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Passenger List, Holland-America, T.S.S. Veendam, 23 May 1923

Cabin Passenger List from the T.S.S. Veendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 23 May 1923 from Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain Van Walraven.

List of Cabin Passengers
on Board Twin Screw Turbine Steamer
From Rotterdam To New York
Via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton
Wednesday May 23RD 1923

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: Van WALRAVEN, R.N.R.
  2. Chief Officer: KOOY
  3. Chief-Engineer: ROONA
  4. Purser: REYNTJES
  5. Physician: Dr. Martin
  6. Chief-Steward: SOBERING

List of First Cabin PassengersPassenger List, Holland America Line - S.S. Veendam - Front Cover

  1. Mrs. E. Barker
  2. Mr. G. E. Bartol Jr.
  3. Mrs. G. E. Bartol
  4. Mrs. M. Beckwith
  5. Miss M. P. Beckwith
  6. Mr. J. J. Blauvelt
  7. Mrs. J. J. Blauvelt
  8. Mr. A. H. Chatfield
  9. Mr. D. Colvin
  10. Mrs. D. K. Dayton
  11. Mr. D. Delbanco
  12. Mr. H. W. Eisfelder
  13. Mrs. E. van Embden
  14. Miss H. van Embden
  15. Mrs. E. A. Ewins
  16. Miss M. A. Ewins
  17. Mr. A. Frensdorf
  18. Mr. W. A. Hafner
  19. Mrs. W. A. Hafner
  20. Mr. H. H. Hebert
  21. Mrs. H. H. Hebert
  22. Mr. St. Jennings
  23. Mrs. R. E. Jennings
  24. Mr. H. S. Keller
  25. Mrs. H. S. Keller
  26. Mrs. L. P. Kuykendall
  27. Miss L. Kuykendall
  28. Mr. R. Laidlaw
  29. Mr. H. Lowenhaupt
  30. Mrs. H. Lowenhaupt
  31. Mrs. J. T. North and Child
  32. Miss Oakhill
  33. Mrs. Chas. T. Palmer
  34. Mr. F. De Puy
  35. Mr. J. W. Roels
  36. Miss M. E. Russell
  37. Countess M. Seherr Thoss
  38. Countess M. Seherr Thoss
  39. Count H. H. Seherr Thoss
  40. Mr. E. M. Stern
  41. Mrs. E. M. Stern. Throop
  42. Mrs. R. B. Wallace
  43. Miss M. Wallace
  44. Mrs. N. B. Welles

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. » n Southampton.

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. A. Brackx
  2. Mr. Fr. Brisgal
  3. Mr. H. Broiling
  4. Miss M. Brouwer
  5. Mr. H. Drevermann
  6. Mr. J. Dushek
  7. Mr. B. D. Engelberts
  8. Mr. W. Franzen
  9. Mr. H. Franzen
  10. Mrs. H. Franzen
  11. Mr. G. Gipmanns
  12. Mr. P. H. Hakman
  13. Mr. J. G. Halb
  14. Mrs. J. G. Halb
  15. Mr. J. G. Haverkate
  16. Mrs. M. C. v. Huystee
  17. Miss P. Keller
  18. Miss K. Keller
  19. Mr. H. A. Keuswil
  20. Rev. J. Kemenes
  21. Miss Dr. B. Kemenes
  22. Mrs. V. King
  23. Mr. E. J. Kroon
  24. Miss M. P. Kuypers
  25. Mr. I. Schyne
  26. Mrs. I. Schyne
  27. Mr. H. Steiner
  28. Mr. E. Wedmaier
  29. Miss E. Wurster
  30. Miss L. Zorn

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. f 0 0 Southampton.

Information for Passengers


SECURING of Berths.

Berths are reserved upon payment of one fourth of the full passage money with a minimum of 5 60.— for each berth in the first cabin and upon payment of $ 20.— for each berth in the second cabin. The balance on the passage-ticket must be paid at least three weeks before sailing.

When sending deposit-money, Passengers are requested to state at the same time their full names and whether the berths are intended for ladies, gentlemen, or married couples. In case, upon receipt, all berths should be engaged, the money so paid will be refunded or accommodation reserved on a later steamer, if desired Holders of Return tickets can apply for accommodation for the return trip upon writing to the Company to this effect, stating the number of their ticket, the names of the Passengers entitled to transportation, the name of the steamer and date of sailing.

if accommodation at the rate paid should not be available, higher or lower priced accommodation if available will be offered, and when accepted, the difference in price will be collected or will be refunded as the case may be, before the Passenger embarks.

Orders given by telegraph must be followed immediately by the deposit-money or full passage amount and confirmed by letter.

No orders for berths will be accepted, if the date of sailing is not named. Tickets are strictly personal and cannot be transferred to others without the consent of the Company; they are valid only for the steamer and sailing named in the ticket. Passengers wishing to cancel their passage or wishing to be transferred to another sailing, must give notice to that effect at least three weeks in advance.

Should Passengers fail to notify the Company. in accordance with the above, 50 % of the passage money will be forfeited, unless in case of "vis major" (sickness) or in case the Company has been able to resell the accommodation, originally reserved for the Passenger, in which latter case 10 % of the passage money will be deducted for booking fee when refunding the amount paid.

Round Trip Tickets.

Round trip tickets are issued without any reduction; these tickets are valid one year from date of issue.

Baggage for TRANSPORTATION in Bond.

Baggage intended for delivery at ports in the United States other than the port of arrival, or in transit through the United States to a foreign country, may be forwarded without the assessment of duty at the port of New York, by the various railroads and express-companies, whose representatives will be found on the pier, provided the intention of Passengers to have their baggage forwarded in bond be indicated in the customs-declarations to be tilled out on board before the steamer's arrival, and provided the value of such baggage be stated in said declarations.

Baggage Insurance.

The Company's liability for baggage is strictly limited, but arrangements have been made whereby Passengers can have same insured against loss by sea or land. A circular with full particulars re this insurance can be had on application at the Purser's Office.

Deck Chairs.

The steamers are provided with a limited number of deck chairs which can be hired either at the different Offices of the Company or on board at 5 1,50 for the single voyage. Such chairs must be returned to the Chief Steward on or before arrival.

Steamer Rugs.

Steamer rugs can be hired on board from the Purser at the rate of 5 1,50 for one trip ; they must be returned to the Chief Steward on or before arrival.

May 1923 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Veendam

  • Date of Voyage: 1923 May 23 - June 2
  • Vessel: Veendam
  • Class: First and Second Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Netherlands to the United States via France and the United Kingdom
  • Ports of Call: Rotterdam » Boulogne-sur-Mer » Southampton » New York
  • Port Codes: RTM, XBS, SOU, NYC
  • Captain: Van Walraven, R.N.R
  • Number of Printed Pages: 7
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Cabin: 46
    • Second Cabin: 30
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 6
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.3 x 20.4 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 217, Column 2
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