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From: Kim Cahoon <>
Subject: RE: Quick method LDS passenger list look-up
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 1997 10:47:53 -0500


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Jennifer,

Since you have been sprinkling us with all those jokes, here is one for you!

Kim Cahoon

MCS Customer Support Administrator
DTN: 535-4563

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Subject: Quick method LDS passenger list look-up

Hi,
I didn/t know if we have access to this, but I thought that I would pass
it along for you to glance at. Have a great week.

Jennifer Irvine, CA

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Subject: Quick method LDS passenger list look-up
Date: 24 Oct 1997 16:36:51 -0700
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Easy way to find Passenger List at the LDS FHL.

Using the Family History Library Catalog (on compact disc).

Getting started:

With the FamilySearch title screen displayed, press [enter].
The FamilySearch main menu will be displayed.

Next, press [down arrow] to move the bar to "Library Catalog", and press
[enter]. A
message on the screen will instruct you to insert the library catalog
compact disc into
the compact disc drive.

Insert the disc. The computer will display the catalog main menu and
list
the types of
searches you can conduct.

Using the [down arrow]

Select: Film / Fiche Number Search

TYPE the film # from the appropriate listing below.

Then press [F12] to begin the search.

In a moment, the computer will display the complete list that is in the
Series.

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A supplemental index to passenger lists of vessels arriving at Atlantic &
Gulf Coast ports (excluding New York) 1820-1874.
Film # 0418161

Index (Soundex) to passenger lists of vessels arriving at Baltimore,
1897-
1952.
Film # 1373824

Passenger lists of vessels arriving at Baltimore, 1820-1921 ; Quarterly
abstracts of passenger lists of vessels arriving at Baltimore, 1820-1869.
Film # 0417383

Index to passenger lists of vessels arriving at Baltimore, 1833-1866
(city
passenger lists).
Film # 0821565

Passenger lists of vessels arriving at Boston, 1820-1891 : with index
1848-
1891.
Film # 0205656

Crew lists of vessels arriving in New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1917-1932.
Film # 1578398

Index to passengers arriving at New Bedford, 1902-1954; Passenger lists
of
vessels arriving at New Bedford, 1902-1942.
Film # 1412572

Index to passenger lists of vessels arriving at New York, June 16, 1897-
June 30, 1902 (T0519) ;
Film # 0543449

Index (soundex) to passenger lists of vessels arriving at
New York, July 1, 1902-December 31, 1943 (T0621) ;
Film # 1379501

Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1897-1924
(T0715).
Film # 1403751

Register of vessels arriving at the Port of New York from foreign ports,
1789-1919.
Film # 1415143

Passenger Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, NY, 1820--1897.
Film # 0002246

Passenger and crew lists of vessels arriving at New York, 1897-1924
Film # 1403751

Passenger lists of vessels arriving at New Orleans, 1820-1921 ;Index to
passenger lists
of vessels arriving in New Orleans, 1853 -1952.
Film # 0543403

Quarterly abstracts of passenger lists of vessels arriving at New
Orleans,
1820-1875.
Film # 0200235

Index to lists of passengers arriving at Philadelphia, 1883-1948; book
indexes, 1906-1926; passenger lists, 1883-1921.
Film # 1380256

Index to lists of passengers arriving at Philadelphia, 1883-1948; book
indexes, 1906-1926; passenger lists, 1883-1921.
Film # 1380256

Passenger lists of vessels arriving at Philadelphia, 1800-1882 with index
1800-1906.
Film # 0419424

Passenger lists of vessels arriving at Portland, Maine, 1893-1943 ;
Index,
1893-1954.
Film # 1412619

Subject index to correspondence and case files of the Immigration and
Naturalization Service, 1903-1952.
Film # 1527605

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Subject: Fwd: Bait me!
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 1997 00:08:36 -0500
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I know now why Mike smells funny!
Enjoy!
Judy
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10-NOV-1997
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Subject: FW: A Joke for Thursday

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>> "NERDS NOT ALLOWED-ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK!"
>>
>> He goes in and sits down. The bartender comes over to him, sniffs, says he
>> smells kind of nerdy, asks him what he does for a living. The truck
driver
>> says he drives a truck, and the smell is just from the computers he is
>> hauling. The bartender says OK, truck drivers are not nerds, and serves
him
>> a beer.
>>
>> As he is sipping his beer, a skinny guy walks in with tape around his
>> glasses, a pocket protector with twelve kinds of pens and pencils, and a
>> belt at least a foot too long. The bartender, without saying a word,
pulls
>> out a shotgun and blows the guy away.
>>
>> The truck driver asks him why he did that. The bartender said not to
>> worry, the nerds are overpopulating the Silicon Valley, and are in season
>> now. You don't even need a license, he said. So the truck driver finishes
>> his beer, gets back in his truck, and heads back onto the freeway.
>>
>> Suddenly he veers to avoid an accident, and the load shifts. The back
door
>> breaks open and computers spill out all over the freeway. He jumps out
and
>> sees a crowd already forming, grabbing up the computers. They are all
>> engineers, accountants and programmers wearing the nerdiest clothes he has
>> ever seen. He can't let them steal his whole load. So remembering what
>> happened in the bar, he pulls out his gun and starts blasting away,
felling
>> several of them instantly.
>>
>> A highway patrol officer comes zooming up and jumps out of the car
>> screaming at him to stop.
>>
>> The truck driver said, "What's wrong? I thought nerds were in season."
>>
>> "Well, sure," said the patrolman, "But you can't bait 'em."
>>
>>
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