The full passenger list can be found below -- I'm looking at the entry for "Stanislaw Walczykowski" line 20.
What is the name of the city he identified as last place of residence and birth place? It was classified then as Russia or Poland.
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The first letter looks like a 'C' and is not very different from the C in Chicago on line 7 or in Cleveland on line 11 (both in column of final destination). The second letter puzzled me first but then, although I don't speak polish, I recalled that the combination 'CZ' is not uncommon in polish, so I go for 'z'. Third and fourth letters looks like 'eu' or 'en' followed by a 't' and 'o'. Next could be 's', 'c' and 'h'. The final two letters could be 'a' or 'o' followed by 'n' or maybe a 'w'. That would yield Czentoschow, but after consulting internet I believe it could be Częstochowa. I would not take this conclusion for granted but as a hint to investigate further.
Also, looking at an old (1902) russian-polish map in the lower left corner an inch over
Krakaw there is a place called