S. S. Mongolia 1926 Souvenir Passenger List (New York to San Francisco)
Passengers in the First Cabin, S. S. Mongolia, Twin-Screw, 26,700 Tons Displacement. From New York, Thursday, July 15th, 1926. To San Diego, Los Angeles Harbor and San Francisco, California, Via Havana, Cuba and Panama Canal. Panama Pacific Line. [This booklet was distributed to actual passengers. It may not be as accurate as the passenger manifest]
Names in this online transcription include Adams, Ahern, Allen, Ambrose, Baldridge, Baldwin, Barber, Blackmar, Bowers, Boylan, Brady, Branagan, Breckenridge, Broberg, Brounson, Brower, Brown, Candy, Carrillo, Cassidy, Clarke, Daughtrey, Davenport, Dean, Deardorff, Doane, Downton, Drier, Elmore, Feldhusen, Fitzgerald, Frechette, Geraghty, Gerdes, Gingrich, Godwin, Gransky, Guercio, Hall, Hanson, Harding, Harvey, Hearn, Hecht, Heffren, Heideman, Herring, Hoffstetler, Holland, Hoyt, Huggard, Huttenlacher, Johnson, Jones, Judge, Kimbrig, Kolodney, Korn, Kramer, Lahey, Lane, Lange, Larson, Lenzen, Lobsenz, Marsh, McCallay, McGraw, McLean, McLenegan, Mellen, Meusch, Monroe, Montague, Murray, Nathan, Nay, Nessler, Payne, Polsenski, Powell, Prince, Ranken, Raymond, Recker, Reid, Rice, Riddle, Riethger, Riker, Ripsom, Roberts, Rose, Rosenfeld, Rosenmeyer, Roumiguiere, Scharf, Scholl, Schott, Schuster, Scouler, Shelton, Simon, Stephenson, Strand, Stuart, Swan, Thomas, Tieff, Trapp, Turner, Willis, Woerner.
Labels: New York, Immigration & Passenger Lists
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