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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Deutschland, 12 August 1927

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Deutschland of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 12 August 1927 from Hamburg for New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain Langer.

List of Cabin Class Passengers

Hamburg-American Line

S.S. Deutschland

Captain Langer

From Hamburg to New York

via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton

Friday, 12 August 1927

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Langer, Commander
  2. First Officer: E. Friedei
  3. Second Officer: F. Schadow
  4. Second Officer: W. Greffrath
  5. Second Officer: H. Jacobsen
  6. Third Officer: W. Junge
  7. Fourth Officer: H. Bielefeldt
  8. Fourth Officer: K, Camper
  9. First Radio Officer: P. Steinwerder
  10. Second Radio Officer: K. Schultz
  11. Third Radio Officer: B. Nabel
  12. Fourth Radio Officer: W. Haack
  13. Chief Engineer: A. Kravack
  14. Second Engineer: R. Rix
  15. Third Engineer: O. Schneider
  16. Third Engineer: K. Buck
  17. Third Engineer: R. Lensch
  18. Fourth Engineer: H. Ehlbeck
  19. Fourth Engineer: B. Gass
  20. Fourth Engineer: W. Kreutziger
  21. Fourth Engineer: W. Jarck
  22. First Electrician: H. Kneller
  23. Second Electrician: W. Rietdorf
  24. Projectionist: W. Martiny
  25. First Physician: Dr. E. Fauss
  26. Second Physician: Dr. H. Schmidt
  27. Nurse: Anna Marie Beckmann
  28. Purser: O. Ritter
  29. Second Purser: N. Wigger
  30. Second Purser: M. Janssen
  31. Assistant Purser: W. Thimann
  32. Assistant Purser: F. Krug
  33. Luggage Master: P. Lewald
  34. First Chief Steward, First Class: M. Heins
  35. Second Chief Steward, First Class: H. Bleier
  36. Grillroom Chef and Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: W. Pfohe
  37. Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: A. Reinecke
  38. Chief Steward, Second Class: F. Ladendorf
  39. Assistant Chief Steward, Second Class: A. Riebe
  40. Chief Steward, Third Class: W. Volckmer
  41. Assistant Chief Steward, Third Class: G. Reimers
  42. Head Cook: A. Krüger
  43. Quartet Director: F. Hagel
  44. Chior Director: B. Brösel

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Deutschland, 12 August 1927

To New York

  1. Mr. S. L. Agoos
  2. Mrs. S. L. Agoos
  3. Mrs. Elisabeth Alves
  4. Mrs. Minnie M. Asch
  5. Dr. Felix Aussendorf
  6. Mrs. Felix Aussendorf
  7. Mr. Wolfgang Aussendorf
  8. Mr. Richard L. Austin
  9. Miss Lucylle Austin
  10. Dr. Max Ballin
  11. Mrs. Max Ballin
  12. Mr. Carl Baumann
  13. Mr. Hermann Benkert
  14. Mr. N. J. Bijur
  15. Mrs. N. J. Bijur
  16. Mr. William Bijur
  17. Mr. Arthur Bijur
  18. Mr. Leo Block
  19. Mr. Leonard Blumberg
  20. Mr. George Boilensen
  21. Mr. Franz Brandt
  22. Mr. Davis Brown
  23. Mrs. Davis Brown
  24. Miss Blanche Brown
  25. Mr. Moreau D. Brown
  26. Mr. Daniel N. Brown
  27. Mr. Albrecht Buedinger
  28. Mrs. Albrecht Buedinger
  29. Mr. Heinrich Cerf
  30. Mrs. Heinrich Cerf
  31. Reverend Dr. S. R. Cohen
  32. Mrs. S. R. Cohen
  33. Mr. Albert Cook
  34. Mrs. Albert Cook
  35. Mr. Thos. J. Cooke
  36. Mrs. Thos. J. Cooke
  37. Mr. James A. Davey
  38. Mrs. James A. Davey
  39. Mrs. Dagmar Deems
  40. Mr. Fred W. Dieck
  41. Dr. Charles J. Dietrich
  42. Mr. Dr.slng. Eugen Dörr
  43. Mr. Max Dreyfuss
  44. Mrs. Max Dreyfuss
  45. Miss Sylvia A. Edwards
  46. Mr. Leopold Einstein
  47. Mrs. Leopold Einstein
  48. Mr. Henry Einstein
  49. Mr. A. L. Eisenstaedt
  50. Mrs. A. L. Eisenstaedt
  51. Mr. Alfred Eisenstaedt
  52. Mr. Levant E. Elliott
  53. Mrs. Levant E. Elliott
  54. Mr. Meyer Epstein
  55. Mrs. Meyer Epstein
  56. Mrs. Emilly Esser
  57. Mr. John van Etten
  58. Mrs. Cornelia Fox
  59. Mrs. Augusta Frieman
  60. Mr. Robert Frieman
  61. Mr. Frank Frey
  62. Mrs. Frank Frey
  63. Mr. Aaron Freydberg
  64. Mrs. Aaron Freydberg
  65. Mr. Herman Freydberg
  66. Mrs. Herman Freydberg
  67. Mr. Frederick Gelbach
  68. Mrs. Frederick Gelbach
  69. Mr. Powers Gourand
  70. Mr. Horace R. Grant
  71. Mrs. Horace R. Grant
  72. Mr. Ellsworth Grant
  73. Mr. Sigmund Gutfreund
  74. Mrs. Sigmund Gutfreund
  75. Mrs. Philipine Haas
  76. Miss Pauline Haas
  77. Mr. Dr.dng. Hermann Heim
  78. Mrs. Ray Herzog
  79. Mr. Morton B. Hirsh
  80. Mr. Adolf Hirschfeld
  81. Mrs. Adolf Hirschfeld
  82. Mrs. Josephine Hoff
  83. Mr. Jacob de Jong
  84. Mrs. Jacob de Jong
  85. Mr. Max Katz
  86. Mr. John S. Keen
  87. Mrs. John S. Keen
  88. Mrs. Emma Kelly
  89. Mr. Karl K. Kitchen
  90. Mrs. Anna Klinzmann
  91. Mr. John Knudsen
  92. Mrs. John Knudsen
  93. Mr. John Knudsen Jr.
  94. Mr. E. G. Kohnstamm
  95. Mrs. E. G. Kohnstamm
  96. Mr. Emil W. Korn
  97. Mrs. Emil W. Korn
  98. Mr. Robert Kropp
  99. Mr. Konsul Henry G. Langreuter
  100. Mr. Martin Lemcke
  101. Mr. Herbert H. Lind
  102. Mr. Sam E. Lind
  103. Mrs. Sam E. Lind
  104. Mr. Lester Lind
  105. Mr. Rolf Lindenhayn
  106. Mr. Carl Lipmann
  107. Mrs. Carl Lipmann
  108. Mrs. Blanche Lowenfels
  109. Mrs. Alice D. Marks
  110. Miss Julie Marks
  111. Mr. Morris Mayer
  112. Mrs. Morris Mayer
  113. Mr. Milton Mayer
  114. Mr. Emil Menlo
  115. Mr. Joseph Messinger
  116. Mrs. J oseph Messinger
  117. Hon. Julius Miller
  118. Mrs. Julius Miller
  119. Mr. Peter Miller
  120. Mr. Louis L. Miltenberg
  121. Mrs. Louis L. Miltenberg
  122. Mrs. A. M. Monsees
  123. Dr. Francis J. Murray
  124. Mrs. Francis J. Murray
  125. Dr. Ernst Nauen
  126. Mrs. Emma Naupert
  127. Mrs. Gisela Neuda
  128. Mr. Walter H. Nussbaum
  129. Mrs. Walter H. Nussbaum
  130. Mrs. Mary Ann Parker
  131. Mr. Henry Pollak
  132. Mrs. Henry Pollak
  133. Dr. Rudolph Rau
  134. Mrs. Rudolph Rau
  135. Mr. W. Reasenberg
  136. Mrs. W. Reasenberg
  137. Dr. Albert Ripperger
  138. Mrs. Albert Ripperger
  139. Mr. Carl Theod. Röchling
  140. Dr. John R. Rorke
  141. Mr. Bernhard Rowoldt
  142. Mr. E. Samuels
  143. Mrs. E. Samuels
  144. Mr. M. Samuels
  145. Mr. Julius Schmid and Servants
  146. Mrs. Julius Schmid and Servants
  147. Mr. Herbert Schmitt
  148. Dr. Eugen W. Schwarz
  149. Mrs. Eugen W. Schwarz
  150. Mr. Edward A. Siederman
  151. Mrs. Johanna Siesel
  152. Miss Louisa C. Siesel
  153. Mr. Ralph Simmonds
  154. Mrs. Ralph Simmonds
  155. Mr. Sterling Smith
  156. Mrs. Sterling Smith
  157. Mr. Sterling Smith Jr.
  158. Mr. Generaldirektor David Stempel
  159. Mrs. David Stempel
  160. Mr. William P. Stempel
  161. Mrs. William P. Stempel
  162. Mr. John W. Stork
  163. Mrs. John W. Stork
  164. Mr. Lloyd A. Stork
  165. Miss Anne M. Stork
  166. Miss Jean M. Stork
  167. Mr. Frank T. Swain
  168. Mrs. Frank T. Swain
  169. Miss Helen L. Taylor
  170. Mr. William Thompson
  171. Mrs. William Thompson
  172. Mr. Dr.dng. Alfons Wagner
  173. Mr. Gustav Wertheim
  174. Mrs. Gustav Wertheim
  175. Miss E. Wilhelmina Westbrook
  176. Mr. Paul Joseph Wielandy
  177. Mrs. Paul Joseph Wielandy
  178. Miss Louise Wielandy
  179. Dr. Rudolf Wolf
  180. Mr. G. M. Wolfson
  181. Mrs. G. M. Wolfson
  182. Mr. Frank Yokel
  183. Mrs. Frank Yokel
  184. Miss Clarinda York
  185. Mrs. Martha Zinke

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Charles G. Ellison
  2. Mr. T. S. Riddeles Nicholson France
  3. Mrs. T. S. Riddeles Nicholson France
  4. Mr. Sidney France
  5. Miss Grace France
  6. Miss Johanna Frankes Augustin
  7. Mr. Joachim Ginzberg
  8. Mrs. Joachim Ginzberg
  9. Miss Sonja Ginzberg
  10. Miss Lorna Grossmann
  11. Mr. Geh. Rat
  12. Dr. Fritz Huber
  13. Mrs. Fritz Huber
  14. Mr. Hugo Kaiser
  15. Mr. Ronald McDonald
  16. Mrs. Ronald McDonald
  17. Miss Christina McLaren
  18. Mr. Henry A. Mosle
  19. Mrs. Henry A. Mosle
  20. Mr. Erich Niemeyer
  21. Miss Ellen Oppler
  22. Mr. Peter Pares
  23. Mr. Donald W. Plunkett
  24. Mrs. Donald W. Plunkett
  25. Miss Blanche Smith
  26. Miss Erzsi von Szegheö
  27. Mr. Conrad Wiering
  28. Mrs. Conrad Wiering

To Boulogne-sur-Mer

  1. Mr. Max Mouchly
  2. Mrs. Max Mouchly
  3. Mr. Konrad Richter

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

To New York

  1. Mr. Nie. Altenhofen
  2. Mr. Henry W. Arnemann
  3. Miss Gertrud Arnemann
  4. Mrs. Emma Barson
  5. Mrs. Therese Barts
  6. Miss Norma Barts
  7. Therese Barts
  8. Mr. F. G. Bartsch
  9. Mrs. F. G. Bartsch
  10. Mrs. Annaliese von Baselli
  11. Miss Barbara Batz
  12. Miss Elisabeth Batz
  13. Mr. William V. Bass
  14. Mrs. William V. Bass
  15. Miss Emma Bauer
  16. Mrs. Elsbeth Baumgartner
  17. Mr. Alfred Bayer
  18. Mr. Rev. Frederick Beck
  19. Miss Gertrud Becker
  20. Mr. Clement Beiss
  21. Mrs. Margarethe Beiss
  22. Mr. Wilhelm Benick
  23. Mrs. Wilhelm Benick
  24. Mr. Georg Berger
  25. Miss Louise Bergmann
  26. Mrs. Marjem Berkowics
  27. Mr. Karl Bethke
  28. Mr. Robert Biehler
  29. Mr. John Blankmann
  30. Mr. Peter Blocher
  31. Mrs. Amalie Blocher
  32. Mr. Henry Block
  33. Mrs. Elise Block
  34. Mrs. Elisabeth Block
  35. Miss Anna Boch
  36. Mr. Henry Bocken
  37. Mrs. Josephine Bocken
  38. Miss Elfriede Börner
  39. Mr. Wilhelm Bosch
  40. Mrs. Ida Brackhahn
  41. Mr. Herbert Brenneke
  42. Mr. Emil Brodberk
  43. Mrs. Maria Brown
  44. Mr. F. W. Brücker
  45. Mr. Henry Brueggemann
  46. Mr. Rudolph Bruer
  47. Mrs. Caroline Bruer
  48. Miss Frieda Buck
  49. Miss Luise Buck
  50. Miss Pauline Bucher
  51. Mrs. Walli Budig
  52. Mrs. Anny Busch
  53. Mr. Otto Cammerer
  54. Mr. Gottlieb Cammerer
  55. Mrs. Lina Cammerer
  56. Miss Lorette Cammerer
  57. Mrs. Hilda Cather
  58. Mrs. Bertha Cohn
  59. Mrs. Ella Daniels
  60. Miss Marianne Danziger
  61. Mrs. Elisabeth Daube
  62. Walter Daube
  63. Mrs. Mary Dausch
  64. Mrs. Bertha Decker
  65. Mrs. Clara M. Derbacher
  66. Mr. Joseph Derbacher
  67. Mr. Paul A. Derbacher
  68. Mr. Hans Deubel
  69. Mr. Wilh. Deyhle
  70. Mrs. Frida J. Deyhle
  71. Mr. Wilhelm Dienemann
  72. Miss Ida Dodegge
  73. Mr. Walter Drescher
  74. Mr. Georges Duquenoy
  75. Mrs. Georges Duquenoy
  76. Miss Anna M. Eckert
  77. Mr. Henry Edelson
  78. Mr. Heinz Eeltink
  79. Mr. Julius Ehrensperger
  80. Miss Anna Eifert
  81. Miss Else Engert
  82. Mr. Hermann Epp
  83. Miss Rita Fabian
  84. Mr. Hermann Farkas
  85. Mr. Paul Feuerhak
  86. Mrs. Susanne Fey
  87. Mr. Wilhelm Findel
  88. Mrs. Julie Findel
  89. Mr. Israel Flamm
  90. Mr. Conrad Fleischmann
  91. Mrs. Barbara Fleischmann
  92. Mr. Franz Fluhr
  93. Mrs. Ethel Fraktii
  94. Mr. Alfred Franz
  95. Miss Marie Frenz
  96. Miss Therese Friedheim
  97. Mr. Walter Friedländer
  98. Mrs. Sofie Friedman
  99. Alfred Friedman
  100. Mr. August Fritz
  101. Mr. Fromberg
  102. Mr. James F. Gill
  103. Mrs. James F. Gill
  104. Mr. Henry Glorius
  105. Mrs. Fani Glückman-Biedermann
  106. Mr. Hermann Goetzke
  107. Mr. Chaim Goldstein
  108. Mrs. Zipe Goldstein
  109. Mrs. Elfriede Göllmann
  110. Mr. Willy Graf
  111. Mrs. Anna Grimm
  112. Ernst Grimm
  113. Mrs. Rosel Gross
  114. Mr. Alfred Gunkel
  115. Mrs. Edith Gunn
  116. Mr. Chas. Haas
  117. Mrs. Luise Haas
  118. Miss Pauline Haisch
  119. Mrs. Jetta Halpern
  120. Mr. Leon Halpern
  121. Mr. Johann Hamm
  122. Mr. Walter Hansen
  123. Mr. Herman Harders
  124. Miss Matilda Harders
  125. Herman Harders
  126. Dorothea Harders
  127. Miss Stella Harms
  128. Mr. Willy Hartz
  129. Mr. Fritz Hasecke
  130. Mrs. Berta Haupt
  131. Mr. Helmuth Hauschildt
  132. Miss Adele Hauser
  133. Mr. Walter Hedrich
  134. Miss Lydia Heim
  135. Mr. Advokat Joseph Heller
  136. Mr. Ferdinand Henrich
  137. Miss Gitla Herszlikowicz
  138. Mr. Louis Hinterleitner
  139. Miss Eugenie Hirsenmann
  140. Mr. Wilhelm Hofmann
  141. Mr. Wilhelm Homann
  142. Mr. W. G. Hubaty
  143. Mrs. Katherine Hubaty
  144. Miss Anna Hubrig
  145. Mrs. Rose Jacobs
  146. Mr. Emil Jähnke
  147. Mrs. Amalie Jauch
  148. Miss Emilie Jauch
  149. Miss Irma J auch
  150. Miss Charlotte Kakosch
  151. Mr. Ludwig Kälber
  152. Mr. Henry Kamp sr
  153. Mr. Henry Kamp Jr.
  154. Mrs. Elizabeth Karl
  155. Miss Johanna Karl
  156. Miss Bertha P. Katz
  157. Mr. Alfred Kauth
  158. Mr. Joseph Keller
  159. Mr. Georg Kicely
  160. Mrs. Maria Kicely
  161. Louis Kicely
  162. Mr. Otto Kiefer
  163. Miss Elisabeth Kiesz
  164. Miss Margarethe Klenk
  165. Mr. Louis Klinkerfuss
  166. Mrs. Frieda Klopsteg
  167. Mrs. Alwine Kneiding
  168. Miss Clara Knoblich
  169. Miss Marie Knoblich
  170. Mrs. Luise Koch
  171. Karl Koch
  172. Mrs. Rose Köhl
  173. Mr. Josef Kovar
  174. Mrs. Alice Kovar
  175. Mr. Stanislaw Kozlowski
  176. Mr. Detlev Kraemer
  177. Mr. Werner Kraemer
  178. Miss Gerda Kraemer
  179. Mrs. Johanna Krämer
  180. Miss Greta Krämer
  181. Mr. Fritz Krämer
  182. Wilhelm Krämer
  183. Mrs. Alwida Kramer
  184. Mr. Siegfried Kramer
  185. Mrs. Esther Kraus
  186. Mrs. Caroline Krause
  187. Mr. Rudolf Krauss
  188. Miss Liesbeth Krautin
  189. Miss Gertrud Kreeb
  190. Mr. Max Kriegei
  191. Mrs. Olga Kriegei
  192. Mr. Walter Kühn
  193. Mr. Alfred Kühn
  194. Mrs. Sedie Kulka
  195. Mrs. Elizabeth Kunkel
  196. August Kunkel
  197. Mr. Joseph Lacek
  198. Mr. John R. Lange
  199. Mrs. Hedwig Lange
  200. Mr. Paul Lässing
  201. Mr. Johann Laube
  202. Mrs. Antonie Laube
  203. Mrs. Lena Lawrence
  204. Miss Marie Lerch
  205. Mrs. Mindel Liebermann
  206. Miss Ida Liffmann
  207. Miss Ottilie Linhardt
  208. Mr. Kurt Lion
  209. Mrs. Marie Lippold
  210. Mr. Max Lukowski
  211. Mr. Georg Lutz
  212. Mrs. Elisabeth Luxemburg
  213. Mrs. Anna McGowan
  214. Miss Wilhelmine Mangels
  215. Mrs. Manz
  216. Mr. Manz
  217. Miss Sofie Markus
  218. Mrs. Sophie von Markus
  219. Mrs. Salie Mauskopf
  220. Mrs. Johanna Mattus
  221. Mrs. Hedwig Mayer
  222. Willy Mayer
  223. Mr. Josef Meier
  224. Miss Gertrud Meyle
  225. Mr. Josef Moehler
  226. Miss Eva Moses
  227. Mr. Albert Müller
  228. Mrs. Eleonore Müller
  229. Miss Sophie Müller
  230. Miss Helene Naumann
  231. Mr. Emil Nettke
  232. Mrs. Martha Nettke
  233. Mr. Henry Noll
  234. Mr. Knut Th. Nordquist
  235. Mrs. Mary Rose Nordquist
  236. Rose Mary Nordquist
  237. Mr. Albert Claes Nordquist
  238. Mrs. Hilda Nordquist
  239. Miss Margaret E. Nordquist
  240. Mr. Wilhelm Odörfer
  241. Miss Erna Offermann
  242. Mr. William Ohlhaber
  243. Mrs. Sophie Ohlhaber
  244. Mr. Conrad Oswald
  245. Mr. Simon Payton
  246. Mrs. Elsie Peckmann
  247. Mr. S. Perlstein
  248. Mrs. Frieda Perlstein
  249. Mrs. Mathilde Petersen
  250. Miss Alice B. Pfaff
  251. Miss Josephine M. Pfaff
  252. Miss Eloise M. Pfaff
  253. Mr. Xavier Pfaff
  254. Mrs. J osephine Pfaff
  255. Miss Emilie Pfuhl
  256. Emmy Pfuhl
  257. Mr. William Polangin
  258. Frederick Polangin
  259. Miss Klara Potzner
  260. Miss Sofie Potzner
  261. Miss Anna Potzner
  262. Mr. Leonard Pschirer
  263. Mrs. Barbara Pschirer
  264. Mrs. Hinda Radimiene
  265. Mr. Rev. Francis Regnery
  266. Mr. Rev. John Regnery
  267. Mr. Fred Reimann
  268. Mrs. Elsie Reimann
  269. Mr. Otto Reimers
  270. Mrs. Anna Reimers
  271. Mr. Gustav Reischl
  272. Mr. Ludwig Remmele
  273. Mr. Adam Ridinger
  274. Mr. Earl C. Roff
  275. Mrs. Earl C. Roff
  276. Miss Anna Lucie Ros
  277. Miss Jenny Rotschild
  278. Mr. Carl Rumohr
  279. Mrs. Carl Rumohr
  280. Mr. Edward Rundt
  281. Mrs. Edward Rundt
  282. Mr. Günther Rutkowsld
  283. Mr. George Sachs
  284. Mrs. Else Sachs
  285. Mr. Franz Sailer
  286. Mrs. Kunigunde Sailer
  287. Mr. Nikolaus Sanders
  288. Mr. Otto Schade
  289. Mrs. Otto Schade
  290. Mr. J. R. Schalla
  291. Mr. Richard Schauer
  292. Mr. M. Schildbach
  293. Mrs. Ella Schildbach
  294. Mr. George Schlachter
  295. Mr. Carl Schlumpf
  296. Miss Elizabeth Schmidt
  297. Mrs. Sophie Schmidt
  298. Mrs. Frieda Schoen
  299. Ernst Schoen
  300. Miss Marie Schray
  301. Werner Schray
  302. Mrs. Annie Schuster
  303. Mr. Joseph Schuster
  304. Mr. Julius Schweinle
  305. Mrs. Pauline Schweinle
  306. Mrs. Ella Schwartz
  307. Miles J. Schwartz
  308. Mr. Hugo Schwartz
  309. Mr. Sam Schwartz
  310. Mr. Direktor Blazej J. Sedlacek
  311. Mrs. Clotilde Seegers
  312. Mr. Karl Seekircher
  313. Mr. John Seidel
  314. Mrs. Johanna Seidel
  315. Mr. Rudolph Seidel
  316. Miss Emma Seidel
  317. Mr. Hans Seufert
  318. Mr. William H. Siefen
  319. Mrs. Mary A. Siefen
  320. Miss Anna Silechnik
  321. Mrs. Elizabeth Simkin
  322. Mr. George Slottmann
  323. Mr. Samuel Smith
  324. Mrs. Samuel Smith
  325. Dr. Oskar Solbrig
  326. Mrs. Oskar Solbrig
  327. Mr. Conrad Staats
  328. Mrs. Anna Stahlberg
  329. Miss Lina Stahlberg
  330. Mr. Hermann Steinberg
  331. Dr. Ferdinand Steinhoff
  332. Mrs. Sophie Steinhoff
  333. Miss Lydia Steinhoff
  334. Miss Lois Steinhoff
  335. Mr. Joseph Stern
  336. Mr. Karl Stirn
  337. Mr. Hermann Storz
  338. Mrs. Lisbeth Storz
  339. Miss Florence Strauss
  340. Miss Frieda Taupitz
  341. Mr. Otto Thiele
  342. Mr. Oswald Thiele
  343. Florence Thurston
  344. Mr. Berthold Toller
  345. Mr. Johan S. Toth
  346. Mrs. Mary Toth
  347. Mr. Christian Traub
  348. Mr. Magoichi Uchikata
  349. Mr. Michael Uebelacker
  350. Mrs. Apolonia Uebelacker
  351. Dr. Otto Urban
  352. Dr. Anna Urban
  353. Harold Urban
  354. Mr. August Vernimb
  355. Mrs. Bertha Vogelhuth
  356. Miss Katharine Vogelhuth
  357. Mr. Emanuel Volk
  358. Mr. Heinrich Wagner
  359. Mrs. Bertha Wagner
  360. Mr. Isador Wasserman
  361. Mr. Karl Weber
  362. Mr. George Weidner
  363. Mr. Adolf Weiss
  364. Mrs. Marie E. Werner
  365. Miss Eleonore A. Werner
  366. Mrs. Mary E. Whaley
  367. Mr. Heinrich Woidscheck
  368. Miss Wilhelmina Wolfert
  369. Mr. Samuel Wundermann
  370. Mrs. Rosa Wundermann
  371. Mr. Karl Zeidler
  372. Mrs. Barbara Zimkowski
  373. Mr. Ernst Zinner

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Willy Göldner
  2. Mrs. Martha Göldner
  3. Mr. Hermann Joost
  4. Mrs. Helene Joost
  5. Mr. Leslie R. Morshead
  6. Mrs. Jessie E. Morshead
  7. Miss Frieda Rüter
  8. Mr. Adolf Visel
  9. Mrs. Margarethe Visel
  10. Miss Helen Visel

THE TWIN-SCREW TURBINE STEAMER “Deutschland”

of 21,000 gross register tons, built by Messrs. Blohm & Voss, of Hamburg, in 1923
“Deutschland”—Germany—the country after which the vessel has been named, occupies an area of 180,976 square miles in the centre of Europe.

Since 1918 it has been a republic consisting of the following seventeen federal states, viz., Prussia, Bavaria, Württemberg, Baden, Saxony, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Thuringia, Hesse, Oldenburg, Brunswick, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Anhalt, Lippe, Schaumburg-Lippe, Hamburg, Lübeck, and Bremen. The population numbers 63,300,000.

The capital, Berlin, with a population of 4,014,000, is the largest German city. Geographically, Germany is characterized by the gradual rise of the country from the North German and Baltic coasts to the South German foothills of the Alps, the Central German mountains occupying an intermediate position.

In spite of this simple geographical character German scenery is extremely diversified. The Lower Rhine, the North-western lowlands, the lake districts of Mecklenburg and Pomeriana, West and East Prussia, the Middle Rhine, the Rhön and Spessart mountains, the Main valley, Thuringia, the mountains of the Saxon and Silesian border, the Black Forest, the Schwäbische Alb, and the Bavarian uplands:—each of these districts has its own typical features.

The great diversity of scenery is supplemented by that of the German towns and cities, many of which are celebrated for their valuable historical monuments and for their modern buildings and objects of art. For these reasons and also on account of the numerous medicinal springs and health resorts scattered throughout the country, Germany has to an increasing extent attracted international tourist traffic.

Germany is also an industrial country par excellence. Most of the mineral treasures extracted from her soil are worked at home. Prominent among the industries is the “heavy” industry of the Ruhr, Saar, and Upper Silesia, but practically every other industry is also represented in the country. The German industries largely owe their development to the cooperation of German science, a case in point being the chemical industry.

Little more than a generation ago agricultural and pastoral pursuits formed the principal occupations of the population. Their yields have been greatly increased owing to the greater intensification of the methods employed, and are now capable of supplying the major part of the requirements of the home population.

Matters of traffic and communication are highly developed in Germany. An extensive system of natural and artificial waterways—the Rhine, Elbe, Weser, Oder, Main, and Danube being the chief waterways of the first kind—connects all parts of the country. The network of railroads is denser still, and numerous German and international air lines have been added to these means of communication in recent years.

From the German seaports shipping services radiate to all parts of the world. Hamburg—a city with more than a million inhabitants and ranking second according to population among German cities—is the centre of German overseas shipping. Fifty per cent of the German ocean-borne commerce moves to and from Hamburg, which is the home port of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie. This firm owns more than 950,000 gross reg. tons of vessels, and is accordingly the leading shipping company in Germany.

New York Mail For Passengers
The New York Office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie has made arrangements that mail addressed to passengers arriving in New York may be obtained at the principal exit on the upper floor of the Pier. This only applies to such letters, etc., that arrive too late to be delivered to passengers on board during their stay at the quarantine station.

Passengers are reminded that the porters on the New York piers are not allowed to ask for gratuities in consideration of the handling of passengers’ baggage, they being paid sufficient wages for their services. If, nevertheless, any porter should demand payment for handling such baggage, passengers are requested to note the number plate on his cap and to report him to one of the uniformed policemen on the pier.

UNITED STATES HEAD TAX

All passengers intending to proceed to the United States, including non-American citizens resident in the United States, are required to pay, previous to their departure, the head tax of eight dollars U. S. currency imposed by the United States Government.
This tax is not payable by:

1. American citizens capable of producing an American passport as evidence of their nationality;

2. children below 16 accompanied by their parents or one of them ;

3. diplomatic or consular representatives and other duly authorized government officials, including their suites and families, irrespective of the purpose for which they desire to proceed to the United States, but only if they can produce a diplomatic passport;

4. passengers intending to proceed to Canada via the United States, provided that, upon their landing in the United States, they are in possession of a railroad ticket entitling them to travel to some Canadian destination.

Non-American women married to American citizens subsequent to September 21, 1922, are required to pay the tax. Non-Americans proceeding to the United States on a visit or for business purposes, who do not intend to stay for more than 59 days, are also required to pay the tax, but may have the amount refunded to them upon application, provided that

1. they enter, upon their departure for New York, the words: “No longer than 59 days” in reply to question No. 24 of the questionnaire to be filled in by non-American passengers, and that

2. they advise the immigration officer in New York, upon arriving there, of their intention not to stay for more than 59 days, and that they obtain from said official a so-called transit certificate, form No. 514.

Such transit certificate, however, is only valid if the period of 59 days is not exceeded, and if the purser or captain (or his representative) of the steamer by which the passenger returns or continues his voyage, has entered a note stating the name of the steamer and the date of her departure from the United States, adding his signature as well. Persons continuing their voyage from the United States to other countries by rail, are required to produce said certificate to the conductor who will enter the date and the train number when crossing the United States frontier.

The transit certificate must be returned to the Immigration Authorities, Washington, within 120 days of the date of the passenger’s arrival in New York. This must be effected through the intermediary of the shipping company whose steamer the passenger used for his voyage to the United States. Applications for refunding the head tax are disregarded if this period is exceeded. The amount of the tax, however, may also be refunded to the passenger against his returning the transit certificate to the office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie at the place of embarkment in NewYork previous to his departure from New York, or, during his return from America to Europe, to the purser on board, or, upon arriving in Hamburg, to the office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Abteilung Personenverkehr, Alsterdamm 25, Hamburg.

Tourist Department Of The Hamburg-Amerika Linie
On The B-Deck Of The S. S. Deutschland, an Office of the Tourist Department has been established. This Office furnishes information to passengers concerning the sailings of the steamers, the railway services from port of arrival into the interior, the air service and all other arrangements of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie. It also provides information with regard to customhouse and passport arrangements and other questions which are of importance to travellers. At the Office tickets are issued for railroads and steamers to all parts oftheworld.

The HÄPAG World Cruise 1928 Of The Triple-Screw De Luxe Steamer “Resolute”

The fifth world Cruise of this steamer will commence at New York on January 7,1928 and will be completed at New York on May 26, 1928.

European passengers may join the steamer, at their option, at Madeira on January 14,

„ Gibraltar on January 16,
„ Algiers on January 18,
„ Villefranche on January 20, or „ Naples on January 22.

They must pay their own fare to the port of embarkation selected. European members of the cruise will be granted free return passages from New York to some European port of call on board one of the Company’s steamers as advertised in the sailing lists, and their accommodation during the return voyage will be as nearly as possible similar to that provided during the cruise. The program of this, the most beautiful of all world cruises has been arranged with the greatest care and includes visits to countries and cities to know which is not only of particular interest to the general traveller, but also to the scientist and the lover of nature generally.

The itinerary includes: Madeira, Gibraltar, Algiers, the French Riviera, Italy, Greece, Palestine, Egypt, French Somali Land, India, Ceylon, Burmah, Sumatra, Java, the Malay States, Siam, Borneo, Mindanao, the Philippines,Southern China, Formosa, Northern China, Korea, Japan, the Hawaiin Islands, California, the Panama Canal, the Republic of Panama, and Cuba. The cruise will last 140 days and a total distance of 37,511 miles will be covered. No less than 76 cities in 30 different countries will be visited.

The fare is $ 2000 and upward inclusive of a number of shore excursions and numerous overland trips.

Only first-class passengers are carried on the above cruise.

For Information of the Hapag Pleasure Cruises please apply to: Hamburg-Amerika Linie, Hamburg 1 Pleasure Cruise Department, or any of their Agents.

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Passenger List Cover Title Page Deutschland (in German) Deutschland Passenger Information
Passenger List Cover Title Page Deutschland (in German) Deutschland Passenger Information
First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers
First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers First Cabin Passengers
Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers
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Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Officers Officers US Head Tax (in German)
Second Cabin Passengers Second Cabin Passengers Officers Officers US Head Tax (in German)
US Head Tax Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule
US Head Tax Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule Sailing Schedule
Offices Tourist Department Resolute World Cruise (in German) Resolute World Cruise Cruises (in German)
Offices Tourist Department Resolute World Cruise (in German) Resolute World Cruise Cruises (in German)
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Cruises Extract of Log Form Back Cover  
Cruises Extract of Log Form Back Cover

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

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