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"Red Star Line" List Of Passengers - "S.S. Westernland" - 1931

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The Red Star Line was an ocean passenger line founded in 1871 as a joint venture between the International Navigation Company of Philadelphia which also ran the American Line and the Societe Anonyme de Navigation Belgo-Americaine of Antwerp, Belgium. The company's main ports of call were Antwerp in Belgium, Liverpool and Southhampton in the United Kingdom and New York City and Philadelphia in the United States. The company operated until 1935 when, due to the economic depression they ceased trading and its assets were eventually sold to the Holland-America Line. This is a original List of Passengers and guide book to traveling on the S.S. Westernland on its voyage from New York to Plymouth, Cherbourg and Antwerp in March of 1931. It consists of General information for passengers and a list of all the passengers which were aboard during this trip. The book was meant for meeting people on this voyage and gaining there initials and autographs as keepsakes. The book is in excellent condition with no loose pages. A great piece of history!

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