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S.S. Rex Passenger Lists

All Digitized Passenger Lists For the S.S. Rex Available at the GG Archives. Listing Includes Date Voyage Began, Steamship Line, Vessel, Passenger Class and Route.

1935-08-21 Ships List for the S.S. Rex

1935-08-21 Ships List from the S.S. Rex

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Steamship: S.S. Rex
  • Class of Passengers: Special
  • Date of Departure: 21 August 1935
  • Route: Naples to New York via Genoa, Villefranche (Nice) and Gibraltar
  • Commander: Captain Grand' Uff. Francesco Tarabotto
1935-09-13 Ships List for the S.S. Rex

1935-09-13 Ships List from the S.S. Rex

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Steamship: S.S. Rex
  • Class of Passengers: Special
  • Date of Departure: 13 September 1935
  • Route: Naples for New York via Genoa, Villefranche (Nice) and Gibraltar
  • Commander: Captain Francesco Tarabotto
1938-07-13 Ships List for the S.S. Rex

1938-07-13 Ships List from the S.S. Rex

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Steamship: S.S. Rex
  • Class of Passengers: Tourist
  • Date of Departure: 13 July 1938
  • Route: Genoa to New York via Cannes, Naples and Gibraltar
  • Commander: Captain Attilio Frugone
1938-08-09 Ships List for the S.S. Rex

1938-08-09 Ships List from the S.S. Rex

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Steamship: S.S. Rex
  • Class of Passengers: Tourist
  • Date of Departure: 9 August 1938
  • Route: Naples to New York via Genoa, Cannes, and Gibraltar
  • Commander: Captain Giorgio Cavallini
1939-10-06 Ships List for the S.S. Rex

1939-10-06 Ships List from the S.S. Rex

  • Steamship Line: Italia Line
  • Steamship: S.S. Rex
  • Class of Passengers: Tourist
  • Date of Departure: 6 October 1939
  • Route: Genoa to New York via Naples
  • Commander: Captain Attilio Frugone

Passenger Lists contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenir list provided to the passengers of each cabin class (and other classes). Many of these souvenir passenger lists have disappeared over the years. Our collection contains a sampling of what was originally produced and printed by the steamship lines.

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