Dear John Connacher,
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Here is a Microfilm List of New York Passenger Arrival Records, 1789-1957, at the National Archives at New York City (RE-NY). https://www.archives.gov/nyc/finding-aids/immigration-microfilm.html
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Additionally, there is a series of microfilm records, Passenger and Crew Lists of Vessels Arriving at New York, 6/17/1897-7/3/1957. Unfortunately, it appears that these records only exist in microfilm. https://catalog.archives.gov/id/300346
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Hi Charles Miller,
Thanks for your reply. As I noted in the original post, the ship in question was not a passenger ship, but a merchant ship, so I do not think the passenger arrival records will provide any value in this case.
I was hoping that upon arrival for merchant ships there were other medical records captured (possibly for people who were sick, had died in transit, or those born at sea)