Passenger List Images by Steamship Line
All our Passenger List-related images organized by Steamship Line, Ship, and Date, used throughout this section to illustrate the numerous ships lists and other items throughout this section.
The Allan Shipping Line was started in 1819, by Captain Alexander Allan of Saltcoats, Ayrshire, trading and transporting between Scotland and Montreal, a route which quickly became synonymous with the Allan Line. By the 1830s the company had offices in Glasgow, Liverpool and Montreal.
American Export-Isbrandtsen Lines, New York, was the leading US-flag shipping company between the U.S. east coast and the Mediterranean from 1919 to 1977, offering both cargo ship services and passenger ship services, until it declared bankruptcy and was acquired by Farrell Lines, New York.
The American Line was a shipping company founded in 1871 and based in Philadelphia. It began as part of the Pennsylvania Railroad, although the railroad got out of the shipping business soon after founding the company.
Anchor-Donaldson Line offered transatlantic steamship passenger services between the ports of Glasgow, Moville and Liverpool in the UK and the Canadian ports of Quebec and Montreal, Toronto, Halifax, St. John and the US Port of Portland, Maine.
Anchor Line was a Scottish merchant shipping company that was founded in 1855 and dissolved in 1980. From 1911 to 1935 it was owned by Cunard.
Cover Images pertaining to the Atlantic Transport Line, published and printed aboard their transatlantic liners from 1881 to 1936. The Atlantic Transport Line operated transatlantic passenger service primarily between New York and London. It was an American owned company that was operated by the British and sailed under the British flag.
Cover Images pertaining to the Baltimore Mail Line, published and printed aboard their transatlantic liners from 1931-1938. They operated regular weekly service between the US Ports of Baltimore and Norfolk to the European Ports of Le Havre, France, and Hamburg, Germany.
Cover Images pertaining to the Cunard Line, published and printed aboard their transatlantic liners from 1880s-1950s. Our collection focuses on service between the US / Canadian Ports and European Ports.
Cover Images pertaining to the Union-Castle Line, published and printed aboard their steamships and ocean liners from 1911-1955. Our collection focuses on service between British Ports and South & East African Ports.
Cover Images pertaining to the White Star Line, published and printed aboard their transatlantic liners from 1896-1939. Our collection focuses on service between the US / Canadian Ports and European Ports.