L.
  115. Eldredge, Miss Florence M.
  116. Ericsson, Miss H. Wilhelmina
  117. Everall, Mrs. Eva F.
  118. Faber, Miss Marie
  119. Fangboner, Mr. Robert B.
  120. Favor, Miss Doris
  121. Feibel, Mr. Troy A.
  122. Finkenbinder, Miss Ruth
  123. Fisk, Dr. Henry A.
  124. Fisk, Mrs.
  125. Frank, Mr. Abbott
  126. Freeland, Miss Grace
  127. Frost, Miss Phyllis
  128. Fuller, Miss Isabel
  129. Gannon, Miss Martha
  130. Garretson, Miss Elizabeth
  131. Gay, Miss Alice L.
  132. Geis, Miss Esther A.
  133. Goldman, Mr. Sidney
  134. Gordon, Miss Ruth
  135. Graham, Miss Florence E.
  136. Green, Miss Elsie M.
  137. Green, Miss Estelle
  138. Green, Miss Mary
  139. Green, Miss Pauline
  140. Haelig, Miss Dorothea L.
  141. Haelig, Mrs. Julia L.
  142. Hahn, Miss Serelia
  143. Hale, Miss Helen
  144. Hall, Miss Helen M.
  145. Hamilton, Miss Margaret K.
  146. Harbison, Mrs. Mildred L.
  147. Harman, Miss Susan E.
  148. Harris, Miss Lydia
  149. Harrison, Miss M. Charlotte
  150. Hartley, Mrs. Jessie S.
  151. Haskins, Mr. Harold
  152. Haskins, Mrs.
  153. Haskins, Jr. Mr. Harold
  154. Haskins, Mr. Richard
  155. Hathaway, Miss Alice L.
  156. Haynes, Miss Grace G.
  157. Headden, Miss Katherine S.
  158. Healy, Mr. Thomas B.
  159. Heidelberg, Mr. Harvey B.
  160. Heidelberg, Miss Miriam
  161. Henderson, Rev. G. D.
  162. Herth, Mr. George C.
  163. Hess, Mrs. Marie C.
  164. Hewitt, Miss Helen R.
  165. Heyden, Mrs. Mary
  166. Higgins, Mrs. Charles V.
  167. Hill, Miss Grace F.
  168. Hill, Miss Louisa M.
  169. Hill, Miss Louise
  170. Hillsman, Miss Ruth P.
  171. Hodgkins, Rev. Henry B.
  172. Hodgkins, Mrs.
  173. Hoey, Miss Alice M.
  174. Hoey, Miss Julia E.
  175. Hollingsworth, Miss Hannah
  176. Hollingsworth, Miss Mildred C.
  177. Holmes, Miss Hazel Mina
  178. Holmes, Mrs. Katherine M.
  179. Hopp, Miss Eleanor O.
  180. Hopson, Miss Mary
  181. Hotchkiss, Miss Mabel E.
  182. Howell, Miss Augusta E.
  183. Hunter, Miss Harriet P.
  184. Hunter, Miss Katherine
  185. Huntington, Miss Ruth
  186. Hutchinson, Miss Florence J.
  187. Hyland, Miss Marie
  188. Hynes, Miss Katherine M.
  189. Innis, Miss Ella J.
  190. Jakobsen, Miss Lucy M.
  191. Jakobsen, Miss Marion E.
  192. Jencks, Miss Harriet N.
  193. Jenkins, Miss Mary
  194. Jenney, Mrs. Helen H.
  195. Johnson, Rev. Albert S.
  196. Johnson, Dr. Alice E.
  197. Johnson, Mrs. Frederic B.
  198. Johnson, Miss Hildegard
  199. Johnson, Mr. John L.
  200. Johnson, Mrs. Rachel
  201. Jordan, Miss Frances R.
  202. Joy, Miss Hazel E.
  203. Kamarkine, Mr. Morris
  204. Kamarkine, Mr. Solomon
  205. Keck, Miss Grace E.
  206. Keeble, Mrs. Orabella
  207. Keith, Miss Lois
  208. Kemp, Mr. Leland P.
  209. Kemp, Mrs.
  210. Kennedy, Mr. Alexander R.
  211. Kennedy, Mrs.
  212. Kerr, Miss Maym E.
  213. Keyes, Miss Ruth S.
  214. Kilpatrick, Miss Ann J.
  215. Klinefelter, Miss Helen
  216. Kolp, Miss Louise Nichols
  217. Koscinska, Miss Aniela
  218. Kronmiller, Miss Martha
  219. Kurr, Mrs. G. J.
  220. Kurr, Miss Mary E.
  221. Kurr, Miss Sara M.
  222. Lake, Miss Ethel M.
  223. Lake, Mrs. Henry R.
  224. Lake, Miss Lillian E.
  225. Lang, Miss Idamay
  226. Leffert, Miss Thora M.
  227. Leffler, Miss Katherine
  228. Lewis, Mr. George P.
  229. Lewis, Mrs.
  230. Light, Miss Emily U.
  231. Lilly, Rev. D. Clay
  232. Lilly, Mrs.
  233. Lunt, Miss Grace A.
  234. Lyman, Miss Vada L.
  235. Lynch, Miss Sara P.
  236. MacDonald, Miss Jessie E.
  237. MacKenzie, Miss Eunice J.
  238. McCafferty, Mrs. Bessie J.
  239. McCafferty, Miss Harriet E.
  240. McCarthy, Miss Helen B.
  241. McClurg, Miss Julia
  242. McCluskey, Miss Elizabeth C.
  243. McCluskey, Miss Helen Rita
  244. McCluskey, Miss Margaret V.
  245. McDowell, Miss Rebecca
  246. McFadden, Miss Alice
  247. McFadden, Miss Edith
  248. Mahaney, Miss Ellen B.
  249. Manley, Miss Lucia
  250. Manross, Miss Kathryn I.
  251. Mason, Mr. Philip W.
  252. Massey, Mr. Frank H.
  253. Matheson, Miss Norah E.
  254. Meine, Dr. F. P.
  255. Meine, Mrs.
  256. Mendell, Miss Sarah U.
  257. Merrill, Miss Agnes B.
  258. Miles, Miss Alice W.
  259. Miller, Miss Bertha E.
  260. Moore, Mr. J. E.
  261. Moore, Mrs.
  262. Moore, Miss Margaret
  263. Moriarty, Miss La Tossa
  264. Morris, Mrs. John S.
  265. Mortimer, Miss Annie A.
  266. Mounger, Miss Lurline
  267. Moynihan, Miss Eva C.
  268. Moynihan, Miss Mabel E.
  269. Mueck, Mrs. Alphonsus J.
  270. Mueck, Miss Mildred
  271. Muller, Miss Florence C.
  272. Neal, Miss Anna V.
  273. Neal, Miss Evelyn
  274. Nelson, Miss Agnes M.
  275. Nelson, Miss Ellavera
  276. Nicholson, Miss Elsie S.
  277. Noble, Miss Mary L.
  278. Nutt, Miss Marguerite
  279. O'Brien, Miss Catherine
  280. O'Brien, Miss Elizabeth
  281. Ostiguy, Miss Eileen I.
  282. Pardee, Miss Elizabeth
  283. Parmele, Miss A. Janette
  284. Parmelee, Miss Lucille
  285. Parmelee, Miss Ruth E.
  286. Patten, Miss Mildred A.
  287. Patterson, Miss Carolyn D.
  288. Patterson, Miss Julia L.
  289. Patterson, Miss Katherine H.
  290. Patton, Miss Gertrude W.
  291. Pattern, Miss Martha M.
  292. Pennington, Miss Martha R.
  293. Peretz, Miss Leonarda
  294. Pettigrew, Miss Kathryn D.
  295. Pettigrew, Airs. Lydia
  296. Pettigrew, Miss Mary P.
  297. Pierce, Mr. Charles H.
  298. Pierson, Miss Elizabeth W.
  299. Pitt, Miss Mildred F.
  300. Pleis, Mr. Raymond L.
  301. Pleis, Mrs.
  302. Porter, Miss Edith G.
  303. Power, Mr. Daniel M.
  304. Pratt, Mrs. Laura
  305. Priedeman, Miss Evelyn
  306. Pruitt, Miss Mable
  307. Pyle, Miss Jessie L.
  308. Rabe, Miss Marion
  309. Rankin, Miss Nelle
  310. Reid, Mrs. Virginia Mcl.
  311. Riggs, Miss Eleanor E.
  312. Riker, Miss Grace A.
  313. Riley, Miss Mary L.
  314. Roberts, Miss Dora E.
  315. Robinson, Miss Hope
  316. Robinson, Miss Ora Belle
  317. Rooney, Miss Ethel M.
  318. Rumble, Miss Kathryn G.
  319. Sadler, Miss Hallie K.
  320. Safford, Miss Vera B.
  321. Salchow, Miss Elsie
  322. Sandstrom, Miss Astred P.
  323. Sante, Miss Norma
  324. Sarchet, Miss Elizabeth F.
  325. Scelonge, Miss Hedwige M.
  326. Schanz, Miss Kate
  327. Schleid, Miss Dorothy B.
  328. Schlett, Miss Evelyn M.
  329. Schlett, Miss Pauline
  330. Schulze, Miss Rose
  331. Seabury, Miss Julia M.
  332. Sharpe, Miss Joy
  333. Sherman, Miss Rachel C.
  334. Sherwood, Mr. John M.
  335. Sherwood, Miss Dorothy
  336. Sherwood, Miss Mildred
  337. Sherwood, Miss Vera R.
  338. Sill, Miss Dorothy L.
  339. Sill, Miss Mary A.
  340. Sim, Mr. H.
  341. Smith, Miss Altheda
  342. Smith, Miss Ida C.
  343. Snow, Mrs. May E.
  344. South, Miss Katie
  345. Stearns, Mrs. Charles H.
  346. Stecher, Miss Constance F.
  347. Stein, Miss Margaret K.
  348. Steinman, Mrs. Ernest
  349. Sterling, Miss Grace R.
  350. Stolarun, Miss Amy
  351. Stout, Miss Catherine H.
  352. Stowe, Mrs. Ray T.
  353. Sullivan, Mrs. Catherine R.
  354. Sweigart, Miss Sara S.
  355. Sylvester, Miss Birde
  356. Talbott, Dr. Hudson
  357. Talbott, Mrs.
  358. Taylor, Miss Margaret P.
  359. Taylor, Miss Marjorie
  360. Thoma, Miss Elizabeth
  361. Thomas, Mr. Thomas J.
  362. Thomas, Mrs.
  363. Thompson, Mrs. Bertha E. P.
  364. Thompson, Miss Margaret
  365. Thompson, Mrs. Mary B.
  366. Thornton, Miss Evelyn S.
  367. Toan, Miss Mary E.
  368. Todd, Miss June B.
  369. Toomey, Miss Elizabeth
  370. Towles, Miss Marguerite E.
  371. Trask, Miss Clara M.
  372. Troub, Miss Isabel A,
  373. Tubman, Miss Mary A.
  374. Turner, Miss Lydia P.
  375. Ulsh, Mr. Harry E.
  376. Ulsh, Mrs.
  377. Upton, Miss Edna
  378. Upton, Miss Mildred V.
  379. Van Winkle, Miss S. Gertrude
  380. Vogt, Miss Grace D.
  381. Wachter, Mr. Frank C.
  382. Wade, Miss Cora V.
  383. Walker, Miss Eloise J.
  384. Walker, Miss Irene
  385. Wall, Mrs. J. P.
  386. Warner, Miss Pauline D.
  387. Warren, Miss Myrtle
  388. Waters, Mrs. G. W.
  389. Watkins, Miss Janet
  390. Webb, Mrs. Louise S.
  391. Weeks, Mrs. Mary
  392. Weir, Mr. James C.
  393. Weir, Mrs.
  394. Welch, Miss Aileen
  395. Welch, Miss Mamie A.
  396. Wentzel, Mrs. Florence
  397. Wentzel, Miss Ramona
  398. White, Mr. Thomas M.
  399. White, Mrs.
  400. Whitlock, Miss Mary E.
  401. Whitney, Miss Doris
  402. Whittle, Mrs. G. Frederick
  403. Whittum, Miss Florence L.
  404. Wilcox, Miss Grace A.
  405. Williams, Miss Marie A.
  406. Wills, Miss Carrie A.
  407. Wilson, Miss Helen W.
  408. Woodnorth, Miss Mabel
  409. Wright, Miss Winifred
  410. Wylly, Mrs. Alma C.
  411. Wyman, Miss Cecelia
  412. Wyman, Mrs. W. A.

Back Cover, S.S. Cameronia Passenger List 3 July 1929

Passenger Information

Lights in saloon until 11 p.m.; in public rooms until 11:30 p.m.

The Bar will be closed at 11 p.m.

Table Seating—The Chief Steward lias the arrangement of table seating.

Divine Service may be held in the Saloon (weather permitting) once every Sunday between 11 and 12.

Additional Passage Money or Freight paid on board—passengers should obtain a receipt on the Company's form.

Baggage—Enquiries regarding baggage on board ship should be addressed to the Second Steward.

Trunks, Wraps, etc., will be stored and re-shipped by the Company for the return voyage.

To facilitate examination and identification of baggage on landing, all packages should have an initial label afiixed; these labels are supplied on board on application.

Baggage Insurance—Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage, as, in the event of loss or damage, the Company cannot accept liability beyond the limit specified on the Steamer Contract Tickets. Rates and particulars on application.

Barber's Shop—Barber's shop is on board for the convenience of passengers. The barber will attend to ladies by appointment.

Children's Meals—Breakfast, 9 a.m.; Dinner, noon; Tea, 5 to 6 p.m.

Clothes Pressing—Application should be made to the barber, from whom rates and other particulars can be obtained.

Complaints—Complaints of incivility, carelessness or inattention on the part of any of the ship's staff should be immediately reported to the Purser or Chief Steward and failing satisfaction to the Captain.

Confectionery and Souvenirs—Confectionery and Souvenirs are on sale at reasonable prices by the Deck Steward.

Copyright Books and Music—English laws forbid taking them into Great Britain. They may be subject to confiscation by Customs authorities.

Deck Chairs and Rugs may be hired for the voyage at the Company's offices or from the Deck Steward. Printed receipt to be obtained by passengers for this hire.

Drafts are issued, free of charge, payable in currency at any of the Offices of the Company in the United States and Canada, and, similarly, drafts are issued in the United States and Canada payable at any of the Company's Offices in the United Kingdom in sterling, or at the Company's Offices in Europe in the currency of the country on which they are drawn.

Dogs—Passengers are notified that dogs cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of License can only be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

Library—Library Books may be obtained on application to the Librarian. The Books are issued free of charge.

Lifebelts—Lifebelts must not be removed from staterooms, except in cases of danger or by order.

Meals—Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m.; Lunch, 1 p.m.; Dinner, 7:30 p.m.

When two sittings are necessary, meals will be as follows:

  • Breakfast, 8 to 10 a.m.
  • Lunch, 1st sitting, 12:30 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 1:30 p.m.
  • Dinner, 1st sitting, 6:15 p.m.; 2nd sitting, 7:30 p.m.

Passengers may reserve seats at table for the voyage on application to the Chief Steward. Meals cannot be served in cabins or on deck unless with the Surgeon's permission.

Ports—Passengers are requested not to open the ports. The Stewards will do this whenever practicable.

Railway Time-Tables—Railway and steamer time-tables may be consulted on application to the Librarian.

Recovery of U. S. Head Tax—This tax can be recovered by Passengers, if same has been paid, provided they inform U. S. Immigration Inspector on arrival at New York of their intention to leave the United States within sixty days (the time prescribed by U. S. Law), and obtain from him Transit Certificate Form 514.

It is also necessary for Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the transportation company when completed, in time to allow same to be placed before the Immigration Authorities in Washington within one hundred and twenty days of Passenger's arrival in the United States.

Unless this regulation is complied with, the Tax cannot be recovered.

Smoking—Children are not allowed in the Smoke-room.

Smokers are requested to be careful when smoking on deck to see that cigars, cigarettes and pipe ashes are extinguished before being thrown away.

Storage—The Company will undertake to store Deck Chairs and Steamer Trunks belonging to passengers at owner's risk until they are required when returning.

Chairs and Trunks should have owner's name painted on them, and they will not be re-shipped without instructions being sent to Baggage Master,
Anchor Line, Yorkhill Quay, Glasgow, or in the case of Italian Ports, care of Anchor Line, Genoa, or Anchor Line, Naples.

A description of the articles should be given, also name of steamer from which they were landed and date. No shawls, rugs, etc., to be attached to Chairs. No charge for storage is made if the owners return by the Company's vessels. If Chairs or Trunks are forwarded by rail this is done at owner's risk and expense.

The Surgeon is authorized to make customary charges for his service, subject to the approval of the Commander, to First Class, Cabin, Second Class and Tourist Third Cabin passengers.

Tobacco, Spirits, etc.—Tobacco, cigars, cigarettes, wines, spirits and perfumery are liable to duty on being brought into the United Kingdom, and even the smallest quantities should be declared to the Customs authorities.

Postage Stamps—Postage stamps are on sale at Purser's Bureau. A notice will be displayed stating the hours at which stamps may be obtained and also the latest time for posting mail matter on board.

Cable and Telegrams—Cables and Telegrams for despatch by ordinary land wire should be handed «n at the Wireless Teleraph office. The time of acceptance for cables and telegrams to be sent by ordinary land wire will intimated on the Notice Boards.

Wireless, Cable and Telegraph forms may be obtained from the Librarian or Wireless office.

Through Bookings to Gibraltar, Egypt and India—The Anchor Line steamers engaged in this service have excellent Saloon accommodation. Full particulars as to Fares, etc., on application.

Valuables—The Company is not responsible for the theft of valuables or money if kept in state-rooms. All such articles may be deposited free of charge, in the ship's safe, under the care of the Purser.

Passengers are warned that they should not on any account part with money or valuables to any persons representing themselves as members of the ship's staff.

Wines—It is requested that Wines be ordered one hour before meals, so that they may be cooled, ready for use.

Student Activities (Example)

R.M.S. " Cameronia
Tuesday July, 9, 1929.
THE STUDENTS TRAVEL CLUB
STUNT NIGHT

  1. Evolution of the Dance (Tour 63A)
  2. Miraculous Operations (Tour 57)
  3. It Pays to Advertize (Tour 62)
  4. Bluebeard (Tour 59)
  5. The Human Ford (Tour 64)
  6. Tid-Bits (Tour 60)
  7. The Light House Murder (Tour 55)
  8. Boat Life (Tour 54)
  9. Referee Loses (Tour 56)

Chairman, Dr. HUDSON TALBOTT

Stunt Night - The Student Travel Club - 9 July 1929

Passenger List Images

This passenger list is extraordinary in their listing of students, chaperons, and others traveling in Tourist Third Cabin. In addition to the student's name, which is often their full name, they list their assigned room and a Tour No. that is used to group the student for activities.

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