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Holland-America S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam Passenger List for 17 September 1910

Cabin Passenger List for the T.S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 17 September 1910 from Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer, Commanded by Captain A. Roggeveen.

List of Cabin Passengers

Holland-America Line

T.S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam

Captain A. Roggeveen
From Rotterdam to New York
via Boulogne-sur-Mer
Saturday, 17 September 1910

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

Passenger List, T.S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, Holland-America Line, September 1910, Rotterdam to New York - Front Cover

  • Commander: A. Roggeveen
  • Chief-Officer: HARTOGH HEYS
  • Chief-Engineer: MERKELBACH
  • Purser: GELEEDTS
  • Chief-Steward: ZOUTENDYK
  • Physician: Dr. DOWLING

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. Edw. P. Alexander
  2. Mr. Julian Alexander
  3. Mrs. E. M. Alexander
  4. Miss A. D. Alexander
  5. Mrs. N. B. Appel
  6. Mrs. O. Applegate
  7. Miss C. M. Applegate
  8. Mr. R. Aronson
  9. Miss Elizabeth Gowdy Baker
  10. Mr. B. D. Bartlett
  11. Mrs. B. D. Bartlett
  12. Mr. Ernst H. Bauer
  13. Mr. R. van den Baumen
  14. Mrs. L. G. Benziger
  15. Mrs. Bertha Benziger
  16. Mr. Abraham Bieringer
  17. Mr. W. D. Blair
  18. Mrs. W. D. Blair
  19. Mr. Henry F. Boardman
  20. Mrs. Henry F. Boardman
  21. Miss Wynanda K. Boardman
  22. Mr. Derick L. Boardman
  23. Mrs. D. G. Boissevain
  24. Mast. Holly Boissevain
  25. Mast. Freddy Boissevain and Governess
  26. Miss Annie A. Brainard
  27. Mrs. J. E. Brennan
  28. Mr. J. P. Bretz
  29. Mrs. C. F. Bridge
  30. Rev. Prof. Dr. C. A. Briggs
  31. Mrs. C. A. Briggs
  32. Miss Grace Briggs
  33. Miss Olive Briggs
  34. Mrs. H. Brooks
  35. Miss K. F. Brownell
  36. Mr. G. Bunzl
  37. Mrs. G. Bunzl
  38. Miss Madeleine Bunzl
  39. Miss Irene B. Butler
  40. Miss Margaret Carey
  41. Miss Louise Carey
  42. Miss A. Ceytte
  43. Mrs. Charles C. Clark
  44. Mr. C. D. Clarke
  45. Mrs. C. D. Clarke
  46. Mrs. Robert Clarke
  47. Mrs. C. S. Comsbock
  48. Miss Dorothy B.Comsbock
  49. Mr. Luther Conradi
  50. Miss C. E. Converse
  51. Miss Florense Converse
  52. Mr. Geo L. Cragg
  53. Mrs. Geo L. Cragg
  54. Mr. I. Daszynski
  55. Miss Kate Dinnan
  56. Mr. Herbert Dittler
  57. Mr. Henry Dreyfoos
  58. Mrs. Henry Dreyfoos
  59. Mr. R. Dudensing
  60. Mrs. R. Dudensing
  61. Mast. Richard Dudensing
  62. Mr. A. B. Ehrlich
  63. Mr. Carl Ehrmann
  64. Mrs. William B. Elliot
  65. Miss Myra Elliot
  66. Miss Adele Elliot
  67. Miss Allitta Emery
  68. Mr. D. H. Ezerman
  69. Mrs. D. H. Ezerman
  70. Miss Mary Ezerman
  71. Mast. Willem Ezerman
  72. Miss Mary L. Fay
  73. Mrs. Leopold S. Fechheimer
  74. Mrs. J. C. Fennell
  75. Mr. Chas. B Fennell
  76. Mr. Adelin Fermin
  77. Mr. Ernest H. Finman
  78. Mrs. Ernest H. Finman
  79. Mrs. Frieda Fischer
  80. Mrs. James Flanagan
  81. Miss Agnes Flehinghaus
  82. Dr. Marie K. Formad
  83. Miss Gertrude Foster
  84. Miss Emma Foster
  85. Mr. Spaulding Fraser
  86. Mrs. Spaulding Fraser
  87. Dr. Rowland G. Freeman
  88. Mrs. Rowland G. Freeman
  89. Mr. Rowland G. Freeman Jr.
  90. Mrs. R. E. Frolich
  91. Mrs. Lena Gidion
  92. Miss Hattie Gidion
  93. Mr. John A. Gifford
  94. Miss Gifford
  95. Miss Alice C. Gifford
  96. Mr. Charles A. Gifford
  97. Mrs. Charles A. Gifford
  98. Mr. C. Conyngham Gifford
  99. Mast. John A. Gifford
  100. Mast. Donald S. Gifford
  101. Mrs. J. M. Goetchius
  102. Mr. S. Gotthelf
  103. Mrs. S. Gotthelf
  104. Miss Sylvia Gotthelf
  105. Miss Jeanette Gotthelf
  106. Mrs. C. J. Gould
  107. Mrs. J. H. Gower
  108. Miss M. B. Gower
  109. Rev. Chas. P. Grannan
  110. Miss Ella M. Graveson
  111. Mr. H. D. Greenwald
  112. Mrs. H. D. Greenwald
  113. Mr. Frank K. Greenwald
  114. Miss Myra C. Greenwald
  115. Mast. Lawrence G. Greenwald
  116. Miss S. M. Grimm
  117. Mr. Lawrence I. Grinnell
  118. Mr. Robert S. Grinnell
  119. Miss Gertrude Guilford
  120. Mr. Dirk Haagmans
  121. Mr. C. R. Hansel
  122. Mrs. C. R. Hansel
  123. Miss Florence H. Hansel
  124. Mr. Robert P. Hargitt
  125. Mrs. Robert P, Hargitt
  126. Miss Virginia Hartshorne
  127. Miss Mathilda Hassler
  128. Mr. R. D. Hastings
  129. Mr. H. P. Hastings
  130. Mrs. B. A. Hegeman Jr.
  131. Miss Virginia Hegeman
  132. Mr. Jacob Heldman
  133. Mrs. Jacob Heldman
  134. Mrs. Wm. Herman
  135. Mast. Edward Herman
  136. Mr. Wm. Herman
  137. Mr. Henry Hess
  138. Mrs. Henry Hess
  139. Mr. H. Lawrence Hess
  140. Miss M. D. Hess
  141. Miss Phylis Hess and Maid
  142. Mr. Charles Heymann
  143. Mrs. Charles Heymann
  144. Miss Leona Heyman
  145. Mast. Melville C. Heymann
  146. Mrs. H. M. Hitchings
  147. Miss Christine Hitchings
  148. Mrs. J. H. P. Hodgson
  149. Miss Ensley Hodgson
  150. Miss Martha A. Hornsey
  151. Mrs. B. Hornthal
  152. Mr. F. A. Horsey
  153. Mrs. F. A. Horsey
  154. Mr. J. Hunziker
  155. Mrs. J. Hunziker
  156. Miss Doril Hunziker and Maid
  157. Mr. Spencer M. Hurtt
  158. Rev. A. Janssens
  159. Mrs. Edith Jayne
  160. Miss E. L. Jayne
  161. Rev. Charles E. St. John
  162. Mrs. Charles E. St. John
  163. Mr. Everett St. John
  164. Mr. Harold St. John
  165. Mr. H. R. Jolles
  166. Mr. J. C. Jolles
  167. Mr. A. Kapteyn
  168. Mrs. B. Karfiol
  169. Miss Jeanette Karfiol
  170. Miss Celilia Kays
  171. Mr. George W. Keel
  172. Mrs. George W. Keel
  173. Mr. D. B. Kimball
  174. Mrs. D. B Kimball
  175. Miss Elsa Kleinschmidt
  176. Mr. Kruyf
  177. Mr. Willy Lamping
  178. Mr. Gardiner Lathrop
  179. Miss Lothrop Lathrop
  180. Miss Gretchen Lehmann
  181. Mr. Arthur E. Leussler
  182. Mrs. Arthur E. Leussler
  183. Mast. Arthur G. Leussler
  184. Mr. John Lodge
  185. Mrs. L. K. Lodge
  186. Mrs. A. Loeb
  187. Miss Marguerite H. Loeb
  188. Mrs. Edmond de Long
  189. Mr. John W. Lowman
  190. Mrs. John H. Lowman
  191. Mr. Albert Lucas
  192. Mrs. Albert Lucas
  193. Dr. S. Lustgarten
  194. Mrs. S. Lustgarten
  195. Miss Katharine McReynolds
  196. Mrs. Kate Meddaugh
  197. Mr. Gustav E. Meissner
  198. Rev. Dr. H. Pereira Mendes
  199. Mrs. H. Pereira Mendes
  200. Mr. A. Peza Mendes
  201. Mrs. J. Kortland Meyers
  202. Mrs. D. Miller
  203. Mrs. Dexter F. Mills
  204. Mr. Wm. D. Murphy
  205. Mrs. Wm. D. Murphy
  206. Mr. Duncan Murphy
  207. Miss Emma I. Newson
  208. Mr. S. Noach
  209. Miss J. D. Noyes
  210. Mrs. L. Nussbaum
  211. Mr. John M. Olin
  212. Mrs. John M. Olin
  213. Mr. Max L. Oppenheimer
  214. Mrs. Max L. Oppenheimer
  215. Miss Lillian Oppenheimer
  216. Mrs. Antonie Oppenheimer
  217. Mrs. Max Oppenheimer
  218. Mr. Ferd. Oppenheimer
  219. Mrs. Ferd. Oppenheimer
  220. Miss Beatrice Oppenheimer
  221. Mr. John A. Orb
  222. Mrs. John A. Orb
  223. Mast. Jack Orb
  224. Miss Catherine Orb
  225. Mrs. H. M. Parry
  226. Miss Ruth Parry
  227. Miss Jeanette Parry
  228. Mast. David Parry
  229. Mr. G. W. Patterson
  230. Mr. G. W. Patterson Jr.
  231. Mr. Robert Patterson
  232. Mrs. A. H. Peirce
  233. Miss Louise V. V. Peirce
  234. Miss Charlotte V. Peirce
  235. Miss Alice Phillips
  236. Mr. S. van Praag
  237. Mrs. S. van Praag
  238. Mrs. Benjamin Pritz
  239. Miss Fanny Pritz
  240. Mr. Walter H. Pritz
  241. Dr. McCluney Radcliffe
  242. Mrs. McCluney Radcliffe
  243. Miss Sarah C. Radcliffe
  244. Mr. Chas. J. Richter
  245. Mr. E. Robitzek
  246. Mrs. E. Robitzek
  247. Mrs. J. West Roosevelt and Maid
  248. Mr. Nicholas Roosevelt
  249. Mrs. Paul B. Rossire
  250. Mr. Walter H. Rothwell
  251. Mrs. Walter H. Rothwell
  252. Mr. Sacksionie
  253. Dr. C. E. de M. Sajons
  254. Mrs. C. E. de M. Sajons
  255. Dr. Louis Sajons
  256. Mr. M. Salzman
  257. Mrs. M. Salzman
  258. Miss Beatrice Salzman
  259. Miss A. Schimmel
  260. Hon. Samuel D. Schmucker
  261. Mr. I. Schnitzler
  262. Mrs. I. Schnitzler
  263. Miss Emma Schreffer
  264. Dr. Hamilton Schuyler
  265. Mrs. Hamilton Schuyler
  266. Miss V. D. Scudder
  267. Mrs. Patty B. Semple
  268. Mrs. M. E. Serlé
  269. Miss Estelle Shepherd
  270. Mr. Berthold Sinauer
  271. Mrs. Berthold Sinauer
  272. Mast. Edgar M. Sinauer and Infant, and Nurse
  273. Mr. A. Sinsheimer
  274. Mr. W. R. Spaulding
  275. Mr. W. B. Uitwerf Sterling
  276. Mrs. W B. Uitwerf Sterling
  277. Mrs. L. Stieglitz
  278. Miss Flora Stieglitz
  279. Miss Elizabeth Stieglitz
  280. Mr. K. Strauss
  281. Mrs. E. R. Strongman
  282. Mr. C. O. Strutz
  283. Mr. C. O. Strutz
  284. Mr. Jos. Swarcrok
  285. Mr. G. Tegelaar
  286. Mr. Th. G. Thomson
  287. Mrs. Th. G. Thomson
  288. Mrs. Anna H. L. Thomson
  289. Miss Anna Louise Thomson
  290. Mast. Th. G. Thomson
  291. Mr. H. Threse
  292. Mr. C. H. Tissington
  293. Mrs. C. H. Tissington
  294. Mr. I. B. Treadwell
  295. Mrs. C. S. Tuller
  296. Mrs. David Ullman
  297. Mr. J. A. van der Voort
  298. Miss L. Wagner
  299. Miss Pauline T. Wagner
  300. Miss A. M. Walker
  301. Mrs. Clara M. Waller
  302. Miss Maria F. Waller
  303. Miss Margereth G. Wailer
  304. Miss Virginia Wallis
  305. Miss Sarah Weiskopf
  306. Mrs. Benjamin Weitzenkorn
  307. Miss Ruth Weitzenkorn
  308. Mr. Benjamin Weitzenkorn
  309. Miss M. B. Wells
  310. Mr. Melvin L. White
  311. Mrs. Melvin L. White
  312. Miss Julia H. Whitehead
  313. Dr. Alfred Wiener
  314. Mrs. Alfred Wiener
  315. Miss Edith Wiener
  316. Miss Ruth Wiener
  317. Mrs. E. I. Wilkes
  318. Miss W. Wilkes
  319. Mrs. Frank Williams
  320. Mr. M. Wolff
  321. Mrs. M. Wolff
  322. Mast. lying Wolff
  323. Miss Helen Wolff
  324. Mast. Lawrence Wolff and Governess
  325. Miss E. D. Wood
  326. Miss Babette Wunsch
  327. Mrs. J. Zemon
  328. Mr. Chas. Zimmerman
  329. Mrs. Chas. Zimmerman
  330. Mr. Chas. Zimmerman Jr.
  331. Miss Annette Zimmerman

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer.

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

Passenger List, T.S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, Holland-America Line, September 1910, Rotterdam to New York - Back Cover

  1. Mrs. Louise Abecker
  2. Mr. F. G. Achterberg
  3. Mr. Wilhelm Ahlrichs
  4. Mr. Hermann Ahlrichs
  5. Mr. H. F. C. Ament
  6. Sister Anne
  7. Mrs. J. Appleman
  8. Mr. D. van Asperen
  9. Mr. A. Bartel
  10. Mrs. A. Bartel
  11. Miss G. Bartel
  12. Miss J. Bartel
  13. Miss S. B. Bartel
  14. Mr. Max. Beck
  15. Mr. Julius Beck
  16. Mrs. John Bellers
  17. Miss Maria Bellers
  18. Mr. John Bellers
  19. Miss Marg. Betzer
  20. Mr. M. J. Blair
  21. Mr. Hugo J. Blaschke
  22. Mr. Gerrit Bleeker
  23. Miss Geertruida Bloemedaal
  24. Mrs. M. C. Blom
  25. Miss Chr. M. Blom
  26. Mr. L. Bonjour
  27. Mr. W. Boot
  28. Mrs. W. Boot
  29. Miss Nelly Boot
  30. Miss Maud Boot
  31. Mr. Peter Born
  32. Mrs. Peter Born
  33. Mast. Peter Born
  34. Miss Johanna Born
  35. Mr. Johannis Bouwman
  36. Mr. Theodorus C. van Boven
  37. Miss Helene Boy-de-la Tour
  38. Mr. Fred. Brandewiede
  39. Mr. Robert Breiter
  40. Mrs. Robert Breiter
  41. Mrs. Fannie Brightman
  42. Mr. C. van den Brink
  43. Mr. Peter Brown
  44. Mrs. Petronella Brown
  45. Miss Emma Bruhmann
  46. Mast. Gerrit O. W. Bruins
  47. Miss Willemyntje J. Bruins
  48. Mr. Henry Bucholz
  49. Mrs. Henry Bucholz
  50. Mrs. A. M. Bulte
  51. Mr. Erich Cahn
  52. Mrs. Mathilde Cahn
  53. Mrs. Gasse Carrp
  54. Mrs. Carolina Ciebuska
  55. Miss Ester Ciebuska
  56. Mr. Henry Cohn
  57. Mrs. Matt. Conway
  58. Miss Susan E. Conway
  59. Miss Thresa A. Conway
  60. Miss Gertrude Conway
  61. Mr. Matt. Conway
  62. Mr. Wm. Cooper
  63. Mrs. Wm. Cooper
  64. Mr. J. M. Da Costa
  65. Mr. J. van Dam
  66. Mrs. J. van Dam
  67. Mast. J. H. van Dam
  68. Mr. Chas. Danegger
  69. Mrs. Chas. Danegger
  70. Mast. Chas. Danegger
  71. Mast. Rud. Danegger
  72. Mr. Hendrik J. Davelaar
  73. Mrs. Hendrik J Davelaar
  74. Mast. Gerrit J. Davelaar
  75. Miss Jannigje Davelaar
  76. Mrs. A. M. Denig
  77. Miss Sarah Denig
  78. Mast. Alfred Denig
  79. Miss Henriette Denniston
  80. Mr. Albert Deriaz
  81. Miss Rosa Deutsch
  82. Mrs. Elias Deutsch
  83. Miss Johanna Deutsch
  84. Miss Melania Deutsch
  85. Mrs. Julia Dienes
  86. Rev. J. Dolje
  87. Mr. D. Doljèn
  88. Mrs. D. Dolman
  89. Mast. Willy Dolman
  90. Mast. Dirk Dolman
  91. Mr. J. Donk
  92. Mrs. J. Donk
  93. Mr. Jacob H. Doornbos
  94. Mrs. Marie Drinhaus
  95. Mr. J. C. Duinker
  96. Sister Edelburge
  97. Mr. F. G. Eisele
  98. Sister Elizabeth
  99. Miss Lydia Ellinger
  100. Mr. Nickolas Elsinger
  101. Rev. J. Engberink
  102. Mr. Jan Erben
  103. Miss Francoise Feuillet
  104. Miss Fiebinger
  105. Mr. Jacob Fischer
  106. Mrs. Jacob Fischer
  107. Mast. Jacob Fischer
  108. Mr. Wm. Fischer
  109. Mr. Gotthilf Fischer
  110. Mr. L. W. Fisk
  111. Mr. Fred. G. Fitscher
  112. Mrs. C. Freund
  113. Mast. Conrad Freund
  114. Mast. Marinus Freund
  115. Mrs. F. W. Fyma and Infant
  116. Mr. F. W. Fyma
  117. Sister Gabriel
  118. Mr. John van Gasteren
  119. Mr. Jacob Gebhard
  120. Mrs. J. de Geus
  121. Miss A. M. de Geus
  122. Mr. Otto Gimbel
  123. Mrs. Tillie Goldinger
  124. Mr. Kryn Gortsema
  125. Mr. E. Gouspy
  126. Mrs. Lora Grabscheid and 2 Children
  127. Mrs. Mathilde Grieshaber
  128. Miss Erna Grieshaber
  129. Miss Irma Grieshaber
  130. Mast. Theodor Grieshaber
  131. Mr. Lieuwe Groeneveld
  132. Mrs. Geertruida Groot
  133. Miss Anna Groot
  134. Mrs. Josepfine Haefeli
  135. Miss Bertha Haefeli
  136. Mr. Chas. Hamma
  137. Mrs. Chas. Hamma
  138. Mr. Alexander Hanau
  139. Mrs. J. Hansen and Infant
  140. Mrs. Anna Harrison and Infant
  141. Mr. K. Havlicek
  142. Miss M. J. Heck
  143. Mr. John Hefti
  144. Mrs. Louise Hefti
  145. Mr. Marten Heilbut
  146. Miss Johanna Heinl
  147. Mr. Edw. G. Heinmiller
  148. Mrs. Martha Heinz
  149. Miss Lillie Heinz
  150. Mr. Carl Heisch
  151. Mrs. Kath. Heisch
  152. Mr. Dirk van Hell
  153. Mr. G. J. van Hemert
  154. Mr. G. J. Henneman
  155. Mr. Arnold Hes
  156. Mr. H. Heynen
  157. Mr. Klaas Hiemstra
  158. Mrs. Klaas Hiemstra
  159. Mr. Tammo Hoeksema
  160. Mr. Anton Hoerbe
  161. Mr. Andrew Hudak
  162. Mrs. Andrew Hudak
  163. Miss Irene Hudak
  164. Mrs. B. Hufnagel
  165. Mr. Lorenz Ilis
  166. Sister Jeanne
  167. Mr. Vladimir Jiranek
  168. Miss Julia Joerger
  169. Mr. Robert Johannis
  170. Mr. Ren. Johnson
  171. Miss M. Junod
  172. Mr. Ferd. Kähler
  173. Mrs. Laura Kähler
  174. Miss Martha Kahler
  175. Mr. Koop Kalteren
  176. Rev. Alois J. Kampmann
  177. Miss Christine Kapplein
  178. Mr. A. A. Kelder
  179. Miss Margarete von Keller
  180. Mr. Otto Keller
  181. Mrs. Marie Klima
  182. Miss Marie Klima
  183. Mr. Emil Kling
  184. Mr. Evert Klomp
  185. Mrs. Evert Klomp
  186. Miss Maria Klomp
  187. Miss Everdina Klomp
  188. Mast. Hendrik Klomp
  189. Miss Gerritje Klomp
  190. Miss Aaltje Klomp
  191. Mast. Albert Klomp
  192. Mast. Meuwes Klomp
  193. Mr. Wynand Klomp
  194. Mrs. Josefa Knoszak
  195. Mrs. Louise Koch
  196. Mr. Fritz Koch
  197. Miss Gertrude Koch
  198. Miss J. M. de Kock
  199. Mr. B. M. Kock
  200. Mr. E. W. Koenen
  201. Mrs. E. W. Koenen
  202. Miss Albertha W. Koenen
  203. Mast. Dirk Koenen
  204. Miss Geertruida Koenen
  205. Mast. Lambertus Koenen
  206. Mr. R. Kooiman
  207. Miss G. Kooiman
  208. Miss Helena Kreutz
  209. Mr. G. J. Krösschell
  210. Miss F. van de Kuil
  211. Mrs. L. Kunis
  212. Mr. Tamos Kurlansky
  213. Mrs. Bertha Kurlansky
  214. Mr. Joseph Kuynders
  215. Mr. Theodor Lammich
  216. Mr. Abram Langenbach
  217. Mrs. Abram Langenbach
  218. Mast. Christiaan Langenbach
  219. Miss Reintjes Langenbach
  220. Mast. Cornelis Langenbach
  221. Mast. Bernard Langenbach
  222. Miss C. J. Lenselink
  223. Miss Margaretha Leurle
  224. Mr. Lucien Levy
  225. Mrs. Rebecca Lewin
  226. Mast. Lester M. Lewin
  227. Mr. P. Linden
  228. Mrs. P. Linden
  229. Miss Elise Linden
  230. Mast. Paul Linden
  231. Mr. Michael van der Linden
  232. Miss Amalie Loewenthal
  233. Miss Luscheim
  234. Mr. August Lutz
  235. Mrs. H. Mais
  236. Sister Marie
  237. Mr. J. A. Mata
  238. Miss Martha Mattheus
  239. Mr. Jan Meernink
  240. Mr. G. F. E Meistering
  241. Mrs. Ida F. Meistering
  242. Miss Helena Mesh
  243. Mr. A. W. Michaeles
  244. Miss Amelia Miller
  245. Miss Blanche Milot
  246. Mr. Leopold Moll
  247. Mrs. Bernardina Mollerus
  248. Mr. Maurits Monasch
  249. Mr. Wilh. Morch
  250. Mrs. Maria Moricke
  251. Mr. H. G. Moulton
  252. Miss Ettilie Muhlbauer
  253. Mrs. Marie Muller
  254. Mr. John Nabbefeld
  255. Mrs. C. Neirinckx
  256. Mr. Albert Neugebauer
  257. Miss Thyra Nielsen
  258. Mr. C. S. Niesen
  259. Mr. Joh. Nohstadt
  260. Rev. J. van den Noort
  261. Mrs. A. A. Numans
  262. Mr. A. J. A. Oosterbaan
  263. Mr. Piet Oosthoek
  264. Miss Elisabeth Oostveen
  265. Mrs. Klaas Ozinga
  266. Mrs. Karl Pauli
  267. Mast. Edward Pauli
  268. Miss Katherine Pelck
  269. Mr. A. Peters
  270. Mrs. A. Peters
  271. Mrs. Fany Pfluger
  272. Miss Susanne Pfluger
  273. Miss Anna M. E. Plaat
  274. Mr. Julius Pos
  275. Miss Sophia Prior
  276. Mrs. G. M. Provily and Infant
  277. Miss Wilhelmina Puster
  278. Miss Karolina Puster
  279. Miss A. de Raay
  280. Mrs. Shewa Reif
  281. Mr. A. C. Remynse
  282. Mr. Franz Risse
  283. Mrs. Tonia Rodyk
  284. Mast. Gerrit Rodyk
  285. Mrs. Lina Rosing
  286. Mr. Antonie Roskam
  287. Mr. Peter Ruger
  288. Mrs. Peter Ruger
  289. Mr. Walter Salomonp
  290. Miss Josephine Schäffner
  291. Mr. Felix Schanz
  292. Mrs. Felix Schanz
  293. Mr. Henry Schildgen
  294. Mrs. J Schirrmeister
  295. Mr. Simon Schlangen
  296. Mrs. Simon Schlangen
  297. Mrs. Theresia Schmeisser
  298. Mast Ferdinand Schmeisser
  299. Mast. Theodor Schmeisser
  300. Mr. Louis Schmidt
  301. Miss Anna Schmidt
  302. Mrs. Garrie Schmidt
  303. Miss Belle Schmidt
  304. Miss Mary Schmidt
  305. Miss Ada Schmidt
  306. Miss Ruth Schmidt
  307. Mrs. Mary Schmitt
  308. Miss Rose Schmitt
  309. Miss Bertha Schmutz
  310. Mr. N. Schneider
  311. Mr. Hugo Schoder
  312. Mr. John Schoepfle
  313. Mrs. John Schoepfle
  314. Miss Gertrud Schoepfle
  315. Mr. Edmond Schoonbaart
  316. Mrs. Marie Schoonbaart
  317. Mr. Ferd. Schürmann
  318. Mr. Philipp Schwartz
  319. Mrs. Susanna Schwartz
  320. Mr. W. E. Seipel
  321. Mrs. W. E. Seipel
  322. Mr. John Sieradzki
  323. Mrs. John Sieradzki
  324. Miss Maryanna Sieradzki
  325. Miss Helena Sieradzki
  326. Mrs. Babetta Signer
  327. Miss Gerritje Sikking
  328. Mrs. Sophie Simmen
  329. Mast. Bernard Simmen
  330. Miss C. Sonepouse
  331. Miss M. Sonepouse
  332. Mr. Carl Specht
  333. Mrs. Jacob L. Speiser
  334. Miss Dorothea G. Speiser
  335. Mrs. Marie Speleers
  336. Miss Therese Sporrer
  337. Mr. Andreas Staus
  338. Miss Anna Staus
  339. Mr. Sake Stoker
  340. Mrs. Klasina Stoker
  341. Miss Klasina Stoker
  342. Mr. Eduard Strauss
  343. Mr. August Strotbeck
  344. Mrs. Geertje VStüssi
  345. Mr. Henry WaStüssissi
  346. Mr. X. deStüssii
  347. Mr. P. v. Walderveen
  348. Mr. Wulfert Wallenburg
  349. Mrs. Sti,entje Wallenburg
  350. Miss Hendrika Wallenburg
  351. Miss Styntje Wallenburg
  352. Mr. E. W. Washburn
  353. Mrs. E W. Washburn
  354. Mrs. Martha Weber
  355. Mr. Adolf Weiss
  356. Mrs. Adolf Weiss
  357. Miss Elisabeth Weiss
  358. Mr. Herbert Wydom
  359. Mast. Herb. Wydom
  360. Mrs. Herbert Wydom
  361. Mr. Cornelis de Young
  362. Mrs. Babette Strissi
  363. Miss Rosa StUssi
  364. Miss Alice Sttissi
  365. Mr. Chas. Sundermeyer
  366. Mrs. Chas. Sundermeyer
  367. Miss Anna Surleau
  368. Mr. L. Swets
  369. Mr. Willem Termaat
  370. Miss Marguerite Thomesson
  371. Mr. Stanislaw Timowicz
  372. Mrs.Stientjenemann
  373. Mr. Frank Roy Traprie
  374. Mrs. A. M. Tromp
  375. Miss N. Tromp
  376. Mr. R. H. Chr. Tromp
  377. Mr. G. C. Tromp
  378. Mr. Karl Ulrich
  379. Willem Vaessen
  380. Sister Valentine
  381. Mr. Hendrik Veenhof
  382. Mr. Peter van Veenhuizen
  383. Mr. Emil Vogel
  384. Mrs. Adriana de Vogel
  385. Mr. Harm. Voorenkamp

* Passengers that Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer.

The Fleet of The Holland-America Line consists of the following steamships:

  • Twin screw Steamship "Rotterdam"
  • Twin screw Steamship "NIEUW AMSTERDAM"
  • Twin screw Steamship "NOORDAM"
  • Twin screw Steamship "RYNDAM"
  • Twin screw Steamship "POTSDAM"
  • Twin screw Steamship "STATENDAM"

ranging from 10,500 to 24,170 tons gross register. All steamships are of enormous tonnage, and splendidly equipped for the safety and comfort of Passengers.

They are all provided with the latest improvements, have bilge keels, superb decks, halls, saloons and large staterooms, and are fitted with the Marconi system for wireless telegraphy and the Submarine Signal Receiving Apparatus. They carry the U. S. and Royal Netherlands Mails and maintain a regular weekly service between New York and Rotterdam, stopping both ways at Boulogne-sur-Mer for the landing and embarkation of Passengers.

For full information, sailings, and rates, apply to the General Passenger Agencies of the Holland-America Line or to its local agents.

The orchestra of well-trained musicians on board of S.S. „NIEUW AMSTERDAM" will play as indicated below:

  • 10.— to 11.— a.m. Second Class Dining Saloon
  • 1.— to 2.— p.m. First Class Dining Saloon
  • 4.— to 5.— p.m. Second Class Dining Saloon
  • 7. to 8.— p.m. First Class Dining Saloon
  • 9.— to 10.— p.m. First Class Social Hall

The above named hours may be altered according to circumstances.

Information for Passengers

Berths and Staterooms should be reserved as soon as possible in order to secure the most favorable location, especially during the summer season, when all available rooms are usually engaged considerable time (sometimes months) previous to departure of the steamship. When applying for accommodations, either by mail or telegraph, the name of the steamship, date of departure, number and sex of Passengers, and desired class of accommodations, should be stated.

Berths are not considered engaged unless secured by paying a deposit of $ 25.00 per berth for the first cabin and $ 10.00 per berth for the second cabin accommodations. The balance of the passage money must be paid not later than two weeks before sailing; if this has not been paid on or before that time, the Company reserves the right to resell the allotted accommodations. Deposit moneys are refunded only if notice of cancellation is given not later than two weeks before sailing.
Passengers who do not sail on the steamship for which they have engaged accommodations or purchased a ticket, will forfeit fifty per cent of the passage money, unless notice is given not later than two weeks previous to sailing.

Return and Prepaid Tickets entitle holders to passage only during the season and for the accommodations for which they have been issued . If used at any other season or for other accommodations than the face value indicates, holders will be required to make additional payment, or will be refunded any eventual difference in accordance with rates and rules in effect.

Return or Prepaid Tickets are good for one year from date of issue and are not transferable. Upon application to one of the Company's Passenger Offices, they may be extended by paying the difference between the rate in effect at the date of issue and time of sailing, in accordance with the conditions on the passage contract.

Return Accommodation may be secured through the Company's Passenger Offices or Agents. They should be engaged when securing berths for the outward trip, or as soon thereafter as possible. If a passenger is prevented from sailing on a steamship for which return accommodations have been secured, a transfer to an earlier or later steamship can be made by applying to any of the Company's Offices or Agencies, provided application for the transfer be made not later than two weeks previous to the departure of the steamship on which berths had originally been reserved.

INTERCHANGEABLE Tickets. — The holder of a return ticket first or second class has the option of returning by one of the following lines : American Line, Atlantic Transport Line, Austro-Americana, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, Cunard Line, Dominion Line, Hamburg-American Line, Leyland Line, Norddeutscher Lloyd, Red Star Line and White Star Line, subject to the rules and regulations of the line by which the ticket is used. Return tickets of any of the above lines will in the same way be honored by the Holland-America Line.

IF UNUSED Return Tickets are offered for cancellation, the amount paid for the round trip, less full outgoing fare and agent's commission, will be refunded against delivery of the return certificate to one of the Company's General Passenger Offices after authorisation has been received from the Company's General Passenger Office at Rotterdam.

Through Checking of Baggage for Paris. — Baggage of cabin Passengers from New York to Paris via Boulogne-sur-Mer, can be checked through at our docks in Hoboken before embarkation, or on board the steamer.

Steamer Trunks should not be higher than 13 inches, and of the usual width and length, so that they can be placed under the berth or sofa in the stateroom.

LARGER PIECES of Baggage are not permitted in the staterooms, but are stowed away in the baggage hold.

All pieces of baggage destined for staterooms must be marked "wanted", those for the baggage hold "not wanted," and must bear passenger's name, destination, number of berth and name of steamship; tags may be had at all Company's offices and agencies or, on board, from the Baggagemaster. Eastbound Passengers from the interior should have their baggage checked to the Holland-America Line dock, foot of Fifth Street, Hoboken, N. J., by the baggage express agent on the train, previous to arrival in New York, Jersey City, etc .

CUSTOM HOUSE Examination. — The baggage of Passengers leaving the steamship at Boulogne-sur-Mer, will be examined by the French Custom House officers at the Gare Maritime at said port, or on arrival at Paris. The examination by the Holland Custom House officials will take place either on board, two or three hours previous to arrival at Rotterdam, or at the Hook of Holland, at the pier of the Holland-America Line, built at the "Hook" in 1903, and which pier may be used as a landing place for Passengers and their baggage whenever tide or other circumstances may prevent the steamship from proceeding at once to Rotterdam.

Orders for Delivery of baggage free of charge at the railway depots in Rotterdam and Boulogne-sur-Mer are taken by the Baggagemaster on board the ship.

BICYCLES, provided properly crated, will be taken as baggage at owner's risk, at a fixed rate.

Steamer Chairs, of improved construction, may be rented at the different offices of the Company, on the dock and on board the steamer for one trip, at a fixed rate.

This Company will not be responsible for money, jewelry or other valuables of Passengers.

Passengers are warned not to keep such articles in their staterooms. Keys to the staterooms may be obtained from the chief steward upon application.

Each steamship is supplied with a safe in which all articles of value may be deposited.

Both S.S. "Rotterdam" and "NIEUW AMSTERDAM" are provided with a safe deposit which is at the disposal of Passengers.

Inflammable or explosive articles are not allowed on board.

ARMS must be surrendered to the purser during the voyage.

Seats at Table. — Seats at table are allotted after sailing.

Mail will be accepted by the Purser after leaving New York and forwarded by pilot from Sandy Hook, without responsibility for proper mailing, however, on the part of the Company. Letters or postcards to be posted at Boulogne-sur-Mer should be put into the mailbag which will be hung in due time in a convenient place. Passengers are requested to put their letters etc. into the mailbag themselves.

Stamps, stationery, postal cards, cable and telegraph blanks can be obtained from the saloon steward .

Letters and Telegrams. — The Company is willing to accept letters or telegrams for Passengers to be delivered on board on arrival or departure, without assuming, however, any responsibility for their proper delivery. The name of the passenger should be distinctly written, also the name of the steamship on which Passengers travel. Undelivered letters are returned to the Post Office.

Money. — Money of the United States or of European countries is accepted on board the steamships of the Holland-America Line in payment of all bills, at fixed rates of Exchange. Foreign moneys are bought and sold at current rates at the Company's Offices in Europe.

The attention of the managers has been called to the fact that certain persons, believed to be professional gamblers, are in the habit of travelling to and fro in atlantic steamships.

In bringing this to the knowledge of travellers, the managers, while not wishing in the slightest degree to interfere with the freedom of action of patrons of the Holland-America Line, desire to invite their assistance in discouraging games of chance, as being likely to afford these individuals special opportunities for taking unfair advantage of others.

In the event of any disagreement with the Purser relative to tickets requ;red, privileges allowed, etc. Passengers should pay the "Purser's claim", take his receipt and refer the case for adjustment to the Company's Office at Rotterdam or New-York, where an eventual overcharge will be promptly refunded. The Purser has no discretionary power in such matters, but is governed by rules which he is not authorized to change.

On the voyage from New York to Rotterdam s.s. Rotterdam and s.s. NlEUW AMSTERDAM call first at Plymouth and then at Boulogne-sur-Mer for the landing of Passengers.

Public Telephones, with booths and an operator, are located on the Holland-America Line Pier, foot of Fifth St., Hoboken, N. J.

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