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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Graf Waldersee, 24 May 1911

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Graf Waldersee of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 24 May 1911 from Philadelphia For Hamburg, Commanded by Captain P. Froehlich. Hometowns are included with each passenger listed.

List of Cabin Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S.Graf Waldersee

Captain P. Froehlich

From Philadelphia to Hamburg

Wednesday, 24 May 1911, at 11.00 A. M.

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: P. Froehlich, Commander
  2. 1st Officer: G. Schroeder
  3. 2d Officer: R. Warner
  4. 2d Officer: J. Habenstock
  5. 3d Officer: R. Domeier
  6. 4th Officer: W. Bundschuh
  7. Physician: Dr. G. Zenneck
  8. Purser: O. Dieck
  9. Asst. Purser: H. Harms
  10. Chief Engineer: G. Bürsing
  11. 2d Engineer: C. Albrecht
  12. 3d Engineer: W. Noak
  13. 4th Engineer: E. Hintze
  14. 4th Engineer: C. Lausse
  15. Electrician: M. Schadwell
  16. Chief Steward: C. Schmidt
  17. Chief Steward 3d Class: C. Driever
  18. Asst. Chief Steward: J. Brüningk
  19. Asst. Chief Steward: O. Schröder
  20. Chief Cook: G. Ehmke

Ships List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Graf Waldersee, 24 May 1911

  1. Miss K. Achate
    Swarthmore, PA
  2. Miss Emma Achenbach
    Philadelphia
  3. Miss Marie Achenbach
    Philadelphia
  4. Mr. Clarence Adler
    Cincinnati, OH
  5. Mrs. Leopold Adler
    Cincinnati, OH
  6. Miss Helen Adler
    Cincinnati, OH
  7. Dr. Otis F. Akin
    Pittsburg, PA
  8. Miss Ethel Altemus
    Philadelphia
  9. Mrs. Mary Altwater
    Philadelphia
  10. Miss Carry Altwater
    Philadelphia
  11. Mr. Hans Augermeier
    Philadelphia
  12. Mrs. Hans Augermeier
    Philadelphia
  13. Mr. Joseph Augermeier
    Philadelphia
  14. Mr. Florian Auterieth
    Philadelphia
  15. Mr. Harry A. D. Baer
    Lancaster, PA
  16. Mr. George F. Bailets
    Montandon, PA
  17. Mr. Philip Baumann
    Paulsboro, NJ
  18. Mr. David Baun
    Philadelphia
  19. Mrs. David Baun
    Philadelphia
  20. Mr. Henry Beck
    Baltimore, MD
  21. Miss Jennie Beck
    Baltimore, MD
  22. Sister Lina Beideck
    Philadelphia
  23. Mrs. Frida Beringer
    Philadelphia
  24. Miss Edna Beringer
    Philadelphia
  25. Malier Walther Beringer
    Philadelphia
  26. Miss Barbara Bernlohr
    Philadelphia
  27. Miss Mary Beugger
    Lancaster, PA
  28. Miss Emilie Bowalko
    New York, NY
  29. Rev. F. W. Brink
    Downing, MO
  30. Mrs. F. W. Brink
    Downing, MO
  31. Miss Josephine Bronner
    Cincinnati, OH
  32. Mrs. Dr. Bruehle
    St. Louis, MO
  33. Mr. Joseph Büchse
    Philadelphia
  34. Mrs. Joseph Büchse
    Philadelphia
  35. Miss Margarete Buhlman
    Downing, MO
  36. Mrs. Wilhelmina Buschmann
    Philadelphia
  37. Mr. P. N. Bushnell
    New York, NY
  38. Mrs. P. N. Bushnell
    New York, NY
  39. Mr. G. C. Butte
    Muskogee, OK
  40. Mrs. G. C. Butte
    Muskogee, OK
  41. Master Felix Butte
    Muskogee, OK
  42. Master George Butte
    Muskogee, OK
  43. Master Woodwin Butte
    Muskogee, OK
  44. Mrs. Lina Carnal
    Massillon, OH
  45. Mrs. J. R. Chisholm
    Brooklyn, NY
  46. Master Kennath N. Chisholm
    Brooklyn, NY
  47. Mr. J. F. Clabby
    Philadelphia
  48. Miss Rachel Clark
    Pittsburg, PA
  49. Mr. Luther Conradi
    Philadelphia
  50. Mrs. Luther Conradi
    Philadelphia
  51. Miss Maria Louise Conradi
    Philadelphia
  52. Miss Helen Cressey
    Portland, Me
  53. Mr. Geo. Debereiner
    St. Louis, MO
  54. Mr. S. Dreifus
    Milton, PA
  55. Mr. M. Dwyer
    Philadelphia
  56. Miss Florence A. Eppler
    Philadelphia
  57. Mr. Carl E. Eppert
    Terre Haute, IN
  58. Mrs. Carl E. Eppert
    Terre Haute, IN
  59. Master Carl Wagner Eppert
    Terre Haute, IN
  60. Master John William Eppert
    Terre Haute, IN
  61. Miss Lena Erhardt
    Philadelphia
  62. Mr. C. Faber
    Philadelphia
  63. Mrs. C. Faber
    Philadelphia
  64. Miss Katherine Faust
    Muskogee, OK
  65. Mr. Gervasius Fenn
    Philadelphia
  66. Mrs. Gervasius Fenn
    Philadelphia
  67. Miss M. Fenn
    Philadelphia
  68. Miss Alma Finnigan
    Philadelphia
  69. Mrs. Maria Fleischmann
    Philadelphia
  70. Mrs. F. M. Fling
    Lincoln, NE
  71. Mr. J. Forster
    Bridesburg, PA
  72. Mr. David H. Frazer
    Philadelphia
  73. Mrs. David H. Frazer
    Philadelphia
  74. Miss Emma Fünfer
    Philadelphia
  75. Mrs. Martha Gilmeister
    St. Louis, MO
  76. Miss Victoria Gilmeister
    St. Louis, MO
  77. Master Fred. Gilmeister
    St. Louis, MO
  78. Mr. P. Green
    Pittsburg, PA
  79. Miss Caroline Greenbaum
    Philadelphia
  80. Miss Marie Greve
    Philadelphia
  81. Miss Katherine Griest
    Philadelphia
  82. Prof. James Griminger
    Osceola Mills, PA
  83. Miss Alice Gross
    Cincinnati, OH
  84. Dr. Emma Haeberle
    Bryn Mawr, PA
  85. Mr. Alwin Hammer
    Philadelphia
  86. Miss M. Hardell
    Washington, DC
  87. Miss G. Hecht
    Chestnut Hill, PA
  88. Mr. J. F. Heins
    Philadelphia
  89. Mr. John G. Hees
    Philadelphia
  90. Mr. Wm. Hennings
    Chicago, IL
  91. Mr. Julius Hess
    Philadelphia
  92. Mr. Hans Himmer
    Philadelphia
  93. Rev. Charles Hipp
    Pittsburg, PA
  94. Mr. John Hirschboeck
    St. Louis, MO
  95. Mr. H. Hirschboeck
    St. Louis, MO
  96. Mrs. H. Hirschboeck
    St. Louis, MO
  97. Dr. George J. Holzhausser
    Philadelphia
  98. Mrs. George J. Holzhausser
    Philadelphia
  99. Mrs. Stefan Holzhausser
    Philadelphia
  100. Miss Elizabeth Holzhausser
    Philadelphia
  101. Master Robert Holzhausser
    Philadelphia
  102. Mrs. Emilie Huebner
    Philadelphia
  103. Mr. Jakob Hugendobler
    Philadelphia
  104. Mr. H. W. Hussmann
    Dubuque, IA
  105. Miss Mary Jeffers
    Bryn Mawr, PA
  106. Mr. S. B. Jordan
    Cincinnati, OH
  107. Mrs. Marrion Keller
    Philadelphia
  108. Mrs. Louise Kenneck
    Philadelphia
  109. Miss Louise Kenneck
    Philadelphia
  110. Mrs. Mary Kersten
    Chicago, IL
  111. Mrs. Johanna Kipper
    Chicago, IL
  112. Master Ernst Kipper
    Chicago, IL
  113. Mrs. Amalia Klekamp
    Chicago, IL
  114. Miss Anna Klingenstein
    Pittsburg, PA
  115. Miss Dora Klockan
    Philadelphia
  116. Mrs. Johanna Knueppel
    Philadelphia
  117. Mr. P. H. Koblegard
    Clarksburg, WV
  118. Mrs. P. H. Koblegard
    Clarksburg, WV
  119. Master Hurst H. Koblegard
    Clarksburg, WV
  120. Mr. Heinrich Koetter
    Philadelphia
  121. Miss Hedwig Körner
    Philadelphia
  122. Mr. Peter Kornetzky
    Philadelphia
  123. Miss Auguste Ottilie Kowalski
    Philadelphia
  124. Mr. Henry Krieger
    Philadelphia
  125. Miss Fredericka Kuback
    Philadelphia
  126. Mr. Karl Kuebler
    Philadelphia
  127. Mrs. Karl Kuebler
    Philadelphia
  128. Mr. H. K. Kurtz
    Philadelphia
  129. Mrs. H. K. Kurtz
    Philadelphia
  130. Mrs. Marie Kusterer
    Philadelphia
  131. Miss Alma Kusterer
    Philadelphia
  132. Mrs. Agnes Lammerer
    Chicago, IL
  133. Mr. G. G. Largus
    West Chester, PA
  134. Miss E. G. Leggett
    Phoenixville, PA
  135. Mr. A. Lembach
    Hastings, NE
  136. Mrs. A. Lembach
    Hastings, NE
  137. Miss M. C. Linton
    Washington, DC
  138. Mr. Siegfried Loewenthal
    Cleveland, OH
  139. Mrs. Siegfried Loewenthal
    Cleveland, OH
  140. Miss Dorothea B. Loewenthal
    Cleveland, OH
  141. Mrs. Charles Lorenz
    Philadelphia
  142. Master Frank Lorenz
    Philadelphia
  143. Miss Frieda Lorenz
    Philadelphia
  144. Mrs. Fanny Loth
    St. Louis, MO
  145. Miss Clara Loth
    St. Louis, MO
  146. Master David Loth
    St. Louis, MO
  147. Mrs. Anna Lotz
    Philadelphia
  148. Mrs. Babette Maier
    Philadelphia
  149. Miss Bertha Maier
    Philadelphia
  150. Master Charles Maier
    Philadelphia
  151. Mrs. Rosa Mann
    Philadelphia
  152. Miss Rasek Mann
    Philadelphia
  153. Mr. Carl Mayer
    Washington, DC
  154. Prof. Robt. McElroy
    Princeton, NJ
  155. Mr. George Miller
    Philadelphia
  156. Mr. John Miller
    Philadelphia
  157. Miss Ethel C. Miller
    Columbus, OH
  158. Mr. Moller
    San Francisco, CA
  159. Miss Grace E. Morgan
    Lansdowne, PA
  160. Mr. Otto Müller
    Philadelphia
  161. Mrs. Otto Müller
    Philadelphia
  162. Miss Estelle Müller
    Philadelphia
  163. Miss Murray
    Washington, DC
  164. Dr. D. Alexis Myers
    Philadelphia
  165. Miss Naeser
    Philadelphia
  166. Mrs. J. Max Nitzschke
    Philadelphia
  167. Mr. I. Nusbaum
    St. Louis, MO
  168. Mrs. I. Nusbaum
    St. Louis, MO
  169. Mr. Frank Oset
    Chicago, IL
  170. Miss Nettie L. Parker
    Greenston, NC
  171. Mrs. F. R. Peck
    Lincoln, NE
  172. Miss F. Peebles
    Bryn Mawr, PA
  173. Dr. Adelaide W. Peckham
    Lansdowne, PA
  174. Hon. Hugh Pitcairn, M. D.
    Harrisburg, PA
  175. Mrs. Hugh Pitcairn
    Harrisburg, PA
  176. Miss Fannie Pitcairn
    Harrisburg, PA
  177. Mr. Wm. Rauch
    Terre Haute, IN
  178. Mr. Henry Reese
    Grand Island, NE
  179. Mr. Herman Reif
    Philadelphia
  180. Mr. Conrad Reibel
    Philadelphia
  181. Master John Reibel
    Philadelphia
  182. Miss Helen Reuter
    Philadelphia
  183. Mr. Henry Rienecker
    Philadelphia
  184. Mrs. Henry Rienecker
    Philadelphia
  185. Mr. Ludwig Rind
    Philadelphia
  186. Miss A. Blanche Roe
    Philadelphia
  187. Rev. William C. Rommel
    Philadelphia
  188. Sister Christine Rothenbach
    Philadelphia
  189. Mrs. Rosa RuckervT
    Philadelphia
  190. Miss Barbara Ruckerr
    Philadelphia
  191. Mr. Christian Rudolph
    Philadelphia
  192. Mrs. M. Rudolph
    Philadelphia
  193. Miss Elizabeth Rudolph
    Philadelphia
  194. Miss Margaret Rudolph
    Philadelphia
  195. Mrs. Marie Rysava
    Philadelphia
  196. Mr. Sandholt
    Minneapolis, Minn
  197. Mr. Heinrich Sauter
    Philadelphia
  198. Mr. Siemon Schacht
    Erie, PA
  199. Mrs. Siemon Schacht
    Erie, PA
  200. Miss Elizabeth K. Schaefer
    Philadelphia
  201. Mr. Paul Scheele
    Philadelphia
  202. Mrs. Paul Scheele
    Philadelphia
  203. Mr. R. Schinner
    St. Louis, MO
  204. Mr. Wilhelm J. Schlorer
    Philadelphia
  205. Mr. William Schoelgens
    Philadelphia
  206. Mrs. Pauline Schmmelfeming and child
    Philadelphia
  207. Mrs. Minnie Schmutte
    Lincoln, NE
  208. Mr. I. D. Seil
    Philadelphia
  209. Mr. J. L. B. Sherrick
    Philadelphia
  210. Miss Sophie Sommermann
    Philadelphia
  211. Miss Julia Spaeth
    Easton, PA
  212. Mr. John Spohr
    Philadelphia
  213. Mrs. John Spohr
    Philadelphia
  214. Mr. Anton Spreng
    Philadelphia
  215. Miss Helen Spreng
    Philadelphia
  216. Miss Evelyn Stadler
    St. Louis, MO
  217. Miss Ella Stark
    Philadelphia
  218. Mr. Michail Steck
    Philadelphia
  219. Rev. Charles Steppling
    Pittsburg, PA
  220. Mr. F. J. Stein
    Philadelphia
  221. Mrs. Emma Strass
    Philadelphia
  222. Miss Martha K. Thompson
    Norristown, PA
  223. Mr. Andreas Till
    Pittsburg, PA
  224. Mrs. Andreas Till
    Pittsburg, PA
  225. Miss Catharine Till
    Pittsburg, PA
  226. Mr. Harry C. Ulrich
    Philadelphia
  227. Mr. Andreas Heinrich von Rakowska
    Philadelphia
  228. Miss Eugenie E. Walser
    Philadelphia
  229. Mrs. Bernice Warren
    Lincoln, NE
  230. Miss Helene Warren
    Lincoln, NE
  231. Mrs. F. Weber
    Philadelphia
  232. Miss Helen Weber
    Philadelphia
  233. Miss Vera Weber
    Philadelphia
  234. Emil Weber
    Philadelphia
  235. Mrs. Emil Weber
    Philadelphia
  236. Miss Mathilda Weffing
    Trenton, NJ
  237. Mr. Wilhelm Weisz
    Cleveland, OH
  238. Dr. J. Victor Wilson
    Philadelphia
  239. Mr. Ferd Winter
    Reading, PA
  240. Miss Anna F. Wirth
    Philadelphia
  241. Sister Marie Wizemann
    Philadelphia
  242. Mr. Max Wollinsky
    Philadelphia
  243. Mrs. Sophie Wüstner
    Philadelphia
  244. Miss Florence Wüstner
    Philadelphia
  245. Mr. Edmund M. Wylie
    Columbus, OH
  246. Mrs. Edmund M. Wylie
    Columbus, OH

Pleasure Cruises

Arranged by the Hamburg-American Line

Pleasure Cruises were inaugurated by the Hamburg-American Line over 20 years ago, and since then, they have rapidly approached perfection through the frequent introduction of fresh itineraries and the judicious use of all newly gained experience.

Such cruises and such vessels represent travel as the traveler would have it. They embody his point of view, with which the Line is now so thoroughly familiar. It is safe to say that the carefully selected itineraries and the splendid vessels, with their manifold accommodations, meet the particular taste and requirements of the individual tourist as adequately as if specially arranged for his personal benefit. Throughout the entire cruise he finds his every want anticipated.

The cruising vessels of the HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE have been built especially for these interesting and extended voyages. Experience taught the advisability of providing vessels possessing exceptional accommodation and equipment, in preference to the conventional types of ocean steamships. It was realized that these vessels would practically be the home of the tourist for extended periods of time.

All particulars concerning the itineraries and fares are contained in the special pamphlets of the Hamburg-American Line, obtainable at their Offices or agencies.

Two Grand Cruises “Around The World”

Arrangements are being made by the Hamburg-American Line for two cruises of about three and one-half months duration each “Around the World,” the first to leave from New York on October 21, 1911, and the second from San Francisco on February 6, 1912. These cruises will be made by the large, new, transatlantic liner “Cleveland.” The rates will be from $650.00 and upward, including1 shore excursions, railway and carriage fares, hotel accommodations with meals, guides’ fees, etc.

Travelers’ Checks ISSUED BY THE Hamburg-American Line Payable Everywhere
The Most Desirable Means of Carrying Funds Abroad
Combining Both Safety And Convenience . . .
We issue Travelers* Checks in denominations oi $10, $20, $50 and $100

The Hamburg-American Line Was Founded In 1847. It owns a fleet of 171 large ocean-steamers, 217 steam-launches, tugs and lighters, aggregating- together, with the ships in course of construction, 388 vessels, registering over 1,000,000 tons. Its services embrace the entire globe.

The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Service

The Marconi Station on board is almost daily in communication with any part of the world either directly through the shore-stations, or indirectly by means of passing ships. The names of the shore-stations and of the ships with which communication is expected during the day are posted every morning in different parts of the ship.

The Hamburg-American Line is not responsible for the transmission of the telegrams.
Passengers and their friends are informed that an office of “La Compagnie Franjaise maritime et coloniale de Telegraphie sans fil” has been opened in Paris at 35 Boulevard des Capucines (opposite Rue Scribe) for the special purpose of accepting wireless messages for transmission through Marconi Coast Stations to passengers on steamers fitted with Marconi apparatus.
All information regarding tariffs and rates can be obtained on application to the Marconi Station on board, which is situated on the Boat Deck, or in one of the following offices:

London, W. C.

Watergate House, Adelphi: The Marconi International Marine Communication Co. Ltd.

Brussels

19 Rue Br£derode: La Compagnie de T<51<5graphie sans fil.

Rome

Corso Vittorio Emanuele, 317: Compagnia Internazionale Marconi per le comunicazioni

arittime.

The telegrams from shore to ship should be addressed as follows and must reach in good time the shore stations from which they will be transmitted to the ships:

1. Name of passenger.
2. Name of ship preceded by the word “steamer.”
3. Telegraphic address of the shore station by the intermediary of which the telegram is to be forwarded.

Names of the wireless stations in Europe: Cuxhaven, Norddeich, Borkum, Scheveningen (Netherlands), North Foreland (near Dover), Niton (Isle of Wight), Lizard (England), Crookhaven (Ireland).
Names of the wireless stations in America: Cape Race (Newfoundland), Sable Island (Nova Scotia), Siasconset (Massachusetts), Sagaponack (New York) and Sea Gate (New York).

The Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie
8 Unter den Linden, Berlin W.
Telegraphie Address: Hapag Telephone I, 9197, 9198, 9199
is enabled by its System of Combination Tickets for Railways and Steamers
(Hapag-Tickets) to offer at original prices, tickets from all large centres in Europe to ports of embarkation, or vice-versa, including tickets for berths in sleeping-cars, etc.

In order to obtain these tickets application should be made to the Reise- bureau or one of its Branch Offices. Traveler’s guides (Baedecker, Meyer Woerl) as well as all literature in reference to travel may be obtained from the Reisebureau.

In the Reisebureau in Berlin, there is an official booking-office for combined tourist tickets. This Office also receives baggage officially on behalf of the railway, for despatch from Berlin to all the large cities in Europe.

The Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie also acts as Agent for the leading Railway and Steamship Companies both at home and abroad.

Many years’ experience, and an abundant supply of time-tables, tariffs, etc., enables this office to furnish, without cost, information regarding travel in all parts of the world. All further particulars appear in the various prospectus’, which can be had upon application.

Images Available For This Passenger List

Front Cover Pleasure Crusies Around the World Cruises Summer Voyages - Cruises Travelers' Checks
Front Cover Pleasure Crusies Around the World Cruises Summer Voyages - Cruises Travelers' Checks
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Cabin Passengers Cabin Passengers Officers Breif Description of HAPAG Marconi Wireless Telegraph Service
Cabin Passengers Cabin Passengers Officers Breif Description of HAPAG Marconi Wireless Telegraph Service
Combination Tickets: Railways and Steamers Offices and Agencies Back Cover  
Combination Tickets: Railways and Steamers Offices and Agencies Back Cover

Prepared 2015-05-22 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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