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Click images with red borders to see interior pages from the corresponding document. 

Europe Sailings
no. 84
Mar 1, 1928
Europe Sailings
no. 99
Feb 20, 1931
Europe Sailings
no. 119
Sep 1, 1935
Europe Sailings
no. A19
1956 St. Lawrence Season
Orient Sailings
no. T P 40
Dec 1, 1931
Orient Sailings
no. T.P. 44
May 22, 1934
 

   
Montrose Passenger List
Liverpool to Quebec & Montreal
August 17, 1923
Montcalm Passenger List
St. John and Halifax to Glasgow, Belfast & Liverpool
March 18/19, 1932

 Duchess of Atholl   Passenger List
Mediterranean Cruise
March 29, 1934

   

Transatlantic, Transpacific, Canadian Australasian Line

     
"Tourist Class to Europe" 1937 "Australia, New Zealand, Honolulu-Fiji"
1927
     

Winter Cruises

 
"Africa / South America Cruise"
(Empress of Australia)
1936
"Empress of Britain World Cruise"
1936
"West Indies Cruises 1929-1930"
(Duchess of Bedford)
1929-1930
 

B.C. Coast, Great Lakes

 
"Alaska and the Yukon Princess Cruises"
1940
"Carefree Cruises on the Great Lakes"
1939
 

Montnairn
Breakfast Menu
1927
Montnairn
Luncheon Menu
1927
Montnairn
Dinner Menu (front)
1927
Montnairn
Dinner Menu (back)
1927
unknown B.C. coastal steamship
Luncheon Menu
late 1930s

The paraphernalia shown below is from an auction lot of Duchess of Atholl ephemera from a 1934 Mediterranean cruise.  When I began inspecting the seventy year old documents I was delighted to discover a personal story emerging from them.  

First I learned from the wine cards that these were the souvenirs of someone named H.R. Pullinger who was in cabin 414.  Then the passenger list revealed that this person was a man travelling with his wife and son.  Checking the names in the programme of entertainment and prize winners list, I discovered that the son's name Henry and that the entire family was very active in shipboard activities and, judging by the standings, quite proficient too! 

To see exactly where their cabin was located, check out the Duchess of York deck plans elsewhere on this page.  (Although the Duchesses all had identical layouts, the plans are from a transatlantic crossing which divided berths into different classes.  Canadian Pacific had only one class on its winter cruises by 1934.) 

Travel Arrangements

Declaration Form

Passenger List

Au Revoir Dinner Menu
Luncheon Menu

Breakfast Menu

Wine Card    

A baggage label and tag from this auction lot are included in the corresponding section of this page.

Sightseeing Arrangements booklet

Shore Excursion Notice

Programme of Entertainment

Sports Prize Winners booklet

 

    
circa 1930s   Tourist Class(?) circa 1950s
 
dated 1934   First Class circa 1950s

Canadian Pacific Cruises circa 1934

 

 

circa 1930s   Third Class, date unknown

     
circa 1930s
("WANTED" label dated 1938)
  Tourist Class circa 1950s
("WANTED" label is labelled "TOURIST" on reverse)

 

circa 1930s

 

First Class circa 1950s

 

Third Class circa 1930s

 

First Class Trans Pacific, date unknown

Canadian Pacific Cruises circa 1934

unknown purpose (included with 1934 cruise lot)

 

 

Alaska program 1930s

Deck Plans
Duchess of York (Transatlantic)
1936

luggage label envelope circa 1930s

Customs Declaration (Liverpool)
circa 1950s

Canadian Pacific Gazette
8-page shipside newspaper pre-printed in advance with one page left blank for previous day's telegraphed news stories to be dropped in by onboard printer

R.M.S. Duchess of Richmond westbound transatlantic
July 31, 1933
August 1, 1933
August 2, 1933  incomplete

R.M.S. Montclare eastbound transatlantic
July 8, 1933
July 9, 1933
July 10, 1933
July 12, 1933

     

 

 

   

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