RMS Corsican Ephemera Collection

All Digitized Ephemera for the RMS Corsican available at the GG Archives. Common items of ephemera in our maritime collection include passenger lists, brochures, event and entertainment programs, and other memorabilia produced for a voyage or ship.

Second Cabin Landing Card - Canadian Port - Early 1900s

Landing Card - Canadian Port for U.S. Immigration Service - ca 1907

1900s Immigration Card, Second Cabin Passenger

Immigration card that dates from the early 1900s was provided to Second Cabin passenger John Grant, who arrived via a Canadian port on the SS Corsican of the Allan Line.

The second card is a U.S. Immigration Service Landing Card issued to Clara Gale on board the S.S. Corsican, presented to U.S. Immigration Officials before landing at Quebec. Undated, circa the early 1900s.

GGA Image ID # 113d49c5e0

Allan Line - Second Cabin Accommodations - 1908

It is probably an unprecedented occurrence in the history of the Transatlantic Liner that three Steamers of 10,000 tons register or more, should be in course of construction at one time and placed in commission within six months of each other. Ships Covered: Corsican, Grampian, Ionian, Tunisian, Victorian, and Virginian.

Steerage Passenger Inspection & Vaccination Card - Canadian Port of Entry - 1912

1912-06-27 Canadian Immigrant Inspection Card - Steerage Passenger

Canadian Immigrant Inspection Card issued in 1912 to a steerage passenger on board the Allan Line SS Corsican. Card provided essential information including name of immigrant, Steamship, port and date of departure. The card was intended to be kept by the immigrant for three years. It would be shown to government officials whenever required.

Front Cover, SS Corsican Passenger List - 24 June 1922

1922-06-24 SS Corsican Passenger List

  • Steamship Line: Canadian Pacific (CPOS)
  • Class of Passengers: Cabin
  • Date of Departure: 24 June 1922
  • Route: Montreal to Glasgow
  • Commander: Captain W. Davidson


Ephemera contained in the GG Archives collection represent the souvenirs provided to the passengers of each voyage. Many of these souvenir ephemeral items have disappeared over the years.

Our selection varies considerably by ship, and likely contains only a sampling of what was originally produced and printed by the steamship lines.

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