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S.S. Majestic Passenger List 24 August 1927

Front Cover, S.S. Majestic Passenger List 24 August 1927

First Class Passenger List from the S.S. Majestic of the White Star Line, Departing 24 August 1927 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain G. R. Metcalfe, Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.

White Star Line
S.S. Majestic
Captain G. R. Metcalfe, Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.
From Southampton to New York via Cherbourg
Wednesday, 24 August 1927

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain G. R. Metcalfe, Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.
  • Assistant Commander: W. M. Western
  • Chief Engineer: J. Wolff, O.B.E.
  • Assistant Chief Engineer: M. L. Evans
  • Surgeon: T. E. Blunt, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.) (Surgeon-Capt., R.N., Retd.)
  • Assistant Surgeon: J. B. Maguire, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (Dub.) L.M. (Rotunda)
  • Purser: C. B. Lancaster
  • Purser: A. J. Byrne
  • Assistant Purser: W. H. Haywood
  • Assistant Purser: G. B. Carter
  • Chief Steward: R. J. Hoey
  • Second Steward: T. Rigby
  • Restaurant Manager: M. Boscasso

First Class Passengers

  1. Adams, Mr. J. N.
  2. Adams, Mrs.
  3. Adams, Mr, R. H.
  4. Adams, Mrs.
  5. Adams, Mr. Kempton
  6. Adams, Mrs.
  7. Adams, Mr. Edward D.
  8. Adler, Mr. Jerome J.
  9. Adler, Mrs.
  10. Airey, Mrs. L. M.
  11. Airey, Miss Louisa R.
  12. Arents, Jr., Mr. George
  13. Arents, Mrs.
  14. Arnstein, Mr. N.
  15. Asay, Mrs.
  16. Ascher, Mr. Louis
  17. Ascher, Mr. Robert
  18. Ash, Miss Ruth
  19. Ast, Mr. A. W.
  20. Ast, Mrs.
  21. Attwood, Mr. Frederick
  22. Auchincloss, Mr. Charles C.
  23. Auchincloss, Mrs.
  24. Auchincloss, Miss Rosamond L.
  25. Auchincloss, Miss Josephine L.
  26. Auchincloss, Mr. Richard S.
  27. August, Mr. Samuel
  28. Avila, Mr. Leon
  29. Avila, Mrs.
  30. Babbitt, Mr. Niles S.
  31. Babbitt, Mrs.
  32. Baer, Mr. Julius
  33. Baer, Mrs.
  34. Baer, Mr. Robert J.
  35. Baer, Mr. Martin C.
  36. Baker, Mr. Milo
  37. Baker, Mrs.
  38. Balch, Mr. George R.
  39. Balch, Mr. Harold N.
  40. Balderston, Mr. John Lloyd
  41. Ballard, Miss E. G.
  42. Ballard, Mr. E. L.
  43. Banghart, Mr. O. H.
  44. Barreau, Mrs. L. P.
  45. Bauman, Mrs. B.
  46. Baylis, Mr. W. N.
  47. Baylis, Mrs.
  48. Becker, Miss Ruth
  49. Bell, Mrs. lone
  50. Bellerby, Mr. Norman
  51. Berden, Mr. William and Manservant
  52. Berg, Mr. Adolph
  53. Berg, Mrs.
  54. Bergfeld, Mr. George F.
  55. Bergfeld, Mrs.
  56. Bernheim, Mr. Eli H.
  57. Bick, Mr. E. C. T.
  58. Bick, Mr. Carl E.
  59. Bingham, Mr. Barry
  60. Blackmore, Mr. J. J.
  61. Blair, Mr. J. C.
  62. Blair, Mrs.
  63. Blair, Miss Josephine
  64. Blair, Miss Mary
  65. Blair III, Mr. A. G.
  66. Blank, Mrs. J.
  67. Bloch, Mrs. Bert K.
  68. Blum, Mr. H. H. and Maid
  69. Blum, Mrs. and Maid
  70. Boggs, Jr., Mrs. David C.
  71. Bon de Sousa, Mr. P.
  72. Bon de Sousa, Mr. Manuel
  73. Bonwit, Mr. Walter B.
  74. Bonwit, Mrs.
  75. Bool, Mr. S. E.
  76. Bool, Mrs.
  77. Bool, Miss Ann E.
  78. Boone, Mrs. E. T.
  79. Breniser, Mrs. A.
  80. Briscoe, M.P., Capt. R.
  81. Brown, Mrs. E. B.
  82. Brown, Mr. Thomas
  83. Brown, Mrs.
  84. Bruck, Mr. Leo
  85. Bruck, Mrs.
  86. Buchanan, Miss Mary J.
  87. Buchner, Mr. Sam
  88. Buchner, Mrs.
  89. Buckley, Mr. F. J.
  90. Buckley, Mrs.
  91. Burbach, Mr. George M.
  92. Burbach, Mrs.
  93. Burbach, Jr., Mr. George M.
  94. Burkardt Mr. S. A.
  95. Burke, Mr. J. R.
  96. Burnham, Mrs.
  97. Burr, Mr. Nelson
  98. Burr, Mrs.
  99. Byron, Mr. Edward B.
  100. Byron, Mr. Victor S.
  101. Cahn, Mrs. Joel G.
  102. Calhoun, Mr. C. Morris
  103. Campbell, Mr. Douglas H.
  104. Campbell, Mrs.
  105. Cariello, Mr. Antoninio
  106. Cariello, Mrs.
  107. Carter, Mr. Robert R.
  108. Chadlorne, Mr. Thomas L.
  109. Chance, Mrs. Burton
  110. Childs, Mr. S. C.
  111. Childs, Mrs.
  112. Clark, Mrs. R. D.
  113. Cohn, Mr. Harry
  114. Cohn, Mrs.
  115. Cohn, Miss Marie Louise
  116. Cohn, Miss Lenore
  117. Cohn, Mr. Morris
  118. Cohn, Mrs.
  119. Cohn, Miss Frances A.
  120. Cohn, Mr. Norman V.
  121. Colescott, Mr. William A.
  122. Colescott, Mrs.
  123. Colescott, Jr., Mr. William A.
  124. Colescott, Miss Mary
  125. Colton, Mr. E. T.
  126. Coons, Dr. W. S.
  127. Coons, Mrs.
  128. Cordia, Mr. M. P.
  129. Cordia, Mrs.
  130. Cordia, Mr. Reginald
  131. Cordia, Mr. Alan
  132. Cordia, Miss Frances and Nurse
  133. Cossins, Miss Edith
  134. Costanzi, Miss Jennie
  135. Cox, Mr. W. E.
  136. Crane, Mr. Jason
  137. Crane, Mrs.
  138. Crane, Miss Margaret
  139. Crane, Mr. Allen
  140. Crane, Jr., Mr. R. T.
  141. Cullinan, Mr. Thomas M.
  142. Cutlers, Mrs.
  143. Cutner, Mr. H. B.
  144. Cutner, Mrs.
  145. Cutner, Miss Louise
  146. Cutner, Miss Ruth
  147. Daning, Mr. M. J.
  148. Dantzler, Mr. A. M.
  149. Dantzler, Mr. A. F.
  150. Dawson, Mr. Henry
  151. De Card, Mr.
  152. De Coppet, Mr. Andre
  153. De Coppet, Mrs.
  154. De Coppet, Miss Clara
  155. De Coppet, Miss Dorothea
  156. de Valladares, Mrs. E.
  157. Dickson, Mrs. J. H.
  158. Dillon, Mr. E. H.
  159. Dittenhoffer, Judge I.
  160. Dittenhoffer, Mrs.
  161. Dodge, Mr. C. G.
  162. Dodge, Mrs.
  163. Doherty, Mrs. W. H.
  164. Doherty, Mr. Douglas
  165. Dolfin, Countess Denise
  166. Douglas, Mr. Lee
  167. Dowd, Mr. James H.
  168. Dowd, Miss Mary A.
  169. Drees, Mr. Drew
  170. Drees, Mrs.
  171. Dreyfus, Mr. Harry
  172. Dreyfus, Mr. Herbert M.
  173. Dreyfus, Miss Charlotte
  174. du Voisin, Miss Alice
  175. Duff, Miss Helen M.
  176. Durn, Miss T.
  177. Dutton, Mr. George
  178. Early, Miss M. V.
  179. Echevarria, Mr. V.
  180. Eckstein, Mr. Ignatz
  181. Edelman, Mr. M.
  182. Edelman, Mrs.
  183. Edelman, Junr., Mr. M.
  184. Edelman, Master Alfred
  185. Edelman, Master Richard
  186. Edwards, Mr. Edward W.
  187. Edwards, Mr. Charles C.
  188. Eichel, Mr. Charles N.
  189. Eldridge, Mr. William T.
  190. Elkan, Mr. Leo H,
  191. Ellerman, Mr. Sidney
  192. Ellerman, Miss Lillian F.
  193. Elliott, Mr. R. C.
  194. Ells, Mr. A. E.
  195. Ells, Mrs.
  196. Elsasser, Mr. Meyer
  197. Elsasser, Mrs.
  198. Emerson, Mr. William
  199. Emerson, Mrs.
  200. Farnum, Mr. Peter E.
  201. Fay, Mrs. Charles J.
  202. Fay, Miss Jane E.
  203. Feil, Mr. Joseph
  204. Ffoulkes, Mrs. E. C,
  205. Finkelstein, Mr. Paul
  206. Finkelstein, Mrs.
  207. Finkelstein, Mr. Armand
  208. Flickinger, Mr. C.
  209. Flynn, Miss Martha
  210. Forstner, Mr. William
  211. Forstner, Mrs.
  212. Forstner, Miss A.
  213. Fox, Mr. G. L.
  214. Frankel, Mrs. J. F.
  215. French, Mr. J. E.
  216. French, Mrs.
  217. French, Mr. J. D.
  218. French, Mr. Jack
  219. Frieberg, Dr. M.
  220. Frieberg, Mrs.
  221. Frost, Mr. Herbert H.
  222. Frost, Mrs.
  223. Fuller, Mr. C. E.
  224. Fuller, Mrs.
  225. Gage, Mr. Harry L.
  226. Gage, Mrs.
  227. Gage, Miss Katharine
  228. Gage, Mr. Hugh F.
  229. Geis, Miss E.
  230. Gervain, Miss M. D.
  231. Giesecke, Mr. Herbert
  232. Gillett, Miss F. E. P.
  233. Girand, Miss Cecile
  234. Glass, Mr. Harry E.
  235. Glenn, Mr. William H.
  236. Glenn, Mrs.
  237. Glenn, Mr. John F.
  238. Glenn, Jr., Mr. William H.
  239. Goepel, Mrs. E. T.
  240. Goldberg, Miss Doris
  241. Goldhammer, Mr. John
  242. Goldman, Dr. A. J.
  243. Goldman, Mrs.
  244. Goldman, Mr. Samuel
  245. Goldman, Miss Rose N.
  246. Goldman, Mr. Seymour J.
  247. Goldsmith, Mr. Benjamin S.
  248. Goldsmith, Mrs.
  249. Goldstein, Mr. A. L.
  250. Goldstein, Mrs.
  251. Goldstein, Mr. C. S.
  252. Goldstein, Mrs.
  253. Gomez, Mr. Jose
  254. Gomez, Mrs.
  255. Gomez, Miss Lilian and Maid
  256. Goodall, Mr. William K.
  257. Goodall, Mr. Aaron R.
  258. Goodhue, Mrs. George H.
  259. Goodrich, Miss Lee
  260. Goodwin, Mr. Robert Harvey
  261. Gould, Mr. Raymond C.
  262. Gourley, Miss Frances
  263. Grant, Miss Stella
  264. Grant, Miss Josephine
  265. Gray, Mr. Bowman
  266. Gray, Mrs.
  267. Gray, Jr., Mr. Bowman
  268. Gray, Mr. Gordon
  269. Gray, Mr. William A.
  270. Gray, Mrs,
  271. Green, Miss Floride
  272. Greendain, Mr. Milton
  273. Greenwald, Mr. Henry D.
  274. Greenwald, Mrs.
  275. Gross, Mr. Benjamin
  276. Gross, Mrs.
  277. Gudeman, Mr. Edward
  278. Gutwillig, Miss M.
  279. Haas, Mr. Max
  280. Haas, Mrs.
  281. Hadley, Mrs. N.
  282. Hadley, Miss S.
  283. Hadley, Miss Helen M.
  284. Haim, Mr. William
  285. Hall, Mrs. J. A.
  286. Halpert, Mr. I.
  287. Halpert, Mrs.
  288. Hammill, Mr. J. F.
  289. Hamper, Mr, Louis
  290. Hamper, Mrs.
  291. Hanley, Mrs. F. R.
  292. Hansen, Miss Vaugn
  293. Harmsworth, M.P., Hon. Esmond and Manservant
  294. Harrison, Mr. A. Dalton
  295. Harry, Mr. L. J. J.
  296. Haven, Mr. Joseph Woodward and Valet
  297. Haven, Mrs. and Maid
  298. Haven, Miss Ethel L.
  299. Heald, Mrs. H.
  300. Heine, Mr. John
  301. Heine, Mrs.
  302. Heinsman, Mr. J. H.
  303. Heller, Mrs. I.
  304. Hely-Hutchinson, Mr. Maurice
  305. Herkness, Mr. N.
  306. Herndon, Mrs. C.
  307. Hertz, Mr. Emanuel
  308. Hertz, Mrs.
  309. Hertz, Miss Edith Ruth
  310. Hertz, Miss Miriam
  311. High, Mr. S. H.
  312. High, Mrs.
  313. High, Jr., Mr. Samuel
  314. High, Mr. Gilbert P.
  315. High, Miss Sarah Betsy
  316. Hirsch, Mrs. C. Philipps
  317. Hitchcock, Mrs. W. J.
  318. Hitchcock III., Mr. William J.
  319. Hoblitzelle, Mrs. G. K.
  320. Hoblitzelle, Miss E.
  321. Hoblitzelle, Miss T.
  322. Hodge, Mr. O. T.
  323. Hodge, Mrs.
  324. Hoffman, Mrs. J. Ogden and Maid
  325. Hoover, Mr. S. L.
  326. Hosmer, Miss Mildred
  327. Hudson, Mrs. C. I.
  328. Hurlbut, Mrs. Henry A.
  329. Hyman, Mr. H.
  330. Hyman, Mrs.
  331. Hyman, Mr. Bram
  332. Hyman, Master Alex
  333. Jackson, Mrs. Huntington
  334. Jackson, Mr. P.
  335. Jackson, Miss A.
  336. Jamieson, Mr. Stillman
  337. Jamieson, Mrs.
  338. Johnson, Mr. James Lawrence
  339. Jones, Mr. G. W.
  340. Jones, Miss A. E.
  341. Jongers, Mrs. Alphonse
  342. Joseph, Judge Herman
  343. Joseph, Mrs.
  344. Judkins, Mr.
  345. Junkins, Mrs.
  346. Jungebluth, Mr. Nicholas
  347. Jungebluth, Mrs.
  348. Kalisch, Jr., Mr. S.
  349. Kalisch, Mrs.
  350. Kalisch, Mrs. Rachael
  351. Kaltenbacher, Mr. Joseph
  352. Kaltenbacher, Mrs.
  353. Kaltenbacher, Mr. Joseph C.
  354. Karagheusian, Miss L.
  355. Kaufman, Mrs. Samuel
  356. Kaufman, Miss M.
  357. Kaufman, Miss Lucille
  358. Kausmun, Mr. Samuel
  359. Keene, Mr. Charles A.
  360. Keene, Mrs.
  361. Kershaw, Mr. C. G.
  362. Kershaw, Mrs.
  363. Kierstede, Miss G.
  364. Kimmel, Mr. Charles
  365. Kimmel, Mrs. B.
  366. Kimmel, Miss Sara
  367. Kimmey, Mr. Sherwood
  368. Klein, Mrs. L.
  369. Kloster, Mr. G. W.
  370. Kloster, Mr. C. H.
  371. Kolm, Mr. Emil W.
  372. Kohn, Mrs.
  373. Kohn, Mr. Joseph
  374. Kolm, Mrs.
  375. Kohn, Mr. Bernard
  376. Kohn, Mrs.
  377. Kohn, Mr. Lewis
  378. Kopel, Mr. Oscar
  379. Kopel, Mrs.
  380. Krayer, Mr. Guenther
  381. Kruskal, Dr. I. D.
  382. Kuhn, Mrs. Ferdinand
  383. Kurjan, Mr. Max
  384. Kurjan, Mrs.
  385. Lamb, Mr. George F.
  386. Lamb, Mrs.
  387. Lamb, Miss Regina
  388. Lamport, Mrs. E.
  389. Lamport, Miss Charlotte
  390. Lamport, Miss Sarah
  391. Lawes, Mr. P. N.
  392. Lawes, Mrs.
  393. Leavy, Mrs. E.
  394. Leibowitz, Mr. Abraham
  395. Leibowitz, Mrs.
  396. Leibowitz, Miss Beatrice
  397. Leibowitz, Miss Sylvia
  398. Leibowitz, Miss Ruth
  399. Leighton, Mr. F. D.
  400. Leighton, Mrs.
  401. Leon, Mr. Henry
  402. Levi, Mrs. A.
  403. Le Vin, Mme. Regina
  404. Levy, Mr. Louis S.
  405. Levy, Mrs. and Maid
  406. Lewis, Mr. C.
  407. Ley, Mr. James Duncan
  408. Lichtenstein, Mr. M.
  409. Lichtenstein, Mrs.
  410. Lincoln, Mr. Sidney H.
  411. Lissner, Mr. Herman
  412. Lissner, Mrs.
  413. Little, Mr. E. H.
  414. Little, Mrs.
  415. Loeb, Mr. A. A.
  416. Longaker, Mrs. C. R.
  417. Longaker, Miss M. Margaret
  418. Loring, Mr. Eugene
  419. Loscalzo, Mr. N.
  420. Loscalzo, Mrs.
  421. Lousley, Mrs. C. M.
  422. Lower, Miss Mabel F.
  423. Lower, Miss Molly
  424. Lukens, Mr. Charles K.
  425. Lukens, Mrs.
  426. MacBride, Dr. Edith
  427. MacBride, Miss Rowena
  428. Magnin, Mr. E. John
  429. Magnin, Mrs.
  430. Mann, Mrs. S. F.
  431. Manning, Bishop William T.
  432. Marcus, Mr. H.
  433. Marcus, Miss Linda Chapin
  434. Marine, Mr. Earl C.
  435. Mathez, Miss A.
  436. Mays, Miss Myrtle
  437. Maxudian, Mr. Y.
  438. McCabe, Mr. Frank J.
  439. McCabe, Mrs.
  440. McCallay, Mr. E. L.
  441. McCallay, Mrs.
  442. McCallay, Mr. Louis
  443. McDonnell, Mrs. Robert E.
  444. McDonnell, Mr. John P.
  445. McDonnell, Mr. James L.
  446. McDonough, Miss M. F.
  447. McGlinn, Miss Alice A.
  448. McLaughlin, Dr. William
  449. McLaughlin, Mrs.
  450. McKnight, Miss M. E.
  451. McLerie, Mr. H.
  452. McLerie, Mrs.
  453. McLerie, Miss
  454. McLure, Mr. N. R.
  455. McLure, Mrs.
  456. McVeady, Miss C.
  457. Metesser, Mrs. E.
  458. Miller, Mr. E.
  459. Miller, Mrs. B.
  460. Miller, Mrs. Eugene S.
  461. Miller, Jr., Master Eugene S.
  462. Mixsell, Dr. Harold R.
  463. Molkehansen, Mr. I. J.
  464. Moore, Mrs. L. L.
  465. Moore, Mr. Robert London
  466. Morgan, Mr. C. D.
  467. Morrissey, Miss Mary
  468. Morrow, Mr. George K.
  469. Morrow, Mrs.
  470. Morrow, Miss Emily
  471. Mosbacher, Mrs. B.
  472. Moskowitz, Mr. A.
  473. Moskowitz, Mrs.
  474. Moskowitz, Master Leonard
  475. Moskowitz, Miss Vita
  476. Mott, Mr. John R.
  477. Mountbatten, Lady Louis and Maid
  478. Munger, Mr. H. C.
  479. Munger, Miss J.
  480. Murray, Mr. James A.
  481. Nash, Mr. Myles
  482. Newbold, Miss A. S. and Maid
  483. Nichols, Miss Edith
  484. Norden, Mr. A. C.
  485. Nordman, Mr. J.
  486. Nolte, Mr, Josphe H.
  487. Nolte, Mrs.
  488. Nolte, Miss Anna N.
  489. O'Cock, Mr. Wilfred P.
  490. Onody, Miss S,
  491. Oettinger, Mr. Jonas
  492. Oettinger, Mrs.
  493. Ohto, Mr. Katsuichi
  494. Olds, Mr. Irving S.
  495. Olds, Mrs.
  496. Oviatt, Mr. James
  497. Oviatt, Mr. Vernon
  498. Palmer, Mr, Russell
  499. Parrill, Mrs. F.
  500. Payden, Mr. Joseph R.
  501. Payne, Mr. John M.
  502. Payne, Mrs. Howard H.
  503. Pechin, Mrs. A. M.
  504. Pedro, Mr. D.
  505. Pendergast, Mr. T. J.
  506. Pendergast, Mrs.
  507. Pendergast, Miss Marceline
  508. Pendergast, Jr., Mr. Thomas J.
  509. Pendergast, Miss Aileen
  510. Penick, Mr. S. B.
  511. Perry, Mr. J. P. H.
  512. Perry, Mrs.
  513. Perry, Mr. Charles
  514. Phillips, Mr. L.
  515. Phillips, Mrs. B.
  516. Phipps, Mr, A. J.
  517. Phipps, Mrs.
  518. Pickles, Mr. F. Senior
  519. Pickles, Mrs.
  520. Plant, Mr. Leopold
  521. Plant, Mrs.
  522. Plumer, Mr. B.
  523. Plumer, Mrs.
  524. Pouch, Mr. O. G.
  525. Pouch, Mrs.
  526. Pouch, Miss Dorothy
  527. Pouch, Mr. Leslie O.
  528. Putnam, Mr. Albert W.
  529. Putnam, Mrs.
  530. Putnam, Miss Betty W.
  531. Putnam, Mr, G.
  532. Putnam, Mrs.
  533. Putnam, Miss
  534. Rascoder, Miss Clara
  535. Rathberg, Mrs. Max
  536. Ray, Mr. Arthur B.
  537. Reid, Miss Evelyn C. and Maid
  538. Reiss, Mr. Hugo
  539. Replogle, Mr, J. Leonard
  540. Replogle, Mrs.
  541. Rhines, Mr. Frank K.
  542. Rhines, Mrs.
  543. Rich, Mr. Samuel
  544. Rich, Mrs.
  545. Richard, Mr. W. L.
  546. Richard, Mrs. and Maid
  547. Richards, Mrs. C. B.
  548. Rocdelheimer, Mr.
  549. Rogers, Mr. Winfield H.
  550. Rogers, Mrs. E.
  551. Rosenberg, Mr. Samuel S.
  552. Rosenberg, Mr. Bernard A.
  553. Rosenberg, Mrs.
  554. Rosenberg, Mr. Bernard
  555. Rosenberg, Mrs.
  556. Rosenfeld, Mr. Max
  557. Rosenfeld, Mrs.
  558. Rosenfeld, Miss Florence
  559. Rosenfeld, Master Mortimer
  560. Rosenfield, Mr. I.
  561. Rosenthal, Mr, E. M.
  562. Rosenthal, Miss Maxine
  563. Ross, Mrs. Henry C.
  564. Ross, Miss Millie
  565. Ross, Miss Mabel
  566. Rowan, Mr. Robert
  567. Rowan, Mr. L. A.
  568. Rowan, Mr. George
  569. Royal, Mr. Thomas M.
  570. Royal, Mrs.
  571. Royal, Miss Eleanor
  572. Rudolph, Mrs. H.
  573. Rumsey, Jr., Mr. George A.
  574. Rumsey, Mrs.
  575. Sablosky, Miss Ethel
  576. Sacks, Mr. Samuel
  577. Sacks, Mrs.
  578. Salzer, Mrs. Benjamin
  579. Salzer, Mrs. M. G.
  580. Salzer, Master Richard
  581. Sargent, Mrs. Arthur H.
  582. Schenck, Mr. Charles L.
  583. Schenck, Mrs.
  584. Schenck, Mr. J. Cornell
  585. Schlivek, Hon. Max
  586. Schlivek, Mrs.
  587. Scoaelli, Mr. Frank
  588. Seidman, Mr. Joseph A.
  589. Seidman, Mr. Albert G.
  590. Seigel, Mr. Jacob
  591. Seiglie, Mrs. R.
  592. Seiglie, Miss Nemia
  593. Sellers, Miss Iva Bly
  594. Shapiro, Miss Evelyn
  595. Sheinart, Mr, Max
  596. Sheinart, Mrs.
  597. Silver, Mrs. B. P.
  598. Simon, Mr. S. W.
  599. Simon, Mrs.
  600. Simon, Mr. Myron
  601. Simon, Mrs.
  602. Simon, Master Peter L.
  603. Simonson, Miss V.
  604. Sloane, Mr, Henry T. and Manservant
  605. Smith, Mr. Dorsey
  606. Smith, Mr. George B.
  607. Smith, Miss Martha
  608. Snow, Mrs. Richard B.
  609. Snowman, Mrs. A. E.
  610. Soukup, Mr. Anton
  611. Soukup, Mrs.
  612. Sparrow, Mr. W. W. K.
  613. Sparrow, Mrs.
  614. Sparrow, Miss Jessie
  615. Spector, Mr. Maurice
  616. Spector, Mrs.
  617. Spector, Miss Sarabell
  618. Spencer, Mrs. F. W.
  619. Spielberg, Miss Adeline
  620. Springman, Mrs. C. K.
  621. Srankel, Miss Mandel
  622. Staats, Mr. Okey
  623. Staats, Mrs.
  624. Staniland, Mrs. H.
  625. Staniland, Miss
  626. Starks, Mr. Isaac F.
  627. Starks, Mrs.
  628. Stegeman, Miss Betty
  629. Stein, Miss Beatrice
  630. Steinberg, Mr. Morris
  631. Steinberg, Mrs.
  632. Steinberg, Miss Hilda
  633. Steinam, Mr. Edward S.
  634. Steinam, Mrs. and Maid
  635. Steinam, Miss Dorothy M.
  636. Steinam, Miss Edna L.
  637. Stenberg, Mrs. M.
  638. Stephenson, Mr. I. W.
  639. Stephenson, Mrs.
  640. Stephenson, Mrs. K.
  641. Stephenson, Miss Mary Elizabeth
  642. Sterling, Mr. Louis
  643. Sterling, Mrs.
  644. Stern, Mr. S.
  645. Stern, Miss
  646. Stief, Miss R. R.
  647. Stieglitz, Mr. Albert
  648. Stieglitz, Mrs.
  649. Stinnes, Dr. Edmund
  650. Stokes, Mr. Edward E.
  651. Stone, Mrs. E.
  652. Stone, Miss Ethel
  653. Stonington, Mr. Edgar H. L.
  654. Strang, Miss M. L.
  655. Strasser, Mrs. L. G.
  656. Strasser, Jr., Master L. G.
  657. Strauss, Mr. Walter
  658. Strauss, Mrs.
  659. Strauss, Miss Victoria
  660. Stropp, Mr. Leon E.
  661. Stropp, Mrs.
  662. Stropp, Miss Lenore
  663. Stropp, Master Edward K.
  664. Suarez, Mr. Alfred
  665. Sweet, Mr. Stanley A.
  666. Sweet, Mrs.
  667. Sweetjer, Mr. H. B.
  668. Swift, Mr. Charles H. and Maid
  669. Swift, Mrs. and Maid
  670. Tallman, Mr. F. G.
  671. Taylor, Mrs. D. R.
  672. Taylor, Mr. Herbert C.
  673. Taylor, Mrs.
  674. Taylor, Miss Ruth
  675. Thaete, Mr. J.
  676. Thaete, Mrs. Edward H.
  677. Thaete, Miss Regina K.
  678. Thatch, Mr. Robert G.
  679. Thompson, Jr., Mr. John R.
  680. Thompson, Mrs.
  681. Thompson, Miss Eleanore
  682. Thompson, Miss Loise
  683. Thorek, Mr. Philip
  684. Thorek, Mrs.
  685. Thorek, Dr. Max
  686. Thorek, Mrs.
  687. Thurn, Miss Ursula
  688. Tipper, Mrs. M.
  689. Tipper, Miss Frances
  690. Tobin, Mr. Horace B.
  691. Tobin, Mrs.
  692. Tobin, Miss Margaret L.
  693. Toppin, Mr. F. and Manservant
  694. Tower, Mrs. E. M. C.
  695. Trask, Miss Evelyn
  696. Tree, Mr. Ronald and Manservant
  697. Trimble, Mrs. H. N.
  698. Trimble, Miss Suzanne
  699. Tuck, Captain A. J. M.
  700. Tuthell, Mr. H.
  701. Tuthell, Mrs. H. S.
  702. Ureles, Mr. N.
  703. Ureles, Mrs.
  704. Vaccaro, Mr.
  705. Vaccaro, Mrs.
  706. Van Deventer Mr. Samuel
  707. Van Druten, Mr. John
  708. Vecsey, Mr. Armand
  709. Verdi, Miss Nancy Clare de S.
  710. Von Daehne, Mr. Arthur
  711. Vondermuhll, Mr. Alfred E.
  712. Vondermuhll, Mrs.
  713. Vondermuhll, Miss Dorothy
  714. Vondermuhll, Miss Barbara
  715. Vondermuhll, Miss Marie L.
  716. Wade, Mrs. H. L.
  717. Wade, Mr. D. E.
  718. Wagner, Mr. Josphe
  719. Waisal, Mr. Solomon E.
  720. Waisal, Mrs.
  721. Waitzfelder, Mr. Clarence
  722. Warfield, Miss Estelle
  723. Warfield, Miss Irene
  724. Warren, Miss Anna W.
  725. Watson, Mr. Alex
  726. Watson, Mrs.
  727. Watson, Mrs. John
  728. Webb, Mr. James
  729. Webb, Mrs.
  730. Webb, Jr., Mr. James
  731. Wegnian, Mr. Albert C.
  732. Weinstein, Mrs. E.
  733. Weiserbs, Mrs. S.
  734. Welch, Mrs. Gregg J.
  735. Welt, Mr. M. S.
  736. Welt, Mrs.
  737. Wende, Mr. Albert
  738. Wende, Mrs.
  739. Wende, Miss Louise
  740. Wende, Miss Jean
  741. Wetherill, Miss M. L.
  742. Whitaker, Mrs. A. B.
  743. White, Mr. W. H.
  744. White, Mrs.
  745. White, Miss Elizabeth
  746. White, Mr. Henry W.
  747. White, Mrs. Franck D.
  748. Whitetield, Dr. G. F.
  749. Whitmarsh, Mr. Theo F.
  750. Whitmarsh, Mrs.
  751. Whitmarsh, Mr. Francis L.
  752. Whitmarsh, Mrs.
  753. Whiton, Mr. Herman Frasch and Manservant
  754. Whittaker, Mr. Charles James Mackie
  755. Wieden, Mr. Herman
  756. Wieden, Miss Josephine
  757. Wiegand, Mr. A. F.
  758. Wiegand, Mrs.
  759. Williams, Mr. W. H.
  760. Williams, Mrs.
  761. Williams, Mr. John B.
  762. Williams, Mrs.
  763. Willson, Mr. J. H.
  764. Willson, Mrs. J. H.
  765. Willson, Miss M. J.
  766. Wilson, Mr. J. Sawyer
  767. Wilson, Mrs. B. D.
  768. Windmuller, Mrs. C. T.
  769. Wolf, Mr. Louis
  770. Wolf, Mrs.
  771. Wolff, Judge I.
  772. Wolff, Mr. B.
  773. Yamakawo, Mr. Shi Kasaburo
  774. Yund, Mr. Theodore J.
  775. Yund, Mrs.
  776. Zeman, Mr. Anton
  777. Zeman, Mrs.
  778. Zeman, Jr., Master Anton

Passenger Information

LANDING ARRANGEMENTS AT NEW YORK

Should the steamer arrive at the New York Wharf after 8 p.m., all passengers who have been passed by the U.S. Immigration Authorities may land or remain on board overnight, at their own option.

Those passengers who have been passed by the Immigration Authorities and desire to remain on board may have all their baggage passed by the U.S. Customs that night or the following morning, at their Own option.

No baggage will be passed before 7 a.m. the day following arrival. Breakfast will be served to those who remain on board overnight.

IN THE EVENT OF THE STEAMER ARRIVING AT QUARANTINE AFTER THE HOURS MENTIONED HEREUNDER PASSENGERS, OTHER THAN UNITED 8TATE8 CITIZENS, MAY BE REQUIRED BY THE U.S. IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES TO REMAIN ON BOARD OVERNIGHT, AND TO HAVE THEIR PASSPORTS EXAMINED THE FOLLOWING MORNING :—

OCTOBER TO DECEMBER. INCLUSIVE ... 5.30 P.M.
JANUARY TO MARCH INCLUSIVE 6. 0 P.M.
APRIL TO JUNE INCLUSIVE 7.80 P.M.
JULY TO SEPTEMBER INCLUSIVE ... 7.15 P.M.

BREAKFAST WILL BE BERVED IN THE USUAL COURSE.

Upon landing at New York and upon application to the uniformed representatives of the railroads, who meet all steamers, railroad tickets may be purchased and baggage checked from the Steamship Pier to any point along the Lines of the Pennsylvania, New York Central, New York, New Haven, and Hartford, Erie, Lehigh Valley, Baltimore and Ohio, Delaware, Lackawanna and Western and Central Railroad of New Jersey, and connecting railroads.

Passengers destined to New York City, or nearby points, will find on the Pier, representatives who will arrange for the expeditious transfer of baggage to hotels, railroad terminals or residences.

BREAKFAST from 8 a.m. until 10 am.

LUNCH at 1 p.m.

DINNER at 7-30 p.m.

The Bar opens at 8 a.m.. and closes at 11-30 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m.. Lounge midnight (Sundays 11-30 p.m.) and Reading and Writing Room at 11-30 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Smoking Room at midnight.

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

SMOKING. Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloon.

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.

MEDICAL ATTENDANCE, the surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, 8ubject in each case to the approval of the commander, for treating passengers at their request 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 0 A.M.
6 0 p.m.
8 30 p.m.

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

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

Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received here for despatch, and Postage Stamps can be purchased, and Deck Chairs and Steamer Hugs hired at this Office, through which also all Mails will be distributed. Postage Stamps can also be obtained from the Lounge Steward.

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

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, charges collected for Marconigrams, Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight paid on board.

PASSENGERS' ADDRESSES may he left at the Enquiry Office in order that any letters received after passengers have left the steamer may be forwarded.

DECK CHAIRS and STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application at the Enquiry Office, at a charge of (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 SI.50) each for the voyage.

VALUABLES. For the convenience of passengers, the Line has provided in the office of the Purser 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 602 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.

PRECIOUS STONES or other similar articles of merchandise may not be taken as baggage, but all passengers must deliver such goods to the Purser of the vessel. The Pursers are instructed to furnish passengers with a receipt for merchandise so delivered and place the goods in the safes aboard their vessel until a Customs permit is presented to the Inspectors ordering the goods into the U.S. appraiser's stores for examination,

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.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Baggage Master. Trunks, Chairs, etc., which passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Master on the Wharf at New York, and such articles will be stored entirely at owner's risk. It is for passengers themselves to see all their baggage is passed by the U.S. Customs Authorities on landing.

WARDROBE TRUNKS. Passengers are advised that it is not always possible to arrange for the placing of Wardrobe Trunks in the passenger 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.

DOGS. Passengers are notified that dogs 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 dog is taken on board.

TRAVELLERS' CHEQUES, payable in all parts of Europe, can be purchased at all the principal offices of the White Star Line. These Cheques are accepted on board White Star steamers hi payment of accounts, but tfie Pursers do not Carry funds to enable them to cash same except to a very limited amount.

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 bo sent from America or Canada through the White Star Offices or direct from the steamer by the aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

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 Second or Third Class compartments, or vice versa, as complications might arise under the Quarantine Regulations.

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

BARBER, LADY HAIRDRESSER, and LADY MANICURIST are provided. The Barber's hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., but for the general convenience of the greater number, passengers are requested not to apply for hair-cutting or shampooing except between the hours of noon and 5 p.m.

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

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

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

POSTAL INFORMATION

HIGH SEAS MAIL.— On all British steamers British Postage Stamps and rates are used when mailing letters for European points, and such letters should be posted in the ship's letter box in the ordinary way.

The mail bag is closed a few hours previous to arrival. Full particulars can be obtained at the Enquiry Office upon application.

WIRELESS TELEGRAM

This Steamer is fitted with Marconi's system of Wireless Telegraphy and aiso with Submarine Sigttaifi/ig Apparatus.

LONG RANGE WIRELESS SERVICE
Tills vessel is fitted with special long range wireless apparatus which will enable passengers to communicate with their friends or business connections on shore at any time during the voyage across the North Atlantic Ocean.

OCEAN LETTERS. The Marconi Company have inaugurated an "Ocean Letter" service by which messages may be sent from one ship to another going in an opposite direction for delivery by Registered Post from the first port of call of the latter vessel.

POSTE RADIOTELEGRAMS. These messages are accepted for transmission to a selected vessel for mailing on arrival in port. This service provides a most economical channel of communication with friends and relatives on shore when full rate facilities are not desired.

For particulars regarding Wireless communications established or expected please consult the Wireless notice board, where full Information Is posted dally throughout the voyage.

R.M.S. "MAJESTIC" - 56,551 Tons
THE LARGEST STEAMER IN THE WORLD

RESTAURANT. In addition to the Regular Dining Saloon there is a large modem a la carte Restaurant, on Deck B, where meals may be obtained at any time between S 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 or $25 per adult will be made from the Ocean Rate for passage to include meals.

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 booked 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, seals 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. Light refreshments may be obtained at fixed charges.

READING and WRITING ROOM. On Deck B, 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 Deck A, 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 F, is the loftiest ever built in any ship, its height being 31 feet, and there is a rioor 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,

CARD ROOM. On Deck B, 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.

LOUNGE. On Deck B, 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 bo 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.

SWIMMING BATH. * The Swimming Bath, with ample accommodation for bathers, including 30 dressing rooms, also a gallery|for spectators, is situated on Deck G, 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 & Gentlemen 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 G) 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 Deck A, 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.

* THE COMPANY ACCEPT NO RESPONSIBILITY WHATSOEVER FOR ANY ACCIDENT FROM WHATEVER CAUSE ARISING TO ANY PASSENGER USING THE SWIMMING BATH, ELECTRIC BATHS OR GYMNASIUM.

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

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 Staterooms are fitted with hot and cold fresh water supply, excepting rooms C24, C25, D133, and D136.

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.

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 travelling to and fro in Atlantic Steamships.

In bringing this to the knowledge of travellers, the Managers, while not wishing in the slightest degree to interfere with the freedom of action of patrons of the White 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.

THE "MAJESTIC" carries an Orchestra of skilled musicians which will play daily at the undermentioned times and places—

  • 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. - - - First Class Lounge
  • 9 p.m. to Midnight - - - First Class Lounge
  • 8-30 p.m. to 11 p.m. (Sundays) - First Class Lounge

Passengers' Mail

All mail coming on board on the steamer's arrival is at once sent to the Enquiry Office where passengers should apply for same.

It is not possible in the short time available to distribute the mail to the staterooms.

Passengers are invited to leave their addresses at the Enquiry Office for any later despatches to be re-directed.

RECOVERY OF U.S. HEAD TAX

This Tax can be recovered by passengers, if same has been paid, provided they inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival at New York of their intention to leave the United States within 60 days (the time prescribed by U.S. Law) and obtain from him Transit Certificate Form 514.

It is also necessary for Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the transportation company when completed, in time to allow same to be placed before the Immigration Authorities in Washington within 120 days of passenger's arrival in the United States.

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

Note.—Will passengers who have not paid the Head Tax in consequence of their being in transit to Canada kindly complete Form 534 (which must be obtained from the Immigration Officials at New York) and forward same to the White Star Linev 1 Broadway, New York, as soon as possible after their departure from the United States.

Back Cover, S.S. Majestic Passenger List 24 August 1927

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