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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line, President Lincoln, 24 July 1910

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. President Lincoln of the Hamburg America Line, Departing 24 July 1910 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain Hahn.

List of First and Second Cabin Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S. President Lincoln
Captain Hahn
From Hamburg to New York

via Southampton and Boulogne-sur-Mer
24 July 1910

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain Hahn
  2. First Officer Th. Metzenthin
  3. Second Officer C. Krosz
  4. Second Officer Fr. Voppel
  5. Second Officer S. Jürgens
  6. Third Officer H. Cronjitger
  7. Fourth Officer H. Wüst
  8. Chief Engineer O. Hirsch
  9. Second Engineer Kl. Lehmann
  10. Third Engineer W. Rust
  11. Third Engineer E. Koepsei
  12. Fourth Engineer P. Wiemert
  13. Fourth Engineer W. Woigast
  14. Fourth Engineer J. Becker
  15. Fourth Engineer H. Hohmann
  16. Electrician L. Hansen
  17. Telegraphist E. Langguth
  18. Telegraphist Fr. Czybik
  19. First Physician Dr. Th. Weber
  20. Second Physician Dr. W. Metzenthin
  21. Purser P. Engell
  22. Provision Master A. Hatt
  23. Assistant Purser W. Koch
  24. Assistant Purser K. Heiler
  25. First Chief Steward H. Ziemann
  26. Second Chief Steward F. Ladendorf
  27. Third Chief Steward K. Petersen
  28. Third Chief Steward M. Schönewald
  29. Assistant Chief Steward. A. Schuster
  30. Assistant Chief Steward. Th. Reissler
  31. Chief Cook F. Luz
  32. First Cook O. Harker

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

Passenger List, S.S. President Lincoln, Hamburg-American Line, July 1910

  1. Mr. Geo S. Atkins
  2. Mrs. Annie G. Atkins
  3. Mr. Chas. Aichmann
  4. Mrs. Chas. Aichmann
  5. Miss A. Aichmann
  6. Mrs. J. Abraham
  7. Mr. E. T. Atwater
  8. Mrs. E. T. Atwater
  9. Mr. Geo Bielo
  10. Mrs. Geo Bielo
  11. Mr. C. F. Bardes
  12. Miss Annie Berlenbach
  13. Miss Therese Boehm
  14. Mr. Joseph Blomel
  15. Mrs. Joseph Blomel
  16. Mr. Chas. Bermel
  17. Mrs. Chas. Bermel
  18. Mr. Frank Berlenbach
  19. Mrs. Frank Berlenbach
  20. Miss Bessie Berlenbach
  21. Mr. Anthony Bauer
  22. Mr. Richard Burkhardt
  23. Miss Mary A. Burkhardt
  24. Miss Marie Bermel
  25. Miss Lena Bermel
  26. Mr. Emanuel Braun
  27. Mrs. Emanuel Braun
  28. Mr. Frank Braun
  29. Mrs. Anna Brautigam
  30. Mr. Joseph Biegert
  31. Mrs. Joseph Biegert
  32. Miss G. Biegert
  33. Mr. Christ Biersack
  34. Mrs. John Boehner
  35. Mr. Ernst Belle
  36. Mr. A. Burger
  37. Mr. Christ Bendel
  38. Mrs. Christ Bendel
  39. Mr. L. Brauer
  40. Mrs. L. Brauer
  41. Mr. L. Brauer Jr.
  42. Mr. Robert Bosenberg
  43. Mr. Peter Burger
  44. Mrs. Antonie Collin
  45. Miss Elise Collin
  46. Miss Elvira Collin
  47. Miss Gretchen Collin
  48. Rev. Allan D. Carlile
  49. Mrs. Allan D. Carlile
  50. Mr. Henry Cohn
  51. Mrs. Henry Cohn
  52. Mr. E. Clauss
  53. Mr. Josef Coleman
  54. Mrs. Josef Coleman
  55. Mr. Franz Coleman
  56. Mr. Heinrich Coleman
  57. Mr. Martin Collin
  58. Mr. W. J. Callon
  59. Mrs. W. J. Callon
  60. Mr. Frank Dorn
  61. Miss Eva Dorn
  62. Miss E. Delker
  63. Dr. Frank H. David
  64. Mrs. Sarah H. David
  65. Miss E. Denes
  66. Mr. George H. Decker
  67. Mr. John B. Ekeley
  68. Mrs. John B. Ekeley
  69. Mr. H. Erbacher
  70. Miss Elva Faeth
  71. Mr. Gilbert E. Faeth
  72. Mr. Frank J. Fischer
  73. Mrs. Frank J. Fischer
  74. Mr. Jos. Friedmann
  75. Mr. Jos. Friedmann Jr.
  76. Mr. Fred Friedmann
  77. Mr. H. Frost
  78. Mr. Morris Frankfurter
  79. Mrs. Morris Frankfurter
  80. Mr. Alfred Frankfurter
  81. Miss Cecilie Frankfurter
  82. Mrs. Percy Firth
  83. Mr. Sigmund Groetzinger
  84. Mrs. Ray Groetzinger
  85. Miss Gertrud Groetzinger
  86. Miss Ida Glass
  87. Mr. Henry Gomer
  88. Mrs. Henry Gomer
  89. Mr. John A. Gauger
  90. Mrs. John A. Gauger
  91. Mr. John Goetz
  92. Mrs. John Goetz
  93. Mr. Joseph Goetz
  94. Mrs. Joseph Goetz
  95. Miss Marie Goetz
  96. Mr. L. Golsner
  97. Mrs. L. Golsner
  98. Mr. M. Goldner
  99. Mrs. M. Goldner
  100. Mr. George Hazlehurst
  101. Mr. H. C. Hahn
  102. Miss Keturah E. Horn
  103. Mr. S. O. Heckman
  104. Mrs. S. O. Heckman
  105. Miss Evalina Heckman
  106. Mr. J. H. Hess
  107. Mrs. J. H. Hess
  108. Miss Carol L. Hess
  109. Miss Jean 31. Hess
  110. Mr. Joseph Huelster
  111. Mr. Jacob Homer
  112. Mrs. Jacob Horner
  113. Miss Rosa Horner
  114. Mr. Konrad Hermann
  115. Mr. J. Him
  116. Mrs. F. Helfarth
  117. Mr. Wm. Hiss
  118. Mrs. Wm. Hiss
  119. Mrs. Leopold Hatry
  120. Miss Johanna Hatry
  121. Mr. C. N. Hock
  122. Miss Camilla Hock
  123. Miss Maria Haferburg
  124. Mr. Frank Ibert
  125. Mrs. Frank Ibert
  126. Mr. David Klinger
  127. Mrs. David Klinger
  128. Miss Edith Kelley
  129. Mr. Michael Krieg
  130. Mrs. Michael Krieg
  131. Miss Theresa Koellner
  132. Mr. Frank Kratzel
  133. Mr. Fred Brayer
  134. Mrs. Fred Krayer
  135. Miss Bertha Knobloch
  136. Mrs. N. Kraft
  137. Rev. A. Edwin Keigwin
  138. Mr. Jacob Kirchler
  139. Mrs. Jacob Birchler
  140. Mr. F. Kuhlmann
  141. Mrs. L. Koeble
  142. Mr. Nicolaus Kraft
  143. Mr. Clas. Keller
  144. Mrs. Anna Koeplin
  145. Mr. Bruno Kramer
  146. Mrs. Elisabeth Kramer
  147. Dr. C. E. Lambert
  148. Mrs. Dr. C. E. Lambert
  149. Mr. M. Lavy
  150. Mrs. M. Lavy
  151. Mr. Chas. Lutz
  152. Mrs. Chas. Lutz
  153. Miss Emma Luedtke
  154. Mr. Emil F. Lange
  155. Mrs. Emil F. Lange
  156. Miss Audrey Lange
  157. Mr. Carvel Lange
  158. Miss A. Loeffler
  159. Mr. Simon Lourie
  160. Mr. Gottfried Marquardt
  161. Miss K. Marquardt
  162. Mr. Hermann Maenner
  163. Mrs. Hermann Maenner
  164. Miss Lillian Maenner
  165. Mr. John Meyer
  166. Mrs. John Meyer
  167. Miss M. Meyer
  168. Mr. Frank Mann
  169. Mrs. Frank Mann
  170. Mr. Ignatz Martin
  171. Mrs. Ignatz Martin
  172. Mr. John Miesom
  173. Mrs. John Miesom and Child
  174. Mrs. Henry Meyer
  175. Miss Marguerita Meyer
  176. Mrs. B B Miklos and Child
  177. Mr. Hugo Menges
  178. Mr. Louis Neuffer
  179. Mr. E. F. Newton
  180. Mrs. E. F. Newton
  181. Mr. Anton Newburger
  182. Mrs. Anton Newburger
  183. Mr. Jacob Nasel
  184. Mrs. Jacob Nasel
  185. Mrs. Marie Neumann
  186. Mr. John Ort
  187. Mrs. Franziska Otmar
  188. Miss Elva Plank
  189. Miss Annie Paul
  190. Mr. Reinhard Prägler
  191. Mrs. Martha Prägler
  192. Miss Elly Prägler
  193. Mr. August Rapp
  194. Mrs. August Rapp
  195. Mrs. Anna Runge
  196. Mr. Wm. Reps
  197. Mrs. Wm. Reps
  198. Dr. George Wm. Roberts
  199. Mrs. Frances G. Roberts
  200. Mr. Geo Reischmann
  201. Mrs. Geo Reischmann
  202. Miss L. Reischmann
  203. Mr. L. Reuschel
  204. Mrs. L. Reuschel
  205. Mr. Wilhelm Rohde
  206. Miss Helen Rottermann
  207. Mr. A. H. Smith
  208. Mrs. A. H. Smith
  209. Mrs. J. H. Senner
  210. Miss Cora Senner
  211. Mr. Carl Spaney
  212. Mr. John Sebastian
  213. Mrs. John Sebastian
  214. Mr. Anton Schmidt
  215. Mr. Christ. Schlenker
  216. Mrs. Christ. Schlenker
  217. Mr. Joseph J. Schaefer
  218. Mrs. Joseph J. Schaefer
  219. Miss Margaret M. Schaefer
  220. Mr. Joseph L. Schaefer
  221. Mr. E. Scharpf
  222. Mr. John Schreijack
  223. Mr. Fred Siegmann
  224. Mrs. Julia M. Schwarz
  225. Miss Pauline Anna Stein
  226. Mr. Robert Schwarz
  227. Mr. Herbert Schwarz
  228. Miss Rose Sommerfeld
  229. Miss Carrrie Sommerfeld
  230. Mr. Ernst Siegel
  231. Mr. Damian Schroer
  232. Mr. Frank Stenerer
  233. Mrs. Frank Stenerer
  234. Mr. Geo Schneider
  235. Mrs. Geo Schneider
  236. Miss Josephine Schwend
  237. Mr. Carl Schmidt
  238. Miss M. Schnell
  239. Mrs. L. Schaefer
  240. Miss E. Slama
  241. Miss Birde W. Shelton
  242. Mr. Joseph B. Swaim
  243. Mr. Hans Sarö
  244. Mr. Otto Trie big
  245. Mrs. Otto Triebig
  246. Mr. W. J. Towne
  247. Mr. J. A. Thiele
  248. Mr. Gustav Uebel
  249. Mr. Chas. Vollmer
  250. Mr. Otto A. Wolf
  251. Mrs. Otto A. Wolf
  252. Mrs. Julia A. Wolf
  253. Miss t. E. Wolf
  254. Mr. Gustav Wein
  255. Mrs. H. Wolf
  256. Mr. Wm. Wolter
  257. Mrs. Wm. Wolter
  258. Mr. J. Windmüller
  259. Mr. J. H. Westheimer
  260. Mrs. J. H. Westheimer
  261. Fran Amalie Zobel
  262. Mr. Emil Zebu

To Boulogne-sur-Mer:

  1. Mr. Rektor Gustav Höft
  2. Mr. George Lüdert
  3. Mrs. George Lüdert
  4. Mr. Fritz Peters
  5. Mr. Heinrich Steinhardt
  6. Mrs. Heinrich Steinhardt

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Reg-Assessor Boddin
  2. Mr. Leutnant Brauer
  3. Mr. Alfred Davies
  4. Mr. Oberleutnant R. Fröhlich
  5. Mr. Vize-Admiral E. Gulch
  6. Mr. Ernst Hamburger
  7. Mr. Oberleutnant Hart
  8. Mr. Oberleutnant Andreas Hillmer
  9. Mrs. Anna K. Hillmer
  10. Mr. R. W. Rusted
  11. Mr. Oberleutnant Hart Kreusler
  12. Mr. R. J. Löwen
  13. Miss Löwen
  14. Mr. Karl Neumann
  15. Mr. C. E. Schaff
  16. Mrs. C. E. Schaff
  17. Mr. F. A. Schaff
  18. Mr. H. E. Schaff
  19. Mr. Berthold v. Theobald
  20. Mrs. Berthold v. Theobald
  21. Dr. jur. F. Wolff
  22. Mrs. Caroline Wolff
  23. Mr. Peter Andreas Wolff

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Marie Amende
  2. Mr. Philip Ameth Nurse Arsene
  3. Mr. Curt Abramowitz
  4. Mrs. Katharina Baumhardt
  5. Mrs. Biedlingmaier
  6. Mr. Alb. F. Biedlingmaier
  7. Mr. Adolf Brand
  8. Mr. William Boritzki
  9. Mrs. Louise Bnrkhardt
  10. Mr. Carl Brennecke
  11. Mrs. Carl Brennecke
  12. Mr. Janos Binder
  13. Miss Ella Bruns
  14. Mr. Richard Brüggelors
  15. Mrs. Louise Brüggelors
  16. Dr. J. W. Bardach
  17. Mrs. Dr. J. W. Bardach
  18. Mr. Heinrich Boy
  19. Mrs. Auguste Backer
  20. Miss Auguste Backer
  21. Mrs. Franziska Becker
  22. Mr. Hermann Bäcker
  23. Mrs. Rachel Brog and Children
  24. Mr. Friedr. Beyer
  25. Mrs. Sofia Beyer
  26. Miss Elisabeth Beyer
  27. Miss Chaje Brotman
  28. Mr. Christen Berg
  29. Mrs. Martha Baumgart
  30. Miss Gertrud Baumgart
  31. Mrs. Elisab. Benzenberg
  32. Miss Julie Benzenberg
  33. Mr. Gustav Benzenberg
  34. Miss Elsie Benzenberg
  35. Miss Anna Benzenberg
  36. Mrs. Elisabeth Bildner
  37. Mrs. Elisabeth Bildner
  38. Miss Louise Brown
  39. Miss Sara Blumberg
  40. Mr. W. M. Cochran
  41. Mrs. W. M. Cochran
  42. Mr. Kilian Christ
  43. Mrs. Emilie Culver
  44. Miss Olga Culver
  45. Mr. C. H. Christensen
  46. Mr. Jacob Christmann
  47. Miss Clara Corhoneana
  48. Mrs. Chums Citrin
  49. Mr. Wladyslaw Dombck
  50. Mrs. Marie Dorstowitz
  51. Mr. Gustav Dick
  52. Mrs. Lina Dick
  53. Miss Hedwig Dick
  54. Mr. Juda Dacher
  55. Mr. Karoline Durr
  56. Miss Minna Durr
  57. Mr. A. Drahtschmidt
  58. Mrs. E. Drostenfels
  59. Mr. Martin Danielsen
  60. Mrs. Christine Delaney
  61. Fran Anna Edelbrock
  62. Mrs. Pauline Eberle
  63. Mr. Wilhelm Ernst
  64. Mrs. Wilhelm Ernst
  65. Mr. Stefan Erst
  66. Mr. Albert Eggers
  67. Mrs. Marie Eggers
  68. Mr. Albert Eggers Jr.
  69. Mrs. Matild Emeritzy
  70. Mr. Joseph Foehr
  71. Mrs. Rosa Foehr
  72. Miss M. L. Foehr
  73. Mrs. Anna Franke
  74. Mrs. Julia Friesel
  75. Mrs. Magdalene Friedrich
  76. Miss Erna Fransky
  77. Mr. Harry Fuchs
  78. Mr. Arthur Fischer
  79. Mr. Victor Forsberg
  80. Frau. Louise Genz
  81. Mr. C. E. Georgi
  82. Mrs. C. E. Georgi
  83. Mrs. Anna Gutt
  84. Miss Käthe Gerhards
  85. Mrs. Maria Guelich
  86. Miss Clara Guelich
  87. Mr. Wladislav Grzywinski
  88. Mr. Miksa Glück
  89. Miss Ethel Gluck
  90. Mr. Johann Goering
  91. Mr. Heinrich Goering
  92. Miss Franziska Gutsohn
  93. Mr. Arthur Göpfert
  94. Miss Franziska Grankowiezuty
  95. Mr. Friedr. Gansch
  96. Mrs. Liftscha Groner
  97. Mr. Pesel Groner
  98. Mr. Anton A. Gregis
  99. Mr. Johann Gutt
  100. Mr. J. Gyony
  101. Mr. Michael Goebel
  102. Mrs. Martha Gattron
  103. Mr. Gustav Gattron
  104. Mr. Grünenklee
  105. Mr. Kihaly Galko
  106. Mr. Juan Hüttenmoser
  107. Mr. Wm. Hoeberle
  108. Mr. Jaroslav Hes
  109. Miss Marie Hansen
  110. Mrs. C. Hiller
  111. Mr. Eugen Heinig
  112. Mr. R. E. Hohnadel
  113. Mrs. M. Hohnadel
  114. Mrs. Helene Holze
  115. Mr. Karl Hauzel
  116. Mrs. Anna Hauzel
  117. Mrs. Lizzi Hartmann
  118. Fran K. Henerland
  119. Mr. Gustave Hamel
  120. Mrs. Marie Hamel
  121. Mr. Horr
  122. Mrs. Horr
  123. Miss Johanna Hueg
  124. Dr. Bernh. Halpern
  125. Mrs. Sophie Hummel
  126. Mrs. Bertha Hahn
  127. Mr. Jacob Hahn
  128. Miss Helga Henningsen
  129. Miss Margaret Henningsen
  130. Miss Theresa Henningsen
  131. Miss Dagmar Henningsen
  132. Dr. Siegfried Husserl
  133. Mr. Siegbert Herrmann
  134. Mr. Franz Heinze
  135. Mr. Mathias Hitzelhammei
  136. Mr. Adolf Hala
  137. Mrs. Barbara Herrmann
  138. Mr. Max Hirschmann
  139. Miss Lina Haller
  140. Miss Katharina Husserl
  141. Mr. Jean Jabornek
  142. Mrs. Ludmella Jahn
  143. Mr. Carl Jahn
  144. Miss Auguste Joints
  145. Mr. Peter Johannsen
  146. Mrs. Peter Johannsen
  147. Mrs. Anna Jendel and Child
  148. Mr. Simon Janitzki
  149. Mrs. Rosalie Janitzka
  150. Mrs. Susanna Jankura
  151. Mr. Janos Jankura
  152. Mr. Adolph Juckstock
  153. Mrs. Mathilde Juckstock
  154. Miss Emily Juckstock
  155. Miss Agnes Juckstock
  156. Mrs. Marie Jahnigen
  157. Mrs. Karoline Judjic
  158. Miss Gabriele Isella
  159. Fran Charles Keller
  160. Mrs. Anna Kuhne
  161. Miss Paula Kreutzfeldt
  162. Mr. Max Kuhne
  163. Mr. Wm. Kuhbach
  164. Mr. Geo Kuhbach
  165. Mrs. A. Kuhlbach
  166. Mrs. Auguste Krause
  167. Mr. Jol. Korn
  168. Mr. Magnus Kuhs
  169. Miss Louise Kuhs
  170. Miss Gretchen Kuhs
  171. Mr. Alexander Koch
  172. Miss Dorothea Kragelund
  173. Mr. Hans Kohl
  174. Mrs. Hans Kohl
  175. Miss Therese Kraibach
  176. Miss Anna Kraibach
  177. Miss Rosa Krauss
  178. Mrs. Elisabeth Koschmieder
  179. Mr. August Kaiser
  180. Mrs. Hedwig Kaiser
  181. Mr. Fred Kaiser
  182. Mr. Karl Kaiser
  183. Mrs. Auguste Kaiser
  184. Miss Frieda Kaiser
  185. Mrs. A. Kalkenink
  186. Mr. Heinrich Kaiser
  187. Mr. Heinrich Kaiser Jr.
  188. Mr. Josef Kinz
  189. Mrs. Knoop
  190. Mrs. Anna Kryston and Children
  191. Mr. Wosyl Kociurko
  192. Fran Rachel Leibowitz
  193. Mr. Eduard Luck
  194. Mrs. Zerline Löbl
  195. Mr. John Luebbe
  196. Mrs. Franziska Luithlen
  197. Mrs. Rosa Lickteig
  198. Miss Rosa Lickteig
  199. Mr. Josef Lickteig
  200. Mr. Gustav Loewy
  201. Mrs. Gustav Loewy
  202. Mr. Juda Levi
  203. Mr. Lars Larsen
  204. Fran Caroline Larsen
  205. Mrs. Christine Markert
  206. Miss Sophie Markert
  207. Miss Rosa Markert
  208. Mr. Daniel Mausbach
  209. Mrs. Ricka Mansbach
  210. Mr. Joseph Mausbach
  211. Mr. Milton Mausbach
  212. Miss Emma Mausbach
  213. Mrs. Laura Mueller
  214. Miss Frida Dorothea Muller
  215. Mr. Theodor Moebus
  216. Miss Magdalene Meister
  217. Mr. Chaic Marianski
  218. Miss Irene Marchand
  219. Mr. Ad. Marien
  220. Mr. Samuel Miller
  221. Mr. Joseph Muschel
  222. Mrs. Wilma Matyko
  223. Miss Elsa Matyko
  224. Miss Lili Matyko
  225. Mr. Anders Mikkelsen
  226. Mrs. M. Mikkelsen
  227. Mr. J. Masse
  228. Mrs. Betty Monastersky
  229. Mr. Chaskel Monastersky
  230. Mrs. Johanna Neumann
  231. Mr. Kurt Neumann
  232. Miss Eva Neumann
  233. Miss Gertrud Neumerkel
  234. Mr. Charles Nielson
  235. Mr. Karl Nicolaisen
  236. Miss Lizzie Ortmann
  237. Mr. H. Ohse
  238. Mrs. H. Ohse
  239. Sister Paschabna
  240. Mrs. Hansine Petersen
  241. Mr. Hans Pertsch
  242. Mrs. Luise Pertsch
  243. Mr. Gyorgn Packet
  244. Mrs. Helena Peiker
  245. Miss Helena Peiker
  246. Mr. Gyorgi Pak
  247. Sister Pachasy
  248. Mrs. Barbara Roth
  249. Mr. Jacob Retter
  250. Mrs. Jacob Retter and Child
  251. Mr. Claus Heinrich Rohwedder
  252. Mr. E. Rechlin
  253. Mrs. Anna Roehl
  254. Mr. Arthur Rosenbaum
  255. Mr. Bernhard Rothberg
  256. Mrs. Bernhard Rothberg
  257. Mr. Morris Rosen
  258. Miss Katharina Roth
  259. Miss Julianna Rumatzka
  260. Miss Blume Ruzaiskaja
  261. Mr. J. Rasp
  262. Mr. Wolf Reches
  263. Mr. Franz Rossan
  264. Mrs. Mary Raik
  265. Miss Ettel Rosenberg
  266. Mrs. Helene Schreyer
  267. Mrs. Caroline Schwedes
  268. Miss Ottilie Schwedes
  269. Miss Adele Schwedes
  270. Mrs. Helena Schlemm
  271. Mrs. Lina Schlemm
  272. Miss Amanda Schlemm
  273. Miss Edua Schlemm
  274. Mrs. Louis Schrieber
  275. Mr. Martin Steinbock
  276. Mr. Martin Stelling
  277. Mrs. Fmma Schwarzkopf
  278. Mr. Sauer
  279. Mr. Michal Sindmak
  280. Mrs. Pauline Spaeth
  281. Mrs. Luise Stolz
  282. Mr. Albert Stockmann
  283. Mrs. Selma Stockmann
  284. Mr. Georg Samet
  285. Mrs. Marie Schweinsberg
  286. Miss Elisabeth Seltabul
  287. Mr. Albert Sonneborn
  288. Mr. Josef Sandmann
  289. Mr. Peder Chr. Sörensen
  290. Mrs. Dusine Sörensen
  291. Mr. Meiche Schustermann
  292. Miss Marie Schranz
  293. Miss Petrea Kristine
  294. Sörensen Mr. David Schwarz
  295. Miss A. Schuldt
  296. Dr. Karl Skozkovsky
  297. Mr. William Snyder
  298. Mr. John Schenk
  299. Mrs. John Schenk
  300. Miss Margarethe Schuldt
  301. Mrs. Bath. Sterbling
  302. Miss Maria Sterbling
  303. Mr. Jacob Sterbling
  304. Mrs. Sarah Skatovsky and Children
  305. Mr. Karl Schöllhammer
  306. Mrs. Sauer and Child
  307. Mr. Paul Schittkowsky
  308. Mr. Henry Tobergte
  309. Miss Feigel Turczin
  310. Mr. Benjamin Turczin
  311. Miss Janna Taborsky
  312. Mr. Otto Thomsen
  313. Mr. Geo J. Troutman
  314. Mrs. Anna Ulbrich
  315. Mr. Georg Ulbrich
  316. Miss Frieda Vallendar
  317. Mr. Otto Voigt
  318. Mrs. Una Voigt
  319. Mr. Gustav Vieregge
  320. Mrs. Karoline Vanecek
  321. Mr. Ferencz Vanecek
  322. Mrs. Yanka Vaszilak
  323. Mr. Franz Vaszilak
  324. Mrs. Marie Wittig
  325. Miss Hedwig Wittig
  326. Miss Anna Wallie
  327. Mr. Anton Week
  328. Miss Emma Wienandt
  329. Mr. Conrad Wilckerling
  330. Mr. Roger Weiss
  331. Mrs. Jessie Weiss
  332. Mr. Roger Weiss Jr.
  333. Mr. Robert Worthoff
  334. Mrs. Nettchen Worthoff
  335. Mr. Heinrich Woschinsky
  336. Mrs. Rosalie Woschinsky
  337. Mr. Valentin Wurm
  338. Mrs. Terese Wurm
  339. Mrs. Anna Winzenried
  340. Mr. Arno Wetzstein
  341. Mrs. Anna Wetzstein
  342. Mr. Kurt Wetzstein
  343. Miss Martha Wetzstein
  344. Mrs. Anna Wiedoeft
  345. Mr. Willie Warth
  346. Mr. Chas. L. Woundy
  347. Mr. Max Winterlich
  348. Mr. William Yost
  349. Mr. Christel Zieriacks

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Dietrich
  2. Mr. Oswald Erlinghagen
  3. Mrs. Oswald Erlinghagen
  4. Miss Meta Höft
  5. Mr. Oscar Schubert
  6. Mrs. Oscar Schubert
  7. Mr. B. Strzelecki

Information for Passengers

Meals.

First Cabin.

  • Breakfast is served from 8 to 10 a. m.
  • lunch from 12.30 to 2.30 p. m.
  • dinner at 7 p. m

Second Cabin.

  • Breakfast at 8 a. m.
  • dinner at 12 p. m.
  • supper at 6 p. m

A menu is printed for each meal. Seats at table are allotted by the Chief Steward. In the first cabin breakfast and luncheon are not announced by any signal, however, a bugle call will be sounded 30 minutes before dinner commences. This signal will be repeated when dinner is ready. In the second cabin a steward will ring the bell 15 minutes before mealtimes and again when the meals are ready to be served.

Steamer Chairs. Upon application to the Companys office or to the Deck Steward, steamer-chairs belonging to the Seereise-Comfort-Gesellschaft can be rented for use on the voyage, at a charge of one dollar per chair.

Music. The ship's band performs on the promenade deck during the forenoon from 10 to 11 o'clock, in the first cabin saloon during dinner and in the second cabin from 9-10 p. m.

Staterooms. All staterooms are lighted by electricity. They are also provided with connections for an electric heater, for a hair-curler, as well as for an electric food warmer, by which milk, coffee, etc., can be kept warm during the night. The apparatus will be supplied by the Stewardess.

Passengers are recommended to lock the doors of their staterooms while the steamer is in port.

Baggage. As only small pieces of baggage can be taken into the cabins, all large pieces will be stored in the hold. Access to the hold may be had upon application to the Room Steward.

Hot or cold Baths. A number of comfortable bathrooms are providep aboard. The Bathroom Steward or Stewardess will attend to the bath upon the passenger's request. No charge is made for baths. The water used is sea-water.

Smoking is allowed only on deck and in the Smoking Room ; it is positively prohibited in the cabins and below deck.

The Bar closes at midnight.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloons at 11 p. m. and in the Smoking Room at midnight.

Surgeon and Apothecary. An experienced physician is attached to every steamer. For medical attendance in cases of sickness contracted on board no charge is made; medicines also are provided free of charge. But the ship's physician is allowed to ask the usual fees from travellers who submit themselves to treatment for maladies not contracted during the voyage.

The Barber is entitled to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company.

Library. The books in the library, which may be obtained upon application to the Library Steward, are at the disposal of Passengers, free of charge. A catalogue of the English, French and German books in the ship's library can be had from the Library Steward.

Besides the Library a bookstall, supplied by the firm of George Stilke Berlin, will be found on board, where all the latest newspapers and publications, weekly and monthly magazines, souvenirs, etc., are on sale.

Letters and Telegrams. Only the purser is authorised to receive letters and telegrams for delivery In the next port of call. Several telegraph-codes will be found in his office.

Writing Paper, Envelopes and Telegraph Forms will be supplied by the Saloon Steward.

Valuables or Money. — The Company is not responsible for theft if valuables or money are kept in the staterooms. The same should be placed in charge of the Purser for deposit in his safe, and a receipt will be given on the Company's form. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company can accept no responsibility for loss or damage, however arising, but Passengers can protect themselves by insurance.

Foreign Money. The Purser is prepared to exchange foreign money.

Amusements. A number of pastime games, such as shuffleboard, quoits, chess, dominoes, etc., are provided for on board.

Attendance. The Stewards have strict instructions to attend to the wants of Passengers in a prompt and courteous manner. Passengers are requested to bring any inattention to the notice of the Chief Steward, and if the complaint made is not promptly investigated, to report it to the Captain.

The Electric Bath. Among the novelties introduced for the first time on board S. S. President Lincoln will be found an electric bath, for the use of which no charge is made. Passengers must please apply to the chief-steward, whenever they desire to use it.

Gymnasium. For first class Passengers there is a gymnasium on the boat deck, fitted up with the apparatus of the Swedish-Zander-system is open daily at the following hours:

  • for Gentlemen: from 8-101/2 a. m. and from 3-4 p. m.;
  • for Ladies: from 10 1/2-12 1/2 a. m. and from 4-5 p. m

The gymnasium is in charge of an experienced attendant. Children cannot be admitted.

The Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie

8, Unter den Linden, Berlin W.
Telegraphic Address : Hapag
Telephone 1, 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 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 Télégraphie sans fii" 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 Telegraphic) 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), Crook. haven (Ireland).

Names of the wireless Stations in America: Cape Race (Newfoundland), Sabie Island (Nova Scotia), Siasconset (Massachusetts), Sagaponack (New-York) and Sea Gate (New-York).

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 denominations of $ 10, $ 20, $ 50 and $ 100 and of ht. 50 and .ht. 100 in Germany.

These Cheeks 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.

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, 23h/2 knots average speed.

Fastest ocean-passage westwards:

  • 5 days, 11 hours, 54 minutes

Fastest ocean-passage eastwards:

  • 5 days 7 hours 38 minutes

The new large twin-screw steamers of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie "Cincinnati" and "Cleveland"

The new liner "Cincinnati", which was launched at the yards of the Schichau Shipbuilding Company at Danzig, Germany, in August, 1908, and her sister-ship, the "Cleveland", which was constructed at the yards of Blohm Jr Voss at Hamburg, Germany, are intended for the New-York passenger and freight service, and both vessels are splendidly appointed for the transportation of Passengers as well as freight.

They are similar in type and appearance to the steamers "Kaiserin Auguste Victoria" and "Amerika", though of somewhat smaller dimensions. These vessels afford the greatest comfort and luxury, as they are provided with all of the modern features of the two well-known liners referred to above: they may be classed among the most modern liners of the present day.

The dimensions of the "Cincinnati" and "Cleveland", are as follows : length, about 600 feet ; width, about 65 feet; height, from water-line to upper deck, about 50 feet ; tonnage, 17,000 tons. They are built of the best steel, and are provided with 5 steel decks and a double bottom extending the entire length of the ship. which latter is sub-divided into numerous water-tight chambers, and the hull itself is divided into 11 water-tight compartments.

Two wellbalanced high and low pressure engines of the quadruple expansion type, which are supplied with steam from three double and three single boilers, give these vessels a speed of about 15 1/2 knots.

They have the capacity for about

  • 230 First Cabin Passengers
  • 400 Second Cabin Passengers
  • 530 Third Cable Passengers
  • 2200 Steerage Passengers

and have a cargo capacity of about 15,000 tons. The crew comprises about 360 officers and men.

The accommodations in the first cabin have received special attention, and in addition to the large number of ordinary staterooms there will be 70 rooms for the sole use of one passenger; several suites comprising parlor, bedroom and bath-room, and number of large rooms with bath and toilet.

The spacious dining-room, which is located on the upper deck, has been equipped with small tables for two, four and six persons, and the saloon is large enough to accommodate all Passengers at one sitting, even during the height of the season.

On the promenade deck there is located a spacious lounge, music room, writing room, smoking room and gymnasium, and on the different promenade decks sheltered corners are provided affording protection from the wind and weather when the conditions are unfavorable.

In addition to the above-named features, there is an electric passenger elevator connecting the different decks, a well-equipped gymnasium with electrical apparatus electric light baths, a dark room for photography, a book-stall, library, Office of the Passenger Department etc.

For promenading there are two large promenade decks, and in addition there is a large open deck on the top of the uppermost deck-house.

The arrangement of the second cabin has also been given special attention, and affords every modern comfort and convenience. The main saloon, ladies' parlor and the smoking room are similar in size, design and decoration to those of our most recent vessels.

For the safety of the vessel, the doors of the water-tight compartments have been equipped with the automatic hydraulic devices, enabling the Captain to close all of the doors in few seconds from the bridge. The vessels have also been equipped with sub-marine bell systems, fire extinguisher., a complete Sr. alarm system, steam pumps, etc.

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 a 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.

July 1910 Westbound Voyage - S.S. President Lincoln

  • Date of Voyage: 1910 July 24 - August 8
  • Vessel: President Lincoln
  • Class: First and Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Hamburg » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: Hahn
  • Number of Printed Pages: 52 (Paginated)
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation
    • First Cabin:
      • To New York: 262
      • To Boulogne-sur-Mer: 6
      • To Southampton: 23
    • Second Cabin:
      • To New York: 349
      • To Southampton: 7
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 32
  • Language(s): German and English
  • Dimensions: 11.2 x 19.5 cm
  • Binding: Center Staples
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 145, Column 2
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