Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject HeadingsScope Note: Here are entered works on students in general. Works on students studying and living inside their native country are entered under: Students subdivided [Penrose note: at the Collection level only; otherwise add the Geographic Term facet] by place, e.g., Students--Washington (State); Students--Mexico; etc. Works on students studying and living outside their native country are entered under the adjectival form, e.g., American students; Mexican students; etc.
Use for: Pupils ; School life ; Student life and customs ; Students -- Education
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Baggage tag from Henry Lowenstein's crossing on the SS Marine Falcon from Southampton to the United States. The front of the tag is printed with "United States Line" and "Tourist Class Stateroom" in blue above and below an illustration of a ship. The back of the tag has been filled out by hand with H. Loewenstein, the steamer name, sailing date, departure port, arrival port, and final destination in Pennsylvania.
Dates: 1947 June 12
Abstract Embarkation instructions sent to Henry Lowenstein to prepare for his passage on the SS Marine Falcon from Southampton, England to the United States. This is a general letter sent to all passengers with the name "Mr. E. Lowenstein" penciled at the top and a square stamp that says "J.D. Hewett & Co., Travel Agents, 109, Jermyn Street., London, S.W.1." Instructions include how to get to Southhampton, how to deal with baggage, freight, and pets, what paperwork must be brought on the ship, and...
Dates: 1947 June 4
Abstract Radiogram from Henry Lowenstein to his family on the SS Marine Perch during their crossing to the United States. The message reads: "AONY DE GKV - RELAYED VIA ANBM, WHIPSNADE NR1 10 21 1253, STEINBERG SS MARINE PERCH/ GLV VIA ANBM, LOVE AND ALL THE BEST - HENRY."
Dates: 1946 July 24
Abstract Henry Lowenstein's first class passenger ticket on the SS Marine Falcon from Southampton to "A US Port" scheduled to sail approximately June 16, 1947. The ticket is dated May 8, 1947. Front side of the ticket is the receipt with passenger information describing Henry Lowenstein and the total for the ticket. Stamped on the front is a square box that says, " J. D. Hewett & Co., Travel Agents, 109. Jermyn Street, London, S.W.1." "Passenger will be provided with cafeteria service only," is...
Dates: 1947 May 8