Box 1, Vol. 1, 1884-1887 None
Box 1, Vol. 2, 1886-1887
Pages 44 & 45, aboard the S.S. British Princess which arrived on June 6, 1887, JUDIS GERMUNSKY, female, age 19 years, from Lidda, Russia, destination Albany, HIAS furnished a prepaid ticket, going to join uncle JACOB GERMUNSKY, at 35 Maiden Lane. On page 229, item #36 (Illustration Department), "Miss JUDITH GERMUNSKY bound for Boston had to be furnished with a Rail Ticket for Albany N.Y. where her uncle Germunsky lives. But since the Emigrant Department of the P.R.R. has no connection with the N.Y. Albany Road, I had to furnish her with $2.00 and directed her to a N.Y. Agent who shall give her a R. Ticket to that place. On the following day the dispatch attached to this item, reached me, to which I gave the answer written on the other side of the Telegraph. This single case will explain to you the reason why I endeavor always, to transfer people bound to certain places, to other cities, an action which is looked on very unfavorable by the employees of the S. Ship and Railroad Companies."
Pages 54 & 55, aboard the S.S. British Princess which arrived on July 11, 1887, CHUNA GULDONSKY, male, age 27 years, from Lide, Gub. Wilna, Russia, vocation Carpenter, destination Boston Mass. HIAS provided a prepaid ticket and aid.
Pages 86 & 87, aboard the S.S. Lord Clive which arrived on
September 26, 1887, ABR. SUKALOVSKY, male, age 14 years, and ISIAH
male, age 20 years, both from Lidda, Russia, vocation of Isiah was
destination Pittsburg, PA, to CHUNA SUKALOVSKY, 88 Washington
HIAS provided a prepaid ticket to Isiah and aid to both.
Box 1, Vol. 3, 1887-1891
Page 64, aboard the S.S. Lord Gough which arrived on April 9, 1889, JACHE SCHLOSSBERG, female, age 23 years, BELE SCHLOSSBERG, female, age 2 years, and IDA SCHLOSSBERG, female, age 1 month, all from Liddha, Poland, ticketed for Philadelphia, final destination Duluth, Minn., to husband, W. SCHLOSSB., 340 Lake Ave.
Page 75, aboard the S.S. Nederland which arrived on June 18, 1889, SOLOMON LIPSCHITZ, male, age 14 years, and WIGDER HORST, male, age 34 years, both from Lidah, Russia, vocation of Horst was Peddler. Both ticketed for New York. Solomon Lipschitz final destination was New York to father JOS. c/o REKLY, 21 Allen (released after 26 hours!). Widger Horst final destination Council Bluff, Ia to L. HOURST, 1123 15th St. or 2 Ave I. (released). HIAS provided a prepaid ticket to Solomon Lipschitz.
Page 93, aboard the S.S. British Prince which arrived on October 1, 1889, CHANAH BLATZGOR, female, age 19 years, and MOSES BLATZGOR, male, age 10 years, both from Lidda, Poland, ticketed for New York, final destination New York, to J. HUROVITZ, 215 Henry.
Page 109, aboard the S.S. Nederland which arrived on March 1, 1890, JACOB LEVIN, male, age 47, from Lida, Russia, vocation Tailor, ticketed for Philadelphia, final destination New Haven, Conn. to sister, C. KAPLAN, 2 Oak St. Prepaid-no.
Page 204, aboard the S.S. Indiana which arrived on May 1, 1891, DORRA BLOCH, female, age 20 years, and FANNY BLOCH, female, age 18 years, both from Lidda, Russia, ticketed for New York, final destination New York, to father 112 Monroe Street. Each had a prepaid ticket.
Page 218, aboard the S.S. Switzerland which arrived on June
1891, ISSAK BIRMAN, male, age 27 years, and RATZE BIRMAN, female, age
years, both from Litta, Russia, ticketed for Philadelphia, final
Box 2, Vol. 4, 1891-1892
Pages 190 & 191, aboard the S.S. Manitoban which arrived on December 14, 1891, FREIDE GARB, female, age 35 years, SCHLOIME GARB, male, age 10 years, and HERTZ GARB, male, age 9 years, all from Lida, Russia, ticketed for Philadelphia PA, final destination Trenton, N.J. to husband 387 So. Warren St. Prepaid tickets. Husband called for. HIAS provided express $1.00.
Pages 214 & 215, aboard the S.S. Manitoban which arrived
February 9, 1892, MARIAM SCHREIBER, female, age 33 years, MENDEL
male, age 10 years, OSIAS SCHREIBER, male, age 8 years, SCHMUL
male, age 1 years, and ISAAC SCHREIBER, male, age 3 years, all from
Wilno, Russia. Ticketed for Phila PA, final destination Phila PA.
to husband JOS. SCHREIBER, 110 N. 2nd St. HIAS provided $.20.
Box 2, Vol. 5, 1892-1893 No cities, only country of origin
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