Re: Finding the Name of a Passenger Ship #hungary

Ruffin R Cooper <rrcooper@...>

Hello Ed;

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and receiving posts >from the H-sig. Can you reply to me if this
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Bob Cooper

-----Original Message-----
From: ezwiebac <>
To: Multiple recipients of list h-sig <>
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 1998 3:36 PM
Subject: Finding the Name of a Passenger Ship

Seeing the discussion/search of the ship name "Valdun" or ?,
reminds me of
the useful book I just saw at the AJGS meeting in LA. The book
Ships of the World" by Eugene Smith, 1963, is a alphabetical
catalog of
ships covering years 1840-1962. Has photos and descriptions of
the service
life of each ship. Easy to search for likely names.
Sorry, I didn't get the publisher.

Ed Zwieback
Long Beach, CA

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