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S.S. Baltic Passenger List 13 July 1929

Front Cover, S.S. Baltic Passenger List 13 July 1929

Cabin Passenger List from the S.S. Baltic of the White Star Line, Departing 13 July 1929 from Liverpool to New York via Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain J. Kearney (Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.).

White Star Line
S.S. Baltic
Captain J. Kearney (Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.)
From Liverpool to New York via Queenstown (Cobh)
Saturday, 13 July 1929

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain J. Kearney (Lt. Cmdr. R.N.R., Retd.)
  • Chief Engineer: R. Forbes
  • Chief Officer: J. H. Jones
  • First Officer: R. N. Porter
  • Second Officer: J. G. Boxhall
  • Sr. Second Engineer: L. Bradshaw
  • Sr. Third Engineer: M .J. Hartnett
  • Sr. Fourth Engineer: H. Hickson
  • Surgeon: J. D. Smylie, M.B., Ch.B., R.A.O., M.D. (Ire.)
  • Purser: R. Edwards
  • Assistant Purser: D. H. Jones
  • Chief Steward: A. Hattrick
  • Second Steward: E. J. Pugh

White Star Line S.S. Baltic Guide to Principal Public Rooms

Cabin Passengers

  1. Allen, .Mrs. N. W.
  2. Armistead, Mrs. W.
  3. Armistead, Master J.
  4. Ashcroft, Mr. R.
  5. Bailey, Mrs. H. K.
  6. Banon, Mr. E. H.
  7. Bark, Mr. S. W.
  8. Bark, Mrs.
  9. Bell, Mr. James C.
  10. Bibby, Capt. A. R.
  11. Birte, Mr. I. W.
  12. Bishop, Mr. Chas. H.
  13. Bishop, Mrs.
  14. Boggis, Mr. C. H.
  15. Brady, Mr. T.
  16. Brandes, Mr. H. W.
  17. Brandes, Mrs.
  18. Brennan, Mrs. E.
  19. Brennan, Miss S. E.
  20. Brennan, Master John J.
  21. Briggs, Mr. C. Prank
  22. Briggs, Mrs.
  23. Briggs. Miss Helen
  24. Broadwell, Mr. Frank H.
  25. Brogan, Rev. J. A.
  26. Brown, Mrs. W. G.
  27. Buckley, Miss M. A.
  28. Burdett, Miss A. L.
  29. Campbell. Rev. John
  30. Carnaby. Mr. L. J.
  31. Carney, Miss K.
  32. Case, Mrs. K. W.
  33. Champreux, Mrs. M.
  34. Christensen, Mr. B. J.
  35. Claggett, Mrs. B. F.
  36. Clohessy, Miss H.
  37. Coleman, Miss L. S.
  38. Collins, Mrs. W. J.
  39. Colquitt, Mrs. L.
  40. Conway. Miss Josephine
  41. Cosgrove, Mr. Wm. T.
  42. Cosgrove, Miss Margaret R.
  43. Coss, Miss Ray
  44. Coyle, Miss K.
  45. Crabtree, Mrs. K. E. C.
  46. Davies, Mr. J. E.
  47. Dennebaum, Mr. Geo.
  48. Dennebaum, Mr. Peter
  49. Donnelly, Dr. Robert J.
  50. Donnelly, Mrs.
  51. Donohue, Mr. J.
  52. Downes, Mr. J. H.
  53. Downes. Mr. N. M.
  54. Dunn, Miss K.
  55. Dunne, Mr. D. J.
  56. Dwyer, Mr. John E.
  57. Dwyer, Mrs.
  58. Dwyer. Miss Alice E.
  59. Egleston, Mr. R.
  60. Eichhorn, Mrs. A.
  61. Ellerby, Miss M.
  62. Evans, Mrs. C. N.
  63. Feeney, Mr. J. J.
  64. Fisher, Mr. John
  65. Fisher, Miss M. B.
  66. Flanagan, Mrs. W.
  67. Flanagan, Miss M.
  68. Flanagan, Miss H.
  69. Fletcher, Mrs. R. L.
  70. Flood, Mrs. E. B.
  71. Fogarty, Mr. John
  72. Ford, Rev. Vincent
  73. Frolich, Dr. Joseph C.
  74. Frolich, Mrs.
  75. Frolich, Master Jerome
  76. Gallagher, Mr. John
  77. Gallagher, Mrs.
  78. Galm, Mr. Fred.
  79. Ganley, Miss A. R.
  80. Ganly, Miss Mary K.
  81. Geyer, Mr. Robert Y.
  82. Glutting, Miss Antoinette
  83. Graef, Mr. Wm. R.
  84. Graef. Mrs.
  85. Graham, Rev. J. P.
  86. Grant. Miss Mabel J.
  87. Graves, Mr. B. E.
  88. Graves, Mrs.
  89. Green, Mr. J. B.
  90. Grey, Miss Betsy
  91. Grom, Miss E. Virginia
  92. Guinan, Mrs. M.
  93. Guy, Mr. O. E.
  94. Guy, Mr. Henry L.
  95. Hall, Mr. K. W.
  96. Hall, Mrs.
  97. Healy, Rev. F. J.
  98. Hegarty. Miss L.
  99. Heller, Mr. Robert
  100. Heller, Mrs.
  101. Helmstetter, Mr. C.
  102. Helmstetter, Mrs.
  103. Hepp, Miss Matilda
  104. Herbst, Miss D. F.
  105. Higgins, Miss C. A.
  106. Hill. Mrs. Geoffrey
  107. Hope, Dr. C. I.
  108. Hope, Mrs.
  109. Hope, Mr. N.
  110. Hosey, Miss M. R.
  111. Hough, Mr. J.
  112. Hough, Mrs.
  113. Hough, Miss D. R.
  114. Hughes, Mr. G. Rees
  115. Isenberg, Mr. A.
  116. Isenberg, Mrs.
  117. James, Miss A.
  118. James, Miss W.
  119. Jedel, Mrs E.
  120. Jones, Miss J.
  121. Kavanagh, Mr. A.
  122. Kaveny, Jr., Mr. T.
  123. Kearney, Rev. Richard
  124. Keesler, Mrs. M. Y.
  125. Kelly, Rev. E. A.
  126. Kelly, Mr. Frank R.
  127. Kelly, Mrs.
  128. Kelly, Miss M.
  129. Kennedy, Rev. E.
  130. Kenngott, Mr. L.
  131. Kenngott, Mrs.
  132. Kiefer, Mr. Alfred A.
  133. Kiernan, Mr. P.
  134. Kiernan, Mrs.
  135. Kiernan, Rev. W.
  136. Kruzenberger, Miss Eliz.
  137. Lamb, Mgr. The Right Rev. H. L.
  138. Lamond, Mr. F.
  139. Lamond, Mrs.
  140. Latham, Mr. G. A.
  141. Lawley, Rev. J. J.
  142. Lewis, Mrs. Harriet
  143. Living, Mr. J. F.
  144. Loewenstein, Dr. A.
  145. Loewenstein, Mrs.
  146. Lonargan, Mrs. J. E.
  147. Lowe, Mrs. J. T. Carr
  148. Lowe, Miss Pamela A.
  149. Mack, Mrs. John
  150. Macnabb, Mr. John A.
  151. Macnabb, Mrs.
  152. Manning, Mrs. J.
  153. Marsh, Mrs. Mary
  154. Marsh, Miss L. H.
  155. Mattheissen, Mr. E. P.
  156. Mattheissen, Mrs.
  157. Matthews, Mr. H. E.
  158. Matthews. Mrs.
  159. Matthiessen, Mr. Oscar
  160. Matthiessen, Mrs.
  161. McAuliffe, Mr. D.
  162. McAuliffe, Mrs.
  163. McCabe, Miss B. B.
  164. McCall, Mr. W.
  165. McCall, Mrs.
  166. McCall, Master J.
  167. McCarthy, Rev. S.
  168. McCormick, Mrs. T. J.
  169. McCormick, Miss E.
  170. McCormick, Miss M.
  171. McEnroe, Mr. Charles
  172. McEnroe, Mrs.
  173. McGlinchey, Mr. T.
  174. McGlinchey, Mr. M.
  175. McGlinehey. Miss M.
  176. McNally. Mgr. T. F.
  177. McPhall, Rev. H. T.
  178. McPhall, Mrs.
  179. McPhall, Mr. H. J.
  180. Marts, Mrs. A.
  181. Metz, Mr. Otto
  182. Metz, Mrs.
  183. Meyer, Mr. Jacob
  184. Minder, Miss K. M.
  185. Mole, Mrs. L. I.
  186. Mooney, Mr. Fred. H.
  187. Mooney, Mrs.
  188. Mousley, Mrs. A. J.
  189. Mulhern, Rev. J.
  190. Murphey, Mr. H. S.
  191. Murphy, Miss D.
  192. Nafziger, Mrs. R.
  193. Nevins, Miss Anna
  194. Nixon, Mrs. M. C.
  195. Nydes, Dr. John
  196. Nydes, Mrs.
  197. Osbon, Mr. F. H.
  198. Osbon, Mrs.
  199. Palast, Mr. M.
  200. Palast, Mrs.
  201. Parker, Mrs. Clara C.
  202. Parker, Miss Barbara
  203. Parkham, Mr. Geo. T.
  204. Parkham, Mrs.
  205. Penfield, Mr. E. W.
  206. Peterson, Mr. C.
  207. Peterson, Mrs.
  208. Pfitzenmaier, Mrs. A.
  209. Phelan, Kev. J. C.
  210. Pontus, Miss Mary A.
  211. Purcell, Mr. P.
  212. Rains, Miss M. C.
  213. Rains, Miss J. T.
  214. Reese, Miss M. W.
  215. Reilly, Mr. Thus. S.
  216. Reilly, Mrs.
  217. Reilly, Miss M.
  218. Rhodes, Mr. Thos.
  219. Rhodes, Mrs.
  220. Rhodes, Mr. R.
  221. Ringle, Mr. R. F.
  222. Savannah, Mrs. M. J.
  223. Schloss, Mrs. Prudence E.
  224. Schnahel, Mr. G.
  225. Schnahel, Mrs.
  226. Schneider, Dr. Chas. A.
  227. Schneider, Mrs.
  228. Schroeder, Mr. C.
  229. Schroeder, Mrs. J. F.
  230. Schweikhardt, Mr. John G.
  231. Schweikhardt, Mrs.
  232. Service, Mr. G. H.
  233. Service, Mrs.
  234. Sibley, Mr. F. E.
  235. Smith, Mr. L.
  236. Smith, Mrs.
  237. Smith, Mr. Frank L.
  238. Smith, Mrs.
  239. Smith, Mrs. M. T.
  240. Smyth, Rev. J. S.
  241. Smyth, Mrs. Thos. L.
  242. Smyth, Master Lawrence
  243. Smyth, Master Thomas
  244. Sneyd-Kynnersley, Mr. J. R
  245. Sneyd-Kynnersley, Mrs.
  246. Stover, Miss Helen
  247. Tallent-Bateman, Mr. W. T.
  248. Tallent-Bateman, Mrs.
  249. Tanaka, Dr. K.
  250. Taylor, Mr. B.
  251. Taylor, Mrs.
  252. Taylor, Miss K.
  253. Toner, Miss A. Florence
  254. Twohig, Rev. Wm.
  255. Tynan, Mr. John
  256. Tynan, Mrs.
  257. Voigt, Mrs. E. T.
  258. Ware, Mrs. K. P.
  259. Wareing, Miss M.
  260. Washington, Mr. S. W.
  261. Washington, Mrs.
  262. Washington, Mr. John
  263. Weilbrenner, Mrs. N.
  264. Wester, Mr. Chas.
  265. Wester, Mrs.
  266. Wester, Miss Ida
  267. Westgarth, Jr., Mr. G. W.
  268. Wheeler, Mrs. E. B.
  269. Wilderotter, Miss J.
  270. Wilson, Mr. T. C.
  271. Wilson, Mrs. G. D.
  272. Wing, Jr., Mr. A. S.
  273. Woodward, Mr. E. J. T.
  274. Wren, Mr. Henry J.
  275. Yaeger, Mr. F.
  276. Yaeger, Mrs.
  277. Yauch, Mr. John
  278. Young, Mr. James

Passenger Information

BREAKFAST from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m.

LUNCH at 1 p.m.

DINNER at 7 p.m.

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

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

UPPER BERTHS. Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain steps for getting in or out of samo on applying to the steward or stewardess.

MEDICAL ATTENDANCE, the surgeon is authorised to make customary charges, subject in each case to the approval of the commander, for treating passengers at their reque8t 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 enquires 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 Rugs 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 be left at the Enquiry Office in order that any letters received after passengers have left the steamer may be forwarded.

DECK CHAIRS mid STEAMER RUGS can be hired on application at the Enquiry Office, at a charge of 6/0" (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 4/- (Or $1.00) each for the voyage.

ORCHESTRA will play daily as follows in the Cabin Companionway: 11 a.m. to 12 noon, and after Dinner.

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 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1884, and of Section 4281 of the revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such article.

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

DOGS AND CATS. Passengers are notified that dogs and cats cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries London Forms of License must be obtained by direct application to the Ministry before the dog or cat 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 in payment of accounts, but the 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 be sent from America or Canada through the White Star Offices or direct from tho steamer by the aid of the Marconi Wireless Telegraph.

BARBER. The Barber's hours are 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and he is authorised to make the following charges:--

[List of Charges]

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

COTS. The steamers are supplied with a limited number of Cots for the use of Infants, Application for same should be made to the Chief Steward.

LANDING CARDS It is necessary that passengers present their Landing Cards to the United States Immigrant Inspector for endorsement, before leaving the vessel.

PORTHOLES. Ah it is dangerous for passengers to handle the Ports, they are requested to ask the Bedroom Steward to open and close the Portholes in the staterooms as required.

RESERVATION OF PULLMAN SLEEPING & PARLOUR CARS ON AMERICAN AND CANADIAN RAILROADS. Passengers desiring to make reservations should inform the Purser of their intentions; he will be pleased to Marconi at passenger's own expense.

RECOVERY OF U.S. HEAD TAX

Refund of Head Tax can be obtained provided passengers have complied with the following conditions:—

(1) Inform the U.S. Immigration Inspector on arrival that it is their intention to leave the United States within sixty days, and obtain from the Inspector " Head Tax Refund Certificate" (Form 514).

(2) When leaving the United States to have the departure certified on Form 514 by the Purser of the vessel or by the conductor of the train upon which the departure takes place.

(3) The Immigration Authorities impose a time limit of 120 days from date of entry, after which claims for refund will not be considered. Passengers must, therefore, submit Form 514, duly completed, to the Company in sufficient time to enable the Company to make their application within this limit of time (120 days).

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.

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 STATES CITIZENS, MAY BE REQUIRED BY THE U.S. IMMIGRATION AUTHORITIES TO REMAIN ON BOARD OVERNIGHT, AND TO HAVE THEIR PASSPORTS EXAMINED THE FOLLOWING MORNING :—

  • OCT. to DEC, inclusive, 5.30 P.M.
  • JAN. to MAR., Inclusive, 6.0 P.M.
  • APL. to JUNE, Inclusive, 7.30 P.M.
  • JULY to SEPT., Inclusive, 7.15 P.M.

BREAKFAST WILL BE SERVED IN THE USUAL COURSE.

Upon landing at New York and upon application to the uniformed representatives of the railroads, who meet oil 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.

Taxicabs can be hired at the New York Piers. It is suggested to passengers for their own protection that taxicabs of the Yellow Taxi Corporation, which come within the pier gates, afford comfort and protection as regards baggage, etc., at legal rates. 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.

Passengers are advised to enquire at the Desks on the Piers for letters and telegrams.

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 on application.

This Steamer is fitted with Marconi system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine Signalling Apparatus.

LONG RANGE WtRELESS SERVICE

This vessel is fitted with special Ions 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.

RETURN ACCOMMODATION

For those passengers who may be returning from the United States or Canada to Europe, and who have not yet made the necessary reservations, the Purser will be pleased to radio, free of charge, to New York, Boston or Montreal Office, for any accommodation required. This will enable passengers to complete their arrangements before leaving the steamer and will, consequently, save them time and trouble after landing.

SPORTS DEPARTMENT

For the convenience of our patrons interested in sport or sporting events on either 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.

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