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Passenger List, CGT French Line S.S. France, 27 September 1924

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. France of the CGT French Line, Departing 27 September 1924 from Le Havre for New York via Plymouth, Commanded by Captain L. Roch.

List of First and Second Class Passengers
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique CGT - French Line
S.S. France
Captain Louis Roch
From Le Havre to New York via Plymouth
Saturday, 27 September 1924

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Mr L. ROCH, Commander
  2. Second Captain: Mr VOGEL
  3. Chief Engineer: Mr CAMAY
  4. Assistant Engineer: Mr HOUDOUIN
  5. Purser: Mr LE DANTEC
  6. Assistant Purser: Mr A. QUEDEC
  7. Assistant Purser: Mr QUEFFELEAN
  8. Surgeon: Mr MACE
  9. Baggage Master: Mr LECLERCQ
  10. Chief Steward: Mr SARDA
  11. Assistant Steward: Mr MENGUY
  12. Assistant Steward: Mr BAVILLE
  13. Assistant Steward: Mr PRINGAULT

Ships List of First Class Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, CGT French Line S.S. France, 27 September 1924

  1. Mrs d’Agramonte
  2. Miss O. d’Agramonte
  3. Mrs J. Dixon Andrews
  4. Mr Aragon Mrs Aragon
  5. Mrs Murray Ansley
  6. Mr Bertin
  7. Miss M. Blum
  8. Mr Charles Bernard
  9. Mrs Charles Bernard
  10. Miss M. Barrais
  11. Mr S. Bookman
  12. Mrs S. Bookman
  13. Master J. Bonner
  14. Mrs Lucie C. Babbitt
  15. Miss Eleanor Babbitt
  16. Miss Mable Boll
  17. Miss Lilian Boll
  18. Mr Harvey M. Boyer
  19. Mrs Harvey M. Boyer
  20. Mrs E. H. Becker
  21. Miss E. Blum
  22. Miss M. Blum
  23. Miss B. Brunei
  24. Mr A. Buzzi-Peccia
  25. Mr F. P. Blair
  26. Mr J. P. Blair
  27. Mrs C. S. Carver
  28. Mrs Thomas Shield Clark
  29. Miss Alma Shield Clark
  30. Mr G. M. Chanut
  31. Mr P. Cartier
  32. Mrs P. Cartier
  33. Miss M. Cartier
  34. Mr. L. J. Christopher
  35. Mr James W. Carter
  36. Mrs James W. Carter
  37. Mr Robert S. Cohen
  38. Mrs Robert S. Cohen
  39. Mrs J. H. Cheston
  40. Mr Ch. Corbett
  41. Mrs Ch. Corbett
  42. Mr Crossman
  43. Mr Chas. E. Carrigan
  44. Mr Guilieo Galbi Casazza
  45. Mrs B. Delavau
  46. Miss E. Delavau
  47. Mrs Wm E. Donovan
  48. Miss Jane Donovan
  49. Mrs M. W. Dows Dunham
  50. Mrs W. C. Dickerman
  51. Miss J. I. C. Dickerman
  52. Miss H. R. Dickerman
  53. Miss C. R. Dickerman
  54. Mrs C. Drayton
  55. Mr A. Delavigne
  56. Mr G. Ebert
  57. Mr Ellinger
  58. Miss Ellinger
  59. Commandant Edwards
  60. Mrs Edwards
  61. Mr Carlo Edwards
  62. Miss Antoinette Foix
  63. Mr Fiechter
  64. Mrs Fiechter
  65. Mrs C. H. Frottingham
  66. Mr Eug. Fau
  67. Mrs Eug. Fau
  68. Mr C. R. Fleischman
  69. Mr E. A. Filene
  70. Dr L. Fischer
  71. Mrs L. Fischer
  72. Mrs T. Farrell
  73. Miss M. Farrell
  74. Mr F. Farrell
  75. Mr T. Farrell
  76. Mrs W. Rodman Fay
  77. Miss E. Rodman Fay
  78. Miss H. Faricy
  79. Mr Fishbein
  80. Mrs Fishbein
  81. Mr Ed. Frisch
  82. Mrs Ed. Frisch
  83. Mr Fred Glidden
  84. Mrs Fred Glidden
  85. Mrs L. N. Gray
  86. Miss Allen Gray
  87. Mr A. D. Grosset
  88. Miss Mary Goodridge
  89. Mr G. W. Gibbs
  90. Mrs G. W. Gibbs
  91. Mrs F. Gordon
  92. Miss Diana Gibbs and nurse (Ella Sugrue)
  93. Miss E. Hayes
  94. Mrs M. Hauxhurst
  95. Mrs Howell, nurse and baby
  96. Mrs F. A. Herendeen
  97. Miss F. Herendeen
  98. Mrs Seward Heidelbach
  99. Mrs H. R. Hoyt
  100. Miss L. Hunter
  101. Miss J. K. Harthy
  102. Mrs K. Howard
  103. Mr H. H. S. Handy
  104. Mrs H. H. S. Handy
  105. Mr Arthur K. Healy
  106. Mr E. S. Handy
  107. Mrs E. S. Handy
  108. Mrs Gibbs Hayward
  109. Mrs E. Hammerslough
  110. Mr Radu Irimescu
  111. Mrs Radu Irimescu
  112. Mr I. Iswolsky
  113. Mrs I. Iswolsky
  114. Son Excel. Mr Jusserand
  115. Mrs Jusserand
  116. Mr R. S. Jarvis
  117. Mrs R. S. Jarvis
  118. Mr R. Underwood Johnson
  119. Mrs R. Underwood Johnson
  120. Mr E. Kahn
  121. Mrs Kayser
  122. Mr J. Kantrowitz
  123. Mrs J. Kantrowitz
  124. Mr M. M. Kriedel
  125. Mrs M. M. Kriedel and maid
  126. Mr C. Kwanten
  127. Mrs C. Kwanten
  128. Mr E. Kahn
  129. Dr A. Landsman
  130. Mrs P. Lauzier
  131. Mr M. Levy
  132. Mrs M. Levy
  133. Mr Albert W. Lilienthal
  134. Mrs Albere W. Lilienthal
  135. Mr Jose de Llaguno
  136. Mrs Levi Miss Levi
  137. Mr Lincoln
  138. Mr Hooper Lawrence
  139. Master M. Levy
  140. Master J. D. Levy and governess
  141. Mrs A. Martinez
  142. Mr Wm. Rutherford Mead
  143. Mrs Wm. Rutherford Mead
  144. Mrs L. S. Me Kee
  145. Miss Harriet McKee
  146. Miss McIntyre
  147. Mr Henry Mouly
  148. Mrs Henry Mouly
  149. Mr Henry Mouly and son
  150. Mr B. A. Morton
  151. Mrs B. A. Morton
  152. Miss McGrath
  153. Mr L. L. Marshall
  154. Mrs L. L. Marshall
  155. Mr S. Marks
  156. Master A. Mendel and governess
  157. Mrs J. Mendel
  158. Master J. Mendel
  159. Miss A. E. Me Carthy
  160. Mr Fred J. Murray
  161. Miss E. Me Lellan
  162. Miss Emma Morhard
  163. Mr W. Forbes Morgan
  164. Mrs T. Martin
  165. Mr I. Maddle
  166. Mrs I. Maddle and child
  167. Miss K. C. O’Toole
  168. Mr R. L. Pierrepont
  169. Mrs R. L. Pierrepont
  170. Mr D. Philips
  171. Mrs D. Philips
  172. Miss Mary L. Pruyn
  173. Miss Nelly K. Pruyn
  174. Mrs J. L. Preston
  175. Mrs J. Paret
  176. Mr Augustin Peabody
  177. Mrs Augustin Peabody
  178. Miss Pat£
  179. Mr R. Philips
  180. Miss A. Philips
  181. Mr E. C. Pignatel
  182. Mrs Lewis A. Rommel
  183. Mr E. E. Rowe
  184. Mrs E. E. Rowe
  185. Mr Marcel Rossignol
  186. Mrs S. Reyna
  187. Mr Edw, L. Reed
  188. Miss Rudd
  189. Miss I. Roe
  190. Mrs J. M. Ray
  191. Miss J. M. Ray, two children and governess
  192. Miss N. Robson
  193. Mr J. Ratowski
  194. Mrs J. Ratowski
  195. Mrs M. D. Robinson
  196. Miss D. Robinson
  197. Mr W. D. Randall
  198. Mr A. E. Sieper
  199. Dr C. R. Stetson
  200. Mrs C. R. Stetson
  201. Mr E. S. Schlienger
  202. Mrs R. S. Sutton
  203. Hon. J. S. Strahl
  204. Mrs J. S. Strahl
  205. Mr C. Robinson Smith
  206. Mrs C. Robinson Smith
  207. Mr Lucien Schloss
  208. Mr Alfred F. Seligsberg
  209. Mr Schwartz
  210. Mrs Schwartz
  211. Mr David Schwartz
  212. Mrs David Schwartz, two children and nurse
  213. Miss C. Sheliabarger
  214. Mr E. J. Stehli
  215. Mrs E. J. Stehli
  216. Miss J. Schroeder
  217. Mr Joseph F. Simons
  218. Mrs Joseph F. Simons
  219. Mrs Wm. C. Savage
  220. Mrs H. M. Stevenson
  221. Miss M. G. Stevenson
  222. Mr Frederick Sayles
  223. Mr Ch. Tiberghien
  224. Mr M. Tiberghien
  225. Mr W. S. Thompson
  226. Mrs W. S. Thompson
  227. Mr M. Tillier, Directeur General de la Cie
  228. Mrs M. Tillier
  229. Miss J. Thomas
  230. General S. E. Tillman
  231. Mrs C. E. Tracy
  232. Mrs H. A. Uterhart
  233. Miss J. Uterhart
  234. Mrs R. Van Pelt
  235. Mrs J. Van S. Thorn
  236. Mr Vizcain
  237. Mr Harold Van Tine
  238. Mrs Harold Van Tine
  239. Miss E. Van Tinej
  240. Miss J. Van Tine and governess
  241. Mr Luigi Villa
  242. Mrs Luigi Villa
  243. Mrs C. A. Weisl
  244. Mrs F. E. Witmer
  245. Dr A. Wiener
  246. Mrs A. Wiener
  247. Miss E. Wiener
  248. Miss I. Wick
  249. Mrs J. B. White
  250. Comte de Wierlicki
  251. Mrs E. J. Walter
  252. Master Walter
  253. Mrs B. W. Warder
  254. Mr F. W. Wildenstein
  255. Mrs F. W. Wildenstein
  256. Miss Wildenstein
  257. Miss Wildenstein and governess
  258. Mr T. N. Yerkes
  259. Mrs T. N. Yerkes
  260. Miss C. J. Young
  261. Mr Horace L. Young

List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Mr Arachtinger
  2. Miss Alambert
  3. Mrs Anderson
  4. Mrs R. Alevy and child
  5. Mr Ahmed
  6. Mrs H. J. Andrews and child
  7. Mrs E. Aniy
  8. Miss Frida Albert
  9. Mr Adam and child
  10. Mr R. J. Buigham
  11. Mrs Boljkovae
  12. Mr Bretandeau
  13. Mrs Bretandean and child
  14. Mr Batiguy
  15. Mrs Batiguy
  16. Miss Batiguy
  17. Mrs Baratto
  18. Miss M. Bleuzen
  19. Mr Antoine Bottez
  20. Mr J. M. Brown
  21. Mrs J. M. Brown
  22. Mrs Brun
  23. Mrs M. Balzaretti
  24. Miss Boadry
  25. Mr Benjamin
  26. Miss Barrington
  27. Miss H. Barrington
  28. Mr P. Benjamin
  29. Rev. P. Borel
  30. Mr Borel Mr Bastianells
  31. Mr E. Bonzon
  32. Mrs E. Bonzon
  33. Miss Bonzon
  34. Miss Rosa Bigler
  35. Mr A. J. Coleman
  36. Mr A Chapatte
  37. Mrs A. Chapatte
  38. Mr W. Clarks
  39. Mrs W. Clarks
  40. Mr J. Cyril
  41. Mrs J. Cyril
  42. Mr Ch. W. Claik
  43. Mr W. Cruchshauh
  44. Mrs W. Cruchshauh
  45. Miss Lucy Cruchshauh
  46. Miss Dorothy Cruchshauh
  47. Mr M. Chestney
  48. Rev. Carnet
  49. Mr R. J. Corne
  50. Miss E. Cole
  51. Mrs M. Corinto
  52. Mr Cruckshauk
  53. Mrs Cruckshauk
  54. Miss L. Cruckshauk
  55. Miss D. Cruckshauk
  56. Mr G. Carito
  57. Mr M. Corinto
  58. Mrs E. Crivelli
  59. Mrs G. Crivelli
  60. Miss A. Crivelli
  61. Miss L. Crivelli
  62. Master L. Crivelli
  63. Mr A. Crivelli
  64. Miss Couklin
  65. Mr M. Calmel
  66. Mr L. Calmel
  67. Mrs T. P. Doell
  68. Miss G. Doell
  69. Mr T. P. Doell
  70. Mr Delley
  71. Miss I. F. Depune
  72. Mrs Deljour
  73. Mr B. Dessus
  74. Mrs Douarin
  75. Miss T. Evecoz
  76. Mrs J. Edgar
  77. Mr J. Flemming
  78. Mrs Fehlmann
  79. Mr E. Feiler
  80. Miss A. Furrer
  81. Mrs E. R. Goodwin
  82. Mr L. Guyot
  83. Mrs L. Guyot
  84. Mr O. V. Gammon
  85. Mrs 0. V. Gammon
  86. Mr Graff Mrs Graff
  87. Miss J. G. Gardner
  88. Mrs John Geveke
  89. Mr Ben Garavelli
  90. Miss S. Grassard
  91. Mr W. Hilton
  92. Mrs W. Hilton
  93. Master Y. Hilton
  94. Miss M. Hilton
  95. Miss J. Hubbard
  96. Miss E. Handley
  97. Mrs M. Humenausky
  98. Miss E. Herron
  99. Miss M. Johnson
  100. Mrs M. Jones
  101. Miss J. Jones
  102. Mrs V. Jonaudet
  103. Mrs H. Kermell
  104. Mr Kueutz
  105. Mrs S. Kutler
  106. Mrs E. Kutler
  107. Mr H. S. Kay
  108. Mr Kivratkowski
  109. Mrs M. Kivratkowski
  110. Mr Jacob Kaz
  111. Mrs M. L. Lusignan
  112. Mrs I. Laduccur
  113. Mrs A. E. Lloyd
  114. Mrs A. E. Lloyd
  115. Mrs S. E. Light
  116. Master R. W. Light
  117. Mr Legenre Light
  118. Mrs Legenre Light
  119. Miss Legenre Light
  120. Mr R. Loemersten
  121. Mrs R. Loemerstein
  122. Miss M. Lutz
  123. Mrs L. Lecoultre and baby
  124. Mrs E. Leuba
  125. Miss S. Martial
  126. Mr John Meyer
  127. Mrs Virginie Mondel
  128. Mrs Maly and child
  129. Mr E. Magnet
  130. Mrs E. Magnet
  131. Miss Magnet
  132. Mrs Moirond
  133. Mrs J. Morera
  134. Mr F. Massa
  135. Mrs F. Massa
  136. Miss Massa
  137. Mrs F. P. Moeller
  138. Rev. Z. S. Martin
  139. Mrs B. Morhard
  140. Mrs L. Marcel and child
  141. Mr Marcel Migot
  142. Mrs Marcel Migot
  143. Mrs G. Morero
  144. Dr J. Milles
  145. Mr Morhard Jr.
  146. Miss A. M. Niepu
  147. Mr B. Njcholson
  148. Mrs W. F. Nash
  149. Mr G. N. Netamieres
  150. Mrs Osothove
  151. Master Steli Osothove
  152. Miss Helrne Osothove
  153. Mrs P. Pizet
  154. Master Albert Pezet
  155. Mr G. D. Peabody
  156. Miss C. Parent
  157. Mrs Peltier
  158. Miss Peltier
  159. Mrs H. Paisson
  160. Mr M. B. Parker
  161. Miss M. S. Patterson
  162. Miss E. Perscler
  163. Mr A. G. Picaude
  164. Mr B. Rieger
  165. Mrs B. Rieger
  166. Miss E. Routledgehy
  167. Mr E. J. Richmond
  168. Mr S. D. Robinson
  169. Miss H. L. Roth
  170. Mrs M. Roschmann
  171. Mr E. Renaud
  172. Mr Rosenbaum
  173. Mr Rodriguez
  174. Mrs Rodriguez and child
  175. Miss Rousset
  176. Mrs V. Rein
  177. Mr A, Rost
  178. Mr A. Roth
  179. Mr H. L. Summer
  180. Mrs H. Summer
  181. Mrs M. Steffen
  182. Mrs Vacheresse
  183. Miss M. Steffen
  184. Rev. J. F. Solignac
  185. Mr H. P. Sturges
  186. Mr C. Sinne
  187. Mr A. Schneider
  188. Mr A. Schneider
  189. Mrs A. Schneider
  190. Miss M. Schneider and child
  191. Miss P. Schneider
  192. Miss M. Shaet
  193. Mr Theo Smith
  194. Miss Mary Strang
  195. Mr Schalk
  196. Miss Steffen and child
  197. Miss Sloane
  198. Mr Stephau
  199. Miss A, L. Slazik
  200. Mrs E. Slazik
  201. Mr P. Slazik
  202. Mr W. Shaffer
  203. Mrs W. Shaffer
  204. Mr J. Seluri
  205. Mr Trohler
  206. Miss Tripaul
  207. Mr Tanara
  208. Mr S. Tashna
  209. Mr E. Udobono
  210. Mrs A. Udobono
  211. Miss F. Udobono
  212. Miss E. Udobono
  213. Mrs Vigne
  214. Mrs Van Moppes
  215. Mr H. Voegli
  216. Mr j. Wozinca
  217. Mrs Walsch
  218. Miss Walsch
  219. Miss Weissluig
  220. Mrs Madeleine Wald
  221. Mr Paul Wald
  222. Mr A. Wilbush
  223. Mrs M. Wehrli
  224. Miss Hilda Young
  225. Mrs G. Zeck
  226. Mrs Zigfelde
  227. Mrs A. Zimmerman

Additions and Changes to Passenger Listings

Errata First Class

  • Mr Chas. E. Carrigan Should Read Mr Chas. J. Corrigan
  • MrGuilieo Galbi Casazza Should Read Mr G. Gatti-Casazza
  • Mr J. Ratowksi Should Read Mr J Ratzkowski
  • Mrs J. Ratowski Should Read Mrs J. Ratzkowski
  • Mr Joseph F. Simons Should Read Mr Joseph F. Simmons
  • Mrs Joseph F. Simons Should Read Mrs Joseph F. Simmons
  • Comte de Wierlicki Should Read Comte de Wierzbicki

Not On Board (First Class)

  1. Mr Aragon
  2. Mrs Aragon
  3. Mrs C. S. Carver
  4. Miss M. Goodridge
  5. Miss J. K. Harthy
  6. Mr José de Liaguno
  7. Mrs Levi
  8. Miss Levi
  9. Miss McGrath
  10. Mrs T. Martin
  11. Mr I. Maddle and family
  12. Mrs S. Reyna
  13. Mr Vizcain

Additional First Class Passengers

  1. Miss B. Arni
  2. Mr Harry R. Ackerman
  3. Mr K. Ashworth
  4. Mrs K. Ashworth
  5. Mrs A. Armand
  6. Mr Edward J. Bell
  7. Miss Emily Bell
  8. Miss Laura Bell
  9. Mr Frank M. Bailey
  10. Mrs Frank M. Bailey
  11. Mr Paul Bonner
  12. Mrs LI. Brinsmade
  13. Mrs L. L. Brinsmade
  14. Mr Carl Belish
  15. Miss L. Barrows
  16. Mr Martin Brink
  17. Mr Henry Baird
  18. Miss Caroline R. D. Baird
  19. Rev. P. Bernardini
  20. Mr L. Bloch
  21. Mrs V. Brown
  22. Miss M. Barthouil
  23. Mr V. Barcas
  24. Mrs H. R. Biizberger
  25. Mr L. Bacardi
  26. Mr F. Bacardi
  27. Mrs F. Bacardi
  28. Miss L. G. Bacardi
  29. Miss M. G. Bacardi
  30. M. Paul Bloch
  31. Miss L. Courregelongue
  32. Mrs Jennie C. Comstock
  33. Mrs C. Cheever
  34. Mr Charles L. Carpenter
  35. Mrs A. P. Clarke
  36. Miss M. Coipel
  37. Mr L. G. Combe
  38. Miss D. Coyne
  39. Miss E. M. Clover
  40. Mr E. Chaveriat
  41. Mr A Charpenel
  42. Mr P. Camenzind
  43. Mr E. Coucke
  44. Miss Ruth M. Dunlap
  45. Mr Clifford A. Dunning
  46. Mr Fellowes Davis
  47. Mrs V. Dent
  48. Mr A. Desbiolles
  49. Mr P. Delay
  50. Mr Malcoln B. Epstein
  51. Mr M. Epelbaum
  52. Mr Monroe E. Epstein
  53. Mrs E. de Estrada
  54. Mrs E- L. Eschner
  55. Miss E. Frothingham
  56. Master D. Frothinghain
  57. Master H. Frothinghain
  58. M. Marcel Freeman
  59. Mr G. B. Fissore
  60. Mr Leslie H. Gray
  61. Mr Charles F. Greene
  62. Miss Gruet
  63. Mrs I. R. Hartley
  64. Mr Bryan H. Handy
  65. Miss L. Hall
  66. Mr F. Hoenig
  67. Mr H. Juventy
  68. Mrs H. Juventy
  69. Mr L. Jeanne
  70. Miss H. Jeanne
  71. Mr S. Jaroslawsky
  72. Mrs S. Jaroslawska
  73. Miss F. G. Kautholz
  74. Mr G. Kroll
  75. Mrs G. Kroll
  76. Miss Kline
  77. Mr G. Leckenby
  78. Mr F. L. Lindemuth
  79. Mrs John Larkin
  80. Miss M. Lodge
  81. Miss A. Logan
  82. Mrs Ada Louis
  83. Mr Aug. Lepoutre
  84. Mr R. Lepoutre
  85. Miss J. Lajus
  86. Miss G. K. Meller
  87. Mr A. J. Majesky
  88. Miss K. Martin
  89. Miss M. Mooney
  90. Mrs E. Me Teiguc
  91. Master R. McTeigue
  92. Miss M. A. Murphy
  93. Mr S. Monguio y Acosta
  94. Mr L. Million
  95. Mrs L. G. Mora
  96. Miss L. Masstab
  97. Mrs S. Marx
  98. Bishop C. Mann
  99. Mrs C. Mann
  100. Mr G. Madole
  101. Mrs G. Madole
  102. Master Madole
  103. Mr L. Marfaing
  104. Miss M. Noble
  105. Miss A. Pardee
  106. Mr Elzear F. Poix
  107. Mr S. H. du Pont
  108. Mr Albert B. Paine
  109. Miss S. S. Perkins
  110. Miss E. W. Perkins
  111. Mr P. S. Pujol
  112. Mr G. Perera
  113. Mrs G. Perera
  114. Doctor S. Rendali
  115. Mr E. Reifsnider
  116. Mr Burton Rice
  117. Mrs H. B. Reynolds
  118. Miss N. Rhodes
  119. Mrs D. Randall
  120. Miss K. E. Ricketts
  121. Mr A. de Ribaupierre
  122. Mr A. Rodriguez
  123. Mrs A. Rodriguez
  124. Miss M. Rodriguez
  125. Mr A. Rodriguez (junior)
  126. Mr V. Schueg
  127. Mr R. Scalero
  128. Mr Charles Sebastian
  129. Mr Leon Silvin Mr Jean Silvin
  130. Mr Edwin E. Swift
  131. Mrs Edwin E. Swi t
  132. Mrs W. E. Turner
  133. Miss E. Turner
  134. Mrs E. Taylor
  135. Miss A. Tumpson
  136. Miss L. Thomson
  137. Miss A. Tieche
  138. Miss G. L. Vrooman
  139. Mrs E. Vingut
  140. Miss E. Valloton
  141. Mrs de Viz Caino
  142. Mr E. J. Walter
  143. Mr George Westfeldt
  144. Mr George Wesfeldt Jr.
  145. Mrs W. F. Warner
  146. Miss N. Warner
  147. Mrs M. Wyatt
  148. Miss M. Wertheimer
  149. Mr P. Woodruff
  150. Mr E. P. Walker
  151. Miss R. W. Wallace
  152. M. P-B. Watson

Additional Second Class Passengers

  1. Mr Astoffoni Mario Fam. Aokova (4 pers.)
  2. Mrs Bergovoki Vittoria
  3. Mr Brandaglia
  4. Mr Collet
  5. Mr Cova
  6. Mr P. C. Dunham
  7. Mme Eliascheff
  8. Mme Gelb. Eugune
  9. Mr Grgich
  10. Mr Gordon Maurice
  11. Mr Gangadharan
  12. Miss Hollman
  13. Mme J. W. Hood
  14. Miss Judy
  15. Mr Krnich
  16. Mr Krnick Sino
  17. Mr Kukick Mile
  18. Mr Krnich Robert
  19. Mr Krnich Theodore
  20. Mr Legendre
  21. Mrs Legendre
  22. Mile Legendre
  23. Mr Jh Leautead
  24. Mme Le Guillou
  25. Mr Massa Genaro
  26. Mr Merlo Luigi
  27. Mr Mazzli Lea
  28. Rev. Marsden
  29. Mrs Marsden
  30. Mr J. O. Meally
  31. Mr A. Morhard
  32. Mr Milosevich
  33. Mr Mandrich
  34. Mr Majstorovich
  35. Mr Cap. Magnano
  36. Mr L. Maskmina
  37. Mme Oldani Felicita
  38. Mr Pianta Giacomo
  39. Mrs Poggioli
  40. Mr Walter Ruch
  41. Mr Bessie Richards
  42. Mr Jh Seguillon
  43. Mr Svagal Mark
  44. Mr Suniks Conrad
  45. Mr Anton D. Tom
  46. Mr Herman Tiller
  47. Mr Joseph Tanara
  48. Mr A. Vali Mr Vass
  49. Mr Viards
  50. Mrs Viards
  51. Mr Valentin Vallego

Not On Board (Second Class)

  1. Miss Alambert
  2. Mr Ahmed
  3. Mrs E. Aniy
  4. Miss Frida Albert
  5. Mrs Baratto
  6. Miss M. Bleuzen
  7. Miss Barrington
  8. Miss H. Barrington
  9. Mr P. Benjamin
  10. Mr Borel
  11. Mr J. Cyril
  12. Mrs J. Cyril
  13. Mr Ch. W. Claik
  14. Mr W. Cruchshauh
  15. Mrs W. Cruchshauh
  16. Miss Lucy Cruchshaud
  17. Miss Dorothy Cruchshaud
  18. Miss Couklin
  19. Mr M. Calmel
  20. Mr L. Calmel
  21. Mr J. Flemming
  22. Mr E. Feller
  23. Miss A. Furrer
  24. Mrs John Geveke
  25. Mr E. Magnet
  26. Mrs E. Magnet
  27. Miss Magnet
  28. Mrs Moirond
  29. Mrs J. Merera
  30. Mrs Osothove
  31. Miss Helen Osothove
  32. Mr M. B. Parker
  33. Miss E. Perceler
  34. Mr E. Renand
  35. Mr Rodriguez
  36. Mrs Rodriguez and child
  37. Mr C. Sinne
  38. Mr Theo Smith
  39. Miss Mary Strang
  40. Miss Steffen
  41. Miss Sloane
  42. Miss A. L. Slazik
  43. Mrs E. Slazik
  44. Mr P. Slazik
  45. Mrs Vigne
  46. Mrs Van Moppes
  47. Mr J. Wozinca
  48. Miss Weissluig
  49. Mrs Zigfelde

RECAPITULATION

  • Premiere Classe 423
  • Deuxieme Classe 242
  • Troisieme Classe 73
    • Total 738

The S.S. France of the French Line

Cie Gle Transatlantique
Fast Mail Service
Paris - Havre - Plymouth - New York
By The Quadruple Screw Turbine Steamer “France”

Gross tonnage 24.839 — Displacement 27.192 Horse power 42.000 Length 714 ft Width 76 ft

S/S “ FRANCE ” is equipped with long distance wireless telegraph; also with the Bell Safety Signal which signals at a certain distance the approach of other vessels and adds to the safety of steamers, especially in case of fog.

The hull of the S/S “ FRANCE ” is divided into numerous watertight compartments, automatically operated from the Bridge in case of danger.

S/S “FRANCE” is also equipped with a complete system of fire signals consisting of electric lamps and bells.

Information For Passengers
(Subject To Change)

Going to New York:
All baggage (excepting hand bags, etc.) must be checked at Gare St. Lazare the day before departure. Cabin trunks will be sent direct from the steamer train to the- proper cabins.
Passengers are eautioned that the utmost care should be taken in filling out the questionnaire for the United States Immigration authorities, as any error may result in conside-rable inconvenience, or possibly in detention of the passenger.

Great care should also be exercised in filling out the United States Customs declarations, showing the exact number of pieces of baggage, listing all articles acquired since leaving the United States, and stating the full value of all such articles. Returning citizens are entitled to free entry of one hundred dollars’ worth of goods acquired abroad. In filling out this declaration, a close adherence to the directions given thereon will obviate a great deal of delay on reaching New York.

Arrival in New York;
All hold and cabin baggage is removed from the steamer as quickly as possible upon arrival, tend is placed on the pier beneath the letter corresponding to the initial letter of the passenger’s last name. When all baggage has been assembled, the passenger presents, at the Customs desk, the numbered slip tom from the bottom of the declaration and an inspector will be assigned to examine the passenger’s baggage.

The receipt for baggage cheeked at Gare St-Lazare before departure from Paris will be taken up by a representative of the Company’s baggage department as the passenger passes out through the Customs barrier in New York.

The Company’s Baggage Master on the Pier, will, on request, check baggage to home, hotel or railroad station.

Representatives of railroad, telegraph, and express companies will be found on the pier at the service of passengers.

Telephone booths are located on the pier, for local or long distance service.

Public taxicab stands are located in front of the pier.

Information Bureau
An information bureau has been provided for the convenience of passengers, and all requests for information of a general character should be made here. Radiograms, cablegrams, telegrams and letters will be received here for dispatch, and no member of the ship’s staff, other than those on duty at this office, is authorized to accept such communications. Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company’s form for the telegram. Here mail will be distributed and postage stamps may be purchased.

Passengers should personally ascertain, before disem-barking if there is any mail for them at this office, and may, if they so desire, leave a forwarding address, in order that any communications received after they have left the ship may be re directed.

Charges Collected on Board;
Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company’s form for all charges collected on board.

Changes in Accommodations:
No changes can be made in the accommodations of passengers except officially by the Purser.

Wireless:
The steamer is almost always in communication either with shore stations or passing steamers. The Information Bureau will give information regarding rates and wil receive messages for transmission.

Stenographer:
An experienced stenographer is on board, whose services are at the disposal of passengers. Rates for this service may be had on application at the information bureau.

Tourist Information Bureau;
A tourist information bureau has been established on board of the Paris and is in charge of a competent repre-sentative of the Office National du Tourisme. Here all travel and tourist information may be obtained, reservations made for hotels, steamers, railroads, and automobiles and necessary tickets secured.

North African Motor Tours;
Full information, reservations and tickets for the North African Motor Tours, conducted by the Compagnie Generate Transatlantique may be obtained at the Purser’s Office.

Baggage Insurance:
Passengers are urged to insure their baggage, as the French Line’s liability is strictly limited in accordance with the contract ticket. All inquiries regarding baggage should be made to the baggage master on the pier before sailing, or to the baggage master on board.

Valuables:
Passengers are cautioned not to keep money, jewelry and other valuables in their state-rooms.

  1. On board all liners, valuables may be left at the Information Bureau for deposit in the ship’s safe. Special envelopes to be sealed and marked with owner’s name will be supplied. No charge is made for this service
  2. In addition, both s/s “Paris” and “France ” are provided with a safe deposit vaults, similar to those of a modern bank, which is placed at the disposal of passengers. Individual compartments may be obtained upon payment of f 1.00. Keys of individual compartments are left in charge of travelers during the whole crossing, thus allowing them free access to their valuables whenever they so desire

Therefore, the French Line cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage Passengers can protect themselves by insurance which may be obtained by application to the purser’s office t
Exchange of Money:

For the convenience of passengers, the information bureau attendant is prepared to exchange a limited amount of money ; rates will be quoted on application.

Claim, etc. :
Passengers desiring to file letters of claim, commendation, or complaint, are requested to present them to the Purser.

Recovery of U.S. Head Tax:
All aliens sixteen years of age and over are requires to pay a United States Government Head Tax of $ 8.00 at time of purchasing their tickets for the Westbound voyage. Children under sixteen years, when accompanied by father or mother, are exempt. Aliens in transit through the United States, or on a temporary visit not exceeding 60 days, can secure refund of this Head Tax, providing they inform the U. S. Immigration Inspector, on arrival at New York, of their intention to leave the United States within 60 days, and obtain from him Transit Certificate, form 514. This certificate must be signed by the Conductor of the Train or Purser of the Vessel on which the passenger leaves the United States, and returned to the Company’s Office at 19 State Street, New York City within 120 days from date of arrival.

Post Office:
A Post Office under the management of a representative of the French Government Postal Service is on board, where postal money orders, stamps and post cards may be obtained, mail registered, and all usual post office business transacted.

Passenger's addresses:
Passenger’s addresses may be left at the Information Bureau, in order that any letters received after passengers have left the ship may be forwarded.

Passenger’s may have Mail, Telegrams and cables sent to the care of any of the French Line Chief Offices.

Meals:
Meals will be served as follows:
Breakfast ... 7 to 9:30 A.M 7 to 8:30 A.M.
Luncheon 12:15 P.M Noon
Tea 3 to 5 P.M 3 to 4 P.M.
Dinner 7:30 P.M 7 P. M.

A gong is sounded half an hour before and at the beginning of meals

Seats at Table:
Seats at the dining-tables are assigned by the Second Steward immediately after sailing, governed as far as possible by the wishes of the passengers. Children are not entitled to seats in the main dining-saloon unless full fare is paid.

Smoking:
Passengers are requested not to smoke in the dining rooms, music rooms, library, or staterooms

Wines:
Wine is served without charge at luncheon and dinner during the voyage. When ordering special wines, champagnes, cordials, aperitifs, etc., passengers are requested to sign cards at table. Accounts for these will be presented at the end of the voyage by the dining room sergeant to whom payment should be made.

Bar:
The bar opens at 7.30 A. M. and closes at 11 P.M., but it is within the discretion of the Captain, at any time during the voyage, to close it should he consider this course advisable.

Professional Gamblers:
Passengers are informed that professional Gamblers are reported as frequently crossing on Atlantic Steamers, and are warned to take precautions accordingly.

Ice Room:
The Ice Room is at the disposal of passengers who desire to preserve fruits, flowers, or other perishables during the voyage.

Baths:
Passengers will please arrange the hours for their baths with the bathroom steward or stewardess.

Berth-Ladders;
These may be obtained on application to the steward or stewardess.

Chairs and Rugs:
Deck chairs can be hired from the deck steward at a charge of $1.50 each for the duration of the voyage. Steamer rugs are also available at $ 1.50 each. Chair cushions can also be arranged for with the deck steward. Blankets and pillows must not be taken from the staterooms for use on deck.

Gymnasium:
A gymnasium, completely equipped with the most modern apparatus, and in charge of a competent instructor, is available for exercise for passengers. No charge is made either for the use of this equipment or the services of the instructor.

The gymnasium supplied with modern appliances is situated on Deck » B » and is open for the use of passengers as follows : ladies and gentlemen from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 8 p. m. to 6 p. m. children : from 1 p. m. to 3 p. m.

Massage:
A massage room an electric bath cabinet and two shower bath rooms in charge of an experienced masseur are in the gymnasium.

Valet Service:
In charge of an expert tailor, a pressing and cleaning room is available for the use of passengers having any such work to be done, rates for which may be had on application at the information bureau.

Medical Attention:
The ship’s Doctor is at the disposal of passengers requiring his professional services, for which no charge is made. In all cases, medicine will be furnished free by the Company when prescribed by the Doctor.

Barber;
The barber-shop is open from 8 A.M. to Noon and 2 P. M. to 7 P.M., and a fixed tariff of charges is posted therein. The barber is also allowed the privilege of selling various articles.

Hair Dressing:
The ladies’ hairdressing parlor is open from 8 A.M. to Noon and 2 P. M. to 7 P. M., and a fixed price-list may be found posted there.

Manicure;
The services of a manicurist are at the disposal of the passengers at a fixed rate which will be advised upon application.

Dogs:
Dogs will be carried at the owner’s risk, in the kennel, at the rate of $ 15.00 each and tickets for them should be obtained at the time of securing passenger’s own ticket. In instances where this has not been done, the Purser is authorized to collect the charges. Dogs to be landed in England require a special license from te Secretary of Agriculture in London. Without such license they will not be received on board ship. There are no restriction as to the landing of dogs in France.

Elevators:
Passenger elevators provide between decks B. C, D, and E.

Cleaning of Shoes:
Shoes left outside of cabin doors in the evening will be cleaned free of charge. However, the French Line accepts no responsibility for thefts resulting from passengers taking advantage of this service.

Church Services:
Mass on Sunday at 9:30 AM. in the grand salon.

Deck Games and Amusements:
Golf, Croquet, Bull Board, Shuffleboard, Deck Quoits Tonneau and other games are provided on deck and may be had from the deck steward on application. Chess, Mah Yougg Checkers, Dominos, Jacquet, etc., can be had on application to the lounge or smoking room stewards.

Movie Shows:
Series of cinematograph shows are given every day on board all.
The orchestra is playing during the shows.

Library:
A large and well-chosen library is at the disposal of passengers and books may be obtained from the steward in charge, subject to the rules of the Company. Passengers are urged in the interest of their fellow-passengers, not to delay in returning books to the library after they have been read. The borrower must pay the full value of lost or damaged books.

Picture Postcards :
Picture postcards and sectional views of the steamer can be obtained at the information bureau and at the library.

Orchestra;

An orchestra of professional musicians will play at times and places mentioned below:

2:15 to 3 P.M. second class salon
4 to 5 P.M. first class salon mixte
5 to 6 P.M. during the movies show
9 to 10 P.M. first class grand salon
10 to 11 P.M. first class grand salon (for dancing)

Children’s Playroom:
A playroom has been provided for children forward on B-Deck. A Punch and Judy Show (Guignol) is presented here each day at 3 P.M.

Photographic dark room
The Guignol attendant has charge of the Photographic Dark Room for any work on plates, films and prints for passengers.

Magasins du Louvre :
There has been established on board, in charge of a competent representative, a branch of the Parisian depart-ment store, Les Grands Magasins du Louvre, where a large assortment of merchandises and objets d’art is on sale.

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Prepared 2015-05-30 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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