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Third Class, Ticket Offices, and Tickets - What to Know About Ocean Travel - 1924


Our lines have introduced notable comforts in third class. The open steerage has been replaced by enclosed rooms for two, four and six people. Some new steamers were built specially to carry only third class.

Third class now has its public rooms, including lounge and smoking room. The Belgenland has also a third class verandah cafe. Cooking is good and suited to different nationalities, including special cooking for Jewish passengers. Stewards speak several languages and every steamer carries an intetpreter. Ample deck space is provided.

Cost of passage is moderate. Through bookings may be made over connecting railroads to any point in Europe from any point in the United States or Canada, or vice versa. Water connections are made at Southampton for Scandinavian countries and Baltic ports.

The company maintains large hotels for third class passengers at Cherbourg, Antwerp, Southampton and Liverpool. A strong organization in Europe, with representatives in all towns of importance, enables the lines issuing this book to offer the best facilities for the prompt forwarding of third class travelers from inland European points. Special attention is given to forwarding the holders of prepaid tickets bought in America. (See also "Tickets,").


Ticket offices of the American, Atlantic Transport, Leyland, Panama Pacific, Red Star, White Star and White Star-Dominion Lines:

Ticket Offices in the United States and Canada
City Address
New York 1 Broadway
Atlanta Poplar and Forsyth Sts.
Baltimore 308 N. Charles Street
Boston 84 State Street
Calgary, Alta Land Building
Chicago 127 S. State Street
Cleveland, 0H Swetland Bldg., Euclid Avenue
Dallas Cotton Exchange Building
Detroit Majestic Building
Galveston Cotton Exchange Building
Halifax 93 Hollis Street
Houston Hermann Building
Los Angeles Fifth and Spring Streets
Minneapolis 121 S. Third Street
Mobile Water and St. Francis Street
Montreal McGill Building
Norfolk Flat Iron Building
New Orleans 219 St. Charles Stteet
Philadelphia 1319 Walnut Street
Pittsburgh 338 Sixth Avenue
Portland, ME 1 India Street
Quebec 53 Dalhousie Street
St. John, N. B. 108 Prince William Street
St. Louis 1101 Locust Street
San Francisco 550 Market Street
Seattle 619 Second Avenue
Toronto 41 King Street, East
Washington 1208 F. Street, N.W.
Winnipeg 286 Main Street


Steamship Agents In Europe - Principal offices and agencies:
City Agency and Address
Antwerp 22 Rue des Peignes;
F. Van den Abeele, 19 Rue des Tanneurs
Basle Kaiser & Co.. 58 Elizabethenstrasse,
J. I. Oberstes & Co., 28 Heschengraben and 11 Centralbahnplatz
Belfast Whiting & Tedford, 31-33 Victoria St.
Belgrade 95 Karagiovgieva Ulica,
3 Nemanjina Ulica
Berlin Al. Peters, 14 Untet den Linden, 24 Georgenstrasse
Brussels V Bull, 26 Place de Brouckère
Bucharest N. Bruck & Co., 12 Str. Satindar.
1 Str. S. F. Vineri
Budapest A. Grilbits, VII Barosstet, 15
Cherbourg A. Lanièce & Fits, 32 Quai Alexandre III
Cobh (Queenstown) Scott & Son
Cologne H. Lindemann, 2 Domkloster
Danzig 31-32 Topfergasse
American Travel Office, 4 Melzergasse
Genoa 59 Guglielmo Sanplice
Hamburg 39 Alsterdamm
Falk & Co., 18 Glockengiesserwall
Libau American Travel Office, 11-13 Grossestrasse;
13 Rosenplatz
Liverpool 30, James Street
Ljubljana 41a Kolovorska Ulica
London 1 Cockspur St., S. W. 38 Leadenhall St., E. C. 3
Moscow 4 Teatralnaja Ploschad
Munich C Bierschenk, 8 Karlplatz
Naples 21 Piazza della Borsa
Paris American Travel and Transport Agency, 9 Rue Scribe
Petrograd Bergenske Baltic Transports Ltd.,
Wassiljewske Ostrow, 5th Line, No 2.
Plymouth Weeks, Phillips & Co., 10 Millbay Rd.
Prague L. Pacak, Spalena ul. c. 4 66 Vaclayske Namesti
Reval 9 Jaani Tanav
Riga 1 Grosse Sandstrasse,
American Travel Office, 1 Kaufstrasse
Rome French, Lemon & Co., Piazza di Spagna
Southampton Canute Road
Strasbourg A Schleiffer, 19 Rue Wimpfeling
Vienna 4 Karntnerring, I.
8 Wiedner Gurtel, IV.
Warsaw M G. Freudberg, 137 Marszalowska,
144 Marszalowska
Zagreb Trg. 1, br. 15


Tickets for ocean passage are issued when accommodations have been paid for in full. It is usually advisable to purchase return portion of ticket before sailing. Tickets are examined at pier before embarkation and are collected at sea.

If a ticket is lost before sailing report the loss to the office or agency through which it was purchased, or if lost on steamer, to purser.

Return Tickets may be purchased on the outward voyage from purser or passenger department representative on board.

Prepaid Tickets can be purchased at any company office in the United States or Canada and mailed to Europe. They are good for one year. A large and strong passenger organization in European countries enables the lines mentioned in this book to forward passengers traveling on prepaid tickets with all possible promptness. Parties are accompanied to the nearest seaport by special conductors employed by our lines. In cases where numbers warrant, special trains are provided. (See also "Ticket Offices").


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