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Passenger List, Holland-America, T.S.S. Veendam, 24 July 1937

Cabin, Tourist and Third Class Passenger List for the T.S.S. Veendam of the Holland America Line, Departing 24 July 1937 from Rotterdam to New York and Boston via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain A. Filippo.

List of Passengers
on Board Twin Screw Turbine Steamer
Veendam
From Rotterdam To New York
Via Boulogne-sur-Mer,
Southampton and Boston
Saturday, July 24, 1937.


Notice: All Passengers will receive on board a landingcard and are requested to present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer.
Embark at Southampton.
[] Disembark at Boston.

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: A. FILIPPO
  2. Chief Officer: P. H. G. VERHOOG
  3. Chief Engineer: A. Van LEEUWEN
  4. Physician: Dr. J. v. d. REE
  5. Purser: A. BRUIS
  6. Chief Steward: J. P. H. Scheffer

Ships List of Cabin Passengers

Passenger List Cover, July 1937 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Veendam
  1. Lt. Louis C. Adams
  2. Mrs. Louis C. Adams
  3. Mr. Henry Adams
  4. Mrs. Margarete Adler
  5. Miss Bessy Adler
  6. Dr. F. W. Allen
  7. Mrs. F. W. Allen
  8. Mr. Frank F. Baldwin
  9. Miss R. Bienenstock
  10. Mr. H. A. Both
  11. Mr. L. G. Bourlier
  12. Mr. W. R. Boyd
  13. Mrs. W. R. Boyd
  14. Miss Josephine Brann
  15. Mr. Ashbel W. Bryan
  16. Mr. Henry C. Church
  17. Dr. M. Coe
  18. Mrs. Virginia Cole
  19. Mr. L. V. Coleman
  20. Miss A. Coleman
  21. Mr. Allan D. Converse
  22. Miss Julia Converse
  23. Col. H. I. Cormerais
  24. Mrs. Elsie Corwin
  25. Mr. George O. Cote
  26. Mr. Frank Dawless
  27. Mrs. Frank Dawless
  28. Mrs. J. E. Doane
  29. Mr. James M. Doran
  30. Mrs. James M. Doran
  31. Capt. Justin A. Duncan
  32. Mrs. Justin A. Duncan
  33. Dr. E. A. Eastman
  34. Capt. William H. Ellis
  35. Mrs. William H. Ellis
  36. Miss Marie C. Ellis
  37. Mr. Ralph P. Evans
  38. Mrs. Ralph P. Evans
  39. Mr. Oscar A. Freemyer
  40. Miss Irene A. Freemyer
  41. Miss Lois Gibson
  42. Mr. Anne de Glint
  43. Mrs. Anne de Glint
  44. Dr. Fritz Hammerschlag
  45. Mrs. Fritz Hammerschlag
  46. Mast. Heinz Hammerschlag
  47. Mr. John E. Hartnett
  48. Mrs. John E. Hartnett
  49. Mr. H. E. Harwell
  50. Mr. J. S. Hathaway
  51. Mrs. J. S. Hathaway
  52. Dr. Clinton Herrman
  53. Mrs. Clinton Herrman
  54. Mr. John C. Herrman
  55. Miss Teresa K. Herrman
  56. Mr. Paul J. H. C. Herten
  57. Mr. Carel M. Heye
  58. Mr. Carlos A. Heye
  59. Dr. Charles T. Hickok
  60. Mrs. Charles T. Hickok
  61. Dr. Jan P. Hoogland, LL.D
  62. Mr. Gottfried Hornung
  63. Mrs. Donald R. Howe
  64. Miss Helen Howe
  65. Mr. Eugene A. Hudson
  66. Mr. Friedrich H. C. Jaeger
  67. Mr. H. H. Kabat
  68. Mr. Ferdinand Kahn
  69. Mrs. Ferdinand Kahn
  70. Mr. Ernest L. Kimball
  71. Mrs. Ernest L. Kimball
  72. Mr. Hans Krug
  73. Mrs. G. P. Küller
  74. Mr. Werner Leburg
  75. Mrs. Werner Leburg
  76. Mr. Walter Levisohn
  77. Miss Rosa Levisohn
  78. Miss Hilde Levy
  79. Mrs. K. Lindblom
  80. Mr. Sheriarji Maneck
  81. Mrs. Sheriarji Maneck
  82. Mrs. Lyman Marshall
  83. Mr. Alfred Mayer
  84. Mrs. Alfred Mayer
  85. Mr. Albert Mayer
  86. Miss Margot H. Mayer
  87. Miss Eleonore Mayer
  88. Capt. Clarence J. McKenzie
  89. Mrs. Clarence J. McKenzie
  90. Mr. John R. McTavish
  91. Mrs. Lia Mérieux
  92. Mr. M. Merlier
  93. Mr. Fritz Michaelis
  94. Mrs. Fritz Michaelis
  95. Mr. Glenn C. Morgan
  96. Mrs. Glenn C. Morgan
  97. Mr. Werner Morgenstern
  98. Mrs. William Morse
  99. Mr. David G. Nagle
  100. Mrs. David G. Nagle
  101. Mr. Francis J. O'Connor
  102. Miss Mary O'Connor
  103. Miss Gertrude O'Connor
  104. Mr. Johan Oosterom
  105. Mrs. Johan Oosterom
  106. Mrs. S. L. A. Oudshoorn
  107. Miss Catherine E. Parks
  108. Miss Louise W. Parks
  109. Mrs. Lindsay Patterson
  110. Mr. Charles A. Philhower
  111. Mrs. Charles A. Philhower
  112. Mr. Warren Phillips
  113. Mr. William D. Pierson
  114. Mrs. William D. Pierson
  115. Mr. Nevin Pontius
  116. Sgt. Leon R. Pratt
  117. Miss Anna G. Price
  118. Mr. Paul J. Richenburg
  119. Mrs. Paul J. Richenburg
  120. Mr. W. D. Riddell
  121. Mrs. W. D. Riddell
  122. Mrs. Zella B. Sand
  123. Mr. Archibald H. Sayce
  124. Mrs. Archibald H. Sayce
  125. Mr. A. Holton Sayce
  126. Mr. Montford H. Sayce
  127. Miss Dorothy J. Sayce
  128. Mrs. Leliana G. A. Schoen
  129. Mr. Anton Schoolwerth
  130. Mrs. Anton Schoolwerth
  131. Mrs. C. E. Schramm
  132. Miss M. A. Scott
  133. Mr. Andrew S. Seiler
  134. Miss J. Stockmoll
  135. Mrs. Ernest Temple
  136. Mr. P. van den Toorn, LL.D
  137. Mrs. P. van den Toorn
  138. Miss Cornelia van den Toorn
  139. Miss Virginia van den Toorn and Governess
  140. Dr. Samuel E. Totten
  141. Mrs. Thomas H. Tracy
  142. Miss S. S. Tracy
  143. Miss E. B. Tracy
  144. Mrs. Elisa Traube
  145. Mrs. Henry A. Truslow
  146. Mast. F. F. Truslow
  147. Mr. Benjamin R. Vaughan
  148. Mrs. Benjamin R. Vaughan
  149. Miss Inez Versteegh
  150. Mr. Rudolf Wegmiller
  151. Mrs. Rudolf Wegmiller
  152. Miss Marie B. Wegmiller
  153. Mr. Karel Westerling, LL.D
  154. Mr. Frank W. Whitcher
  155. Mr. Rudolph Sobitschka Wiesenhag
  156. Mrs. Rudolph Sobitschka Wiesenhag
  157. Mr. Edgar J. Williams
  158. Mrs. Edgar J. Williams
  159. Mrs. Hobart N. Young.

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer t Embark at Southampton. Disembark at Boston,
Notice: All Passengers will receive a landingcard and are requested tc., present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

List of Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Irwin M. Abrams
  2. Miss Hattie Allen
  3. Miss Helen Badheim
  4. Mr. Ross F. Batchelder
  5. Mr. Louis M. Blaha
  6. Miss Helen E. Blom
  7. Miss Jeanette Bradley
  8. Mrs. A. Broeder
  9. Mrs. Alice Bronard
  10. Mrs. Aafje G. v. d. Bunt
  11. Miss Wynanda v. d. Bunt
  12. Mrs. Cornelia v. d. Burght
  13. Miss Emily Carter
  14. Miss S. Connor
  15. Mrs. Augustina de Cordova
  16. Mr. Alfred Cosmann
  17. Mrs. E. Crosby
  18. Mr. Robert F. Daggett, Jr.
  19. Mr. Adrian N. Daniel, Jr.
  20. Miss Helen Davisson
  21. Miss Mattie Elliott
  22. Mr. Antonie Elshout
  23. Mr. J. H. Falconer
  24. Mrs. Karolina Fenkart
  25. Mr. Ernest J. Freeman
  26. Mrs. Ernest J. Freeman
  27. Miss Gladys Gardy
  28. Mr. Fred. J. Giduz
  29. Mrs. Fred. J. Giduz
  30. Mr. C. E. Graham
  31. Mrs. G. A. Grimer
  32. Mr. Henry H. Grote
  33. Mrs. Henry H. Grote
  34. Mr. Edwin C. Hahn
  35. Mrs. Edwin C. Hahn
  36. Miss Annie Harper
  37. Miss Mahry Harper
  38. Miss Mary Herren
  39. Miss Elsie Inslee
  40. Mr. Jacques Jacobs
  41. Mrs. Jacques Jacobs
  42. Mrs. Susie Jongbloed
  43. Mast. Bernard Jongbloed
  44. Mrs. R. Karle
  45. Miss Helen Keith
  46. Miss K. F. Kennedy
  47. Miss Dorothy Hope King
  48. Mr. Harlan Miller King
  49. Mr. Fritz Kruesi
  50. Mrs. Fritz Kruesi
  51. Mr. Walter Lacher
  52. Mrs. Walter Lacher
  53. Miss Lois Lacher
  54. Mr. Bernard Loosen
  55. Dr. W. V. Mayneord
  56. Mrs. W. V. Mayneord
  57. Mr. Jacobus van Meel
  58. Mrs. A. Miller
  59. Miss Josephine Miller
  60. Miss Irene Morton
  61. Miss Ella Mowry
  62. Miss Addi van Nouhuys
  63. Miss Freeke van Nouhuys
  64. Mr. John A. O'Shea
  65. Mrs. John A. O'Shea
  66. Mrs. M. Peoples
  67. Mrs. A. Peters
  68. Mr. W. B. Phillips
  69. Miss Marg. Polhemus
  70. Mrs. Robert J. Rainier
  71. Mr. John B. Register
  72. Mrs. John B. Register
  73. Miss Katherine Register
  74. Mr. Erasmus Rowlett
  75. Miss Edna Russell
  76. Mr. Robert D. Sard
  77. Mrs. G. A. Severy
  78. Miss L. P. Severy
  79. Miss Vera Sexton
  80. Miss Constance Smith
  81. Miss M. G. Smith
  82. Mrs. John Soeter
  83. Mr. D. M. Staley
  84. Mrs. D. M. Staley
  85. Mr. Karl Stern
  86. Mrs. Karl Stern
  87. Mast. Alfred Stern
  88. Miss Josefa Sting
  89. Miss Edith Strahan
  90. Mrs. Edith D. Tilles
  91. Miss Edith Tilles
  92. Mr. Anton de Vogel
  93. Mrs. Anton de Vogel
  94. Mr. David J. Walsh
  95. Mrs. David J. Walsh
  96. Mrs. Elizabeth Walsh
  97. Mr. Gordon B. Washburn
  98. Mrs. Gordon B. Washburn
  99. Miss N. Watson
  100. Mr. Kurt Weil
  101. Dr. Kurt Wessely
  102. Mrs. Johanna A. Wolff
  103. Mast. Jan Wolff
  104. Mast. Peter Wolff

Notice: All Passengers will receive a landingcard and are requested to present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

List of Third Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Robert Andrews
  2. Mr. R. W. Beckham
  3. Mrs. Anna Bereznak
  4. Mast. Jan Bereznak
  5. Mr. George L. Bollenbacher
  6. Mr. William Bowman
  7. Mr. Alojzy Brezgel
  8. Miss Jessie C. Brown
  9. Miss E. Brown
  10. Miss Betty Brack
  11. Mr. Harold Callahan
  12. Miss Barbara Carr
  13. Mr. Robert Clark
  14. Mrs. Robert Clark
  15. Mr. Robert Cooper
  16. Mrs. F. C. Daniels
  17. Mrs. Martha M. De Laumont
  18. Mr. Owen C. Dickson
  19. Mr. Peter v. Dongen
  20. Mrs. Trixie v. Dongen
  21. Mrs. H. Dubois-Mertens
  22. Mrs. Dorothy van Duyn
  23. Mrs. Geertruida Dykstra
  24. Mr. Jacob Eichenwald
  25. Mr. Philip C. Elliott
  26. Mrs. Philip C. Elliott
  27. Mr. Robert W. Fenix
  28. Mr. Alva L. Fenn
  29. Mrs. Mariem K. Fenn
  30. Miss Lela Gjelsteen
  31. Mr. G. L. Gratton
  32. Mr. William H. Gratton
  33. Mr. G. R. Hahn
  34. Mr. James Hirsch
  35. Dr. Curt Hönigsberg
  36. Mrs. Curt Hönigsberg
  37. Mr. Max G. Jackson
  38. Mrs. A. E. Jans
  39. Mrs. Alice Jennes
  40. Mr. Hans E. Kardel
  41. Mast. Peter Kardel
  42. Mr. Frank Koen
  43. Mrs. Gladys Leasot
  44. Miss Gertude Loder
  45. Mr. B. Logtenberg
  46. Mr. Max W. Loop
  47. Mr. Louis A. McCowen
  48. Mr. G. Meyer
  49. Mr. Albert C. Miller
  50. Mrs. Ida M. Miller
  51. Mr. Robert D. Mitchell
  52. Prof. Dyonis M. Morandini
  53. Miss L. J. Pegg
  54. Miss L. Rector
  55. Mr. Paul V. Snow
  56. Rev. William Stender
  57. Mrs. Katharine Stigler
  58. Rev. James E. Stockman
  59. Miss Maude R. Sweet
  60. Mr. Keith R. Tremeling
  61. Mr. C. Trinkaus
  62. Mrs. C. Trinkaus
  63. Mr. Hendrik J. van der Vecht
  64. Mrs. Christine Wagner
  65. Miss K. N. Weatherley
  66. Miss Antoinette White
  67. Mr. B. Wiant
  68. Miss Ruth Wood
  69. Mr. Rollen W. Zengler
  70. Mr. William Zylstra

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. t Embark at Southampton.
[] Disembark at Boston.

Tourist Class - S.T.C.A. Orchestra: University of Cincinnati Collegians

General Information For Passengers

Mail and Telegrams. Mail and telegrams for Passengers are brought on board steamer before embarkation and placed in the Passengers' rooms. For any inquiries relating to mails, Passengers are invited to call at the Chief Steward's office. Passengers are advised to stop at the mail desk in the center of the Pier at Hoboken, N.J. to claim their letters and telegrams, which may have been received for them.

Seats at Table. Application for table seats may be made to the Chief Steward. Hours for meals are posted on the ship's bulletin board.

Return Tickets. The Purser will be glad to radio, free of charge, to the New York office of the Line, if you wish to make return reservations on any steamer of the Line.
Valuables. For the convenience of the Passengers the Line has provided safe deposit boxes in the Purser's office in which any valuables may be deposited upon payment to the Purser of $ 5,—; this amount to be refunded when the key of the deposit box is returned. However, the Line does not assume any responsibility for the safe custody of such articles. (Passengers may, if they wish, protect themselves by insurance).

PerSONAL FUNDS. For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is prepared to cash a limited amount of recognized Travelers' Checks or to exchange money at official rates as posted at the Purser's office. A receipt is issued on such transactions on the Company's Form.

Personal checks cannot be cashed on board.

Divine Service. Divine service will be held on Sundays, at hours announced on the bulletin board, if a recognized clergyman on board is willing to officiate.

Ship's NEWSPAPer. "The Ocean Post", containing latest wireless news and closing prices of the leading securities on the New York Stock Exchange, is published on board. A copy of this newspaper is placed, when issued, in passenger's stateroom with the compliments of the Line.

Port HOLES. Passengers are warned to refrain from opening or closing port holes themselves. If Passengers wish to have their port holes closed or opened, they should call their room steward. Passengers ignoring this warning do so at their own risk and the Company assumes no liability in case of accident.

Medical Attention. The Holland-America Line assumes no responsibility for services rendered by the ship's Physician.

The services rendered and the medicines prescribed by the Physician are free of charge, except that in cases, where Passengers require the service of ship's Physician for the treatment of ailments for which they already were under the care of a Physician at the time of embarkation, the ship's Physician may charge a reasonable fee for such services, subject to the approval and sanction of the Commander.

Additional Payments on Board. Passengers paying any supplements for room transfers, additional passage money, freight, telegrams, etc., should obtain a receipt from the Purser on the Company's Form. For radiograms receipt will be furnished by the wireless operator.

Steamer Chairs, Rugs and Chair Cushions. Deck chairs, rugs and chair cushions may be hired on application to the Deck Steward.

The hire for deck chairs amounts to $ 1,50 for the voyage, whereas the hire for rugs and chair cushions amounts to $ 1,— each for the voyage.

U. S. Head Tax. Aliens in transit through the United States and holding a transit visa (Section 3 (3) of the United States Immigration Laws) or an American Consular transit certificate, are exempt from the payment of United States Head Tax, provided they can satisfy the United States Immigration Inspector upon arrival in the United States that they will leave the Country within sixty days from the date of entry.

If the United States Immigration Inspector, who examines the alien, is not satisfied or convinced that an alien will leave within sixty days from the date of entry, he will order the collection of the Head Tax before passenger will be permitted to land and even if the alien should actually remain less than sixty days in the United States, the head tax will not be refunded.

Aliens in transit to contiguous territory, not holding transit visaes or American Consular transit certificates, must pay Head Tax, which will be refunded if the United States Immigration Inspector upon arrival is satisfied that they will leave the Country within sixty days from the time of entry.

Aliens who come to the United States, intending to remain less than sixty days and who hold a temporary visitor's visa (Section 3 (2) of the United States Immigration Laws) are exempt from the payment of Head Tax, but only if they can satisfy the United States Immigration Inspector, upon arrival, that they will actually leave within sixty days from the date of entry.

Such aliens must first pay the United States Head Tax and if the United States Immigration Inspector who will examine them upon arrival is satisfied that the alien will leave within sixty days, he will order refund of the Head Tax paid by handing the alien a special form. This form will enable the alien to obtain refund of the Head Tax paid either through the Purser on board the steamer or through our head office in New York. This form must be surrendered, together with the Head Tax receipt which will be issued when the Head Tax is paid by the alien.

Important: When Head Tax is assessed in the case of alien transits or refund refused in the case of temporary visitors, claim for refund on the United States Government cannot be made even if such aliens- would have left the United States within sixty days from the time of entry.

Baggage. There is a baggage room on board steamer where Passengers may store such personal belongings as cannot be placed in their cabins, as well as baggage of any kind. The baggage room is open at hours as posted, and all inquiries pertaining to the storing or forwarding of baggage should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

Baggage Insurance. The Company's liability for damage to or loss or detention of baggage is strictly limited, and Passengers are, therefore, advised to protect themselves by insurance against risk of loss, theft, damage, pilferage, etc. Policies may be obtained at current rates at any office of the Line or through the Baggage Master on board this steamer.

Landing. at New York. Motor COACH Service. For the convenience of Holland-America Line Passengers and their friends a motor coach service to and from the Holland-America Line Piers and the centrally located New York Hotels McAlpin and Commodore via the new Holland Tunnel is operated by the Fifth Avenue Coach Company and the Public Service Co-ordinated Transport of N. J.

Through the Purser you can reserve a place in one of the Motor Coaches to either the Hotel McAlpin or the Hotel Commodore at least 12 hours before arrival in New York. The charge for this reservation, for which you will receive a ticket, will be $ 1,— including the transfer of your hand baggage (not more than two pieces of hand baggage). Large baggage must be sent on separately.

The Holland-America Line accepts no responsibility whatsoever in connection with this coach service.

P. - 770 - 7-37

July 1937 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Veendam

  • Date of Voyage: 1937 July 24
  • Vessel: Veendam
  • Class: List of Passengers
  • Route: Netherlands to the United States via France and the United Kingdom
  • Ports of Call: Rotterdam » New York
  • Port Codes: RTM - NYC
  • Captain: N/A
  • Number of Printed Pages: N/A
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Cabin Class : 159
    • Tourist Class: 104
    • Third Class: 71
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff : 6
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.2 x 20.8 cm
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