SS Aurania Passenger List - 31 March 1931

Front Cover of a Cruise Passenger List from the SS Aurania of the Cunard Line, Departing 31 March 1931 from Boston and New York to Bermuda, Nassau, Havana, New York, and Boston

Front Cover of a Cruise Passenger List from the SS Aurania of the Cunard Line, Departing 31 March 1931 from Boston and New York to Bermuda, Nassau, Havana, New York, and Boston, Commanded by Captain G. R. Dolphin, R.D., R.N.R. GGA Image ID # 1613c04bdd

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: G. R. Dolphin, R.D., R.N.R.
  • Chief Engineer: J. Bond
  • Chief Steward: E. Sharp
  • Chief Officer: E. M. Fall, D.S.C., R.D., R.N.R.
  • Surgeon: J. D. Doherty
  • Purser: L. K. Connolly
  • Assistant Purser: J. M. Carlyle
  • Cruise Director: S. B. Stewart
  • Assistant Cruise Director: A F. Donovan
  • Assistant Cruise Director: E. T. McLean
  • Assistant Cruise Director: E W. Packer
  • Hostess : Iras Arnold
  • Chaplain : Rev. John Sharp
  • In Charge of Shore Excursions: Charles A. Martin
  • In Charge of Shore Excursions: James C. Hawkins
  • In Charge of Shore Excursions: Edward P. Skinner

Cruise Passengers

EMBARKING AT BOSTON

  1. Mr. Clinton Abbott
  2. Mrs. Abbott
  3. Mrs. Allan Barrows
  4. Dr. R. H. Baxter
  5. Mrs. Baxter
  6. Mrs. David Berquist
  7. Miss Grace Berquist
  8. Miss Georgette Binney
  9. Mrs. Laura Bradford
  10. Miss Inez Brown
  11. Mr. Earle L. Browne
  12. Mrs. William C. Canning
  13. Mrs. M. S. Coffin
  14. Miss Ella T. Coughlin
  15. Mrs. IL C. Dowding
  16. Miss Gertrude England
  17. Miss Jane H. England
  18. Miss Ethel Findlay
  19. Mrs. N. M. Flagg
  20. Mr. J. V. Flanagan
  21. Mrs. Mary Flanagan
  22. Miss Gene Flipsey
  23. Miss Alice Gibson
  24. Mrs. John Glennon
  25. Miss Marion Gore
  26. Mrs. George M. Gray
  27. Mr. Gross
  28. Mrs. Gross
  29. Miss Helen C. Hale
  30. Mrs. N. B. Harpin
  31. Dr. A. E. Harris
  32. Dr. Arthur J. Hewett
  33. Mrs. Hewett
  34. Miss Ellen Hewett
  35. Miss Julie Hewett
  36. Mr. Converse Hill
  37. Mrs. Hill
  38. Mr. H. B. Hiller
  39. Mrs. Hiller
  40. Mrs. Robert S. Hillyer
  41. Mrs. H. A. Holt
  42. Miss Edna Hubbard
  43. Mr. James M. Hurley
  44. Miss Pauline Kelleher
  45. Mr. Robert F. Kelley
  46. Miss Margaret J. Knightley
  47. Miss Elsie Lacey
  48. Mrs. C. P. Lafayette
  49. Miss Dolores Ann Lafayette
  50. Miss Catherine E. Laing
  51. Miss Phyllis E. Laing
  52. Mr. J. R. Larkin
  53. Miss Geraldine R. Larkin
  54. Mr. W. F. McColough
  55. Miss Isabel E. McFarlane
  56. Miss Edith McGowan
  57. Miss Katherine M. McHugh
  58. Miss Katherine McLaughlin
  59. Mr. J. Freeman Marstem
  60. Mrs. L. W. Martin
  61. Miss Mary K. Mendum
  62. Mr. W. E. Murphy
  63. Miss Gladys J. Newton
  64. Mr. Oscar A. Nierendorf
  65. Mrs. Nierendorf
  66. Mr. John E. O'Brien
  67. Mrs. O'Brien
  68. Miss Claire O'Brien
  69. Mr. Harold Payson
  70. Mrs. Payson
  71. Miss M. Elizabeth Person
  72. Mr. Stewart L. Pratt
  73. Mr. George J. Purrington
  74. Mr. H. C. Read
  75. Mrs. Read
  76. Mr. Joseph A. Recomendes
    Mr. Francis X. Recomendes
  77. Miss Emma Robertshur
  78. Mrs. S. W. Rodgers
  79. Mr. Alfred E. Sebbins
  80. Mr. John H. Tilton
  81. Mrs. Tilton
  82. Mr. Richard Tingey
  83. Mrs. Tingey
  84. Mrs. A. B. Toppan
  85. Mrs. Ruby J. Tracey
  86. Mrs. Fred E. Trecartin
  87. Miss Edna Weber
  88. Miss Marie L. Weld
  89. Miss Vera White
  90. Mr. A. B. Whitney
  91. Miss Ellen Whitney
  92. Mr. Robert H. Wilder
  93. Mr. James Wood
  94. Mrs. Wood
  95. Mr. E. B. Yates
  96. Mrs. Yates

EMBARKING AT NEW YORK

  1. Mr. S. W. Ackerman
  2. Mrs. Ackerman
  3. Mr. Barney Ain
  4. Mrs. Merritt Ashworth
  5. Miss Gertrude Bach
  6. Miss Frances Bach
  7. Mr. D. H. Baird
  8. Mrs. Baird
  9. Miss Margaret Baldwin
  10. Miss Daisy Barnes
  11. Miss Alma D. Bayer
  12. Miss lsabel Beveridge
  13. Mrs. P. E. Bibily
  14. Miss Elizabeth Boyer
  15. Mrs. Thomas P. Brenack
  16. Mrs. Fred Bright
  17.  Mr. John Brooks
  18. Miss Lillian Bryant
  19. Miss M. Bulson
  20. Mrs. Flora A. Cahoon
  21. Miss A. V. Carney
  22. Capt. W. R. Chalmers
  23. Mrs. Chalmers
  24. Mrs. Stanley Chandler
  25. Miss M. Adele Chaney
  26. Miss J. Chester
  27. Miss A. Chester
  28. Mr. Arban Clarke
  29. Mrs. Clarke
  30. Master Lloyd Clarke
  31. Miss Margaret M. Clinton
  32. Miss Margaret L. Colson
  33. Miss Mary Conneff
  34. Miss E. Connelly
  35. Mr. A. George Corben
  36. Mrs. Corben
  37. Miss M. Crowe
  38. Mr. J. R. Crunkleton
  39. Mrs. Crunkleton
  40. Miss M. R. Crunkleton
  41. Miss V. Crunkleton
  42. Master J. R. Crunkleton
  43. Master R. D. Crunkleton
  44. Miss Margaret E. Cunningham
  45. Miss Lucille Current
  46. Miss 1 leien Davies
  47. Miss Aimee P. Dealy
  48. Mr. William K. Dehnert
  49. Miss E. J. Doyle
  50. Miss M. Dwyer
  51. Dr. William M. Dyer
  52. Mrs. Dyer
  53. Mrs. R. Early
  54. Mr. Edward Early
  55. Mr. E. F. Eddy
  56. Mrs. Eddy
  57. Miss Irene Edmonds
  58. Mrs. J. K. Elcock
  59. Mr. William J. Elder
  60. Mrs. Elder
  61. Mrs. Margaret Elston
  62. Mr. Wylie B. Ewing
  63. Mrs. Ewing
  64. Mr. R. S. Feeley
  65. Mrs. Feeley
  66. Mr. Harold H. Feigen
  67. Mrs. Fisher
  68. Mr. Edgar M. Fisher
  69. Mr. J. E. Fortin
  70. Mrs. Fortin
  71. Mr. William French
  72. Miss T. Geffner
  73. Mr. Eugene Goff
  74. Mrs. Goff
  75. Mr. John Gorman
  76. Mrs. Mary J. Graham
  77. Miss Nan Graham
  78. Mr. D. F. Groff
  79. Mr. G. F. Groff
  80. Mrs. D. F. Groff
  81. Miss Ruth 0. Groff
  82. Miss Nettie M. Groff
  83. Mr. Harry E. Hackett
  84. Mrs. Hackett
  85. Mr. Harry Hadfield
  86. Mrs. Hadfield
  87. Mr. Millard Harcourt
  88. Mrs. Harcourt
  89. Miss Mary Harty
  90. Mr. G. Heins
  91. Mrs. Heins
  92. Mrs. H. G. Henwood
  93. Miss Janet Henwood
  94. Mrs. Francis Honeywell
  95. Mr. H. P. C. Hope
  96. Mrs. Hope
  97. Mr. A. C. Howatson
  98. Mrs. Howatson
  99. Mr. W. N. Hubbard, Jr.
  100. Mr. W. P. Hubbard
  101. Miss Mildred Igoe
  102. Miss Marian Igoe
  103. Mrs. F. Sheldon Jaffray
  104. Mr. Moorhouse L. Johnson
  105. Mrs. Johnson
  106. Miss Elsie Johnson
  107. Miss S. Kalstein
  108. Mr. James F. Kane
  109. Mrs. Kane
  110. Master J. K. Kane, Jr.
  111. Miss Margaret Kane
  112. Miss Jeannette M. Kane
  113. Mr. George Kaplan
  114. Miss Hannah Kasindorf
  115. Miss Catherine Kennedy
  116. Mrs. Eugene Kent
  117. Miss Pearl Klick
  118. Mr. George Kollman
  119. Mrs. Kollman
  120. Mr. Louis Kraeutler
  121. Mrs. Kraeutler
  122. Mr. J. G. Kremer
  123. Mrs. Kremer
  124. Miss M. Krohl
  125. Mrs. Charles G. Kutrolos
  126. Mr. M. Lanzner
  127. Mrs. Lanzner
  128. Mr. E. Lascaris
  129. Mrs. Lascaris
  130. Miss Helen Lee
  131. Mr. Louis Lipsius
  132. Mrs. Alice Lloyd
  133. Miss Una Lucas
  134. Miss M. Lukis
  135. Mrs. E. C. McDermott
  136. Miss Frances McGarry
  137. Dr. W. A. McGrath
  138. Mrs. McGrath
  139. Mr. B. J. McGuire
  140. Miss Catherine McGuire
  141. Miss Anna McGuire
  142. Mr. C. J. McKnight
  143. Mrs. McKnight
  144. Mr. William F. Marshall
  145. Mrs. Marshall
  146. Miss Edith M. Martin
  147. Miss Bess Mashbir
  148. Miss Helen Milton
  149. Miss Elsie Moeckel
  150. Mrs. Harry Montz
  151. Mr. Albert Morris
  152. Mrs. Morris
  153. Capt. Emil E. Morse
  154. Mr. Raymond Myers
  155. Miss Laura Nallin
  156. Mr. Carl A. Naugle
  157. Mrs. Naugle
  158. Mr. Russell G. Nesbit
  159. Mrs. Nesbit
  160. Miss Margaret Noon
  161. Mr. J. F. O'Keefe
  162. Dr. M. E. Ornstein
  163. Mrs. Ornstein
  164. Miss Dorothy Painz
  165. Mr. Charles F. Paul
  166. Mrs. Paul
  167. Mr. Roscoe Peacock
  168. Mrs. Peacock
  169. Mrs. David Pearson, III
  170. Mr. William S. Pike
  171. Mrs. Pike
  172. Mr. H. Pinstein
  173. Mrs. Pinstein
  174. Mr. C. R. Pitcher
  175. Miss Marguerite Potter
  176. Mrs. Joseph Paul Quin
  177. Master Joseph Wafer Quin
  178. Miss Hope Rankin
  179. Mr. William T. Reeves, Jr.
  180. Mr. Ray Reid
  181. Mr. C. E. Reid
  182. Dr. George M. Reinhart
  183. Mrs. Reinhart
  184. Miss E. F. Reinhart
  185. Mr. H. C. Reinhart
  186. Mrs. J. H. Rianhard
  187. Mr. Ralph Richmond
  188. Mrs. Richmond
  189. Mr. John M. Robsion, Jr.
  190. Dr. Isabel C. Rockwell
  191. Miss Marv C. Roger
  192. Mr. A. J. Rosman
  193. Mrs. Rosman
  194. Mr. David Rubin
  195. Miss E. Schacht
  196. Mrs. Walter Schaefer
  197. Miss Elizabeth R. Schaeier
  198. Mr. Albert W. Schede
  199. Mrs. Schede
  200. Miss Evelyn Schede
  201. Mr. Alfred Schlessinger
  202. Mrs. Schlessinger
  203. Miss Elizabeth J. Schmidt
  204. Mrs. Helen M. Schramm
  205. Miss Meta Schumaher
  206. Miss I. Scully
  207. Miss E. Sharp
  208. Mr. Wilbur Shenk
  209. Miss Julia M. Sheridan
  210. Mr. J. W. Sherwood
  211. Mrs. Sherwood
  212. Miss A. Shiffman
  213. Miss Hortense Silver
  214. Mr. Robert J. Smith
  215. Mrs. Smith
  216. Miss Carolyn E. Smith
  217. Miss Harriet Spitzer
  218. Mr. Gilbert T. Stodola
  219. Miss G. M. Stolts
  220. Mr. W. L. Stoneman
  221. Mrs. Stoneman
  222. Mr. Charles J. Stones
  223. Mrs. Stones
  224. Miss Rose Strabette
  225. Miss Mary E. Swab
  226. Mr. John Thompson
  227. Mrs. Thompson
  228. Miss Virginia Thompson
  229. Miss Charlotte Thompson
  230. Miss Agnes Tierney
  231. Miss Ella A. Timory
  232. Mr. Joseph Tishman
  233. Mrs. Tishman
  234. Mr. Stewart R. Todd
  235. Mrs. Todd
  236. Mr. Joseph A. Tryon
  237. Mrs. Tryon
  238. Mrs. Thomas P. Tunny
  239. Mr. John Van Vlaanderen
  240. Mrs. Van Vlaanderen
  241. Mrs. Lamar Voorhees
  242. Miss Florence Wafer
  243. Miss L. Irene Wafer
  244. Mr. William W. Walker
  245. Mrs. Walker
  246. Miss Marjorie Walker
  247. Mr. E. M. Walter
  248. Mrs. Walter
  249. Miss Isabel Wamsley
  250. Mr. Lewis D. Waters
  251. Mrs. Waters
  252. Miss Waters
  253. Dr. Harry Weinstein
  254. Mrs. Weinstein
  255. Mr. Joseph Wiekes
  256. Lieut. Otto Wiesendanger
  257. Mr. J. E. Willis
  258. Mrs. Willis
  259. Mr. Joseph C. Wilson
  260. Mr. Richard U. Wilson
  261. Mr. Joseph R. Wilson
  262. Mrs. Wilson
  263. Miss Bessie Workman
  264. Mrs. E. Worthman
  265. Miss Dorothy Worthman
  266. Mrs. E. Zeigenhain
  267. Mrs. Rosella Zeuner

Passenger Information

MEALS will be served at the following times in the Dining Saloon:—

  • Breakfast at 8 a.m.
  • Luncheon at 1pm.
  • Dinner at 7p.m.

The Bars will not be open later than Midnight, but it is within the discretion of the Commander to close them during the voyage at any time should he consider this course desirable.

SEATS AT TABLE. Application may be made to the Second Steward for table reservations.

DIVINE SERVICE on Sunday at 10.30 a m There are also facilities on board for the celebration of Mass.

DECK CHAIRS AND RUGS may be hired on application to the Deck Steward. Each Rug is contained in a scaled cardboard box. and bears a serial number worked into the material so that passengers will have no difficulty in identifying their rugs. At the end of each voyage, the rugs which have been in use are sent to the store and thoroughly cleaned, before being re-issued. Prices: $1.50 for Deck Chairs: $1.50 for Rugs.

THE SURGEON is authorized to make customary charges for his services, subject to the approval of the Commander.

LIBRARIES. In addition to a Library of Standard Works, a special selection of up-to-date literature is available for the use of passengers.

PORT HOLES. Passengers should request their Bedroom Stewards to open and close the port holes in the Staterooms, as required. It is dangerous for passengers to handle these themselves.

BERTHING OF PASSENGERS. No alterations can be made except officially through the Cruise Director.

BARBER The Barber's Shop is situated on "B" Deck Aft; Hairdressing Salon on "B" Deck Aft.

VALUABLES. The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept in the Staterooms. The same should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company's form.

As no charge is made for carriage the Company cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage however arising. Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

BAGGAGE. Passengers are recommended to insure their baggage, as the Company's liability is strictly limited in accordance with contract ticket. All enquiries regarding baggage on hoard ship should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

TRAVELERS' CHEQUES. For the convenience of passengers the Purser is prepared to cash Travelers' Cheques up to moderate amounts. Passengers are particularly requested not to ask for large amounts to be cashed, as in the event of that happening it is impossible to carry sufficient funds to deal with all the applications.

DARK ROOM For the me of passengers who wish to develop photographs, a Dark Roam has been provided on board under the supervision of an experienced photographer, who will render any assistance required.
ORCHESTRA. The "COLUMBIA COLLEGIANS" orchestra will play at various times during the day in addition to the Regular ship's orchestra.

WIRELESS SERVICE. This ship is equipped with special up-to-date wireless apparatus which enables passengers to keep in constant touch with their friends or business houses during the cruise. Messages should be handed in at the Wireless Office where full information regarding rates, etc., may be obtained

SPECIAL NOTICE
In order to insure the cruise schedule being efficiently maintained it is essential that the ship sail from all ports at the advertised time. To effect this all passengers are most particularly requested to inform their bedroom stewards of their return on board after sightseeing, etc., on shore. This is the only way by which your return to the ship can be made known to the ship's officers.

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