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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line, S.S. Cincinnati, 30 June 1910

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Cincinnati of the Hamburg America Line, Departing 30 June 1910 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Schülke.

List of First and Second Cabin Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S. Cincinnati
Captain Schülke
From Hamburg to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg
Thursday, 30 June 1910

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain Schülke
  2. First Officer W. Hennecke
  3. Second Officer Fr. Gallus
  4. Second Officer R. Bradhering
  5. Second Officer A. v. Cloudt
  6. Third Officer C. Dempwolf
  7. Fourth Officer P. Wünschel
  8. Chief Engineer W. Erler
  9. Second Engineer P. Stolle
  10. Third Engineer M. Nowak
  11. Third Engineer H. Giese
  12. Third Engineer R. Rix
  13. Fourth Engineer M. Gelsdorf
  14. Fourth Engineer H. Scharp
  15. Fourth Engineer A. Mayer
  16. Electrician W. Ohm
  17. First Physician Dr. Ludwig Pauly
  18. Second Physician Dr. Veiga de Souza
  19. First Chief Steward H. Westermann
  20. Second Chief Steward G. Schwartz
  21. Third Chief Steward A. Hauschild
  22. Assistant Chief Steward B. Kühn
  23. Assistant Chief Steward V. Suchy
  24. Assistant Chief Steward E. Reupcke
  25. Purser D. Peinert
  26. Assistant Purser E. Fischer
  27. Assistant Purser H. Krüger
  28. Provision Master L. Meiling
  29. Chief Cook M. Meisner
  30. First Cook K. Rienau
  31. First Cook P. Gebhardt
  32. Baggage Master: C. Schwarck
  33. Representative of the Hamburg-America Line Passenger Division: Gustav Wedekind

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

Passenger List, S.S. Cincinnati, Hamburg-American Line, June 1910

  1. Mrs. L. E. Armstrong
  2. Mr. Charles Aninger
  3. Mr. Rudolf Berger
  4. Mrs. Louis Bradford
  5. Mr. Fred N. Burt
  6. Mr. Wm. Baum
  7. Dr. C. F. Bingaman
  8. Miss Marion E. Bingaman
  9. Mr. A. Bunker
  10. Mrs. A. Bunker
  11. Mr. Thuel Burnham
  12. Miss Josephine Benkert
  13. Miss Carrie Benkert
  14. Mr. Donald B. Brocket
  15. Mr. N. O. Coleman
  16. Mr. A. Castiello
  17. Mr. G. Castiello Jr.
  18. Miss F. E. Cole
  19. Miss Florence Childs
  20. Mrs. Augustus Creveling
  21. Mr. Walter S. Cash
  22. Mrs. Walter S. Cash
  23. Mr. Jan Collins
  24. Mrs. B. K. Chittenden
  25. Mr. Francis Deinel
  26. Dr. G. P. English
  27. Mrs. Dr. G. P. English
  28. Miss Ida Eger
  29. Colonel J. E. Fletcher
  30. Mr. R. M. Grindley
  31. Mrs. R. M. Grindley
  32. Mr. Rudolph Guenther
  33. Mrs. Rudolph Guenther
  34. Mr. Otto Guenther
  35. Mrs. Otto Guenther
  36. Mr. Rudolph Guenther
  37. Mrs. udolph Guenther
  38. Mr. evi L. Hall
  39. Mrs. E. Hathaway
  40. Miss Meredith Hart
  41. Mr. C. Hedrich
  42. Mr. W. Jones Hatcher
  43. Mr. M. B. Hatcher
  44. Mr. Weldon Hatcher
  45. Mr. L. V. Hatcher
  46. Mr. Clinton Hilliard
  47. Mrs. Clinton Hilliard
  48. Miss Marie Louise Hilliard
  49. Mr. Charles H. Hoglen
  50. Mrs. Charles H. Hoglen
  51. Mr. Clinton F. Hilliard
  52. Mr. Holmes
  53. Mrs. Holmes
  54. Mr. John Hartung
  55. Mr. C. Hedrich
  56. Mr. Alfred Johnson
  57. Mr. G. Kende
  58. Mr. C. W. Kaley
  59. Mr. Henry Kreuter
  60. Mr. Harold Lamb
  61. Mrs. Harold Lamb
  62. Mrs. J. D. Lawman
  63. Mr. Oscar Lindemann
  64. Dr. D. H. Loose
  65. Mrs. Dr. D. H. Loose
  66. Miss A. W. Lawrence
  67. Mr. Otto Morsblech
  68. Mrs. Minnie Mandel
  69. Miss N. McLean
  70. Mrs. Lillie McCormick
  71. Miss N. V. H. Moorehead
  72. Captain McFarland
  73. Mr. J. H. Newman
  74. Mrs. J. H. Newman
  75. Mr. J. L. Oliver
  76. Miss Jeane M. Ormiston
  77. Miss Audrey Osborn and Servants
  78. Mr. Moritz Offner
  79. Mr. Attila von Pestel
  80. Mrs. James G. Penn
  81. Mr. Albert Potter
  82. Dr. Edwin H. Van Patten
  83. Mrs. Dr. Edwin H. Van Patten
  84. Mr. S. D. Prince
  85. Mr. Hauptman Walter Prenli
  86. Mr. Albert Potter
  87. Mr. Hans Rüter
  88. Miss Margaret Robinson
  89. Mr. Preston A. Rambo
  90. Mr. William Royster
  91. Mrs. Ethel Royster
  92. Mrs. Bath. Rieckelmann
  93. Miss Rieckelmann
  94. Mrs. M. R. Reynon
  95. Miss Maria Rappold
  96. Mr. Marshall B. Sargent
  97. Mrs. Marshall B. Sargent
  98. Miss Eliz. Stevenson
  99. Mrs. Jennie Hart Sibley
  100. Mr. Benjamin Shove
  101. Mrs. Mary V. H. Smith
  102. Miss Olive B. Shaw
  103. Miss Stella Tate
  104. Mr. Edm. P. Twoby
  105. Mr. A. Algara de Tereros
  106. Mr. J. Fernandez del Valle
  107. Mr. Paul Viau
  108. Mr. Alanza A. West
  109. Mr. C. R. Wilson
  110. Mrs. C. R. Wilson
  111. Mrs. G. Wintschger Jr.
  112. Mr. Leon Wormser
  113. Mrs. Leon Wormser
  114. Mrs. P. Welage
  115. Miss F. Welage
  116. Dr. G. A. van Wagenen
  117. Mrs. Dr. G. A. van Wagenen
  118. Mrs. William C. Witter
  119. Mr. Simon Wolf
  120. Mr. F. S. Yale
  121. Fran F. S. Yale

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Prof. Dr. C. du Bois-Reymond
  2. Mrs. Prof. Dr. C. du Bois-Reymond
  3. Mr. Oberleutnant Baum
  4. Mr. Oswald Berckemeyer
  5. Miss Clara Berger
  6. Mr. Richard Boc
  7. Mrs. Richard Boca
  8. Mr. R. W. Brandt
  9. Mr. Kurt Brandt
  10. Mr. Chechire
  11. Mrs. Chechire
  12. Mr. Albert Cohn
  13. Frau. Geh. Reg.-Rat A. Corman
  14. Miss Gertrud Corman
  15. Miss Gustel Corman
  16. Mr. Generalarzt Dr. Dierksen
  17. Mrs. Generalarzt Dr. Dierksen
  18. Mr. Ralf Dierksen
  19. Mr. Dierk Dierksen
  20. Miss Jues Dierksen
  21. Miss. Gwenny Dierksen
  22. Mrs. Marie Eckstein
  23. Miss Marie Louise Eckstein
  24. Mr. Major Eden
  25. Mrs. Major Eden
  26. Mr. John Eggers
  27. Mrs. Christiane Faust
  28. Mr. Eduard W. Frost
  29. Mrs. Eduard W. Frost
  30. Mr. Oberarzt Dr. Jacobäus
  31. Mrs. Caren Jacobäus
  32. Mr. C. B. Lockwood
  33. Mrs. 0 B. Lockwood
  34. Mr. Macey
  35. Mr. M. Marcan nebst Begleitung
  36. Mr. Prof. Dr. Hugo Preisz
  37. Mrs. Prof. Dr. Hugo Preisz
  38. Mr. Max Raspe
  39. Mr. Georg Roeper
  40. Miss Emma Reineke
  41. Mr. A. Roosedale
  42. Miss Alice Scharrer
  43. Miss Lizzie Scharrer
  44. Mr. Karl Schenck
  45. Mr. Baron Alex v on Schroder
  46. Mrs. Baronin Alex von Schroder
  47. Mr. Harold R. Smyth
  48. Mr. H. W. Stove
  49. Mr. Tamplin
  50. Miss Tamplin
  51. Mr. Bergwerksdirektor Tittler
  52. Mrs. Bergwerksdirektor Tittler
  53. Mr. Bergassessor Tittler
  54. Mr. G. W. Thornes
  55. Mr. F. W. Thornes
  56. Miss Thornes
  57. Mr. Graf von Wengersky
  58. Mrs. Gräfin von Wengersky
  59. Miss Mary C. Whidborne
  60. Mr. Max Zielaska

To Cherbourg / To Cherbourg:

  1. Mrs. Ida Baumgarten
  2. Miss Ella Baumgarten
  3. Miss Wally Baumgarten
  4. Miss K. Behrend
  5. Mrs. Prof. Dade
  6. Mr. Franz Dade
  7. Mr. T. M, James Jr.
  8. Mrs. T. M. James Jr.
  9. Mr. Justizrat Lilienberg
  10. Mrs. Justizrat Lilienberg
  11. Mr. Graf K. Lewenhaupt
  12. Mrs. Gram K. Lewenhaupt
  13. Miss Florence Sauvage
  14. Mr. C. Wiering

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Levey Ashlemen
  2. Miss Alma Ambs
  3. Mr. Johannes Adam
  4. Mr. Wilhelm Ahlers
  5. Mrs. Caroline Buell
  6. Mr. Henryk Brandt
  7. Miss Maria Bardolomäus
  8. Miss Helene Blumenthal
  9. Mrs. Marie Bauer
  10. Miss Margarethe Bauer
  11. Mr. Fritz Buzan
  12. Mr. Wilh. Buzan
  13. Mr. Henry Bock
  14. Mr. Heinrich Back
  15. Miss Anny Brodesser
  16. Mr. Michael Becker
  17. Miss Margo. Balthasar
  18. Mr. Otto Bischoff
  19. Mrs. Otto Bischoff
  20. Mr. Ferenez Bukovsky
  21. Miss Anna Blitzer
  22. Miss Stanislawo Bronikowska
  23. Mr. Armin Birnbaum
  24. Mr. Samuel Bloom
  25. Mr. Michael Bluschenitz
  26. Miss Erna Burgdorf
  27. Mr. David Bloch
  28. Mr. Frank M. Conelly
  29. Mr. John Christensen
  30. Mr. Alexander Csernyci
  31. Miss E. van der Cluysen
  32. Miss G. B. Dyllie
  33. Mrs. Marie Dross
  34. Miss Paula Dettmann
  35. Mrs. Marie Dolfuss
  36. Miss Vera Dolfuss
  37. Miss Evelyn Dolfuss
  38. Mr. Prof. Berthold Eisenlohr
  39. Mr. Wilhelm Eickelpoth
  40. Mrs. Bertha Fink
  41. Mr. C. C. Fischer
  42. Mr. Hermann Fuchs
  43. Mrs. Anna Fuchs
  44. Miss Ottilie Fuchs
  45. Mr. Frank Fara
  46. Mrs. Julie Fara
  47. Mr. Frank Fara Jr.
  48. Mr. Franzisek Frohlich
  49. Mrs. Marianna Frohlich
  50. Mr. Pinkas Ferber
  51. Mr. Robert Grefig
  52. Miss Alma Grotjahn
  53. Miss Dora Heubaum
  54. Mrs. Josefa Hiitter
  55. Mr. Heinrich Hansen
  56. Mrs. Amalie Huntley
  57. Mr. J. A. Hanow
  58. Mr. John Henftling
  59. Mrs. John Henftling
  60. Mrs. Maria Hansen
  61. Mrs. Elisabeth Hansen
  62. Mr. Paul Hoch
  63. Mr. Heinrich Henkel
  64. Miss Johanna Halbauer
  65. Mr. Fedor Himdor
  66. Mrs. Martha Inrezik
  67. Mrs. Marie Jeschke
  68. Miss Sophie Jeschke
  69. Mr. Eugebert Jung
  70. Mr. Wojciech Kozicki
  71. Mrs. Josefa Kozicki
  72. Mr. Franzisck Klawinski
  73. Mrs. Stanislawa Klawinski
  74. Miss Anna Klawinski
  75. Miss Ottilie Kohler
  76. Miss Maryanna Klawinski
  77. Miss Boleslawa Klawinski
  78. Mr. Josef Klawinski
  79. Miss Stanislawa Klawinski
  80. Miss Paraska Kapustynska
  81. Mr. Adolph Knoblauch
  82. Mrs. Adolph Knoblauch
  83. Mr. Harry Krone
  84. Miss Helene Künstler
  85. Miss Therese Kalmes
  86. Mr. Wilhelm Kriegelstein
  87. Miss Bertha Kerber
  88. Mr. Alwin Kleefeld
  89. Mrs. Carrie Kleefeld
  90. Mr. Gustav Kolb
  91. Mr. Max King
  92. Mr. Anton Kafka
  93. Mrs. Hermine Kafka
  94. Mrs. Susanne Klein
  95. Miss Gisella Klein
  96. Mr. Theodor Klein
  97. Miss Margarethe Klein
  98. Mrs. Bertha Kaimsky
  99. Mrs. Rosalia Keszler
  100. Mr. Josef Komanicki
  101. Miss Mary Leitmannslehner
  102. Miss Fanny Leitmannslehner
  103. Mr. Bernat Lamm
  104. Mr. Heinr. Luck
  105. Mr. Hersch Liebermann
  106. Mrs. M. Liebermann
  107. Mr. John W. Middel
  108. Mrs. Dorothea Middel
  109. Mr. Lawrence Middel
  110. Miss Grace Middel
  111. Miss Therese Molnar
  112. Mr. Marcus Markiewicz
  113. Mr. Julius E. Machlett
  114. Mr. Arthur B. Moler
  115. Fran Arthur B. Moler
  116. Mr. Franz Manzer
  117. Mrs. Anna Manzer
  118. Miss Elise Manzer
  119. Miss Agnes Manzer
  120. Mrs. Emmy Markert
  121. Mr. Maximilian Mittelmeier
  122. Mrs. Marie Mittelmeier
  123. Mr. E. J. Münzer
  124. Miss Margarete Meusel
  125. Mr. Max Nötschau
  126. Mrs. Charlotte Nötschau
  127. Mr. Otto Nötschau
  128. Miss Elsa Padderatz
  129. Miss Marie Petersohn
  130. Miss Elisa Petersen
  131. Mr. Bernhard Poeschel
  132. Mrs. Lina Poeschel
  133. Mr. Theodor Pausz
  134. Mr. Egmont Pfeifer
  135. Mrs. Minna Pfeifer
  136. Mr. Aug. Ploghaus
  137. Mrs. Rosa Pallos
  138. Miss Rosa Pallos
  139. Mr. Theodor Pausz
  140. Miss Julia Poszywak
  141. Miss Katarzyna Paszkiewicz
  142. Mr. Emil Quant
  143. Mr. Ernst Rossig
  144. Mr. Fred Rapp
  145. Mrs. Ida Rapp
  146. Mr. Henry Rasmussen
  147. Mrs. Annie Rasmussen
  148. Miss Margarethe Rasmussen
  149. Mr. Valdemar Rasmussen
  150. Miss Olaries Rasmussen and Servants
  151. Mr. Wm. T. Rehm
  152. Mr. Alexander Roth
  153. Miss Margarethe Rodenhausen
  154. Mrs. Rosa Rehberger
  155. Mr. Moses Rosenthal
  156. Mr. M. Rosenberg
  157. Miss Lina Schuler
  158. Miss Elisabeth Schuler
  159. Mr. Charles Schickram
  160. Mrs. Minna Schickram
  161. Mr. Fred Schickram
  162. Mrs. Anna Sautter
  163. Miss Anna Sautter
  164. Miss Pauline Sautter
  165. Mr. August Schwanke
  166. Mrs. Emilie Schwanke
  167. Mr. Max Scholl
  168. Miss Fmilie Sacher
  169. Mrs. Elise Schlesinger and Kind
  170. Mr. Allen Seipt
  171. Mrs. Irene Seipt
  172. Mr. Caries Sarfatz
  173. Mr. Joseph Sarfatz
  174. Mr. Valentine Schulz
  175. Mrs. Juli Schweitzer
  176. Mr. Johann Schweitzer
  177. Mr. Carl Schulz
  178. Mr. Walter Schönwald
  179. Mr. Fabian Simcke
  180. Mr. Hans Tiedemann
  181. Miss Emma Tober
  182. Miss Anna Teleki
  183. Mrs. Pauline Trasku
  184. Miss Anna Trasku
  185. Mrs. Anna Thrulik
  186. Mr. Adalbert Thrulik
  187. Mr. Jan Thrulik
  188. Mr. Janos Vlesanszky
  189. Mrs. Emma Wollschläger
  190. Mr. William Wenk
  191. Mr. Anton Winter
  192. Mrs. Anton Winter
  193. Mr. Wilhelm Winter
  194. Mr. Josef Wolter
  195. Mrs. Josef Wolter
  196. Mr. Sam Weinfield
  197. Mr. Henry Winkelmann
  198. Mr. Jan Wansyeski
  199. Mrs. Ottilie Ziehl
  200. Mr. Ladislaus Zental

To Southampton:

  1. Miss Ella Brandt
  2. Miss Jenny Brandt
  3. Miss Bnschmann
  4. Miss Gladys Butcher
  5. Miss Lorna Child
  6. Mr. Wilhelm Dunkel
  7. Miss C. Knaggs
  8. Mr. F. C. Lindt
  9. Mrs. F. C. Lindt
  10. Mr. Robert Ludwig
  11. Miss Mabel Malet
  12. Miss Elisabeth Maywald
  13. Miss Gertrud Schliephacke
  14. Mr. Otto Schüler
  15. Mr. Paul Thienhaus

To Cherbourg / To Cherbourg:

  1. Mr. Yves Charnel
  2. Mr. Wilhelm Koop
  3. Mr. Fritzof Koop
  4. Mr. Hugo Moller
  5. Mr. Otto Maass
  6. Miss Lillie Schmidt
  7. Mr. Peter Wörmke

Information for Passengers

Important! Passengers' attention is called to the ships rules and regulations, a copy of which will be found in each cabin.

Passengers are requested to apply for their Mail on board to the Office of the Passenger Department.

Travellers' Checks issued by the Hamburg - Amerika Linie.

Payable everywhere.

The Most Desirable Means of Carrying Funds Abroad.

Combining both safety and Convenience.

We issue Travellers' Checks in U. S. of America in dcnominations of $ 10, $ 20, $ 50 and $ 100 and of A. 50 and 4. 100 in Germany.

These Checks will not be accepted on board the steamers of the Hamburg-American Line for any other purpose than in payment of passage, or of bills incurred on board, provided check is not greatly in excess of bill. They cannot, however, be cashed on board, as the Pursers and Chief Stewards on the steamers usually have only a small amount of ready money to dispose of.

Office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie Passenger- Department.

On the C. - Deck of the S. S. Cincinnati a an Office of the Passenger - Department has been established. This Office furnishes information to Passengers concerning the railings of our steamers, the railway services from port of arrival into the interior, the Pleasure and Health Cruises arranged by the Hamburg - Amerika Linie and the various personally Conducted Tours managed by the Company's Tourist Office (Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie).

It also provides information with regard to the despatch of baggage, customhouse arrangements and other questions which are of importance to travellers. At the Office, tickets are issued for the return- passage either from or to America, for the other regular services of the Hamburg-Amerika Lithe and for Pleasure and Health Cruises, as well as for Conducted Tours on shore. The Office is the place where the letters and telegrams arriving on board for Passengers are kept and delivered.

The Office has also full control of all matters relating to change of staterooms, as well as charge of all unoccupied cabins.

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-Amerika Linie is not responsible for the transmission of the telegrams.
Passengers and their friends are informed that an office of „La Compagnie Française 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 Sonnendeck, or in one of the following offices:

London W. C., Watergate House, Adelphi: The Marconi International Marine Communication Co. Ltd.
Brüssel, 19 Rue Bréderode : La Compagnie de Télégraphie sans fil.
Rom, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 317: Compagnia Internazionale Marconi per le comunicazioni marittime.

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.
Telegraphic Address: Hapag
Telephone I, 9197, 9198, 9199

by virtue of its Own System of Combinable Tickets for Railways and Steamers
(Hapag-Tickets) is in a position to supply at original prices to Passengers tickets from all large centres to port of embarkation, or from port of embarkation, back to the principal places in Europe, including tickets for beds in Sleeping-Cars, &c. &c.

In order to obtain these tickets application should be made to the Reisebureau or one of its Branch Offices.

Traveller guides (Baedecker, Meyer, Woerl) as well as all literature referring to travelling may be obtained from the Reisebureau.

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

The Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie also acts as Agent for all the most important Railway and Steamer Companies both at home and abroad. On the strength of many years' experience, and an abundant provision of time - tables, tariffs, &c., information concerning travelling in all parts of the world, is furnished gratis. All farther particulars appear in the prospectuses, which can be had free of cost, on application to the Reisebureau.

The new giant steamers of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie SS. „Amerika" and „Kaiserin Auguste Victoria"

Some of the advantages offered by these steamers:

  • Complete Safety Appliances
  • They are unsinkable, because of their numerous water-tight compartments
  • Automatic Fire-extinguishing Apparatus
  • Submarine Bell Signalling System for detecting the proximity of danger in fog
  • Extreme steadiness, owing to large carrying capacity and bilge keels
  • Perfectly balanced Engines, entirely eliminating vibration
  • Excellent Ventilating System
  • Central Filtering System
  • Gypsy Band in Ritz's Carlton Restaurant
  • Promenade Concerts and Concerts during Dinner
  • Three Spacious Promenade Decks
  • Numerous Sheltered Corners on Deck
  • Luxurious and Home-like Furnishings throughout the Steamer
  • Luxurious Ladies' Parlors, Smoking and Writing Rooms
  • Chambers de Luxe, consisting of Parlor, Dining-room, Bedroom Dressing-room, Bath and Toilet. Dining-room Is la carte
  • Ritz's Carlton Restaurant a la carte
  • Fresh Flowers always on sale
  • Gymnasium with Electro-Zander Apparatus
  • Electric-light Baths
  • Trained Nurses connected with the Physician's staff
  • Telephone connections
  • Office of the Passenger Department
  • Ladies' Hairdresser

The Hamburg-Amerika Linie was founded in 1847. It owns a fleet of 168 large ocean-steamers, 217 steam-launches, tugs and lighters, aggregating together, with the ships in course of construction, 385 vessels, registering 979,217 tons. Its services
embrace the entire globe.

The Twin-Screw S. S. „Deutschland" is 686 1/2 feet in length, 67 1/2 feet beam, 44 feet deep.

16 502 tons, 35 600 horse-power, 23'/i knots average speed.

Fastest ocean-passage westwards: 5 days, 11 hours, 54 minutes.
Fastest ocean-passage eastwards: 5 days, 7 hours, 38 minutes.

June 1910 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Cincinnati

  • Date of Voyage: 1910 June 30
  • Vessel: Cincinnati
  • Class: First and Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Hamburg » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: Schülke
  • Number of Printed Pages: 42 (Paginated)
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation
    • First Cabin:
      • To New York: 121 + 1 Bedienung
      • To Southampton: 60
      • To Cherbourg: 14
    • Second Cabin:
      • To New York: 200 + 1 Kind + 1 Bedienung
      • To Southampton: 15
      • To Cherbourg: 7
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 33
  • Language(s): German and English
  • Dimensions: 11.4 x 19.7 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Not Listed - See Page 145
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