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Minnetonka, the Atlantic Transport Line New York to Europe Feb 2, 1929From the "New York Times" dated 2/2/1929, on page 17
AMES Edgar, Mrs.
COMEGYS Z. M., Miss
DOWNING W. R., Mrs.
EMERSON Haven, Dr.
FANS Lucile, Mrs. [*]
HUDSON Daird, Mrs.
LOVEY M. B., Miss
MCMILLAN H. G.
MEYER H., Miss
OZIAS J. H., Dr.
PARSONS Mary, Miss
PEABODY S. B. G., Mrs.
PERKINS W., Mrs.
SALT Thomas, Mrs.
SAUDS Emory, Mrs.
SEABAUGH M., Miss
STRAUS Robert K.
WATSON George H.
WILLIAMS H. E., Miss
WILLIAMS Roger, Capt
WILLIAMS Roger, Mrs.
[*] Diane's Note: The last letter in the name of "Fans" is the closest I could "guess" at the name, since the last letter was just a black spot or dot-not readable (either a "s" or a "e" or a "a"), but the rest of the last name was definitely "Fan"
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