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Passenger List, American Line, S.S. St. Louis, 26 October 1907

First Class Passenger List for the S.S. St. Louis of the American Line Sailing from Southampton to New York via Cherbourg on 26 October 1907. Commanded by Captain John C. Jamison.

List of First Class Passengers

American Line

S.S. St. Louis

Captain John C. Jamison
Southampton to New York via Cherbourg

Saturday, 26 October 1907

Passenger List Cover, October 1907 Westbound Voyage - S.S. St. Louis

Ships List of Senior Officers

  1. Captain: John C. Jamison
  2. Surgeon: T. W. Small
  3. Purser: R. D. Williams
  4. Chief Steward: Walter Harris

List of First Class Passenger

  1. Mr. Henry Adams
  2. Mr. J. F. Alexander
  3. Mrs. J. F. Alexander
  4. Mr. Andret
  5. Mrs. Andret
  6. Miss M. T. Anstey
  7. Dr O. S. Armstrong
  8. Miss Mc A. Armstrong
  9. Mr. James Mc F. Baker
  10. Mr. A. J. Billin
  11. Mr. Percy Blair and Manservant
  12. Mr. Robert W. Bliss, Secretary, American Legation, Brussels
  13. Mrs. J. Donald Cameron and Maid
  14. Miss Cameron and Maid
  15. Mr. G. Bond Cochran
  16. Mr. Lewis Cohen
  17. Miss Cox
  18. Mr. Chas. R. Crawford
  19. Mrs. John R. Drexel, Maid and Manservant
  20. Mrs. E. H. Eastman
  21. Mr. C. D. Ellis
  22. Mr. C. B. Ewing
  23. Mr. Jno. Fergusson
  24. Miss Emily C. Fergusson
  25. Mr. Douglas Fitch
  26. Mrs. W. R. Forrest
  27. Miss Emma Frohman
  28. Mr. Philip Gamier
  29. Mrs. Chas. F. Greene and Maid
  30. Mr. Ernst Grossenbacher
  31. Mr. A. G. Gouyet
  32. Mrs. A. G. Gouyet
  33. Mrs. Theo. Hamlin
  34. Mr. D. N. Harper
  35. Mr. T. Home
  36. Mr. Robert G. Hopkins
  37. Mrs. Robert G. Hopkins
  38. Mr. H. C. Hughes
  39. Mr. Josef Imfeld
  40. Mr. M. W. Jernegan
  41. Mr. H. W. Kennard
  42. Mr. Walter F. Klemm
  43. Mrs. Walter F. Klemm
  44. Mr. W. S. Kramer
  45. Mr. B. Kulper
  46. Mrs. B. Kulper and Maid
  47. Master Arthur Kulper
  48. Miss Millie Kulper and Maid
  49. Miss B. Landis
  50. Mr. Emil Laval
  51. Mrs. Emil Laval
  52. Mrs. Latting
  53. Miss Catherine Letterman
  54. Mr. Chas. Leyder
  55. Mr. Arthur Loeb
  56. Miss Flora Ludwin
  57. Mr. Sanford Makeever
  58. Mrs. Sanford Makeever
  59. Mr. Vincent Makhlouf
  60. Mrs. Adma Makhlouf
  61. Miss Emma Marsh
  62. Capt A. F. Marshall
  63. Mrs. T. H. Mason and Maid
  64. Mr. Fred McClellan
  65. Mr. G. G. McLean
  66. Mr. Fred. John Mohr
  67. Mrs. Fred. John Mohr
  68. Mrs. Frank Morgan
  69. Mr. Chas. S. Osmond
  70. Mrs. Chas. S. Osmond
  71. Mr. John R. Dos Passos
  72. Miss C. L. Patch
  73. Mr. G. L. Peabody and Manservant
  74. Miss Peckrell
  75. Mr. Edwin S. Prieth
  76. Miss Martha Prunnemann
  77. Mr. Anderson Reid
  78. Mrs. Anderson Reid
  79. Miss E. Reynolds
  80. Miss Louise Richard
  81. Mrs. H. B. Richardson
  82. Mr. Oscar Schoeffer
  83. Mrs. Jesse Seligman
  84. Miss Madeline Seligman and Maid
  85. Col. Sherrill's Manservant
  86. Mrs. Fairbanks Smith
  87. Miss Margaret Smith
  88. Miss Anne Squire
  89. Mr. Johann Stalder
  90. Mr. Josef Stalder
  91. Mr. Peter Stalder
  92. Mr. C. C. Starkweather
  93. Mrs. C C. Starkweather
  94. Miss Starkweather
  95. Mr. Louis J. Stokes
  96. Mr. Frederick Thompson
  97. Mrs. Frederick Thompson
  98. Mrs. Martha Thompson
  99. Mrs. H. Randolph Trump
  100. Mr. Arthur S. Tunis
  101. Mr. A. H. Waldmeier
  102. Mrs. A. H. Waldmeier
  103. Mrs. Wallace
  104. Mrs. Chester B. Weeks
  105. Col. Lawrence Wetherill
  106. Mrs. Lawrence Wetherill
  107. Mr. Walter T. Willett
  108. Mr. Thomas Willet
  109. Miss M. Wright
  110. Mr. A. V. Young
  111. Mrs. A. V. Young
  112. Mr. Kurt Zander
  113. Mrs. Kurt Zander

General Information for Passengers.

  • Breakfast from 8 until 10 a.m
  • Luncheon, 1 p.m
  • Dinner, 7 p.m

The Bar closes at 11 p.m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m., and ln the Smoking Room at 12 (midnight).

Please apply to the Second Steward for Seats at Table.

Meals for Children are served separately.

Letters and Telegrams should be handed to the Saloon Steward within an hour after leaving Southampton, and those for dispatch upon reaching port should be handed to hlm an hour before arrival.

Writing Paper, Envelopes, and Telegraph Forms will be found in the Library.

For Railway and Steamship Time Tables of the various Companies, apply to the Saloon Steward.

Inquiries regarding Baggage will be attended to by the Baggage Steward, to whom all Baggage which Passengers wish to leave in the Company's care should be handed, properly labelled, and with full instructions as to disposal.

Large Deck Chairs can be obtained for use on the voyage, at a charge of 4/-each, upon application to the Deck Steward.

Wireless Telegram Rates.

United States.-The minimum Marconi hate via Sagate, sagaponack or South Wellfleet (Cape Cod), or through the medium of a passing steamer and one of these stations is 8s. 4d. for ten words. Each extra a ord 6d. ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid,

The minimum rate via Siasconsett or Cape Race, or through the medium of a passing steamer and these stations, is 123. 6d. for ten words. Each extra word 91 ; text only counted; address and signs, tore free ; land charges additlonal ; all charges must be prepaid.

The minimum Marconi Rate via sable Island, or through tie medium of a passing steamer and this station is 761. 04. for ten words. Each extra word Is. ; text only counted ; address and signature free ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

United Kingdom.—The minimum Marconi Rate via Crookhaven or other stations in the United Kingdom, or through the medium of a passing steamer, is 6s. for 12 words. Each extra word 6d. ; every word ln address, text and signature counted ; land charges additional ; all charges must be prepaid.

Ship To Ship.—Minimum Rate 6s. for twelve words. Each extra word 6d. ; every word in address, text and signature counted, and all charges must he prepaid.

Letters and telegrams may be addressed to the care of any of the Company's Offices, where they will be held until caked 'or, or forwarded, according to instructions. The latest editions of the leading American and English papers are kept on file at the Company's new West End Offices, No. 1, Cockspur Street, London, where Passengers' baggage will also be received and stored if required.

For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is prepared to exchange a limited amount of English and Amerlcan money, at the rate of $4.80 to the pound when giving Amerlcan money for English currency, or £1 per $1.95 when giving English money for American currency.

An Experienced Physician is attached to the Steamer. For medical attendance in ease of sickness on board no charge is made ; medicines are also provided free of charge. But the Physician is allowed to charge the usual fees, subject to the Commander's approval, to travellers who submit themselves to treatment for maladies not contraoted during the voyage.

In case of the Steamers' arrival alongside the Pier at New York after 8 p.m. any Passengers who so desire can remain on board until the following morning, but Passengers desiring to do so are requested to give notice of their lntentlon.

Valuables. The Company will not be responsible for money, jewelry, and other valuables of Passengers. Passengers are advised not to leave valuables in their staterooms, but are recommended to hand same sealed, and marked with the owner's name, to the Purser for deposit in his safe, but as no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responslbility for loss or damage, however arising, but Passengers can protect themselves by insurance, whlch can be effected by the Purser.

Insurance of Baggage, Etc. Arrangements have been made whereby Passengers can have their baggage insured against loss by sea or land, includlng risk of fire, breakage, theft or pilferage, from the time the baggage is received by the American Line untll delivery at destlnation Other risks can also be insured against.

The Company strcngly recommend Passengers to ensure their packages whenever practicable, as in the event of loss or damage to baggage the American Line cannot under any circumstances accept any liability beyond the amount specified on their steamer contract ticket.

October 1907 Westbound Voyage - S.S. St. Louis

  • Date of Voyage: 1907 October 26
  • Vessel: St. Louis
  • Class: First Class Passengers
  • Route: United Kingdom to the United States via France
  • Ports of Call: Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Port Codes: SOU, CER, NYC
  • Captain: N/A
  • Number of Printed Pages: 3+
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Class Passengers: 113
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 4
    Notable Passengers Included: Not reviewed
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 14.4 x 22 cm
  • Morton Allen Directory: Page 118, Column 2


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