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Passenger List, Holland-America, T.S.S. Veendam, 4 September 1937

Cabin, Tourist and Third Class Passenger List for the T.S.S. Veendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 4 September 1937 from Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain A. Flippo.

List of Passengers
on Board Twin Screw Turbine Steamer
"Veendam"
From Rotterdam
To New York Via Boulogne-sur-Mer
and Southampton
Saturday, September 4, 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.

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: A. FILIPPO, Commander
  2. Chief Officer: W. P. J. MOREE
  3. Chief Engineer: A. Van LEEUWEN
  4. Physician: Dr. M. O. ELTZBACHER
  5. Purser: A. BRUIS
  6. Chief Steward: J. P. H. Scheffer

B Embark at Boulogne-sur-Mer. S Embark at Southampton.

Cabin Class Passengers

Passenger List Cover, September 1937 Westbound Voyage - T.S.S. Veendam
  1. B Mr. G. Adamis
  2. S Mr. E. W. Akerman
  3. S Mrs. E. W. Akerman
  4. S Marquis Albizzi
  5. S Marquise Albizzi
  6. B Mrs. Louis P. Aloe
  7. S Miss S. Glenn Atkinson
  8. S Miss Emma M. Atkinson
  9. S Miss Margaret Atkinson
  10. B Mr. Robert A. Aubin
  11. B Mrs. Robert A. Aubin
  12. Mrs. C. H. Bagby
  13. Miss Carol G. Bagby
  14. B Mrs. A. B. Barber
  15. B Mr. A. B. Barber, Jr.
  16. S Mrs. Margaret Barnes
  17. B Miss Faith Barney
  18. Miss Mabel Bashore
  19. S Mrs. John T. Bate
  20. B Mr. I. Ben-Avi
  21. S Mr. A. Benson
  22. Miss A. J. Bentley
  23. Mr. J. Bergmans
  24. B Mr. Herbert L. Bodman
  25. B Mrs. Herbert L. Bodman
  26. B Mr. Edward Bodman
  27. B Mr. Herbert L. Bodman, Jr.
  28. S Miss Constance Body
  29. Prof. Edwin M. Borchard
  30. Mrs. Edwin M. Borchard
  31. Miss Alice Borchard
  32. B Miss Gabrielle Bouscaren
  33. B Dr. L. M. Bush
  34. B Mrs. L. M. Bush
  35. B Madam Hannah Butler
  36. S Mrs. K. Butler
  37. S Miss H. S. Cady
  38. B Mr. W. Marian Camp
  39. B Mrs. John P. Chapman
  40. B Miss Sally Ann Chapman
  41. B Prof. E. P. Cheyney
  42. B Miss Julia Cheyney
  43. S Miss Katherine Christensen
  44. S Miss Adeline Cole
  45. Mr. Georg Conrad
  46. Mrs. Georg Conrad
  47. S Dr. John F. Correa
  48. S Mr. Archibald C. Cox
  49. S Mrs. Archibald C. Cox
  50. S Mr. Maurice Cummings
  51. S Mrs. Maurice Cummings
  52. B Mrs. E. F. Curtin
  53. B Mr. Richard Curtin
  54. B Dr. Alexander Dahl
  55. B Mrs. Alexander Dahl
  56. B Mr. Sol Davidow
  57. S Mrs. Ralph E. Davis
  58. S Miss Audrey M. Davis
  59. S Miss Dorothy L. Davis
  60. B Mr. Francis A. Donaldson
  61. B Mrs. Francis A. Donaldson
  62. Miss E. Dorer
  63. • Mr. Edward F. Dreibelbies
  64. B Mrs. Richard Dudensing, Jr.
  65. • Mr. Luis Eckelman
  66. S Miss Strancy Edwards
  67. Dr. Robert H. Farringer
  68. Mrs. Robert H. Farringer
  69. B Mr. Moses D. Feldman
  70. B Mrs. Moses D. Feldman
  71. Mrs. E. C. Feltus
  72. Mrs. F. M. Feltus
  73. B Miss Katrine Ferry
  74. Mr. Reinders Folmer
  75. Mr. Foster Fowls
  76. Miss M. L. Freudenberg
  77. Mrs. B. Frohman
  78. Miss D. Frohman
  79. Miss J. Frohman
  80. S Miss M. K. Fuertes
  81. B Miss Vanessa Glenn
  82. Mrs. S. Goldstein
  83. B Miss Katharine T. Goodwin
  84. B Miss Mable Grant
  85. Mr. Y. B. F. J. Groeneveld
  86. B Mrs. J. J. Gunther Mohr
  87. B Miss Mary L. Halstead
  88. B Miss Esther Halstead White
  89. Prof. Joseph N. Haskell
  90. S Mr. Samuel P. Heitshu
  91. S Mrs. Samuel P. Heitshu
  92. ^ Mrs. M. Herzog
  93. Prof. H. Hesselink
  94. Mrs. Elsa Hoerig
  95. Miss Ruth Hoerig
  96. S Miss Nina Hommel
  97. Mr. W. Honing
  98. B Miss Mary S. Houston
  99. B Mr. S. H. Hughes
  100. Mr. Joseph Hunter
  101. Mrs. Joseph Hunter
  102. • Miss Katharine
  103. Huntington Day
  104. Miss Maude A. Huttman
  105. S Mr. D. H. H. Ingalls
  106. S Mrs. D. H. H. Ingalls
  107. S Mrs. F. Ingalls
  108. S Miss Susie Ingalls
  109. Mr. Edward James
  110. B Dr. Albert Jodocius
  111. S Mrs. Mary Kelly
  112. S Mr. James P. Kern
  113. • Mrs. James P. Kern
  114. S Miss Carroll Kern
  115. 8 Miss Evelyn Kern
  116. B Mrs. A. J. Kemp
  117. S Mrs. Richard E. Kinsman
  118. S Miss Dorothy - E. Kinsman
  119. S Miss Katherine H. Kinsman
  120. S Miss Mildred Klein
  121. Prof. Dr. I. M. Kolthoff
  122. Mr. P. Kramer
  123. Mrs. P. Kramer
  124. B Miss Lucille Kramp
  125. Mr. George P. Kreider
  126. Mrs. George P. Kreider
  127. ' Mrs. L. C. K. Laistner
  128. S Prof. M. L. W. Laistner
  129. B Mr. W. B. Leach, Jr.
  130. B Mrs. W. B. Leach, Jr.
  131. Dr. Theodore Lehmann
  132. Mrs. Theodore Lehmann
  133. Miss Carolina Lehmann
  134. Miss Mary L. Leonard
  135. Dr. Robert M. Lewis
  136. Mrs. Robert M. Lewis
  137. Mast. Lawrence Lewis
  138. Miss H. L. Lewis
  139. B Miss C. E. Lincoln
  140. S Miss L. R. Loomis
  141. B Miss Lucy Lovell
  142. B Miss Margaret L. Lovell
  143. Miss Gerda May
  144. Mr. Herbert May
  145. B Miss Patricia Marx
  146. B Miss Janet McClaren White
  147. S Miss Frances E. McRea
  148. S Miss Agnes McRea
  149. B Miss Marion E. Moore
  150. S Miss May Morton
  151. B Mrs. Robert Nelson McLaren
  152. Mr. Eugene O'Neill
  153. Mrs. Owen O'Neill
  154. Miss Ruth O'Neill
  155. S Mr. Robert C. Orr
  156. S Mrs. Robert C. Orr
  157. S Miss Ellen Adair Orr
  158. S Miss Nancy Eddy Orr
  159. B Miss Margaret Owen
  160. Miss M. B. Owen
  161. B Mr. Marion Penn
  162. B Miss Mary Francoise Penn
  163. B Miss Isabel M. Peters
  164. S Mr. Herman Pike
  165. S Mrs. Herman Pike
  166. Mr. Charles W. Power
  167. Mrs. Charles W. Power
  168. Mr. Richard Power
  169. S Mr. D. E. Reid
  170. Mr. F. J. Reidy
  171. Mrs. F. J. Reidy
  172. S Mr. Henry J. Richmond
  173. S Mrs. Henry J. Richmond
  174. Mrs. Eva Robin
  175. S Mrs. Frank W. Rose
  176. S Mr. George Ross
  177. S Rev. Paul John Sandalgi
  178. Mr. Wolfgang Schirmer
  179. S Mrs. M. Schwarzchild
  180. S Miss Dorothy Schwarzchild
  181. Mr. R. S. Shriver
  182. S Mr. William A. Slade
  183. S Mrs. William A. Slade
  184. B Mrs. Howard Slayman
  185. Mrs. Wilson L. Smith
  186. Mr. Wilson L. Smith, Jr.
  187. B Mr. R. W. Smith
  188. B Mrs. R. W. Smith
  189. B Mr. P. Smith
  190. B Miss P. Smith
  191. B Miss M. Smith
  192. Mrs. Jessie D. Stafford
  193. Miss Isabel R. Stafford
  194. B Miss Ellis Taylor
  195. Mr. Alois Terkuhle
  196. Mrs. Alois Terkuhle
  197. Mr. Albert Terkuhle
  198. B Miss Joyce Thompson
  199. S Miss Ruth Thompson
  200. B Mrs. M. M. Trobock
  201. Miss J. A. J. van Troostenburg de Bruyn and Nurse
  202. B Mr. Joseph L. Tynan
  203. B Mrs. Joseph L. Tynan
  204. S Mrs. Margery van Tyne Rockwell
  205. Mr. George B. Utley
  206. Mrs. George B. Utley
  207. B Mrs. Jane B. Voorhees
  208. S Miss H. C. Wagner
  209. B Miss Eleanor Weissman
  210. Dr. Jean Wells
  211. B Mrs. John C. Welwood, Jr.
  212. B Mr. J. Wesley Masland
  213. B Mrs. J. Wesley Masland
  214. S Mr. John W. Wheeler. Jr.
  215. S Mrs. John W. Wheeler, Jr.
  216. S Miss Eleanor Joan Wheeler
  217. S Mast. Hubbard Wheeler
  218. S Mast. Kenneth Gray Wheeler
  219. B Miss Jane White
  220. B Mrs. Richard J. White
  221. Dr. George P. Williams
  222. Mrs. George P. Williams
  223. S Prof. John G. Winter
  224. S Mrs. John G. Winter
  225. B Mrs. Lawrence V. Wood
  226. Mr. W. L. C. van Zwet.

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. S Miss Charlotte Anderson
  2. S Miss Grace Anderson
  3. Dr. Arthur Andre
  4. B Mr. Bertel Arnberg
  5. B Miss Rose Augustin
  6. B Miss Charlotte Ayres
  7. S Miss Eliz. Ballard
  8. S Miss Elizabeth Barrett
  9. S Miss Edna W. Baxter
  10. Miss Meta Beifus
  11. B Miss Germaine Berna
  12. B Mr. Eduard K. Bidermann
  13. Mr. Claud Biel
  14. B Mr. Henry Bisbe
  15. B Mr. John W. Bohlen
  16. S Miss Lillian A. Bolster
  17. Mrs. Helen A. Breunig
  18. B Mr. E. E. Brightman
  19. B Mr. R. L. Brightman
  20. S Miss Rachel Brooks
  21. B Miss Edith Brooks
  22. 5 Miss Elizabeth K. Brown
  23. S Miss Margaret E. Brown
  24. Mrs. Joh. A. C. van Buuren
  25. Miss Dora Callenberg
  26. B Mr. Octavio Carli
  27. S Mr. Wm. B. Cash
  28. Mr. Gordon H. Clark
  29. S Mr. Arthur E. Crisp
  30. Mr. Charles D. Cuttler
  31. Mr. Max Czapski
  32. Mrs. Max Czapski
  33. Mrs. Marie van Damme
  34. Miss Johanna S. Derksen
  35. S Miss Muriel Deutsch
  36. S Miss Blanche Dickinson
  37. 5 Mrs. H. P. Dowling
  38. Rev. John Emonts
  39. Mr. Siegfried Ermann
  40. Mr. Wendelin Ernst
  41. Mrs. Wendelin Ernst
  42. S Miss M. Failing
  43. B Prof. Ralph Fanning
  44. B Mr. L. Farmer
  45. B Mrs. L. Farmer
  46. B Mr. Sol Fellman
  47. B Mr. Leon Feuer
  48. B Mrs. Leon Feuer and two children
  49. B Miss May Fielder
  50. S Miss Alice E. Fisher
  51. S Mr. Bruno Funaro
  52. B Mr. D. G. Gamble
  53. B Mrs. Hannah Geddis
  54. S Miss Lilly Geissenberger
  55. Rev. Stephen A. Geniotis
  56. B Mrs. Ward Golden
  57. B Mrs. Walter Golz
  58. B Miss Anne Golz
  59. S Miss Dorothy Goodell
  60. Miss Charlotte E. Goodfellow
  61. S Mr. Roger. L. Greif
  62. Mr. Henry K. de Groot
  63. Mrs. Karoline Grün
  64. B Mr. Thomas Gucker
  65. B Dr. Eugen Guth
  66. Mr. John Hager
  67. Mrs. John Hager
  68. Mr. Jacob den Hartigh
  69. Miss Jenny den Hartigh
  70. Mr. Louis Hartz
  71. Mrs. Thea Heimann
  72. Mast. Helmut Heimann
  73. Mr. H. J. Hemmelder
  74. Mrs. H. J. Hemmelder
  75. S Mr. Ernst Hirschmann
  76. B Mr. Eric A. Hirst
  77. Dr. David H. Hollander
  78. S Mr. Cranston W. Holman
  79. S Mrs. Cranston W. Holman
  80. S Miss Ruth B. Horblet
  81. B Mr. George H. Houston, Jr.
  82. S Miss Katherine M. Howard
  83. Mrs. Stella F. Johnson
  84. B Mrs. Robert Johnston
  85. B Mr. J. Judge
  86. Miss Edna J. Kahn
  87. Dr. Paul van Katwijk
  88. Mrs. Paul van Katwijk
  89. B Mrs. Germaine Kellerman
  90. B Mr. Charles Kennedy
  91. B Mr. George H. Kennedy
  92. B Miss Moira Kennedy
  93. S Mrs. Jane M. Kerwin
  94. S Dr. Raymond W. Kerwin
  95. Mr. Hermann Klamer
  96. Mrs. Hermann Klamer
  97. Mrs. Ella Klausner
  98. B Mr. John P. Koehler
  99. B Mrs. John P. Koehler
  100. Mrs. Tryntje Koen
  101. S Mr. John Kollig
  102. B Mr. Wolf Kopin
  103. Dr. Siegfried Kraus
  104. • Miss Jane Krieger
  105. Dr. Heinrich Kronstein
  106. Mrs. Heinrich Kronstein
  107. Mast. Karl M. Kronstein
  108. Mast. Werner Kronstein
  109. Prof. Frederick Kruger
  110. Mr. Jacob E. Kunz
  111. S Mr. Sanford Ladd
  112. B Mr. Henry Mitchell
  113. Mr. Basil Lambert
  114. S Miss D. E. Morrison
  115. Mrs. Basil Lambert
  116. B Mr. Allan Mowbray
  117. Miss Ronnie Lambert
  118. S Mr. Dan Murray
  119. Mast. Michale Lambert
  120. Prof. Cornelius Lanczos
  121. S Mrs. Diana Neuss
  122. Mr. Jacobus M. Last
  123. S Mast. Robert M. Neuss
  124. Mrs. Jacobus M. Last
  125. Miss Ken Nishigawa
  126. Mr. Adolf de Leeuw
  127. Dr. Gerard A. W
  128. Mrs. Johanna F. van Otterlo
  129. van Leeuwen
  130. S Mrs. Cary Lesser
  131. B Mr. Sidney Pepper
  132. Mr. Fritz Leyser
  133. S Mr. Guillermo Pereira
  134. S Mr. J. T. Loeb. Yrarrazavol
  135. S Mr. Hal Long
  136. Miss Paula Perepelitzky
  137. Mrs. Charlotte Lowe
  138. S Mr. F. M. Perry
  139. S Mr. John H. Lowe
  140. B Miss Viola M. Peters
  141. Miss Nancy Lowe
  142. S Miss Miriam A. Peterson
  143. Miss Betsy Lowe
  144. Mr. Gerhard Pick
  145. Miss Patricia Lowe
  146. S Mr. P. Pike
  147. Miss Mary J. Lowe
  148. S Mrs. P. Pike
  149. B Mr. V. Luciani
  150. B Dr. Zygmunt Piotrowski
  151. B Mr. R. Lulejean
  152. Mr. Hubert J. Pirotte
  153. S Mr. Richard Lunsted
  154. Mrs. Hubert J. Pirotte
  155. S Miss E. Magers
  156. B Miss Florence B. McKinlay
  157. B Miss Patricia McWhinney
  158. Dr. Hans E. Meier
  159. Miss Arina Meuldijk
  160. B Miss Miriam Meyers
  161. B Mr. John Mitchell
  162. S Mr. Edwin Pollock
  163. S Miss Carolyn du Pont
  164. S Mr. Donald W. Prakken
  165. B Mr. Clifford H. Prator
  166. B Mrs. C. R. Prator
  167. S Prof. John P. Pritchett
  168. Miss Clara de Puy
  169. Mr. Jan Raap
  170. B Miss L. Ranchon
  171. B Miss A. Ranchon
  172. B Mrs. Helen W. Read
  173. S Mr. C. A. Riches
  174. S Mrs. C. A. Riches. and Infant
  175. S Miss M. E. Riches
  176. B Miss Mary R. Rozelle
  177. Mrs. Gertrud Salomon
  178. B Miss Tracy Samuels
  179. Miss Ellen M. Scattergood
  180. Mr. Anthony Scenna
  181. B Mr. Ernst Schachter
  182. B Mrs. Ernst Schachter
  183. B Mrs. Helene Scheu
  184. Mr. Holger Schroder
  185. Miss Louise Sieck
  186. Mr. Bernhard Siegler
  187. Mrs. Bernhard Siegler
  188. Mast. Silve Siegler
  189. Mast. Manford Siegler
  190. Mr. Walter Siegler
  191. B Sister Lidia da Silva
  192. B Mr. J. de Simone
  193. Mrs. Marie Sitlowski
  194. Mr. Alan L. Smith
  195. B Mr. Anatole Snegouroff
  196. Mr. John Snel
  197. B Prof. P. A. Sorokin
  198. Miss Anne Soutter
  199. Mrs. Corn. Standt
  200. Miss Anne M. Standt
  201. Miss Marguerite F. Stebler
  202. B Rev. George Steininger
  203. B Mrs. George Steininger
  204. B Mr. George Steininger, Jr.
  205. B Miss Helen Steininger
  206. Miss Marguerite Stelwagon
  207. Miss Elsie Stelwagon
  208. B Mr. Geoffrey Stengel
  209. Mr. Kurt Stern
  210. • Miss M. L. Story
  211. Mr. Lincoln A. Thomas
  212. S Mr. Howard Tierney, Jr.
  213. • Miss Gene Tierney
  214. S Mr. Carlos Tora Concha
  215. B Miss Ada F. Townsend
  216. Mr. Bennett B. Upson
  217. Mr. Fred van Valkenburg
  218. Mrs. S. van Valkenburg
  219. Miss Denise van Valkenburg
  220. Miss Marianne van Valkenburg
  221. Mr. Dirk van Veen
  222. Mrs. Dirk van Veen
  223. B Miss Marie L. van Vechten
  224. Miss Rita Vuyk
  225. Mr. Max Wandermann
  226. B Mrs. Grace Webster
  227. S Mr. Walter W. Weed, Jr.
  228. S Mr. T. C. Werbe
  229. S Miss Helen Wills
  230. B Mr. Samuel Wilson
  231. Dr. Ernst Wolff
  232. Mrs. Pearl Young
  233. B Miss Elisabeth Zimmerman

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.

Third Class Passengers

  1. S Miss Alice Ambrose
  2. B Mr. Harold E. Buell
  3. B Mr. J. Andrewjaszi
  4. Mr. C. L. Burwell
  5. Mrs. Chriatina Annaert
  6. Miss Helen E. Butcher
  7. Miss Annie Annaert
  8. S Mr. Harry Aplington
  9. S Mr. Douglass Campbell
  10. B Mr. Otto Ashermann
  11. S Mrs. Douglass Campbell
  12. S Miss N. Atherton
  13. B Mrs. H. Chandler
  14. B Mr. Elisha Atkins
  15. B Miss Mary L. Chase
  16. Prof. William G. Aurelio
  17. B Mr. Thomas Checkley
  18. B Mrs. L. Cinelli
  19. Mr. E. Sidney Baker
  20. Mr. Earl M. Cleaves
  21. S Mr. Carl L. Bausch
  22. S Miss Katherine Coldwell
  23. Mr. Irving Bernstein
  24. Mr. Paul C. Condit
  25. B Mr. Peter L. Bernstein
  26. Mr. Leonard T. Conway
  27. B Mr. Gabor de Bessenyei
  28. B Mr. Dudley W. Cook
  29. S Miss H. C. Bishop
  30. Mr. Whitney Cook
  31. S Mr. H. J. Bishop
  32. Mr. Gardner Cook
  33. S Mr. G. Blank
  34. S Mr. M. H. Cornell
  35. S Mrs. G. Blank
  36. Mr. A. J. v. d. Corput
  37. Dr. Herbert A. Bloch
  38. Mr. John E. Craps
  39. Mr. Gysbert Bouter
  40. B Mr. Walter Crowley
  41. Mr. Jake J. Breimer
  42. B Mr. David Curtin
  43. Mrs. Jake J. Breimer
  44. B Mr. Philip Curtin
  45. B Miss Kay Brennan
  46. S Mr. John W. Brigham
  47. B Mr. Sewart N. Dall
  48. B Mr. Austin Broadhurst
  49. B Mr. Jules M. A. Damestoy
  50. B Mr. Robert P. Brown
  51. B Miss Jean Decker
  52. B Miss Sarah H. Brown
  53. S Miss Lucile Deen
  54. B Miss Margaret Dennis
  55. Mr. Morris Don
  56. B Mr. F. W. Edmondson
  57. S Mr. David K. Eichler
  58. S Mr. Richard Engel.
  59. Mr. Carl Englund
  60. B Miss Mary van Evers
  61. B Miss Laura van Evers
  62. B Miss Ellen C. Felter
  63. B Mr. Reginald Fitz
  64. Mr. Rees J. Friscoln, Jr.
  65. Mrs. Rees J. FriscoIn, Jr.
  66. S Mr. Edward Froelich
  67. Mr. Edwin G. Gardner
  68. Mr. William J. Geertsen
  69. Mr. Emil T. Glaser
  70. Miss Letitia Gleason
  71. S Mr. Robert W. Goodell
  72. B Mr. Herbert J. Goodman
  73. Miss Christa Graetz
  74. B Miss Helen Grand
  75. Mr. Sam Groenier
  76. B Mr. C. Guthrie
  77. Miss Lotte Guttmann
  78. Mr. S. de Haan
  79. B Mr. Barton Hakan
  80. B Miss Louise Hale
  81. S Mr. Jamison Handy
  82. S Prot. H. C. Harrell
  83. B Mr. Lloyd V. Harris
  84. B Mr. Philip Harris
  85. B Mr. J. Robert Harrison
  86. B Mr. William Haussermann
  87. B Mrs. Charlotte L. Haussmann
  88. B Miss Margaret Helburn
  89. B Mr. Noel Hemmendinger
  90. B Mr. John Hendrick
  91. B Mr. Donald Hendrick
  92. Mr. R. A. Henry
  93. Mr. Richard H. Henry
  94. Mr. David Herrmann
  95. B Miss Marg. Hiatt
  96. S Mr. Carl Hilbert
  97. B Mr. A. Jerome Himelhoch
  98. Mr. Edward Hoekstra
  99. Mrs. Jikke Hoekstra
  100. Mast. Jacob Hoekstra
  101. Miss Dorothy Hoekstra
  102. Mr. Metske Hoekstra
  103. Mrs. Florence Hoekstra
  104. Miss Julia Hoekstra
  105. Mast. Frank Hoekstra
  106. Miss Martha Hodge
  107. Mr. William T. Hodge, Jr.
  108. B Mr. William Hodgson
  109. B Mr. Ralph Holben
  110. B Mr. A. D. Howard
  111. Mrs. W. J. Huetinck
  112. B Mr. Benjamin Hurd
  113. Mr. William Hutter
  114. B Mr. Alexander Jacoby
  115. Mr. Andrew Jaszi
  116. B Mr. M. Johnson
  117. S Mr. Alexander Jones
  118. Mr. P. de Jong
  119. Mr. Israel Karger
  120. B Mr. Keith Keeley
  121. S Mr. Arthur Kent
  122. Mrs. Anna D. Klaucke
  123. Miss D. Klaucke
  124. Miss E. Klaucke
  125. Mr. Karl Knoedel
  126. Mrs. Karl Knoedel
  127. Mast. Karl Knoedel, Jr.
  128. Miss Wilhelmina Kooyman
  129. Mr. Paul Laboschefski
  130. B Mrs. Odette Lalanne
  131. Mr. William Lanser
  132. Mr. Michael Lewis
  133. S Mr. Herbert Lunt
  134. S Mrs. Norbert Lyons
  135. S Mr. G. D. MacRae
  136. Mr. William S. McVane
  137. Mr. Albert van Maren
  138. Mr. Thomas Marfield
  139. Mrs. Thomas Marfield
  140. Mrs. Marion T. Merry
  141. B Miss Kate Meyer
  142. B Mrs. Elizabeth Miklosh
  143. B Miss Judith Miklosh
  144. S Mr. C. W. Miller
  145. S Mrs. R. Mitler
  146. Mr. J. Paul Gunther Mohr
  147. Mr. Robert Gunther Mohr
  148. Mrs. Janke J. Mul
  149. B Mast. J. Nachman
  150. B Mr. C. L. Neil
  151. S Mr. H. H. Nexon
  152. Mr. Dirk Nienhuis
  153. Mr. E. J. Nyenhuis
  154. B Miss Ruth Oppenheimer
  155. B Miss Helene Oppenheimer
  156. Mr. J. J. Osborne
  157. Miss Betty Paine
  158. B Mr. Jack Parker
  159. B Mr. R. Parker
  160. S Miss Kate Peck
  161. B Mr. Roger Pierce
  162. Mr. Sjirk van der Ploeg
  163. Mr. Donald W. Read
  164. S Mr. Howard Wood Read
  165. Mr. Maurice Reens
  166. B Mr. Harry H. Reichard
  167. B Mrs. Harry H. Reichard
  168. B Mast. Richard Reichard
  169. S Mrs. M. Renfreau
  170. B Mr. Julian Richardson
  171. B Mr. Gaston Richer
  172. Mr. Kurt Riedelsberger
  173. Mrs. Styntje Riemersma
  174. S Mr. Thomas Risley
  175. Mr. Edward J. Roelans
  176. Mrs. Edward J. Roelans
  177. Miss Johanna Roelans
  178. Dr. Reg. S. Rood
  179. Mr. Ed. L. Russell
  180. Mr. William C. Russell
  181. Mr. Charles Sappema
  182. Mr. Peter Sattonstall
  183. Mr. P. Schipper
  184. Miss Ilse Schluter
  185. Miss Irmgard Schmidt
  186. Mr. Roland Schmidt
  187. Mrs. T. Schotanus
  188. Mr. Henry F. Selle
  189. Mr. William Shawahan
  190. Mr. Leendert Slegers
  191. Mr. Jack Smith
  192. Prof. P. A. Smith
  193. Mrs. P. A. Smith
  194. Mr. William Smith
  195. Mrs. Marie Steinhilber
  196. Dr. Mary Storer
  197. Mr. J. B. Sturges
  198. Mr. Jerry Taube
  199. Mast. C. Thomas
  200. Mr. William Thomas
  201. Mrs. William Thomas
  202. Mr. Robert W. Tilney, Jr.
  203. Mr. Jerome V. Treusch
  204. B Mr. J. M. Vandenbeldt
  205. Mr. Nicholas Verstraten
  206. Mrs. Nicholas Verstraten
  207. Mr. Ruurd Visser
  208. Mrs. Ruurd Visser
  209. Mr. C. J. Vreeken
  210. Mrs. C. J. Vreeken
  211. B Miss Helen Wallace
  212. S Mr. Cheves Walling
  213. B Miss Wallis
  214. S Mr. Arthur F. Weers
  215. B Miss A. Wertheimer
  216. B Mr. G. D. Whedon
  217. Mr. N. Williams
  218. S Mr. Ben A. Williams, Jr.
  219. B Mr. Griswold Wilson, Jr.
  220. Mr. Charles Wood
  221. S Mr. Howard Wood, III
  222. S Mr. B. de T. Wormser
  223. Miss Jane B. Young
  224. Mr. John De Young
  225. Mrs. Japke W. De Young
  226. Miss Joan De Young
  227. Mast. Burton De Young
  228. S Miss Mary G. Yust
  229. Mr. Chr. Zörcher

Tourist Class S.T.C.A. Staff

  1. Leader: Mr. Harry A. BROOKS
  2. Asst. Leader: Mr. Francis A. Walter
  3. Hostess: Miss LAURA DODGE
  4. Asst. Hostess: Miss FLORENCE VEST
  5. Librarian: Miss ELEANOR HOGUET
  6. Orchestra: "GLEN LANE"

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.

s.s."Nieuw, Amsterdam" -- The new flagship of the Holland-America Line that was launched in April 1937 will be completed in the spring of 1938 and is expected to take her place of honor in the regular sailing schedule of the spotless fleet throughout the coming season.

She will measure approximately 33.000 tons gross register, length 751.6 feet — breadth 88 feet —depth 55 feet.

Every effort has been made to increase still further the comfort of the Passengers on the flagship of the Holland-America Line and many startling innovations are incorporated in her design. Named for the first Dutch settlement on Manhattan she will do honor to the city and port of New York and carry her historical name as proudly as did her sturdy predecessor who won fame for the Holland-America Line from 1907 till 1931.

Applications for passage on the Nieuw Amsterdam are already being registered although tariffs and sailing dates will not be published until a later date.

Booklet P. - 1300 - 9-37.

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

  • Date of Voyage: 1937 September 4
  • Vessel:Veendam
  • 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: A. FILIPPO
  • Number of Printed Pages: N/A
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Cabin Class : 226
    • Tourist Class: 233
    • Third Class: 229
    • S.T.C.A. Staff: 5
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff : 6
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.2 x 20.8 cm
  • Extras:
    • Information for Passengers
    • Introduction to New flagship of the Holland America Line, the S.S. Nieuw, Amsterdam
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