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White Star Line R.M.S Majestic Passenger List 4 September 1929

Second Cabin Passenger list for the S.S. Majestic of the White Star Line, Departing 4 September 1929 from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg, Commanded by Commodore W. Marshall.

White Star Line
List of Second Class Passengers
Royal and U.S. Mail S.S. "Majestic"
Quadruple - Screw :: 56,621 Tons
The Largest Steamer in The World
From Southampton To New York
(via Cherbourg)
Wednesday, 4 September, 1929

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Commander : W. Marshall, C.B., D.S.O., R.D. (Commodore, R.N.R.)
  2. Assistant. Commander : P. R. VAUGHAN, D.S.C., R.D. (Commander R.N.R. RETD.)
  3. Chief Engineer : J. WolfE, O.B.E
  4. Assistant. Chief Engineer : M. L. Evans
  5. Chief Officer : J. McRostie
  6. First Officer : S. E. STUBBS, O.B.E., R.D., R.N.R
  7. Second Officer : H. P. GRINDr.D, R.D., R.N.R
  8. Senior Second Engineer : J. Ferguson
  9. INTER. Second Engineer : J. Williams
  10. Junior Second Engineer : A. FORBES
  11. Surgeon : J. C. H. Beaumont, L.R.C.P. & S. (Edin.), L.F.P.S. (Glas.)
  12. Assistant Surgeon : T. E. BLUNT, M.R.C.S. (ENG.,) L.R.C.P. (LOND.) (Surgeon Captain R.N. RETD.)
  13. PURSERS : C. B. Lancaster and A. J. BYRNE
  14. Assistant. PURSERS : W. H. Haywood, E. P. Brown
  15. Reception Officer : S. OUROUSSOW
  16. Chief Steward : R. J. HOEY
  17. Chief Second Class Steward : A. E. BAIN

Ships List of Second Class Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, S.S. Majestic, September 1929, White Star Line

  1. Abrahams, Mr. Alfred
  2. Abramowitz, Mrs
  3. Abratowska, Mrs. Leokadja
  4. Adams, Miss Jenny
  5. Adler, Mr
  6. Agonowski, Mr. Casimir
  7. Agonowski, Master Victor
  8. Agonowski, Mrs. Alice G
  9. Agonowski, Miss Theresa
  10. Agonowski, Miss Irene
  11. Albrecht, Mr. Georg
  12. Albrecht, Mr. Amandus
  13. Alexander, Mr. George
  14. Amer, Miss Mily Bunter
  15. Amster, Mr. James
  16. Anderson, Mr.. Charles F
  17. Anderson, Mrs
  18. Anderson, Mr. Paul
  19. Androva, Mrs. J. A
  20. Anspach, Miss Esther
  21. Armstrong, Dr. A. Joseph
  22. Armstrong, Mr. Richard M
  23. Arva, Mr. Mike
  24. Atkins, Mr. A
  25. Atwell, Mr. Robert K
  26. Atwell, Mrs. Julia A
  27. Ayers, Mrs. Alice
  28. Baden, Mr
  29. Baden, Mrs
  30. Bahni, Mr. John E
  31. Baker, Miss Irma
  32. Banta, Mr. Frank
  33. Barbir, Mr
  34. Barrett, Mr. John
  35. Baruch, Miss Cornelia
  36. Baudino, Mr. Joseph
  37. Baudino, Mr. Frank
  38. Baudino, Mrs. Virginia
  39. Bausili, Mrs. Henry
  40. Bausili, Jr., Mr. Henry
  41. Bay, Mr
  42. Bayliss, Mrs. Chas. W
  43. Bayliss, Miss Mary
  44. Bayliss, Miss Margaret
  45. Beckenstein, Mr. Barnett
  46. Bednarski, Mr. John
  47. Beerheide, Mr. Arthur
  48. Beerheide, Mrs. Anna
  49. Beerheide, Miss Ruth F
  50. Bekierman, Mr. David
  51. Bell, Mrs. Raymond
  52. Bell, Mr. Bara
  53. Bender, Mr. Chas. M
  54. Berzinskis, Mr. Frank
  55. Berzinskis, Mrs
  56. Beveridge, Dr. James
  57. Birmingham, Mr. Charles
  58. Birnbaum, Mr. Harry
  59. Birnbaum, Mrs
  60. Birnbaum, Master Norman
  61. Birnbaum, Master Wallace
  62. Birse, Mr
  63. Blarney, Mr. Francis J
  64. Blank, Mr. Philip
  65. Blank, Mrs
  66. Blank, Miss Edith
  67. Blank, Miss Rosina
  68. Bloom, Mr. Simon
  69. Bloys, Mr. Edward S
  70. Blum, Mr. E
  71. Bock, Mr. Charles
  72. Bock, Mrs. Bessie
  73. Bolles, Miss Dorothy F
  74. Boutelle, Mrs
  75. Brasch, Mr. Herman
  76. Brauns, Mr. Dirk H
  77. Brennan, Mr. Joseph H
  78. Brenner, Mr. I
  79. Brenner, Mrs. Celia
  80. Brigham, Mr
  81. Brinsky, Rev. Sigmund
  82. Brown, Mr. Richard V
  83. Brown, Mr. Christoph
  84. Brown, Mrs. Emma
  85. Brummer, Mr. Gustave
  86. Burchard, Miss Mary A
  87. Burden, Mr. W. W
  88. Burke, Dr. P. F
  89. Burnstein, Mrs. Sarah
  90. Butcher, Mr. Harold
  91. Cadoo, Miss Lavinia
  92. Campbell, Rev. John
  93. Campbell, Mrs. Beatrice
  94. Campbell, Miss Margaret
  95. Cardenas, Mr. Ignacio O
  96. Caridi, Mr. Antonio
  97. Caridi, Mr. Floyd A
  98. Carscabben, Miss Kathleen
  99. Cartwright, Mr. Morse A
  100. Cartwright, Mr. Thomas
  101. Cartwright, Mrs. Eliza
  102. Cauour, Mr. Milton
  103. Chapin, Miss Louise B
  104. Charney, Mrs. Anna
  105. Chetreek, Mr. Ishak C
  106. Chilian, Dr. S. A
  107. Chilian, Mrs
  108. Chilian, Master Stephen
  109. Chilian, Miss Evelyn
  110. Chistie, Mr. Henry
  111. Chmielinski, Mrs. Klotylde
  112. Christie, Mr. F. J
  113. Christie, Mrs. Margaret
  114. Clark, Miss Helen E
  115. Cleveland, Mr. Albert C
  116. Cleveland, Mrs. Freda E
  117. Cleveland, Miss Joan
  118. Cobb, Mrs. Charlie
  119. Cobb, Miss Shirley
  120. Cobb, Master Herschel
  121. Cobb, Master Howell
  122. Cobb, Miss Beverly
  123. Cocroft, Mr. Wayland L
  124. Cocroft, Mrs. Elsie
  125. Cocroft, Master Charles
  126. Conley, Mr. John
  127. Connelly, Mr. Raymond
  128. Copestake, Miss M
  129. Copp, Mr. James D
  130. Copp, Mrs. Mary T
  131. Copp, Miss Marie T
  132. Cordova, Dr
  133. Cordova, Mrs
  134. Cordova, Miss
  135. Costigan, Mr. Lawrence P
  136. Coulton, Miss Mary R
  137. Cowen, Miss Harriet
  138. Cowman, Mrs. Chas. E
  139. Craig, Mrs. J. T
  140. Craig, Miss Henrietta
  141. Craig, Mr. Robert T
  142. Czerwinski, Mr. Stanley
  143. Daly, Mr. Valentine
  144. Daneski, Mr. Teofil
  145. Daneski, Mrs. Mary
  146. Davidson, Mrs. Lillian
  147. Davis, Mrs. Cilia
  148. Davis, Mr. Charles H
  149. Davis, Mrs
  150. Davis, Miss Mary E
  151. Dawson, Mr. Regd. C
  152. Dawson, Mrs. Ethel M
  153. Deacon, Mr. John
  154. de la Doclieri, Mrs. M
  155. Dennehy, Mr. Thomas
  156. Dennett, Dr. Daniel C
  157. Dennett, Mrs
  158. de Repentigny, Miss Evangeline
  159. Diaz, Mr. Richard
  160. Diaz, Mrs
  161. Diers, Mr. Joseph
  162. Diggs, Mr. Robert M
  163. Doig-Hay, Miss Elisabeth B
  164. Donovan, Mr. Maurice A
  165. Du Fault, Miss Helen
  166. Dym, Mrs. Jennie
  167. Dymowski, Mr. Julian
  168. Dzealich, Rev. Michael
  169. Ebenstein, Mr. Max
  170. Eiler, Mrs. Frank
  171. Elliott, Mrs. Elsie D
  172. Elston, Mr. John A
  173. Elston, Mrs. Mary E
  174. Emmons, Mr. Wilfred
  175. Evans, Miss Marion
  176. Ezekiel, Mrs. Thomas
  177. Fahrni, Miss Emma
  178. Farley, Father John H
  179. Fassler, Mrs. Anny
  180. Fassler, Mr. Fritz
  181. Feher, Mr. Paul
  182. Feher, Mrs
  183. Feldman, Miss Gusti
  184. Findora, Mr. John
  185. Findora, Mrs. Mary
  186. Findora, Miss Teresa
  187. Findora, Master Joseph
  188. Fitzgerald, Miss Alice
  189. Fixler, Mr. Jakob
  190. Flood, Miss Julia V
  191. Flood, Miss Anna M
  192. Foldes, Mr. Joseph
  193. Foote, Mrs. Caroline
  194. Fowler, Miss Florence G
  195. Fraimovits, Mrs. Ita
  196. Fraimovits, Miss Isabela
  197. Franklin, Mr. Dean
  198. Frederick, Mr. James C
  199. Frederick, Mrs
  200. Friedman, Mr. Arnold
  201. Friedman, Mr. Bernard
  202. Gahwiler, Miss Ida
  203. Galloway, Mr. John
  204. Gamo, Mr. Toshibumi
  205. Garbetto, Mrs. Maria
  206. Garbetto, Miss Marguerite
  207. Gardner, Mr. Norman
  208. Gartenberg, Miss Pauline B
  209. Gelikhovsky, Mr. N
  210. Gendreau, Mr. Joseph E
  211. Gieffers, Mr. Harry
  212. Giles, Mrs. Imogene K
  213. Ginsburg, Professor J
  214. Glenn, Mr. Wilfred
  215. Goldberg, Mr. Israel
  216. Golden, Mr. Harry
  217. Goldson, Mr. Harry
  218. Goldson, Mrs. Esther
  219. Goldson, Mr. Abe
  220. Goldstein, Mr
  221. Gordon, Mr. Harvey
  222. Graych, Mrs. Mary
  223. Green, Miss Jane
  224. Greenerbaum, Miss Sarah
  225. Greenspan, Mr. Abraham
  226. Gregory, Mrs
  227. Griswald, Mr
  228. Gronek, Mr. Stanley
  229. Gross, Mr. Jacob
  230. Grzywienski, Mr. Edward
  231. Guthrie, Miss Miriam
  232. Gutradt, Mr. Maurice C
  233. Gutradt, Mrs. Miriam
  234. Gutradt, Miss Gertrude
  235. Hamvas, Mr. Laszle
  236. Harding, Mr. H. D
  237. Harding, Miss Helen B
  238. Harrick, Mr. Wulf
  239. Harrick, Mrs. Vera
  240. Haskell, Dr. Harold G
  241. Haskell, Mrs. Lucy M
  242. Hatfield, Professor Henry R
  243. Hatfield, Mrs. Ethel S
  244. Hatfield, Miss Elizabeth
  245. Head, Mr. Glen R
  246. Heksh, Dr. Bela H
  247. Heksh, Mrs. Ruth
  248. Hellman, Mr
  249. Hellman, Mrs
  250. Hengel, Mr. Andrew
  251. Hertzman, Mrs. Helen L
  252. Hertzman, Miss Irene
  253. Hetzel, Miss A. C
  254. Hillman, Mrs. Rose
  255. Hirsch, Mrs. Lina
  256. Holden, Mr. Edmund
  257. Holtz, Mr. Izaak
  258. Holtz, Mrs. Freda
  259. Holtz, Master Harry
  260. Holtz, Miss Sadie
  261. Holtz, Master Morris
  262. Hooper, Mr. Joseph L
  263. Horsey, Mr. Outerbridge
  264. Horwitz, Mr. Max N
  265. Horwitz, Mr. Abe N
  266. Howard, Mrs. Laura
  267. Huberman, Mr. Abraham
  268. Immerz, Miss Josepha
  269. Imori, Mr
  270. Jamali, Mr. M. F
  271. James, Mr. Lewis
  272. Jaroszewski, Mr. Joseph
  273. Jenkin, Mr. William
  274. Jenkin, Mrs. Annie
  275. Johnson, Mr. John A
  276. Johnson, Mrs. Ellen
  277. Johnson, Miss Evelyn
  278. Johnston, Mr. J. Kendall
  279. Johnston, Miss Beulah
  280. Jones, Mrs. Edith
  281. Jones, Miss Helen
  282. Jones, Miss Winifred
  283. Jonisz, Mr. Naptali
  284. Jonisz, Mr. H
  285. Joseph, Miss Louise
  286. Kabala, Mrs. Bronislawa
  287. Kahn, Mr. Samuel
  288. Kahn, Mrs. David
  289. Kalita, Miss Marja
  290. Kane, Mr. Chas
  291. Kane, Mrs. Alma
  292. Kane, Miss Pearl
  293. Kane, Mr. Victor
  294. Kane, Master G. L
  295. Kane, Master H. B
  296. Karlinsky, Mr. Louis
  297. Karpel, Mr. Abram
  298. Kascenco, Miss Barbara
  299. Katelus, Mr. George
  300. Katelus, Mrs
  301. Katzelnick-Tracey, Mr. Murray S
  302. Kavanaugh, Mr. Vincent
  303. Kazeminska, Miss
  304. Keller, Mr. Ferdinand
  305. Keller, Mrs. Anna
  306. Keller, Mrs. Frida
  307. Keller, Mr. Konrad
  308. Kellogg, Mr. Joseph M
  309. Kelly, Miss Annie
  310. Kelly, Mr. Ralph
  311. Kelly, Miss Dorothy J
  312. Kemp, Miss Margaret
  313. Kenny, Mr. Edward
  314. Killen, Miss Cora M
  315. Kiro, Mr. P. W
  316. Kitaeff, Mrs. Rose
  317. Kitaeff, Miss Sylvia
  318. Klein, Mr. Harry
  319. Klein, Mrs
  320. Klinghoffer, Mr. Abraham
  321. Koestler, Mr. Otto H
  322. Koestler, Mrs
  323. Kohn, Mrs. Irina
  324. Kohn, Master Niculae
  325. Kommel, Miss Marion
  326. Kopilov, Mr. Elja
  327. Kowalsky, Mr
  328. Krick, Mr. Geo. C
  329. Kweller, Mr. Philip
  330. Kweller, Mrs. Philip
  331. Ladd, Mrs. Mary K
  332. Lancova, Mrs. A
  333. Lanctin, Mr. Paul
  334. Lanctin, Mrs. Marthe
  335. Lanctin, Master Paul
  336. Lanctin, Miss Andree
  337. Lansdale, Mrs. Nancy K
  338. Lassale, Mrs. Josephine
  339. Lasting, Mrs. Antonia
  340. Latzek, Mr. Frank
  341. Latzek, Miss Emily
  342. Law, Mr. M. C
  343. Law, Mrs
  344. Lebrun, Sister Marie
  345. Lee, Mr. Frederick
  346. Lehmann, Mr. Otto
  347. Lehmann, Mrs. Gertrud
  348. Lehmann, Miss Lorraine
  349. Leon, Mr. G. M
  350. Lerner, Mrs. Chawa
  351. Lerner, Mrs. Esther
  352. Lerner, Miss Vivian
  353. Lerner, Mr. Eugen
  354. Lesavoy, Mr. T. Lawrence
  355. Lester, Mr. Robert M
  356. Levin, Mr. I. Norman
  357. Levine, Mr. Sidney
  358. Lewandowski, Mr. Anton
  359. Lewandowski, Mrs. Kathryn
  360. Lewis, Mr. Lazar
  361. Lewis, Mrs. Rose
  362. Lewis, Mr. Phillip R
  363. Lewis, Master Sheldon
  364. Lewitt, Mr. Rubin
  365. Libman, Mr. Morris
  366. Libman, Mrs. Rose
  367. Libman, Miss Rose N
  368. Lipka, Mr. Ignacy
  369. Lippincott, Mr. Benjamin
  370. Loew, Mr. John
  371. Loew, Mrs
  372. Lowy, Rabbi Salamon
  373. Lutey, Mr. Samuel
  374. MacGregor, Mrs. Estelle
  375. Macks, Miss Mary
  376. MacLear, Miss Anne B
  377. MacLear, Miss Martha
  378. MacLennan, Mr. Donald E
  379. Maczala, Mrs. Aniela
  380. Malina, Mrs. Amalia
  381. Marm, Mr. Albert
  382. Marsh, Mr. A. J
  383. Marsh, Mrs. Maude H
  384. Marsh, Mrs. Earl
  385. May, Mr. Ernest C
  386. Mayer, Mr. Solomon
  387. McAleese, Miss Idene
  388. McAllister, Mr. Joseph
  389. McAndrews, Mr. James
  390. McCann, Mr. Thomas J
  391. McCann, Mrs. Sara
  392. McLaughlin, Miss Mary
  393. McLaughlin, Miss Kathleen
  394. Mehl, Mr. Max
  395. Melchior, Mr. Adriano
  396. Melton, Mr. James
  397. Melton, Mrs. Marjorie
  398. Mendelsohn, Rabbi S. Felix
  399. Mendelsohn, Mrs
  400. Mettler, Miss Anna
  401. Middleton, Miss Elizabeth J
  402. Mierzycka, Mrs. Stanislawa
  403. Milbank, Miss Madeleine
  404. Miller, Mr. Alfred J
  405. Miller, Mrs. Agnes G
  406. Mintz, Mr. Norman
  407. Minwegen, Miss Rose
  408. Mittenthal, Mr. David
  409. Mittenthal, Mrs. Essie
  410. Mittenthal, Mr. Joseph
  411. Monahan, Mr. Patrick J
  412. Moore, Mr. Robert J
  413. Morgan, Miss Elizabeth
  414. Morris, Mr. William
  415. Morris, Mr. Frank M
  416. Mosig, Mr. John
  417. Mosig, Mrs
  418. Moyer, Miss Katherine T
  419. Mroz, Mrs. Antonia
  420. Mudge, Mr. Thomas J
  421. Mullally, Miss Elizabeth K
  422. Muller, Miss Emma
  423. Murray, Mr. Pete
  424. Myslicki, Mr. Bronislaw
  425. Myslicki, Mr. Leopold
  426. Nechamkin, Miss Anne
  427. Newlander, Rabbi Arthur H
  428. Newlander, Mrs
  429. Newman, Mrs. Lyllyan
  430. Newton, Mrs
  431. Nickerson, Mr. William
  432. Nienhauser, Mr. Roy B
  433. Nitze, Mr. Paul
  434. Niver, Mr. Chas
  435. North, Mr. Herman
  436. North, Mrs. Alba
  437. North, Miss Mary
  438. Nortman, Mr. Janthiel
  439. Notinger, Mrs. Rosa
  440. Nott, Mr. Thos
  441. Nott, Mrs
  442. Nott, Miss Edith
  443. Nott, Master William
  444. Nott, Master Allen
  445. Ochs, Mr. William L
  446. O'Dea, Miss Bridget M
  447. O'Dwyer, Miss Mary F
  448. Off, Mr. Ernst
  449. Ogden, Mr. Donald
  450. Ohringer, Mr. M
  451. Ohringer, Mr. Abe
  452. Ohringer, Mrs. Abe
  453. O'Keefe, Mr. Kenneth
  454. Olszewska, Mrs. Eleonora
  455. Ormsby, Mr. Dennis
  456. Ornstein, Mr. Jacob A
  457. Ortmann, Mr. Ignaz M
  458. Orzechowski, Mr. Sebastian
  459. Orzechowski, Master Edward
  460. Osborne, Mr. N. M
  461. Osborne, Mrs
  462. Osborne, Jr., Mr. N. Montgomery
  463. Osborne, Mr. M. F. Maury
  464. Paddock, Mr. Richard B
  465. Pagini, Mrs. Ernesta
  466. Paraplotsky, Mrs. Kate
  467. Paraplotsky, Miss Rachel
  468. Pederson, Mr. John M
  469. Pederson, Mrs. Laura M
  470. Pederson, Miss Elysine
  471. Pfeferberg, Mrs. Fannie
  472. Pfeferberg, Master Jacob
  473. Phillips, Mrs. Violet L
  474. Phillips, Miss Rita
  475. Pinches, Miss Ruth
  476. Plummer, Miss L. Flora
  477. Pope, Mr. Edwin E
  478. Popkin, Mr. Lionel
  479. Powers, Mr. Chas
  480. Powers, Mr. Frances
  481. Powers, Mr. A. J
  482. Price, Miss Muriel
  483. Pyzikiewicz, Rev
  484. Rampapos, Mr. E
  485. Rampapos, Mrs
  486. Reeves, Sister Marie
  487. Rendle, Mr. Albert E
  488. Rendle, Mrs. Elizabeth
  489. Rickley, Dr. John L
  490. Robinsky, Mr. Joseph A
  491. Robinsky, Mrs. Veronica
  492. Rodninski, Mr. Moses
  493. Rodninski, Mrs. Fanni
  494. Rogers, Mrs. Edey R
  495. Rose, Mr. Charles
  496. Rosenblum, Mr. Laurence
  497. Rosenkovich, Mrs. Michla
  498. Rosenkovich, Master Benzion
  499. Rosenkovich, Miss Sara
  500. Rothenberg, Mrs. Eliz
  501. Rothenstreich, Mr. Hermann
  502. Ryan, Miss Viola
  503. Ryan, Miss Zellah
  504. Ryba, Mr. J. Francis
  505. Sagalowsky, Mr. Louis
  506. Sagalowsky, Mrs. May
  507. Sahakian, Mr. Abraham
  508. Sanger, Mr. K
  509. Satler, Mr. J
  510. Satler, Mrs
  511. Schaad, Mrs. Juliette
  512. Schaeffer, Mrs. Nettie
  513. Schaeffer, Miss Amalie
  514. Schaffer, Mr. Zelig
  515. Schaffer, Mr. Harry
  516. Schaffer, Mr. Zelig
  517. Schaffer, Mr. Harry
  518. Schlesinger, Mr. S
  519. Schliff, Mr. Abram
  520. Schliff, Mr. A
  521. Schmidt, Mrs. Cornelia
  522. Schmitz, Mrs. Cornelia
  523. Schneiter, Mr. Albert
  524. Schneiter, Mrs. Maria
  525. Schneiter, Mr. Alvin
  526. Schumaker, Mr. Leon
  527. Scott, Mrs. Elsie
  528. Scully, Miss Teresa
  529. Sekiya, Mr. Yumosuke
  530. Sekiya, Miss Toshiko
  531. Semetkovsky, Mr. Emil
  532. Semetkovsky, Mrs. Marie
  533. Semetkovsky, Miss Mary
  534. Semetkovsky, Miss Edita
  535. Shapiro, Rev. Alfred
  536. Shaw, Mr. Ellioth
  537. Sher, Miss Janet
  538. Sher, Miss Janet
  539. Shute, Miss Zelma
  540. Sievers, Miss Sophie E
  541. Sigrist, Mr. Fridolin
  542. Sigrist, Mrs. Regula
  543. Silber, Mr. Alexander
  544. Silberberg, Miss Sara
  545. Simonovici, Miss Laja
  546. Simpson, Mrs. Della
  547. Slabinski, Mrs. Stanislawa
  548. Slabinski, Master Joseph
  549. Slote, Miss Ida
  550. Smith, Mr. Robert G
  551. Smith, Mrs. Bertha A
  552. Smith, Miss Irma
  553. Smith, Miss Aida
  554. Smith, Miss Evelyn E
  555. Smith, Mrs. W. D. C
  556. Smith, Miss Helen
  557. Smith, Miss Bertha
  558. Sorenson, Miss Alice
  559. Sorenson, Mr. Anders
  560. Spaulding, Mr. Robert
  561. Spencer, Mr. Lynn B
  562. Spillman, Miss Wilhelmine
  563. Spitzfaden, Miss Lulu
  564. Srodka, Rev. Antoni
  565. Stahlin, Mr. Chas. V
  566. Stalder, Mrs. Anna
  567. Stalder, Mr. Ernest
  568. Stather, Mr. Ellsworth M
  569. Stehlin, Mr. Joseph
  570. Stoddard, Miss Marguerite
  571. Stokfisz, Mr. Tadanz
  572. Stokfisz, Mrs. Theodla
  573. Stokfisz, Mrs. Cecilia
  574. Stowers, Miss F. Miriam
  575. Sussman, Mr. Salomon
  576. Sweeney, Mr. D. E
  577. Szanyi, Mrs. John
  578. Szathmary, Mr. Oscar
  579. Szathmary, Miss Sylvia
  580. Szathmary, Miss Pearl
  581. Szegedi, Mrs. Hani
  582. Szegedi, Mr. Ludovic
  583. Szegedi, Miss Anna
  584. Tanner, Miss Rose
  585. Tarrson, Miss Florence
  586. Tatarska, Mrs. Chaja
  587. Tauch, Senr., Mr. Edward R
  588. Tauch, Mrs. Louise
  589. Taylor, Miss Alice
  590. Temkin, Mrs. Celia
  591. Thompson, Mr. Harry
  592. Thuerlemann, Miss Pia
  593. Thumser, Mrs. Marie
  594. Tirozzi, Miss Mary
  595. Tousey, Mrs. Florence
  596. Treciokas, Mr. Albinas S
  597. Trofinczuk, Mr. Jacob
  598. Truman, Miss Elizabeth
  599. Trust, Rev. Dr. Harry
  600. Trust, Mrs. Lillian
  601. Tschudin, Mrs. Bertha
  602. Tulpan, Mr. and Child
  603. Turski, Mr. Kornelius
  604. Turski, Mrs. Helen
  605. Urban, Mrs. Salomea
  606. Vachuda, Mrs. Emma
  607. Van der Beck, Miss Viola
  608. Vaughan Williams, Mr. Harold J
  609. Venable, Miss Leila
  610. Verbeek, Mr. George
  611. Verbeek, Mrs. Riemkje
  612. Vertin, Mr. Rudolph
  613. Villannova, Mrs. Veneranda
  614. Vittu, Mrs. Hitau
  615. Vlamynck, Mr. Octave
  616. Vlamynck, Mrs
  617. Vlamynck, Miss Margeret
  618. Vlamynck, Master Fred
  619. Votipka, Miss Thelma
  620. Vyziute, Miss Monika
  621. Walczak, Miss Lucya
  622. Walczak, Mr. Adam
  623. Walker, Mr. Wm. D
  624. Walker, Mrs. Alice M
  625. Walker, Mr. Eric L
  626. Wasielewski, Mr. Chester
  627. Wasserzuk, Mr. Nochim
  628. Wasserzuk, Mrs. D
  629. Watson, Mr. Paul B
  630. Weiss, Mr. Eugen
  631. Weissman, Mrs. Lillian
  632. Wenger, Mr. Fritz
  633. Wenger, Mr. Ernest
  634. Werner, Miss Luise
  635. Wesley, Mrs. Clara A
  636. White, Mr. Joseph
  637. White, Mrs. Frances I
  638. Wickey, Mr. B. B
  639. Wickey, Mrs
  640. Wickey, Mr
  641. Wiener, Mr. Robert
  642. Wilcox, Mr. Frank M
  643. Wilcox, Mrs. Mary
  644. Williams, Mr. Herbert O
  645. Williams, Mrs. Ellen
  646. Winthrop, Mr. Fred
  647. Wirt, Miss Lulu
  648. Wisch, Dr. Charles A
  649. Wisch, Mrs. Violet H
  650. Wood, Miss Margaret P
  651. Wright, Mr. William
  652. Wright, Miss Alice
  653. Wyndable, Professor Adrian
  654. Yamaguchi, Mr. Eijiro
  655. Young, Miss Helen
  656. Young, Professor E. H
  657. Zimmermann, Dr. Harry M
  658. Zinewicz, Mr. Tomasz

Information for Second Class Passengers

Meals will be served as follows :-

WHEN One Sitting. | WHEN Two Sittings.
Breakfast ... 8.0 a.m. | 7.30 a.m. and 8.30 a.m.
Luncheon ... 1.0 p.m | 12.0 noon and 1.0 p.m.
Dinner ... 7.0 p.m. | 6. 0 p.m. and 7.15 p.m

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

Dancing. A special dancing floor has been laid in the Entrance Hall on Deck " B."

CINEMATOGRAPH PerFORMANCES. Cinematograph performances will be given in the Saloon as notified from time to time.

Seats at Table. Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Saloon Steward.

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 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 Surgeon will be in attendance at the Surgery for consultations at the following hours :- 10 a.m. 6 p.m. 8-30 p.m.

The Surgeon will be available at all times in cases of urgency.

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 with the Saloon Steward for any later despatches to be re-directed. Postage Stamps can be obtained from the Enquiry Office, which will take charge of Cable Despatches and Telegrams for transmission.

Charges PAID 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, or Freight, Marconigram, Cablegram, etc., charges paid on board.

Library. Books can be obtained on applying to the Library Steward.

Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs can be hired on application at a charge of 6/6 (or $1.50) each for the voyage.

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

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.

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 Ship's 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 owners' risk. It is for Passengers themselves to see all their Baggage is passed by the U.S. Customs Authorities on landing.

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.

Travellers' Cheques, payable in all parts of Europe, U.S.A. and Canada 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.

A Gymnasium,*fully equipped with modern appliances, is situated on Deck B, and is open for exercise by Ladies, Gentlemen and Children, as follows

6 a.m. to 9 a.m. for Gentlemen only
10 a.m. to 12 Noon for Ladies only
12 Noon to 1 p.m. for Ladies and Gentlemen
2 p.m. to 3-30 p.m. for Children
3-30 p m. to 7 p.m. for Ladies and Gentlemen

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 Gymnasium.

Barber and LADY Hair Dresser. A Barber is provided, and for the convenience of lady Passengers a Lady Hairdresser is also provided. The Barber and Lady Hairdresser are authorised to make the following charges :- d. Gentlemen. S. d.
Ladies. s. 0 or 75 cts 0 " $1.00 9 " 70 cts 6 " 85 " 0 9 or 20cts
6 " $1.35 6 " 60 cis 0 " 75 " 6 " 60 " 1 0 " 25 "
0 9 " 20 "
0 9 " 20
1 6 " 40
1 0 " 25 "
0 3 " 6 "
MARCEL Waving ... 3 Shaving •••
Waving and CURLING ... 4 Hair Cutting Shampooing( Wet)
CUTTING and Singeing... 2 Singeing • ••
SHAMPOO, Ordinary ... 3 Face Massage Scalp Massage Tonic Dressing
Special, HENNA, CAMOMILE TAR, from 5
FACIAL Massage ... 2
VIBRO Massage ... 3
MANICURE ... 2

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

A Clothes Pressing Room is in charge of an expert Attendant, and work of this kind will be carried out for Ladies or Gentlemen at the following charges :— s. d.

s. d. Coat and Vest ... 2 3 (c.55)
Gentlemen's Suits 4 6 ($1.15) Trousers ... 2 3 (c.55)
Overcoats, Heavy 4 6 ($1.15) Overcoats, Light 2 3 (c.55)
Ladies' Costumes 4 6 ($1.15) Waists and Jackets 2 3 ( c .55 )

Landing Cards. It is necessary that Passengers present their Landing Cards, together with Passports, to the United States Immigration Inspector for endorsement before leaving the vessel.

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.

Wireless Telegram Rates

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

Long Range Wireless Service

This 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.

The rates for radiotelegrams are :-
Via PORTISheaD—Radio to
Great Britain • ••• •••
France, Belgium and Holland
GERMANY ••• ••• ••• •••
Via Chatham, MASS.--Radio to
New York City and BROOKLYN lOid. or 21.30 cts.
New York State •• lid. or 22.32 cts.
Massachusetts and New Jersey 10id. or 21.30 cts.
Pennsylvania Other places...
i Philadelphia 100. or 21.30 cts.
11d. or 22.32 cts. ls. Od. or 24.34 cts.
Illinois •••
Via Louisbourg—Radio to
Quebec and Ontario lid, or 22.32 cts.
New York State, Massachusetts
and Pennsylvania ••• ls. Od. or 24.34 cts.

The ship is always in touch with one or other of these stations.

Rates for messages to other destinations may be obtained from the Purser's Bureau.
Every word in the address, text and signature is counted. All charges must be prepaid and a receipt should be requested.

Ship To Ship. The general rate for messages exchanged direct between ships at sea is 8d. or 16.23 cts. per word.

Special Rate Messages

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. The charge for an " Ocean Letter " is (inclusive of wireless, postage and registration) 5s. or $1.22 cts. for 20 words, plus 2d. or 4 cts. for each additional word up to a maximum of 100 words. This class of message must contain full postal (mail) address.

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.
Poste Radiotelegrams should preferably be handed in during the early part of the voyage and should be addressed in a manner similar to the following example :

Poste= New York Brown 2464 Quincy Avenue
Arriving Tuesday Well Boston Majestic
The inclusive cost of the above message would be 2/10i- or 70 cis.
For particulars regarding Wireless communications established or expected please consult the Wireless notice board, where full information is posted daily throughout the voyage.

11d. or 22.32 cts. per word.
is. 0d. or 25.35 cts. "
18. id. or 26.36 cts. "
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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 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 follo'.' ing 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 evening arrival of the steamer at NPw York, the examination by the U.S. Immigration Authorities of Passengers, other than United States citizens, will be terminated at the following hours :

September 26TH To April 23RD, INCLUSIVE ... 8.30 P.M.
April 24TH To September 25TH, ... 9-30 P.M.

and all such Passengers not examined up to these hours may be required by the U.S. Immigration Authorities to remain on board overnight and have their passports inspected the following morning.

Breakfast will be served in the usual course.

Uniformed representatives of the American railroads rn?et all steamers on arrival at New York. 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.

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 pretection as regards baggage, etc., at legal rates.

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

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).

Upper Berths

Passengers occupying Upper Berths can obtain steps for petting in or out of same by applying to the Steward or Stewardess

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Portholes
As 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.

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Orchestra

The " Majestic" carries an Orchestra of professional musicians, which will play regularly in the Second Class.

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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 he generally useful in this connection to our patrons, who, we trust, will not hesitate to take full advantage of the arrangements we have made.

Enquiries should be addressed to :-
White Star Line,
Sports Department,
I a, Cockspur Street, London, S.W.1

For the convenience of 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, New York, Boston, Philadelphia 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.

Return Accommodation

White Star Line
Second ANNUAL SERIES
Tourist TC 12Z IIIT Cruises
To The
Mediterranean
The HOLY LAND and Egypt
From New York
Jan. 9, 1930 - S.S. LAURENTIC (New)
Jan, 18, 193o - - S.S. Adriatic
Feb. 27, 193o - - S.S. LAURENTIC (New)
Mar. 8. 193o - S.S. Adriatic

New York Madeira Gibraltar Algiers MONACO
Naples ATHENS CONSTANTINOPLE Haifa Alexandria
SYRACUSE Naples MONACO Gibraltar New York

Full 46-Day Cruise with complete $ 2 0 shore excursion programme Full Cruise without shore excursions 300 Passengers from Europe may join the ships at any port for long or short journeys—rates on application All accommodation at one rate. Stopover between Cruise Steamers at all ports. Optional North Atlantic return without extra charge. Also First Class $695 and up ASK for Further Particulars

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With Booths and Operators on our New York Piers
White Star Line

Majestic" 56,621 tons
Length, 954.5 feet :: Breadth, 100015 feet :: Depth, 64.2 feet
The Largest Steamer in The World
" Olympic " " HOMERIC "
46,439 tons 34,351 tons
(Triple Screw) (Twin Screw)
Motor Vessel (Building) 26,000 tons
Adriatic (Twin Screw) 24,563 "
Baltic " .... 23,884 1,
Cedric " 21,227 1!
Celtic ,, .... 21,179 ,,
ALBERTIC " 19,000 "
LAURENTIC (Triple Screw) .... .... 18,724 1,
CERAMIC ,, .... 18,495 ,,
Arabic (Twin Screw) 16,786 9,
REGINA (Triple Screw) •••• 16,500 ,,
DORIC (Twin Screw) .... .... 16,484 9,
CALGARIC (Triple Screw) .... 16,063 19
MEGANTIC (Twin Screw) .... •••• 14,878 11
RUNIC " .... 12,663 71
CORINTHIC ,, .... 12,367 "
IONIC ,, 12,352 99
VEDIC 99 •••• 9,180 9,
GRAND Total 437,756 Tons

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