To Los Angeles Steamship Co..

The City of Los Angeles (12,642 grt, 580 ft. long) was completed in 1900 as the Grosser Kurfürst of the North German Lloyd.
After service both across the Atlantic and to Australia she was interned in New York at the beginning of WW1.
Eventually, she was used as a troop transport by the U.S. Navy (renamed Aeolus),
chartered in 1920 to Munson Line for South American service and in 1922 to Los Angeles Steamship Co.
The latter company bought her from the U.S. Shipping Board in 1923, rebuilding her as a luxury liner.
She sailed on the Hawaiian service from 1924 until laid up in 1932. She was scrapped in 1937.

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This page last updated October 18, 2006.