SS Missanabie Archival Collection


Missanabie (1914) Canadian Pacific Line.

Built by Barclay, Curie & Co., Glasgow, Scotland. Tonnage: 12,469. Dimensions: 500' x 64'. Propulsion: Twin-screw, 15 1/2 knots. Quadruple expansion engines. Masts and Funnels: Two masts and two funnels. Passengers: 520 cabin, 1,200 third class. Maiden voyage: Liverpool-Quebec-Montreal, October 2, 1914. Fate: Torpedoed and sunk 52 miles from Daunts Rock (Cobh) on September 9, 1918, with the loss of 45 lives. Sister ship: Metagama. Note: First Canadian Pacific liners designed as a “cabin class” ship.


Inspection Card for Immigrant to Canada - 1915

1915-03-13 Canadian Immigrant Inspection Card - SS Missanabie

Canadian Immigrant Inspection Card issued to a Steerage Passenger on board the Canadian Pacific steamship SS Missanabie departing from Liverpool 13 March 1915. This represents a very rare immigrant document from a ship in service less than four years.


Front Cover, Distinguished Liners from The Shipbuilder - 1906-1914, Volume 1.


Distinguished Liners from The Shipbuilder - 1906-1914 Volume 1

An authentic replication to the smallest detail of the best of The Shipbuilder magazine, 1906-1914, including articles on the Titanic, Olympic, Lusitania, Mauretania, and more. This encyclopedic collection contains original text, photographs, and advertisements, as well as 22 fold-out blueprint plans, five color plates, a two-color Titanic cutaway folding advertisement and even two facsimile subscription forms.


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