Here are some quotes from the informative tourist-class souvenir log shown above.
Miss Constance Rogers with Law firm of Delafield, Thorne & Burleigh came aboard to get away from the law for awhile, only to find herself seated opposite two young lawyers who talked nothing else the entire voyage.
Mr. F. M. Ritchie, a prominent attorney of New Brunswick, N.J., is on his way to Budapest to try a divorce casewe hope its not his own. He has crossed on this boat with the A.E.F. in 1917 and also with the 2nd A.E.F. in 1927. He is a graduate of Rutgers University.
Miss Ethel-Louise Kissen of Brooklyn, New York, after having made conquests of all eligible bachelors in Brooklyn and New York, is on her way to Europe for further triumphs. She has already done her devastating work aboard the Leviathan where she feels quite at home, this being her fourth trip aboard this ship. She is a graduate of Columbia University, School of Hygiene.
Miss Bessie H. Wright, Philadelphia, Pa., is going to England to find out whether they heat houses in winter.
A party of fourteen Rumanian pleasure seekers are on their return trip from America. They have been in the United States for the past sixteen days visiting New York City, Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Atlantic City, thence by aeroplane to Washington. The Western stop on their trip was Detroit. Their impression of Americans is that we are a very mechanical people.
Stewart A. RiceProfessor at the University of Pennsylvania. He is going to Europe in order to understand his students who have also gone.