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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line, S.S. New York, 16 January 1929

Third Class Passenger List for the S.S. New York of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 16 January 1929 from Hamburg to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain Graalfs.

List of Third Class Passengers

Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)

S.S. New York
Captain Graalfs
Hamburg to New York
via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton

Wednesday, 16 January 1929

Front Cover - Passenger List, S.S. New York, Hamburg-American Line, January 1929

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Graalfs, Commander
  2. First Officer: H. Lehmann
  3. Second Officer: A. Ulffers
  4. Second Officer: F. Nobbe
  5. Second Officer: A. John
  6. Third Officer: W. Mahnke
  7. Fourth Officer: W. Schmidt
  8. Fourth Officer: W. Frels
  9. First Radio Officer: H. Stoldt
  10. Second Radio Officer: A. Küster
  11. Third Radio Officer: A. Richter
  12. Fourth Radio Officer: H. Munch
  13. Chief Engineer: W. Mitchell
  14. Second Engineer: Th.Vanselow
  15. Third Engineer: H. Gottschow
  16. Third Engineer: E. Schneider
  17. Third Engineer: W. Schlichting
  18. Fourth Engineer: J. Rodenburg
  19. Fourth Engineer: P. Reimer
  20. Fourth Engineer: F. Meyer
  21. Fourth Engineer: G. Rummel
  22. First Electrician: A. Bublitz
  23. Second Electrician: B. Ziegenfufi
  24. Projectionist (see below): H. Traugott
  25. First Physician: Dr. K. Koch
  26. Second Physician: Dr. S. Seiler
  27. Nurse: Gertrude Hoffmann
  28. Purser: O. Hofel
  29. Under Purser: F. Smeikal
  30. Under Purser: B. Venator
  31. Assistant Purser: K. Packendorff
  32. Assistant Purser: H. Bode
  33. Baggage Master: W. Henke
  34. Chief Steward - First Class: F. Schoenewald
  35. Assistant Chief Steward - First Class: A. Klein
  36. Assistant Chief Steward - First Class: H. Zimmermann
  37. Grill Room Chief: A. Blanck
  38. Chief Steward - Second Class: H. Siemoh
  39. Assistant Chief Steward - Second Class: A. Jacob
  40. Chief Steward - Third Class: A. Martiensen
  41. Assistant Chief Steward - Third Class: A. Heckermann
  42. Master Chef: K. Schneider
  43. Head of the Chapel: H. Reimers
  44. Choir Leader: A. Kaminsky

Projectionist: Another indicator for the former cinema of attractions were Projectionist. This offered a variety of additional services such as sound effects and pronounced comments. It was also true demonstration events, reminiscent of the attractions of a fairground. The presentation of the films presented itself was already an attraction reprentation. One particularly admired the machines shown there, rather than the movies. So you also attracted to the posters but not with the film titles with the name of the projection machine, for example, the biographer of the Cinematograph. So also own cinematographic manipulations like slow motion, reverse, etc. made ​​from the fascinating and interesting. The effect of magnification, the close-up, was not used to the narrative punctuation, but was an attraction in itself. See Cinema of Attractions for additional information.

Photo 01 - Departure Of The Steamship New York

Photo 01 - Departure Of The Steamship New York

Ships List of Third Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Wilhelm Ahlering
  2. Miss Gertrud Albers
  3. Miss Käthe Aldag
  4. Mr. Arfst Arfsten
  5. Miss Sophie Armbruster
  6. Miss Johanna Arndt
  7. Mrs. Gite Aronsoniene
  8. Miss Nesa Aronsoniene
  9. Mr. Nison Aronsoniene
  10. Mr. Mausa Jankel Aronsoniene
  11. Dveire Aronsoniene
  12. David Aronsoniene
  13. Mr. Josef Aughel
  14. Mrs. Josef Aughel
  15. Mr. J. Austein
  16. Miss Frida Bahle
  17. Mr. Christian Bank
  18. Mr. Hermann Banth
  19. Mr. Adolf Bässler
  20. Mrs. Adolf Bässler
  21. Alfred Bässler
  22. Artur Bässler
  23. Miss Ottilie Bässler
  24. Miss Clara Baum
  25. Miss Alwine Becker
  26. Mr. Ernst Behrmann
  27. Miss Verene Belser
  28. Miss Berta Belser
  29. Mr. Otto Benkert
  30. Mr. Josef Benz
  31. Mr. Paul Beyer
  32. Mrs. Emma Beyer
  33. Miss Natalie Berger
  34. Miss Gertrude Bernstein
  35. Mr. Hans Bielaczek
  36. Mr. Leonhard Bingold
  37. Mr. Emil Birndorf
  38. Mrs. Emil Birndorf
  39. Elna Birndorf
  40. Miss Elsa Bischoff
  41. Mr. Edmund Bollenbacher
  42. Miss Hedwig Bonnet
  43. Miss Christine von Borstel
  44. Miss Sophie Bosshart
  45. Mr. Emil Bousse
  46. Mr. Erich Braun
  47. Mrs. Erich Braun
  48. Miss Franziska Brechtel
  49. Miss Camilla Breins
  50. Mr. Karl Breuning
  51. Mrs. Karl Breuning
  52. Miss Katharina Buchbach
  53. Mr. Max Buchberger
  54. Mr. Heinrich Buchholz
  55. Mrs. Elisabeth Bühler
  56. Miss Marie Bühler
  57. Mr. Walter Bünso
  58. Mr. Max Büttner
  59. Mr. Alfred Butz
  60. Miss Johanna Buyny
  61. Mr. Richard Carle
  62. Mr. Carl Christensen
  63. Miss Ella Cesny
  64. Mr. Fritz Colditz
  65. Mrs. Erna Conrad
  66. Anna Conrad
  67. Karl Conrad
  68. Mr. Wilhelm Cornelius
  69. Mrs. Stefanie Czelder
  70. Mr. Martin Czelder
  71. Maria Czelder
  72. Anna Czelder
  73. Emil Czelder
  74. Mrs. Mary Davis
  75. Mr. Hermann Deckinger
  76. Mr. Paul Demmel
  77. Miss Creszenz Dickenherr
  78. Miss Erna Dietsch
  79. Mr. Rudolf Dittmann
  80. Miss Maria Detje
  81. Mr. Wilhelm Dohr
  82. Miss Rebecka Dohrmann
  83. Mr. Willi Drautz
  84. Mrs. Irma Dreier
  85. Gerd Dreier
  86. Ellen Dreyer
  87. Mr. August Drews
  88. Mr. Hans Drews
  89. Mr. Paul Dreyer
  90. Mrs. Henriette Duncker
  91. Mr. Fritz Dunkel
  92. Mr. Rudolf Eccardt
  93. Miss Emmi Ehlers
  94. Miss Constanze Ehmke
  95. Mr. Friedrich Eichhorn
  96. Mr. Ludwig Eiffler
  97. Mr. Rolf Eimer
  98. Mrs. Elise Eischen
  99. Mrs. Mary Elwis
  100. Miss Meta Fahrenkrug
  101. Mr. Max Faust
  102. Miss Erna v. d. Fecht
  103. Mr. Walter Felsberg
  104. Mr. Werner Fischer
  105. Miss Margarete Fischer
  106. Mr. Sigmund Fischleiber
  107. Mr. Gustav Flaskamp
  108. Mrs. Gustav Flaskamp
  109. Miss Hildegard Floer
  110. Mr. Wilhelm Forchert
  111. Mr. Fred Frank
  112. Mrs. Fred Frank
  113. Miss Ida Frank
  114. Mrs. Frieda Franke
  115. Mr. Peter Franzen
  116. Mrs. Peter Franzen
  117. Mr. Edgar Frels
  118. Mr. Hinrich Freudenthal
  119. Mr. Otto Fried
  120. Miss Maria Fried
  121. Mr. Adolf Fritsch
  122. Mr. Karl Fuchs
  123. Mr. Wilhelm Funk
  124. Mr. Albert Funke
  125. Mr. Heinrich Funke
  126. Mr. Heinrich Garber
  127. Mr. Willy Gehler
  128. Miss Martha Geiger
  129. Miss Emma Geisler
  130. Mr. Otto Geissler
  131. Miss Wiebke Giese
  132. Mr. Otto Gilcher
  133. Miss Klara Glatzer
  134. Mrs. Elsa Gleinig
  135. Mr. Kurt Gleinig
  136. Miss Ilse Gleinig
  137. Mr. Gunther Gleinig
  138. Miss Frieda L. Gogelein
  139. Mr. Adolf Goltermann
  140. Mr. Josef Gosert
  141. Mrs. Josef Gosert
  142. Mr. William Grabe
  143. Mr. Josef Greber
  144. Mr. Wilhelm Greber
  145. Mr. Leonhard Grebner
  146. Mr. Franz Gross
  147. Miss Anna Grünewald
  148. Miss Josefine Gruninger
  149. Mr. Hermann Grust
  150. Mr. Georg Gunnesch
  151. Mrs. Georg Gunnesch
  152. Mr. Pieter van Guns
  153. Mr. Adolf Güttler
  154. Miss Minna Habenicht
  155. Miss Anna Hach
  156. Mr. Karl Häfele
  157. Miss Gertrud Hägele
  158. Mr. Emil Nagel
  159. Miss Mathilde Hahn
  160. Miss Irma Hanberg
  161. Mr. Paul Hand
  162. Mr. Christian Hansen
  163. Mr. Heinrich Hansen
  164. Mr. Ewald Harksel
  165. Mr. Carl Hartmann
  166. Mr. Willy Haug
  167. Mr. Alfred Hauser
  168. Miss Katharina Haussmann
  169. Mr. Paul Heesch
  170. Mrs. Paul Heesch
  171. Mr. Wilhelm Heidrich
  172. Miss Frieda Heinacker
  173. Mr. Willy Heinsohn
  174. Mr. Heinrich Heinsohn
  175. Miss Hermine Heitmann
  176. Miss Milda Heller
  177. Miss Emma Hermann
  178. Mr. Willy Hermsdorf
  179. Mrs. Willy Hermsdorf
  180. Mrs. Gertrud Hey
  181. Anneliese Hey
  182. Miss Anna Heydolph
  183. Miss Louise Heydolph
  184. Mr. Wilhelm Hill
  185. Mrs. Wilhelm Hill
  186. Mr. August Hillebrecht
  187. Mr. Ferdinand Hintze
  188. Miss Gertrud Hintze
  189. Mr. Hermann Hiss
  190. Mr. Eduard Hochreiter
  191. Mr. Erich Hoffmann
  192. Mr. Erwin Hoffmann
  193. Mr. Georg Hoffmann
  194. Mr. Hans Hoffsommer
  195. Mr. Josef Hofmeister
  196. Mr. Paul Holl
  197. Mr. Justus Hommel
  198. Miss Margarete Hopp
  199. Mrs. Helena Hrbcek
  200. Anna Hrbcek
  201. Marie Hrbcek
  202. Mr. Franz Huber
  203. Miss Elisabeth Hubner
  204. Mr. Rudolf Huhn
  205. Mr. John Huss
  206. Mr. Heinrich Hüttemann
  207. Mrs. Elisabeth Hütter
  208. Franziska Hütter
  209. Mr. Herbert Hüttig
  210. Mr. William Imhof
  211. Mr. Harald Ingwersen
  212. Mr. Erwin Jacobsen
  213. Mr. Arno Jahr
  214. Mr. Artur Jankowski
  215. Miss Maria Jelitzki
  216. Mr. Hermann Jentarra
  217. Mr. Emil Jessen
  218. Mrs. Emil Jessen
  219. Mr. Erich Jetter
  220. Mrs. Margarete Johansson
  221. Miss Amanda lunge
  222. Mr. August Kahl
  223. Mr. Albert Kapfenstein
  224. Mr. Heinrich Kappen
  225. Mr. Paul Kehl
  226. Miss Elisabeth Keller
  227. Mr. John Keller
  228. Mr. Hermann Kern
  229. Mr. Otto Kern
  230. Mr. Hermann Kinast
  231. Miss Berta King
  232. Miss Paula King
  233. Miss Kunigunde King
  234. Mr. John Klein
  235. Mrs. John Klein
  236. Anneliese Klein
  237. Mr. Eugen Kleinbub
  238. Mr. Richard Klibschon
  239. Mrs. Luise Klippstein
  240. Miss Anna Klippstein
  241. Mrs. Ida Knuth
  242. Miss Nanni Knuth
  243. Mr. Franz Kobach
  244. Miss Marie Kohagen
  245. Mr. Joe Komma
  246. Mr. Martin Koop
  247. Mr. Otto Kölz
  248. Mr. Fritz Krah
  249. Mrs. Fritz Krah
  250. Mrs. Anna Krakovsky
  251. Josef Krakovsky
  252. Mr. Hermann Kraus
  253. Mr. Fritz Kremkus
  254. Mr. Erich Kreuter
  255. Miss Luise Kritzer
  256. Mr. Fridolf Kröncke
  257. Miss Marta Kröncke
  258. Miss Wanda Kroherr
  259. Miss Therese Kroll
  260. Mrs. Frieda Kromberg
  261. Rolof Kromberg
  262. Mr. Emil Kümmerle
  263. Mr. Friedrich Kuhlenkampf
  264. Miss Maria Kull
  265. Mr. Joseph Kunkel
  266. Miss Elisabeth Kuntze
  267. Miss Anna Landgraf
  268. Mr. Johannes Längerich
  269. Mr. Hans Langenbucher
  270. Mr. Carl Landt
  271. Mrs. Carl Landt
  272. Mrs. Eva Lange
  273. Mr. Emil Latschar
  274. Mr. Georg Lautemann
  275. Mr. Friedrich Lehnert
  276. Mrs. Ella Liebau
  277. Otto Liebau
  278. Mr. Alfred Lingner
  279. Mrs. Alfred Lingner
  280. Mr. Erich Linkewitz
  281. Mrs. Erich Linkewitz
  282. Miss Maria Linz
  283. Mr. Karl Löffel
  284. Mr. Rudolf Loos
  285. Mr. John Loritz
  286. Mrs. John Loritz
  287. Mr. Georg Lotter
  288. Miss Anna Maass
  289. Mr. Hermann Maier
  290. Mr. Eduard Markgraf
  291. Mr. Fritz Marquardt
  292. Miss Julianne Martensen
  293. Mrs. Rosa Mas
  294. Mr. Karl Mayer
  295. Miss Therese Mayer
  296. Miss Josefa Mayerhofer
  297. Miss Marie Meinschien
  298. Mr. Gustav Meister
  299. Miss Elisabeth Menten
  300. Miss Eleonore Messemer
  301. Mr. Heinrich Messmer
  302. Miss Katherina Metzger
  303. Miss Berta Meyer
  304. Miss Brunhilde Meyer
  305. Miss Margarete Meyer
  306. Mr. Werner Michael
  307. Mr. Robert Michalski
  308. Mr. Georg Milbredt
  309. Mr. Johann Miller
  310. Mr. Erwin Mockler
  311. Mr. Julius Moeller
  312. Miss Emma Mohn
  313. Mr. Julius Möller
  314. Mr. Heinrich Joachim Graf von Moltke
  315. Mr. Bernhard Muller
  316. Mr. Herbert Muller
  317. Mr. Max Muller
  318. Mr. Oswald Muller
  319. Mr. Adolf Müllerschön
  320. Mr. Joseph Mundbrodt
  321. Miss Frieda Müssigmann
  322. Mr. Emil Nachbauer
  323. Mr. Alfred Naeder
  324. Mrs. Alfred Naeder
  325. Mrs. Anna Naglitsch
  326. Mr. Franz Naglitsch
  327. Miss Lydia Nauert
  328. Miss Katharina Neff
  329. Mr. Erich Nerlich
  330. Miss Auguste Neumann
  331. Miss Hulda Nickelsen
  332. Miss Hedwig Niebusch
  333. Mr. Walter Niejahr
  334. Mr. Albert Oemcke
  335. Mr. Walter Oehmichen
  336. Mr. Oskar Oehri
  337. Mr. Otto Offermann
  338. Mr. Wilhelm Onstein
  339. Mr. Heinrich Ossendorf
  340. Mrs. Heinrich Ossendorf
  341. Mr. Hermann Pachler
  342. Mr. Bruno Paschke
  343. Mrs. Minna Passow
  344. Mr. Herbert Peters
  345. Miss Magda Petersen
  346. Mr. Paul Petzold
  347. Mrs. Paul Petzold
  348. Mr. George Pfaffmann
  349. Mrs. George Pfaffmann
  350. Oswald Pfaffmann
  351. George Pfaffmann Jr.
  352. Mr. Hermann Pfeiffer
  353. Mrs. Josefine Platzer
  354. Mr. Hans Pohle
  355. Mrs. Hans Pohle
  356. Erna Lotte Pohle
  357. Mr. Fritz Polter
  358. Mr. Edward Frill
  359. Miss Agnes Puknat
  360. Mr. Simon Puschnig
  361. Miss Hertha Quednau
  362. Mrs. Martha Raab
  363. Mr. Andreas Raab
  364. Mrs. Andreas Raab
  365. Miss Maria Rahn
  366. Mrs. Auguste Raich
  367. Miss Maria Rams
  368. Mr. Friedrich Rau
  369. Miss Caroline M. Reale
  370. Mr. Josef Rebel
  371. Mr. Karl Redisch
  372. Mr. Wilhelm Reichert
  373. Mr. Paul Reimann
  374. Mrs. Paul Reimann
  375. Miss Erika Reimann
  376. Waltraut Reimann
  377. Mr. Jacob Reinheimer
  378. Mr. Alexander Reinheimer
  379. Mr. Arthur Reinsch
  380. Mrs. Therese Reiter
  381. Hansi Reiter
  382. Mr. Ernst Renbelt
  383. Mrs. Marie Rennwolt
  384. Mr. August Retzko
  385. Mr. Ernst Richter
  386. Mr. Fritz Riedel
  387. Miss Lina Riedel
  388. Mr. Georg Riegler
  389. Mr. Giovanni Rigazio
  390. Miss Ella Ritter
  391. Mr. Helmuth Rodrian
  392. Mr. Richard Rodrian
  393. Mr. Hermann Röder
  394. Mr. Paul Röder
  395. Mrs. Paul Röder
  396. Mrs. Adele Roggendorf
  397. Mr. Josef Roggendorf
  398. Miss Ottilie Roggendorf
  399. Miss Erna Rohde
  400. Mrs. Lina Roos
  401. Günter Roos
  402. Helmut Roos
  403. Mr. Ludwig Rosa
  404. Miss Luise Rosche
  405. Mrs. Gisella Roth
  406. Miss Margit Roth
  407. Mr. Fritz Rothenberg
  408. Miss Margarete Rüffer
  409. Miss Frieda Rudat
  410. Mr. Otto Russhardt
  411. Mr. Erwin Sammet
  412. Mr. Jakob Sander
  413. Mr. Wilhelm Sanger
  414. Mr. Sax Saxen
  415. Miss Helene Schäffer
  416. Mr. Karl Schneider
  417. Miss Elisabeth Schäffer
  418. Mrs. Marie Schramm:Heinacker
  419. Mr. Rudolf Schäfl
  420. Mr. Heini Schafranski
  421. Mr. Michael Schrick
  422. Mrs. Leia Schapira
  423. Mrs. Michael Schrick
  424. Jacob Schapira
  425. Tina Schapira
  426. Mr. Walter Schroeder
  427. Mrs. Lena Schwarz
  428. Miss Anna Schappele
  429. Gustav Schwarz
  430. Mrs. Else Scheeper
  431. Miss Martha Schwien
  432. Mr. Helmut Scheeper
  433. Miss Berta Schwind
  434. Magdalene Scheeper
  435. Herma Scheeper
  436. Mr. Eugen Schüle
  437. Miss Elisabeth Schubring
  438. Miss Helene Scheer
  439. Mr. Arthur Schulz
  440. Mr. Wilhelm Scheibe
  441. Mr. Moses Schuster
  442. Mrs. Wilhelm Scheibe
  443. Mr. Herbert Schütze
  444. Mr. Erwin Schenk
  445. Mr. Rudolf Sczesny
  446. Miss Rosa Schiehle
  447. Mr. Max Seiler
  448. Mr. Jakob Schindlbeck
  449. Mr. Theodor Sennrich
  450. Katharina Schlaich
  451. Miss Johanna Seufert
  452. Mr. Friedrich Schlimme
  453. Mrs. Dora Shepard
  454. Mr. Julius Schloss
  455. Mrs. Antonie Sidlo
  456. Mr. Johannes Schlunk
  457. Daniela Sidlo
  458. Mr. Adolf Schmidt
  459. Mr. Oswald Siwera
  460. Mr. Franz Schmidt
  461. Mr. Albert Siwera
  462. Miss Helene Schmidt
  463. Mrs. Helene Skrzypzak
  464. Mr. Jonny Schmidt
  465. Mr. Oscar Söchtig
  466. Mr. Fritz Schmidt
  467. Mrs. Oscar Söchtig
  468. Miss Ida Schmidt
  469. Miss Luise Sorg
  470. Mr. Albert Schneider
  471. Mr. Karl Sroka
  472. Mr. Karl Schneider
  473. Miss Veronika Starkmann
  474. Mr. Alfred Stech
  475. Mr. Wilhelm Sterner
  476. Miss Fridoline Stier
  477. Mrs. Therese Stoelzel
  478. Miss Therese Stoiber
  479. Mrs. Franziska Stoll
  480. Irmgard Stoll
  481. Miss Louise Straub
  482. Mr. Hermann Strobel
  483. Miss Pauline Strohmaier
  484. Mr. Paul Stromberg
  485. Mr. Heinrich Stroop
  486. Mrs. Heinrich Stroop
  487. Hilde Stroop
  488. Mr. Franz Strozyk
  489. Mr. Maximilian Stuber
  490. Mr. Salvador Alvarez Suarez
  491. Mr. Walter Suchorski
  492. Mr. Louis Szucs
  493. Mrs. Louis Szucs
  494. Mr. Gustav Tapler
  495. Mrs. Gustav Tapler
  496. Gustav Tapler Jr.
  497. Mr. Erich Thürfelder
  498. Miss Ella Thurau
  499. Miss Luise Titus
  500. Mr. Leopold Tramm
  501. Mr. Hermann Vagts
  502. Mrs. Alice Veeser
  503. Miss Margarete Vöglein
  504. Miss Anna Vogel
  505. Mr. Bernhard Voigtländer
  506. Mr. Hermann Wagner
  507. Miss Anna Weber
  508. Miss Helene Weilandt
  509. Mr. Michael Weinzierl
  510. Anna Weller
  511. Miss Mimi Wendt
  512. Mr. August Wenkel
  513. Miss Elisabeth Weppler
  514. Miss Elisabeth Wepprich
  515. Miss Emilie Werle
  516. Mr. Heinrich Wessels
  517. Miss Anna Wieck
  518. Mr. Erich Wiehl
  519. Miss Wilhelmine Wiesel
  520. Miss Anni Wölfel
  521. Miss Anna Wolf
  522. Miss Anna Wolf
  523. Mr. Gerhard Wosniok
  524. Miss Hildegard Wurster
  525. Mr. Walter Zache
  526. Miss Martha Ziezold
  527. Mr. Hans Zitzelsberger
  528. Mr. Viteslav

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Viteslav Tomes
  2. Mrs. Viteslav Tomes

Photo 02: View Of The Skyscrapers In Manhattan New York On Approach To Pier

Photo 02: View Of The Skyscrapers In Manhattan New York On Approach To Pier

Information for Passengers

On the morning following the departure from Cuxhaven the steamer will call at Boulogne-sur-Mer in France, on the same afternoon at Southampton in England in order to land and embark Passengers. On the third day of the trip the ocean voyage begins.

On arrival in New York officials of the Hamburg American Line (United American Lines, General Agents) are boarding the steamer whowill be glad to assist Passengers. Money remittances for Passengers will be paid there. Railway orders for Passengers booked to a point in the interior of the country will be exchanged against actual railroad tickets. Passengers are requested to apply in this regard to the Landing Agent of the Hamburg American Line. On arrival in New York the "Landing card" attached to your ticket is to be handed to the Immigration Officer for endorse- ment. The baggage may be checked to the Passengers' destination after the custom inspection has taken place.

PREPAIDS of The Hamburg-American Line. Should you wish to have your family, relatives or friends follow you to the United States or Canada, we would recommend you to buy for them a Prepaid ticket over our Line. For this purpose please apply to one of our own offices in the United States or Canada, mentioned hereunder, or to any of our agencies in the cities and larger towns of the United States and Canada, which will be glad to furnish any information desired, and issue Prepaid tickets over our Line without additional charge.

In Europe all Prepaid Passengers will be taken care of by the Agents of the Hamburg-American Line appointed in all larger places. They will endeavor to render every possible assistance to Prepaid Passengers in securing the necessary papers and eventually the United States visa.

New York:
Hamburg-American Line
39, Broadway
Boston, MASS.:
Hamburg-American Line
131, State St.
Los Angeles, CAL.:
Hamburg-American Line
432, Citizens National Bank Building
St. Louis, MO.:
Hamburg-American Line
812, Olive St.
San Francisco, CAL.:
Hamburg-American Line
574, Market St.
Chicago, ILL.:
Hamburg-American Line Hamburg-American Line
117, N. Michigan Ave.

Philadelphia, PA.:
"Atlantic Building,"
262, South Broad St.

Canada

Montreal, QUE.:
Hamburg-American Line
288, St. James St.
Halifax, N. S.:
R. A. Corbett & Co., Ltd.
Winnipeg, MAN.:
Hamburg-American Line
274, Main St.
EDMONTON, ALTA:
Hamburg-American Line
Adams Building

Money Orders. By virtue of her efficient agency-organization extending throughout Europe, the Hamburg-American Line accepts in the United States Money Orders for transmission to Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Jugoslavia, Roumania, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. The payments—transmitted 5 by cable or letter—will be effected promptly, and upon request of the remitter either made in United States currency or the currency prevailing in the respective country. Please apply to any agency of the Hamburg-American Line in the United States which will gladly render any desired information as to the convenient and well protective manner of these remittances.

Valuables or Money. Valuables or money should not be 5 left in the cabin, but be placed in charge of the Purser in his safe. No responsibility, however, can be accepted by the Company.

Letters and Telegrams. Mail arriving for Passengers 5 will be distributed in the office of the Purser.

Letters and postcards written during the voyage may be left at the Purser's Office which on payment of the postage will see that they are forwarded.
Wireless telegrams are accepted by the Radio Officer on duty in the Third Class.

Physician. For medical attendance in case of sickness contracted on board no charge is made; medicines are also provided free of cost.

Baggage. The baggageroom where all large trunks are stored will be open daily at certain hours. Passengers are requested to refer all baggage matters during the voyage to the baggage official on duty. Arrangements between Passengers and stewards or other members of the crew are not binding on the Company. For hand baggage the Company will assume no responsibility.

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.

Steamer Chairs and Rugs. Upon application to the deck stewards, steamer chairs and rugs, can be rented during the voyage, at a charge of $ 1.— each. Places for steamer chairs are assigned by the deck steward.

Meals:

  • Breakfast at 8.00 a. m
  • Dinner at 12.00 noon
  • Supper at 6.00 p. m
  • As well as: Coffee and Cake at 3.00 p. m

Photo 03 - Corner Of Third Class Dining Room On The S.S. New York

Photo 03 - Corner Of Third Class Dining Room On The S.S. New York

Smoking Room. The smoking room is open early in the morning until 12.00 p.m. Smoking is prohibited in the social rooms and the staterooms as well as in the passageways below deck.

Photo 05 - Third Class Smoking Room On The S.S. New York

Photo 05 - Third Class Smoking Room On The S.S. New York

Hot and Cold Baths. A number of comfortable public bathrooms are provided on board. The bathroom steward or stewardess will attend to the bath upon the passenger's request.

Photo 06 - Third Class Bath And Stateroom on the S.S. New York

Photo 06 - Third Class Bath And Stateroom on the S.S. New York

Library. The books in the library may be obtained upon application to the library steward, and are at the disposal of Passengers free of charge. A list of such books is kept by the library steward. Passengers are requested not to leave books lying on deck or in the social rooms.

Music. The orchestra plays daily for 1 hour either in the forenoon, or in the afternoon, and also for 2 hours in the evening either for concert or dancing.

Amusements. A number of games such as Shuffle Board, Dominoes, Chess, Quoits, etc., are at the disposal of Passengers. Moving pictures are shown several times during the trip.

Barber. The barber is authorized to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company. The price list will be found in the barber shop.

Attendance. Passengers are requested to bring any complaints to the notice of the Chiefsteward, and, if the complaint is not promptly investigated, to apply to the Purser or to the Captain.

Main office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie
Hamburg I, Alsterdamm 25

Photo 04 - Third Class Ladies Saloon On The S.S. New York

Photo 04 - Third Class Ladies Saloon On The S.S. New York

The Twin-Screw Turbine Steamer "New York"

Measurement 21,500 tons gross • Length 633 ft. • Beam 79 ft. • Depth 56 ft. 5
Builders: Messrs. Blohm 6- Voss, of Hamburg (1926/27)

New York, the city after which the Hapag steamer "New York" was christened by the Lady Mayoress of the American metropolis on the occasion of her being launched in Hamburg on October 20, 1926, is the largest city in the United States and the greatest trade center in the world. It is situated on the Hudson River and was founded on the island of Manhattan in 1609.

Originally it was a Dutch settlement, and when, in 1664, this was taken by the British, they gave it the name of New York. The city took a considerable share in the American War of Independence, and adopted the United States constitution in
1788. For a considerable time after that it was surpassed in regard to population by Boston and Philadelphia, but soon the gigantic development set in that gave it its present importance. Its population now numbers 51/2 millions. It extends along the Hudson River in a direction from south to north for about 35 miles.

The business and traffic center is located on the island of Manhattan which is built on the lines of a chessboard, and which is lined with piers on its south, east, and west banks. Passengers arriving on board the overseas liners, after passing Bedloe's Island and the Statue of Liberty erected on it, and on entering the harbor proper, are impressed by the grand view of the sky-scrapers facing them. In 1898 the city i.e., the present borough of Manhattan (12,350 acres, population 2,600,000)—was enlarged by the incorporation of the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Richmond.

The Bronx is the district adjoining Manhattan in the east and north. Its area is 39,026 acres and its population 600,000 Brooklyn comprises the district formed by the former city of Brooklyn, Kings County (south of it), Coney Island, and most of the islands located in Jamaica Bay. It is principally a residential district and contains, on an area covering 27,170 acres, a population of 1,900,000 inhabitants.

The Queens District is situated to the east of Manhattan and to the north of Brooklyn, its population numbering 400,000 and its area being 81,757 acres. Richmond is the least densely populated part of the present city. It comprises the whole of Staten Island, the island between the New Jersey shore and New York Bay, has an extent of 36,556 acres and numbers a population of 90,000.

These five boroughs are administered as a unit. The Board of Aldermen has the
functions of a legislating body. It consists of 73 members elected at intervals of 5
(,? four years. Its chairman also acts as Deputy Mayor.

Nearly every branch of commercial and industrial enterprise is represented in New York. The value of the city's foreign trade amounts to 2,500 million dollars per annum. The New York banks dominate the financial situation of the United States and have now taken the place of London as the world's bankers. Shipping lines belonging to all countries frequent New York Harbor.

The annual movement of shipping amounts to about 30 millions tons. Among the companies establishing communication between Europe and New York there are but few whose services date back to the middle of the past century, the Hamburg-Amerika Linie being one of them. Since the establishment of the Company in 1847 its largest and most beautiful ships have always been engaged on the Hamburg—New York route, and these have materially contributed, in the course of the last eighty years, to the strengthening of the ties that connect the two cities. At present nine vessels, totalling 160,000 tons gross, are employed by the Hapag in this service.

Two Motor Vessels The "St. Louis" and The "Milwaukee"

are now building for account of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie with a view to their being employed in the Company's North Atlantic service. They will be completed in March and July respectively. The are the first German passenger motor vessels to be employed on the North Atlantic route. They are equipped with every modern safety device and their accommodation is thoroughly up-to-date.

It will include a Cabin Class, a Third Class for Tourists, and an ordinary Third Class. The first sailing of the motor vessel "St. Louis" from Hamburg to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton has been fixed for March 28, and that of the motor vessel "Milwaukee" for July 24.

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