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Passenger List, Holland-America Line, S.S. Volendam, 9 September 1939

Cabin, Tourist and Third Class Passenger List for the S.S. Volendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 9 September 1939 from Antwerp to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain J. P. Webster.

List of Cabin, Tourist and Third Class Passengers

Holland-America Line

S.S. Volendam

Captain J. P. Webster

From Antwerp to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton

Saturday, 9 September 1939

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: J. P. WEBSTER
  2. Chief Officer: J. STALEMAN
  3. Chief Engineer: Mr. W. NIESSINK
  4. Physician: DR. W. v. d. SLUYS
  5. Purser: Mr. R. BARON
  6. Chief Steward: Mr. E. J. DRULMAN

List of Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. A. S. Adler
  2. Mr. Richard Balch
  3. Mr. John Balch
  4. Mrs. John Balch
  5. Mrs. C. Balkin
  6. Miss Violet Barbour
  7. Mr. A. Barletta
  8. Mr. John R. Baumann
  9. Dr. Hans Bejach
  10. Mr. Mario Bellandi
  11. Miss Louise Benz
  12. Mr. Rudolf Beyer
  13. Mrs. Nelba Beyer
  14. Master Rudolf Beyer
  15. Rev. James Beynes
  16. Judge John Biggs Jr.
  17. Mrs. John Biggs
  18. Miss Wilhelmina A. Birth
  19. Mrs. Elisabeth Birth
  20. Mr. Otto Blaurock
  21. Mrs. Otto Blaurock
  22. Mrs. Suzanne Blum
  23. Master Robert Blum
  24. Master Jacques Blum
  25. Mr. H. Blumenthal
  26. Mrs. H. Blumenthal
  27. Mrs. Carla Bornemann
  28. Mr. Jack Bornemann
  29. Miss J. Bourneuf
  30. Mrs. Maria Brendel
  31. Mr. Albert Brasser
  32. Miss Cornelia Brendel
  33. Mr. Oskar Butterman
  34. Mrs. Margit Butterman
  35. Miss Paul Butterman
  36. Major General J. Byrne
  37. Mrs. J. Byrne
  38. Mr. Michael Chasanor
  39. Mr. E. A. Conrad
  40. Mrs. E. A. Conrad
  41. Mrs. K.P. Craner
  42. Mr. A. Crochon
  43. Mr. E. Lewis Dales
  44. Mrs. Damanta
  45. Miss Damanta
  46. Miss Damanta
  47. Mr. D. Defrére
  48. Dr. Hendrik J. de Lange
  49. Baron Emerie de Pfluegl
  50. Baroness Emerie de Pfluegl
  51. Mrs. M. E. De Vries
  52. Mr. L. Diemenstein
  53. Mrs. L. Diemenstein
  54. Mr. E. A. Drey
  55. Mrs. E. A. Drey
  56. Mrs. Ch. Dupuc
  57. Miss Frances Tracy Dwyer
  58. Mrs. Norbert Hofman
  59. Mr. Marcel Holzer
  60. Mrs. Marcel Holzer
  61. Mr. H. J. Eder
  62. Mrs. H. J. Eder
  63. Mrs. C. Ernst
  64. Miss L. C. Evans
  65. s Miss Elizabeth Jackson
  66. Miss L. Farnsworth
  67. Mrs. Wm. Fellows
  68. Miss C. Fieberling
  69. Mr. Michael Florinshy
  70. Miss Flora Garie
  71. Mr. Alfred Gassner
  72. Miss Marie Louise Gemot
  73. Miss L. Glaessner
  74. Mr. K. Glaessner
  75. Mrs. K. Glaessner
  76. Miss L. Glaessner
  77. Miss Marie Louise Gemot
  78. Mr. M. Goldman
  79. Mrs. M. Goldman
  80. Miss Caroline E. Gregory
  81. Mr. G. Groenendyk
  82. Mr. Max Habicht
  83. Mr. Hahn Miss Ch. Haller
  84. Miss E. Haller Mr. J. Harder
  85. Miss Meta Harssen
  86. Mr. Adolf Hill
  87. s Mr. Martin Hirsch
  88. Mr. Hirschhorn
  89. Mrs. Hirschhorn
  90. Mr. Norbert Hofman
  91. Mrs. E. Kasanova
  92. Mr. Adolphe Kimstler
  93. Mrs. M. Krekel
  94. Mr. Max B. Koppe
  95. Mr. Lazar Kutstein
  96. Mrs. Anna Kutsukian
  97. Miss Hilda Kutsukian
  98. Mr. Robert Kutsukian
  99. Mrs. A. Lamontagne
  100. Master A. Lamontagne
  101. Master J. Lamontagne
  102. Mr. Epaim Landau
  103. Mr. C. Ledgard
  104. Mrs. C. Ledgard
  105. Mrs. M. Lemberg
  106. Mr. Harry Lerner
  107. Mrs. Ruth Lerner
  108. Mr. N. A. Leyds
  109. Mrs. N. A. Leyds
  110. Miss J. Leyds
  111. Master O. Leyds
  112. Mr. W. Liebschiz
  113. Mrs. Marguerite Lindau
  114. Miss Muriel Lindau
  115. Master Alain Lindau
  116. Mr. N. Luccacione
  117. Mr. F. J. Lynch
  118. Mr. Thomas Machen
  119. Mrs. Thomas G. Machen
  120. Miss Louise Machen
  121. Miss Cornelia P. B. Machen
  122. Mrs. B. Medenbach
  123. Mr. F. Miller
  124. Mr. A. F. Mojo
  125. Mrs. A. Mojo
  126. Miss Jean Morron
  127. s Mr. Louis Monguio
  128. s Mrs. Louis Monguio
  129. Mr. Charles Murphy
  130. Mrs. Charles Murphy
  131. Mr. Italo Pellegrini
  132. Mrs. Italo Pellegrini
  133. Mr. M. Bahamondi Peon
  134. Mrs. M. Bahamondi Peon
  135. Rev. J. A. Th. Poelen
  136. Mr. Fritz Priewer
  137. Mrs. Fritz Priewer
  138. Mrs. Anne Reinhold
  139. Mrs. Sidonie Reinhold
  140. Miss Nicole Reinhold
  141. Miss Eliane Reinhold
  142. Mrs. Reynado
  143. Mr. Henry Rieb
  144. Mrs. Henry Rieb
  145. • Miss A. M. Rieb
  146. Miss A. J. Rieb
  147. s Miss Edith Robinson
  148. Mrs. Charlotte Rosenthal
  149. Mr. Abraham Salomons
  150. Mr. F. Schäfer
  151. Miss Marie B. Schevers
  152. Miss Annette Schoenlicht
  153. Miss S. Schonfeld
  154. Mrs. Tilly Schwarz
  155. Miss E. Schwarz
  156. Mr. S Simmonds
  157. Mrs. S. Simmonds
  158. Miss E. Simmonds
  159. Mr. Smith
  160. Mr. Warren Storey Smith
  161. Mrs. Warren Storey Smith
  162. Mr. H. Speciael
  163. Mr. Viktor Spitz
  164. Mrs. Viktor Spitz
  165. Miss Suzanne Spitz
  166. Miss P. M. Stadelman
  167. Miss S. J. Stadelman
  168. s Dr. Geoffrey W. Stafford
  169. Mr. H. H. Staub
  170. Mrs. Jeanette Staub
  171. Mrs. H. H. Staub
  172. Mr. Walter Sterz
  173. Mrs. Walter Sterz
  174. Miss Ruth Sydnam
  175. Mr. P. Szekely
  176. Mrs. P. Szekely
  177. Rev. W. A. J. Teurlings
  178. Mr. David Thomas
  179. Mrs. David Thomas
  180. Miss Paula Ungar
  181. Mr. Van Buuren
  182. Mrs. Van Buuren
  183. Mr. D. Van den Berg
  184. Rev. A.A.J. Van der Haagen
  185. Mr. Seymour Van der Linden
  186. Rev. B. A. Th. Van Cool
  187. Mr. A. G Van Ryn
  188. Mrs. A. G. Van Ryn
  189. Miss F. H. Van Ryn
  190. Master J. S Van Ryn
  191. Master J. S. Van Ryn
  192. Mr. Vitelli
  193. Mrs. Elodie Waegemans
  194. Miss Dorothy Warren
  195. Mrs. C C. Warren
  196. Mr. Carl Weckers
  197. Mrs. Carl Weckers
  198. Mrs. Weiland
  199. Mr. Weiland
  200. Mr. G. Wettlaufer
  201. Mrs. G. Wettlaufer
  202. Mr. W. Rudolf Wisdom
  203. Mrs. Juliette Wuyts
  204. Mr A. Yelin
  205. Mr. V. Zurek

List of Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Mrs Sara Ackermann
  2. Mr. J. S. Baley
  3. Mrs. J. S. Baley
  4. Miss Ursula Baum
  5. Mrs. Käthe Baum
  6. Mr. H. H. Behrens
  7. Miss Mary Best
  8. Mr. Jac. Blauner
  9. Mrs. Jac. Blauner
  10. Mrs. Dora Bruecke
  11. Mr. Fred Boger
  12. Mrs. Fred Boger
  13. Mrs. A. G. Bruyn
  14. Miss Olga Bruyn
  15. Mr. A. G. bruyn
  16. Mrs Louise Chamberlain
  17. Miss J. D. Crawford
  18. Mrs. Mary E. Delport
  19. Mr. S. Drexel
  20. Miss M. Drexel
  21. Mr. Hermann Elkon
  22. Mr. Harry H. Farb
  23. Mr. Julien Fierens
  24. Mr. Hans Freund
  25. Miss Marg. A. Gassner
  26. Mr. J del Roi Geralto
  27. Mrs. J. del Roi Geralto
  28. Miss N. Y. Gernot
  29. Mrs R. Gomes
  30. Mr. Doneld Gooi
  31. Mrs. Wm. Grochiman
  32. Mr. André Grynberg
  33. Mr. A Hartwich
  34. Mrs. A. Hartwich
  35. Mr. R. E. Harwood
  36. Mrs. R E. Harwocd
  37. Mrs. Aug. Hauck
  38. Mr. M. F. Hayes
  39. Miss Rose Hengesch
  40. Miss Oswald Hesky
  41. Mr. August Himm
  42. Mrs. Anna Himm
  43. Miss M. J. Hodergyl
  44. Mr. H. A. Hohmann
  45. Mrs. H. A. Hohmann
  46. Miss G. C. Hohmann
  47. Mr. R. E. Hohmann
  48. Prof Ernst Howald
  49. Mr. Ernest Howk
  50. Mr. J. D. W. Hubbeling
  51. Mrs. J. D. W. Hubbeling
  52. Mr. Jr. Hubbeling
  53. Miss Lilian Hubbeling
  54. Mr. Duncan A. Me Innes
  55. Mr. Frank Mandl
  56. Mr. Herbert Martinez
  57. Prof. F. W. Meisnest
  58. Mrs. F. W. Meisnest
  59. Mrs. Auguste Moonen
  60. Mrs. Ludwig Muller
  61. Mr. Robert Muller
  62. Mr. J. M. da Justa
  63. Mrs. J. M. da Justa
  64. Mr. Franz Kanitz
  65. Miss Ruth Katzeustein
  66. Mr. Franz Kaymolen
  67. Mrs. G. Klapmuts
  68. Mrs. Emilia Kleineck
  69. Mr. John Kohler
  70. Mrs. Jos Kraemer
  71. Mr. Krauss
  72. Mrs. Krauss
  73. Mr. P. J. Kremers
  74. Mrs. Lina Kremers
  75. Mr. Lichtenstein
  76. Mrs Lichtenstein
  77. Mr. W. A. Linfesty
  78. Mrs. W. A. Linfesty
  79. Mr. Leslie Linteleman
  80. Mrs. Walburger Lizzoli
  81. Mr. Peter Lochs
  82. Mr. T. Longworth
  83. Mr. Jos Lublein
  84. Mrs. Anna Lublein
  85. Miss E. Me Clintie
  86. Mr. Thomas M. Me Grath
  87. Mrs. Thomas M. Me Grath
  88. Miss A. Me Namara
  89. Mr. Richard M. Noyes
  90. Mr. Gordon O’Gara
  91. Miss Elisabeth Ogelvie
  92. Mr. John Raab
  93. Mrs. John Raab
  94. Master John Raab
  95. Mr. Jos. Rabinovitch
  96. Miss Kath Rikalov
  97. Miss Rosa Reich
  98. Mrs. Agnes Roessel-Meyer
  99. Mrs. A. Rogers
  100. Mrs. Ililde Rosner
  101. Mr. P. Salomon
  102. Mrs. Mathilde Schindelheim
  103. Mr. Felix Schmeidler
  104. Mrs. Felix Schmeidler
  105. Miss Henriette Schmeidler
  106. Miss Adele Schmeidler
  107. Mrs. E Schoenyahn
  108. Dr. Alfred Schmidt
  109. Mrs. K. Schwenkenburg
  110. Mr. Robert Schwind
  111. Miss Bringhurst Scott
  112. Dr. Eddy G. Sherwood
  113. Miss M. G. Smith
  114. Mr. Ludwig O. Strauss
  115. Miss Mary Tate
  116. Miss Pauline Tune
  117. Miss Blanca Tune
  118. Mrs. M. Van Beets
  119. Mr. Marcel Van Beets
  120. Mr. L. Van Dam
  121. Mrs. L. Van Dam
  122. Rev. Father Van der Aa
  123. Miss Marie Van der Aa
  124. Mr. A. D. van der Kraats
  125. Miss L. E. van Hall
  126. Mrs. Marg. van Megen
  127. Miss Francis van Megen
  128. Miss Frieda van Megen
  129. Miss J. Vetter
  130. Mr. H. H. von Bonin
  131. Mr. Ernest Waldvogel
  132. Mr. John J. Waldvogel
  133. Mr. I. Weingarten
  134. Mrs. I. Weingarten
  135. s Mr. Carlton Winslow
  136. Mrs. F. Witzelhofen
  137. Mr. F. N. Witzelhofen
  138. Miss Adler Witzelhofen
  139. Miss Adler Witzelhofen

Ships List of Third Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Frieda H. A. Ambuehi
  2. Miss C. Anderson
  3. Mr. Rudolf Antmann
  4. Mr. Arthur Arm
  5. Dr. Francisco Armaga
  6. Mrs. Barbara Babbel
  7. Miss Katherine C. Bald
  8. Miss Rosa Hall Baldwin
  9. Mr. Hugo Bamberg
  10. s Mr. J. K. Bartlett
  11. Mr. Walter Baum
  12. Mrs. Johanna Baum
  13. Master Arthur Baum
  14. Master Siegfried Baum
  15. Mr. Engbert Bekkema
  16. Mrs. Engbert Bekkema
  17. Mr. Richard Berkes
  18. Mrs. W. Bernck
  19. Miss W. Bernck
  20. s Mr. Rufus Blanshard
  21. Mr. Werner Blumenthal
  22. Mr. Max Bolli
  23. Mr. Joseph Bourgeois
  24. Mr. C. K. Bowie
  25. Mr. Joseph Brachsmayer
  26. Prof. Aberhard Bruck
  27. b Mrs. Eberhard Bruck
  28. s Mrs. M. Cassidy
  29. s Mr. Ward B. Jr. Coe
  30. Mrs. Cole. Taylor
  31. Prof. Taylor Cole
  32. Miss B. Collins
  33. Mr. Curt Compish
  34. Mrs. Curt Compish
  35. s Mr. M. H. Corin
  36. Mr. Szol L. Czerwin
  37. Mr. Karl Dahman
  38. Mr. Danish
  39. Mrs. Danish
  40. Mrs. C. Davis
  41. Miss Johanna De Brabant
  42. Mr. De Jonghe
  43. Mr. Kiewit de Jonghe
  44. Mrs. Kiewit de Jonghe
  45. Mrs. Gertrud Dewes
  46. Miss Sonja Dewes
  47. Mr. John Draege
  48. Miss P. Dunham
  49. Mr. A. Eitel Mrs. A. Eitel
  50. Miss S. Eitel
  51. Mr. John Elzaessei
  52. Mrs. John Elzaesser
  53. Mr. Hubert Entebach
  54. Mr. Max Epstein
  55. Mrs. Max Epstein
  56. Mrs. I. Cahnmann
  57. Mr. Emil Calbert
  58. Mrs. Emil Calbert
  59. Mr. Douglas Farmer
  60. Mr. Wm. Fiederlein
  61. Mrs. Wm. Fiederiein
  62. Miss Wilhelmina Fiederiein
  63. Mrs. A. Fischer
  64. Mrs. Karl Fisher
  65. Mr. Karl Fisher
  66. Mr. Fleischhacker
  67. Miss Lillian Forst
  68. Mr. Kenneth Foster
  69. Miss Elvira Geese
  70. Mr. Karl Gerlach
  71. Mrs. Karl Gerlach
  72. Mr. Frank L. Gerlach
  73. Mrs. Frank L. Gerlach
  74. Mr. Peter Gorter
  75. Mrs. Peter Gorter
  76. Mr. Andrew Grat
  77. Mrs. Agnes Greber
  78. Miss Agnes Greber
  79. Miss Hilda Greber
  80. s Mr. E. Grosvenor
  81. s Mrs. E. Grosvenor
  82. s Miss K. Grosvenor
  83. s Miss G. Grosvenor
  84. s Miss G. Grosvenor
  85. Mr. Fritz Gruenagel
  86. Miss Edith Grunau
  87. Mr. Andrea Grunau
  88. Mrs. Andrea Grunau
  89. Mr. Sigmund Hahn
  90. Mrs. Sigmund Hahn
  91. Mr. W. W. Hahn
  92. Mrs. W. W. Hahn
  93. Mr. Herman Hallheimer
  94. Mrs. Herman Hallheimer
  95. Mr. Martin A. Hebei
  96. Mrs. Anna M. Hildebrand
  97. Mr. Paul Hilgenrad
  98. Mr. Hitner
  99. Mr. Alfred Ingersoll
  100. Mr. Interstein
  101. Mr. Willy Jacob
  102. Mrs. Willy Jacob
  103. Miss Margot Jacob
  104. Mr. William Johannesman
  105. Mrs. Olga Josefn
  106. Miss Kahler
  107. Mr. Me Killips
  108. Mr. A. Klimek
  109. Mrs. A. Klimek
  110. Mr. Joseph Klimek
  111. Mrs. Marg. Klimek
  112. Mr. Ernest Kobetetsch
  113. Mrs. Anna Koch
  114. Mr. Heinz Koch
  115. Mrs. Anna Koch
  116. b Mr. Jacob Krawetz
  117. b Mrs. Jacob Krawetz
  118. b Mr. Otto Krawetz
  119. b Mr. Paul Krawetz
  120. Mr. Samuel Kuenstler
  121. Miss Fanny Kuesther
  122. Mr. Adriaan Laclé
  123. Miss Rosemarie Lammers
  124. Mrs. Landsberg
  125. Master Landsberg
  126. Mr. Paul Langner
  127. Mrs. Paul J. Langner
  128. Mr. Wm. Latuh
  129. Mr. Gunter Lehman
  130. Mr. Siegfried Lehmann
  131. Mr. C. B. Lemberg
  132. Mrs. Helen Le Tavorn
  133. Mrs. Liebig
  134. Mr. Kurt Lilienthal
  135. Mr. L. Lowe
  136. Mrs. L. Lowe
  137. Mr. Leopold Luster
  138. Mrs. Kathe Maack
  139. Miss Erna Maczey
  140. Mr. A. Martin
  141. Mr. Alfred Meyer
  142. Mr. Karl Misser
  143. Mrs Karl Misser
  144. Mr. James Muckerman
  145. Mr. M. E. Muller
  146. Mrs. M E. Muller
  147. Mr. Bernard Naymark
  148. Mrs. Rosa Neumann
  149. Master Herbert Neumann
  150. Dr. Camillo Nevarcs
  151. Mr. Roberts Nevarcs
  152. Mr. Andy Nick
  153. Mr. Karl Nusser
  154. Mrs. Karl Nusser
  155. Mrs. Marg Oosterbaan
  156. Miss U. M. Oosterbaan
  157. Miss B. W. Oosterbaan
  158. Miss Anna Peters
  159. Mr. Josef Pfeifer
  160. Mrs. Josef Pfeifer
  161. Mr. Anne Qu artel
  162. Mr. Martin Rabold
  163. Mrs. Martin Rabold
  164. Mr. Rademacker
  165. Mrs. Rademacker
  166. Mr. Julius Reitler
  167. Mrs. Julius Reitler
  168. Mr. William Reunitz
  169. Mrs. William Reunitz
  170. Mrs. Gunda Reuther
  171. Mr. Martin Reuther
  172. Mr. Charles Richards
  173. Mrs. Charles Richards
  174. Mr. R. K. Rosen
  175. Mr. Josef Rosenberger
  176. Mrs. Annie Rosner
  177. Miss Edith Runge
  178. Mr. P. Rzepa
  179. Mrs. P. Rzepa
  180. Mrs. Anna Safir
  181. Miss Helene Safir
  182. Mrs. Hedwig Sakman
  183. Mr. Anton Schaden
  184. Mr Oscar Scharr
  185. Mrs. Katherine Schindler
  186. Master Wm J. Schindler
  187. Mr. Paul Schleider
  188. Mr. John Schmetner
  189. Mrs. Ottilic Schulz
  190. Master Schulz
  191. Mr Joseph Schwarzmann
  192. s Rev. T Schwickart
  193. Mrs. Marie Sehner
  194. Miss Edith Sehner
  195. Mrs. Seiffert
  196. Mr. Ernest Seyfang
  197. Mr. Silberberg
  198. xMrs. Francisca Singer
  199. Mrs. Frances Smolak
  200. Mr. Max Sonneman
  201. Mrs. Erna Spiegel
  202. Mrs. Josephine Spitz
  203. Master Robert Spitz
  204. Mrs. Josephina Stark
  205. Miss Liselotte Stark
  206. Mr. Leonard Steenhs
  207. Mr. Markus Steper
  208. Miss Martha Storck
  209. Miss Elisabeth Sutton
  210. Mr. H. P. Tripp
  211. Mrs. H. Turcsany
  212. Mrs Margot Tuschinsky
  213. Mrs. Hedwig Uder
  214. Mr. Oscar Ullram
  215. Mrs. Wilh. Van Bueren
  216. Miss Elisabeth Van Bueren
  217. Mr. Paul Van Bueren
  218. Miss Mary Van Bueren
  219. Mrs Van Buuren
  220. Van Buuren
  221. Van Buuren
  222. Van Buuren
  223. Mrs. M. Van Groningen
  224. Mr. Richard Van Kalker
  225. Mrs. Ange Van Kalker
  226. Mrs. Julia Van Kerckhoven
  227. Mrs. Van Stolk
  228. Mrs. Wm. Versteeg
  229. Miss Jeannette Vissers
  230. Mr. Albert Vogé
  231. Mrs. Vogé
  232. Miss Stephanie Vogé
  233. Mr. H. von der Schulenburg
  234. Mrs. Adolf Taylor
  235. Mr. A. Ten Berge
  236. Mrs. Cecilia Textor
  237. Miss Eva Textor
  238. Miss Tiemstra
  239. s Mr. Fred W. Tinney
  240. s Mrs. Fred W. Tinney
  241. Mrs. Wagenmueller
  242. Mr. Paul Waldbruck
  243. Mrs. Paul Waldbruck
  244. Mr. John Wallinga
  245. Mrs. John Wallinga
  246. Miss Mary E. Walsch
  247. Mrs. Clara Waiter
  248. Miss Clara Walter
  249. Mr. Heinrich Wertheimer
  250. Mrs. Heinrich Wertheimer
  251. Miss Antonie Wilms
  252. Mr. F. Withzelhofer
  253. Mrs. Theresa Woehr
  254. Miss Muriel Younger

Information for Passengers

ANIMALS. Special rooms and kennels are available on board for the transportation of dogs, cats, etc. Animals are not allowed in the cabins and other public rooms, unless by the captain's special permission. Attention should be given that these animals be declared on the Customs declaration on arrival.

BAGGAGE. Passengers have daily access to the baggage room at fixed hours. Trunks exceeding the ordinary measurements cannot be taken into the cabins. It is also forbidden to have in one's bagage, inflammable, explosive or other dangerous articles. The ship's staff reserve all rights to eliminate all such articles, if deemed necessary. All inquiries pertaining to the storing of 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 ti\e Line or through the Baggage Master on board this steamer.

BARBER SHOP AND LADIES' HAIRDRESSER. A barber's and ladies' hairdresser's shop is installed on board. The charges for services are announced by the Line.

CHANGE OF CABINS. Change of cabins is only permissible when authorized by the Purser.

CUSTOMS CLEARANCE. On landing at New York, all bagage will be examined by the Customs Officials. It is therefore to be recommended that passengers fully enquire at the purser's office about the customs regulations and to fill in carefully the customs declaration form handed over to them by the Purser.

DANGEROUS ARTICLES. Dangerous articles such as inflammable and explosive objects may not be taken aboard. The attention of passengers is also drawn to the fact that it is very dangerous to throw away lighted cigars, cigarettes or tobacco rests (even when thrown overboard). Passengers are therefore requested to throw these rests in the recipients placed on board for this purpose.

DECK CHAIRS, RUGS AND CHAIR CUSHIONS. Deck chairs, rugs and chair cushions may be hired on application to the Deck Steward. The charges are: Deck chairs $ 1.50; chair cushions and rugs $ I.— each per voyage.

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.

DRINKS, TOBACCO, ETC. Wines, beer, liquor and many other beverages as well as cigarettes, cigars and tobacco may be obtained on board at prices, fixed by the Line. Owing to the
Customs regulations prevailing at the ports of call, passengers are not allowed to bring with them large quantities of liquors or tobacco for personal use. Any large quantities must be reported to the Purser tor Customs declaration. They will be kept in custody by the Purser in an appropriate room.

LOST AND FOUND ARTICLES. Found or lost articles are to be handed over or to be reported to the Purser. Articles not called for before arrival, or left in the cabins will be handed over to the agency at the port of arrival, where passengers may claim same or make inquiries.

MAIL AND TELEGRAMS. Mail and telegrams for passengers are brought on board steamer before sailing 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. Mail to be forwarded can be handed over to the Purser, who will take care of it. Postage stamps may be obtained from the Library Steward.

MEALS. The hours during which meals will be served will be shown on the ship's information boards. Passengers are kindly requested to observe these hours. Application for special dishes etc. should be made to the Chief Steward.

MEDICAL ATTENTION. The services rendered and the medicines prescribed by the ship’s Physician are free of charge. The Holland-America Line assumes no responsibility for any treatment or services rendered by the Physician or for any medicines supplied.

MOTOR COACH SERVICE AT NEW YORK. For the convenience of Holland-America Line passengers and their friends a motor coach service to and from the Holiand-America Line Piers and the centrally located New York Hotels Pennsylvania, 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, passengers can reserve a place in one of the motor coaches to either the Hotel Pennsylvania, the Hotel McAlpin or the Hotel Commodore at least 12 hours before arrival in New York. The charge for this service, for which passengers will receive a ticket, will be $ I.— per person, including ihe transfer of passengers' 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.

PAYMENTS. 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 radio operator.

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.

RETURN RESERVATIONS. Passengers, wishing to make return reservations on vessels of the Holland-America Line, should apply to the Purser. Application to the Line's offices for reservations will be made by him by radio free of chage. One-way tickets may be converted into round-trip tickets on board, enabling passengers to benefit by any round- trip reductions.

TABLE SITTING. Table and seat should be reserved on board at the Chief Steward's office at embarkation.

U.S. HEAD TAX. Provided the following categories of alien passengers can satisfy the U.S. Immigration Inspector upon arrival in the United States that they will leave the
country within sixty days from the date of entry, they are exempt from the payment of U.S. Head Tax :

  1. 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
  2. Citizens and residents of Canada, New Foundland, Cuba and Mexico
  3. Aliens who hold a temporary visitor's visa (Section 3 (2) of the United States Immigration Laws) or a Limited Entry Certificate

If the United States Immigration Inspector, who examins the allien, is not satisfied or convinced that the 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.

IMPORTANT : In cases where Head Tax is assessed, claim for refund on the United States Government cannot be made even if the alien would actually have left the United States within sixty days from the date of entry.

VALUABLES. The Company is not responsible for theft of valuables or money which are kept in the staterooms, and same should be placed in safety deposit boxes in the Purser's office. A deposit of $5.— is required, but this amount will be refunded when the key of the deposit box is returned to the Purser. As no charge is made for carriage, the Company cannot accept any responsibility for loss or damage however arising. Passengers are accordingly requested to protect themselves by insurance.

WINDOWS AND PORT HOLES. Passengers are warned to refrain from opening or closong port holes themselves. If passengers wich 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 assumed no liability in case of accident. The Commander has the right to have all windows and port holes closed when such is found necessary for the ship's safety.

PRINTED IN The NETHERLANDS BY JOH. ENSCHEDE EN ZONEN

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