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Passenger List, Holland-America, T.S.S. Rotterdam, 11 August 1937

Cabin and Tourist Class Passenger List for the T.S.S. Rotterdam of the Holland American Line, Departing 11 August 1937 From Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain G. J. Barendse.

List of Passengers
on Board Twin Screw Steamer
Rotterdam
From Rotterdam To New York
Via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton
Wednesday, August 11, 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.

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: G. J. BARENDSE, Commander.
  2. Chief Officer: L. M. J. SCRIWANEK,
  3. Chief Engineer: A. BEKER
  4. Physician: Dr. J. L. MAETH
  5. Purser: M. K. ZIESSEN
  6. Chief Steward: TH. E. Tresfon

Cabin Class Passengers

Passenger List Cover, August 1937 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Rotterdam
  1. Mr. W. Alper.
  2. Mrs. W. Alper.
  3. Miss Irene Alper.
  4. Mrs. Roland Alston.
  5. Mr. Harry K. Alwin.
  6. Mrs. Harry K. Alwin.
  7. Mr. Joseph B. Ashcroft.
  8. Mrs. Noyes L. Avery.
  9. Mr. David Bailey.
  10. Mrs. David Bailey.
  11. Mrs. Delight Baker.
  12. Mr. Douglas Ballin.
  13. Mr. John Ballin.
  14. Mrs. Grace Ballin.
  15. Rev. F. J. Ballinger.
  16. Mrs. Charles Barnes.
  17. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Barney.
  18. Mr. John C. Barnhart.
  19. Mr. Windsor Belfield.
  20. Mrs. Windsor Belfield.
  21. Senator Frank H. Benson.
  22. Mrs. Frank H. Benson.
  23. Mr. Henry W. Berning.
  24. Mrs. Henry W. Berning.
  25. Mrs. Charlotte L. Betterly.
  26. Mrs. H. S. Beverley.
  27. Mr. Geoffrey Binneveld.
  28. Mr. A. C. Birdsall.
  29. Miss Martha Birdsey.
  30. Miss Sandford Birdsey.
  31. Mr. J. Sandford Birdsey.
  32. Mrs. J. Sandford Birdsey.
  33. Miss Alice Blake.
  34. Mrs. Pauline Bloch.
  35. Mr. Julius Blumberg.
  36. Mr. John Bluntschli.
  37. Mrs. John Bluntschli.
  38. Miss J. Bordeaux.
  39. Mrs. D. Howard Bowman.
  40. Mrs. Henry F. Boyen.
  41. Miss Beatrice Boyen.
  42. Mrs. Charles Brennan.
  43. Miss Arlene Brennan.
  44. Mr. Jack Brennan.
  45. Mrs. George Brine.
  46. Prof. David Bryn-Jones.
  47. Mrs. David Bryn-Jones.
  48. Mr. Jacob Bulk.
  49. Mrs. Jacob Bulk.
  50. Mr. David Bulk.
  51. Miss Janet Bulk.
  52. Mrs. J. A. Caldwell.
  53. Miss Sylvia Caldwell.
  54. Mrs. Arthur Royce Camp.
  55. Mr. L. J. Capen.
  56. Mrs. L. J. Capen.
  57. Miss Wilma Capen.
  58. Miss M. M. Capper.
  59. Mr. F. M. Casey.
  60. Mrs. D. S. Catching.
  61. Mr. W. G. Chanslor.
  62. Mrs. W. G. Chanslor.
  63. Miss Mabel Cheney.
  64. Mrs. Irmgard Clark.
  65. Mr. Roger P. Clark.
  66. Miss Lois Cody.
  67. Mr. Lewis W. Cole.
  68. Mrs. Lewis W. Cole.
  69. Mrs. Lola C. Conley.
  70. Mr. Arthur J. Conner.
  71. Mrs. Arthur J. Conner.
  72. Mrs. Blanche Conroy.
  73. Miss E. Courtney.
  74. Mr. Charles T. Cowperthwait.
  75. Dean Theodore S. Cox.
  76. Mrs. Theodore S. Cox.
  77. Mrs. Frank W. Cruikshank.
  78. Mr. J. F. Cullinan.
  79. Mr. Charles Curie.
  80. Mr. Robert A. Curry.
  81. Mrs. Robert A. Curry.
  82. Hon. Robert H. Curry. Consul of Norway at Nassau.
  83. Mrs. George D. Cuttler.
  84. Miss Margaret Cuttler.
  85. Mrs. Rosa F. Dale.
  86. Mr. Ch. Daum.
  87. Miss Eleanor H. Davis.
  88. Mrs. Mary W. Day.
  89. Miss A. Dimler.
  90. Col. Herman F. Doeleman.
  91. Mrs. Herman F. Doeleman.
  92. Mrs. Ella I. Donovan.
  93. Mr. Michael Doyle.
  94. Mr. W. A. Earls.
  95. Mrs. W. A. Earls.
  96. Mr. James Eblen.
  97. Mrs. James Eblen.
  98. Mrs. Irmgard S. Elgin.
  99. Mrs. Charles W. Endel.
  100. Mr. Alfred L. Eustice.
  101. Mrs. Alfred L. Eustice.
  102. Miss Albert Eves.
  103. Mr. Harry W. Farr.
  104. Mrs. Harry W. Farr.
  105. Miss Jessica Feingold.
  106. Mr. A. J. Ferguson.
  107. Mrs. A. J. Ferguson.
  108. Miss Anna L. Finfrock.
  109. Miss Amy Fisher.
  110. Mr. Edwin F. Flato.
  111. Mrs. Edwin F. Flato.
  112. Miss Anna Flinn.
  113. Mr. B. P. Flory.
  114. Mrs. B. P. Flory.
  115. Mr. Harold R. Floyd.
  116. Mrs. Harold R. Floyd.
  117. Mrs. Alda W. Flynn.
  118. Mr. Emmet Brown Ford, Jr.
  119. Miss Mary Alice Fornshell.
  120. Miss Nellie C. Fox.
  121. Mrs. W. H. Frankland.
  122. Miss Marie Fredricks.
  123. Mr. G. Leon Freedman.
  124. Mrs. G. Leon Freedman.
  125. Mr. Aaron Freydberg.
  126. Mrs. Aaron Freydberg.
  127. Mrs. Charles I. Friedman.
  128. Mr. Marshall Friedman.
  129. Mrs. Esther Friedman.
  130. Mrs. Helen L. Fry.
  131. Miss Beatrice Garrison.
  132. Miss Minnie Gernon.
  133. Miss Isabel Gittings.
  134. Mr. A. H. Gleason.
  135. Mrs. A. H. Gleason.
  136. Dr. I. R. Golden.
  137. Mrs. I. R. Golden.
  138. Mrs. Isidor M. Golden.
  139. Mrs. Frances Goldman.
  140. Mrs. Fred. C. Goldsmith and Maid.
  141. Mr. Horace W. Goldsmith.
  142. Rev. Charles L. Gomph.
  143. Mr. Howard Goodman.
  144. Mrs. Howard Goodman.
  145. Dr. Sylvester J. Goodman.
  146. Mrs. Sylvester J. Goodman.
  147. Mrs. Theodore H. Goodnow.
  148. Mr. Leo Gottlieb.
  149. Mrs. Leo Gottlieb.
  150. Mr. O. F. Grab.
  151. Mr. Deane B. Gray.
  152. Mrs. Samuel B. Gray.
  153. Miss Eleanor D. Gray.
  154. Miss Ruth Gray.
  155. Mr. John Orne Green, Jr.
  156. Rev. Roy Grobb.
  157. Mrs. Roy Grobb.
  158. Miss Marie Groot.
  159. Miss A. C. Gulick.
  160. Miss A. L. Gulick.
  161. Mr. John C. Gulick.
  162. Dr. Arthur Gundlach.
  163. Mrs. Arthur Gundlach.
  164. Miss Joan Gundlach.
  165. Mrs. R. Gurian.
  166. Mr. A. L. Gutman.
  167. Mr. C. M. Haines.
  168. Dr. W. P. Hall.
  169. Mrs. W. P. Hall.
  170. Mr. A. Hamburger.
  171. Mrs. Norma M. Hancock.
  172. Mr. W. Hartog.
  173. Miss Lillian Hass.
  174. Col. Frank L. Hatch.
  175. Mrs. Frank L. Hatch.
  176. Mr. Walter M. Haushalter.
  177. Mrs. Walter M. Haushalter.
  178. Mr. John Hawley.
  179. Mrs. John Hawley.
  180. Miss Adelaide E. Heil.
  181. Miss Eleanor E. Heil.
  182. Miss Louise Heilbroner.
  183. Mr. Robert A. Helwig.
  184. Mrs. Robert A. Helwig.
  185. Mr. Robert J. Herts.
  186. Mrs. Robert J. Herts.
  187. Dr. J. J. Hertz.
  188. Mrs. J. J. Hertz.
  189. Mr. John Vance. Hewitt.
  190. Mrs. John Vance Hewitt.
  191. Mr. John Vance Hewitt, Jr.
  192. Miss Frances Hewitt.
  193. Mrs. A. B. Heyl.
  194. Mrs. Louise P. Hicks.
  195. Mr. John A. Hillenbrand.
  196. Mrs. John A. Hillenbrand.
  197. Miss Clara Joan Hillenbrand.
  198. Mrs. J. C. Hoag.
  199. Mr. Charles H. Hoffman
  200. Mrs. Charles H. Hoffman.
  201. Mr. St. George Holden.
  202. Mrs. St. George Holden.
  203. Mr. Carl G. F. Holm.
  204. Mrs. Carl G. F. Holm.
  205. Mrs. M. M. Howard.
  206. Miss Carol Howard.
  207. Miss Neva Hoyt.
  208. Mr. John E. Hughes.
  209. Mrs. John E. Hughes.
  210. Mrs. S. Pemberton Hutchinson.
  211. Mr. Alfred Israel.
  212. Mrs. Alfred Israel.
  213. Miss Elsie Jackson.
  214. Mrs. Paul Jones.
  215. Mr. Walter L. Jones.
  216. Mrs. Walter L. Jones.
  217. Mr. H. Wm. Jones.
  218. Rev. Thomas F. Kane.
  219. Miss Genevieve N. Kane.
  220. Miss Rosalind Kahn.
  221. Miss Adele Kanter.
  222. Mrs. Eleanor Katz.
  223. Mr. Leonard Katz.
  224. Miss Florence Kelley.
  225. Mrs. J. C. Kelly.
  226. Mr. Frank Kelly.
  227. Miss M. S. Kenny.
  228. Mr. Halsey W. Kent.
  229. Mrs. Gordon P. Kiser.
  230. Miss Jane Kiser.
  231. Miss Betty Krass.
  232. Miss Bella C. Landauer.
  233. Dr. M. E. Lang.
  234. Mr. Richard N. Larrimer.
  235. Mrs. Richard N. Larrimer.
  236. Dr. J. B. Laughrey.
  237. Miss Maude Laughrey.
  238. Miss May Laughrey.
  239. Mr. Henry Leach.
  240. Mr. Henry Leach.
  241. Mrs. Blanche B. Lebach.
  242. Mrs. William L. Ledger.
  243. Miss Millicent Leeds.
  244. Mrs. Joseph Leerburger.
  245. Mrs. A. T. Leipold.
  246. Mrs. Florence Leonard.
  247. Mrs. Frank E. Leonard.
  248. Mr. A. J. Levy.
  249. Mrs. A. J. Levy.
  250. Miss Naomi Levy.
  251. Mr. Nathan Lewis.
  252. Mrs. Nathan Lewis.
  253. Miss Jean Lewis.
  254. Mrs. Sylvan H. Likes.
  255. Mr. E. D. Lilienfield.
  256. Mrs. E. D. Lilienfield.
  257. Mrs. Arthur J. Lindsley.
  258. Mrs. Lucy K. Lindstedt.
  259. Mr. A. Lloyd.
  260. Miss Helen Louise Lyon.
  261. Mrs. D. Maclntyre.
  262. Mr. Jerome Maier.
  263. Mrs. Jerome Maier.
  264. Mr. Hans Maier-Picard.
  265. Mrs. Hans Maier-Picard.
  266. Mr. Alfred Malina.
  267. Mr. Arthur G. Malina.
  268. Mr. L. Malina.
  269. Mrs. L. Malina.
  270. Miss Edythe Malina.
  271. Mrs. Charles Malpass.
  272. Miss Eleanor M. Martin.
  273. Miss Gertrude E. Martin.
  274. Mr. W. H. Martin.
  275. Mrs. W. H. Martin.
  276. Mr. B. W. Marx.
  277. Mrs. B. W. Marx.
  278. Mr. B. W. Marx, Second.
  279. Miss Marjorie Marx.
  280. Miss J. Mathers.
  281. Mr. R. B. Mathews.
  282. Mr. R. S. Mathews.
  283. Dr. Julius Matz.
  284. Mrs. Julius Matz.
  285. Mr. F. J. McArdle.
  286. Mrs. F. J. McArdle.
  287. Mast. S. McArdle.
  288. Mrs. William H. McClellan.
  289. Mrs. Julian McCurry.
  290. Mr. Alexander McDicken.
  291. Mrs. Alexander McDicken.
  292. Miss Ethel McDonald.
  293. Mrs. H. C. McDowell.
  294. Mrs. Hannah McKenna.
  295. Miss Laura V. Meehan.
  296. Mrs. Henny Mettenleiter.
  297. Mrs. Louise G. Millard.
  298. Mr. K. W. Moore.
  299. Mrs. K. W. Moore.
  300. Miss Kathryn S. Morrill.
  301. Mr. L. Moskowitz.
  302. Mrs. L. Moskowitz.
  303. Mrs. M. R. Moxley.
  304. Miss Olga Muench.
  305. Miss Ena Mae Munro.
  306. Miss Laurie E. Neefus.
  307. Mrs. Eugene Nolte.
  308. Mr. Jonathan V. Norman.
  309. Mrs. Jonathan V. Norman.
  310. Major T. J. Oakley Rhinelander.
  311. tMrs. John F. O'Brien.
  312. Dr. Philip Oginz.
  313. Mrs. Philip Oginz.
  314. Mrs. Irene M. O'Keefe.
  315. Miss Lily Oppenheimer.
  316. Mr. Arthur Padgett, jr.
  317. Mrs. Helen E. Parkins.
  318. Mr. F. J. Patterson.
  319. Mrs. F. J. Patterson.
  320. Mr. Harry H. Patterson.
  321. Miss Martha Patterson.
  322. Miss Ruth Patterson.
  323. Miss Althea Pentecost.
  324. Mrs. Charles R. Perry.
  325. Mr. D. Pfeffer.
  326. Miss M. E. Poindexter.
  327. Miss Catherine L. Poindexter.
  328. Mrs. Blanche G. Powell.
  329. Mrs. R. C. Rathbone.
  330. Mrs. Carleton S. Read.
  331. Mr. William F. Read.
  332. Dr, A. W. Reier.
  333. Mrs. A. W. Reier.
  334. Miss Grace Reininga.
  335. Miss Ruth Reininga.
  336. Miss Bertha Richardson.
  337. Mrs. Albert H. Rieser.
  338. Mr. Dudley Barnes Robinson.
  339. Mrs. Thomas Roland.
  340. Mrs. Thomas Roland, Jr.
  341. Miss Mary Lou Rolf.
  342. Miss Grace M. Roth.
  343. Mrs. Edna W. Rowe.
  344. Mrs. Daniel Royse.
  345. Mr. Louis Rubenstein.
  346. Mrs. Louis Rubenstein.
  347. Mrs. E. R. Ruhl.
  348. Miss Dollye Sample.
  349. Mr. M. Samuel.
  350. Mrs. I. Sanders.
  351. Mrs. Maurice J. Schless.
  352. Mr. Ely Howard Schless.
  353. Mrs. Herman Schlosser.
  354. Mrs. J. Schmidt.
  355. Miss Carolyn Schmoker.
  356. Mr. G. J. Schmucki.
  357. Mr. G. Schmucki.
  358. Mrs. G. J. Schmucki.
  359. Miss B. Schmucki.
  360. Mr. Samuel M. Schulz.
  361. Miss Nancy Schwabacher.
  362. Mr. Alfred Schweizer.
  363. Mrs. H. L. Seidman.
  364. Mr. Paul Selver.
  365. Mrs. Paul Selver.
  366. Miss Mildred Semmons.
  367. Mr. Henry Seton.
  368. Mrs. Henry Seton.
  369. Miss Ann Shapiro.
  370. Mr. David Shapiro.
  371. Mrs. David Shapiro.
  372. Mr. Philip L. Sheerr.
  373. Mrs. Philip L. Sheerr.
  374. Miss Clara Shiff.
  375. Mrs. Henry B. Silberman.
  376. Miss Theresa C. Simon.
  377. Miss Barbara Simonds.
  378. Mr. Max Simons.
  379. Miss Carryl E. Simonson.
  380. Miss Nathalie Simpkins.
  381. Mrs. Julia H. Simpson.
  382. Mr. William A. Sims.
  383. Mrs. Roger Skinner.
  384. Miss Jeanne Skinner.
  385. Mr. Max H. Sklar.
  386. Mrs. Max H. Sklar.
  387. Mr. Burton J. Sklar.
  388. Mrs. J. W. Slaughter.
  389. Miss Ethel A. Smack.
  390. Mr. A. W. Smith.
  391. Miss Edna Smith.
  392. Miss Emily Stewart Smith.
  393. Mr. H. A. Smith.
  394. Mrs. H. A. Smith.
  395. Mr. J. A. Smithies.
  396. Mr. Solomon Sonnenberg.
  397. Mrs. Solomon Sonnenberg.
  398. Mrs. Caroline Spalding.
  399. Mr. Samuel Spergel.
  400. Mrs. S. Stein.
  401. Dr. Kurt Stern.
  402. Miss Reba Storey.
  403. Mr. William F. Storm van's Gravensande.
  404. Mrs. John K. Strubing.
  405. Mrs. James Sylvester.
  406. Miss Frances Talmadge.
  407. Miss Elvene E. Taylor.
  408. Miss Flora Thalheimer.
  409. Mrs. Robert G. Thornton.
  410. Miss Aileen N. Tognazzini.
  411. Mrs. Maude Bohannon Trotman.
  412. Miss Marion Jackson Trotman.
  413. Miss Mary Camille Trotman.
  414. Mr. E. C. Turner.
  415. Mrs. E. C. Turner.
  416. Mr. George C. Turner.
  417. Mrs. George C. Turner.
  418. Mr. Robert Turner.
  419. Mr. Richard Turner.
  420. Miss E. B. Tyler.
  421. Mr. F. E. Tyler.
  422. Mrs. F. E. Tyler.
  423. Mast. Daniel Waldo Tyler.
  424. Mr. Raab Ullman.
  425. Mrs. H. J. Van Dam.
  426. Mr. J. Warren Van Derslice.
  427. Miss Sue Reid Vason.
  428. Miss Corry de Vries
  429. Mrs. Elmira Wakefield.
  430. Mrs. Nell Wall.
  431. Mrs. Roger N. Wallach.
  432. Miss Andree Wallach.
  433. Miss Carrie Wallach.
  434. Mrs. C. F. Walter.
  435. Miss Martha Walter.
  436. Mr. William Walter.
  437. Mr. Richard Walter.
  438. Mrs. R. M. Walter.
  439. Miss Mary Jane Walter.
  440. Mrs. Jennie R. Walters.
  441. Miss Margaret R. Walters
  442. Mr. Frederick H. Wappler.
  443. Mrs. Frederick H. Wappler.
  444. Mr. H. D. Warner.
  445. Mrs. H. D. Warner.
  446. Mrs. George R. Washburne.
  447. Mrs. Joseph Waxelbaum, Jr.
  448. Mrs. Robert W. Weber.
  449. Miss Elizabeth J. Weber.
  450. Mrs. Margaret Wehrum.
  451. Mrs. Sam Weil.
  452. Mrs. Theodore Weil. f-Miss
  453. Marion Weinstein.
  454. Mr. L. T. Wenship.
  455. Mrs. Frank R. Wheeler.
  456. Miss Joan Wheeler.
  457. Mr. Frank R. Wheeler, Jr.
  458. Mrs. A. Willstatter.
  459. Miss Madge Willstatter.
  460. Rev. A. J. M. Wilson.
  461. Mrs. Albert J. M. Wilson.
  462. Miss Charlotte K. Wilson.
  463. Mr. Robert J. M. Wilson.
  464. Mrs. E. J. Wirfs.
  465. Mrs. J. S. Wood.
  466. Mr. Elmer Wreden.
  467. Mrs. Elmer Wreden.
  468. Mast. Elmer Wreden, Jr.
  469. Mrs. Maurice Wyman.

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. 1 Embark at Southampton.

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.

Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Miss Irene Abbott.
  2. Mr. Age Abma.
  3. Mrs. Age Abma.
  4. Miss Anna Abma.
  5. Miss Teresa Abma.
  6. Mr. Leonard G. Abrams.
  7. Mr. Kurt Ackermann.
  8. Miss Marcia Agoos.
  9. Mr. Julius Alliet.
  10. Mrs. Julius Alliet.
  11. Mr. M. Appelman.
  12. Mrs. M. Appelman.
  13. Mr. Lawrence Beals.
  14. Miss Dorothy G. Bell.
  15. Mr. Jacob van den Berg.
  16. Mr. R. Bickham.
  17. Mr. Frank Bischof.
  18. Mrs. Frank Bischof.
  19. Miss Melanie Bischof.
  20. Mr. Hans J. Bischof.
  21. Mr. A. Boal.
  22. Miss Keith Brown.
  23. Mrs. Sarah Busch.
  24. Miss Helen Bussell.
  25. Mr. Julius Cadalbert.
  26. Mrs. Vida Carroll.
  27. Mr. George H. Carter.
  28. Miss H. L. Clark.
  29. Mrs. Thomas J. Connor.
  30. Miss Darl Cunningham.
  31. Mrs. Belle S. Davis.
  32. Miss Edna E. Dennis.
  33. Miss Helen G. Devoe.
  34. Mrs. Duncan A. Dobie, Jr.
  35. Miss Ruth A. Dobie.
  36. Mrs. Jessie E. Donahue.
  37. Miss Cecilia Drinker.
  38. Mrs. Elizabeth V. Dudley.
  39. Miss Martha M. Eastwick.
  40. Miss Ruth Edwards.
  41. Miss Marian Edwards.
  42. Miss Emma Ehre.
  43. Miss Josephine Elias.
  44. Mrs. Theodora Elink Schuurman.
  45. Miss Mary Evans.
  46. Mr. W. O. Evans.
  47. Mrs. Philip W. Ferguson.
  48. Mr. Paul Ferramola.
  49. Mrs. Paul Ferramola.
  50. Mast. O. Ferramola.
  51. Miss Nellie Finch.
  52. Mr. Gunther von Fritsch.
  53. Mrs. Gunther von Fritsch.
  54. Miss Jeanette Galler.
  55. Mr. Albert L. George.
  56. Mr. J. A. Giffin.
  57. Mrs. J. A. Giffin.
  58. Miss Ethel Giffin.
  59. Mr. R. D. Glenn.
  60. Miss Julia Grant.
  61. Miss Vera E. Griswold.
  62. Mr. O. M. Haas.
  63. Mrs. O. M. Haas.
  64. Mr. Fred. J. Ham.
  65. Miss Evelyn Hansen.
  66. Miss Edna Hansen.
  67. Miss Beatrice Hart.
  68. Mr. Karl Hauptli.
  69. Miss Ruth L. Haussman.
  70. Mr. Ernest Heller.
  71. Mrs. Agnes D. Herrmann.
  72. Miss Virginia Herrmann.
  73. Mrs. C. Hinman.
  74. Miss Jean Hinman.
  75. Rev. Donald B. F. Hoyt.
  76. Mrs. Donald B. F. Hoyt.
  77. Miss Martha Hubbard.
  78. Miss B. A. Hughes.
  79. Mrs. Cora L. Imsandie.
  80. Mr. Robert R. Imsandie.
  81. Mr. E. G. Jacobson.
  82. Miss Leone Jacobson.
  83. Miss Elizabeth Johnson.
  84. Mrs. Allen Johnson.
  85. Mr. Walter M. Johnson, Jr.
  86. Mr. Otto V. Katzenstein.
  87. Mr. S. L. Klocas.
  88. Mr. Jozef Kochanski.
  89. Mr. Evans L. Konold.
  90. Mr. Emil F. Kronquist.
  91. Mr. S. Kuznets.
  92. Mrs. S. Kuznets.
  93. Miss Margaret Kyle.
  94. Miss Ruth Kyle.
  95. Miss Jennie Lernhart.
  96. Mr. Ernst Levy.
  97. Mrs. Ernst Levy.
  98. Mast. Leo Levy.
  99. Miss Julia C. Ligon.
  100. Miss R. List.
  101. Mr. Karl V. Loewenstein.
  102. Mr. John Maas.
  103. Mrs. John Maas.
  104. Mast. Henry Maas.
  105. Miss Ruth MacNeill.
  106. Mr. L. Manheim.
  107. Mrs. L. Manheim.
  108. Mrs. Hedwig Marcus.
  109. Miss Ann Mason.
  110. Miss Gerda May.
  111. Mr. Herbert May.
  112. Miss Caroline Mayerberg.
  113. Miss Patricia Mayerberg.
  114. Mr. J. McBride.
  115. Mrs. J. McBride.
  116. Miss Dorothy McBride.
  117. Mr. J. D. McBride.
  118. Miss Mildred McCune.
  119. Mrs. Jeanette Crans McKindley.
  120. Miss Margaret L. McNamara.
  121. Miss L. Meek.
  122. Mr. Otto Mendelsohn.
  123. Mrs. Otto Mendelsohn.
  124. Miss Eva M. Mendelsohn.
  125. Mr. A. D. Menezes.
  126. Mr. Max Meyer.
  127. Miss Carolyn Mitchell.
  128. Miss Louise Moore.
  129. Miss Patricia Moore.
  130. Mr. Richard Morris.
  131. Miss Gertrude W. Morse.
  132. Mr. William Nadler.
  133. Mr. Falk Nathan.
  134. Mrs. E. Neirinck.
  135. Miss P. A. Nesbitt.
  136. Rev. Wm. S. Nichols.
  137. Miss Mary E. Nichols.
  138. Mr. Louis M. Nourse.
  139. Miss Marjorie Nyerberg.
  140. Miss Hedwig Oppenheimer.
  141. Dr. Hans Peril.
  142. Mrs. Hans Peril.
  143. Miss Maria E. Peril.
  144. Mast. Hans J. Peril.
  145. Mr. Richard L. Prakken.
  146. Miss Jennie J. Rafferty.
  147. Mr. Carleton C. Rice.
  148. Mr. Paul Richardt.
  149. Miss Eleanor Ringer.
  150. Miss Clara L. Ristine.
  151. Mrs. Alma Rogers.
  152. Rev. H. D. Rollason.
  153. Mrs. H. D. Rollason.
  154. Miss Elizabeth H. Rollason.
  155. Mr. H. D. Rollason.
  156. Mr. J. W. Rollason.
  157. Mr. D. H. Rollason.
  158. Mrs. Max Rosenstock.
  159. Miss Berta Rosenstock.
  160. Mr. Vincent W. Roy.
  161. Mrs. Vincent W. Roy.
  162. Mrs. Malke Rozenkranziene.
  163. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Sabol.
  164. Miss Ruth M. Sabol.
  165. Mr. John W. Sage.
  166. Miss Mary Schackleford.
  167. Mr. Paul Schmalz.
  168. Mrs. Paul Schmalz.
  169. Mr. Raymond Schroeder.
  170. Mr. David Segel.
  171. Mrs. David Segel.
  172. Mr. Henry Seton.
  173. Mrs. Henry Seton.
  174. Mr. R. H. Shaw.
  175. Mr. Philip Shires.
  176. Dr. Hermann Simon.
  177. Miss Clare E. Smith.
  178. Miss Pamela Steffan.
  179. Pr. V. L. Steffel.
  180. Mrs. V. L. Steffel.
  181. Mrs. A. D. Stewart.
  182. Mr. Adrian D. Stewart.
  183. Mr. Emery Stoops.
  184. Mr. G. G. Streng.
  185. Mr. Walter Stump.
  186. Mrs. Walter Stump.
  187. Miss Ella M. Sullivan.
  188. Miss Inez Ph. Swartz.
  189. Miss Marion Taylor.
  190. Miss Sue Thomas.
  191. Mr. William Tinkhoff.
  192. Mr. William Vaughan.
  193. Dr. Samuel Volkman.
  194. Miss Florence de Vries.
  195. Miss Grace de Vries.
  196. Rev. John H. Warnshuis.
  197. Mrs. John H. Warnshuis.
  198. Miss Joan Warnshuis.
  199. Miss Lois M. Warnshuis.
  200. Miss Althea Warren.
  201. Mr. Kurt Weinberg.
  202. Miss Gisela Weisner.
  203. Mr. James P. Whitlock.
  204. Miss E. S. Whitrod.
  205. Mr. Atte Wiglama.
  206. Mrs. Atte Wiglama.
  207. Miss Martha S. Wiglama.
  208. Miss Anna M. Wiglama.
  209. Miss Betty J. Williams.
  210. Miss Edith E. Willoughby.
  211. Mr. Max Wolf.
  212. Mr. John de Young.
  213. Mrs. John de Young.
  214. Mr. Ludwig Wolf.
  215. Mr. Richard S. Woodman.
  216. Mrs. Marion F. Wotherspoon.

* Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. t Embark at Southampton.

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, citizens of Canada, New Foundland, Cuba and Mexico, 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.

Document Number P. - 1290 - 8-37.

August 1937 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Rotterdam

  • Date of Voyage: 1937 August 11
  • Vessel: Rotterdam
  • Class: Cabin and Tourist 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: N/A
  • Number of Printed Pages: N/A
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Cabin Class : 469
    • Tourist Class: 216
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff : 6
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.2 x 20.8 cm

 

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