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[[start of page]] LIST OF PASSENGERS New York to Kingston, Ja. B. W. I. MR. E. A. CHAPIN WASHINGTON, D.C. MR. & MRS. A.V. COOK MORRISTOWN, N.J. MISS L.V. DaCOSTA KINGSTON, JA. MISS FOWENA FOWLES RENO, NEVADA MISS ALBERTHA FRANCIS ST. ANDREW, JA. MISS JOYCE GRIERSON KINGSTON, JA. MR. T.W. HALL TORONTO, ONT. MR. & MRS. M.C. HANDAL & 4 children KINGSTON, JA. MISS LUCILE HOSACK CROSS ROADS, JA. MR. T.W. NEWCOMB LONG BRANCH, N.J. MRS. I.M. OAKLEY NEW YORK CITY MR. VINCENT PELLEGRINO " " " MRS. M.N. REED " " " HON. & MRS. J.A. SANDERS RENO, NEVADA MRS. P.P. SEAGRAM TORONTO, ONT. MRS. L.E. SOWLEY BROOKLYN, N.Y. New York to Cristobal, C. Z. LIEUT V. L. BIGSBY, U.S.N.R. MALVERN, PENNA. MR. SPENCER BURNHAM CHICAGO, ILL. MR. ALFRED GILMAN BRONX, N.Y. MR. MURRAY HERTZ BROOKLYN, N.Y. MR. GUSTAV A. HOLMSTROM BRONX, N.Y. MRS. G.E. JACOBS FORT CLAYTON, C.Z. LIEUT. J.Y. MILLER, U.S.N. CHELSEA, MASS. MR. JOS. RIZZO BELLROSE, L.I. MR. LAWRENCE SCACCHETTI UNION CITY, N.J. MR. LOUIS SEGAL BROOKLYN, N.Y. COMDR. & MRS. H.T. SETTLE, U.S.N. LOUISVILLE, KY. MR. H.T. SETTLE, JR. " " MISS MARY E. SETTLE " " MRS. J.W. STEWART McLEAN, VA. MR. M.M. TATZ BROOKLYN, N.Y. MR. G.F. WEIS NEW YORK CITY New York to Port Limon, C. R. MR. H.M. LARRABEE FOREST, IDAHO MR. AGUSTIN MEMBRENO, P. SAN JOSE, C.R. MR. & MRS. F.W. OWENS ABILENE, KANSAS MR. & MRS. VICTOR QUEZADA HILLSDALE, N.J. MR. & MRS. RICARDO SOLANO, S. SAN JOSE, C.R. MRS. AMALIA TREJOS " " " MRS. M.L. MORENO de VILLALTA NEW YORK CITY New York to Puerto Barrios, Guatemala MISS ALICE HANCHETT DETROIT, MICH. MISS ESTHER LANG " " MISS MARGUERITE YEAMAN BROOKLYN, N.Y. [[end of page]]
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