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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line, S.S. Cincinnati, 8 September 1910

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Cincinnati of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 8 September 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, 8 September 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. Jacobs
  6. Third Officer E. Gerdasmann
  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 C. Hopp
  14. Fourth Engineer H. Bauermeister
  15. Fourth Engineer A. Mayer
  16. Electrician W. Ohm
  17. First Physician Dr. Ludwig Pauly
  18. Second Physician Dr. Hans Schmidt
  19. First Chief Steward H. Westermann
  20. Second Chief Steward G. Schwartz
  21. Third Chief Steward A. Hauschild
  22. Assistant Chief Steward F. Claussen
  23. Assistant Chief Steward A. Schmidt
  24. Assistant Chief Steward E. Reupcke
  25. Purser D. Peinert
  26. Provision Master L. Meiling
  27. Assistant Purser H. Krüger
  28. Assistant Purser Fr. Ott
  29. Chief Cook M. Meisner
  30. First Cook R. Schwarz
  31. First Cook P. Gebhardt
  32. Baggage Master: C. Schwarck
  33. Leiter des Musikensembles: C. Poschardt
  34. Representative of the Hamburg-America Line Passenger Division: Gustav Wedekind

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

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

  1. Miss Lucy Adam
  2. Mrs. G. C. Archer
  3. Mrs. Mary J. Anderson
  4. Miss Lucille Anderson
  5. Miss Ruth Anderson
  6. Miss Jane Bigelow
  7. Mr. Frank E. Bogues
  8. Mr. Robt. A. Bagnell
  9. Mr. W. W. Beebe
  10. Mrs. W. W. Beebe
  11. Miss Beebe
  12. Mr. Francis C. Bonner
  13. Mr. J. T. Bottomley
  14. Mrs. J. T. Bottomley
  15. Mr. Geo W. Blossom
  16. Mrs. Geo W. Blossom
  17. Miss Katherine M. Blossom
  18. Mr. George B. Blossom
  19. Mr. Francis R. Blossom
  20. Mr. Leon Braun
  21. Mr. B. Barries
  22. Mr. S. Leonard Boyce
  23. Mrs. S. Leonard Boyce
  24. Miss Helen Boyce
  25. Miss Elizabeth Boyce
  26. Mr. William Reynolds Brown
  27. Mr. Chas. P. Blancy
  28. Mrs. Chas. P. Blancy
  29. Mr. K. E. Bunnell
  30. Mrs. K. E. Bunnell
  31. Mrs. W. P. Billings
  32. Mr. W. F. Brintzinger
  33. Mr. George Bruck
  34. Mrs. George Bruck
  35. Mrs. H. L. Block
  36. Miss Margaret B. Block
  37. Miss Anna M. Block
  38. Miss Hull Block
  39. Mr. Victor L. Berger
  40. Mr. Direktor Emil L. Boas
  41. Mr. Courtney Burr
  42. Mrs. George H. Burr
  43. Miss Olga Boenkhen
  44. Mr. A. Z. Bendheim
  45. Miss de Carriere
  46. Mr. Clarence Abuer Chamberlin
  47. Mr. F. J. Clamer
  48. Mrs. F. J. Clamer
  49. Miss Maria Clamer
  50. Mrs. Jas. Cool
  51. Mr. R. J. Cary
  52. Mrs. A. Colter
  53. Miss Ella Colter
  54. Mr. Robert W. Craiz
  55. Miss M. Chappell
  56. Miss Rose B. Chisman
  57. Mrs. A. D. Crozier
  58. Miss Marion A. Crozier
  59. Miss Harriet S. Crozier
  60. Miss Lita Camp
  61. Mrs. Nelly Camp
  62. Mrs. John B. Drayton
  63. Miss Margaret Drayton
  64. Miss Catharine Drayton
  65. Miss Isabel Dinkey
  66. Mrs. Max Danziger
  67. Miss Maybelle Davis
  68. Mr. Richard Henry Depew
  69. Mr. Richard Henry Depewjr
  70. Mr. W. J. Duana
  71. Mr. D. W. Dougherty
  72. Mr. Ernst Dietel
  73. Mrs. James E. Dean
  74. Mr. Willi. Engelmann
  75. Mrs. Ophelia Ehrman
  76. Miss Elizabeth Eamman
  77. Mr. Everett Earle
  78. Miss J. Ellwood
  79. Mr. Percival E. Foerderer
  80. Mrs. Percival E. Foerderer
  81. Mr. Leopold Friedmann
  82. Mrs. Leopold Friedmann
  83. Mrs. Caroline Friedberger
  84. Mrs. G. W. Fairman
  85. Mr. John Favill
  86. Mr. Robert Fleer
  87. Mrs. Robert Fleer
  88. Mr. Robert Fleer Jr.
  89. Mrs. Emil Frenkel
  90. Mr. John Flanagan
  91. Mrs. John Flanagan
  92. Mr. John Flanagan Jr.
  93. Miss Medora Freeman
  94. Mr. George Zieber Goetz
  95. Mr. Livingston Gifford
  96. Mrs. Livingston Gifford
  97. Miss Evelyn Gifford
  98. Mr. Douglas H. Gordon
  99. Mrs. Douglas H. Gordon
  100. Mr. A. Goodman
  101. Mrs. A. Goodman
  102. Mr. Wm. Goodman
  103. Mr. Abe Goodman Jr.
  104. Mr. Chas. Goodman and Servants
  105. Mr. John M. Green
  106. Mr. Warren Goddard
  107. Mrs. Warren Goddard
  108. Miss Helen Goldstein
  109. Mrs. Wm. Goldstein
  110. Mr. Alvin Heyman
  111. Mr. Christian Heurich
  112. Mrs. Christian Heurich
  113. Mr. Christian Heurich Jr.
  114. Miss Anita Heurich
  115. Miss Karla Heurich
  116. Mr. S. H. Hirsch
  117. Mrs. Marie Hilgendorff
  118. Mrs. Emma Hall-Weiler
  119. Mrs. George J. Heusner
  120. Mr. Williams E. Hutchings
  121. Mrs. Williams E. Hutchings
  122. Dr. M. B. Hertzell
  123. Mr. Robert Hind
  124. Mrs. Edw. M Harlam
  125. Miss Beatrice Harlam
  126. Miss Cordelia Jackson
  127. Miss Marg. Jackson
  128. Mr. A. T. Johnson
  129. Mrs. Edward H. Johnson
  130. Miss Florence Earle Johnson
  131. Mr. Stanhope Boyne Jones
  132. Miss Hattie L. Jefferson
  133. Miss Adaline Jone
  134. Mr. Ferdinand F. Jelke
  135. Mr. F. Kreuter
  136. Mrs. F. Kreuter
  137. Mrs. Josefine Kauffman
  138. Miss Winifred H. King
  139. Mr. P. L. Keyser
  140. Mrs. S. Kritzman
  141. Miss Ida Kittay
  142. Mr. Dean Kalbfleisch
  143. Mr. M. D. Kalbfleisch
  144. Miss Jeanette Kennedy
  145. Miss Anna B. Kennedy
  146. Mr. F. W. Lafrentz
  147. Mrs. F. W. Lafrentz
  148. Miss Olga L. Lafrentz
  149. Miss Hazel R. Lafrentz
  150. Miss Bertha Lew
  151. Dr. J. King Love
  152. Mr. Hermann Levy
  153. Mrs. Hermann Levy
  154. Miss Mary Longworth
  155. Dr. S. Levin
  156. Mrs. M. L. Mozier
  157. Mr. Walter Briggs. Mason
  158. Hon. Robt. von Moschzisker
  159. Mr. James Mullen
  160. Mrs. James Mullen
  161. Mr. J. B. Mulford
  162. Mr. M. S. Meyerhoff
  163. Mrs. M. S. Meyerhoff
  164. Mr. Paul Meyerhoff
  165. Mr. Direktor W. Meyn
  166. Miss Ida Maneuvre
  167. Mr. H. H. Mayer
  168. Mrs. H. H. Mayer and Kind and Servants
  169. Mr. Julius A. May
  170. Mrs. Julius A. May
  171. Miss M. Mounts
  172. Mr. W. W. Mounts
  173. Mr. H. K. Messick
  174. Mrs. O. Newman
  175. Dr. Paul Nathan with Servants
  176. Mr. James H. Oppenheimer
  177. Mrs. Sylvia Oppenheimer
  178. Mrs. S. Oppenheimer
  179. Miss Cecilie Oppenheimer
  180. Mr. Chas. A. O'Neil
  181. Mrs. H. E. Packer
  182. Mrs. O. H. Perry
  183. Miss Esther M. Perry
  184. Mrs. Anna J. H. Pennybacker
  185. Miss Ruth Pennybacker
  186. Mr. Pavey V. Pennybacker
  187. Mr. James H. Penniman
  188. Dr. Josiah H. Penniman
  189. Mrs. J. L. Penniman
  190. Miss Sarah E. Power
  191. Mr. W. F. Pattan
  192. Mrs. W. F. Pattan
  193. Miss Ruth Pattan and Servants
  194. Mr. Frederick Peters
  195. Mr. Richard H. Pleasants
  196. Mr. Thos. V. Porter
  197. Mrs. Thos. V. Porter
  198. Mrs. Thos. V. Porter
  199. Miss Bessie Porter
  200. Miss Ruth Porter
  201. Mr. Captain S. D. Rockenbach
  202. Mr. Thomas Reath Jr.
  203. Mr. Perez Rosenberg
  204. Mrs. Perez Rosenberg
  205. Mr. Julian Rosenberg
  206. Mr. Lester Rosskam
  207. Mr. S. M. Rosenthal
  208. Mrs. S. M. Rosenthal
  209. Miss Rosenthal
  210. Miss Margaret Ross
  211. Miss Jessie Rilot
  212. Mrs. B. Siegel
  213. Mr. Benjamin Siegel
  214. Mr. Leonard Siegel
  215. Mr. Louis Stern
  216. Mrs. Louis Stern
  217. Mr. Paul Stern
  218. Miss Florence Stern
  219. Mr. Professor Henry P. Smith
  220. Frau. Professor Henry P. Smith
  221. Mr. F. G. Smith Jr.
  222. Mrs. P. G. Smith Jr.
  223. Mr. Clarke Smith
  224. Mr. C. L. Smith
  225. Miss Sylvia Smith
  226. Mr. John Adams Scudder
  227. Mrs. M. Schwenger
  228. Mr. B. Steiner
  229. Mrs. B. Steiner and Child
  230. Mrs. E. A. Salisbury
  231. Mr. A. P. Schmidt
  232. Mr. Chas. Fred Steinway
  233. Mrs. E. Strong
  234. Mr. J. Saul
  235. Miss E. Saul
  236. Mr. Robert Sehurig
  237. Miss Elise Streiff
  238. Mr. Ricardo Streber
  239. Miss Julia Streber
  240. Mrs. Marie Tetzlaff
  241. Mr. Tetzlaff
  242. Mr. Nelson Taylor
  243. Mrs. Nelson Taylor and Servants
  244. Miss Eva Terrall
  245. Mr. L. E. Townley
  246. Mrs. A. K. Wolff
  247. Miss Florence Wolff
  248. Miss Stella Wolff
  249. Mr. Herbert Wolff
  250. Mr. Richard Wolff
  251. Mr. E. P. Williams
  252. Mrs. E. P. Williams
  253. Mrs. Thos. H. Williams
  254. Miss Vida C. Williams
  255. Mrs. Frederick D. White
  256. Mrs. James Willcox
  257. Mrs. William Willcox
  258. Miss Eulalie Willcox
  259. Mr. F. O. Wells
  260. Mrs. F. O. Wells
  261. Miss Dorothy V. Wells
  262. Mr. L. Weingarten
  263. Mrs. L. Weingarten and Servants
  264. Miss Hannah Wieting
  265. Mrs. Lizzie S. Webb
  266. Mr. W. W. Wentz
  267. Mrs. W. W. Wentz
  268. Miss Edith P. Warner
  269. Mr. Harold L. Warner
  270. Miss Miriam L. Weil
  271. Mr. Daniel Zimmermann

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. J. Sinclair Armstrong
  2. Mrs. J. Sinclair Armstrong
  3. Miss Armstrong and Servants
  4. Mr. Sven Anderson
  5. Mrs. Sven Anderson
  6. Miss Melita Anderson
  7. Lady Abinger
  8. Sir John Brickwood
  9. Sir Archer Brickwood
  10. Mr. Eduard Brill
  11. Mr. F. Bachmann
  12. Mr. Alfred De Buys
  13. Mrs. Alfred De Buys
  14. Miss Marg. De Buys
  15. Miss Alice De Buys
  16. Lord Camerthen
  17. Miss D. Van Dyke
  18. Mr. Paul Greve
  19. Mrs. Paul Greve
  20. Mr. Hermann Goldschmidt
  21. Mr. George Goldschmidt
  22. Mr. W. de Geijer
  23. Mr. E. de Geijer
  24. Mr. Paul Gulden
  25. Mrs. Paul Gulden
  26. Mr. Prof. Max Hummel
  27. Mrs. Prof. Max Hummel
  28. Miss Frieda Hummel
  29. Mr. Vize-Konsul Wilhelm von Kuhlmann
  30. Mrs. Violet Kallenbach
  31. Miss Lucy Kallenbach
  32. Mr. Harry Kallenbach
  33. Mr. Ludwig Krahl
  34. Dr. Lappenberg
  35. Mrs. Dr. Lappenberg
  36. Her Grace The Duchess of Leeds and Servants
  37. Mr. Moritz von zur Mühlen
  38. Mr. R. Meyer
  39. Mrs. R. Meyer
  40. Miss Rosi Meissner
  41. Lady G. Osborne
  42. Mr. Albert Pulvermann
  43. Mr. S. G. Ponsouby
  44. Mrs. S. G. Ponsouby and Children
  45. Mr. R. Padfield
  46. Mr. Freiherr Ernst von Salza und Lichtenau, Royal. Saxon Messenger
  47. Mrs. Freifrau Marie von Salza und Lichtenau, née Countess Vitzthum of Eckstaedt
  48. Miss Marie Barbara von Salza und Lichtenau
  49. Miss Karia von Salza und Lichtenau
  50. Mr. Hary Silding Reid
  51. Mrs. Hary Silding Reid
  52. Miss D. Silding Reid
  53. Dr. Uhlmann
  54. Mrs. Dr. Uhlmann
  55. Mr. Max Voss
  56. Mr. Anenrin Williams
  57. Mr. Geh. Legationsrat Joh. Zahn

To Cherbourg:

  1. Mrs. Direktor Emil S Boas and Servants
  2. Mrs. S. W. Morshead
  3. Mr. Morshead Jr.
  4. Mr. Richard Mussfeldt
  5. Mrs. Armgard von Radowitz

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Andrussier
  2. Miss Marie Anschauer
  3. Miss Gertrud Andrae
  4. Mrs. Amay Armstrong
  5. Mr. Geo H. Alfs
  6. Mrs. Geo H. Alfs
  7. Miss Johanna Andler
  8. Mr. Bruno Andler
  9. Miss Viola Adam
  10. Mr. Joseph Albert
  11. Mrs. Joseph Albert
  12. Mrs. Helene Auerbacher
  13. Mr. Johann Adelmann
  14. Miss Emma Althaus
  15. Mr. Paul Arm
  16. Miss Katalin Anton
  17. Miss Marianne Bitzlberger
  18. Mr. Robert Bauer
  19. Mrs. Robert Bauer
  20. Mr. Wm. Brendle
  21. Mrs. Wm. Brendle
  22. Miss Käthe Bergherr
  23. Mrs. Katherine Braun
  24. Miss Lina Braun
  25. Mrs. J. Beckert
  26. Mr. John Behrens
  27. Mrs. Dora Behrens
  28. Mr. J. L. Bergner
  29. Miss Elsa Becker
  30. Mrs. Moritz Boel and Child
  31. Mr. Rudolf Bardewyck
  32. Mrs. Rudolf Bardewyck
  33. Mr. Gerhard Boerner
  34. Mrs. Kathinka Boerner
  35. Mr. Ludwig Boerner
  36. Mrs. Auguste Boerner
  37. Mrs. Amanda Bahnsen
  38. Miss Ella Bang
  39. Mr. Charles Baer
  40. Mrs. Charles Baer and Kind
  41. Mr. Clarence Boysen
  42. Mr. Conrad Boysen
  43. Mrs. Ida Boysen
  44. Miss Ilma Boysen
  45. Miss Edna Boysen
  46. Miss Josine Bundesen
  47. Mr. Hermann Bundesen
  48. Mr. John Bahr
  49. Miss Emma Bahr
  50. Mr. Walter Bahr
  51. Mr. Theodor Baaske
  52. Mr. Ernst A. Brede
  53. Mr. Henry Behrend
  54. Miss Magdalene Bohdan
  55. Mr. Fred Brisk
  56. Mr. Bochler
  57. Mrs. Elise Boedcher
  58. Mrs. Elisab. Banar
  59. Mr. Josef Banar
  60. Mr. Jan Banar
  61. Miss Elisab. Banar
  62. Miss Agnes Banar
  63. Mr. Franziszek Balloch
  64. Miss Helene Brenner
  65. Mr. Albert Bluhm
  66. Mr. Leopold Bluhm
  67. Mrs. E. Bronstein
  68. Mrs. Wm. Boeppler
  69. Mr. Fred Boyd
  70. Mrs. Fred Boyd
  71. Miss Berta Bertschinger
  72. Mr. Bernhard Baum
  73. Mr. A. H. Bachmann
  74. Mrs. A. H. Bachmann
  75. Miss Mande Bachmann
  76. Mrs. Barbara Bergmann
  77. Mr. Harry von Brook
  78. Miss Grace Bunce
  79. Mr. Rudolf Beckmann
  80. Mrs. Maria Beckmann and Child
  81. Mrs. Lina Biermann
  82. Miss Anna Beine
  83. Mr. Gerhard Becker
  84. Mrs. Gerhard Becker
  85. Miss Charlotte Becker
  86. Miss Lydia Bottner
  87. Miss Ida Bucks
  88. Mr. Jürgen Böhrensen
  89. Miss Margarethe Bosch
  90. Miss Emma Bahr
  91. Miss Marie Bindermann
  92. Mrs. Mary Budzinska and Child
  93. Mr. Moritz Basseches
  94. Miss Gassie Basseches
  95. Mrs. Peter Carstens and Children
  96. Mr. P. Christensen
  97. Mr. I. Grant Cramer
  98. Mrs. Milian Cramer
  99. Mrs. Samuel Cohen
  100. Miss Helena Cipera
  101. Miss C. B. Cowlay
  102. Mr. Eduard Csoll
  103. Mrs. Matilde Csoll
  104. Miss Matilde Csoll
  105. Miss Marie Cermak
  106. Miss Antonia Czopiak
  107. Miss Lucija Cagran
  108. Miss Elisab. Cagran
  109. Mrs. Paul Dwenger
  110. Miss Helen Dwenger
  111. Miss Dorothee Dwenger
  112. Mr. Erich Duns
  113. Mr. Edward Duns
  114. Mrs. Sophie Duns
  115. Miss Clara Duns
  116. Mr. August Dethlefs
  117. Miss Elsbeth Diederichs
  118. Mrs. Alma Dorner
  119. Mr. Harry Dorner
  120. Mr. Hermann Dorner
  121. Miss Martha Drescher
  122. Frau. Barbara Dittrich
  123. Miss Else Drenkhahn
  124. Miss EIIy Drenkhahn
  125. Mr. Helmuth Dickmann
  126. Mr. Lawrence J. Damm
  127. Mr. Daniel Donvan
  128. Mr. Fred. Endress
  129. Mr. John Endress
  130. Miss Catherine Endress
  131. Mrs. Marie Engel
  132. Mrs. Selma Engel
  133. Mrs. Marg. Engel
  134. Miss Johanna Engel
  135. Mr. Walter Engel
  136. Mr. E. Engel
  137. Miss Johanna Etzer
  138. Mrs. Henriette Eichmann
  139. Mrs. K. L. Ettlinger
  140. Mr. S. Ehrlich
  141. Mrs. S. Ehrlich
  142. Miss Regina Ehrlich
  143. Mr. Charles Egstein
  144. Miss Charlotte Ersson
  145. Mr. John Frödthandl
  146. Mr. Henry O. Fuhrberg
  147. Mrs. Henry O. Fuhrberg
  148. Mr. Oscar Fehrmann
  149. Mr. Julius Fichtl
  150. Mrs. Julius Fichtl and Children
  151. Miss Bettie Fuhrmann
  152. Mr. Emil Fränkel
  153. Mrs. R. Fetzner
  154. Miss Pauline Fetzner
  155. Mrs. Katalin Fuchs
  156. Mr. Josef Fuchs
  157. Miss Elise Fisch
  158. Mrs. E. B. Feller
  159. Mrs. Mary Feistel
  160. Miss Elise Feistel
  161. Mr. Walter Fischer
  162. Mr. Rudolf Frei
  163. Mr. Morris Feldon
  164. Mrs. Fanny Feldon
  165. Miss Milared Feldon
  166. Mr. Karl Göhmann
  167. Mr. Henry Groudahl
  168. Mrs. Henry Groudahl
  169. Miss Emma Gunther
  170. Mr. Frank Glinke
  171. Mrs. Frank Glinke
  172. Mrs. Hermine Green
  173. Mr. E. Herbert Gilg
  174. Mrs. Max Gross
  175. Miss S. Gross
  176. Miss A. Gross
  177. Miss Elsa Grönwoldt
  178. Mrs. Amelia Gasslee
  179. Mr. Gilbert L. Gasslee
  180. Mrs. Tilli Goodmann
  181. Mr. Max Gruber
  182. Mrs. Josephine Gruber
  183. Mr. Paul Grimm
  184. Mr. Franz Grill
  185. Mrs. Louise Grill
  186. Mr. Jacob Greenberg
  187. Mrs. Jacob Greenberg
  188. Mr. Imie Greenberg
  189. Miss Riwa Greenberg
  190. Mr. Michael Grederer
  191. Mr. Samuels B. Goldberg
  192. Mr. Howald C. Gray
  193. Mrs. Howald C. Gray
  194. Mr. Donald Grey
  195. Mr. Charles Grey
  196. Mr. Walter Glyn
  197. Mr. H. W. Goldwater
  198. Mr. Andreas Gutekunst
  199. Rev. Albert Goetz
  200. Miss T. Grose
  201. Mr. Saul Grill
  202. Mr. Max Grose
  203. Miss Elise Grisel
  204. Mrs. Herman Gerken
  205. Mr. Willy Gerken
  206. Miss Alice Gerken
  207. Mrs. Hedwig Heymsfeld
  208. Mrs. Julia Heil
  209. Miss Elsie Heil
  210. Mr. Heinr. Horstmann
  211. Mrs. Mary Hempel
  212. Mr. Reinhold Hartmann
  213. Mrs. Reinhold Hartmann
  214. Mr. Fred Hennings
  215. Mr. Arthur Beck Hamilton
  216. Mr. Kenneth Gardnier Hamilton
  217. Miss Victoria Högel
  218. Mr. Fritz Heimerdinger
  219. Mrs. Anna Heimerdinger
  220. Mr. Jens Hansen
  221. Mr. Hermann Hansen
  222. Miss Rosa Hansen
  223. Miss Josine Hansen
  224. Mr. Gustav Henke
  225. Mr. Franz Hariton
  226. Mrs. Antoinette Hariton
  227. Miss Anna Hlavackova
  228. Miss L. Haberli
  229. Miss Mathilde Holzbrecher
  230. Frau. Margarethe Henke
  231. Mr. Pastor H. Helweg
  232. Mrs. Ellen M. Helweg
  233. Mrs. Louise Himmer
  234. Mr. George Himmer
  235. Mrs. Therese Hofmann
  236. Mr. Emil Herbold
  237. Mr. Konrad Hilk
  238. Mr. Gustav Henk
  239. Mrs. H. Hurwitz
  240. Mrs. Mathilde Hartman
  241. Mrs. Emma Herschmann
  242. Mrs. John Hutter
  243. Mr. Frank Hutter
  244. Mrs. H. V. D. Heinz
  245. Mr. Isaac Hyman
  246. Mrs. Christine Honig
  247. Mr. Anton Haubl
  248. Mr. Adolf Heinze
  249. Mr. Paul Heckel
  250. Miss Frieda Henning
  251. Miss Annie Jewczak
  252. Mrs. Marie Jesensky
  253. Mr. Carl Jensen
  254. Dr. B. W. Junge
  255. Miss Helene Lich
  256. Mr. Otto Juschke
  257. Mr. Hans Johannsen
  258. Mr. Samuel Jerochim
  259. Mrs. Helene Juergens
  260. Mr. Chas. Kohn
  261. Mr. Herm. Kohl
  262. Miss Hannah Kaufmann
  263. Mrs. Kath. Kanz
  264. Mr. Philipp Knauber
  265. Mr. Victor Kafka
  266. Mr. Johann H. Köster
  267. Mr. Klein
  268. Mrs. Lina Klein
  269. Mrs. Beile Kohane
  270. Mr. Friedrich Arthur Kuhn
  271. Miss Erna Kühnel
  272. Miss Hedwig Kurz
  273. Mr. Fred Kaplan
  274. Mr. Josef Kost
  275. Mrs. Iwa Kornes
  276. Miss Ehne Kornes
  277. Mr. Abram Kornes
  278. Mr. George Kane
  279. Mr. A. Kalasch
  280. Mrs. A. Kalasch
  281. Mr. Ferdinand Kramer
  282. Mrs. Barbara Kramer
  283. Miss Martha Kohn
  284. Mr. Hans Kleemann
  285. Frau. Chas. Kulfuss
  286. Miss Lilly Kulfuss
  287. Mr. Chas. M. O. Keefe
  288. Mr. Cadi Klein
  289. Mrs. Cadi Klein
  290. Miss Klein
  291. Mr. Julius Kess
  292. Miss G. Kaehler
  293. Mrs. Mariem Kaczck
  294. Mr. James Kosowir
  295. Mr. Leon Kozakiewicz
  296. Mrs. Johanna Kozakiewicz
  297. Mr. Hans Klein
  298. Miss Marie Lander
  299. Mr. Ed. Lundgren
  300. Mr. John Lieni
  301. Mrs. John Lieni
  302. Mrs. Kathinka Lang
  303. Miss Alwine Lampe
  304. Mrs. Käthie Lenz
  305. Mrs. Korone Lenz
  306. Mr. Karl Lenz
  307. Mr. Max Loewenthal
  308. Miss Maria Lehnen
  309. Mrs. Rosa Letzter
  310. Mrs. Elisabeth Linhart
  311. Mr. Stefan Loeffler
  312. Mrs. A. K. Löhner
  313. Miss Anna Kata Löhner
  314. Mrs. Riwka Lustig
  315. Mr. Benjamin Lustig
  316. Mrs. Appolonia Linder
  317. Mr. Paul Leptien
  318. Mrs. Helene Lehr
  319. Miss C. Lehr
  320. Mr. F. Lange
  321. Miss Elisab. Linster
  322. Mr. R. H. Linkhard
  323. Miss Marie Lindhorst
  324. Miss Emilie Lampl-Mayerhofer
  325. Mr. Henry Matthiassen
  326. Miss F. M. Meylan
  327. Mrs. Minna Mueller
  328. Miss McInnis
  329. Mrs. G. Mintler
  330. Miss Anna Mintler
  331. Mr. G. Mintler
  332. Miss Martha Mertz
  333. Mrs. Elise Minks
  334. Miss Hedwig Minks
  335. Mrs. Hermina Moskovitz
  336. Mr. Hermann Merl
  337. Mr. William Mencke
  338. Miss Marie Molidor
  339. Mrs. Rarbara Matejkova
  340. Mr. Max Moses
  341. Mrs. Max Moses
  342. Mr. Stefan Menzl
  343. Mr. Senö Majorossy, gen. D. I. Andreé
  344. Mr. Fred Meyer
  345. Miss Maria Möller
  346. Mrs. E. Mohritz
  347. Miss Louise Mohritz
  348. Miss Isabel Mohritz
  349. Miss Ernestine Mohritz
  350. Mr. Edw. A. Muller
  351. Mrs. Edw. A. Muller
  352. Mr. Edw. Muller Jr.
  353. Miss Hedwig Muller
  354. Miss Alice F. Merrill
  355. Miss Kuni Meissel
  356. Miss Rosa Moskowitz
  357. Mrs. Lina Marquardt
  358. Mr. Karl Marquardt
  359. Mr. Alfred Marquardt
  360. Mr. A. Meyer
  361. Mrs. A. Meyer
  362. Miss A. Meyer
  363. Mrs. Clara Marcus
  364. Miss Elisabeth Niemann
  365. Miss Amanda Nickelsen
  366. Mr. Fritz Neher
  367. Mrs. Pauline Neher
  368. Miss Pauline Neher
  369. Mr. John Neuroth
  370. Mr. Peter Nissen
  371. Mr. Hermann Niemann
  372. Mrs. Hermann Niemann
  373. Miss Bertha Nitsch
  374. Mr. L. M. Nelson
  375. Mrs. Hannah Nelson
  376. Miss Mabel Nelson
  377. Mr. Melvin Nelson
  378. Miss Daisy Needham
  379. Mr. Henry Niehaus
  380. Mrs. Emma Niehaus
  381. Mr. Jegeschna Neumark
  382. Miss Emma Oest
  383. Mr. Hans Osther
  384. Mrs. Anna Osther
  385. Mr. Robert Oberfellner
  386. Mr. Albert A. Peckert
  387. Miss Sophie Pastor
  388. Mr. August Paulsen
  389. Mrs. Marie Paulsen
  390. Mr. Friedr. Paulsen
  391. Miss Frieda Pagel
  392. Mrs. Dorothea Prinz
  393. Mr. John Petry
  394. Mrs. Katharina Petry
  395. Mr. Jacob Petry
  396. Mr. John Petry
  397. Mrs. Mary Polerecki
  398. Miss Margil Polerecki
  399. Mr. August Papez
  400. Miss Caroline Prehn
  401. Mr. David Prager
  402. Mrs. Mathilde Prager
  403. Miss Laura B. Pfeiffer
  404. Mr. Franz Parkan
  405. Miss Apolonie Psochaska
  406. Mr. Josef W. Quatmann
  407. Mrs. Mary Quatmann
  408. Mr. Peter Heinrich Rump
  409. Mrs. Johanna Rump
  410. Miss Johanna Rump
  411. Miss Emma Rump
  412. Miss Emma M. Ruge
  413. Miss Lillian Roessing
  414. Mr. E. Rittenhouse
  415. Mr. Albert Rist
  416. Mrs. Hulda Rist
  417. Miss Elsa Rist
  418. Mr. Walther Rist
  419. Mr. Emanuel Reichard
  420. Mrs. Cilie Reichard
  421. Miss Ethel Reichard
  422. Mr. Harry Reichard
  423. Miss Helene Rimke
  424. Mr. Georg J. Boesch
  425. Miss Auguste Riske
  426. Miss Marie Blake
  427. Mr. Alexander Rothstein
  428. Mr. Wolf Roches
  429. Miss Apolonia Rochazka
  430. Mr. Arthnr Reinhardt
  431. Mr. Franz Ritz
  432. Mr. Moses Rawiezer
  433. Mr. Josef Reiss
  434. Mr. Emil Basch
  435. Miss Frieda Rasch
  436. Miss Eleonor Rentz
  437. Mr. Adolf Rosenblum
  438. Mr. M. Rosenblatt
  439. Mrs. Bella A. Read
  440. Mr. J. H. Redfield
  441. Miss Teresa Rieger
  442. Mrs. George Rappenglück
  443. Mr. G. F. Reinking
  444. Mr. Franz Rosener
  445. Mr. Josef Reiss
  446. Miss Blume Ruzaiskaja
  447. Mr. G. S. Richards
  448. Mrs. G. S. Richards
  449. Frau. Emma Rosenberg
  450. Mr. Ernst Rosenberg
  451. Mr. Josef Rettenbeck
  452. Mr. Georg Rudiger
  453. Mr. Hubert Siebert
  454. Mr. Thomas Sauer
  455. Mr. Konrad Sauer
  456. Mrs. Johanne Scheele
  457. Mr. Franz Sacher
  458. Mrs. Julia Stocke
  459. Mr. Alfred Solman
  460. Mr. Robert M. Staples
  461. Mrs. Georg Schnepper
  462. Mr. Alfred Schleif
  463. Mrs. Herm. Schleif
  464. Miss Lydia Schramm
  465. Mr. Wm. J. Selling
  466. Miss Lena Schukai
  467. Mrs. Hedwig Schmidt
  468. Mr. Bernhardt Schmidt
  469. Miss Sophia Schmidt
  470. Mr. Adolf Semtner
  471. Mrs. Anna Semtner
  472. Mr. Ernst Stoepler
  473. Mrs. Margarete Stoepler
  474. Mr. Ernst Scheffel
  475. Mrs. Susanne Sitz
  476. Mrs. Catharine Starr
  477. Mr. Karl Senf
  478. Mr. Aug. Senf
  479. Mr. Em. Merz Schmid
  480. Mrs. Em. Merz Schmid
  481. Mr. Heinr. Schettler
  482. Mrs. Grete Sohettler
  483. Mr. Adam Schwabe
  484. Mrs. Bertha Schwab
  485. Miss Edmas Schwale
  486. Mrs. Anna Stern
  487. Miss Antonie Stadler
  488. Mr. Max Stabler
  489. Mrs. Maria Staller
  490. Mr. Willibald Sölliner
  491. Mr. Georg Sallinger
  492. Miss Marie Schulze
  493. Mr. Andreas Schultes
  494. Mrs. Elisabeth Schultes
  495. Mr. Mathias Starch
  496. Miss Elisabeth Seidemann
  497. Mr. Jacob Spiegel
  498. Miss Caroline Schmidt
  499. Mrs. Kat. Sztanko
  500. Miss Henriette Stuck
  501. Mr. Emanuel Schmauck
  502. Mrs. Edm. Schmauck
  503. Miss Luise Schmauck
  504. Miss Helen Schmauck
  505. Mrs. Nikolaus Schultz
  506. Miss Eleanor Schultz
  507. Miss Mildred Schultz
  508. Miss Elizabeth Schaefer
  509. Mr. Rudolf Schmidt
  510. Miss Marie Schütt
  511. Miss Mario Stehr
  512. Mr. Albert Sülzenfuß
  513. Mr. W. H. Short
  514. Rev. Chr. Staebler
  515. Mrs. Marie Schellbach
  516. Miss Christine Sarama
  517. Mrs. M. Schlesinger
  518. Miss Julie Spleth
  519. Mr. A. Schaub
  520. Mrs. Chat. Schreiner
  521. Miss Emma Schreiner
  522. Mrs. Josephine Schulz
  523. Mr. Fcrencz Schwachtye
  524. Mrs. Elise Schwachtye
  525. Mrs. Maria Schuh
  526. Miss Maria Schuh
  527. Mr. Bela Schuh
  528. Dr. A. D. Schragg
  529. Mrs. May Wood Simon
  530. Mr. Mirian Simon
  531. Mr. Konrad Späth
  532. Mrs. Anna Späth
  533. Mrs. Fanny Trebitsch
  534. Mr. Georges Thereses
  535. Mr. R. Tautenhahn
  536. Mrs. R. Tautenhahn
  537. Mrs. Hatzel Taplez
  538. Mr. Erwin Tretler
  539. Mr. Bennevoie Thereses
  540. Mrs. Bennevoie Thereses
  541. Mr. Gustav Troltsch
  542. Mrs. Gustav Troltsch
  543. Mrs. M. Trotman
  544. Mr. Wilhelm Törber
  545. Miss Aurelia Towne
  546. Miss Iren Tornai
  547. Mrs. Stella Tobias
  548. Miss Hanna Tobias
  549. Miss Beatrice Tobias
  550. Mr. M. Underberg
  551. Mrs. M. Underberg
  552. Mr. Jacob. Ungar
  553. Mrs. Jacob Ungar
  554. Mr. Wenzel Vancura
  555. Mrs. Rezie Vachcova
  556. Mr. J. F. Volkerts
  557. Mrs. Mathilde Volkerts
  558. Miss Mathilde Volkerts
  559. Mr. Morris Wanderby
  560. Mr. A. F. Westcott
  561. Mrs. A. F. Westcott
  562. Miss Katharine Winter
  563. Mr. Arthur Weinreb
  564. Mrs. Arthur Weinreb
  565. Miss Bertha Wolff
  566. Mrs. Augusta Wolff
  567. Mrs. Lillie Wolff
  568. Miss Rosa Wolff
  569. Miss Margot Weiss
  570. Mrs. Elisa Wieland
  571. Mr. John Wieland
  572. Miss Meta Weste
  573. Mrs. Anna Weidner
  574. Mrs. R. H. Wilcox
  575. Miss Josephine Wolf
  576. Miss Edna Werner
  577. Miss Lulu Wunder
  578. Miss Minnie Winters
  579. Mrs. G. A. Wachburn
  580. Mr. Win. Wiegand
  581. Mrs. Wm. Wiegand
  582. Miss Marg. Wiegand
  583. Miss Johanne Wulff
  584. Mr. Sam Williams
  585. Mrs. Sam Williams
  586. Miss Mary C. Young
  587. Mrs. Hedwig Zeller
  588. Mr. Wilhelm Zierfuss
  589. Mrs. Auguste Zierfuss
  590. Mrs. Louise Zangrandi
  591. Miss Marie Zangrandi
  592. Mrs. Auguste Zuck
  593. Mr. Karl Zurheide
  594. Mrs. Johanna Zurheide
  595. Mr. Norbert Zoerkler
  596. Mrs. Bertha Zoerkler
  597. Mr. Alois Zoerkler
  598. Mr. Norbert Zoerkler
  599. Mrs. Margaret Zahn

To Southampton:

  1. Miss Theresia Brini
  2. Mrs. Bannau
  3. Mrs. Hedwig Castellot
  4. Mr. Henry Jahn
  5. Mr. Charles Johnson
  6. Miss Korman
  7. Mr. Wm. H. Maxey
  8. Mr. Meyer Mrs. Meyer and Child
  9. Mr. Hans Morawiz
  10. Mrs. Aloisa Marini
  11. Miss Milbradt
  12. Mr. Milbradt
  13. Dr. Petersen
  14. Mr. Edward Rideal
  15. Mr. Hermann Stendel
  16. Mrs. Douglas Schneider
  17. Mr. Bennett Schneider
  18. Mr. Douglas Schneider
  19. Miss Doris Schneider
  20. Mr. Ralph Scharrer
  21. Miss B. Whincup

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.

Public Telephones, with booths and an operator, are located on the Hamburg-American Line Pier, foot of First street, Hoboken, N. J.

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 A. 50 and A. 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 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 Linie 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 Lithe 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 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, Ade1phi: 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), Crook-haven (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 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 further particulars appear in the prospectuses, which can be had free of cost, on application to the Reisebureau.

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 vesseis, 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 1/2 knots average speed.

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

The now 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 k 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 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 & Voss at Han burg, 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 weli-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 doubie 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 well-balanced high and low pressure engines of the quadruple expansion type, which are supplied with steam from three double and three singie boiiers, 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 Cabin Passengers
  • 2200 Steerage Passengers

and have a cargo capacity of about 15,000 tons. The crew comprises about 860 officers and men.

The accommodations in the first cabin have received special attention, and in addition to the iarge number of ordinary staterooms there will be 70 rooms for the sole use of one passenger; severai 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 smail tabies 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 iounge, 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 eiectrical 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 iarge 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 simiiar 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 automatic hydraulic devices, enabling the Captain to close ail of the doors in a few seconds from the bridge. The vessels have also been equipped with sub-marine bell systems, fire extinguishers, a complete Ore alarm system, steam pumps, etc.

September 1910 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Cincinnati

  • Date of Voyage: 1910 September 8 - 17
  • Vessel: Cincinnati
  • Class: First and Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Hamburg » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: Schülke
  • Number of Printed Pages: 55 (Paginated)
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation
    • First Cabin:
      • To New York: 271 | 5 Bedienung + 2+ Kind +1 Diener
      • To Southampton: 57 + 2 Bedienung 2+ Kinder
      • To Cherbourg: 5 + 1 Bedienung
    • Second Cabin:
      • To New York: 599 + 8+ Kinder + 1 Bedienung
      • To Southampton: 22 + 1 Kind
      • To Cherbourg: 0
    • Senior Officers and Staff: 34
  • Language(s): German and English
  • Dimensions: 11.4 x 19.7 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: See Page 145 , Column 2
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