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Passenger Lists: San Francisco 1800s SS City of Panama 

Arrive San Francisco

Date: May 16, 1880
Captain Connolly
From Panama, 16 days. Passengers and merchandise to Williams, Dimond & Co.

Passage

Left Panama April 20th at 1:10 p.m. for San Francisco via Punta Arenas, la Libetad, San Jose de Guatemala and Acapulco. Last six days have experienced head winds, with heavy seas; at 3 p.m., May 11th, passed steamer Alaska bound south.

Cargo

Imports, City of Panama, 1880.

May 17, 1880, Daily Alta California, San Francisco

Consignees

SS City of Panama, Consignees, May 17, 1880.

May 17, 1880, Daily Alta California, San Francsico

Passengers

Miss M. E. Maddon
Mrs. S. Corkson
Mrs. Eliza K. Cross
Mrs. Clara K. Brown
Mrs. S. A. Crughlon and three children
G. T. Laird
Mrs. A. T. Perkins and child
Mrs. J. E. Howland adn infant
H. Stegman
Mrs. H. E. Abell and infant
Bev. E. McSweeney
Sidney Borth
Miss Eva West
Mrs. M. Taft
S. Charles
E. P. Phillips
M. J. Sullivan
Charles Fisher
James Van Wart
S. C. Gill
Miss C. Simons
J. McDonnell
W. V. Egbert
M. P. Hayne
H. G. Hunter
William A. Miller
Dr. R. E. Prince adn wife
E. D. Trobridge
George Gorman
Mrs. J. Hale and two children
Mrs. B. S. Hopkins
Miss M. J. Davidson
Miss F. Suttle
M. D. Danield
Commander Dickens, R. N. 
Mrs. Krohn and child
Ramon Quozado
F. Pinto
F. Sanoz
P. Escalon
S. Henendez and child
Jose Escalon
F. Escalon
S. Henendez and child
Jose Escalon
F. Escalon
Maria Alvera
Dr. H. Bush, wife and son
Marcus Mason
R. Montealegre
J. Gallegos
James McNider
55 in the steerage

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Sources: As noted on entries and through research centers including National Archives, San Bruno, California; San Francisco Main Library History Collection; Maritime Library, San Francisco, California, various Maritime Museums around the world.

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