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Third Class Steamship Agent's Record, 1912, Cunard Line SS Laconia

This is an Agent's Record of a Third Class Steerage Ticket for one adult and one child from Liverpool, England to New York on the Cunard Steamship SS Laconia (I)

Record to be kept by Agent

Agent Record of Third Class Outward Steamship Ticket, 1912, Cunard Line SS Laconia

No. 118545

Cunard Line

Third Class Outward

  • Date of Issue: 10.Aug.1912
  • For Steamer: Laconia
  • Sailing: 20 August 1912
  • Booked to: Liverpool

Names of Passengers and Age:

  1. Mrs. A. Ambler (32)
  2. Ethel Ambler (5)

1 Adult 1 Children 0 Infant

Amount Paid: $52.50

Commission: $3

Advised: $49.50

Address: 318 Woonas Quacket Avenue Lymansvide (Linesville Rd)

Dated: 24 August 1912

Extract from Ships' Passenger Manifest

First Name: Annie
Last Name: Ambler
Ethnicity: USC (Note 4)
Last Place of Residence: USA
Date of Arrival: November 04, 1912
Age at Arrival:                 32 y
Gender: Female
Marital Status: Married
Ship of Travel: Laconia (1912)
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Manifest Line Number: 0001

Note 4: Naturalized US Citizen by virtue of Marriage

Information on Document

  • Date: 1912 August 10
  • Agent Receipt No. 118545
  • Dimensions: 9.7 x 19.8 cm

Relative Cost of Passage Ticket in Today's Currency Value

In 2013, the relative value of $52.50 from 1912 ranges from $925.00 to $23,300.00.

In 2013, the relative worth of $52.50 from 1912 is:

$1,300.00 using the Consumer Price Index
$925.00 using the GDP deflator
$5,470.00 using the unskilled wage
$7,840.00 using the Production Worker Compensation
$7,030.00 using the nominal GDP per capita
$23,300.00 using the relative share of GDP

Samuel H. Williamson, "Seven Ways to Compute the Relative Value of a U.S. Dollar Amount, 1774 to present," MeasuringWorth, 2014.


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