SS Minnesota Passenger List - 20 August 1927

Front Cover, Passenger List, SS Minnesota, Atlantic Transport Line, August 1927

Front Cover of a Passenger list for the SS Minnesota of the Atlantic Transport Line, Departing 20 August 1927 from London to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain W. F. Pollard, D.S.O., R.D. GGA Image ID # 1734100f25


Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander : W. F. Pollard, D.S.O., R.D. (Capt. R.N.R.)
  • Chief Engineer: A. Laverock
  • Surgeon: Michael Bulger, M.A., M.D
  • Purser: H. W. Lagden
  • Assistant Purser : E. Cordery
  • Chief Steward: W. Simkin


List of Passengers

  1. Mr. A. Adams
  2. Mr. G. Allen
  3. Mrs. G. Allen
  4. Miss R. Allen
  5. Mr. D. Autilio
  6. Mrs. A. Autilio
  7. Mr. C. Ayer
  8. Miss H. Babson
  9. Mr. G. Baechli
  10. Mrs. A. Bagby
  11. Miss A. Bagby
  12. Mr. W. Bailey
  13. Mrs. K. Baldwin
  14. Miss M. Baker
  15. Mrs. E. Bangs
  16. Miss H. Bardes
  17. Mrs. D. Barkington
  18. Mr. M. Bartels
  19. Miss M. Bartram
  20. Mrs. T. S. Battenfield
  21. Miss R. Baylies
  22. Miss E. Bax
  23. Miss R. Belsterling
  24. Miss S. Bent
  25. Mrs. G. Bent
  26. Mrs. A. Berkowitz
  27. Miss B. Berkowitz
  28. Miss M. Bevin
  29. Mr. L. Bevans
  30. Mrs. L. Bevans
  31. Miss R. Biddle
  32. Mrs. C. Billingsted
  33. Miss C. Billingsted
  34. Miss S. Billingsted
  35. Miss E. Billingsted
  36. Miss M. Block
  37. Rev. J. Bowrnan
  38. Mrs. A. Bowman
  39. Mrs. G. C. Boyce
  40. Miss E. Bragg
  41. Miss E. Brandad
  42. Dr. (Miss) G. Brigham
  43. Miss E. Briley
  44. Mrs. F. Britten
  45. Mrs. T. Brooke
  46. Mr. M. Brosnan
  47. Miss F. Brown
  48. Miss E. Brubaker
  49. Miss N. Bump
  50. Mr. H R. Burch
  51. Miss P. Burden
  52. Miss M. Burgess
  53. Miss K. Burke
  54. Mr. H. Butler
  55. Miss M. Coleman
  56. Mr. F. Colville
  57. Mrs. E. Cohen
  58. Mrs. Collon
  59. Miss M. Conover
  60. Mr. F. Cooley
  61. Mrs. F. Cooley
  62. Miss I. Corbin
  63. Miss F. Cowles
  64. Mr. W. Coughlin
  65. Mrs. L. Coughlin
  66. Mrs. S. Cowlrick
  67. Miss Cramer
  68. Mrs. R. Cummins
  69. Miss E. Currey
  70. Miss F. C. Cusack
  71. Mr. G. Cushman
  72. Miss E. Cushman
  73. Miss H. Campbell
  74. Miss M. Campbell
  75. Mrs. L. Casey
  76. Miss M. Casey
  77. Mr. P. Catalano
  78. Miss M. J. Caughey
  79. Miss M. Caughey
  80. Mrs. L. Chase
  81. Miss M. Chase
  82. Mrs. M. Chesterhouse
  83. Miss M. Clark
  84. Miss S. Clark
  85. Mr. D. Cleage
  86. Mr. M. Cleghorn
  87. Mrs. W. Cleghorn
  88. Miss F. Colbourne
  89. Miss I. M. Daly
  90. Mr. O. Davis
  91. Miss E. E. Davis
  92. Mr. U. P. Davis
  93. Mrs. C. Davis
  94. Mr. W. Dawson
  95. Miss G. Dill
  96. Miss Dodge
  97. Miss J. Doroff
  98. Miss Doolittle
  99. Miss M. Dow
  100. Miss F. DuBois
  101. Miss H. M. Dudley
  102. Miss E. Duggan
  103. Mr. A. Egli
  104. Mr. E. Egli
  105. Mrs. M. Elwin
  106. Master J. Elwin
  107. Mrs. C. Evans
  108. Miss M. Evans
  109. Miss H. Fall
  110. Miss M. Faulder
  111. Miss H. Fish
  112. Miss H. Fisher
  113. Mrs. M Fischer
  114. Miss O. Fletcher
  115. Miss L. Foehrenbach
  116. Miss E. Folcus
  117. Miss L. Forrest
  118. Mr. J. A. Fortune
  119. Miss H. Freedman
  120. Dr. F. Freemont-Smith
  121. Mrs. F. Freemont-Smith
  122. Master P. Freemont-Smith
  123. Master K. Freemont-Smith
  124. Mr. A. Frieze
  125. Miss K. Fulton
  126. Mr. G. A. Gallinen
  127. Mrs. Gallinen
  128. Miss R. Gatch
  129. Dr. R. Gibson
  130. Mrs. E. Gibson
  131. Miss H. Gilbert
  132. Mr. G. E. Gilchrist
  133. Mme. M. Giles
  134. Miss M. Gill
  135. Miss G. Gill
  136. Miss R. Gillan
  137. Mr. C. Gleason
  138. Mr. W. Goodell
  139. Miss M. Gordon
  140. Miss E. Gouplil
  141. Mr. A. Gray
  142. Mrs. Gray
  143. Miss H. Gray
  144. Mrs. M. Gray
  145. Miss M. Gray
  146. Mr. B. Green
  147. Miss L. S. Green
  148. Miss M. Griggs
  149. Miss K. Gruener
  150. Mr. C. Hale
  151. Miss M. A. Hales
  152. Miss M. Hales
  153. Mr. G. Handals
  154. Mr. H. Harris
  155. Mrs. R. Harris
  156. Miss MHarris
  157. Mr. R. Harris
  158. Miss B. Harris
  159. Miss D. Hartwell
  160. Miss L. Havlock
  161. Mr. W. A. Hawley
  162. Miss E. B. Hay
  163. Miss V. Heard
  164. Mrs. S. Herisse
  165. Miss H. J. Hellman
  166. Miss M. Herron
  167. Mrs. R. Hicks;
  168. Mrs. M. Hillebrand
  169. Miss H. J. Hillman
  170. Mrs. M. Hodges
  171. Mr. P. Hoetjes
  172. Mrs. M. Hoetjes
  173. Miss R. Hoffman
  174. Mr. G. Howard
  175. Miss S. Howell
  176. Mr. J. Hughes
  177. Miss A. Hughes
  178. Miss R. Hughes
  179. Mrs. C. Hunt
  180. Miss P. Hunt
  181. Mrs. I. Humphrey
  182. Miss L. Humphrey
  183. Mrs. M. Huppertz
  184. Mr. W. James
  185. Mrs. H. James
  186. Miss L. James
  187. Mr. J. Janney
  188. Mrs. J. Jardine
  189. Mr. C. Johns
  190. Miss L. Johnson
  191. Miss C. Jones
  192. Miss D. Jones
  193. Miss H. Jones
  194. Miss M. Joyce
  195. Miss C. Keen
  196. Mrs. J. Kennedy
  197. Miss F. Kennedy
  198. Mr. J. King
  199. Miss H. Kohn
  200. Miss G. Kolkebeck
  201. Mrs. E. M. Kotz
  202. Mrs. E. Kraus
  203. Mr. T. Krotosky
  204. Miss D. Lamb
  205. Miss M. Lambkin
  206. Miss J. Langhetee
  207. Mr. Latimer
  208. Mr. G. Lauffner
  209. Mrs. N. Lauffner
  210. Mr. L. Laughlin
  211. Mrs. Laughlin
  212. Mr. R. M La Vie
  213. Miss B. Law
  214. Miss L. Leak
  215. Miss E. Leary
  216. Mr. G. Lesline
  217. Miss F. Lewis
  218. Miss V. Lincoln
  219. Mr. F. Litt
  220. Mrs: J. Litt
  221. Miss A. Loader
  222. Miss B. Lloyd
  223. Miss J. Loomis
  224. Mr. J. Loutet
  225. Mrs. E. Loutet
  226. Miss M. Loutet
  227. Mr. T. Lucas
  228. Mr. T. Lykes
  229. Miss A. Lyon
  230. Mr. J. Magee
  231. Mr. J. D. Magree
  232. Mrs. L. B. Mallory
  233. Miss B. Mallory
  234. Mrs. F. Marcotte
  235. Miss F.. A. Marcotte
  236. Miss Q. C. Mario
  237. Miss J. Mat Wis
  238. Mr. E. A. Marshall
  239. Mrs. R. Marshall
  240. Prof. D. Mason
  241. Mrs. L. Mason
  242. Miss McNiece
  243. Mr. D. Merrell
  244. Mrs. L. Merrell
  245. Miss M. Messner
  246. Miss Meyer
  247. Miss M. Milholland
  248. Mrs. M. Mitchell
  249. Mrs. A. Morgan
  250. Miss M. Morgan
  251. Mr. W. Morris
  252. Miss S. Morris
  253. Miss B. Morris
  254. Mrs. H. Mosby
  255. Mr. W. H. Moyle
  256. Mrs. M. Moyle
  257. Mr. M. Mulligan
  258. Mrs. J. Mulligan
  259. Miss M. Munn
  260. Mr. S. Newman
  261. Mrs. B. Newman
  262. Miss E. Newman
  263. Miss R. Newman
  264. Miss H. Nicholas
  265. Miss A. Norton
  266. Mr. W. Pagdin
  267. Mrs. R. Paine
  268. Miss M. Patton
  269. Miss H. Patter
  270. Mr. C. Pederson
  271. Mrs. E. Pederson
  272. Master H. Pederson
  273. Miss F. Pederson
  274. Miss M. Perry
  275. Mr. W. Perrott
  276. Mrs. W. Perrott
  277. Miss E. Perrott
  278. Mr. H. Peterson
  279. Miss P. Pickens
  280. Miss G. Pigman
  281. Miss M. Pigman
  282. Mr. L. H. Pink
  283. Mrs. L. Pink
  284. Miss L. Pink
  285. Mr. H. Powell and Valet
  286. Mrs. B. Premmac
  287. Mrs. Prime
  288. Mrs. D. Pritchard
  289. Miss I. Randall
  290. Miss H. Spark
  291. Miss H. Roberts
  292. Mrs. A. Spencer
  293. Miss G. Roberts
  294. Miss B. Spencer
  295. Mr. D. Rosenberg
  296. Master L. Spencer
  297. Miss L. Rosenfeld
  298. Master R. Spencer
  299. Miss E. Reed
  300. Miss B. Squire
  301. Miss M. Reed
  302. Miss A. Staniforth
  303. Mr. F. Rehman
  304. Mrs. W. Stapler
  305. Mrs. V. Rehman
  306. Mrs. F. Starbuck
  307. Miss H. Russell
  308. Mr. D. Stout
  309. Miss J. Sunderland
  310. Miss M. Sullivan
  311. Miss M. Safford
  312. Mrs. S. Sault
  313. Miss B. Sawyer
  314. Mrs. O. Schiffer
  315. Miss Schmale
  316. Mrs. M. Schuller
  317. Miss M. Schuller
  318. Master F. Schuller
  319. Master R. Schuller
  320. Mr. R. Scott
  321. Mrs. M. Scott
  322. Miss J. Scott
  323. Master W. Scott
  324. Miss K. Scott
  325. Miss M. Shea
  326. Mrs. E. Shew
  327. Mrs. M. Simdean
  328. Mrs. I. Sloan
  329. Mr. A. Smink
  330. Miss M. Smink
  331. Mrs. S. Smink
  332. Miss J. Smith
  333. Miss R. Smith
  334. Mr. F. Taylor
  335. Mrs. M. Taylor
  336. Miss M. L. Taylor
  337. Miss L. Temple
  338. Major C. Thiele
  339. Mrs. E. Thiele
  340. Mr. H. Thomas
  341. Mr. W. Thompson
  342. Mrs. M. Thompson
  343. Mrs. L. Thompson
  344. Miss L. Thompson
  345. Mr. G. Thomson
  346. Miss O. Thorne
  347. Miss A. Travess
  348. Miss M. Traylor
  349. Miss A. Turcotte
  350. Mr. M. Underhill
  351. Miss H. Van Alstine
  352. Miss A. Van De Voort
  353. Miss L. Van Praag
  354. Miss R. Vapalecky
  355. Miss E. Vilison
  356. Miss K. Voute
  357. Miss G. Walker
  358. Mr. W. Walthall
  359. Mr. H. Wakefield-Smith
  360. Mrs. M. Wakefield-Smith
  361. Mr. L. Wason
  362. Mrs. H. Wason
  363. Miss B. Warder
  364. Mrs. P. Walker
  365. Miss R. Walker
  366. Miss B. Warder
  367. Miss F. Warren
  368. Mrs. C. Watson
  369. Mr. J. Welch
  370. Miss Welch
  371. Mrs. C. White
  372. Miss M. White
  373. Rev. P. Whitmer
  374. Miss H. Wilder
  375. Miss E. Wiley
  376. Miss. J. Wilson
  377. Miss M. Wilson
  378. Miss A. Wilson
  379. Miss E. Winnood
  380. Mr. R. Wirth
  381. Mrs. D. Wirth
  382. Master W. Wirth
  383. Mr. M. Wood
  384. Mr. C. Wright
  385. Dr. C. Wright
  386. Mr. E. Wyatt
  387. Miss M. York

Information for Passengers

  • Breakfast at 7.30 am and 8.30 a.m
  • Lunch at 12 noon and 1:00 pm
  • Dinner at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm

Divine Service will be held on Sundays at 11:00 am

Smoking.—Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in either the Dining Saloon or in the Reading and Writing Room.

Seats at Table.—Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply to the Second Steward.

Upper Berths.—Passengers occupying upper berths can obtain steps for getting in or out on applying to the Steward or Stewardess.

Medical Attendance. The Surgeon is Authorised To Make Customary Charges, Subject in Each Case To The Approval of The Commander, for Treating Passengers at Their Request for Any Illness Not Originating On The Voyage. in The Case of Sickness Originating On The Voyage No Charge WILL Be MADE, and MEDICINE WILL Be PROVIDED Free in ALL CIRCUMSTANCES.

The Purser's Office is situated on Deck B, where Letters, Cables, Telegrams and Marconigrams are received or delivered, and Postage Stamps can be purchased. None of the ship's stall other than those on duty in the Purser's Office are authorized to accept Letters or Telegrams for despatch.

Charges Collected on Board. Passengers are requested to ask for a Receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair or Steamer Rug Hire, charges collected for Marconigrams Cablegrams or Telegrams or Freight paid on board.

Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs can be hired on application to the Deck Steward, at a charge of $1 each for the voyage

Valuables. For the convenience of Passengers, the Line has provided in the Purser's office a safe in which money, jewels, ornaments, documents or other valuables may be deposited by Passengers. A receipt for any articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser, but the Line does not, having regard to the ticket conditions and to the provisions of Section 502 of the Merchant Shipping Act, 1891, and of Section 4281 of the Revised Statutes of the United States, accept any responsibility for the safe custody of any such articles. Passengers are accordingly advised to protect themselves by insurance.

Exchange of Money. The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of Passengers, to exchange a limited amount of English and American money at rates which will be advised on application.

Baggage. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship's Baggage Master.

Wardrobe Trunks. Passengers are advised that it is not Always possible to arrange for the placing of Wardrobe Trunks in the passenger accommodation in a position where they are easily accessible, also that there is frequently difficulty with regard to the landing of such packages owing to their exceptional size. They are therefore recommended to use steamer trunks in preference.

Baggage Room. For Passengers' special convenience all heavy baggage not placed into state rooms is stored in the baggage room, where it is available to the owner twice daily at hours as stated on the ship's notice board.

Dogs. Passengers are notified that dogs should be handed over to the care of the live-stock attendant, and cannot be landed in Great Britain unless a license has previously been procured from the Board of Agriculture, London. Forms of license must be obtained by direct application to the Department before the dog is taken on board.

Travellers' Cheques. I. M. M. Company's Travellers Cheques payable in all parts of Europe can be purchased at all the principal offices of the Atlantic Transport Line. These Cheques in small denominations are accepted on board Atlantic Transport steamers in part payment of accounts, but the Pursers have not sufficient funds to enable them to cash these or any other Cheques.


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