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Polynesian Kapa (tapa), Alexander Turnbull
Polynesian Kapa (tapa) (bark cloth)
Polynesian Kapa (tapa), Alexander Turnbull
Polynesian Kapa (tapa)
Polynesian Kapa (tapa), Alexander Turnbull
Polynesian Tapa (kapa), Alexander Turnbull
Polynesian Ngatu (tapa cloth)
The "Oceanic". Pioneer steamer of the White Star Line

The "Oceanic". Pioneer steamer of the White Star Line

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Ismay. Exhibited 1983/ Steamships.

Polynesian Hiapo (tapa cloth)
Polynesian Hiapo (tapa cloth)
Polynesian Hiapo (tapa cloth)
Polynesian Masi (tapa cloth), Alexander Turnbull
Bark Cloth
map from "The Lifted and Subsided Rocks of America with their influences on the oceanic, atmospheric, and land currents, and the distribution of races"

map from "The Lifted and Subsided Rocks of America with their influenc...

This image has been taken from scan 000057 from "The Lifted and Subsided Rocks of America with their influences on the oceanic, atmospheric, and land currents, and the distribution of races". The title and subj... More

Village in Samoa
Residence of Robert Louis Stevenson
Village in Samoa
Residence of Robert Louis Stevenson
Five Samoans and Four Europeans
Zelie de Lussan in Colors of Oceanic Yacht Club, from the Yacht Colors of the World series (N140) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Polynesian Siapo (tapa cloth)
Zelie de Lussan in Colors of Oceanic Yacht Club, from the Yacht Colors of the World series (N140) issued by Duke Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Polynesian Tapa (bark cloth)
Tuimaleali’ifano Si’u & Robert Louis Stevenson, Samoa
Polynesian Tīvaevae  ta’ōrei (patch work quilt)
S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.
S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.
[S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.]
Oceanic Hotel and cottages, Star Island, Isles of Shoals, N.H.
[S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.]
S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.
S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.
Ocean liners: Str. Oceanic
[S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.]
S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.
[S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.]
The Harbor from Oceanic Hotel, Star Island, Isles of Shoals, N.H.
[San Francisco, S.S. Sierra, Oceanic S.S. Co.]
Polynesian Siapo (tapa cloth)
Polynesian Siapo mamanu (tapa cloth)
Boat landing at Oceanic, Isles of Shoals, N.H.

Boat landing at Oceanic, Isles of Shoals, N.H.

Title from item. No. 6355. Postcard sent by newspaper correspondent Edmund Noble to his daughter, Beatrice. Text reads: Hotel Wentworth, Portsmouth. Aug. 20, 1905. Dear Beatrice. Thank you for your letter and f... More

Docking a big liner, S.S. Oceanic
Docking a big liner, S.S. Oceanic
Polynesian Siapo (tapa cloth)
MAJ Joe Hampton and TSGT David Martin, both Air Force officers, stand beneath the Coast Guard emblem at the National Search and Rescue School, a joint Air Force and Coast Guard operation which teaches global search and rescue techniques. Hampton and Martin teach inland search and rescue, a complementary course to the Coast Guard subjects on coastal and oceanic search and implementation

MAJ Joe Hampton and TSGT David Martin, both Air Force officers, stand ...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Governors Island State: New York (NY) Country: United States Of America (USA) Scene Camera Operator: MSGT Bill Thompson Release Status: Released... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Next to them on a rock is an osprey eating a fish. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth. Nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The lagoon also has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America KSC-00pp0191

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Next to them on a rock is... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, teems with fish and draws white pelicans, gray pelicans, cormorants, sea gulls and one of several dolphins looking for a meal. The turn basin is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC00pp0198

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located eas...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, teems with fish and draws white pelicans, gray pelicans, cormorants, sea gull... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to the water near a dolphin and cormorant in the turn basin to search for a meal in the fish-teeming water. Sea gulls also approach. The turn basin, which is east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC00pp0196

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to the water near a dolphin and cormorant in the turn basin to search for a meal in the fish-teeming water. Sea gulls also approach. The turn ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looking for fish in the turn basin, which is located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. Dolphins inhabit the waters, known as the Indian River Lagoon, around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Indian River Lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC00pp0194

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looki...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looking for fish in the turn basin, which is located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. Dolphins inhabit the water... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth. Nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally KSC-00pp0190

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the wate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth. Nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally KSC00pp0190

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the wate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and white pelicans and cormorants, cover the water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. The basin is teeming with fish, attracting the crowd for a meal. The turn basin is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC00pp0197

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and w...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and white pelicans and cormorants, cover the water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. T... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to the water near a dolphin and cormorant in the turn basin to search for a meal in the fish-teeming water. Sea gulls also approach. The turn basin, which is east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC-00pp0196

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A gray and a white pelican glide down to the water near a dolphin and cormorant in the turn basin to search for a meal in the fish-teeming water. Sea gulls also approach. The turn ... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, teems with fish and draws white pelicans, gray pelicans, cormorants, sea gulls and one of several dolphins looking for a meal. The turn basin is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC-00pp0198

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located eas...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- The water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, teems with fish and draws white pelicans, gray pelicans, cormorants, sea gull... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looking for fish in the turn basin, which is located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. Dolphins inhabit the waters, known as the Indian River Lagoon, around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Indian River Lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC-00pp0194

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looki...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- A dolphin glides through the water looking for fish in the turn basin, which is located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. Dolphins inhabit the water... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and white pelicans and cormorants, cover the water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. The basin is teeming with fish, attracting the crowd for a meal. The turn basin is part of the Indian River Lagoon, composed of Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west. The lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America, plus many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish, shellfish and dolphins. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC-00pp0197

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and w...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- Hundreds of birds, especially gray and white pelicans and cormorants, cover the water in the turn basin, located east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway. T... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Indian River Lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC00pp0193

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the wate... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Next to them on a rock is an osprey eating a fish. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth. Nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the Lagoon seasonally. The lagoon also has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America KSC00pp0191

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Next to them on a rock is... More

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the waters around Kennedy Space Center, along with many different species of oceanic and lagoon fish and shellfish. Mosquito Lagoon to the north, Banana River and Creek to the south and the Indian River to the west make up a special type of estuary called a lagoon, a body of water separated from the ocean by barrier islands, with limited exchange with the ocean through inlets. The Indian River Lagoon has one of the most diverse bird populations anywhere in America. Also, nearly one-third of the nation's manatee population lives here or migrates through the lagoon seasonally. The lagoon varies in width from ½ mile to 5 miles and averages only 3 feet in depth KSC-00pp0193

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle As...

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FLA. -- In the turn basin east of the Vehicle Assembly Building and next to the crawlerway, a mother dolphin guides her baby through the water to search for food. Dolphins inhabit the wate... More

Jeff Johnston and Tane Casserly (center) members of the National Oceanic Atmosphere Administration (NOAA), and crewmembers aboard the USS GRAPPLE (ARS 53), watch dive operation on video monitors, onboard the ship. The Grapple is over the historical wreck of the USS Monitor, 17 miles off the coast of North Carolina, during the first phase of Monitor Expedition 2001

Jeff Johnston and Tane Casserly (center) members of the National Ocean...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Base: Uss Grapple (ASR 53) Country: Atlantic Ocean (AOC) Scene Camera Operator: PH2 Isaac Merriman Release Status: Released to Public Combined Military... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite during launch preparation at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.   NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Earth environmental observation satellite that will provide global data to NOAA's short- and long-range weather forecasting systems.  Launch of the NOAA-M aboard a Titan II rocket is scheduled for June 24, 2002, from VAFB KSC-02pd0997

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oce...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite during launch preparation at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Eart... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite is prepared for launch at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Earth environmental observation satellite that will provide global data to NOAA's short- and long-range weather forecasting systems.  Launch of the NOAA-M aboard a Titan II rocket is scheduled for June 24, 2002, from VAFB KSC-02pd1000

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space Nationa...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- The Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite is prepared for launch at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Eart... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite during launch preparation at Vandenberg AFB, Calif.   NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Earth environmental observation satellite that will provide global data to NOAA's short- and long-range weather forecasting systems.  Launch of the NOAA-M aboard a Titan II rocket is scheduled for June 24, 2002, from VAFB KSC-02pd0998

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oce...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. --Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite during launch preparation at Vandenberg AFB, Calif. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Eart... More

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- Workers at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., prepare the Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite forlaunch. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting Earth environmental observation satellite that will provide global data to NOAA's short- and long-range weather forecasting systems.  Launch of the NOAA-M aboard a Titan II rocket is scheduled for June 24, 2002, from VAFB KSC-02pd0999

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- Workers at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., prepare t...

VANDENBERG AFB, CALIF. -- Workers at Vandenberg AFB, Calif., prepare the Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's NOAA-M satellite forlaunch. NOAA-M is a polar-orbiting... More

Boulder, Colo. , February 24, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate shares a light moment with Helena Lindberg, Director-General of the Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, and Mikael Odenberg, President and CEO of Swedish National Grid. The meeting was part of a two-day workshop hosted at National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration offices in Boulder, Colo. , to examine transatlantic preparedness for geomagnetic storms, so-called 'space weather. ? FEMA/Jerry DeFelice

Boulder, Colo. , February 24, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate ...

The original database describes this as: Title: FEMA Administrator W. Craig Fugate at the Space Weather Predict Production Date: 02/24/2010 Caption: Boulder, Colo. , February 24, 2010 -- FEMA Administrator ... More

Tornado - Joplin, Mo. , May 26, 2011 -- U. S. Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute (left) tours tornado damage with Kathy Sullivan, Assistant Secretary of the Department oF commerce/National Oceanic and Atmosphere Administration, in a neighborhood near St. John's Regional Medical Center.

Tornado - Joplin, Mo. , May 26, 2011 -- U. S. Department of Homeland S...

The original database describes this as: Title: Government Officials Visit Joplin, Mo. Production Date: 05/26/2011 Caption: Joplin, Mo. , May 26, 2011 -- U. S. Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretar... More

U.S. Army Spc. Miguel Ruelas Trejo, 335th Transportation

U.S. Army Spc. Miguel Ruelas Trejo, 335th Transportation

U.S. Army Spc. Miguel Ruelas Trejo, 335th Transportation Detachment, 7th Transportation Brigade (Expeditionary) quartermaster, makes an announcement over the intercom to members aboard General Frank S. Besson-c... More

Hotspot Sites in the National Park System

Hotspot Sites in the National Park System

The landscapes of National Park System sites along hotspot tracks differ depending on if the plate riding over the hotspot is capped by thin oceanic or thick continental crust. Oceanic Hotspots: Sites in Hawaii... More

Fairchid Fuels Oregon ANG F-15

Fairchid Fuels Oregon ANG F-15

A U.S. Air National Guard F-15C Eagle from the 142nd Fighter Wing, connects with a U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker from the 92nd Air Refueling Wing during an air refueling training mission over Oregon, Nov. ... More

DAY'S DINNER [held by] THE OCEANIC [at] NH
Navesink [Village]; Parkerville [Village]; Shrewsbury Township Business Notices. ; Oceanic [Village]; Fair Haven [Village]
Monmouth County, Double Page Plate No. 31 [Map of Oceanic, Middle Town, Parkerville, Fair Haven, Parts of Middle Town and Eaton Town]
DINNER] [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
DINNER [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCH [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCHEON] [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
BREAKFAST] [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
BREAKFAST] [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] R.M.S. OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCHEON] [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] RED STAR LINE [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCHEON] [held by] RMS OCEANIC [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
DINER] [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] R.M.S. OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCHEON] [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] R.M.S. OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCH [held by] RMS OCIANIC [at] SS OCEANIC; (SS;)
LUNCH [held by] [RED STAR LINE] [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
LUNCH [held by] RED STAR LINE [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
DINNER [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] RED STAR LINE [at] RMS OCEANIC (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
LUNCHEON [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
DINNER [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
BREAKFAST [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
LUNCH [held by] R.M.S. OCEANIC [at] EN ROUTE (SS;)
LUNCHEON [held by] OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY [at] VENTURA (SS;)
DINNER [held by] OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY [at] EN ROUTE ABOARD SONOMA (SS;)
DINNER [held by] OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY [at] EN ROUTE - SONOMA (SS)
DINNER - SECOND CABIN [held by] OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY [at] EN ROUTE ABOARD SONOMA (SS;)
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