Third Class Embarkation Coupon - SS United States - 16 May 1925

Scandinavian-American Line Third Class Embarkation Coupon for Passage on the SS United States, Departing from New York for Oslo Dated 16 May 1925.

Scandinavian-American Line Third Class Embarkation Coupon for Passage on the SS United States, Departing from New York for Oslo Dated 16 May 1925. GGA Image ID # 16796f5376

Scandinavian American Line

Passage Contract No. 147442

Embarkation Coupon

Full Name of Passenger and Age: Mr. Johannes Hesch, 39

United States Revenue Tax: U.S. Revenue Tax of $5.00 Collected. Not Good for Paggage Until Revenue Tax Stamp has been Affixed.
$5 Revenue Tax Stamp Affixed.

Class: Third

Rate: $105.50

Room No. 531

Steamship: United States

Sailing On: 38 May 1925 att 12:00 Noon

For Passage from New York to Oslo

Ocean Fare Paid: $103.50

European Fare Paid: $0

Date of Issue: 16 May 1925

Agency at Philadelphia

/s/ Signature of Agent

The Cost of Crossing the Atlantic in Third Class in Today's Dollars (2019)

The Price Measures

  • $105.5 in 1925 has a relative price worth of $1,566.43 today using the Consumer Price Index (CPI)
  • $105.5 in 1925 has a relative price worth of $1,250.75 today using the GDP Deflator.

The Wage, Income, Household Expenditure Measures

  • $105.5 in 1925 has a relative wage of $6,332.18 paid to an Unskilled Worker today.
  • $105.5 in 1925 has a relative wage of $8,360.30 paid to paid to a Production Worker today.
  • $105.5 in 1925 has a relative Per Capita GDP of $7,906.62 today.
  • $105.5 in 1925 would be the same proportion of what the average household spent on Consumer Goods and Services as $3,091.90 is today.

The Output Measure

  • $105.5 in 1925 would be the same proportion of output as measured by GDP that $22,519.35 is today.

Source: https://www.measuringworth.com/dollarvaluetoday/relativevalue.php?year_source=1925&amount=105.5&year_result=2019

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