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American Merchant Lines Passenger Lists 1928-1936

Passenger Lists of the American Merchant Lines

As a Division of the United States Lines, American Merchant Lines operated transatlantic services between the ports of New York, Plymouth, and London.

They uniquely named their vessels -- all starting with the word "American" followed by other common merchant terms including Banker, Farmer, Merchant, Shipper, and Trader.

Passenger Lists for American Merchant Lines

1928-08-23 Passenger List for SS American Merchant

1928-08-23 SS American Merchant Passenger List

  • Class of Passengers: One
  • Date of Departure: 23 August 1928
  • Route: New York to London
  • Commander: Captain not Disclosed
1929-04-18 Passenger List for SS American Trader

1929-04-18 SS American Trader Passenger List

  • Class of Passengers: One
  • Date of Departure: 18 April 1929
  • Route: New York to London
  • Commander: Captain not Disclosed
1929-05-17 Passenger List for SS American Shipper

1929-05-17 SS American Shipper Passenger List

  • Class of Passengers: One
  • Date of Departure: 17 May 1929
  • Route: London to New York
  • Commander: Captain not Disclosed
  • Other: Maiden Voyage
Front Cover, Passenger List, SS American Farmer, American Merchant Lines, June 1934, London to New York

1934-06-22 SS American Farmer Passenger List

  • Class of Passengers: One
  • Date of Departure: 22 June 1934
  • Route: London for New York
  • Commander: Captain H. A. Pedersen, U.S.N.R
1936-06-26 Passenger List for SS American Trader

1936-06-26 SS American Trader Passenger List

  • Class of Passengers: One
  • Date of Departure: 26 June 1936
  • Route: London to New York via Boston
  • Commander: Captain Harold Milde, U.S.N.R

 

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