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Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Hamburg, 4 August 1938

Cabin and Tourist Class Passenger List for the S.S. Hamburg of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 4 August 1938 from Hamburg for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Th. Koch.

List of Cabin and Tourist Class Passengers
Hamburg Amerika Linie / Hamburg America Line
S. S. Hamburg
Captain Th. Koch
From Hamburg to New York
via Southampton and Cherbourg
Thursday, 4 August 1938

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Th. Koch, Commander
  2. First Officer: G. Pietsch
  3. Chief Engineer: J. Ploen
  4. First Radio Officer: A. Richter
  5. First Physician: Dr. H. Kickton
  6. Second Physician: Dr. E. Becker
  7. Nurse: Erika Kulenkamp
  8. Purser: F. Planert
  9. Assistant Purser: H. Ehrhardt
  10. Assistant Purser: R. Bergmann
  11. Baggage Master: M. Clos
  12. Chief Steward, Cabin Class: A. Specht
  13. Grill Restaurant Chef: M. Feig
  14. Chief Steward, Tourist Class: W. Kroeger
  15. Chief Steward, Third Class: F. Hamann
  16. Head Cook: E. Diessner
  17. Music Director: E. Fruth

Ships List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover, Passenger List, Hamburg-American Line S.S. Hamburg, 4 August 1938

To New York

  1. Mrs. Asta Alverdes«Wessel
  2. Mr. Rudolf Baltzer
  3. Mrs. Rudolf Baltzer
  4. Mr. Robert H. Bogue
  5. Mrs. Katherine Bradt
  6. Mr. Adolph Brodmerkel
  7. Mrs. Adolph Brodmerkel
  8. Miss Dorothy M. Burnham
  9. Mrs. Lawrence Chambers
  10. Mr. John L. Courrier
  11. Mrs. John L. Courrier
  12. Mr. Carroll Dunham
  13. Mr. Orr J. Eider
  14. Mrs. Orr J. Eider
  15. Mr. Orr J. Elder Jr.
  16. Miss Kate Eyer
  17. Mr. Bain Farr
  18. Mrs. Bain Farr
  19. Mr. Samuel Fenimore
  20. Mrs. Frank C. Ferguson
  21. Mr. Richard T. Ford
  22. Mrs. Richard T. Ford
  23. Mr. John French
  24. Mrs. John French
  25. Mr. John French Jr.
  26. Mr. Orris K. Frencli
  27. Miss Lilly Flenker
  28. Mrs. Norman E. Gatens
  29. Miss Annie G. Getty
  30. Mr. Gram
  31. Miss Francis Grant
  32. Mr. James Graves
  33. Mrs. James Graves
  34. Mrs. M. M. Hall
  35. Mr. Edward M. Hammond
  36. Mrs. Edward M. Hammond
  37. Miss Frances Hammond
  38. Dr. «Ing. Gerd Stieler von Heydekampf
  39. Mrs. Gerd Stieler von Heydekampf
  40. Mr. George S. Hice
  41. Miss Ollie Holmes
  42. Miss Dea Jamel
  43. Mr. Herman Junge
  44. Mrs. Herman Junge
  45. Mrs. Gerda Koopmann
  46. Mr. William R. Kreeger
  47. Mrs. William R. Kreeger
  48. Mr. Harold Kronig
  49. Dr. Wilfried Krummei
  50. Mrs. Wilfried Krummei
  51. Mr. Gustav Langmaack
  52. Mr. John G. Lanning
  53. Dr. Ullrich Leihen
  54. Miss Georgina Leffingwell
  55. Mr. William E. Lehr
  56. Miss Sarah C. Leonhard
  57. Mr. Paul Loder
  58. Mrs. Paul Loder
  59. Miss Elsa Lohmann
  60. Mr. Norman F. Lynn
  61. Mrs. Greziella Panaga de Maduro
  62. Mrs. Marie Mahon
  63. Mr. Director Mario Mazzarovich
  64. Rev. J. McDonald
  65. Mrs. C. W. McNeilly
  66. Dr. Rudolf Merzbach
  67. Miss Edna Monaghan
  68. Mr. A. P. Monroe
  69. Mrs. A. P. Monroe
  70. Mr. A. D. Monroe
  71. Mr. Robert T. Moorhouse
  72. Mr. Dipl.«Ing. Müller
  73. Mrs. Elizabeth Newcomb
  74. Miss Helen K. Newcomb
  75. Mr. A. B. A, Neuber
  76. Mrs. C. R. Palmer
  77. Miss Ruth Palmer
  78. Dr. Sherman Perry
  79. Mrs. Sherman Perry
  80. Dr. Paul Alb. Reinhart
  81. Mr. Carl Rekonski
  82. Mr. Hubbard H. Reynolds
  83. Mr. Francis Rockwell
  84. Miss Mary J. Rogers
  85. Dr. Hans Heinrich Rust
  86. Mrs. Ethel Ryan
  87. Mrs. Sida Scheuer
  88. Miss B. Benlah Shannon
  89. Miss Nina Grace Smith
  90. Mr. Charles H. J. Snider
  91. Mr. Sigurd Sorensen
  92. Mrs. Sigurd Sorensen
  93. Mr. Francis C. Sparling
  94. Mrs. Merle C. Sproull
  95. Mr. Addis E. Spurge
  96. Mr. Warren H. Spurge
  97. Mrs. Warren H. Spurge
  98. Mr. S. Steffensen
  99. Rev. Philip J. Steinmetz
  100. Mr. Alfred Strack
  101. Mr. Myron A. Swayze
  102. Mr. Frisby F. Thomas
  103. Mrs. Frisby F. Thomas
  104. Mr. Peter Thomson
  105. Lajos Kalman Graf Tisza
  106. Alexia Gräfin Tisza
  107. Mrs. Julia T. Trost
  108. Mrs. Rose C. Turney
  109. Mr. John S. Unger
  110. Miss Marian G. Varner
  111. Mr. William Charles Veit
  112. Mr. Generalkonsul Dr. Wilhelm Wagner
  113. Mrs. Wilhelm Wagner
  114. Miss Gertrude S. Wagoner
  115. Mr. Hermann Wallerstein
  116. Mrs. Hermann Wallerstein
  117. Miss Grete Wallerstein
  118. Mr. Simon R. Ward
  119. Mrs. Simon R. Ward
  120. Mr. Philip Weatherby
  121. Mrs. Felicitas Weile
  122. Dr. Ernst Wendler Gesandter des Deutschen Reiches in Bolivien
  123. Mrs. Ernst Wendler
  124. Miss Marlis Wendler
  125. Mrs. Charles Winter
  126. Miss Grace Winter
  127. Mrs. F. B. Woods
  128. Mr. Charles C. Wooster
  129. Miss Elizabeth A. Wooster
  130. Dr. Anthony Zimmer
  131. Mr. John W. Zoerb
  132. Mrs. John W. Zoerb
  133. Miss Sallic Zoerb

Nach Southampton

  1. Mr. Edward E. B. Adams
  2. Miss Marion C. Austin
  3. Mrs. John Austin Black
  4. Mrs. Albert R. Bogert
  5. Mrs. Robert J. Boydt
  6. Mrs. Ella K. Clark
  7. Miss Annie B. Coolidge
  8. Mrs. Robert E. Conway
  9. Miss Catharine G. Curtis
  10. Mrs. W. H. Deming
  11. Mr. Pastor Albert Dolman
  12. Mrs. Albert Dolman
  13. Dr. John Walther Fitz.Gerald
  14. Mrs. George Francis
  15. Mr. Sam Grathwell
  16. Mr. Korvettenkapitän Eberhard Heinichen
  17. Mrs. Charles Hewett
  18. Miss Catharine Higgins
  19. Miss C. V. Humbargar
  20. Mrs. Mae A. Humphrey
  21. Mr. Huson und Familie
  22. Mr. Mathias Hutter
  23. Mrs. Helene P. Johnson
  24. Miss Melba Lee
  25. Miss Mary Littell
  26. Dr. Charles Lukens
  27. Mrs. Charles Lukens
  28. Miss Ruth Lukens
  29. Mrs. Hilde M. Nelson
  30. Dr. Luther C. Peter
  31. Mrs. Luther C. Peter
  32. Mrs. Marion Pirner
  33. Mr. Albert H. Pote
  34. Mrs. Albert H. Pote
  35. Miss Rosamond Roberts
  36. Miss Viola E. Schaefer
  37. Miss Marion V. Stevenson
  38. Mrs. Eva LI. Studniczka
  39. Mrs. Ellen D. Thompson
  40. Mr. Louis J. Wahl Jr.
  41. Mrs. Louis J. Wahl Jr.
  42. Mrs. A. Waller
  43. Mr. Henry B. Watson
  44. Mrs. Henry B. Watson
  45. Mrs. W. B. White F
  46. Miss Mary W. White
  47. Hon. Charles S. Whitman
  48. Mr. Charles S. Whitman Jr.
  49. Mr. Edgar H. Whittingham
  50. Mrs. Edgar H. Whittingham
  51. Miss Marie A. Whittingham
  52. Miss Marion J. Whittingham
  53. Mrs. Isabel Ch. Young
  54. Mr. F. Chandler Young

Nach Cherbourg

  1. Miss Frances A. Bredin
  2. Miss Annie P. Davis
  3. Miss Julia C. Davis
  4. Mr. Raymond French
  5. Mrs. Raymond French
  6. Miss Gloria F. French
  7. Dr. Theodore F. Ramspacher
  8. Mrs. Theodore F. Ramspacher
  9. Miss Hilda M. Ramspacher
  10. Mrs. J. C. Kerrison
  11. Miss Nancy B. Martin
  12. Mrs. Ursula H. Villamin
  13. Miss Catalina Villamin
  14. Miss Virginia Villamin
  15. Miss Nancy M. Warner
  16. Mr. Wolf Mrs. Wolf
  17. Mrs. Francois M. de Ybarbicea

Ships List of Tourist Passengers

Nach Yew York

  1. Mr. Curt Abel
  2. Dr. Hermann Adam
  3. Mr. Otto Adam
  4. Mrs. Ilka Ahlers
  5. Dr. J. W. Aikens
  6. Mr. Adolf Allmayer
  7. Mrs. Adolf Allmayer
  8. Miss Inge Allmayer
  9. Miss Margot Allmayer
  10. Mrs. R. C. Averill
  11. Mrs. Anna Bahr
  12. Mr. Erwin Baum
  13. Mrs. Erwin Baum
  14. Hannelore Baum
  15. Max Baum
  16. Miss Betty R. Bean
  17. Miss Elizabeth Belke
  18. Mrs. Elisabeth Bernd
  19. Miss Catherine Bey
  20. Mr. Flenry Bloecker
  21. Mrs. Henry Bloecker
  22. Mrs. Ernestine Boeck
  23. Mr. C. C. Boyce
  24. Mr. Douglas Bradshaw
  25. Miss Viola Caldwell
  26. Miss F rancis Cartney
  27. Mrs. Mary Calderwood
  28. Miss Margaret Calderwood
  29. Miss Marianne Calderwood
  30. Miss C. M. Chalupnik
  31. Miss Marjorie Child
  32. Mr. Carl Christ
  33. Mrs. Carl Christ
  34. Mrs. Mary Creegan
  35. Marie Creegan
  36. Mr. Theodor Coburn
  37. Mrs. Theodor Coburn
  38. Mr. J. P. Corner
  39. Miss Julia Crew
  40. Miss Jean Currens
  41. Miss Marie Dagget
  42. Mrs. Anna Debald
  43. Dr. Karl Deissler
  44. Mrs. Karl Deissler
  45. Miss Agnes Dister
  46. Mrs. Marie Dornauer
  47. Mrs. Margarete Eekardt
  48. Mr. A. J. Eckelmann
  49. Mrs. A. J. Eckelmann
  50. Mr. Paul Eckelmann
  51. Mr. Carl Eckelmann
  52. Mrs. Carl Eckelmann
  53. Mr. Carl F. Enders
  54. Mr. Robert F. Engelke
  55. Mrs. Robert F. Engelke
  56. Miss Elaine Eppler
  57. Mrs. Christine Ermer
  58. Mr. Georg Fette
  59. Mr. Hans Fischer
  60. Mr. Paul Fitting
  61. Mrs. Paul Fitting
  62. Mr. John G. Frank
  63. Mr. Eugen Freund
  64. Mrs. Eugen Freund
  65. Mrs. Marion Gale
  66. Miss Lydia Gardiner
  67. Miss H. Gibbons
  68. Miss Susanne Glascock
  69. Dr. Hans Goldschmidt
  70. Mr. Herbert Goldt
  71. Mr. Julius Gottlieb
  72. Mrs. Julius Gottlieb
  73. Miss Ida Gottlieb
  74. Miss Lotty Gottlieb
  75. Mr. Hans Gottlieb
  76. Mr. Kurt Gottlieb
  77. Mr. Joseph Grise
  78. Mrs. Joseph Grise
  79. Mrs. Clara Gudden
  80. Mr. Hans W. Guttmann
  81. Mrs. Caroline Hagenauer
  82. Mr. George Plalbmeier
  83. Mrs. George Halbmeier
  84. Mr. Albert Hartenstein
  85. Mrs. Albert Hartenstein
  86. Mr. Otto Hartmann
  87. Mrs. Otto Hartmann
  88. Miss Alice Harvey
  89. Mr. Paul Heide
  90. Mrs. Martha Heitmann
  91. Miss Helen Hennigar
  92. Mr. Karl Hensel
  93. Miss F. L. Herrmann
  94. Mr. W. Horn Mrs. W. Horn
  95. Mr. Ferdinand Hosp
  96. Mrs. Ferdinand Hosp
  97. Mrs. Elsa Jahn
  98. Mr. Edward J. Jahn
  99. Miss Jean James
  100. Mr. E. T. Johnston
  101. Mrs. E. T. Johnston
  102. Mrs. Berta Katz
  103. Miss Henny Katz
  104. Miss Minna Kedenburg
  105. Mrs. A.'E. Kendall
  106. Mr. G. E. Kesseli
  107. Mr. Felix A. G. Koch
  108. Mrs. Felix A. G. Koch
  109. Miss Irmgard Körholz
  110. Mr. Martin Kühne
  111. Miss Elizabeth Lambert
  112. Mr. Jörgen Larsen
  113. Mrs. Emma Leissing
  114. Mr. Moritz Lerz
  115. Mr. Kurt de Leur
  116. Mrs. Kurt de Leur
  117. Mrs. Elsa Loh
  118. Miss V. B. Lortsch
  119. Dr. Hermann Lütge
  120. Miss Hedwig Miichtle
  121. Mrs. Elvira Marks
  122. Mr. Rudolf Melzer
  123. Miss Gretchen Meyer
  124. Mr. Arthur Mocker
  125. Mrs. Arthur Mocker
  126. Mrs. F. H. Moorehouse
  127. Mr. Johannes Mulder
  128. Mr. Anton Navratil
  129. Mrs. Beatrice Nichols
  130. Mrs. Anna Nierlich
  131. Donald Nierlich
  132. Mr. Henry Pape
  133. Mrs. Henry Pape
  134. Evelyn Pape
  135. Alice Pape
  136. Mrs. Helene Peiper
  137. Mr. Ignaz Peiper
  138. Mrs. Elsa Peiper
  139. Mrs. Dora Perei
  140. Sister Bertha Pfeiffer
  141. Mr. Ernst F. Pfund
  142. Mrs. Minnie Planek
  143. Miss Alice Pollard
  144. Sister Margareta Praus
  145. Mr. Sverre Quisling
  146. Mr. William Ramos
  147. Mr. Francis R. Ray
  148. Mr. H. Reuter
  149. Miss Dorothy Richardson
  150. Mr. William Robinson
  151. Miss Ilse Rosenberg
  152. Susanne Salsbury
  153. Mr. Paul Schaefer
  154. Miss Anna M. Schaper
  155. Miss Helene Schnickers
  156. Mr. Gustav Schlesinger
  157. Mrs. Gustav Schlesinger
  158. Mr. Professor Johannes Schneider
  159. Mr. Gottlieb Schneider
  160. Mrs. Gottlieb Schneider
  161. Mr. Richard Schöning
  162. Mrs. Richard Schöning
  163. Mr. Johann Schwarting
  164. Mr. Robert Schwarz
  165. Mrs. Robert Schwarz
  166. Mr. Felix Servos
  167. Miss Elisabeth Shephard
  168. Mrs. E. Simon Cecilie Simon
  169. Mrs. Meta Speier Beate Speier
  170. Mr. Walter Stamps
  171. Mr. Alfred Stein
  172. Mrs. Alfred Stein
  173. Mr. Henry Struve
  174. Mr. Henry Studzinski
  175. Mr. Ulf Thaysen Henry Thoben
  176. Miss Elenor Thornfield
  177. Mr. W. Thomas
  178. Mr. D. Thomas
  179. Mr. Fritz Tittelbach
  180. Mrs. Fritz Tittelbach
  181. Miss Pauline Truex
  182. Dr. J. W. Veatch
  183. Mr. Fred Vollbrecht
  184. Mrs. Fred Vollbrecht
  185. Mrs. Charlotte Wächter
  186. Mr. Julius Warren
  187. Mrs. M. T. Welch
  188. Mrs. Johanna Weitmann
  189. Mrs. Marie Wentz
  190. Miss E. Whannel
  191. Mrs. Clara Wichman
  192. Danny Wichman
  193. Miss Ilse Wiesenthal
  194. Mr. H. J. Winters
  195. Mrs. H. J. Winters
  196. Miss Charlotte Witter
  197. Mr. R. C. Wohrman
  198. Mrs. Marta Wüster
  199. Miss Gertrud Wüster
  200. Miss Mildred Wüster
  201. Miss Amalia Young

To Southampton

  1. Mr. John B. Birks
  2. Mrs. Elisabeth Bonington
  3. Mrs. Anna Boyer
  4. Mrs. Irene M. Carter
  5. Miss Auguste Cathor
  6. Mr. Wilhelm Glasen
  7. Miss Eva Ehrenbaum
  8. Dr. Wolfgang Frank
  9. Miss Elisabeth Friedenthal
  10. Miss Charlotte Friedenthal
  11. Miss Christine Gordon
  12. Dr. Pfarrer Leopold Hacault
  13. Mrs. Leopold Hacault
  14. Miss Dora Hacault
  15. Miss Hanson
  16. Miss Eva Hartmann
  17. Miss Katie Flaslam
  18. Miss Frieda Herschager
  19. Miss Frieda Hesselager
  20. Mrs. Helga Higdon
  21. Miss Lillie Hoerig
  22. Mr. Roland Hofmeyer
  23. Mrs. Roland Hofmeyer
  24. Miss Eleonore Holzapfel
  25. Mr. Hugo E. Kern
  26. Mrs. Alice Kaufmann
  27. Renate Kaufmann
  28. Gustav Kaufmann
  29. Mr. Wolfgang Koppen
  30. Mrs. Elisabeth Laackmann
  31. Mrs. Pat Lennard
  32. Miss Una P. Lennard
  33. Dr. George Martin
  34. Mrs. George Martin
  35. Mr. William Matthews
  36. Dr. Hugo Müller
  37. Mrs. Hugo Müller
  38. Mrs. Hilda Nelson
  39. Mrs. Mary Orchard
  40. Mr. J. D. Parker
  41. Mrs. J. D. Parker
  42. Mr. Reimer Parow
  43. Mr. Günther Pfeiffer
  44. Mrs. Leonore von Pogrell
  45. Miss Margarete Russel
  46. Mr. Arnold Stalmann
  47. Mrs. Arnold Stalmann
  48. Mrs. C. Street
  49. Mr. C. Street
  50. Miss Charlotte Strobel
  51. Miss Herta Warnholt

The Hamburg-American Line

The Hamburg-American Line is Germany’s oldest and largest steam¬ship company. It was founded on May 27, 1847 by Hamburg merchants as the Hamburg-American Steam Packet Company and rose in the course of a few decades from an obscure firm owning a few sailing ships to the position of the world’s largest steamship company whose ships sailed to every corner of the globe.

After the World War which resulted in the loss of practically all of its tonnage, untiring and persevering efforts soon enabled the Hamburg-American Line again to occupy one of the leading positions in the shipping world with a modern fleet of 110 ocean-going steamers and 147 smaller vessels aggregating in all 788,178 Gross Register Tons.

The first service operated by the Company which to-day maintains regular services to all parts of the world, was between Hamburg and New York. After the foundation of the Company the service was inaugurated by three sailing ships, soon to be followed by the first steamers flying the Hapag flag. They started a rapid development of this important service by still larger and faster ships until, at the outbreak of the War, three giant liners plying between Hamburg and New York were the largest and most luxurious afloat.

Today the New York Service is maintained by the four twin-screw express steamers of the “Hamburg” type, of 22,000 Gross Register Tons. Propelled by engines of about 28,000 HP., these ships attain an average speed of 19 miles per hour enabling them to make the crossing from Hamburg to New York in eight days.

Every Thursday, in summer and winter, one of the “Famous Four” sails from Ham¬burg via Southampton and Cherbourg to New York while another one returns from New York via Cherbourg and Southampton to Hamburg. Each of these ships can accommodate about 1,000 passengers in Cabin, Tourist and Third Class. Besides the four ships of the “Hamburg” type, the twin-screw motorship “St. Louis” of 16,732 Gross Register Tons is also engaged in the New York Service during the summer months.

Apart from this service, the Hamburg-American Line maintains regular sailings to all parts of the world. More than 120 ports in every corner of the globe are regularily called at by the steamers of the Hamburg-American Line. With excellent ships for the speedy transportation of passengers, cargo and mail, the Company maintains services to Canada, Cuba and Mexico, the West Indies and Central America, to the West Coast of North and South America, to the Dutch East Indies, to Australia, to China and Japan and other countries of the Far East.

Pleasure cruising has been another important branch of the Com¬pany’s business ever since, in the early nineties, the “Augusta Victoria” of the Hamburg-American Line sailed on the world’s first pleasure cruise. To-day two splendid ships, the “Reliance” of 19,821 Gross Register Tons and the “Milwaukee” of 17,754 Tons are ex¬clusively engaged in cruising. They carry their passengers Around the World, to the Mediterranean and the Lands of the Midnight Sun, to the Atlantic Islands and to the West Indies.

The S. S. “Reliance” has for years been holding an international reputation as one of the finest cruising liners afloat while the “Milwaukee,” among other features, is equipped with up-to-date installations for medicinal baths, massages and similar treatments making her the world’s first “floating Spa.”

Information for Passengers

Ships’TravellersChecks. The attention of our passengers is called to the fact that in the left upper corner of the Ships’ Travelers Checks the name of the passenger has immediately to be filled in. If this is not done there is the possibility that in case of thefts the cheques can easily be cashed by persons not entitled to it. Utilization of Public Rooms.

Passengers are sincerely requested to confine themselves to the public rooms, promenade decks and deck space specifically provided for the class in which they travel. Grill Room. Special attention of Cabin passengers is directed to the Grill Room, situated on the Boat Deck.

It is particularly suitable for passengers desirous of having an occasional meal in privacy or in company of friends. Meals are served there between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and between 6 and 9 p.m. A cover charge of RM. I.— for lunch and of RM. 2.— for dinner each person is made for meals thus served. Passengers who want to take all their meals in the Grill Room may do so on payment of a lump sum of RM. 17.50 each person for the portion Southampton/ Cherbourg—New York or vice versa or RM.20.— for the portion Hamburg—New York or vice versa for half of the Roundtrip.

Deck Chairs, Travelling Rugs, etc. In addition to the seating
accommodation provided on deck, comfortable deck chairs, rugs, chair cushions and pillows are available to passengers. They may be hired, for the duration of the passage, at the following rates:
Cabin Class Tourist Class
$ i.—
$ 1.— $ 1.— $ 0.50
$ 1.50 $ 1.50
$ 1.— $ 0.50

Deck Chairs... Woollen Rugs Chair Cushions Pillows
Apply to the deck stewards.

Wireless Telegraph and Telephone Services. The Wireless Station (Telefunken system) is in uninterrupted communication with the mainland and may be used for cable messages both ways. In addition, the ship is fitted with a short-wave trans¬mitter for direct telephone messages. Information regarding the use of both services may be had free of charge on application to the wireless operator, whose office is on the Boat Deck. All inquiries, complaints, etc., should be exclusively addressed to Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegrafie m. b. H., 2g, Hardenberg Strasse, Berlin-Charlottenburg II, and not to the Hamburg-American Line, the latter company assuming no responsibility for the wireless services.

New York Mail for Passengers. The New York Office of the Hamburg-American Line/North German Lloyd has made arrange¬ments 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. Cabin passengers will receive the landing cards from 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’ bag¬gage, because they are 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 accom¬modation 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 (in¬cluding 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, NewYork. 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 manner.

Advance Reservations of Automobiles. The Hamburg-Ameri¬can 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.

Life Preservers
Life preservers ready for immediate use are to be found at the head of the beds in all cabins. They are put on like ordinary jackets and are tied together at the neck and across the body. The danger signal for passengers consists of seven short and one long blast of the steam-whistle. Upon this signal passengers proceed to the assembly places indicated in public notices on board. From here they are conducted to the boats by their room stewards under supervision of the officer in charge.

Films, Chemicals, burning Articles, etc.
Any large quantities of films, chemicals and other photographic material of inflammable nature may under no circumstances be kept in the cabins. Passengers are requested to hand them to the purser on board for safe-keeping.

In order to prevent fires, our passengers are cautioned not to throw over board from decks and staterooms lighted cigar and cigarette ends, matches, etc. as they can easily be blown into a stateroom on a lower deck and cause fire there.

Important Notice
According to the German Currency Regulations putting an embargo on the import of German and Austrian Banknotes and Silver Coin officials and members of the crew are prohibited from accepting German and Austrian Banknotes and Silver Coin.

Passengers are therefore kindly requested to pay their bills and intended gratuities only in Ships Money Orders or in foreign currencies.

Tourist iiepartment of the Hamburg-American Line
On the A-Deck of the S. S. Hamburg 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 to 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 matters which are of importance to travellers. At the Office tickets are issued for railroads and steamers to all parts of the world.

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the Monthly Magazine published in five languages by the Hamburg-American Line. You will enjoy reading the vivid descriptions from every part of the globe contained in this smart periodical. TRAVEL also offers entertaining short stories and expert advice to travellers. Order TRAVEL through the Book Depart¬ment on board the steamer or direct through the Hapag Verlagsgesellschaft, Hamburg 1, Alsterdamm 25.

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Tourist Class Passengers Tourist Class Passengers Tourist Class Passengers Tourist Class Passengers Tourist Class Passengers
Officers Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information
Officers Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information
Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information Proposed Sailings Offices and Agencies Cruises
Passenger Information (in German) Passenger Information Proposed Sailings Offices and Agencies Cruises
Cruises Cruises Travel Magazine by HAPAG Extract of Log Form Back Cover
Cruises Cruises Travel Magazine by HAPAG Extract of Log Form Back Cover

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

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