Steamship Second Cabin Ticket Order to Canada 1914
Westbound Ticket Order from the Donaldson Line for Second Cabin Passenger Miss Ruth Immel, departing on the S.S. Cassandra from Glasgow to Montreal, Issued by C.V. Dasey & Son, Boston.
A Passenger List is also availble for this voyage. See Donaldson Line Westbound Voyage for the S.S. Cassandra 1914-08-29
Westbound Ticket Order
This slip is to retained by the purchaser as a memorandum of the order issued, and is subject to all the conditions thereof whether written or printed.
July 8 - 1914
For Second Cabin Ocean Passage
Glasgow to Montreal
Names of Passengers
Miss Ruth Immel (Adult)
Aug 29 1914
Total Fare $47.60
Issued by C. V. Dasey & Son, Agts. 8 Broad St., Boston
-- Reverse Side --
341 Main Street, Winnipeg, Manatoba
H. E. Lidman
409 Palace Buiding, Minneapolis, Minnesota
21 and 23 Sherman Street, Chicago, Illinois
The Robert Reford Co., Limited
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1 Rue Applemans, Antwerp, Belgium
The Finska Angfartvgs Aktieboaget, Helsingfors, Finland
Karlsberg, Spiro & Co.
58 Bothwell Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Relative Cost of Passage Ticket in Today's Currency Value
In 2013, the relative value of $47.60 from 1914 ranges from $825.00 to $21,700.00.
In 2013, the relative worth of $47.60 from 1914 is:
|$1,140.00||using the Consumer Price Index|
|$825.00||using the GDP deflator|
|$4,710.00||using the unskilled wage|
|$6,680.00||using the Production Worker Compensation|
|$6,790.00||using the nominal GDP per capita|
|$21,700.00||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.