[TSL] Celtic to Debark at Boston 1925
Dennis Ahern <> on 02/28/2013

>From the Boston Globe, Boston MA, 25 August 1925 -

Celtic to Debark at Boston
260 Passengers

The White Star Line steamship Celtic will arrive at Commonwealth Dock, 
South Boston, Sunday afternoon from Liverpool and Queenstown and, after 
debarking 40 first cabin, 70 second class, and 150 third cabin 
passengers, she will proceed to New York.

Among the list are the Earl of Camperdown, Judge Timothy J. Ahern and 
Mrs. Ahern, Miss E. Brackett, Mrs. Adelaide Rogers, Richard Saltonstall, 
Miss Mary B. Saltonstall, Charles Cabot, Stanley C. Whipple, William F. 
Whipple, Charles M. Keyes, Miss Theobe Keyes, Mrs. T. W. Church of Boston 
and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Morse of Brookline.

The steamer left Liverpool last Saturday and Queenstown Sunday. Alien 
passengers were examined by representatives of the United States 
Immigration office, which will greatly facilitate the landing here.

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