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    Posted 4 years ago

    fmarzec
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    I know this was a boarding pass for a bag, ready don't have much more imformation. I know it was the earlier 1900 The people name on the pass is kinda hard to read but it McLandsbourgh

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    1. packrat-place packrat-place, 4 years ago
      "The SS Bremen was built by F. Schichau of Danzig for the Norddeutscher-Lloyd line. She started her maiden voyage on 5 June 1897, traveling from Bremen to New York with a stopover at Southampton. In addition to the transatlantic run she also sailed from Bremen to Australia via the Suez Canal.
      On 20 April 1912, while sailing from Bremen to New York City, SS Bremen passed through the debris field left by the sinking of the RMS Titanic. Passengers and crew reported seeing hundreds of bodies floating in the water as well as many deck chairs and pieces of wood. Since there was already a ship specially chartered by White Star line to retrieve any bodies, the Bremen did not stop to recover any.
      She was scrapped in 1929."
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    2. jscott0363 jscott0363, 4 years ago
      What a treasure this is!! The first steamship boarding pass I've ever seen. Just wonderful!!

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