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Passenger List, Holland-America, S.S. Maasdam, 15 July 1953

Tourist Class Passenger List for the S.S. Maasdam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 15 July 1953 from Rotterdam to New York via Le Havre, Southampton and Cobh, Commanded by Captain J. B. Van Gaart.

List of Tourist Class Passengers
S.S. MAASDAM
From Rotterdam
To New York
(Via Le Havre, Southampton and Cobh)
Wednesday, July 15, 1953

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander : Captain J. B. Van Gaart
  2. Chief Officer : J. C. POTHOF
  3. Chief Engineer : J. W. Van KALKER
  4. Purser : H. L. W. Van LOOSEN
  5. Physician : Th. Ch. M. HERCKENRATH
  6. Chief Steward : C. J. Dr.LMAN

List of Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Miss Helen A. Agor
  2. Mr. R. Akkerman
  3. Mr. S. B. Akkerman
  4. Mrs. S. B. Akkerman
  5. S Mrs. V. Alabaster
  6. S Mr. W. H. Alexander
  7. S Mrs. W. H. Alexander
  8. S Miss Willa Alexander
  9. S Miss Susan Alexander
  10. S Mast. James Alexander
  11. S Mr. William Alexander
  12. S Mr. David Alexander
  13. S Mast. Peter Alexander
  14. S Mast. Edwin Alexander
  15. Miss H. Allen
  16. S Mr. Sonny Angel
  17. Miss A. Angst
  18. Mrs. L. Antoine
  19. Mr. David E. Apter
  20. Mrs. David E. Apter
  21. C Mrs. H. Arthars
  22. C Miss M. Arthars
  23. C Mast. H. Arthars
  24. C Miss Arthars
  25. Mr. L. Asner
  26. Mr. Richard Auckenthaler
  27. Mrs. A. Ayala
  28. H Mr. Barbezat
  29. H Mr. Loyal Barhard
  30. H Mrs. Loyal Barhard
  31. H Mr. Barrett
  32. Mr. Bruce B. Barrow
  33. Dr. P. Bartsch
  34. Mr. Fr. Bauer
  35. Mrs. Fr. Bauer
  36. Mr. Fred L. Bauer
  37. Mrs. Fred L Bauer
  38. H Mrs. Fr. Baum
  39. Mr. Frank Baumgartner
  40. Mrs. Frank Baumgartner
  41. S Miss J. Beard
  42. Miss M. I. G. Becker
  43. Mrs. G. J. van Beekhof
  44. Mr. R. A. Belaen
  45. Mr. Nicholas Belick
  46. Mrs. Nicholas Belick
  47. Mr. B. Bendelius
  48. Miss U. Bender
  49. Mr. Edmond J. Berend
  50. Mr. E. v. Bergen
  51. H Mr. Paul Berman
  52. S Miss E. A. Betts
  53. S Mr. St. J. Biddle
  54. S Mr. J. P. Biddle
  55. H Mr. A. Bielskis-Elskis
  56. H Mrs. A. Bielskis-Elskis
  57. Mrs. Lois R. Bigley
  58. H Mr. Victor Billings
  59. H Mrs. M. Billings
  60. Mrs. Maria C. Black
  61. Miss Barbara Black
  62. C Mr. Donald Blackmer
  63. C Mrs. Donald Blackmer
  64. Mr. E. H. Blanchaert
  65. Mr. L. J. Blanchaert
  66. Mrs. L. J. Blanchaert
  67. Miss N. A. Blanchaert
  68. S Mr. K. L. Blaxter
  69. Mr. E. v. Blydesteyn
  70. Mr. I. D. Blydesteyn
  71. Mr. Bernard Boekling
  72. Mrs. Bernard Boekling
  73. Mr. H. de Boer
  74. Mr. J. J. Bol
  75. Miss N. Borghgraef
  76. C Mr. William BEitschi
  77. S Mrs. L. Bott
  78. C Miss A. Boullard
  79. C Miss M. Boullard
  80. Mr. Arthur Bousquet
  81. Mrs. Arthur Bousquet
  82. S Mr. William E. Bradley
  83. S Mrs. William E. Bradley
  84. C Miss Mary Bradley
  85. S Miss J. Brand
  86. S Mr. E. Brandt
  87. S Mrs. E. Brandt
  88. S Miss H. Braun
  89. C Mrs. M. Brod
  90. C Mr. Michael Brophy
  91. S Mr. Donald Brown
  92. S Rev. Wilfred Brown
  93. S Mrs. Wilfred Brown
  94. S Miss L Brown
  95. C Mr. Thomas K. Brown
  96. Mr. Franz Brugger
  97. Mr. Donald Bruno
  98. S Miss I. Brunvaer
  99. Miss S. Bubeck
  100. Miss H. Buettner
  101. Miss I. Buettner
  102. Mr. C. Buitenweg
  103. Miss A. G. Buitink
  104. Mr. Joseph B. Bunge
  105. Mrs. Joseph B. Bunge
  106. Mr. H. Buttner
  107. Mrs. H. Beittner
  108. Mast. H. Buttner
  109. Mast. H. BUttner
  110. C Miss M. Buxtorf
  111. Mr. John Buys
  112. Miss Johanna Buys
  113. C Miss Margaret Byers
  114. C Mr. Thomas Cahoon
  115. C Mr. Louis D. Caplane
  116. C Mrs. Louis D. Caplane
  117. C Dr. Elizabeth Carlin
  118. C Mrs. Elizabeth Carlin
  119. C Miss Patricia Carriker
  120. S Mr. R. J. Cartwright
  121. S Dr. William B. Castle
  122. S Mrs. William B. Castle
  123. S Mast. William R. Castle
  124. S Miss Anne L. Castle
  125. C Mrs. M. Chanard
  126. S Mr. Gerald Chanin
  127. S Miss U. L. Chase
  128. C Mr. James Chopard
  129. C Mrs. James Chopard
  130. C Miss Barbara Christam
  131. Mr. Wendell V. Clausen
  132. Mrs. Wendell V. Clausen
  133. Mast. John P. Clausen
  134. C Mr. Robert Cleinmark
  135. C Miss E. Coates
  136. Mrs. A. B. Coates
  137. C Mr. R. Cobaugh
  138. Mr. I. Cohen
  139. C Mrs. Rebecca Cohen
  140. S Miss Edna Comstock
  141. C Mr. William J. Conklin
  142. C Mr. Charles Connor
  143. C Mrs. Charles Connor
  144. S Mr. J. Cook
  145. S Mrs. J. Cook
  146. Mrs. Anna M. Coons
  147. S Miss Jessie M. Craig
  148. H Mr. Phillip Crane
  149. S Mrs. A. Cree
  150. Miss Anastasia Creedon
  151. C Mr. George Cristy
  152. C Mrs. George Cristy
  153. S Mr. James C. Croft
  154. S Mrs. James C. Croft
  155. H Miss Mary L. Cronin
  156. H Mrs. James Cronin
  157. C Mrs. Rose Ann Cumming
  158. H Miss Gail Cummings
  159. Mr. E. Damjaer
  160. Mrs. E. Damjaer
  161. H Miss Donna K. Daulton
  162. Miss E. Davies
  163. S Mr. Evan H. Davies
  164. H Mr. George D. Davis
  165. Mrs. P. W. Davis
  166. S Mr. William Dayton
  167. H Mrs. W. Demik
  168. Mrs. G. Dethmers
  169. Mr. Max Dettmann
  170. Mrs. Max Dettmann
  171. Mr. H. Diekmann
  172. H Mrs. Elsie Dietrich
  173. Mrs. Digmon
  174. S Mr. E. A. Dodgson
  175. C Miss Francina Doherty
  176. S Mr. H. L. Dommett
  177. S Mrs. H. L. Dommett
  178. Mrs. Wilhelmina Dona
  179. S Rev. Philip J. Donnelly
  180. Mrs. Julia Doodt
  181. Mr. Alfons Doppler
  182. S Miss Frances Drane
  183. Mrs. Hilde Drescher
  184. Miss H. A. v. Drunen
  185. H Mr. Roland Duguay
  186. H Mrs. Roland Duguay
  187. S Mr. J. J. L. Duncan
  188. S Mr. M. H. Dunn
  189. S Mrs. M. H. Dunn
  190. S Mast. P. Dunn
  191. S Miss J. Dunn
  192. S Mast. D. Dunn
  193. S Mr. Dunn
  194. H Mrs. Ada Dvorak
  195. Mr. Willem v. Dyk
  196. Mrs. Willem v. Dyk
  197. H Mrs. Dorothea R. Earl
  198. Mr. H. Ebeling
  199. Mrs. H. Ebeling
  200. Miss J. Ebeling
  201. S Miss Joanne Edson
  202. S Mr. Bernard F. Egan
  203. S Mrs. Hanna E. Egan
  204. Mr. Dugald Eiferle
  205. Mr. S. Elvers
  206. Mr. P. Embo
  207. Miss S. von Engel
  208. Mr. F. Engelsman
  209. Mrs. H. Ernst
  210. Mast. F. Ernst
  211. Mrs. A. Eschert
  212. Mrs. Ruth Evans
  213. Miss Ruth Evans
  214. Mrs. J. Eylders
  215. Miss C. Eylders
  216. Mast. W. Eylders
  217. H Mr. Fabian
  218. H Mrs. Fabian
  219. Mrs. Marie Von Fabrice
  220. H Miss Evelyn Farley
  221. Dr. Henry A. Fast
  222. Mrs. Henry A. Fast
  223. Mast. Richard Fast
  224. Miss M. Le Febve de Vivy de Chaves
  225. S Mr. Fred Fenske
  226. S Mrs. Fred Fenske
  227. Mr. J. de Feyter
  228. S Mr. Herbert Field
  229. S Mrs. Herbert Field
  230. S Mrs. Mabel C. Figg
  231. Mrs. E. Fischer
  232. S Mr. M. Fletcher
  233. S Mr. J. W. Fox
  234. S Miss V. Frankenstein
  235. Mrs. Marilene H. Frankl
  236. Miss I. Fransiskus
  237. Miss G. M. C. Franssen
  238. S Miss E. F. Fraser
  239. S Miss J. F. Fraser
  240. H Mr. Walter Frey
  241. H Mrs. Walter Frey
  242. H Mrs. E. Frey-Nicol
  243. Mr. Richard Frohne
  244. S Mrs. W. G. Fuller
  245. S Mr. D. J. Fyffe
  246. S Mrs. D. J. Fyffe
  247. H Miss Mary Gates
  248. Mrs. Gaus
  249. Mast. Gaus
  250. C Mr. Edward Gavin
  251. Miss Clasine v. d. Geer
  252. H Mr. P. Gelas
  253. H Mrs. P. Gelas
  254. Mrs. Josephine Gerard
  255. Mrs. Rose Gerard
  256. S Mr. W. Gilchrist
  257. S Mrs. W. Gilchrist
  258. S Miss Dorothy Gintz
  259. H Mr. Norman Glade
  260. Mrs. K. Glaebe
  261. Mast. R. Glaebe
  262. H Mr. P. Gomez
  263. C Mr. R. Gordon
  264. S Mr. Wallace Gordon
  265. H Miss Claire Gouguet
  266. H Mr. Louis J. Gouguet
  267. H Mast. Louis J. Gouguet
  268. C Miss E. A. Gracey
  269. Mr. G. Grammel
  270. Mrs. S. Grasch
  271. M. Grasch
  272. Mr. B. Graust
  273. S Mr. D. J. Gray
  274. S Mrs. D. J. Gray
  275. Mrs. Eleanor Greene
  276. S Mr. Thomas Greening
  277. Miss S. Grieshammer
  278. S Mr. Sedgie E. Griffith
  279. S Mrs. Sedgie E. Griffith
  280. Mrs. L. C. C. Griswold
  281. Mr. P. Groot
  282. Mast. H. Groot
  283. Mr. N. J. Groot
  284. Mrs. N. J. Groot
  285. Miss H. de Groot
  286. H Mr. B. E. Guimier
  287. Miss Lorraine Gustafson
  288. Mr. P. v. Gyn
  289. Mrs. P. v. Gyn
  290. Mr. Richard Haan
  291. Mr. J. P. de Haan
  292. C Mr. Fr. Hagstotz
  293. Mrs. A. Hailstone
  294. S Mr. C. W. Hall
  295. Miss Ethel May Hall
  296. Mr. G. Ham
  297. Mrs. G. Ham
  298. S Miss K. N. Hann
  299. S Miss S. M. Hann
  300. C Mr. Benjamin Hardy
  301. H Mrs. Benjamin Hardy
  302. H Miss Mary J. Hardy
  303. C Mr. Marvin Harper
  304. H Mr. Dwight Lyman Harpster
  305. H Mrs. Dwight Lyman Harpster
  306. C Mr. Overton Harris
  307. H Mrs. Overton Harris
  308. Mr. G. Hartenauer
  309. C Mrs. E. J. Hartenstime
  310. Prof. Dr. W. Hartert
  311. Mrs. W. Hartert
  312. C Mr. A. Hartnett
  313. H Mr. Berton Hathaway
  314. H Mrs. Berton Hathaway
  315. Mr. B. J. v. d. Hazel
  316. Mrs. B. J. v. d. Hazel
  317. H Rev. Edwin Healy S.J
  318. Mr. Franz Hellmann
  319. S Mr. John Helmich
  320. H Mr. William R. Helms
  321. Mr. Th. van Hemert
  322. Mast. Theo van Hemert
  323. Mrs. van Hemert
  324. Miss Cornelia van Hemert
  325. Miss Anita van Hemert
  326. C Mrs. A. Herdman
  327. Mrs. Lydia Herrera
  328. Miss Bonita Herrera
  329. C Mr. A. Hewitt
  330. C Mrs. A. Hewitt
  331. Mr. Zeger Heyblom
  332. Mrs. Zeger Heyblom
  333. S Rev. William Hinnebusch
  334. H Mrs. Hirleman
  335. Mr. A. Hitzelberger
  336. Mr. Y. Fr. Hoflack
  337. Mrs. Lucy T. Holliday
  338. Mrs. L. Holt
  339. Mr. H. J. Holzlohner
  340. H Mr. J. W. Horan
  341. H Miss Suzanne Horan
  342. Mr. William E. Hoss
  343. Miss Catherine Hourihan
  344. S Miss O. D. Howard
  345. S Mr. Frank Hubbard
  346. Mr. John Huetinck
  347. C Mrs. Ethel Huff
  348. Mr. Cl. Hufmann
  349. Mrs. Cl. Hufmann
  350. H Mrs. M. Hult
  351. S Mr. F. D. Hustwayte
  352. S Mrs. F. D. Hustwayte
  353. Mrs. W. Hiittisch
  354. H Mrs. Louise Imperato
  355. H Mr. Richard Irwin
  356. Mrs. Lynndora Jackson
  357. S Miss Doris Jacobson
  358. S Miss Sarah W. Jacobson
  359. H Miss D. James
  360. S Mrs. J. James
  361. Mrs. M. Sanecke
  362. Mr. John Jansen
  363. Miss I. C. H. Janssens
  364. Mrs. Jane Jewett
  365. Mast. David Jewett
  366. H Miss Marie A. Jindra
  367. S Mrs. G. L. Johnson
  368. S Mrs. M. R. Johnson
  369. Mrs. S. Johnson
  370. Miss Johnson
  371. H Miss Martha Jone
  372. S Mrs. F. S. Jones
  373. S Mr. Richard Jones
  374. S Mr. W. A. Jones
  375. Mr. I. Joppe
  376. Mr. Joseph Jorritsma
  377. Mr. W. Jung
  378. Mrs. W. Jung
  379. Miss R. Jung
  380. Mr. WI. Kaczor
  381. Mrs. WI. Kaczor
  382. Miss U. Kaczor
  383. H Miss Marie Katich
  384. H Mrs. H. B. Kearns
  385. Mr. G. C. v. Keirsbilck
  386. Mrs. G. C. v. Keirsbilck
  387. Miss B. v. Keirsbilck
  388. Miss B. v. Keirsbilck
  389. Mast. F. v. Keirsbilck
  390. H Prof. R. K. Kellenberger
  391. H Mrs. R. K. Kellenberger
  392. C Mr. L J. Kelly
  393. Mrs. Kerkhoff
  394. Mr. F. Keune
  395. Mrs. Fr. Keune
  396. Miss Ch. Keune
  397. S Mr. Th. B. King
  398. S Mrs. Th. B. King
  399. S Miss L. H. King
  400. C Mr. J. Kinghan
  401. C Mrs. J. Kinghan
  402. C Miss M. Kinghan
  403. C Mr. William Kinsella
  404. C Miss Elinor Kinsella
  405. Mr. Bernard Klatzko
  406. Mr. Ludwig Klaussner
  407. Mrs. Ludwig Klaussner
  408. Mrs. F. Klosters
  409. Mrs. P. Knidlberger
  410. Mr. Max Kohn
  411. Mrs. Max Kohn
  412. Mast. Jonathan Kohn
  413. Miss B. Kolbenach
  414. H Mr. Korcia
  415. Mr. H. Kortz
  416. C Miss K. Kossmann
  417. Mr. T. Kraemer
  418. Mr. A. A. Kramers
  419. Mrs. A. A. Kramers
  420. Mr. P. Krul
  421. S Mrs. Beryl Kucer
  422. S Miss Jean Kucer
  423. S Miss Avril Kucer
  424. Mr. E. Kusche
  425. Mr. W. F. Kutzner
  426. Mrs. W. F. Kutzner
  427. Mast. F. M. Kutzner
  428. Mrs. H. v. d. Laan
  429. Mr. Joseph Laarakkers
  430. Mrs. A. Labiau
  431. Mr. E. G. Lachman
  432. Mrs. J. H. Lakeman
  433. Mr. W. Landau
  434. Mrs. W. Landau
  435. Mast. D. Landau
  436. Mast E. Landau
  437. Mast E. Landau
  438. Mast. A. Landau
  439. S Mr. Robert Langdon
  440. Miss A. Lange
  441. Miss B. Larsen
  442. Miss Elsie Larson
  443. Mrs. Miriam Lavender
  444. H Mr. William Layton
  445. H Miss Ann Learned
  446. H Miss Helen J. Lesse
  447. Mrs. G. Leupen
  448. Miss H. C. C. Leupen
  449. S Mr. Guy Levingston
  450. S Mrs. Marianne E. Linard
  451. Mrs. M. Linde
  452. Mast. H. Linde
  453. S Mr. Dwight Linton
  454. S Mrs. Dwight Linton
  455. Mrs. E. von der Lippe
  456. Mr. R. von der Lippe
  457. Mr. P. Lipski
  458. H Miss Grace De Lisle
  459. Mr. Mark Lit
  460. Mrs. Mark Lit
  461. S Mr. Philip Livingston
  462. S Mrs. Philip Livingston
  463. Miss Johanna Loerwald
  464. Miss I. Lohberger
  465. S Mr. R. Longhurst
  466. S Mrs. R. Longhurst
  467. Mrs. H. Lugauer
  468. Mast. W. Lugauer
  469. Mr. C. A. Lugten
  470. S Miss G. Lussier
  471. C Mr. Chas. J. Lusty
  472. C Mrs. Chas. J. Lusty
  473. S Miss Jane L. Lyman
  474. H Mrs. H. Maag
  475. H Miss D. Maag
  476. H Miss Susan Mabon
  477. S Mr. J. Mc Aulay
  478. S Mrs. J. Mc Aulay
  479. S Mrs. E. A. Mc Carthy
  480. S Mrs. Mary Mc Closkey
  481. C Mr. J. Mc Cormack
  482. S Mrs. Beatrice Mc Crohon
  483. S Mrs. Brunson Mc Cutchen
  484. S Rev. Edward Mc Donald
  485. S Mr. I. Mc Grogan
  486. S Miss Elaine Mc Hugh
  487. S Mrs. Mc Huire
  488. S Mrs. N. Mc Kelvie
  489. Mrs. Helen N. Mc Kenney
  490. Mr. Carlton Mc Kenney
  491. S Miss Velma Mc Kinnis
  492. Mr. James R. Mc Manus
  493. C Mr. J. J. Mc Niff
  494. C Mrs. J. J. Mc Niff
  495. S Mr. Robert P. Madison
  496. S Mrs. Robert P. Madison
  497. S Miss J. M. Madison
  498. Miss M. J. Th. A. Maes
  499. C Miss Mary J. Magargel
  500. Mr. L. L Malfait
  501. Mr. Dwight G. Mansfield
  502. H Mr. P. Marechal
  503. S Mrs. C. M. Marshall
  504. Mrs. G. J. Martin
  505. Miss E. Martin
  506. H Mr. J. C. Martin
  507. H Mrs. J. C. Martin
  508. Mast. H. D. Martin
  509. H Miss Gladys Martin
  510. H Mr. Thomas Martin
  511. H Mrs. Thomas Martin
  512. Mr. Jordon Matlin
  513. S Mr. H. Maxwell
  514. S Mr. H. F. Meadows
  515. S Mrs. H. F. Meadows
  516. Mr. A. Mellentin
  517. Mr. K. Merkl
  518. Mrs. Gerda Messer
  519. H Mrs. M. Messer
  520. H Miss R. Messmer
  521. Miss Dorothy R. Mewshaw
  522. Mr. W. Mildner
  523. Mast. K. Mildner
  524. Mast. J. Mildner
  525. Mr. W. Mildner
  526. S Mr. A. Mildon
  527. S Mrs. A. Mildon
  528. S Mr. M. Miller
  529. Mr. Miller
  530. S Mr. William Millhorn
  531. S Mrs. Mary Mills
  532. Mrs. Mary E. Minter
  533. H Miss N. A. Misrachi
  534. Mr. S. Mohr
  535. C Mr. Thomas Molan
  536. Mr. Charles J. Molloy
  537. Mrs. Charles J. Molloy
  538. Miss G. Monefeldt
  539. H Mr. J. Montis
  540. C Dr. James A. Moore
  541. C Mrs. James A. Moore
  542. Miss Nancy Moore
  543. S Miss C. Moy
  544. Miss I. Mueller
  545. Miss H. Muller
  546. H Miss S. Muller
  547. H Mrs. Emily Munger
  548. Mr. Norman B. Musselrhan
  549. Mrs. Norman B. Musselman
  550. H Mr. Bullie Muszynski
  551. S Mrs. Clara T. Myers
  552. C Mrs. Evelyne Naniche
  553. Miss E. Nasberg
  554. Dr. Horst H. Naujoks
  555. Mr. P. B. Nesbitt
  556. Mrs. P. B. Nesbitt
  557. Mr. K. J. Netter
  558. C Mr. H. F. Neuschel
  559. C Mrs. H. F. Neuschel
  560. S Mrs. Eileen Newby
  561. S Mast. Charles Newby
  562. S Mrs. Ninnie Newman
  563. H Mr. Dean F. Nicholas
  564. H Mr. Gordon Niederhauser
  565. Dr. C. P. Niemann
  566. H Mr. Cl. N. Noel
  567. Mrs. Johanna Nooteboom
  568. Mr. Carl Norberg
  569. S Mr. Roger Norton
  570. S Mrs. Roger Norton
  571. S Mast. Gary Norton
  572. Mr. Fr. Nowak
  573. Mrs. Fr. Nowak
  574. S Miss J. M. Oatham
  575. S Mr. James F. O'Dennell
  576. S Mrs. James F. O'Dennell
  577. H Miss O'Donnel
  578. Mr. Joseph O'Keefe
  579. Mrs. Joseph O'Keefe
  580. Miss Eileen O'Keefe
  581. Mast. Patrick O'Keefe
  582. Mast. H. O'Keefe
  583. C Mr. Michael O'Keefe
  584. C Mrs. Michael O'Keefe
  585. H Mr. Robert A. Oliver
  586. Miss P. Olivier
  587. H Mr. Clinton J. Oschwald
  588. H Mrs. Clinton J. Oschwald
  589. Miss O. Ostheimer
  590. Miss K. Owen
  591. Mr. Leon Pacala
  592. Mrs. Leon Pacala
  593. S Mrs. Olive Padrick
  594. S Mr. Cameron Paine
  595. H Mr. Renato Pasqual
  596. H Mrs. Renato Pasqual
  597. Mr. James J. Patton
  598. Mrs. James J. Patton
  599. S Mr. Robert Pau
  600. S Mrs. Robert Pau
  601. H Mrs. Paule
  602. Mrs. Mabel L. Paulsen
  603. Mr. Howard Pearsall
  604. Mrs. Howard Pearsall
  605. Mr. H. Perron
  606. Mr. Herman Pestel
  607. Mrs. Herman Pestel
  608. Mr. G. Peters
  609. H Mrs. G. Pier
  610. C Rev. Fr. J. Pigott
  611. Mrs. R. Pischinger
  612. Mast. M. S. Pischinger
  613. Mast. A. G. Pischinger
  614. H Mr. A. de Planta
  615. S Miss Roberta Plaut
  616. Miss L. G. Postma
  617. S Miss Jennie Powner
  618. Mr. E. Prager
  619. Mrs. E. Prager
  620. Mr. M. Presant
  621. Mrs. Frieda Prietzsch
  622. S Mr. L. Prodromou
  623. H Mr. Fernando C. Pujals
  624. H Mrs. Fernando C. Pujals
  625. H Miss Diana Pujals
  626. H Mrs. Fernando C. Pujals
  627. H Mr. Fernando Pujals
  628. Mr. E. E. Quevrin
  629. S Miss Florence E. Quinlan
  630. H Mrs. L. Quinson
  631. H Mrs. L. Quinson
  632. H Miss Kathryn Radtke
  633. Mr. Karl Ramseyer
  634. Mrs. Karl Ramseyer
  635. Mast. S. Ramseyer
  636. Mast. Th. Ramseyer
  637. H Mrs. Carol Raskopf
  638. S Mr. Ferrante Reed
  639. Mrs. Fanny Rees
  640. H Mrs. Julia Reichert
  641. S Mr. Paul W. Repath
  642. Miss J. Rice
  643. Miss A. Richner
  644. Mrs. Ch. Rieldl
  645. Miss G. Rieldl
  646. H Mrs. Ruth Ritter
  647. S Mrs. E. R. Robison
  648. Mrs. Francine Rodgers
  649. Mast. Jean Rodgers
  650. Prof. R. Roelofs
  651. Mrs. R. Roelofs
  652. S Mr. W. R. Rogers
  653. S Mrs. W. R. Rogers
  654. Mrs. Darby Roma Vernes
  655. Mrs. Ruth Roos
  656. S Mr. L. L. de Rosa
  657. Mr. E. Rosenfeld
  658. S Mr. Samuel Ross
  659. H Mr. H. Ruetimann
  660. H Mr. D. K. Ruth
  661. H Miss Mary Ryan
  662. Mrs. M. Salat
  663. Miss M. Salzbrunn
  664. Mr. Peter A. v. Sambeek
  665. Mrs. Peter A. v. Sambeek
  666. Mr. Samuel
  667. Mrs. Samuel
  668. Mast. Samuel
  669. Mr. Constand van Sand
  670. Mrs. Constand van Sand
  671. C Mr. Oliver J. Sands
  672. C Mrs. Oliver J. Sands
  673. S Mrs. Vivian Satterfield
  674. C Mr. Joseph Savarino
  675. C Mr. E. Schaellebaum
  676. Mr. R. J. v. Schaik
  677. Mr. Otto Scharff
  678. Mrs. Johanna Schermer
  679. Dr. H. Scherrer
  680. Baroness J. Schimmelpenninck
  681. Miss E. Schimmelpenninck
  682. Mast. C. O. Schimmelpenninck
  683. Mast. A. J. Schimmelpenninck
  684. Mr. J. Schlegel
  685. Mr. J. Schmuck
  686. Mrs. J. Schmuck
  687. Miss T. Schmutz
  688. Mr. P. Schoe
  689. Mrs. P. Schoe
  690. Mr. A. J. L. Schonis
  691. Miss A. M. Schoonderwoerd
  692. Mr. H. Schosnig
  693. Mrs. H. Schosnig
  694. Mast. C. v. d. Schroeff
  695. Mr. M. Schryver
  696. C Miss Joan Schuppert
  697. S Prof. Plato Schwartz
  698. S Mrs. Plato Schwartz
  699. S Mast. Russell Schwartz
  700. S Mast. Kellner Schwartz
  701. Mr. Chester R. Seapy
  702. S Miss Katherine Shepherd
  703. Mrs. Stella Shirman
  704. C Miss Kathleen Sick
  705. Dr. Siebrecht
  706. Miss H. Sievers
  707. C Miss Diana Silverman
  708. C Mrs. Jacq. Silverman
  709. C Mr. B. Simonnot
  710. C Mr. Alfred Slate
  711. C Mrs. Alfred Slate
  712. Mr. Max Small
  713. Mrs. S. Smeer
  714. Mr. John F. Smith
  715. S Miss A. E. Soderen
  716. Miss A. J. v. Soelen
  717. S Dr. C. A. Spaulding
  718. S Mrs. C. A. Spaulding
  719. Mr. Th. I. Sprenger
  720. Mrs. M. F. J. Staals
  721. S Mrs. H. Steele
  722. Mr. G. T. Steenhuisen
  723. Mrs. G. T. Steenhuisen
  724. Mr. Willi Stegemann
  725. Mrs. Willi Stegemann
  726. Mr. K. Steinbeck
  727. Miss A. Steins
  728. S Mr. W. Stenner
  729. S Mrs. W. Stenner
  730. Mr. Perry J. Stieglitz
  731. Mr. Alfred Stier
  732. Mr. Ph. M. L. Y. de Streel
  733. C Mr. J. Streiff
  734. C Mrs. J. Streiff
  735. S Mr. Edward C. Summers
  736. Dr. Fritz Sybrecht
  737. Mr. H. Sythoff
  738. Mrs. H. Sythoff
  739. Mast. Richard R. Talley
  740. S Mr. Samuel Tannenbaum
  741. Mr. M. Taselaar
  742. Mrs. M. Taselaar
  743. Miss J. Taselaar
  744. Miss Beatrice E. Taylor
  745. S Mr. D. Taylor
  746. S Mrs. D. Taylor
  747. Rev. Herman Tegenfeldt
  748. Mrs. H. Tegenfeldt
  749. Mast. Edwin Tegenfeldt
  750. Miss Alice Tegenfeldt
  751. Mast. John Tegenfeldt
  752. Mast. Paul Tegenfeldt
  753. Miss Judith M. Tegenfeldt
  754. C Mrs. Ellen Tellier
  755. S Miss Caroline Tempio
  756. H Miss Hermine Thonney
  757. Mr. K. Tittel
  758. Mrs. C. Tomberg
  759. H Miss Patricia Tool
  760. S Miss G. A. E Torchin
  761. H Mrs. Melvin Totz
  762. H Mrs. Arthur Totz
  763. C Miss M. Turner
  764. H Miss Helen Uebel
  765. Miss M. M. Verbrugge
  766. Mr. W. Verhoef
  767. Mrs. W. Verhoef
  768. Mrs. N. Verkammen
  769. Miss A. M. Vermeer
  770. Miss A. Voss
  771. Mr. Theophile van Waes
  772. Mrs. Theophile van Waes
  773. Mr. Herbert v. d. Wal
  774. Mrs. Herbert v. d. Wal
  775. H Mrs. Frances Walker
  776. Mr. George A. Walker
  777. H Mr. R. Walter
  778. H Mrs. R. Walter
  779. H Miss Mary A. Walters
  780. H Mr. Frank Warncke
  781. H Mrs. Frank Warncke
  782. Mrs. M. Weber
  783. H Mr. Shea Weiner
  784. H Mrs. Shea Weiner
  785. C Prof. J. Weingreen
  786. C Mrs. J. Weingreen
  787. S Mrs. B. Weinsa
  788. H Dr. Harold Weiss
  789. H Mrs. Harold Weiss
  790. S Mr. J. Weiss
  791. Mr. John J. Wendell
  792. Mrs. John J. Wendell
  793. Miss A. Wenderoth
  794. H Mr. Fred Werley
  795. Mr. John Westerhouse
  796. H Miss Norma Westra
  797. Mr. Jacobus E. Weststeyn
  798. Mrs. Jacobus E. Weststeyn
  799. Mr. Fred Weysman
  800. Mrs. Fred Weysman
  801. S Mr. Leonard P. Whaley
  802. S Mrs. Leonard P. Whaley
  803. S Mr. Robert Wickern
  804. Mr. M. Wiewall
  805. Mrs. M. Wiewall
  806. H Miss Zoe Willet
  807. S Mr. George Woolfall
  808. H Mrs. Gladys Williams
  809. H Mrs. Bertha M. Wright
  810. H Mr. Robert Williams
  811. H Mrs. Elizabeth Williamson
  812. Mr. K. Wimmer
  813. S Mr. D. Young
  814. Mrs. K. Wimmer
  815. C Mrs. S. Young
  816. Miss A. P. Wind
  817. S Miss Ph. J. Winstone
  818. Mr. K. Wolff
  819. Mrs. K. Wolff
  820. Mr. N. Chr. Zinck
  821. S Mrs. M. Woolcock
  822. Mr. D. Zuiderveld
  823. S Miss Woolcock
  824. Mrs. D. Zuiderveld

S Embarking at Southampton
H Embarking at Le Havre
C Embarking at Cobh

General Information for Passengers

BABYFOOD. The attention of Passengers is drawn to the large selection of strained baby and junior food available to Passengers with children in all passenger vessels of the Company.
For the necessary arrangements, Passengers are invited to apply to the Chief Steward.

Baggage. Trunks exceeding the ordinary measurements cannot be taken into the cabins. It is forbidden to have in one's baggage, 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 or forwarding of baggage should be addressed to the Baggage Master. Upon arrival at New York moreover Century Transportation Company representatives are available to take orders for delivery of trunks and larger pieces to any destination indicated by the passenger.

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 Company.

Barber and Ladies' Hair Dresser. A barber's and ladies-hairdresser's shop is installed on board. The charges for services are announced by the Company.

Change of Cabins. Change of cabins is only permissible when authorized by the Purser.

Customs CLEARANCE. On landing at New York, all baggage will be examined by the Customs Officials. It is therefore recommended that Passengers make full enquiries at the Purser's office about the Customs regulations and to fill in carefully the Customs declaration form handed to them by the Purser.

DANGEROUS Articles. Dangerous articles such as inflammable and explosive objects may not be taken aboard. The attention of our Passengers is also drawn to the fact that it is very dangerous to throw away lighted cigars, cigarettes or burning tobacco discards (even when thrown overboard as they might enter the vessel's interior through open portholes). Passengers are therefore requested to use the receptacles provided 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 f 3.80 or $ I.—, chair cushions and rugs f 2.66 or $ 0.70 each per voyage.

Deck Games. Implements for deck games such as quoits, deck tennis, deck golf, shuffle board etc. are supplied free of charge. When joining these games Passengers do so at their own risk and any mishaps or injuries which may occur, are without any responsibility on the part of the Company.

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.

Dr.NKS, 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 Company. Passengers are not allowed to bring with them large quantities of liquor or tobacco for personal use. Any large quantities must be reported to the Purser for Customs declaration. They will be kept in custody by the Purser in an appropriate room.

Landing Cards. All Passengers will receive a Landing Card and are requested to present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigration Inspector for endorsement.

Lost and Found Articles. Found articles are to be handed over and lost articles to be reported to the Chief Steward. 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 them or make inquiries.

Mail and Telegrams. Mail and telegrams for Passengers are brought on board the steamer before sailing and placed in the passenger's rooms. For any inquiries relating to mail, Passengers are invited to call at the Chief Steward's office. Passengers are advised to stop at the mail desk in the centre of the Pier at Hoboken, N.J., to claim 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 to a limited number from the Library Steward.

In order to prevent the loss of mail, Passengers are requested to stamp their letters etc. themselves and to deposit same personally in the mailbox, destined for that purpose.

Under no circumstances can the Holland-America Line be held responsible for the loss of mail.

Meals. The hours during which meals will be served will be shown on the ship's bulletin boards. Passengers are kindly requested to observe these hours.

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. The ship's Physician is entitled to make reasonable charge for attendance or treatment for ailments or conditions antedating embarkation of the passenger.

Money-Exchange. During the voyage the Ship's personnel is allowed to accept only Dutch and American money in payment of expenses made by the Passengers. Opportunity is therefore given to exchange other foreign currency into Dutch money at the Purser's office at rates of exchange fixed by the Company. Only the Purser is authorized to exchange or accept other foreign currency.

Some articles on sale in the gift shops are only obtainable against payment in U.S. currency, both on the West- and Eastbound voyages.

Payments. Passengers paying any supplements for roomtransfers, additional passage money, freight, telegrams, etc., should obtain a receipt from the Purser on the Company's form. For radiograms a receipt will be furnished by the Wireless Operator.

Ship's NEWSPAPer. The "Ocean Post" will be published on board, giving latest news of the day. Leading New York Stock Exchange quotations are posted about midnight on the ship's bulletin board.

Table Sitting. Table and seats should be reserved on board at the Chief Steward's office after embarkation.

TRANSPORTATION From Hoboken

a. Motor Coach Service. For the convenience of Passengers a special bus service is operated between the Company's Pier at Hoboken N.J. and the Port Authority Bus Terminal, 8th Avenue and 41st Street, New York City, in connection with the arrival and departure of vessels.
Reservations should preferably be made through the Purser on board. Passengers, not holding reservations, who, after disembarkation, decide to avail themselves of the bus, may purchase their tickets from the Company's representative in attendance at the point of departure.

Handbaggage, with the exception of trunks and cases, may be taken along on the bus without extra charge. Charge per seat: U.S. $ 1.25 per adult and children 6 years of age and over. Children under 6 years of age, not occupying separate seats, are carried free.
Taxicabs may be found at the Bus Terminal for Passengers wishing to proceed from there to other points in Metropolitan New York.

b. Taxicabs. Taxicabs are also available at the Hoboken Pier. The City authorities of Hoboken have passed an Ordinance to control the rates charged bij taxicabs licensed in that City. The maximum rates established by law are: For one to four Passengers, including tunnel tolls:

To Pennsylvania Station $ 6.50
To Grand Central Station . . . . $ 7.00
To a point between 96th and 110th St $ 9.00
To a point within one mile radius of
Borough Hall, Brooklyn $ 10.00
To Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Terminal,
Jersey City $ 5.00
For all luggage, handbags, trunks or
packages, per piece $ 0.40

Additional information and rates will be furnished on application to the Purser's office.

Important. The rates quoted in this list are correct. Upon arrival the taxi driver may tell you that the rates have been changed and that the new rates are much higher. If you do engage a taxicab and are charged more than the rate mentioned in this list or on the Bulletin Board on the pier, you should take the name and license number of the taxi driver and, if possible, secure a receipt for the amount paid. The matter should then be reported to the Holland-America Line, 29 Broadway, New York, N.Y., who will notify the proper authorities and endeavour to secure a refund of the overcharge.

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 f 25.— or its equivalent 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, except as stipulated in the passage contract. Passengers are accordingly requested to protect themselves by insurance.

WINDOWS and Portholes. To ensure proper functioning of the air-conditioning system, all windows and portholes must be kept closed. For this reason, and in their own interest, Passengers are not permitted to open windows or portholes themselves and those ignoring this warning, do so at their own risk. The Company assumes no liability in case of accident or damage.

Windows and portholes may be opened only at the discretion of the Commander and then only by authorized stewards.

All staterooms are equipped with adjustable air diffusers, and these may be controlled by Passengers according to their individual requirements.

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