check (one's) bags through (to) (some place)

check (one's) bags through (to) (some place)

To request that one's luggage be sent to one's final destination, as when traveling through multiple cities or via different modes of transportation. I don't have any luggage with me because I checked my bags through to Rome. Just check your bags through, and then you don't have to worry about keeping track of them at every stop.
See also: bag, check, through

check someone's bags through (to some place)

 and check someone's luggage through (to some place)
to have one's luggage sent directly to one's final destination. Please check these bags through London to Madrid.
See also: bag, check, through
References in classic literature ?
Even for his classroom he had no platitudes, no stock of professorial anecdotes.
Miss Wilson then, wishing to be alone, went into the empty classroom at the other side of the landing.
His mind floated away from the classroom when a shrill voice brought him back.
The first time that he accosted James in the passage outside the classroom, and desired him to explain certain difficult words in a leading article of yesterday's paper, James was pleased.
At the same time she kept in close touch with the work at Tuskegee, as lady principal and classroom teacher.
Bell did get through at last and they told me to go into the classroom with Miss Rogerson's class.