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Title Passenger List for Allan Line Ship Tunisian and Publicity Brochure for Allan Line
Date Jan 1910; 1913
Document Type Pamphlet
Reference DX/1910
Library / Archive National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library
Collection Name Records Regarding Emigrant Traffic
Description Passenger list for saloon and second class passengers for Allan Line ship Tunisian sailing from St John and Halifax to Liverpool. Also includes a publicity brochure, advertising various Allan Line ships.
Theme(s) Ships and Shipping Lines
Country (from) Great Britain; Canada; United States of America of America
Country (to) Canada; United States of America; Great Britain
Places St. John, Newfoundland, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Liverpool, England
Ships Scandanavian; Victorian; Virginian; Corsican; Grampian; Hesperian; Tunisian; Scotian; Ionian; Pretorian; Sicilian; Corinthian; Parisian; Mongolian; Numidian; Hungarian; Carthagian; Sardinian; Ontarian; Pomerian; Livorian; Orcadian; Mersey; Calgarian; Alsatian
Keywords ship, shipping, passenger list, journey conditions, technology, Allan Line, map, steamship, mail, accommodation, provisions, advertisement
Language English
Document(s) linked to Captain Dutton Letters
Sailing Bill of Allan Line Royal Mail Steamers
Allan Line Poster
Leather Bound Notebook Listing Allan Line Sailing Ships
Passenger List for RMS Victorian and Log for RMS Grampian
Brochure for the Allan Line with Interior Photographs
Allan Line Pamphlet with Letters from Successful Emigrants in Canada
Allan Line Poster Advertising Transport from Liverpool to Quebec and Montreal
Voyage Ephemera Regarding Passenger Thomas Harper Sleigh who travelled from Liverpool to New York, Montreal, Halifax and Quebec between 1902-1905
Original Photographs Taken in the Mersey of Various Ships
Steel Engraved Trade Cards from the Sample Book of Printers Waterlow and Allan Line
Letter Written by an Unnamed Female Passenger on board the ship Victorian
Copyright National Museums Liverpool: Maritime Archives & Library