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Passenger Contract Ticket - SS Asturias, Issued to Cook Family, British Ministry of Transport, 17 Jun 1948 Document Reg. No: HT 4784

Summary:
Paper Ticket issued to the Cook family by the British Ministry of Transport, dated 17 June 1948. The ticket is for a journey on the SS Asturias between Southampton and Australia departing 9 July 1948.
Description:
Thin, paper ticket with printed black text. The front of the ticket details the Ship name, destination port, port of departure, names of travellers and fares etc. The reverse of the ticket contains the contractual rules and regulations associated with the use of the ticket as stipulated by the Ministry of Transport.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Jean Pulling, 2004
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 9.90 cm (Width), 20.80 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigrant voyages, immigrant shipping, tickets, british immigration
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Processing - Planning & Departure
Tertiary Classification: tickets
Inscriptions: 'PASSENGERS CONTRACT TICKET (NOT TRANSFERABLE)/ CONDITIONS OF PASSAGE ARE PRINTED OVERLEAF/ New Series/ No. 223582/ Transport Grade "MIG"/ Ship...ASTURIAS/ For... Melbourne AUSTRALIA (Port of Disembarkation) / Embarking SOUTHAMPTON/ Date on or about...9 JUL 1948/ Names of passengers, with ages of children under 12 years/ Mr. and Mrs. L. COOK/ MSTR. L.J. COOK (9)/ MISS. J.A. COOK (4)/ Standard Fare.. ..'

'MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT/ The Minister of Transport agrees to provide or arrange transportation as specified in the margin for the person or persons mentioned on the following terms and conditions...'
Place & Date Issued: England, Great Britain, 17 Jun 1948
Place & Date of Event: Southampton, England, Great Britain, 9 Jul 1948

Date voyage departs.

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