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Canadian Immigration Identification Card - Third Class Passenger -1939

Canadian Immigration Identification Card - Third Class Passenger -1939 - Front Side

An example of a Third Class passengers' Immigration Identification Card for Canadian Immigrant Rose McMahon on board the Duchess of York of the Canadian Pacific Line. Stamped by Immigration Office 22 September 1939. Card provided information such as Name of Passenger, Steamship Name, Manifest No where individual appeared on and inspection stamp.

(Third Class)

Immigration Identification Card

This Card Must Be Shown To The Examining Officer At Port Of Arrival

Name of Passenger : McMAHON, Rose

Name of Ship : Duchess of York

Name appears on Return, sheet 35 line 2

Medical Examination Stamp : None

Civil Examination Stamp : Dominion Government Quebec Immigration Office 22 September 1939 U.A.L.

Canadian Immigration Identification Card - Third Class Passenger -1939 - Back Side

Back side of Immigration Identification Card

This Card should be kept carefully. It should be shown to government officials whenever required.

Translated into French (Français), Czechoslovak, Russian, ??, German, Dutch, Magyar, Swedish, Polish, Italian and Arabic.

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