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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. New York, 9 August 1934

First and Tourist Class Passenger List for the S.S. New York of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 9 August 1934 from Hamburg for New York via Southampton, Cherbourg and Cobh (Queenstown), Commanded by Commodore Kruse.

List of First and Tourist Class Passengers
Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg American Line (HAPAG)
S.S. New York
Commodore Kruse
From Hamburg To New York
via Southampton, Cherbourg and Cobh (Queenstown)
Thursday, 9 August 1934

List of Officers

  1. Captain: Commodore Kruse, commander
  2. 1st Officer: W. Arfsten
  3. 2nd officer: H. Vasel
  4. 2nd Officer: A. Franiel
  5. 2nd officer: H. Westphal
  6. 3rd Officer: W. Ziegler
  7. 3rd Officer: R. Büschler
  8. 4th Officer: H. Damnitz
  9. 1st radio officer: H. Stoldt
  10. 2nd radio officer: A. Heide
  11. 3rd Radio Officer: W. Ast
  12. 4th radio officer: H. Hansen
  13. Chief Engineer: R. Franz
  14. 2nd engineer: G. Matthiessen
  15. 2nd engineer: F. sleeper
  16. 3rd Engineer: B. Hamann
  17. 3rd Engineer: W. Schlichting
  18. 3rd Engineer: F. Meyer
  19. 3rd Engineer: L. Momsen
  20. 3rd Engineer: M. Stoltenberg
  21. 4th Engineer: P. Koopmann
  22. 4th Engineer: A. Scheel
  23. 4th Engineer: P. Gottwald
  24. 4th Engineer: W. Gütschow
  25. 1st Electrician: A. Bublitz
  26. 2nd Electrician: F. Matzen
  27. Projectionist: B. Miessner
  28. 1st Physician: Dr. C. L. Schmidt
  29. 2nd Physician: Dr. G. Paschlau
  30. Nurse: Käthe Rotmann
  31. First Purser: O. Höfel
  32. Purser: A. Pape
  33. Purser: F. Smeikal
  34. Assistant Purser: K. Keim
  35. Assistant Purser: H. Glaeser
  36. Assistant Purser: W. Brueggemann
  37. Baggage Master: O. Schmidt
  38. Chief Steward 1st Class: A. Specht
  39. Assistant Chief Steward 1st Class: R. Nieter
  40. Assistant Chief Steward 1st Class: P. Baum
  41. Assistant Chief Steward 1st Class and Grill Room Chef: K. Kiews
  42. Chief Steward Tourist Class: A. Martiensen
  43. Assistant Chief Steward Tourist Class: E. Thomas
  44. Steward Tourist Class: P. Gerhard
  45. Assistant Steward Tourist Class: A. Bucherer
  46. Head Chef: K. Schneider
  47. Orchestra Conductor: H. Reimers

List of First Class Passengers

Passenger List Cover

To New York:

  1. Miss Helen Altman
  2. Mr. Kapitän Walter L. Anderson
  3. Mrs. Walter L. Anderson
  4. Mrs. William Andrews
  5. Mr. Vallee O. Appel
  6. Mrs. Vallee O. Appel
  7. Mrs. Luise Atkinson
  8. Mr. Dr. John H. Banks
  9. Mrs. John H. Banks
  10. Mr. Dr. Karl A. Bauer
  11. Mrs. Karl A. Bauer
  12. Mr. August Beutkamp
  13. Mr. Karl A. Beutkamp
  14. Mr. William Clayton Black
  15. Mrs. William Clayton Black
  16. Mrs. John Borg
  17. Mr. Donald Borg
  18. Mr. Max Breitung
  19. Miss Priscilla Bromley
  20. Miss Pauline Brown
  21. Mrs. Grace Buckminster
  22. Miss Susan Canfield
  23. Mr. Clifford C. Carpenter
  24. Miss Priscilla Cartwright
  25. Miss Marion Cartwright
  26. Miss M. K. Casey
  27. Mr. Herbert O. Caster
  28. Mrs. Herbert O. Caster
  29. Miss Mary Caster
  30. Miss Catherine Conklin
  31. Mr. Gardner Cushman
  32. Mr. Edward H. Dederick
  33. Mrs. Edward H. Dederick
  34. Mr. Robert Densmore
  35. Mrs. Robert Densmore
  36. Mrs. W. H. Dickey
  37. Mr. D. D. Dickey
  38. Mr. Herman H. Doehler
  39. Mrs. Herman H. Doehler
  40. Miss Ruth Doehler
  41. Mr. Frederick Draeger
  42. Mrs. Frederick Draeger
  43. Miss Dorothy Drew
  44. Miss Helen Drew
  45. Miss T. Marie Dunbar
  46. Mr. R. L. Ellington
  47. Miss Grace E. Emery
  48. Miss Katherine Emery
  49. Mr. Frederick A. Fable
  50. Mrs. Frederick A. Fable
  51. Mr. Lawrence G. Fell
  52. Mrs. Lawrence G. Fell
  53. Miss Hildreth Fessler
  54. Mr. Heinrich Freudenberg
  55. Mrs. Heinrich Freudenberg
  56. Mrs. Grace B. Gilbert
  57. Mr. John J. Gordon
  58. Mrs. John J. Gordon
  59. Mr. Robert N. Gordon
  60. Mrs. Maybelle D. Gouert
  61. Mrs. R. W. Gray
  62. Mr. Joseph A. Gutekunst
  63. Mr. Bayard Hand
  64. Mrs. Bayard Hand
  65. Mr. Bayard R. Hand Jr.
  66. Mr. J. M. Colton Hand
  67. Barclay L. Hand
  68. Mr. Flugkapitän Alfred Henke
  69. Mr. Edwin Hickman
  70. Mrs. Edwin Hickman
  71. Mr. Norman G. Hickman
  72. Mrs. Gertrude Pierce Hoage
  73. Mr. J. Oakley Hobby Jr.
  74. Mrs. J. Oakley Hobby Jr.
  75. Mr. Dr. jur. Walter Hoffmann
  76. Mr. A. L. Holme
  77. Mrs. A. L. Holme
  78. Mr. Frank J. Hooley
  79. Miss Francis Hooley
  80. Herr Direktor G. Hüttner
  81. Mrs. G. Hüttner
  82. Mrs. Florence Innes
  83. Mr. Kurt Janke
  84. Herr William H. Kingsley Jr.
  85. Mrs. William H. Kingsley Jr.
  86. Miss Katrina Kipper
  87. Miss Marie D. Klein
  88. Miss A. Catherine Klein
  89. Mr. John H. Knebels
  90. Mr. Konsul C. Porter Kuykendall
  91. Mrs. C. Porter Kuykendall
  92. Mr. Herbert Kusserow
  93. Mr. William P. Lade
  94. Miss Margaret Lancto
  95. Miss Evelyn K. Laporte
  96. Mr. Oscar R. Lundin
  97. Mr. Thomas A. Manning
  98. Miss Katherine Mannix
  99. Mrs. John Maquire
  100. Miss Kathryn Maquire
  101. Miss Gertrud Merchel
  102. Miss Alice Merriam
  103. Mrs. F. C. Merry
  104. Mr. Allerton Miller
  105. Mrs. Lillian Davis Miller
  106. Mr. William A. Miller
  107. Mrs. William A. Miller
  108. Mr. William A. Miller Jr.
  109. Mr. Philip G. Miller
  110. Mrs. D. J. Miskey
  111. Mr. Dr. Walter Mund
  112. Mrs. L. W. Murfey
  113. Mr. L. W. Murfey Jr.
  114. Mr. E. Albin Nebel
  115. Mrs. E. Albin Nebel
  116. Mr. Edgar Nolger
  117. Mr. Eric von Nostitz
  118. Mrs. Eric von Nostitz
  119. Mr. Charles H. O’Brien
  120. Mr. C. H. O’Brien
  121. Miss Frances O’Brien
  122. Mr. Hans Oppenheimer
  123. Miss Marie E. Page
  124. Miss Dr. Louise Pearle
  125. Mr. Charles Perry
  126. Mrs. Edwin Phipps
  127. Miss Helen Pierce
  128. Mrs. Romaine Pierson
  129. Mrs. Robert C. Rathbone
  130. Mr. H. Lee Rauch
  131. Mrs. H. Lee Rauch
  132. Mrs. George J. Raymond
  133. Mr. Herman H. Remecke
  134. Herman H. Remecke
  135. Miss Josephine Reynolds
  136. Mr. Willard Robinson
  137. Mrs. George A. Robinson
  138. Mr. Georg Rothstein
  139. Mrs. Marie M. Schneidereith
  140. Miss Helene M. Schneidereith
  141. Mrs. C. N. Shelden
  142. Mr. George Simon
  143. Mrs. George Simon
  144. Mr. Direktor Hans Simon
  145. Mrs. Hans Simon
  146. Mr. William T. Snyder Jr.
  147. Mr. Xaver Sogalla
  148. Mr. Anton Soukop
  149. Frau Anton Soukop
  150. Miss Josephine Stapleton
  151. Mr. A. Ernest Succop
  152. Miss Mary L. Succop
  153. Mr. Jacquelin A. Swords
  154. Mrs. Jacquelin A. Swords
  155. Mr. Gerhard Tappert
  156. Mr. Peter Thomson
  157. Miss Fredericka Venables
  158. Mr. John C. Weadock
  159. Mrs. John C. Weadock
  160. Mrs. K. D. White
  161. Miss D. White
  162. Mr. Lansing Wilcox
  163. Mrs. Lansing Wilcox
  164. Miss Joan Wilcox
  165. Miss Nancy Wilcox
  166. Mrs. Rosemarie Wild
  167. Mr. Dr. Percy H. Williams
  168. Mrs. Percy H. Williams
  169. Mr. Richard W. Wolfe
  170. Mrs. Richard W. Wolfe
  171. Mr. Dr. A. Wollner
  172. Mr. Richard Wright
  173. Mr. Satoschi Yamane

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Alfred S. Black
  2. Mrs. Alfred S. Black
  3. Mrs. John Austin Black
  4. Mr. Dr. Wilhelm Blank
  5. Mrs. Guy Bolton
  6. Guy Bolton
  7. Miss Mina Busch
  8. Mr. Einar L. Dane
  9. Mr. Dr. Curt Drotschman
  10. Mrs. Curt Drotschman
  11. Mr. R. Lindsey Ellington
  12. Miss Margareth L. Farley
  13. Mrs. Maria Fuhrmann
  14. Mr. Phil. Gray
  15. Mr. Hans Gülck
  16. Mrs. Thomas Hall
  17. Mrs. Margaret Hanke
  18. Mrs. Bertha Jacobsen
  19. Mrs. Friedrich Joch
  20. Mr. Reginald H. Jones
  21. Mrs. Reginald H. Jones
  22. Miss Jean Kennedy
  23. Miss Emmy Körner
  24. Miss Julia B. Lockwood
  25. Mr. Staatssekretär Dr. Johannes Krohn
  26. Mrs. Johannes Krohn
  27. Fräulein Maries Elisabeth Krohn
  28. Mr. Ernest Ainsworth Lambert
  29. Mrs. Ernest Ainsworth Lambert
  30. Patricia Lambert
  31. Joan Lambert
  32. Mr. Charles W. H. Mennig
  33. Mrs. Olivia Murrays-Tosh
  34. Mr. Dr. Hans Naunberg
  35. Mrs. Hans Naunberg
  36. Miss Anhey Paige
  37. Mr. Charles B. Prettyman
  38. Mrs. F. A. Richter
  39. Adolf Dietrich Freiherr von Schönberg
  40. Mrs. M. G. Jacobsen
  41. Mr. Seckel
  42. Miss Patricia Squire
  43. Mr. Arnold H. Vorster
  44. Rev. Walter Westow
  45. Mrs. Wilma Wilfarth
  46. Mr. Arthur Wolters

To Cobh:

  1. Mr. Dr. Paul Ehlers
  2. Mrs. Paul Ehlers

From Southampton To Cherbourg:

  1. Mr. Dr. Otto Campe

From Southampton To Cobh:

  1. Mr. Mathias McCarthy


List of Tourist Class Passengers

To New York:

  1. Mr. Theodor Aichmann
  2. Mr. Martin Anderson
  3. Mrs. Martin Anderson
  4. Miss Mabel Anderson
  5. Mr. Willy Andresen
  6. Mrs. Willy Andresen
  7. Mrs. Gladys Andrews-König
  8. Mrs. Berince Andrews-Johnston
  9. Miss Lydia Appel
  10. Mrs. W. C. Baker
  11. Miss Virginia Ballard
  12. Mrs. Helen D. Barrett
  13. Mrs. Rosa Barth
  14. Schwester Amy Baver
  15. Rev. Ernst Bayes
  16. Mrs. Wilhelmine Benatzky
  17. Mrs. Maria Berghoff
  18. Miss Wilma Berghoff
  19. Mr. Dr. Michael Berliner
  20. Mrs. Olga Bindseil
  21. Miss Gertrud Bindseil
  22. Miss Mae Bliss
  23. Mrs. Elsa Bocker
  24. Mr. Alfred Böhmer
  25. Mr. Grant R. Bourne
  26. Miss Adah S. Borgerding
  27. Miss Grace Borgerding
  28. Mr. Richard Brady
  29. Mrs. Richard Brady
  30. Neal Brady
  31. Jozee Brady
  32. Mrs. Bertha Braun
  33. Miss Blanche Brickett
  34. Miss Anna M. Brodbine
  35. Mr. John F. Brugger
  36. Mr. Dr. Max Brumann
  37. Mrs. Max Brumann
  38. Mr. Hermann Buck
  39. Mrs. Hermann Buck
  40. Mr. Heinrich Bühring
  41. Mr. Dr. Georg Burkhardt
  42. Mrs. Georg Burkhardt
  43. Miss Lucille M. Burianek
  44. Mrs. Dorothy Burns
  45. Miss Lisa Buschner
  46. Mr. Fritz Busemann
  47. Mrs. Anna Campbell
  48. Mrs. Thomas Carrie
  49. Mr. Frank Carroll
  50. Mrs. Frank Carroll
  51. Miss Greta Cashion
  52. Miss Frieda A. Caviezel
  53. Colonel Alfred Chandler
  54. Mr. Thomas Cherry
  55. Mr. Professor George M. Chrony
  56. Mr. Professor Robert Clark Jr.
  57. Mr. Georg Clasing
  58. Miss Hertha Classen
  59. Rev. Thomas Colreany
  60. Mrs. Josephine Conroy
  61. Mr. Professor Wm. Alpha Cooper
  62. Miss Mona M. Corlett
  63. Mr. Präsident Wm. Crome
  64. Miss Grace A. Cruickshank
  65. Mr. Dr. John Daly
  66. Mrs. John Daly
  67. Miss Francis Daly
  68. Mr. George Damerell
  69. Miss Juana Danziger
  70. Miss Blanche Davis
  71. Mr. Evan B. Davis
  72. Miss Rose G. Davis
  73. Mrs. J. Davison
  74. Mrs. F. L. Decker
  75. Mrs. Martha Diebel
  76. Mr. Richard Dohme
  77. Mrs. Richard Dohme
  78. Rev. Anthony Doherty
  79. Rev. Michael Donoher
  80. Mr. Walter Döring
  81. Mrs. Wilhelmine Dubbels
  82. Mr. Karl Dürr
  83. Mrs. Karl Dürr
  84. Karls Werner Dürr
  85. Mr. Professor Clarence W. Eastman
  86. Miss Arlene Egger
  87. Miss Elizabeth Ellis
  88. Miss Agnes C. Engel
  89. Mr. Wilhelm Ensslin
  90. Mr. Manuel Eraso
  91. Mr. Henry E. Fischer
  92. Mr. Denison Fish
  93. Mr. Hugo Flatz
  94. Mrs. Hugo Flatz
  95. Sofie Flatz
  96. Miss Dorothy Fly
  97. Mrs. L. F. Francis
  98. Mrs. Helene Frank
  99. Mr. Max Freudenthal
  100. Miss Ida Fuhrmann
  101. Mr. Dr. Ellis Fuller
  102. Mr. Dr. Günther Gaede
  103. Mrs. Ida Ganz
  104. Miss Harriet Garrison
  105. Mr. Wilhelm Gayde
  106. Mrs. Wilhelm Gayde
  107. Mrs. Hermana Gerth
  108. Miss Clarence Gifford
  109. Mr. Professor Henry Glasson
  110. Miss Elisabeth Gmelin
  111. Miss Helma Goldenberg
  112. Mr. Theo Goldenberg
  113. Mrs. Grace B. Goss
  114. Miss Emma Gould
  115. Mr. Paul Greenfield
  116. Mrs. Paul Greenfield
  117. Miss Julia W. Griffin
  118. Miss A. L. Guilfoyle
  119. Mr. Pfarrer C. Günther
  120. Miss Delia Hadsell
  121. Miss Gertrude Halleran
  122. Mrs. Therese Hallmann
  123. Leo Hallmann
  124. Mrs. Hedwig Hamlet
  125. Mrs. Marie Harder
  126. Rev. M. P. Harney
  127. Mr. Professor Raymond Harriman
  128. Miss Dorothy Harrison
  129. Miss Edith Hasselberger
  130. Mr. Albert Heineberg
  131. Mrs. Julia Helmick
  132. Mrs. Julia Hendricks
  133. Mrs. Johanna Henle
  134. Mr. Walter Herrington
  135. Mr. Dr. E. T. Hessle
  136. Mrs. E. T. Hessle
  137. Miss Dr. Anna L. Hicks
  138. Mr. Hans Hiedemann
  139. Miss Liesel Hiemenz
  140. Miss Sarah E. Hinman
  141. Mr. Maurice Hinman
  142. Miss Margarethe Hörz
  143. Mrs. Anna Hörz
  144. Mrs. Anna Hughes
  145. Miss Bessie Hunton
  146. Miss Agathe Illaya
  147. Mr. Wm. Jackson
  148. Mrs. Wm. Jackson
  149. Mr. Albert Jacometti
  150. Mrs. Albert Jacometti
  151. Miss Erna Jandorf
  152. Mr. Fred Jark
  153. Mr. Dr. C. S. Joakum
  154. Mr. Seymour St. John
  155. Mr. George St. John
  156. Miss Maude Lou Johnson
  157. Miss Ada Johnson
  158. Mr. Dr. William H. Jones
  159. Miss Norma Jones
  160. Mr. Ernst Jung
  161. Mrs. Ernst Jung
  162. Mr. Felix Jung
  163. Mrs. Felix Jung
  164. Mr. Walter Jung
  165. Mrs. Walter Jung
  166. Mr. Max Kahn
  167. Mr. Karl Kalkoffen
  168. Mrs. Karl Kalkoffen
  169. Mr. Christian Kaupp
  170. Miss Margaret E. Kennedy
  171. Mrs. Alma W. Kimball
  172. Mr. Roy Kimmei
  173. Miss Elsa Kirchheimer
  174. Mr. Fred A. Klemm
  175. Mrs. Friedo Klemm
  176. Miss Gertrude Klemm
  177. Mr. Theodor Kling
  178. Mrs. Antonie Klingenberg
  179. Mr. Dr. Max Knoefel
  180. Mr. Arthur Köhler
  181. Mrs. Arthur Köhler
  182. Mr. Johann Kriebs
  183. Mrs. Johann Kriebs
  184. Mr. Otto Krug
  185. Mr. Dr. Heinrich Kruse
  186. Mrs. Heinrich Kruse
  187. Rolf Kruse
  188. Mrs. E. Kypke
  189. Miss Selma Laabs
  190. Mr. Erich Laboschinski
  191. Mr. Karl Landahl
  192. Mr. Kurt Lande
  193. Mrs. Kurt Lande
  194. Miss Pauline Laurer
  195. Miss A. Leissner
  196. Miss Helen Lesk
  197. Miss Lotti Loeb
  198. Mrs. L. S. Lombard
  199. Miss Marion Long
  200. Miss Rose Longan
  201. Miss Elizabeth Loomis
  202. Mr. Michael T. Lynch
  203. Rev. Richard Maloney
  204. Miss Katherine Mannix
  205. Miss Janet MacDonald
  206. Mr. Montgonary McIntosh
  207. Mr. Anton Memmer
  208. Miss Helen A. Metz
  209. Miss Catharina Meyertöns
  210. Mr. Richard Michel
  211. Mrs. Martha Michel
  212. Miss Gertrud Michel
  213. Mr. Dr. Karl S. Miller
  214. Mr. C. J. Milz
  215. Mr. Anton Missong
  216. Miss Else Molitor
  217. Miss Susan Monahan
  218. Miss Loretta Monahan
  219. Mrs. Susanne Montbrun
  220. Miss Marie Montbrun
  221. Mrs. John M. Moore
  222. Mr. Garfield Morgan
  223. Mr. David A. Morris
  224. Mrs. David A. Morris und Familie
  225. Mr. Wm. Morrison
  226. Mrs. Wm. Morrison und Familie
  227. Miss Alice M. Mortell
  228. Miss Anne Moynihan
  229. Mr. John Murphy
  230. Mr. M. A. Murtagh
  231. Mrs. M. A. Murtagh
  232. Mrs. Anna Neff
  233. Mr. B. Nelson
  234. Mrs. B. Nelson
  235. Mr. Justin Neumann
  236. Mr. Jerry Newby
  237. Mrs. Jerry Newby
  238. Mr. Byron R. Newton
  239. Mr. Friedrich Niemann
  240. Mr. Direktor Joh. Nobis
  241. Miss Frances O’Brien
  242. Mr. William Ohlhaber
  243. Miss L. M. O’Neale
  244. Mr. Daniel O’Neill
  245. Miss Ethel O’Neill
  246. Mr. Heinrich Opitz
  247. Mrs. Sophie Ottenheimer
  248. Mr. Elias Ottenheimer
  249. Mrs. Elisabeth Otto
  250. Mrs. Caroline Pahler
  251. Miss Florence B. Palmer
  252. Mr. Stanislaus Papych
  253. Miss Elizabeth Pardy
  254. Miss Jewell Parkin
  255. Schwester Mary Patrick
  256. Miss Ruth de WittsPearl
  257. Miss Louise Peck
  258. Miss Gertrude Pecoroni
  259. Miss Marie Petruscheck
  260. Mrs. Dr. Anna Plessing
  261. Mr. Professor Dr. James Pollock
  262. Mrs. Liselotte Prietzel
  263. Mr. Rudolf Prinz
  264. Herr Hugh Quinn
  265. Mr. Professor Dr. John Rachen
  266. Mr. John J. Reade
  267. Miss Ann Regner
  268. Miss Beatrice Reilly
  269. Miss Mary Reilly
  270. Miss Bertha H. Reinke
  271. Mr. Dr. Eduardo Ricaurte
  272. Mr. Ernest Ricckmann
  273. Mr. Walter Rist
  274. Miss Caroline Rives
  275. Mrs. Bertha Roberts
  276. Mr. Frederick Rodel
  277. Mrs. Frederick Rodel
  278. Mr. Fred Rodel
  279. Miss Ilse Roth
  280. Mrs. M. A. Rügen
  281. Mr. George van Santvoord
  282. Mrs. W. H. Schaefer
  283. Mr. Friedrich Schäfer
  284. Miss Cordelia Schaffner
  285. Miss Grace A. Schaffner
  286. Miss Professor Dorothy Schaffter
  287. Mr. Wilhelm Scherwitzki
  288. Mrs. Wilhelm Scherwitzki
  289. Mr. Georg Schlange
  290. Schwester Edna Schmid
  291. Mrs. Margarete Schmidt
  292. Mr. Dr. Georg Schmiel
  293. Mrs. Georg Schmiel
  294. Miss Berta Schmitt
  295. Miss Margarete Schmitthenner
  296. Miss Dell. Schoonmaker
  297. Mr. Otto Schöneberg
  298. Miss Henriette Schrauer
  299. Mr. Professor Dr. Carl Schreiber
  300. Mrs. Louisa Schutte
  301. Mr. Ernst Schwarz
  302. Mrs. Ernst Schwarz
  303. Mr. Wilhelm Schwarz
  304. Mrs. Wilhelm Schwarz
  305. Mr. Philipp Schwender
  306. Mrs. Philipp Schwender
  307. Mr. Karl Schwender
  308. Miss Gretchen Schwoebel
  309. Mr. John Sederle
  310. Mr. Chas. Seymour Jr.
  311. Miss Florence Shaw
  312. Mrs. J. Marden de Shorn
  313. Mr. Präsident Homer Le Roy Shantz
  314. Miss Ettel Singer
  315. Mrs. Martha G. Sloan
  316. Mrs. Mary Sorensen
  317. Miss Ethel Sorensen
  318. Mr. Harry Stanton
  319. Mrs. Harry Stanton
  320. Mr. Charles G. Staubitz
  321. Mrs. Charles G. Staubitz und Familie
  322. Mr. Ludwig Steiger
  323. Mr. Walter Stein
  324. Mrs. Marie Steinhardt
  325. Mr. Friedrich Steinmetz
  326. Miss Paula Stern
  327. Miss Elizabeth F. Stevens
  328. Mr. Professor Stewart Stoke
  329. Miss M. H. Stoll
  330. Mr. W. A. Strobach
  331. Mrs. Josephine Sturzenegger
  332. Mr. H. B. Taylor
  333. Mrs. H. B. Taylor
  334. Miss Helen Taylor
  335. Mary Taylor
  336. Harry Taylor
  337. Berody Taylor
  338. Mr. Dr. Kornel L. Terplan
  339. Mrs. Helen Thayer
  340. Walter Thayer
  341. Mr. F. Traugott
  342. Mrs. F. Traugott
  343. Miss Jane Trimble
  344. Miss Mary Trimble
  345. Miss Gertrude Trombly
  346. Mrs. Anna Turner
  347. Mr. Professor Herbert Vogel
  348. Mrs. Herbert Vogel
  349. Miss Hedwig Wachowsky
  350. Miss Catharina Wachowsky
  351. Mrs. Hildegard Wagner
  352. Miss Constance Walker
  353. Mr. Jean W. Wanamaker
  354. Mr. D. S. Warfel
  355. Mrs. D. S. Warfel
  356. Mrs. Anna Warschaver
  357. Mr. Professor Oliver Washburn
  358. Miss E. M. Watts
  359. Miss May Watts
  360. Mrs. Therese Weber
  361. Mr. Professor Oswald Wedel
  362. Miss E. M. Weller
  363. Miss Margaret Wells
  364. Miss Julia Williams
  365. Mrs. Martha Wille
  366. Mr. Direktor Karl Wilke
  367. Miss Ethel Winterfield
  368. Mr. Professor Benjamin Wright
  369. Mr. Henry Wulfsohn
  370. Mr. Christian Ziegenspeck
  371. Mrs. May Zwilgmeyer

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. George Abernathy
  2. Miss Anny Allen
  3. Miss Betty Allen
  4. Mr. James Andrews
  5. Mrs. Inge Baker
  6. Miss E. E. Baldwin
  7. Miss Bertha Bessunger
  8. Mr. Professor Dr. Herbert Blumer
  9. Mr. Albert Bossom
  10. Mr. Dr. Kurt Busemann
  11. Mr. Dr. Rudolf Cassierer
  12. Mrs. Rudolf Cassierer
  13. Miss Irmgard Christiansen
  14. Mr. Gerald Clayton
  15. Mr. Pres. Thomas Conser
  16. Mr. John Coupe
  17. Mr. Walter Crainger
  18. Mrs. Walter Crainger
  19. Walter Crainger
  20. Mr. George Downes
  21. Mr. Edward Downes
  22. Mr. Artur Dunton
  23. Mrs. Gertrude Ettinger
  24. Mr. Dr.William Gallaugher
  25. Mrs. William Gallaugher
  26. Mr. Arthur Gardner
  27. Mr. John Gardom
  28. Mrs. Dr. Erna Haas
  29. Mr. Kenneth Hill
  30. Mrs. Rosalie Hughes
  31. William D. Hughes
  32. Mr. Harry Johnes
  33. Mrs. Harry Johnes
  34. Miss Klara Jürgensen
  35. Mr. Bernard Kent
  36. Mr. Horst Klemund
  37. Miss Margarete Knoke
  38. Mr. John Longley
  39. Mr. John Longley Jr.
  40. Mr. Professor McKinn Marrick
  41. Mrs. Edith Morris
  42. Miss Johanna Müller
  43. Herr Professor Wm. A. Orton
  44. Miss Ellen Paczyna
  45. Mr. Leonhard Page
  46. Mrs. Leonhard Page
  47. Mr. Alfred Partridge
  48. Miss Margareth Phillips
  49. Mr. Rodney S. Pearson
  50. Mrs. Rodney S. Pearson
  51. Davis Pearson
  52. Miss Magda Raabe
  53. Mr. Otto Reiche
  54. Mrs. Otto Reiche
  55. Mr. Franz Riecke
  56. Mrs. Franz Riecke
  57. Miss Anna Schupfer
  58. Mrs. Margarethe Schwartz
  59. Mr. A. Mason Ronald Schwartz
  60. Mr. Professor W. Smith
  61. Miss Mollie Thorn
  62. Mr. William Tompkins
  63. Mrs. William Tompkins
  64. Miss Ida Tompkins
  65. Miss Mary Warren
  66. Miss Dora Waterhouse
  67. Mr. Ashley Williams
  68. Miss Phyllis Wood

To Cherbourg:

  1. Mr. Professor Reginald Coggs-Hall
  2. Mr. Horace Nickels
  3. Mrs. Horace Nickels

To Cobh:

  1. Rev. Patrick Brown
  2. Miss H. Browner
  3. Miss K. Byrne
  4. Mr. Joseph Clavin
  5. Rev. Daiti Conchbair
  6. Rev. Maurice Dufficy
  7. Miss J. Duffy
  8. Rev. A. Griffith
  9. Mr. J. Griffith
  10. Mr. Cornelius Heffernan
  11. Miss J. Keeley
  12. Rev. Fr. Kennedy
  13. Rev. Fr. P. Kennedy
  14. Rev. William Kiernan
  15. Mr. Daniel P. King
  16. Miss M. J. Mäher
  17. Miss J. O. Mäher
  18. Miss Mary Maloney
  19. Miss L. Maroney
  20. Mr. W. J. Morris
  21. Mr. Dr. Patrick McDonough
  22. Mrs. Patrick McDonough
  23. Rev. Patrick Menton
  24. Rev. John Menton
  25. Rev. James Menton
  26. Mr. Martin J. Murphy
  27. Mr. Patrick Murphy
  28. Miss B. O’Connor
  29. Miss N. O’Connor
  30. Mr. J. O’Donnell
  31. Mr. J. Piggott
  32. Mrs. J. Piggott
  33. Mrs. Gräfin Robert von Rhoden
  34. Mr. Dr. Joseph Sexton
  35. Mrs. Dr. Sarah Sexton
  36. Miss Kathleen Timmons
  37. Miss Mary Timmons
  38. Rev. Michael Troy

The Hamburg-American Line (HAPAG)

The Hamburg-American Line was founded in 1847. Its growth to importance was slow at first, but exceedingly rapid afterwards, so that—in 1914—the Company was the world’s biggest shipping undertaking, its fleet aggregating more than 1,300,000 gross register tons. The war and its after-effects completely destroyed the work which it had taken seven decades to build up; but reconstruction set in at once, with the result that the Hapag is now once more one of the largest and most important shipping companies. Its fleet consists of 155 sea-going ships and 221 vessels of smaller size, whose combined tonnage amounts to about one million gross register tons.

The routes served by the Company’s ships once more span the globe. More than 30 regular services are operated to North, Central and South America, to Africa, the Netherlands Indies, the Far East and Australasia. Several pleasure cruises are also undertaken annually by some of the Company's ships, including cruises to the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, to the Mediterranean, the Orient, the Atlantic Isles, the West Indies, around Africa (4 Continents) and a cruise around the world.

The Company’s shore organization is equally comprehensive. The Head Office is situated in a fine building facing the Binnenalster in Hamburg. It accommodates, among others, the offices of the managers, the passenger and freight departments, the shipbuilding section, the bookkeeping departments, etc. The harbour installations of the Hapag comprise Kaiser-Wilhelm-Hafen, Ellerholzhafen, part of Indiahafen, and certain parts of other harbor basins. No less than 158 cranes with a total hoisting capacity of 588 tons are available on the quays for the handling of merchandise. The length of the railway sidings connecting the harbour installations with the network of the National Railways is 10-8 miles. As regards the other establishments operated by the Hapag in the port of Hamburg, special mention must be made of the Overseas Home, where passengers are boarded and lodged at moderate rates prior to their departure. The large installations at Cuxhaven where passengers are embarked and disembarked are also of considerable interest.

A few figures may be added to give a rough idea of the importance of Germany’s largest shipping undertaking. Since its foundation its ships have carried 8,1 million passengers and 5,367,000,000 cubic ft. of cargo. The total number of beds on the whole of the ships is 16,500, so that as many as 16,500 persons can be carried across the sea at the same time. The number of clerical employees, workmen, etc., required to keep the firm’s business going, is about 12,700. Of these, 8,600 are employed on board the Company’s ships, 3,400 on shore, and 700 act as passenger or freight agents in all parts of the world.

Information for Passengers

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.
Landing Card. On arrival in New York the “Landing card” attached to your ticket is to be handed to the Immigration Officer for endorsement. First-class passengers will receive the landing cards by the purser during the voyage.

New York Porter Service. 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. In addition, passengers are earnestly advised to direct their enquiries concerning baggage or passage matters exclusively to persons who, by their uniforms, are plainly seen to be Hapag employees. Failing this precaution, they expose themselves to the risk of being taken advantage of by unauthorized persons.

Passengers proceeding to interior Destinations. Wireless advance bookings of Pullman, sleeping and parlor car accommodation for the journey from New York to places situated in the interior may be effected on board through the intermediary of the Purser.

Sailing Permits for Non-Americans. Non-Americans (including visitors to the United States who intend a temporary stay only) must obtain, prior to their departure from the United States, a Sailing Permit, which must be produced previous to going on board, when the final passage ticket is examined. Such Sailing Permits are issued at the Custom House, Battery, New York.
Further information will be gladly given by the Hamburg-American Line/North German Lloyd, 57, Broadway, New York.

Imported Plants and Soil etc. Prohibited. The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Ad-ministration, advises under “Notice of Quarantine No. 37,” that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category.

Advance Reservations of Automobiles. The Hamburg-American Line has made arrangements with the Pennsylvania Cadillac Motor Service, New York, whereby private limousines may be ordered by wireless to our New York piers for arrival of our ships. Information as to rates and all other details are obtainable at the Tourist Department of the Hamburg-American Line on board.

Hapag Cruises for Health and Pleasure

A number of Cruises for Health and Pleasure are organized each year by the Hamburg-American Line, enabling passengers to enjoy the beauties of Northern and Southern lands. The vessels used for this purpose are the s. s. “Oceana”—which was specially designed for a pleasure cruise steamer—and several other suitable ocean-going vessels.

Hapag Northern Cruises 1934
These will take place from June to the end of August. The cruise steamer “Oceana" and the motorship “Milwaukee” will undertake Cruises from Hamburg to Norway as far as the North Cape, to Scotland, Iceland and Spitsbergen.

Hapag Scandinavia, Russia and Baltic Cruise 1934
This Cruise will take place after the completion of the Northern Cruises. Starting from Travemünde August 19th, the pleasure cruise steamer “Oceana” will proceed to Visby, Sweden, Finland, Russia (Moscow), Danzig, and Denmark and will return to Hamburg via the Kiel Canal.

Autumn Cruise through the Western Mediterranean
The triple-srcw de-luxe s. s. “Resolute” will sail from Naples on September 3rd on a 12 day Cruise to Hamburg visiting en route Villefranche, Barcelona, Tanger, Lisbon, Vigo, Cobh and Cherbourg.

Cruises to the Atlantic Islands 1934
During September, October and November the Cruise Steamer “Oceana” and the motorship “Milwaukee” will make three cruises from Hamburg to Madeira, the Canary Islands, Tanger and Vigo.

Christmas Cruise 1934/35
Starting from Hamburg the twin-screw motorship “Milwaukee” will undertake a Christmas Cruise calling at Lisbon, Gibraltar, Tanger, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Funchal (Madeira) and Vigo. Duration 15 days.

Hapag West Indies Cruises 1934/35
From December 1934 to April 1935 the de-luxe s. s. “Reliance” will make several Cruises from New York to the West Indies and the Caribbean.

Hapag Educational Tours to Central America and Cuba/Mexico
By the two up-to-date twin-screw motorships “Caribia” and “Cordillera” Educational Tours to Central America can be made, in connection with which shore excursions have been arranged in the ports of Barbados, Trinidad, La Guayra. Puerto Cabello, Curasao, Puerto Colombia, Cartagena, Cristobal, Puerto Limon and Puerto Barrios. The most suitable time for such tours is from December to February. The return trip may be made, if desired, via Mexico and Cuba, by Hapag steamer.

Hapag Mediterranean Cruises 1935
Between the middle of February and the beginning of June the motorship “Milwaukee” will make several Cruises to the eastern and western parts of the Mediterranean sailing either from Hamburg, Genoa or Venice.

Hapag Around the World Cruise 1935
The triple-screw de-luxe steamer “Resolute” will undertake an Around the World Cruise lasting from the beginning of January to the end of May. Thirty countries will be visited and a distance of about 27.500 miles will be covered.

For information and bookslets apply to the Tourist Office on board this vessel or to
Hamburg-Amerika Linie, 25, ALSTERDAMM, HAMBURG 1 or to any of their agents or representatives.

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Prepared 2015-05-20 by Paul K. Gjenvick, MAS, Archivist

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