Coming into NY harbour in 1927 on the French Ocean liner SS Ile de France, a woman passenger stands on the ship’s deck which is covered with ice after a severe cold spell.
RMS Mauretania arriving in New York, with American aviators and other troops returning from Europe after the war – December 2, 1918.
Cunard’s Queen Elisabeth
SS Imperator was an ocean liner built for the Hamburg America Line (Hamburg Amerikanische Paketfahrt Aktien Gesellschaft, or HAPAG), launched in 1912. At the time of its completion in June 1913, it was the largest passenger ship in the world by gross tonnage, surpassing the new White Star giants, Olympic and Titanic.
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German Liner Kaiser Wilhelm II.
The second SS Kaiser Wilhelm II, named for the German Emperor, was
a 19,361 gross ton passenger ship built at Stettin, Germany. The ship
was completed in the spring of 1903. The ship was seized by the U.S.
Government during World War I, and subsequently served as a transport
ship under the name USS Agamemnon.
Military transport HMT Olympic in the Atlantic ocean, 1915.