|Title||Envelope: Passage Ticket, United States Lines, S.S. Republic, Miss H. Cahill, Sailing July 3, 1926 from Hoboken.|
|Collection||Hoboken Transportation Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Envelope: Passage Ticket, United States Lines, S.S. Republic, Miss H. Cahill, Sailing July 3, 1926 from Hoboken. Printed coverweight paper, 4-1/2" high x 9-1/2" wide; left side opening, notched. Ticket is not present.
Printed both sides (front in blue; back in red); typewritten entries for vessel, date, time and passenger name. United States Lines headquarters were in New York City at this time, but its American home port for passenger ships was Hoboken. Directions to the Hoboken piers is on the back of the sleeve.
Front of envelope:
[logo] United States Lines
45 Broadway, New York
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY THE CONDITIONS ON THE ENCLOSED TICKET
SailingJULY THIRD, 1926 at 5.00 P. M.
Miss H. CAHILL
Passengers are requested to claim their baggage from the Baggage Master on the pier before embarking. We recommend that passengers arrive two hours before sailing time.
Text on back of envelope:
Steamers sail from Piers 3 and 4, Hoboken, N. J.
HOW TO REACH OUR PIERS FROM NEW YORK
By ferry from West Twenty-third Street, foot of Barclay or Christopher Streets, to Lackawanna Station, Hoboken, N.J.
By Hudson Tubes at either 33rd Street and 6th Avenue, Cortlandt Street or intermediate stations. Get off at Lackawanna Station Hoboken, N. J. (last stop).
The United States Lines piers are only five minutes walk North from the Lackawanna Station.
Cahill, Miss H.
|Year Range from||1926|
|Year Range to||1926|
United States Lines
Hudson & Manhattan Railroad
|Caption||front and back|
Business & Commerce