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S.S. Majestic Passenger List 20 April 1929

Front Cover, S.S. Majestic Passenger List 20 April 1929

First Class Passenger List from the S.S. Majestic of the White Star Line, Departing 20 April 1929 from New York to Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain W. Marshall, C.B., D.S.O., R.D. (Commodore R.N.R.).

White Star Line
S.S. Majestic
Captain W. Marshall, C.B., D.S.O., R.D. (Commodore R.N.R.)
From New York to Cherbourg and Southampton
DayOfWeek, 20 April 1929

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain W. Marshall, C.B., D.S.O., R.D. (Commodore R.N.R.)
  • Assistant Commander: W. H. P. Jackson
  • Chief Engineer: J. Wolff, O.B.E.
  • Chief Officer: J. McRostie
  • First Officer: S. E. Stubbs, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R.
  • Second Officer: H. P. Grindrod, R.D., R.N.R.
  • Assistant Chief Engineer: M. L. Evans
  • Sr. Second Engineer: J. Ferguson
  • Inter. Second Engineer: J. Williams
  • Surgeon: J.C. H. Beaumont, L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), L.F.P.S. (Glas.)
  • Assistant Surgeon: T. E. Blunt, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), (Surgeon-Capt. R.N., Retd.)
  • Purser: C. B. Lancaster
  • Purser: A. J. Byrne
  • Assistant Purser: W. H. Haywood
  • Assistant Purser: E. P Brown
  • Reception: S. Ouroussow
  • Chief Steward: R. J. Hoey
  • Second Steward: T. Rigby
  • Restaurant Manager: M. Boscasso

First Class Passengers

  1. Abbott, Mr. Leon M.
  2. Abbott, Mrs.
  3. Acheson, Mr. Barclay
  4. Agnew, Jr., Mr. C. R.
  5. Anderson, Mr. W. D.
  6. Anderson, Mrs.
  7. Baldwin, Mr. W. W.
  8. Baldwin, Mrs.
  9. Ballard, Mr. Harry P.
  10. Ballard, Mrs.
  11. Ballou, Mr. W. B.
  12. Barbour, Mrs. Thomas
  13. Barnett, Mr. B. H.
  14. Bartlett, Mr. Edwin N.
  15. Baruch, Mr. E. M.
  16. Bauer, Mr. L.
  17. Bawer. Mrs. Amy
  18. Bell, Mr. E. H.
  19. Bell, Mr. Harry
  20. Benz, Mr. Louis
  21. Berger, Mr. Lewis E.
  22. Berger, Mrs.
  23. Berger, Miss Phyllis
  24. Birmingham, Mr. John F.
  25. Birmingham, Mrs.
  26. Black, Mr. J. Ernest
  27. Black, Mrs.
  28. Blackman, Mr. J.
  29. Blake, Mrs. Harry and maid
  30. Blake, Miss Marjorie
  31. Blood, Mr. A. K.
  32. Blood, Mrs.
  33. Boada, Mr. Joaquin
  34. Boles, Mr. Edgar H.
  35. Boles, Mrs.
  36. Boles, Miss Eloise
  37. Bowden, Major A. H.
  38. Bowman, Mr. G. H.
  39. Bradford, Mrs. Marion
  40. Bremer, Mr. Harry
  41. Brock, Mr. J. W.
  42. Brody, Miss Estelle
  43. Brook, Mr. Clive
  44. Brook, Mrs.
  45. Brook, Miss Faith Clive
  46. Brook, Master Clyde
  47. Brown, Mr. Constantine
  48. Buchanan, Mrs. Mabel F.
  49. Buchanan, Miss Marjory A.
  50. Burns, Mr. E. P.
  51. Buxton, Mr. Frank E.
  52. Buxton, Mrs.
  53. Byers, Mr. A. F. and manservant
  54. Cadman, Miss Lillian
  55. Cadman, Miss Marie I.
  56. Caglc, Mrs. Wilkins
  57. Callahan, Miss Mary
  58. Carstairs, Mr. Carroll and manservant
  59. Carstairs, Mrs.
  60. Carter, Mr. Vivian
  61. Catalini, Signora Guiseppe and maid
  62. Champsaur, Mme. J. A.
  63. Chatman, Mr. John E.
  64. Chatman, Mrs.
  65. Cheeney, Mr. Jerome A.
  66. Chevally, Mrs. Rose
  67. Childs, Mr. C. Frederick
  68. Childs, Mrs.
  69. Chisholm, Mr. W. H.
  70. Giolmondelcy, Marquess of, and manservant
  71. Cholmondeley, Marchioness of, and maid
  72. Cholmondeley, Lord John
  73. Cholmondeley, Lady Alma
  74. Clark, Mr. C. B.
  75. Clark, Mr. W. T.
  76. Clark, Mrs.
  77. Clerk. Miss D. P.
  78. Cohen, Mr. Herbert
  79. Cohen, Mrs.
  80. Collins, Mr. Redfern
  81. Collins, Mrs.
  82. Collins, Mr. Charles
  83. Collins, Mrs.
  84. Cox, Mr. G. V.
  85. Cox, Mrs.
  86. Cowles, Mr. John H.
  87. Croker, Mrs. Bula
  88. Davey, Mr. William H.
  89. Davey, Mrs.
  90. Davey, Miss Marguerite I.
  91. Davison, Mrs. Harry P.
  92. d'Houteville, Mr. Paul Grand
  93. de Neufville, Miss Stephanie
  94. De Phillippi, Mile. Alda
    de Werra, Miss Martha
  95. Dickinson, Mr. Thomas and manservant
  96. Dougherty, Mr. H. V.
  97. Dougherty, Mrs.
  98. Douglass, Mr. George A.
  99. Dreyfus, Mr. Alphonse
  100. Dreyfus, Mrs.
  101. Dreyfus, Miss Valli Victoria
  102. Dunham, Mr. Keith
  103. Durfee, Mrs. E. C.
  104. Dussell, Mr. Frank E.
  105. Dussell, Mrs.
  106. Edelsten, Mr. William
  107. Edelsten, Mrs.
  108. Edwards, Miss Elizabeth
  109. Edwards, Miss Katherine
  110. Edwards, Miss
  111. Edwards, Mr. Alfred
  112. Eldridge, Mr. Harry
  113. Eldridge, Mrs. Lewis A. and maid
  114. Elliot, Mrs. G. F.
  115. Emmet, Mrs. Henry
  116. Estabrooke, Mr. J. J.
  117. Evans, Miss Bertha K.
  118. Everhard, Miss Florence
  119. Fahnestock, Mr. Snowden
  120. Fahnestock, Mrs. and maid
  121. Falk, Mrs. Otto H. and maid
  122. Fawcett, Mr. Howard B.
  123. Fawcett, Mrs.
  124. Faxley, Mr. F. J.
  125. Fedor, Mr. N.
  126. Feifer, Mrs. S. H.
  127. Feltsch, Mr. Frank
  128. Fetter, Mr. C. H.
  129. Fetter, Mrs.
  130. Filmer, Mr. William P.
  131. Filmer, Mrs.
  132. Fischer, Dr. A.
  133. Fitch, Mr. Thomas G.
  134. Fitz, Mr. Howard
  135. Forman, Mr. Maurice
  136. Foy, Miss Mary
  137. Fulghum, Mr. T. A.
  138. Garden, Mrs. R. D.
  139. Garden, Miss Mary and maid
  140. Gardner, Mr. J.
  141. Garn, Mr. Samuel
  142. Garni, Mr. Adolph
  143. Garni, Mrs.
  144. Gaspari, Mr. Joseph
  145. Gaspari, Miss Nidia
  146. Glenville, Mr. Shawn
  147. Glynn, Miss Elinor and maid
  148. Goldberg, Mr. J. E.
  149. Goldberg, Mrs.
  150. Grant, Mrs. J. M.
  151. Gundalia, Mrs. J. M.
  152. Hallett, Mr. G. E.
  153. Hancock-Munn, Mr. V. W.
  154. Hart, Miss Anne
  155. Haustein, Mrs. Bertha
  156. Haustein, Miss Sylvia
  157. Hay, Mrs. Clarence L. and maid
  158. Herem, Miss Virginia
  159. Hickey, Mr. G. W.
  160. Himmel, Mr. Henry
  161. Himmel, Mrs.
  162. Hinman, Mr. J. C.
  163. Hollinden, Mr. H.
  164. Hoobler, Mr. George
  165. Hoover, Mr. Edwin K.
  166. Horsey, Col. H. R.
  167. Hotchkiss, Mr. S. H.
  168. Howdon, Mr. F. G.
  169. Howe, Mr. Richard F. and manservant
  170. Hugo, Mr. Albert C.
  171. Hugo, Mrs.
  172. Huntington, Mrs. J. L.
  173. Hutchinson, Mr. James
  174. Hutchinson, Mrs.
  175. Huyck, Mr. Edmund N.
  176. Huyck, Mrs.
  177. Hyde, Mr. W. T.
  178. Jablow, Mr. George
  179. Jackson, Mr. P. J.
  180. Jaffe, Mrs. A. S.
  181. Jahries, Mrs. L .
  182. Jeffreys, Mr. R. H.
  183. Johnson, Mr. M. C.
  184. Johnson, Mrs. R. B.
  185. Jones, Mrs. W. R.
  186. Jones, Mr. L. J.
  187. Jones, Miss Marjorie
  188. Jones, Miss Nancy and nurse
  189. Jones, Mr. A. E.
  190. Jorgenson, Mr. Emil
  191. Kaskie, Mr. Sig.
  192. Kaufman, Mr. B. M.
  193. Kelly, Mr. Thomas H. and manservant
  194. Kenneley, Miss Margaret
  195. Kenton, Mr. Edwin
  196. Kenton, Mrs.
  197. Korn, Mr. George E.
  198. Krauss, Mr. M.
  199. Krueck, Miss B.
  200. Krumbhaar, Mr. C. Herman
  201. Krumbhaar, Mrs.
  202. Ladler, Miss Gladys
  203. La Manta, Mr. G.
  204. La Manta, Mrs.
  205. Lasky, Mr. J. L.
  206. Lauder, Mr. Charles
  207. Laurillard, Mr. Edwin
  208. Lawrence, Miss K. B.
  209. Levine, Mr. Louis
  210. Levine, Mr. Mordecai
  211. Levy, Mr. Alfred J.
  212. Levy, Mrs.
  213. Lewis, Mr. Wadsworth and manservant
  214. Lidstone, Mr. Frank L.
  215. Lissner, Mr. Herman
  216. Lissner, Mrs.
  217. Lister-Kaye, Lady and maid
  218. Little, Mr. John L.
  219. Loeb, Mrs. James J.
  220. Lubbock, Mr. I.
  221. Lubbock, Mrs.
  222. Lupia, Mr. Harry
  223. Lyall, Mr. A. E. D.
  224. Lynch, Miss Mary
  225. Lynn, Mrs. Grace
  226. Lyon, Mrs. Whitney
  227. Lyon, Mr. Beverley
  228. McCure, Mr. John P.
  229. McKay, Mr. W. F.
  230. McLean, III, Mr. William S.
  231. Mabon, Mr. James B.
  232. Mabon, Mrs.
  233. Mallet, Mr. H. A. A.
  234. Mapes, Mr. E. E.
  235. Mapes, Mrs.
  236. Marks, Mr. A. Albert
  237. Martinez, Mr. Felix I.
  238. Martinez, Mrs.
  239. Martinez, Miss Ana C.
  240. Mason, Mr. James R. P.
  241. Mason, Mrs.
  242. Mathiafon, Miss Emma
  243. Matthews, Mrs. Charlotte
  244. Mathews, Mrs. Newell
  245. Matzenauer, Mme. M. and maid
  246. Matzenauer, Miss A.
  247. Mayfield, Mr. Frank M.
  248. Mayfield, Mrs.
  249. Mazer, Mr. Louis
  250. Meagher, Miss Kathryn F.
  251. Melchow, Mr. Leo
  252. Melville, Miss Margaret
  253. Melville, Miss Isobel C.
  254. Miller, Mr. Gilbert and manservant
  255. Miller, Mrs. and maid
  256. Miller, Mr. C.
  257. Mitchell, Mr. J. Kearsley and manservant
  258. Mitchell, Mrs. and maid
  259. Mitchell, Miss Frances and maid
  260. Mittelman, Mr. S. J.
  261. Mittelman, Mrs.
  262. Monaelesser, Dr. Adolph
  263. Monaelesser, Mrs.
  264. Monroe, Dr. Paul
  265. Monroe, Mrs.
  266. Moore, Mr. Joseph H.
  267. Moore, Mrs.
  268. Moore, Mr. Eugene M.
  269. Morgenstern, Mr. K. D.
  270. Moti, Miss Elisa
  271. Muller, Mr. Joseph
  272. Murphy, Col. Grayson, M. P. and manservant
  273. Murphy, Mrs.
  274. Murray, Mr. R. A.
  275. Murray, Mrs.
  276. Neely, Mr. C. H.
  277. Neely, Mrs.
  278. Newell, Miss M. J.
  279. Nowresielska, Mrs. Zofja
  280. Oliver, Mr. George B.
  281. Oliver, Mrs.
  282. O'Neill, Mr. William
  283. Oppenheimer, Mr. A.
  284. O'Shaughnessy, Mr. Elin
  285. Packard, Mr. Frank
  286. Packard, Mrs.
  287. Pabst, Mrs. William E.
  288. Pabst, Master William F.
  289. Packard, III, Mr. John H.
  290. Packard, Mrs. and maid
  291. Parkhurst, Major R. G.
  292. Patton, Mr. Frank C.
  293. Peirce, Mr. Cyrus
  294. Peirce, Mrs.
  295. Phillipson, Mr. B. F.
  296. Piazza, Mr. Felix A.
  297. Piazza, Mrs.
  298. Pouch, Mr. Edgar D.
  299. Pouch, Mrs.
  300. Queensberry, The Rt. Hon., The Marquess of
  301. Queensberry, The Marchioness of
  302. Rawlings, Mrs. Eunice
  303. Ray, Mr. Eugene
  304. Reed, Mr. L. H.
  305. Reinheimer, Mr. I.
  306. Rice, Mr. Joseph J.
  307. Richards, Mr. A. A.
  308. Riedmann, Mr. H.
  309. Robertson, Mr. Lionel
  310. Rohe, Mr. Samuel
  311. Rorabaugh, Mr. A. O.
  312. Rorabaugh, Mrs.
  313. Ross, Mrs. M. W.
  314. Roulston, Mr. Thomas H.
  315. Rovensky, Mr. John E.
  316. Rovensky, Mr. William R.
  317. Rudge, Mr. W. E.
  318. Rudge, Jr., Mr. W. E.
  319. Russell, Mrs. Harriman and maid
  320. Ryan, Miss Josephine
  321. Samuel, Mrs. Sigmund
  322. Sanford, Mrs. C. H. and maid
  323. Saville, Mr. C. M. D.
  324. Saville, Mrs.
  325. Saville, Mr. Victor
  326. Scarlett, Mr. G. B.
  327. Scarlett, Mr. William
  328. Schaffner, Mr. Robert C.
  329. Schaffner, Mrs.
  330. Schaffner, Miss Katherine
  331. Schmidt, Mr. William
  332. Schneider, Mr. W. A.
  333. Schramm, Mr. Fred C.
  334. Schroeder, Jr., Mr. J. Nevin
  335. Schroeder, Mrs. J. Nevin
  336. Schwab, Capt. F.
  337. Schwab, Mrs.
  338. Schwarting, Mr. H. H.
  339. Schwarting, Mrs.
  340. Scott, Mr. Ernest
  341. Scott, Mr. George
  342. Seaman, Mr. D.
  343. Seckler, Mr. Charles
  344. Semon, Mr. L. A.
  345. Sharpies, Mrs. Philip T.
  346. Sharpies, Miss Mildred
  347. Sharpies, Miss Joan
  348. Sharpies, Master Philip
  349. Shuart, Mr. C. M.
  350. Shuart, Mrs.
  351. Simpson, Mr. J.
  352. Sleeper, Mr. Ralph H.
  353. Smith, Mr. Edward H.
  354. Smith, Mr. Willard F.
  355. Smith, Mrs.
  356. Smitt, Mr. William
  357. Sondheimer, Mr. Sol
  358. Sondheimer, Mrs.
  359. Spiegelberg, Mrs. William and maid
  360. Stalter, Mr. D. Edward
  361. Stark, Mr. Charles
  362. Steer, Mr. C. A.
  363. Stevens, Mr. Frederic B.
  364. Stevens, Mrs.
  365. Stevens, Mr. Richard T.
  366. Stevens, Mrs.
  367. Stewart, Mr. John
  368. Stewart, Mr. Cecil P.
  369. Stewart, Miss
  370. Stone, Mr. Nathan
  371. Street, Mr. Charles S.
  372. Sweatt, Mr. William H.
  373. Sweatt, Mrs.
  374. Szechenyi, Miss Alice
  375. Szirmai, Dr. A.
  376. Taylor, Mr. Irving K.
  377. Tedrowe, Miss Daisy M.
  378. Thalmessinger, Mrs. Rosetta
  379. Thaw, Jr., Mrs. Benjamin
  380. Thomas, Mrs. Margery
  381. Thompson, Mrs. Dickson D.
  382. Thompson, Mr. Fred G.
  383. Thompson, Mrs.
  384. Thompson, Mr. V. E.
  385. Thompson, Mrs.
  386. Thorn, Mr. Walker
  387. Thorn, Mrs.
  388. Tinnin, Mrs.
  389. Torlonia, Dutchess
  390. Trouton, Capt. Maurice T.
  391. Trytel, Mr. W.
  392. Valiantine, Mr. George
  393. Valiantine, Mrs.
  394. Vanderbilt, Mrs. R. C.
  395. Vanderbilt, Miss Gloria and governess
  396. Van Ingen, Mr. McLane
  397. Van Ingen, Mrs. and maid
  398. Visocchi, Mr. Achille
  399. Visocchi, Miss Chiara Betti
  400. Waite, Mr. George
  401. Waite, Mrs.
  402. Walker, Mr. R. M.
  403. Wallau, Mr. Alex Lee
  404. Walters, Mr. Henry and manservant
  405. Walters, Mrs. and maid
  406. Wanger, Mr. Walter
  407. Weicker, Mr. Lowell P.
  408. Weicker, Mrs.
  409. Weicker, Jr., Master Lowell P.
  410. Weicker, Miss Florence P.
  411. Weil, Mr. A. B.
  412. Weil, Mrs.
  413. Weise, Miss A.
  414. Weinberg, Mr. F.
  415. Weinberg, Mrs.
  416. Weiz, Mr. C. W.
  417. Weiz, Mrs.
  418. West, Mr. C. H.
  419. Whalen, Miss Mary
  420. Whigham, Mr. G. H.
  421. White, Mr. E. W.
  422. White, Mr. James J.
  423. White, Mrs. K. T.
  424. White, Miss Madeline
  425. White, Miss Sonia
  426. White, Master Richard
  427. White, Mr. Schuyler
  428. Whitridge, Mrs. F. W.
  429. Willis, Mr. William
  430. Wilmerding, Mr. Lucius
  431. Wolbach, Mr. Karl
  432. Woodard, Mrs. Stanley D.
  433. Young, Mr. William O.
  434. Zalud, Mr. George

Passenger Information

BREAKFAST from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m.

LUNCHEON at 1 p.m.

DINNER at 7.30 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Drawing Room at 11:30 p. m. and in the Saloon, Lounge, and Smoking Room at midnight. Sundays, in the Saloon and Lounge at 11:30 p. m.

Divine Service in the Lounge on Sunday at 11 a. m.

AN ENQUIRY OFFICE has been provided for the convenience of Passengers, where all enquiries for information of a general character should be made.

LETTERS, CABLES AND WIRELESS TELEGRAMS are received at the Enquiry Office for despatch, and Postage Stamps can be purchased at this office, through which also all Mails will be distributed. Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed in an hour before the arrival at any port of call. Postage stamps can also be obtained from Lounge Steward.

None of the ship's staff other than those on duty in the Enquiry Office is authorized to accept Letters or Telegrams for despatch.

LETTERS, &c, FOR PASSENGERS will be brought on board before the passengers land.

PASSENGERS SHOULD PERSONALLY ASCERTAIN whether there is any mail for them before disembarking, and they are invited to leave their addresses at the Enquiry Office for later despatches to be re-directed.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Second Steward.

When the steamers sail with full lists, children under the age of ten years not paying the adult fare are provided with meals at separate sittings in the Dining Saloon.

THE BAR opens at 8 a.m. and closes at 11.30 p.m.

DECK CHAIRS AND STEAMER RUGS can be hired at 6/6 or $1.50 each for the voyage.

DECK CHAIR CUSHIONS. A limited supply of cushions with loose covers, for deck chairs is available for hire at a charge of 6/6 (or $1.50) each for the voyage.

MOVING PICTURES. Moving Picture showings will be given in the Lounge as announced from time to time.

CHARGES COLLECTED ON BOARD. Passengers are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Hire, Freight paid on board, or for Telegrams, Cablegrams and Marconigrami.

THE SURGEON is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of the Commander, for treating passengers at their reqest for any illness not originating on the voyage. In the case of sickness developed on the voyage, no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

The hours for consultation are as follows:
10 a. m. 6 p. m. 8.30 p. m.

But the Surgeon is available at all times in case of urgency.

BAGGAGE. Passengers are specially requested to claim their baggage on disembarking at Southampton before leaving the Custom shed, otherwise considerable delay and extra charge for carriage will be incurred in forwarding to destination any baggage not accompanying passengers on the railway.

Passengers traveling by special train from Southampton to London are particularly requested to claim their baggage upon arrival at Waterloo Station.

UPPER BERTHS. Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain steps for getting in or out of same by applying to the Steward or Stewardess.

WARDROBE TRUNKS. Passengers are advised that it is not always possible to arrange for the placing of Wardrobe Trunks in the passengers accommodation in a position where they are easily accessible, also that there is frequently difficulty with regard to the landing of such packages owing to their exceptional size. They are therefore recommended to use steamer trunks in preference.

EXCHANGE OF MONEY. The Purser Is prepared, for the convenience of passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English and American money, at rates which will be advised on application.

VALUABLES. For the convenience of passengers, the line has provided in the Purser's office, a safe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by passengers.

A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act 1894 and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles.

Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

DOGS AND CATS. Passengers are notified that dogs or cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the animal is taken on board.

PUBLIC TELEPHONES with booths and operators on our New York piers.

AUTOMOBILES FOR TOURING ABROAD. Special facilities for the care of automobiles are available for passengers desiring to take their cars on the same steamer or in advance. All necessary Customs Passes, Licenses, etc., can be had on application to Automobile Department, 1 Broadway, New York City or through Agents.

AUTOMOBILE TOURS. Arrangements have been made whereby passengers by the White Star Line can hire automobiles to meet them on arrival of the steamer at Liverpool or Southampton for tours in the British Isles or on the Continent. Orders may be sent from America or Canada through the White Star offices or direct from the steamer by the aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

BARBER, LADY HAIRDRESSER, AND LADY MANICURIST are provided. The Barber's hours are from 7 a. m. to 7 p. m.

The Barber is allowed the privilege of selling various souvenirs and small articles on his own account.

BOOTS AND SHOES will be cleaned if left outside the Stateroom door.

DIRECTORIES of London and New York are placed on the Liverpool-New York steamers, and those of London, New York and Paris on the Southampton-New York ships.

TRAVELERS CHECKS, payable in all parti of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the White Star Line. These Checks are accepted on board White Star steamers In payment of accounts but the Pursers do not carry funds to enable them to cash same, except in very limited amount.

PICTURE POSTCARDS. Picture Postcards of the steamer can be obtained on Board gratis.

DECK GAMES AND AMUSEMENTS. Deck Quoits, Shuffleboard, Bull Board and other games are provided on deck under the charge of a Quartermaster.

Chess, Draughts, Dominoes, etc., can be obtained on application to the Lounge Steward.

PASSENGERS' QUARTERS. First Class passengers are not allowed to enter the compartments of the other classes, or rice rerta, as complications might arise under the Quarantine Regulations.

Do you want to FLY To Paris? If you desire to speed to Paris by Airplane from Cherbourg, make application to the Purser, who will make the necessary arrangements.

Landing Arrangements

FOR EASTBOUND PASSENGERS CHERBOURG—Passengers are landed by tender up to 12 o'clock midnight, but if the Ship arrives later, they will disembark at 7:00 in the morning. A special train will be run as soon as possible after landing.

SOUTHAMPTON—A Special Train will be despatched for London on the arrival of the steamer, if able to leave Southampton docks not later than 9:30 p. m.

Should the steamer arrive at her berth at Southampton after 7:30 p. m. those passengers desiring to do so may remain on board until the following morning, when they will be landed after breakfast.

R. M. S. MAJESTIC, 56,621 Tons
(The Largest Steamer in the World)

RESTAURANT—In addition to the Regular Dining Saloon there is a large modern à la carte Restaurant on Promenade Deck, where meals may be obtained at any time between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m. at fixed charges, as shown on the Bill of Fare issued from day to day.

The Restaurant is under the Management of the Company.

If the passage is booked entirely without meals In the regular Dining Saloon, a reduction of £5 ($25) per adult will be made from the ocean rate.

Provided the Restaurant is not fully booked, passengers may, on notifying the Purser within 24 hours after sailing, take their meals exclusively in the Restaurant and avail of the rebate. Or, passengers who have hooked for meals in the Regular Dining Saloon may take occasional meals in the Restaurant at fixed charges, if there is room available.

Passengers wishing to use the Restaurant should apply on board to the Manager for the reservation of tables.

In the event of passengers who have booked for meals in the Restaurant of the MAJESTIC being invited by friends to join them in the main saloon, such can be arranged at fixed charges, providing, of course, seats are available there.

PALM COURT—Adjoining the Restaurant is the Palm Court, a magnificent apartment decorated in the style of the Italian Renaissance and with a ceiling 20 feet high supported by eight columns. Here light refreshments may be obtained at fixed charges.

READING AND WRITING ROOM—On Promenade Deck, forward, furnished in the style of the Adams Brothers. Here are well stocked Bookcases, and Books may be obtained on application to the Steward in charge.

By special arrangement with Harrod's Library, a supply of recent works is placed on board each voyage, as a supplement to the permanent collection of standard works.

SMOKING ROOM—On Sun Deck, forward, with large square glass windows giving a magnificent view towards the bow and also to the side of the steamer. This room is decorated in the style of the English Renaissance and is panelled in light stained oak, richly carved.

DINING SALOON—On Deck D, is the loftiest ever built in any ship, its height being 31 feet, and there is a floor area of 4,600 square feet. The magnificent painted dome and the decorations of the apartment have received special attention, the lighting effect being very pleasing. The seating arrangements in the Dining Saloon are unexcelled. 678 persons can be seated at once, and tables are provided for 2, 4, or more persons to enable all requirements to be met.

SWIMMING BATH—The Swimming Bath, with ample accommodation for bathers, including 30 dressing rooms, also a gallery for spectators, is situated on Deck E, and will be available (With use of Costume) for—

  • Gentlemen from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m....... Free
  • Ladies from 10 a.m. to 12.30 p.m....... Free
  • Ladies and Gents from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.. 2/6 (60 cents.)

The swimming Instructress is allowed to make a charge for lessons given on application, but not for ordinary assistance rendered.

ELECTRIC BATHS—Fully equipped Electric Baths (also situated on Deck E), with experienced attendants in charge, available by appointment.

Tickets...............5/6 ($1.25) Obtainable at the Enquiry Office.

GYMNASIUM—Fully supplied with modern appliances, located on Sun Deck, and is open for exercise by Ladies, Gentlemen and Children during the following hours:—

  • Gentlemen....................from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m.
  • Ladies ....................from 10 a.m. to 12 noon.
  • Ladies and Gentlemen ......from 12 noon to 1 p.m.
  • Children ...................from 2 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
  • Ladies and Gentlemen......from 3.30 p.m. to 7 p.m.

No charge is made for the use of the appliances.

LOUNGE—On Promenade Deck, amidships, intended for the use of both Ladies and Gentlemen.

This popular room is the centre of social intercourse on board. Here afternoon tea and after-dinner coffee will be served, while liqueurs, cigars, cigarettes, chocolates and candies may be purchased, if desired.

Postage Stamps can also be obtained from the Lounge Steward.

The Lounge has an area of 2,410 square feet, a height of 26 feet, and the area of the Glass Dome is 1,500 square feet.

A Special DANCING FLOOR has been laid in this apartment and the orchestra will provide music for dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight (Sundays excepted).

CARD ROOM—On Promenade Deck, an innovation which will prove exceedingly popular amongst enthusiasts who like a quiet rubber free from the distractions, unavoidable in apartments not solely devoted to the game.

PASSENGER ELEVATORS—Three Elevators are provided, two of which are situated in the main Companionway amidships, and one in the forward Companionway running between Sun, Promenade, A, B, C, and D Decks.

A CLOTHES PRESSING ROOM is in charge of an expert Attendant, and work of this kind will be carried out for Ladies and gentlemen.

HOT AND COLD WATER—All First Class Statcsrooms are fitted with hot and cold fresh water supply.

STENOGRAPHER—An experienced Stenographer is carried, and his services are at the disposal of passengers at the following charges:

2 1/2 d. or 5 cents per folio (72 words).
1d. or 2 cents per folio for Carbon copies.
1s. 6d. or 40 cents (minimum) for a letter.

Particulars can be obtained at the Enquiry Office.

The MAJESTIC carries Orchestras of skilled musicians, which will play daily at the undermentioned times and places:

  • 4.00 p.m. to 5.00 p.m..................First Class Lounge
  • 9.00 p.m. to midnight .................First Class Lounge
  • 8.30 p.m. to 11.00 p.m. (Sundays)......First Class Lounge

SPECIAL NOTICE

The attention of the Managers has been called to the fact that certain persons, believed to be professional Gamblers, are in the habit of traveling to and fro in Atlantic Steamships.

In bringing this to the knowledge of Travelers, the Managers, while not wishing in the slightest degree to interfere with the freedom of action of Patrons of the While Star Line, desire to invite their assistance in discouraging Games of Chance, as being likely to afford these individuals special opportunities for taking unfair advantage of others.

Company's Passenger Department
ON BOARD THE R. M. S. MAJESTIC
Office, Deck "A"
MR. J. GARDNER
Representative of the
PASSENGER DEPARTMENT

FULL PARTICULARS OF SAILINGS,
RESERVATIONS AND PASSAGE TICKETS
FOR YOUR RETURN VOYAGE

SPORTS DEPARTMENT

For the convenience of our patrons interested in sport or sporting events, on cither side of the Atlantic we have established a special department in our London West End Office.

It will be the duty of this department to supply information, obtain facilities, and establish associations in respect to any sport or sporting events, and be generally useful in this connection to our patrons, who, we trust, will not hesitate to take full advantage of the arrangements we have made.

Back Cover, S.S. Majestic Passenger List 20 April 1929

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