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SS Carinthia Passenger List - 25 July 1939

Front Cover of a Cruise Passenger List from the SS Carinthia of the Cunard Line, Departing 25 July 1939 from New York to Quebec, Gaspé, and Halifax and returning to New York

Front Cover of a Cruise Passenger List from the SS Carinthia of the Cunard Line, Departing 25 July 1939 from New York to Quebec, Gaspé, and Halifax and returning to New York, Commanded by Captain W. C. Battle, D.S.C., R.D., R.N.R. GGA Image ID # 1729630684

Senior Officers and Staff

Commander: Captain W. C. Battle, D.S.C., R.D., R.N.R.
Staff Captain: G. E. Cove
Chief Engineer: H. McIntyre
Chief Officer: H. Grinrod
Surgeon: J. E. Hession
Chief Steward: T. A. Brennan
Purser: A. E. Martin
Senior Assistant Purser: W. J. Hyde

CRUISE STAFF ONBOARD

CRUISE DIRECTOR

  • Mr. Harold F. Hennesey

SOCIAL DIRECTRESS

  • Mrs. Bess Hawley

LECTURER

  • Mr. Eugene Van Wyck

ASSISTANT CRUISE DIRECTORS

  • Mr. L. Carnagey
  • Mr. P. Carnagey
  • Mr. E. W. Carrington
  • Mr. R. P. Clisham
  • Mr. G. W. Dana
  • Mr. W. L. Donaldson, Jr.
  • Mr. C. J. Fairbairn
  • Mr. W. B. Jennings
  • Mr. F. Kolb
  • Mr. J. F. Murray
  • Mr. V. Ogley

PHOTOGRAPHY

  • Mr. W. Oldham

Cruise Passengers

  1. Mr. A. A. Abbott
  2. Miss Leah Abbott
  3. Mr. Charles Abraham
  4. Mrs. Abraham
  5. Miss Mollie Abrams
  6. Mrs. Rebecca Adams
  7. Miss Josephine Adams
  8. Miss Beatrice Alexander
  9. Sister M. Alexandrine
  10. Sister Alice
  11. Miss Isabelle Allan
  12. Miss Annie Allan
  13. Miss Delphina Allessio
  14. Miss Martha Alscher
  15. Mrs. F. C. Anderson
  16. Miss Eugenia Angello
  17. Miss Jane Austin
  18. Miss Faith Austin
  19. Mr. John Babey
  20. Mrs. Babey
  21. Mr. M. C. Bailey
  22. Mrs. Bailey
  23. Miss Virginia Bailey
  24. Mr. C. C. Barber
  25. Mrs. Barber
  26. Mr. John Barrett
  27. Miss Emily T. Barry
  28. Miss Emily M. Bauer
  29. Miss Mildred Bauerman
  30. Miss Ruth E. Bauermann
  31. Mrs. Edith H. Beck
  32. Mrs. Albert V. Becker
  33. Miss Marcella Becker
  34. Mr. Bruce Bedford
  35. Mrs. Bedford
  36. Miss Rose A. Berg
  37. Mr. Sol Bergstein
  38. Miss Emma Besig
  39. Mr. H. D. Biernan
  40. Mrs. Biernan
  41. Mrs. E. Blackman
  42. Miss Dorothy Blackman
  43. Honourable David H. Blair
  44. Mrs. Blair
  45. Mr. Harry E. Blanke
  46. Mrs. Blanke
  47. Miss Eleanor L. Bloss
  48. Miss Florence Blum
  49. Miss Charlotte Boehle
  50. Sister M. Bonaventure
  51. Miss Marcelle Bonnie
  52. Miss Antoinette Boysen
  53. Mr. Leon Brof
  54. Mr. Wendell P. Brown
  55. Mrs. Brown
  56. Mrs. A. W. Brown
  57. Mrs. Victor S. Bryant
  58. Sr. Miss Ruth Buch
  59. Miss Dorothy H. Buck
  60. Mr. Joseph S. Buhler
  61. Mrs. Buhler
  62. Mr. Saul Bulk
  63. Mr. Ralph Bullard
  64. Mrs. Bullard
  65. Miss Jean Burns
  66. Miss Mae Butler
  67. Miss Margaret Butler
  68. Mrs. N. Byron
  69. Miss G. Byron
  70. Mr. John R. Caldwell
  71. Mrs. Caldwell
  72. Miss Emily Caldwell
  73. Mr. Samuel T. Callaway
  74. Mrs. Callaway
  75. Miss Eleanor C. Campbell
  76. Miss Belle Campbell
  77. Miss Elizabeth Clark
  78. Rev. Peter P. Conaty
  79. Miss Rose Conlan
  80. Miss Ann Conlan
  81. Mr. James F. Connor
  82. Mr. James J. Connor
  83. Dr. Lloyd N. Cooper
  84. Mrs. Cooper
  85. Miss Frances E. Cooper
  86. Mr. R. H. Cox
  87. Mrs. Cox
  88. Miss Jane Darragh
  89. Mr. Louis Daum
  90. Mrs. Daum
  91. Miss Mary T. Davis
  92. Miss Julie Dc Meyer
  93. Miss Frances M. Dickinson
  94. Mrs. Thomas Harvey Dougherty, Jr.
  95. Mrs. Sheila V. Dougherty
  96. Mr. Joseph D. Dover
  97. Mrs. Annie L. Downing
  98. Miss Elizabeth A. Downing
  99. Miss Marie A. Dreher
  100. Mrs. William G. Duckett
  101. Mr. C. Clayton Duffield
  102. Miss Ethel F. Dunham
  103. Mrs. Blanche Dunkle
  104. Mrs. A. Durham
  105. Miss B. Eastman
  106. Miss Eaton
  107. t/Mr. Harry C. Eldridge
  108. Mr. N. R. Elmstrom
  109. Mr. Robert Ennis
  110. Mrs. Ennis
  111. Miss Dorothy M. Evarts
  112. Miss, Belle Farman
  113. Mr. Robert Fauver
  114. Mrs. Faurer
  115. Dr. Erwin Feigenheimer
  116. Mr. J. A. Finneran
  117. Mrs. Finneran
  118. Master J. A. Finneran
  119. Master Frank Finneran
  120. Mr. Carl Fisher
  121. Mrs. Fisher
  122. Miss Rose Flannery
  123. Mr. Leon Fleischmann
  124. Mrs. Fleischmann
  125. Miss Alma Foerster
  126. Mr. Walter J. Foley
  127. Mrs. J. R. Forst
  128. Mr. Clarence Fountain
  129. Mr. Jack Frank
  130. Mrs. Frank
  131. Mr. Harry Frank
  132. Mrs. Frank
  133. Miss Nan Friedl
  134. Miss Lorena E. Fry
  135. Mr. Joseph A. Fürst
  136. Mrs. Fürst
  137. Miss M. H. Gates
  138. Miss H. II. Gates
  139. Mrs. Mary Gibbs
  140. Mrs. Mary T. Gilfoile
  141. Mrs. George H. Gilman
  142. Mr. George H. Gilman, Jr.
  143. Mr. J. R. Goldie
  144. Mr. James Goodall
  145. Mrs. Goodall
  146. Mr. Herman Goodman
  147. Mrs. Goodman
  148. Miss Florence Goodman
  149. Miss Charlotte Goodman
  150. Mr. J. R. Goodman
  151. Mr. R. D. Gorham
  152. Mrs. Gorham
  153. Miss Lelia Grason
  154. Mr. David Greenfield
  155. Mr. Herman Greenwald
  156. Mrs. Greenwald
  157. Miss June Rose Greenwald
  158. Miss Elinore Grollman
  159. Miss Helen Grove
  160. Mr. L. H. Happ
  161. Mrs. E. E. Harris
  162. Miss E. Harris
  163. Mr. Herbert Havens
  164. Miss Claire Heimrod
  165. Mrs. Emma Heins
  166. Mr. H. W. Hendrickson
  167. Dr. C. O. Hills
  168. Miss Flora M. Holly
  169. Father John J. Hopkins
  170. Rev. Robert Howard
  171. Mr. T. R. Hughes
  172. Mrs. J. R. Hughes
  173. Mrs. E. W. Hukill
  174. Miss Helen Hummel
  175. Miss Rosamond Hunt
  176. Mrs. Sarah Hurwitz
  177. Mrs. Charles L. Hyde
  178. Miss Theresa Hyland
  179. Mr. G. C. Indruk
  180. Mrs. Indruk
  181. Mrs. B. C. Jarbor
  182. Miss Luella Johnson
  183. Mr. Millard F. Jones
  184. Mrs. Jones
  185. Mrs. Mildred Joyce
  186. Sister Julia
  187. Mr. J. Kagan
  188. Mrs. Kagan
  189. Miss Dorothy Kalb
  190. Mr. Charles Kassin
  191. Miss F. Katzelnick
  192. Mr. T. H. Keating
  193. Mrs. Keating
  194. Mrs. Katherine C. Keenholts
  195. Miss M. L. Kelly
  196. Miss Margaret Kiley
  197. Miss E. Marion Kilpatrick
  198. Mr. Edward Kimpel
  199. Mrs. Kimpel
  200. Rabbi Max Klein
  201. Miss E. Kling
  202. Mr. George Kloetzer
  203. Mrs. Kloetzer
  204. Master Richard Kloetzer
  205. Mr. H. S. Knight
  206. Mrs. Knight
  207. Mrs. Richard Knight
  208. Mr. Henry J. Koch
  209. Mrs. Koch
  210. Miss Marie König
  211. Miss Helen Krause
  212. Miss Martha Kress
  213. Miss Margaret Kress
  214. Mrs. Lally
  215. Miss Lally
  216. Mr. C. Lang
  217. Miss Emma Langer
  218. Mr. E. Larney
  219. Mrs. Larney
  220. Mr. Leon Laufer
  221. Mrs. Laufer
  222. Mr. Jack Laufer
  223. Mrs. Harry Leach
  224. Mrs. William Lentz
  225. Mr. Sidney Levine
  226. Mrs. D. W. Lewis
  227. Mrs. M. T. Lewis
  228. Miss Eloise Janet Lewis
  229. Miss Lillian Logsdon
  230. Miss Harriet Lorch
  231. Miss Emma Lorch
  232. Mrs. Berny Lucas
  233. Mr. Neil MacDonald
  234. Mrs. Mary McCann
  235. Mr. J. J. McDermott
  236. Mr. Peter McDonald
  237. Mrs. McDonald
  238. Miss Ethel McFarland
  239. Mr. E. D. McGee
  240. Mr. Elmer E. McMeen
  241. Mrs. McMeen
  242. Miss Elizabeth F. Mackey
  243. Miss Virginia Majette
  244. Miss Ruth C. Manlove
  245. Mrs. Agnes Campbell Marshall
  246. Dr. Frank D. Martin
  247. Mrs. Martin
  248. Mr. A. D. Matthai
  249. Mrs. Matthai
  250. Miss Mattingly
  251. Miss Margaret L. Maupin
  252. Mr. Arthur B. Maurice
  253. Miss Ruth Medlyn
  254. Mr. E. Mertz
  255. Mrs. Mertz
  256. Miss Harriet Mertz
  257. Mr. Carl G. Meyer
  258. Mrs. Meyer
  259. Mr. Donald Meyer
  260. Master George Meyer
  261. Mr. Mark Miller
  262. Mrs. Miller
  263. Mrs. Mary Moline
  264. Miss Carolyn R. Moser
  265. Mr. Guy Mulligan
  266. Mr. Edward R. Neal
  267. Mrs. Neal
  268. Miss Beatrice Neary
  269. Miss Mary O’Connell
  270. Miss Mary F. O’Connor
  271. Rev. Charles O'Hara
  272. Mr. Gordon O’Hara
  273. Miss Betsy Parker
  274. Miss Anne Parrott
  275. Mr. W. C. Partenheimer
  276. Mr. Darius E. Peck
  277. Mrs. Peck
  278. Mr. Max Peltin
  279. Mr. M. H. Peters
  280. Mrs. Peters
  281. Mr. R. W. Pfaff
  282. Mrs. Pfaff
  283. Mr. Jacques K. Pfann
  284. Mrs. Pfann
  285. Miss Katherine Pierpoint
  286. Miss Harriet Pincus
  287. Mr. Edgar Pitske
  288. Mr. R. L. Pritchard
  289. Mrs. Pritchard
  290. Mrs. E. B. Proctor
  291. Miss Mary L. Proctor
  292. Miss Cornelia Quarles
  293. Mr. M. D. Quinn
  294. v/Mrs. Quinn
  295. Miss Naomi Ran son
  296. Miss Ruth Ranson
  297. Mr. M. Rasco
  298. Miss Ruth Reinhart
  299. Miss Margot Reyburn
  300. Miss Helen V. Reynolds
  301. Miss Anna Rice
  302. Mrs. Ridell
  303. Mr. David S. Rivkin
  304. Miss Margaret Robinson
  305. Miss Claire Rockwell
  306. Mr. Alexander Rothenberg
  307. Mrs. Rothenberg
  308. Mr. J. Warren Russell
  309. Mrs. Russell
  310. Miss Kathryn Russell
  311. Miss Barbara Russell
  312. Mr. John O. Rutherford
  313. Mrs. Rutherford
  314. Miss Dorothy Sachs
  315. Miss Jean Sadler
  316. Mrs. G. A. Saportas
  317. Miss Ethel Saxs M
  318. r. Edward Schlesinger
  319. Miss Lina Schmidtkonz
  320. Mr. E. R. Schooley
  321. Mrs. Schooley
  322. Mr. Morris L. Schwinger
  323. Mr. Walter Scott
  324. Mrs. Scott
  325. Miss Edith W. Scarle
  326. Mr. Henry Seiden
  327. Mrs. Seiden
  328. Miss Mary Shea
  329. Miss Frances Sibert
  330. Mr. J. H. Siemann
  331. Mrs. Siemann
  332. Mr. Henry H. Simpson, Jr.
  333. Miss Suzanne Simpson
  334. Mr. Joseph Slater
  335. Mrs. Louis W. Smith
  336. Mrs. John Smith
  337. Miss Anne M. Smith
  338. Miss Margaret Smith
  339. Miss Bertha J. Southwick
  340. Mrs. James B. Steep
  341. Mr. T. H. Stephens
  342. Miss Phoebe Stine
  343. Mrs. O. B. Stone
  344. Mrs. Newton Stone
  345. Mr. Horace K. Subers
  346. Miss A. H. Subers
  347. Miss Brenda Subers
  348. Miss A. T. Subers
  349. Miss Helen D. Subers
  350. Mrs. Vera W. Swearingen
  351. Master J. W. Swearingen
  352. Mr. Howard P. Sweester
  353. Miss Edna Swenson
  354. Mrs. G. E. Syme
  355. Miss Rose Tannenbaum
  356. Miss Olive Terhune
  357. Miss Anne P. Tetrault
  358. Miss Polly Joan Thompson
  359. Miss Margaret L. Toole
  360. Mrs. Grace E. Torbert
  361. Miss Ruth Tuttle
  362. Mr. Raymond S. Van Houten
  363. Mrs. Van Houten
  364. Mrs. Julia Bryant Van Straaten
  365. Miss Ruth Vogt
  366. Mr. Henry Wagner
  367. Mrs. Wagner
  368. Miss S. Wagner
  369. Miss Maytscherl Walsh
  370. Mr. Joe Waxer
  371. Mr. John L. Weaver
  372. Mrs. John L. Weaver
  373. Mr. B. Weene
  374. Mrs. Weene
  375. Miss Anna Weiner
  376. Mr. A. E. Weisberg
  377. M rs. Weisberg
  378. Mr. J. L. Welsh
  379. Miss Blanche F.. Welsh
  380. Miss Constance F. Welsh
  381. Miss Esther While
  382. Miss Charlotte White
  383. Mrs. John C. Whitridge
  384. Mr. Thomas Wilkinson
  385. Mrs. Thomas G. Williams
  386. Miss Phyllis Wilsher
  387. Mr. J. Walter Wood
  388. Mrs. Clarke Worthington
  389. Miss Pauline Yanoff
  390. Miss Helen E. Yoder
  391. Miss Frances Young

General Information for Passengers

MEALS will be served at the following times In the Dining Saloon:

  • Breakfast: 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.
  • Luncheon: 12.15 p.m. and 1.30 p.m.
  • Dinner : 6.30 p.m. and 7.45 p.m.

Morning Bouillon and Afternoon Tea will be served on Deck and in the Public Rooms at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m. respectively.

The Bars will be open all night, 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 11.00 a.m. Hours of Holy Mass will be announced on the Bulletin Board.

In addition to the Divine Service conducted by ship's officials, a priest of the Roman Catholic church will arrange to celebrate Holy Mass.

DECK CHAIRS, RUGS AND CUSHIONS may be hired on application to the Deck Steward for the round trip at $1.00 each for Deck Chairs, Rugs and Cushions. Each Rug is contained in a sealed 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.

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

A REGISTERED NURSE is on board, whose services are available as necessary under the direction of the ship's Surgeon.

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 Purser

BARBER. The Barber's Shop and Hairdressing Salon are situated on "A" Deck Forward.

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 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.
Passengers are not limited as to the amount of weight of personal baggage on the steamer.

All enquiries regarding baggage on board ship should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

PASSENGERS EXPECTING MAIL UPON ARRIVAL IN NEW YORK. Mail received for passengers addressed in care of an incoming ship is assembled in readiness for distribution to passengers on the pier immediately on arrival, and when leaving the ship at New York passengers are requested to enquire for mail at the mail desk, which is located on the quay side.

LAUNDRY. In cases where laundry is accepted from passengers to be serviced at any of the cruise ports of call please note that the Cunard White Star Limited acts only as agents for whatever laundry may be involved and can accept no responsibility for damage etc.

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.

CHEQUES. Passengers are respectfully advised that the Purser cannot accept private cheques.

THE SHIP'S ORCHESTRA will be assisted in furnishing music for dancing by CHARLES PARK AVE. ORCHESTRA

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.

LIQUOR PURCHASES. Supplies of Liquor purchased by passengers at the various ports of call will be received on board by the Baggage Master and will be given special storage. A Charge of $1.00 per case is made to cover cooperage and handling, but this is entirely at passenger's risk since no charge is made for transportation.

In compliance with section 6. of Federal Alcohol Administration Act, passengers should not purchase for importation into the United States containers of liquor of more than one gallon capacity each.

Back Cover, Cunard Line SS Carinthia Cruise Passenger List - 25 July 1939.

Back Cover, Cunard Line SS Carinthia Cruise Passenger List - 25 July 1939. GGA Image ID # 172967f7f8

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