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Passenger List, CGT French Line, S.S. Paris, 11 October 1924

First and Second Class Passenger List for the S.S. Paris II of the CGT - French Line, Departing 11 October 1924 from Le Havre for New York via Plymouth, Commanded by Captain G. Maurras.

List of First and Second Class Passengers
Compagnie Générale Transatlantique CGT - French Line
S.S. Paris II
Captain G. Maurras
From Le Havre to New York via Plymouth
Saturday 11 October 1924

Passenger List, CGT-French Line S.S. Paris - 1924 - Front Cover

List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: Mr. G. MAURRAS
  2. Second Captain: Mr. FONTAINE
  3. Chief Engineer: Mr. LANNE
  4. Asst. chief Engineer: Mr. CUSSET
  5. Purser: Mr. VILLAR
  6. Assistant Purser: Mr. AD1GARD
  7. Assistant Purser: Mr. VATON
  8. Surgeon: Mr. DUMOND
  9. Baggage Master: Mr. ERNOU
  10. Chief Steward: Mr. LANNOYE
  11. Asst. Chief-Steward: Mr. GASNIER
  12. Asst. Chief-Steward: Mr. DELIERE
  13. Asst. Chief-Steward: Mr. MAGUET

List of First Class Passengers

  1. Mr. T. Arocena
  2. Mr. F. Alciator
  3. Mr. Atkins
  4. Mr. R. Angles
  5. Mr. Jose-Maria de Astoreco
  6. Mr. W. Adles Hijo
  7. Mrs. V. Anderson
  8. Mrs. Isabel O. Ball
  9. Mr. Jose de Abiega
  10. Rev. Louis A. Bauer
  11. Mr. Luis de Abiega
  12. Mrs. F. C. Barlow
  13. Mr. Fred J. Alciator
  14. Mr. Benzel Jr.
  15. Mrs. Fred J. Alciator
  16. Miss Nellie Bechtol
  17. Mr. Leon Bocqueraz
  18. Mrs. Leon Bocqueraz
  19. Miss Suzanne Bocqueraz and Governess
  20. Mr. George Blumenthal
  21. Mrs. George Blumenthal and 2 Maids
  22. Mrs. K. Bertolini
  23. Mr. Victor Boulin
  24. Mr. Charles Berkowitz
  25. Miss Lucrezia Bori (Spanish operatic singer, a lyric soprano) and Maid
  26. Mr. C. F. Benton
  27. Dr Borsch
  28. Miss L. Bergen
  29. Mrs. H. W. Blake
  30. Mr. Legrand S. Burton
  31. Mr. R. Bekkevold
  32. Mr. A. Bonnier
  33. Mr. V. Bori
  34. Mr. H. Berheim
  35. Mr. Baez
  36. Mrs. Baez
  37. Miss Baez
  38. Miss Andrée Brost
  39. Mr. J. R. Bryden
  40. Mrs. J. R. Bryden
  41. Mrs. C. N. Beer
  42. Mr. S. S. Bloch
  43. Mrs. S. S. Bloch and Valet
  44. Dr Borsch
  45. Mrs. V. Benzel
  46. Mr. V. Cenzel
  47. Mrs. E. Bushey
  48. Miss M. A. Briggs
  49. Mr. R. Boisson
  50. Mrs. R. Boisson family and Maid
  51. Mr. Vicente Bori
  52. Mr. A. H. Beck
  53. Mrs. A. H. Beck
  54. Miss Anna Butler
  55. Mr. Julius Ciechanow
  56. Mr. E. R. Coleman
  57. Mr. P. de Cordoba
  58. Mrs. M. Cabaud and family
  59. Miss C. H. Coster and Maid
  60. Mr. Yves Calisti
  61. Mrs. Allred Conkling Coxe
  62. Mr. H. Cheney
  63. Miss H. Cheney
  64. Mr. Codry-Lepage
  65. Mr. G. F. Crowley
  66. Mrs. M. Cary
  67. Mr. K. K. Culver
  68. Mrs. K. K. Culver
  69. Miss Jane Culver
  70. Master Culver
  71. Mrs. H. J. Caulkins
  72. Miss E. Caulkins
  73. Mr. M. J. Campin
  74. Mr. Louis Courtot
  75. Mr. Louis Courtot Jr.
  76. Mrs. Chas. Dewey
  77. Dr George J. Dennis
  78. Mrs. George J. Dennis
  79. Mrs. Dennis and family
  80. Miss Isabel Doolittle
  81. Mr. A. Didur
  82. Miss I. Dowalder
  83. Mr. M. B. Deschler
  84. Mr. A. Duterte
  85. Mrs. A. Duterte
  86. Mr. Miguel Duenas
  87. Mrs. Miguel Duenas
  88. Mr. Miquelito Duenas
  89. Mr. Roberto Duenas
  90. Miss M. E. Duenas
  91. Mr. C. P. Donnelly
  92. Mrs. C. P. Donnelly
  93. Mr. A. Dubois
  94. Mr. C. Duplessis
  95. Mr. T. Emery
  96. Miss N. Ehrmann and Maid
  97. Miss Valerie Emanuel
  98. Mrs. Maximiliam Elser Jr.
  99. Miss Elizabeth Elser
  100. Master Peter Elser
  101. Master Henry Elser and Governess
  102. Mr. M. Ferrand
  103. Mrs. L. B. Fleischaker
  104. Mr. J. W. Freeman
  105. Mrs. J. W. Freeman and Maid
  106. Mr. Charles E. Fletcher
  107. Mr. Nathan Fein
  108. Mrs. Nathan Fein
  109. Mrs. Alice L. Friestedt
  110. Mrs. Katherine Fagan
  111. Mrs. J. Morgan Firth
  112. Miss Alice Gray
  113. Mr. Henry H. Gray
  114. Mrs. O. M. Grady
  115. Mrs. F. Gordon-Smith
  116. Mr. Henry G. Gray
  117. Mrs. Henry G. Gray
  118. Mr. H. H. Gelles
  119. Mrs. Grantham
  120. Mr. H. Galland
  121. Mrs. H. Galland
  122. Mr. E. Garden
  123. Mrs. E. Garden
  124. Mr. H. K. Gunzburg
  125. Mrs. H. K. Gunzburg
  126. Mr. Payson Graham
  127. Mrs. F. W. Home
  128. Miss J. Hitze
  129. Mr. J. P. Huguet
  130. Mrs. J. P. Huguet
  131. Mrs. H. Kohlman and child
  132. Miss M. Koprina
  133. Mr. Welter S. Klee
  134. Mrs. Welter S. Klee
  135. Dr E. Libman
  136. Mr. Lucardie
  137. Dr Samuel Levin
  138. Mrs. Samuel Levin
  139. Mrs. Leon Levy and child
  140. Mr. B. Levy
  141. Mrs. B. Levy
  142. Mr. C. W. Hendley
  143. Mrs. D. B. Hussey
  144. Miss Hussey
  145. Mr. Alfred Hoen
  146. Mr. W. H. S. Hynes
  147. Mrs. W. H. S. Hynes
  148. Mr. H. M. Hynes
  149. Mr. J. A. Holabird
  150. Mrs. J. A. Holahird
  151. Mr. Hall
  152. Miss Y. Harris
  153. Mrs. C. R. Herriman
  154. Mrs. J. Hobley
  155. Miss M. Harry
  156. Mrs. M. Johnson
  157. Mr. Rene P. Joubert
  158. Mr. Jencks
  159. Mrs. Jencks
  160. Mrs. Noble Lagogué Judah and Maid
  161. Mr. Henri Jequier
  162. Mr. O. H. Johnson
  163. Mrs. O. H. Johnson
  164. Miss Lainé Johnson
  165. Mr. H. A. Kahn
  166. Mr. Martin B. Kohn
  167. Mrs. Martin B. Kohn
  168. Mr. Frederic A. Kick
  169. Mr. Cyrus P. Keen
  170. Mr. Kalmar
  171. Mr. Kulikowski and Maid
  172. Mr. Otto S. Loeb
  173. Mrs. Otto Loeb
  174. Miss Loeb and Maid
  175. Mrs. P. Lagogue
  176. Mr. A. G. Lucas
  177. Mrs. Lamont
  178. Mrs. Mary Laudner
  179. Miss Odet Jéquierner
  180. Miss C. Laine
  181. Mr. Edmond Lefebvre
  182. Mrs. Edmond Lefebvre
  183. Mr. Lacour-Gayer
  184. Mr. F. Ledoux
  185. Mrs. F. Ledoux
  186. Mr. F. Leferrer
  187. Mr. Eugene Lubovitch
  188. Miss M. Lawson
  189. Mr. Andre Levy
  190. Mr. M. J. Mulqueen
  191. Mrs. M. J. Mulqueen
  192. Mr. Carr Mulqueen and 2 nurses
  193. Mr. Michot
  194. Miss A. Mc Lester
  195. Mr. L. Mony
  196. Mrs. R. K. Mitler
  197. Mise K. Meyer
  198. Miss M. J. Meyer
  199. Mr. Murphy
  200. Mrs. Murphy
  201. Mr. Otto Meyer
  202. Master H. Meyer
  203. Master P. Meyer
  204. Miss Meserole
  205. Mr. G. de Montel
  206. Mrs. Grawille McGowan
  207. Miss Eleanor McGowan
  208. Mr. C. Metzger
  209. Mrs. C. Metzger
  210. Mr. Nikiloroff
  211. Mr. F. Nysten
  212. Mr. H. A. Noble
  213. Mrs. H. A. Noble
  214. Mrs. W. H. Newman
  215. Mr. F. C. Nano
  216. Mr. Frank E. Nelson
  217. Mrs. Frank Nelson
  218. Mr. Joseph N. Neel
  219. Mrs. Joseph N. Neel
  220. Miss Blanche Neel
  221. Mr. J. de Ona
  222. Right Rev. Ed. M. Obrecht
  223. Mr. P. Ortiz
  224. Miss M. Pollard
  225. Mr. Arthur C. Phené
  226. Miss Katherine Plover
  227. Miss M. Phelps
  228. Miss M. Pillot
  229. Mrs. Edward J. Parker
  230. Mrs. Renee Pitrou
  231. Mrs. C. B. Parker
  232. Maestro Polacco
  233. Mr. Francois Porchet
  234. Mrs. Simone Porcher
  235. Mr. B. W. Peterson
  236. Mrs. B. W. Peterson
  237. Mr. J. S. Reilly
  238. Mrs. J. S. Reilly
  239. Mr. R. J. Remy
  240. Mr. A. Rossignol
  241. Mr. W. Rafel
  242. Mrs. C. Real baby and Governess
  243. Mr. J. B. Root
  244. Mrs. J. B. Root
  245. Miss D. Root
  246. Mrs. S. Rossman
  247. Mrs. Rozella F. Raff
  248. Miss Margaret Roff
  249. Mr. Ricart
  250. Mr. E. J. Rickert
  251. Mr. Xavier Roustan
  252. Mrs. Xavier Roustan
  253. Mr. J. F. Robles
  254. Mrs. J. F. Robles
  255. Miss Beatrice Robles
  256. Miss Ross Robles
  257. Miss Elisa Robles
  258. Miss Vina Robles
  259. Mrs. Kate Rolla
  260. Mrs. W. T. Sampson
  261. Mr. G. Sabran
  262. Mr. Julius Steger
  263. Mr. H. Sacks
  264. Mr. E. P. Stahel
  265. Miss Marthe de Savigny
  266. Mr. Simenel
  267. Miss Belle Skinner
  268. Mrs. C. F. Sweet
  269. Mrs. J. Seligman
  270. Mr. R. Sudreau
  271. Mrs. R. Sudreau
  272. Mr. L. C. Samuels
  273. Mrs. R. Sturgess family and Maid
  274. Mrs. Lyman J. Spalding
  275. Miss E. Spiegl
  276. Mr. Edwin S. Schenck
  277. Mrs. Edwin S. Schenck
  278. Miss Clair Schenck
  279. Mr. E. P. Stahel Vicomtesse de Salignae-FéneIon
  280. Mrs. A. Sacks
  281. Miss N. Sacks
  282. Mr. Robert Salazar
  283. Mr. W. W. Seaman
  284. Mrs. W. W. Seaman
  285. Mrs. H. Sterne
  286. Mr. Robert Stafford
  287. Mrs. Robert Stafford
  288. Mr. Robert Stafford Jr.
  289. Miss Margaret Stafford Nurse, Maid and Valet
  290. Miss D. Stebbins
  291. Captain Gipsy Pat Smith
  292. Mrs. Gibsy Pat Smith
  293. Miss V. Skarine
  294. Mrs. R. Tgader
  295. Dr Thierry de Martel
  296. Miss E. Duenas
  297. Miss M. Duenas
  298. Mr. W. E Thau
  299. Mr. Louis A. Thébaud
  300. Mrs. Louis A. Thébaud and Maid
  301. Mrs. J. Tournier
  302. Mrs. Cornelius Tiers
  303. Master Cornelius Tiers
  304. Miss M. Tiers and Maid
  305. Mr. W. Taylor
  306. Mrs. W. Taylor
  307. Mr. Vogel
  308. Mrs. Augusta Vatable and Maid
  309. Mrs. Van Ronsder
  310. Miss A. Van Rensselaer and Maid
  311. Mr. A. Véluard
  312. Mr. W. L. Voigt
  313. Mrs. W. L. Voigt
  314. Miss M. Vignon
  315. Mr. Isaac Wise
  316. Mr. M. Wesendonck
  317. Mr. E. L. Waldo
  318. Mrs. E. L. Waldo
  319. Mrs. Clark Wright
  320. Mr. W. W. White
  321. Mrs. Laura B. Witmer
  322. Mr. G. R. Webster
  323. Mr. R. R. Walbridge
  324. Mrs. R. R. Walbridge
  325. Mr. M. Wilson
  326. Mrs. M. Wilson
  327. Mr. Horace Whittemore
  328. Judge C. A. Wilson
  329. Mrs. C. A. Wilson
  330. Mr. J. S. Woodhouse
  331. Mr. M. Wolf
  332. Mrs. M. Wolf

Not on Board

  1. Mr. Benzel Jr.
  2. Mr. Charles Berkowitz
  3. Mr. H. Berheim
  4. Mrs. V. Benzel
  5. Mr. V. Cenzel
  6. Mr. Codry Lepage
  7. Mrs. Henry G. Gray
  8. Mr. Payson Graham
  9. Mr. C. W. Hendley
  10. Mrs. J. Hobley
  11. Miss C. Lainé
  12. Mr. Nikiloroff
  13. Mr. Frank E. Nelson
  14. Mrs. Frank Nelson
  15. Miss M. Phelps Maestro Polacco
  16. Mr. Ricart
  17. Mr. E. J. Rickert Vicomtesse de Salignac-Fénelon
  18. Mr. W. E. Thau
  19. Mrs. Van Ronsder
  20. Mr. W. W. White
  21. Mr. M. Wolf
  22. Mrs. M. Wolf

First Class Additional Passengers

  1. Miss A. Archibald
  2. Miss S. Bryant
  3. Mr. L. Bauer
  4. Mr. L. Bloch
  5. Mrs. L. Bloch
  6. Mr. H. Brandt
  7. Mr. H. Bouree
  8. Miss L. Bendier
  9. Mrs. H. Bowdoin
  10. Mrs. P. Bunzl
  11. Mr. J. Bunzl
  12. Mr. A. de Chazouliere
  13. Miss H. Cheney
  14. Miss B. Combrouze
  15. Mr. S. Cotchanoff
  16. Mrs. S. Cotchanoff
  17. Mr. H. Chidler
  18. Mr. D. Douglas
  19. Mrs. D. Douglas
  20. Miss R. Dupontet
  21. Mr. F. Foley
  22. Miss G. Graham
  23. Miss L. Jaehne
  24. Miss M. Jones
  25. Mr. W. King
  26. Master K. Klee
  27. Miss F. Lafosse
  28. Miss M. Lawton
  29. Miss S. Lagrue
  30. Mrs. C. Limburg
  31. Mrs. A. Levy
  32. Mr. H. Mc Evoy
  33. Mr. E. Masurel
  34. Mrs. M. Mabley
  35. Mr. A. Masson
  36. Miss L. Mermin
  37. Mr. F. Nulsen
  38. Mrs. F. Nulsen
  39. Mr. E. Olds
  40. Miss G. Pierroux
  41. Mrs. H. Preston
  42. Mr. J. H. Ricard
  43. Mrs. A. Rickert
  44. Miss K. Rogers
  45. Miss V. Spieth
  46. Miss E. Sachs
  47. Mrs. N. Sachs
  48. Mrs. Umbsen

RECAPITULATION

  • First Class 390
  • Second Class 380
  • Third Class 104
  • Total 874
Passenger List, CGT-French Line S.S. Paris - 1924 - Back Cover

List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. L. Achino
  2. Mrs. G. Achino
  3. Mr. Arostegin
  4. Mrs. Arostegin
  5. Mr. J. Arostegin
  6. Mr. H. Altman
  7. Mr. Anteljevich
  8. Mrs. A. Allan
  9. Mr. A. Andrieu
  10. Mr. J. P. Ardans
  11. Mrs. H. Adams
  12. Mr. Anzider
  13. Mrs. Anzider
  14. Mrs. A. Alcabes
  15. Mrs. C. Weill
  16. Mr. P. Aphessetche
  17. Mr. E. Bouyer
  18. Mrs. E. Bouyer
  19. Mr. G. Bidard
  20. Mrs. W. Boizar and child
  21. Mr. E. Brungard
  22. Miss O. Boehm
  23. Mr. Wm. Beck
  24. Mrs. J. Birgeron and tur children
  25. Mr. L. Bernes
  26. Mrs. L. Bernes
  27. Mr. B. Bernes
  28. Mr. A. Bernes
  29. Miss J. Bleuzen
  30. Miss M. Bleuzen
  31. Mr. M. Bercot
  32. Mr. M. Barnett
  33. Mrs. M. Barnett
  34. Mr. P. Boghain
  35. Mr. A. Behr
  36. Mrs. Anne Baumann
  37. Mr. Becker
  38. Mr. H. Bertini
  39. Miss L. Benin
  40. Mr. G. Beaujard
  41. Mr. J. Borders
  42. Mrs. J. Borders
  43. Miss D. Borders
  44. Mr. B. Borders
  45. Miss Burdire
  46. Mr. S. Boerini
  47. Mr. E. Boern
  48. Mr. H. Bleuzen
  49. Mr. Bazot
  50. Mrs. Bazot
  51. Mr. Blanco Angel
  52. Mrs. Blanco Angel
  53. Mr. George Burus
  54. Mrs. F. Crosta
  55. Miss M. Campis
  56. Mrs. Caudevent
  57. Mr. Chevalier
  58. Mrs. F. del Carle
  59. Mr. J. Conroy
  60. Mrs. C. Conroy
  61. Mr. M. G. Conroy
  62. Miss V. Conroy
  63. Mrs. Cavoli two children
  64. Mrs. Vve J. Candor
  65. Mrs. M. Cunningham
  66. Mrs. F. R. CarIcon
  67. Mr. R. CarIcon Mrs. L. Clotio
  68. Mr. F. Carpenter
  69. Mr. F. Camparello
  70. Mr. Castello
  71. Mr. G. CarIn
  72. Mrs. G. CarIn
  73. Mr. Couragent
  74. Mrs. Couragent
  75. Miss Couanon
  76. Mr. W. H. Chadbourn
  77. Mrs. W. H. Chadbourn
  78. Mr. Carmagnole
  79. Mrs. Donovan
  80. Miss J. Dangnac
  81. Mr. F. Darbellay
  82. Mrs. M. Darbellay
  83. Master R. Darbellay
  84. Miss G. Darbellay
  85. Miss Marche Defrestières
  86. Mr. F. Dantiei
  87. Mr. P. C. Dunham
  88. Mr. E. Delfino
  89. Mrs. E. Delfino and child
  90. Mr. Donnio
  91. Mrs. A. Dhouot
  92. Mr. G. Dutz
  93. Mr. G. Demery
  94. Mr. J. Denat
  95. Mrs. B. Denat
  96. Mr. A. Ernoskin
  97. Mrs. A. Ernoskin
  98. Mrs. M. Erro
  99. Mr. Paul Ernest
  100. Mr. B. Ernaya
  101. Mr. A. Fidler
  102. Miss Falgère
  103. Mr. E. Fisher
  104. Mrs. E. Fisher
  105. Mr. W. Fluckiger
  106. Mrs. M. Fiddick
  107. Master H. Fiddick
  108. Mrs. P. Freclard
  109. Mr. Etienne Formaz
  110. Mr. J. I. Finley
  111. Mrs. J. I. Finley and child
  112. Miss M. Falgère
  113. Miss F. B. Freedman
  114. Mrs. A. Ferari
  115. Miss M. Ferrari
  116. Mrs. M. Ferraris
  117. Miss R. Ferrer
  118. Mr. Pierre Faivre
  119. Mr. B. Ilgoa
  120. Mrs. Pierre Faivre
  121. Miss Pierre Faivre
  122. Mr. Jokalson
  123. Mrs. F. B. Freedman
  124. Miss P. Jacquinot
  125. Mr. Jacoberger
  126. Mrs. L. Galland
  127. Mrs. Jacoberger
  128. Mr. P. Carat
  129. Miss Jacoberger
  130. Mrs. J. Carat
  131. Mr. P. Jehnorini
  132. Miss M. Guery
  133. Mr. F. Gabert
  134. Mr. P. Krilich
  135. Mrs. F. Gabert
  136. Mr. Karvas
  137. Mr. F. Guarterinaire
  138. Mrs. Karvas
  139. Mrs. F. Guarterinaire and two children
  140. Mrs. R. Geffray
  141. Mr. F. Klein and two children
  142. Miss Jeanne Kern
  143. Mr. Gruneisun
  144. Mr. Kerkevé
  145. Mrs. M. L. Giraud
  146. Mrs. Keikevé and baby
  147. Mr. Louis Giraud
  148. Miss A. Lambert
  149. Mrs. M. Laurette
  150. Mrs. Hughes
  151. Mrs. Lorefia
  152. Miss V. Harbor
  153. Mr. Chas. Legrand
  154. Mr. L. Henry
  155. Mrs. C. Lacaze
  156. Mrs. C. R. Heaton
  157. Mr. C. Legrand
  158. Mr. V. A. Harry Sr Lesaffre
  159. Mrs. V. A. Harry
  160. Mrs. D. Levy
  161. Mrs. Heiner
  162. Mr. Libert
  163. Master Heiner
  164. Mrs. Libert
  165. Mr. G. Hugi
  166. Mis M. Lambert
  167. Miss M. Hettrich
  168. Mrs. Le Bitter
  169. Mr. G. Hugonnet and child
  170. Miss H. Hagenbach
  171. Miss Laxague
  172. Mr. P. Le Borgue
  173. Miss J. Ilsler
  174. Mr. J. Le Cleck
  175. Mr. J. Lolseau
  176. Miss Meyer
  177. Miss M. Le Goff
  178. Mr. Mathis
  179. Miss L. Le Goff
  180. Mrs. Mathis
  181. Miss F. Le Moal
  182. Miss Moody
  183. Mr. Lebamoff
  184. Mr. B. Maitia
  185. Mrs. Lebamoff
  186. Mr. L. Mostowtt
  187. Miss Lemoge
  188. Mrs. H. Mostowtt
  189. Mr. Liaume
  190. Miss H. J. Mostowtt
  191. Mrs. Liaume
  192. Miss H. Mostowtt
  193. Mr. S. Le Moal
  194. Miss J. Newman
  195. Ms Moyrond
  196. Mr. P. Noir
  197. Mrs. Moyrond
  198. Rev. D. Nagy
  199. Mrs. O. Mathews
  200. Miss D. Mathews
  201. Rev. A. Osmola
  202. Miss D. Mathews
  203. Rev. Mire Majoux
  204. Mrs. C. Prosperi
  205. Miss G. Maury
  206. Mrs. Porrus
  207. Mr. H. Massart
  208. Mr. S. A. Pavloff
  209. Mrs. J. Maurin
  210. Mrs. A. Pousolle
  211. Miss H. Maurin
  212. Mr. Ernest Perrin
  213. Miss L. D. Miller
  214. Mrs. D. Peyrounat
  215. Miss L. E. Mynderre
  216. Master A. Peyrounat
  217. Mr. Manehi
  218. Mr. L. Protin
  219. Mr. Mauclair
  220. Mr. M. Pavino
  221. Mrs. Moody Sr Peters
  222. Mrs. E. H. Merrell
  223. Mr. Philipp
  224. Mrs. M. Matromont
  225. Mrs. Philipp
  226. Mr. G. Monteleoni
  227. Mr. J. Ponsolle
  228. Mrs. R. Montelconi
  229. Mr. J. Pauli
  230. Miss I. Monteleoni
  231. Mr. N. Ponch
  232. Mr. A. Monteleoni
  233. Mrs. N. Ponch
  234. Mr. J. Mitrani
  235. Miss B. L. Pays
  236. Mrs. Meyer
  237. Mr. Poor
  238. Mrs. Perisevry
  239. Mr. M. Potry
  240. Mr. R. Palaquer
  241. Mr. Aloise Reinkan
  242. Mr. Rietsch
  243. Mr. Radoiwich
  244. Mr. M. Rambert
  245. Mrs. Radigois
  246. Mrs. I. Rossi
  247. Mrs. M. Rillstone
  248. Mr. Rosenberg
  249. Miss Andrée Roure
  250. Mr. Ramonetti
  251. Mrs. Ramonetti
  252. Miss P. Rossi
  253. Mr. M. Ruan
  254. Mrs. M. Ruan
  255. Mr. Rougermont
  256. Mr. F. Robin
  257. Mrs. M. Sanban
  258. Miss M. Sanban
  259. Mr. A. Schwoind
  260. Miss J. Schwoind
  261. Mrs. C. Sheeky
  262. Miss Servella
  263. Mr. Starcevich
  264. Mrs. B. Schneider
  265. Mr. B. Silvitti
  266. Mr. A. Scrignani
  267. Miss A. L. Schefer
  268. Mr. H. Suraud
  269. Mr. Svauhon
  270. Mr. M. Sarrailh
  271. Miss L. Sarraute
  272. Mr. L. Sarrasin
  273. Miss S. Synovitz
  274. Mr. M. Synovitz
  275. Mr. D. Schen
  276. Mr. R. Satturnd
  277. Mrs. Strambeck
  278. Mrs. M. E. Sternberg
  279. Miss A. Streit
  280. Miss H. Schmit
  281. Mr. Salanouve
  282. Rev. J. Szabo
  283. Mr. B. Signore
  284. Mr. Salli and child
  285. Mr. H. Stanislaw
  286. Mr. E. Stowell
  287. Mr. A. Thelidon
  288. Mrs. C. Tignard
  289. Miss A. Tignard
  290. Mrs. R. Torund
  291. Mr. Y. Tocona
  292. Mr. A. Virkow
  293. Mrs. A. Vielpeau
  294. Mr. Vievilie
  295. Mrs. M. Verntz
  296. Rev. R. Weckel
  297. Miss M. Wheelock
  298. Mr. H. Weber
  299. Mr. J. Weber
  300. Mrs. J. Weber
  301. Mr. Williams
  302. Miss B. Weiner
  303. Miss Weiner
  304. Mr. H. Waldmeier
  305. Mrs. Watripont
  306. Miss M. Zacher
  307. Mr. Zwahlen
  308. Mr. A. Zinck
  309. Mrs. A. Zinck

Not on Board

  1. Mrs. L. Achino
  2. Mrs. G. Achino
  3. Mr. E. Bouyer
  4. Mrs. E. Bouyer
  5. Mr. Wm. Beek
  6. Mrs. J. Birgeron and two Children
  7. Mr. P. Boghain
  8. Miss Burdire
  9. Mr. S. Boerini
  10. Mr. G. Burus
  11. Mrs. P. Del Carle
  12. Mrs. Cavoli and two Chi Hire*
  13. Mrs. M. Cunningham I
  14. Mrs. L.,Clotio
  15. Mr. F. Dantiei
  16. Mr. P. C. Dunham
  17. Mrs. Dhouat
  18. Miss Fulgere
  19. Mr. E. Fisher
  20. Mrs. F. Fisher
  21. Miss F. B. Freedman
  22. Mrs. F. B. Freedman
  23. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gabert
  24. Mrs. M. L. Giraud and Ba
  25. Mr. Louis Giraud
  26. Mr. V. A. Harry
  27. Mrs. V. A. Harry
  28. Mr. G. Hugonnet
  29. Mr. Jokalson
  30. Mr. P. Jehnorini
  31. Mr. Kerkeve
  32. Mrs. Kerkeve
  33. Miss A. Lambert
  34. Mrs. M, Laurette
  35. Mrs. Lorefia
  36. Mr. and Mrs. Libert
  37. Mrs. M. Lambert
  38. Mr. J. Lolseau
  39. Mrs. Mathis
  40. Mrs. Porrus
  41. Mr. M. Pavino
  42. Mr. Akoise Reinkan
  43. Mrs. Radigois
  44. Mr. Rosenberg
  45. Mr. H. Sureaud
  46. Mr. Salli and Child
  47. Mr. D. Schen
  48. Mr. H. Stanislaw
  49. Mrs. R. Torund
  50. Mr. A. Virkow
  51. Mrs. M.Verntz
  52. Rev. R. Weckel

Additional Second Class PASSEGERS

  1. Mr. J. Asper
  2. Miss Allombert
  3. Miss d'Avezo
  4. Mr. P. Arrosa
  5. Mr. and Mrs. Aldebert
  6. Mr. P. Amiot
  7. Mr. a Burns
  8. Miss M. Belli
  9. Mr. Bacque
  10. Miss Bellegarde
  11. Mr. B. Berthet
  12. Mr. R. S. Brennan
  13. Mrs. S. Boeru
  14. Mr. L. Bernato
  15. Mrs. Bugn on and Children
  16. Mrs. Copi and Children
  17. Miss J. Chevillet
  18. Mr. H. Castino
  19. Mrs. L. Chotro
  20. Mrs. Chanin and Child
  21. Mr. Deneubourg
  22. Mr. Depoigny
  23. Mr. Davy
  24. Sister Duval
  25. Mr. F. Derico
  26. Miss J. Dobai
  27. Mr. P. Dogliani
  28. Mr. De Tramont
  29. Mrs. A. Dhondt
  30. Mr. Etchegaray
  31. Miss Renata Ferri
  32. Mrs. Grumbach
  33. Mr. P. Gregori
  34. Mr. F. Galut
  35. Mrs. F. Galut
  36. Mr. Galli
  37. Mrs. Galli and Child
  38. Mrs. M. Guengant
  39. Mr. G. Glaustre
  40. Mrs. Glaustre
  41. Mr. M. Husser
  42. Mr. R. Henry
  43. Mrs. Hecker
  44. Mrs. S. Horn
  45. Miss C. Herstaran
  46. Miss Bessie James
  47. Mrs. J. Juniewiecz
  48. Mr. M. G. Kawas
  49. Mrs. R. Kawas
  50. Mr. Dan Kirkhuff
  51. Mr. Umberto Lavino
  52. Mr. Lavialle
  53. Mr. J. Laplace
  54. Mr. M. Lavin
  55. Mrs. Lavin
  56. Mr. T. Moroni
  57. Mrs. S. Moosekian
  58. Family Mombelli
  59. Mr. G. Malavolta
  60. Mr. A. Muller
  61. Miss Martal
  62. Mr. B. Mc. Donough
  63. Miss Olaszewska
  64. Mrs. Olaszewska
  65. Mr. J. Oldani
  66. Mr. J. Pardou
  67. Mrs. L. Pardou
  68. Mr. F. Repole
  69. Miss A. Roude
  70. Mr. A. Reinhardt
  71. Mr. A. Rosenthal
  72. Miss Roussey
  73. Family Schild
  74. Mr. B. Scheri
  75. Mrs. A. Stefanova and Children
  76. Mrs. P. Serret and Children
  77. Mr. M. Sanmartin
  78. Mr. Sieber
  79. Mr. Trierweiler
  80. Mr. J. Ugaldea
  81. Mrs. M. Urruty
  82. Mr. Harry Vincent
  83. Mrs. Mildred Vincent
  84. Mr. Valbel
  85. Mr. Vigneau Laplace
  86. Mrs. Vigneau Laplace
  87. Mrs. Y. Whiteman
  88. Rev. F. Wawer
  89. Mr. P. Yelmorini

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 cautioned that the utmost care should be taken in filling out the questionnaire for the United States Immigration authorities, as any error may result in considerable inconvenience, or possibly in detention of the passenger.

Great care chould 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, and 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 torn from the bottom of the declaration and an inspector will be assigned to examine the passenger's baggage.

The receipt for baggage checked 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 disembarking 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 anolication 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 representative 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 Genera'e 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 $ 1.00.

Keys of individual compartments are left in charge of travellers 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,

Exchange of Money.

Fot 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 securre 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-3.
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 meal

Seats at Table :

Seats at the dining-tables are assigned by the Second Steward immediatly 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, apertifs, 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 Ruggs

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 he taken from the state. rooms for use on deck.

Gymnasium :

A gymnasium, completely equipped with the most modern apparatus, and in charge of a competent instructor, is available for exercice 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 A B k and is open for the use of Passengers as follows : ladies and gentlemen from 8 a. m. to 1 p. m. and 3 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 to 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 responsability 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 kinematograph 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 full value of lost or damaged books must be paid by the borrower.

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 3:15 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 - Photographic dark room :

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. 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 department store, Les Grands Magasins du Louvre, where a large assortment of merchandises and objets d'art is on sale.

Lights and Distances

Le Havre-New York

Le Havre to Barfleur 46 miles
Barfieur to Plymouth 122
Plymouth to Bishop Rock 95
Southern
Bishop Rock to Nantucket Lightship Routes 2778
Northern
Routes 2681
Nantucket Lightship to Ambrose Lightship , 193 Ambrose Lightship to Pier 57, New York . . 82

Note • The nautical mile is equal to the sixtieth part of one degree of the equatorial circle. It equals about 6080 feet English measure, or 1852 meters=

Cie Gie TRANSATLANTIQUE FAST Mail Service

Paris - Havre - Plymouth - New York
By the new quadruple screw turbine
and oil buruing steamer
Le Paris ll,

Gross tonnage 36.600 — Displacement 37.400
Horse power 45.000
Length 788 ft Width 86 ft

S/S " Paris " is equipped with long distance wireless telegraph ; also with the Bell Safety Signal wihch 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 "Paris" is divided into numerous watertigh compartments, automatieally operated from the Bridge in case of danger.

S/S " Paris " is also equipped with a complete system of fire signals consisting of electric lamps and bells.

October 1924 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Paris

  • Date of Voyage: 1924 October 11 - 18
  • Vessel: Paris
  • Class: Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Havre » Plymouth » New York
  • Captain: G. Maurras
  • Number of Printed Pages: 41
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Class: 390
    • Second Class: 380
    • Third Class: 104
    • Total Passengers: 874
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 13
  • Language(s): English and French
  • Dimensions: 10.5 x 15.5 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 223, Column 3
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