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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. George Washington, 1 June 1912

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. George Washington of the North German Lloyd, Departing 1 June 1912 from Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain B. Wilhelm.

List of Cabin Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. George Washington

Captain B. Wilhelm

From Bremen to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg
Saturday, 1 June 1912

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: B. Wilhelm
  2. First Officer R. Wurpts
  3. Second Officer W Drechsel
  4. Second Officer W. Oelrichs
  5. Second Officer 0th Brinkmann
  6. Third Officer L. Schramm
  7. Fourth officer E. Eyring
  8. Fourth officer G. Kirmss
  9. Physician Dr. Starke
  10. Physician Dr. Zorn
  11. Chief Engineer: D. Lampe
  12. First engineer J. Wurthmann
  13. Paymaster H Ahlers
  14. Purser TH Schroder
  15. Purser W. Thiele
  16. Chief Steward: O. Caesar
  17. Second Steward Second Class: C. Larson
  18. Second Steward Second Class: M. Oesterheld
  19. Second Steward Second Class: K. Arnold
  20. Second Steward Second Class: L. Huck
  21. Second Steward Second Class: J. Westendorf
  22. Second Steward Third Class: J. Böttjer
  23. Chief Cook M Rolle
  24. Baggage Master: H. Helmers
  25. Wireless telegraphy telegraph: H. Schafer
  26. Wireless telegraphy telegraph: A. Thiem
  27. Traffic and Information Bureau Official: Ch. Seghorn

Front Cover, Passenger List, S.S. George Washington, Norddeutscher Lloyd, June 1912, Bremen to New York

Ships List of First Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Dr. Abbot
  2. Miss Agnes Abbot
  3. Mr. George E. Adams
  4. Mrs. George E. Adams and Servant
  5. Mr. Samuel D. Adler
  6. Mrs. Samuel D. Adler
  7. Mr. John H. Andrews
  8. Mrs. John H. Andrews
  9. Dr. Bernard Arnulphy
  10. Mrs. Joseph Austin
  11. Mr. Edward E. Ayer
  12. Mrs. Edward E. Ayer
  13. Mrs. Chas. H. Baldwin and Servant
  14. Mr. Albert von Bary Jr.
  15. Mrs. Albert von Bary Jr.
  16. Mr. O. G. Becker
  17. Mrs. O. G. Becker
  18. Mrs. Josef Bell
  19. Mr. Abraham Bijur
  20. Mrs. Abraham Bijur
  21. Miss Elizabeth Billings
  22. Mrs. William Birney
  23. Mrs. R. H. Bissell
  24. Miss Haddie Blackshere
  25. Mr. D. C. Blair and Diener
  26. Mrs. D. C. Blair and Servant
  27. Mrs. J. Blair-Seribuer
  28. Mr. John Blocki
  29. Mrs. John Blocki
  30. Miss Harriet Bowles
  31. Dr. Otto Brill
  32. Miss Helen Brown
  33. Mr. W. Channing Burbank
  34. Mrs. E. A. Burch
  35. Mr. de Burlett
  36. Mrs. de Burlett
  37. Mr. Louis D. Cahn
  38. Mr. Raymond G. Carrol
  39. Mrs. Raymond G. Carrol
  40. Mr. Chefingenieur
  41. Constantin Cihodarin
  42. Mr. Chas T. Clement
  43. Mrs. Chas T. Clement
  44. Mrs. Dawson Coleman
  45. Miss A. Coleman and Servant
  46. Mr. Engineer Tancred Constantinesen
  47. Miss Creighton
  48. Mr. J. J. Crowley
  49. Miss E. G. Cummings
  50. Mr. C. L. Daly
  51. Mrs. C. L. Daly
  52. C. F. Daly
  53. Mr. J. H. Dewing
  54. Mrs. J. H. Dewing
  55. Miss E. Dewing
  56. Miss Sarah Fisher
  57. Mrs. B. Frankel
  58. Miss H. E. Freeman
  59. Mr. M. P. French
  60. Mrs. M. P. French
  61. Mr. S. W. Garretson
  62. Mrs. S. W. Garretson
  63. Mr. Bernard F. Gimbel
  64. Mrs. Bernard F. Gimbel and Servant
  65. Miss Helen V. Golden
  66. Mr. Howard L. Goodhart
  67. Mr. Oskar Gottschalk
  68. Miss M. S. Gray
  69. Miss Amelia Cumber
  70. Mr. E. Haines
  71. Mrs. P. L. van Hemert
  72. Miss A. J. van Hemert
  73. Mr. Gustav Holzer
  74. Mr. A. Jardine
  75. Mrs. A. Jardine
  76. Miss Fanny L. Johnson and Servant
  77. Mr. Frederick Kasten
  78. Mrs. Frederick Kasten
  79. Mr. S. Kaufmann
  80. Mrs. S. Kaufmann
  81. Miss Elizabeth Kelly
  82. Mr. G. W. Kennedy
  83. Mrs. G. W. Kennedy
  84. Mr. C. S. King
  85. Mrs. C. S. King
  86. Mrs. B. Klee
  87. Mr. H. W. Koehn
  88. Dr. Adolf Kraus
  89. Mrs. Adolf Kraus
  90. Mr. Max Krumm
  91. Mr. Geo J. Kuck
  92. Miss Adela Laue
  93. Mrs. Charles Lantz
  94. Mrs. James Legendre
  95. Mrs. S. Lilienthal
  96. Dr. S. Livingstone
  97. Miss Vida Llewellyn
  98. Miss Ruth Llewellyn
  99. Mr. S. Loewenstein
  100. Mrs. S. Loewenstein
  101. Miss Alice Logan
  102. Mr. Mac Donald
  103. Mr. Carl Mallinckrodt
  104. Mr. Leo Mane
  105. Miss Mane
  106. Mrs. Jessie Mariner
  107. Dr. Henry O. Marcy Jr.
  108. Mrs. Henry O. Marcy
  109. Mr. A. Massenat
  110. Mrs. A. Massenat and Servant
  111. EdelMrs. Mary von Mayer
  112. Rev. Daniel Merriman
  113. Mrs. Daniel Merriman
  114. Mr. D. C. Millard
  115. Mrs. D. C. Millard
  116. Mrs. Clara Molitor
  117. Miss Anita Molitor
  118. Miss Marg. Molitor
  119. Miss Maria Molitor
  120. Mrs. Moyinham
  121. Mr. Karl Oeirich
  122. Miss Jane Ogle
  123. Mrs. Marion Owen and Servant
  124. Mr. C. L. Palmer
  125. Mr. R. Pearlman
  126. Miss Anna C. Petersen
  127. Mrs. H. Pfeifer
  128. Mr. Wm. Lyon Phelphs
  129. Mrs. Wm. Lyon Phelphs
  130. Mrs. Dora Ranke
  131. Mr. S. S. Rau
  132. Mrs. Marie Reed
  133. Mr. A. F. Reiners
  134. Miss Edith G. Richards
  135. Mr. Hermann Richter
  136. Mr. Geheimer Baurat
  137. Dr. Otto Riese
  138. Mrs. Otto Riese
  139. Mr. H. Rosenwasser
  140. Mrs. Rotfeld
  141. Mrs. Marg. Rueping
  142. Miss H. P. Scott
  143. Mr. A. B. Seelenfreund
  144. Mr. H. T. T. Smith
  145. Mrs. H. T. T. Smith
  146. Miss Irene Clara Smith
  147. Mr. William S. Spaulding
  148. Mrs. William S. Spaulding
  149. Mr. John T. Spaulding
  150. Mr. C. S. Squier
  151. Mrs. C. S. Squier
  152. Mr. Henry Suhr
  153. Mrs. Henry Suhr
  154. Mr. George Schlums
  155. Mr. Kurt Schmidt
  156. Mrs. Kurt Schmidt
  157. Mrs. Geheimrat
  158. Dr. Schmidtmann
  159. Miss Ruth Schmidtmann
  160. Miss Edith Schmidtmann
  161. Mr. Fr. Schtirmann Jr.
  162. Mr. L. K. Schwerin
  163. Mr. F. William Steiger
  164. Miss Steinfeld
  165. Mr. Arthur Steinfeld
  166. Mr. Fred W. Taylor
  167. Mrs. Fred W. Taylor
  168. Miss Frances Terry
  169. Miss Harriett W. Terry
  170. Mrs. J. F. Terry
  171. Miss Terry
  172. Mrs. Benjamin Thaw and Servant
  173. Miss Henrietta Thaw
  174. Mr. Benjamin Thaw Jr.
  175. Mr. Blair-Thaw
  176. Mr. Edward M. C. Tower
  177. Mr. Hermann Tworoger
  178. Mr. Thomas F. Victor
  179. Mr. George Vietor
  180. Mrs. George Victor
  181. Mr. M. C. Waldmann
  182. Mr. Ralph E. de Weese
  183. Mrs. Ralph E. de Weese
  184. Lowes Emerson de Weese
  185. Miss Grace Werner
  186. Mr. William Whegham
  187. Mrs. D. Whitney and Servant
  188. Mr. Chas. H. Witty
  189. Mr. Karl Wohlfahrt
  190. Mrs. Karl Wohlfahrt
  191. Mr. Generalkonsul
  192. Hermann H. Wolff
  193. Miss L. Wood
  194. Mrs. C. Richards Wright
  195. Mrs. E. N. Wright
  196. Mr. Walter Wyckoff
  197. Mr. Frederik O. Zeitz

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Mr. Bosch
  2. Miss Lililan Carr
  3. Miss Irmgard Caspar
  4. Mrs. Therese Diehn
  5. Mr. Fr. Dochnahl
  6. Mr. Emden
  7. Mr. David Examus
  8. Mrs. David Examus
  9. Mrs. Oberin Martha Francke
  10. Mr. Rudolf Gossling
  11. Mrs. Rudolf Gossling
  12. Mr. F. C. Hesse
  13. Mrs. Baronin
  14. Else von Hewald
  15. Mr. Carl Ingewohl
  16. Mr. Jay
  17. Mrs. Jay
  18. Mr. Arnold Knauth
  19. Mr. Geheimer Regierungsrat
  20. Dr. Emil,. Krauss and
  21. Mrs. Gemahlin
  22. Mr. Patentanwalt
  23. George Loubier
  24. Mr. Rechtsanwalt
  25. Julius Magnus
  26. Mr. L. C. Martin Mr
  27. Leutnant Matthias
  28. Miss Gertrud Matthias
  29. Miss Minna Mohr
  30. Miss Alma Mohr
  31. Mrs. Albert Munchmeyer
  32. Mr. Prokurist F. W. Muller
  33. Mr. Louis Pitzschler
  34. Mrs. Louis Pitzschler
  35. Dr. Rudolf Plaut
  36. Mrs. Dr. Rudolf Plaut
  37. Mr. Paul Plaut
  38. Mr. Sidney Richardson
  39. Mr. Wolfgang Schieck
  40. Mrs. Wolfgang Schieck
  41. Mr. Johann B. Schroeder
  42. Mrs. Johann B. Schroeder
  43. Mr. Johann Schroder
  44. Mrs. Johann Schroder
  45. Sister Toni Steffens
  46. Mr. Ferdinand Wehdekind
  47. Mr. Fritz Wolfrum
  48. Mrs. Fritz Wolfrum

From Bremen To Cherbourg

  1. Mrs. lnspektor Block and Child
  2. Mr. Erich Goritz
  3. Miss Suse Goritz
  4. Mr. C. Klevenhusen
  5. Mrs. C. Klevenhusen
  6. Mr. KOmmel
  7. Mr. David Leder
  8. Mr. H. Schroder
  9. Mr. Direktor Sourbeck
  10. Mrs. Direktor Sourbeck
  11. Miss Sourbeck
  12. Mr. W. Rieder
  13. Mr. Voges
  14. Mr. Aug. Warlich
  15. Mr. O. Wiesenberg

Ships List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Dr. Ella Abegg
  2. Klaus Abegg
  3. Eva Abegg
  4. Mrs. Anna Altmann
  5. Salamon Altmann
  6. Mr. Hermann Ammann
  7. Mr. Lorenz Andel
  8. Mrs. Pauline Andel
  9. Friedrich Andel
  10. Miss Amalie Andreas
  11. Mrs. Elise Andree
  12. Miss Louise Andree
  13. Mr. Friedrich Arfmann
  14. Mr. Ernst Artschwager
  15. Mrs. Hedwig Bace
  16. Mrs. Maria Badura
  17. Josef Badura
  18. Mrs. Gesine Bahr
  19. Mrs. Elise Bahr
  20. Miss Else Bahr
  21. Mr. Louis Barischanski
  22. Mr. Isaac Barker
  23. Mr. Schepse Barkowitz
  24. Mr. Josef Bauer
  25. Mr. Adolf Baurnert
  26. Mrs. Sophie Becker
  27. Mr. Peter Becker
  28. Mrs. Katalin Becker
  29. Miss Gertrude H. Beggs
  30. Mr. Josef Benicek
  31. Miss Isabella Benoit
  32. Mr. Charles B. Beery
  33. Mr. Vasilie Berger
  34. Mr. Albert Berglas
  35. Miss Julia Bilezewska
  36. Mr. Abraham Blackstone
  37. Mr. Rudolf Blumberg
  38. Mr. Carl Boden
  39. Mr. August Bohm
  40. Mr. Adolf Bosan
  41. Friiulein Maria Bosan
  42. Mr. Ernst Bottcher
  43. Mr. A. R. Brane
  44. Mr. Carl Brunner
  45. Mrs. Josephine Buck
  46. Mrs. Anna Buczynska
  47. Tadausz Buczynska
  48. Miss Cora J. Bunn
  49. Mr. Rudolf Bures
  50. J. de Burlet
  51. Mr. Thomas Ch. Cain
  52. Mrs. L. A. Case
  53. Mr. Josef Chabazinski
  54. Mrs. Emma Chmela
  55. Marie Chmela
  56. Mrs. Anna Chudoba
  57. Miss Franziska Chyba
  58. Mrs. Marie Ciureja and Child
  59. Waleria Ciureja
  60. Josef Ciureja
  61. Mr. Moritz Cohn
  62. Mrs. Gustava Cohn
  63. Mr. Johann Cordes
  64. Mrs. Margit Cseroensky
  65. Miss Szerena Czinner
  66. Mr. Heinrich Dier
  67. Miss Olga Donandt
  68. Theodor Dorich
  69. Mr. Henry Dubern
  70. Mr. Heinrich Ebert
  71. Mr. Rudolf Egger
  72. Mrs. Margit Ehling
  73. Miss Malchen Ehmann
  74. Mr. Karl Engel
  75. Miss MathiIde Ferenczi
  76. Mr. Josef Fialkowski
  77. Leon Fisch
  78. Mr. Flower Mrs. Flower
  79. Miss Anna Giel
  80. Miss Janina Glazewska
  81. Mrs. Aline Goldhardt
  82. Miss Margarethe Goller
  83. Miss Marta Gretel
  84. Miss Rersin Groszmann
  85. Mr. Wilhelm Gross
  86. Mrs. Molly Gross
  87. Leopold Gross
  88. Mrs. Dora Grtinewald
  89. Mr. Josef Grun
  90. Miss Betty Gumprecht
  91. Mrs. Anna Haase
  92. Anna Haase
  93. Franz Haase
  94. Karl Haase
  95. Mr. Josef Hahn
  96. Mrs. Elise Hahn
  97. Werner Hahn
  98. Mr. Josef Hajduch
  99. Mrs. Anna Hajduch
  100. Mr. R. L. Hall
  101. Mrs. Maria Halstriek
  102. Mrs. Ida Hansen and Child
  103. Mr. William Hauser
  104. Mr. Johann Hauter
  105. Miss Anna Havlik
  106. Mr. Charles Heins
  107. Mr. Alexander Henderson
  108. Mrs. Alexander Henderson
  109. Mr. Ludwig Hickl
  110. Mr. Teophil Hinnen
  111. Mr. Johann Hinrichs
  112. Mr. Josef Hinterberger
  113. Mrs. Hermine Hohl
  114. Mr. Hans Hohl
  115. Mr. William Holtje
  116. Mrs. Toska Holtje
  117. Mr. Adolf Holz
  118. Mrs. Josefa Horstmann
  119. Mr. Antoni Houcia
  120. Miss Marie Hromas
  121. Mr. M. C. Ison
  122. Mr. Reinhard Jakob
  123. Mr. Janos Jankovics
  124. Miss Elisabetha Jung
  125. Mrs. Anna Jung
  126. Miss Magdalena Jung
  127. Mr. Janos Jung
  128. Mrs. Margit Jung
  129. Anna Jung
  130. IVlarianna Jung
  131. Eva Jung
  132. Mr. Nisse Jurditzky
  133. Mrs. Marie Kaeser
  134. Ernst Kaeser
  135. Mrs. Simke Kamenemowski
  136. Soschke Kamenemowski
  137. Mr. John A. Kane
  138. Miss Nechame Kantorowitz
  139. Mr. Morris Kaplan
  140. Mr. Meische Kaplan
  141. Miss Mere Kaplan
  142. Mr. Max Katz
  143. Mr. Max Kiss
  144. Mrs. Minni Kiss and Kind
  145. Miss Josefine Kladnik
  146. Miss Else Kleber
  147. Mr. Aron Klein
  148. Miss Elisabeth Kleja
  149. Miss Julia Klepczynska
  150. Mrs. Emma Knigge
  151. Dora Knigge
  152. Mr. Hersch Kobiicki
  153. Miss Carrie M. Koenig
  154. Miss. Emma E. Koenig
  155. Mrs. Therese Kohn
  156. Mrs. Zuzanna Kolar
  157. Miss Zuzanna Kolar
  158. Anna Kolar
  159. Mr. Karl Koller
  160. Mrs. Valeria Kolongowska
  161. Mathaus Kolongowska
  162. Mr. Max Konanz
  163. Mr. John Konigsberger
  164. Mr. Rudolf Kopecky
  165. Miss Johanna Kopecky
  166. Miss Viktoria Ktippl
  167. Miss Roza Kostyal
  168. Mr. Leon Kramer
  169. Mr. Victor Kramer
  170. Mr. Oberingenieur
  171. Friedrich Krapp
  172. Miss Rosa Kraus
  173. Miss Julia Krausz
  174. Miss Betti Krausz
  175. Mr. Robert Kruger
  176. Mrs. Ottilie Kruger and Child
  177. Mr. Ferdinand Kubinak
  178. Mr. Josef Kuhn
  179. Mr. Hersch Kupferstock
  180. Mr. Stefan Kuszczak
  181. Mr. Gottfried Lampe
  182. Mr. Nicolaus Lay
  183. Mrs. Susanna Lenhardt and Child
  184. Karl Lenhardt
  185. Miss Ursula Leu
  186. Mrs. Mary Leupold
  187. Miss Eleanore Leupold
  188. Mr. Georges Liakou
  189. Miss Jindriska Libra
  190. Miss Henny Linnemann
  191. Dr. Jacob Liokumovitsch
  192. Miss Marie Lohner
  193. Mr. Walter Luginbuhl
  194. Adolf Luginbuhl
  195. Miss Pauline Luginbuhl
  196. Mrs. Lucy Lulsdorff
  197. Miss Lora Lulsdorff
  198. Mr. G. G. Lymann
  199. Mrs. Anna Mahler
  200. Jacob Mahler
  201. Miss Johanna Maier
  202. Mr. O. A. Manseau
  203. Miss Anna Claire Marzek
  204. Mr. Ernst ter-Meer
  205. Mr. Heinr. G. C. Meyer
  206. Mr. Max Meyer
  207. Mr. David Michelsohn
  208. Mr. Stanislaus Moga
  209. Mrs. Riwke Moltschadsky
  210. Miss Lea Moltschadsky
  211. Mr. Belar Molnar
  212. Miss Albina Morava
  213. Mr. Martin Muller
  214. Mrs. Anna Muller
  215. Mr. Paul Muller
  216. Mr. Mordche Muller
  217. Mrs. Ester Muller
  218. Mr. Johann Muller
  219. Mrs. Margarethe Murmann
  220. Arvid Murmann
  221. Mr. Deszo Neustadt
  222. Mr. Friedrich Niekan
  223. Mrs. Franziska Nikl
  224. Miss Marie Nikl
  225. Mr. Franz Nikl
  226. Miss Ottilie Nothelfer
  227. Mr. Eduard Ochsner
  228. Mr. Peter Oest
  229. Miss Katharina Orlowska
  230. Miss Anna Papez
  231. Mr. Hans Peter
  232. Miss Bozena Pekar
  233. Mrs. Johanna Pimper
  234. Miss Johanna Pimper
  235. Mr. Henry Portmann
  236. Mrs. Maria Portmann
  237. Mrs. Ever Poruben
  238. Mr. Arpad Rabaczki
  239. Miss Margarethe Rademacher
  240. Mr. Karl Rejha
  241. Mrs. Pauline Rennard-Bubenza
  242. Miss Olga Richter
  243. Mr. Karl Riekmann
  244. Mrs. Carolina Riekmann
  245. Mr. Heinrich Riekmann
  246. Mrs. Minna Riekmann
  247. Mr. Abram Rosenbaum
  248. Miss Bertha Rosenthal
  249. Mr. Ignatz Roth
  250. Mr. Ilorent Rousseau
  251. Mrs. Ilorent Rousseau
  252. Miss Katharina Russakowa
  253. Miss Marie Ruth
  254. Miss Alexandra Rutkowsky
  255. Miss Ryan
  256. Mr. Max Sayer
  257. Mr. Emil John Seindt
  258. Mr. Fritz Seitz
  259. Mr. Harry Siam
  260. Mrs. Gussie Siam
  261. Mr. Michal Siarczynski
  262. Mr. Charles Sitterle
  263. Mrs. Fiore Sitterle
  264. Miss Marie Slavicek
  265. Mrs. Palne Soltesz
  266. Mr. Karl Sommerfeld
  267. Miss Margarethe Sonnen
  268. Miss Elly Sonnen
  269. Mr. Willibald Sorg
  270. Mrs. Anna Sorg
  271. Miss Gisela Sorg
  272. Irene Sorg
  273. Karoline Sorg
  274. Mrs. Katharina Spindler
  275. Miss Anna Maria Spindler
  276. Adelheide Spindler
  277. Mr. Lorenz Spindler
  278. Carl Spindler
  279. Mr. Samuel Stissmann
  280. Mary Svoboda
  281. Mr. Edward Sweeney
  282. Mrs. Edward Sweeney
  283. Mr. Stefan Szabo
  284. Mrs. Maric Szabc
  285. Miss Julie Szabo
  286. Paul Szabo
  287. Eduard Szabo
  288. Mr. Stanislaus Szurzynski
  289. Mrs. Justine Schafer
  290. Miss Anna Schatz
  291. Mr. Karl Scherzer
  292. Mr. Josef Schmerber
  293. Mr. Ludwig Schmid
  294. Mr. Friedrich Schulz
  295. Miss Chaje Schulberg
  296. Mrs. Minna Schiirz
  297. Mrs. Bertha Schwalb
  298. Miss Emilie Staffen
  299. Mr. Walter Stahelin
  300. Mr. Heinrich Stamm
  301. Mrs. Maria Stavac
  302. Vladimir Stavac
  303. Miss Henny Steube
  304. Mr. Edward Stoltz
  305. Miss Bozena Stranova
  306. Miss Pelagie Strozynska
  307. Mr. Paul Teichgraber
  308. Mrs. Pittis A. Templeton
  309. Mr. M. C. Thomas
  310. Mrs. Pauline Thost
  311. Miss Ella Thost
  312. Miss Albine Th6ne
  313. Mr. Frantisek Tichy
  314. Mrs. Julia Toth
  315. Miss Therese Traudt
  316. Miss Clara Tremmel
  317. Rev. Leonard Trompeter
  318. Miss Cecilie Trompeter
  319. Mrs. Katharina Umstadt
  320. Miss Katharina Umstadt
  321. Mr. Josef Urban
  322. Miss Anna Viktoria
  323. Mrs. Elise Vorderwinkler
  324. Wilhelm Vorderwinkler
  325. Marie Vorderwinkler
  326. Miss Rachela Waldmann
  327. Miss Florence E. Ward
  328. Mr. William H. Waugh
  329. Mrs. Queen L. Waugh
  330. William H. Waugh
  331. Mr. W. K. Weaber
  332. Mrs. Webb
  333. Miss Milli Weber
  334. Mr. Filipp Weber
  335. Mrs. Elisabetha Weber
  336. Filipp Weber
  337. Miss Claire C. Weil
  338. Mr. Jacob B. Weissmann
  339. Mrs. Hanna Weissmann
  340. Mr. Richard Wetzel
  341. Miss Marie Wicha
  342. Mrs. Regina Wiener
  343. Josefine Wiener
  344. Mrs. Helena Wilczynska
  345. Marianna Wilczynska
  346. Mr. Polizeirat
  347. Hermann Willimek
  348. Mrs. Adda Willimek
  349. Mrs. Rebeca A. Wilson
  350. Rt. Rev. Pralat Francis Winter
  351. Mrs. Bertha Wolff
  352. Ida Wolff
  353. Ludwig Wolff
  354. Miss Helena Wronska
  355. Mr. Schloirne Zebrowicz
  356. Mr. Ferd. Zecha
  357. Mr. Peter Zeides
  358. Miss Elisabeth Zimpel
  359. Mrs. Maria Zarb
  360. Hans Zarb
  361. Karl Zarb
  362. Ernst Zorb
  363. Mr. Gerhard Zowe
  364. Mr. Semion Zuk

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Miss Anneliese Dugend
  2. Mr. Franz Hagenmuller
  3. Mrs. Franz Hagenmiiller
  4. Mr. Bernhard Kutsche
  5. Miss Nellie Lloyd
  6. Mr. William E. Mc Gee
  7. Mrs. Jane Mc Gee
  8. Mr. Paul Schmitz

Information For Passengers

Traffic Office
At this office on board Passengers are furnished with information regarding travel in general.

The TRAFFIC Office is open: for First Cabin Passengers from 10 a. m. to 12 noon
and " 4 p. m. " 6 p. m.

The official of the Traffic Office will hold himself at the disposal of the Second Cabin Passengers from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. and " 3 p. m. " 4 p. m. in the Second Class Smoking Room.

Deck chairs and Travelling rugs

Deck Chairs of the O. C. C. can be hired of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Kayiten-Abteilung, its principal agents, or on board. The charge for each chair for the voyage to New York is s 1 = sh 4 = Marks 4 = Frs. 5.

TRAVELLING Rugs can be hired of the Deck stewards at a charge of s 1 = sh 4 = Marks 4 = Frs. 5 each for the voyage.

A guarantee that the rug has been chemically cleaned and not since used is only implied when it is taken out of its sealed paper wrapper in the presence of the hirer.
Information for Cabin Passengers.

The object of the following rules being to provide for the comfort and, safety of Passengers, their strict observance is urgently requested.

Passengers are requested to comply with the orders of the Captain and/or his officers who are responsible for both the safety of the ship and Passengers and the comfort and order on board.

Meals. First Saloon Passengers are served in the large Dining Room.
Breakfast from 7.30 a. m. to 10 a. m., Lunch from 12 noon to 2 p. m., Dinner from 6 p. m. to 8.30 p. m.

Meals are served a la carte at any time during the above mentioned hours at small tables for 2-4, 5, 6-8 persons. Besides this, a fixed menu is served both at lunch and at dinner. Any particular wishes with regard to special dishes will be satisfied so far as circumstances permit. Passengers are requested to apply to the Chief Steward in this respect.

Children are served in the Childrens' Dining Room. Breakfast 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., Lunch at 12 noon, Dinner at 6 p. m.

Servants, not attending the children, are served in the Childrens' Dining Room. Breakfast from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., Lunch at 1 p. m., Dinner at 7 p. m.
Tables, as well as seats, may be reserved beforehand upon application to the Chief Steward.

Meals are not served in the cabin or on deck, unless the passenger is prevented through sickness from coming to the Dining Room.

A good selection of various drinks at moderate prices is carried on board. Drinks brought on board by the Passengers will not be served in the Dining Room.
The Dining Room is closed after 11 p. m.

The Reading and Social Rooms are opened to the Passengers until 11.30 p. m. The Vienna Cafés and Smoking Room are closed at midnight, the bars at 11.45 p. m.
Baggage: Only small parcels and hand baggage in limited quantity may be taken into the staterooms. Trunks and other bulky articles must be stored in the baggage-room, to which Passengers have daily access if accompanied by an officer or the baggage master.

Money, valuables, documents etc., duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, may be handed to the Purser for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The Purser will give a receipt on demand. On the steamers "Kaiser Wilhelm der Grosse", "Kronprinz Wilhelm", "Kaiser Wilhelm II.", "Kronprinzessin Cecilie", "George Washington" and "Prinz Friedrich Wilhelm" cabin Passengers may place their valuables in safes which are placed at their disposal against payment of $ 1.— =- Marks 4.—.
Library: There is a library on board at the disposal of the First and Second cabin Passengers. A list of the books will be found in the Saloons.

Bath-Rooms: Passengers wishing to make use of the bath-rooms are requested to write their names and the hour of bathing upon the list in the antechamber to the bath-rooms.

Doctor. A duly qualified Doctor is on board who will attend, free of charge, to Passengers falling sick during the voyage. However, the physician is entitled to ask for his fee from those First cabin Passengers who come on board ill.

Barber and Ladies Hair Dresser. A fixed tariff is to be consulted in the Barber's room. A similar tariff is to be found in the Ladies' Hair' Hair Dressing Saloon.
CIGARS, Cigarettes and PLAYING Cards are obtainable in the Smoking Room at fixed prices.

Smoking is permitted only in the Smoking-rooms and on deck. It is strictly prohibited below deck, in the saloons or in the state-rooms.

Correspondence. Telegrams and cables to be despatched from the ports of call are to be handed to the Purser. Wireless messages are to be given in at the special wireless telegraph office on board ship.

Letters and post cards may be posted at any of the letter boxes on board. The time of collection is indicated on the boxes.

The UNIVERSAL Postal Union Regulations apply to the mail posted on board.
20 Pf. German stamp for letters on steamers sailing

10 Pf. German stamp for postal cards f towards America. 5 Cts. U. S. A. postal stamp for letters Il on steamers sailing
2 Cts. U. S. A. postal stamp for towards Europe.

postal cards
Postal stamps are obtainable either at the Post Office on board or from the stewards in the Smoking and Writing Rooms.

The Chief Steward is charged with the distribution of incoming post. Parcels are delivered either by the Baggage Master or by the sea-post officials.

In their own interest, Passengers should call upon the Chief Steward before leaving the steamer both to enquire whether any correspondence is awaiting them and to leave their address for later despatches.

Letters and telegrams may be directed in c o any of the company's agents.

Deck WIND SHELTERS. Special attention is called to the Wind shelters provided on the upper Promenade Deck of the ExpresS Steamers, enabling Passengers to remain comfortably on deck even in severe weather. This new invention is patented in all countries.

PASTIMES and Games are provided on board.

Deck Chairs and TRAVELLING Rugs: see page 19.

Service. Passengers are requested in their own interest, to submit any complaints they may have to make to the captain at the time of his daily round.

Change of Cabins. Passengers desiring to change their Cabins during the voyage are requested to apply to the Purser, who has charge of the vacant accommodation.
Wireless Telegraphy on Board

The Wireless Telegraph station on board this steamer is in daily touch with all parts of the World, either through the Coast Stations direct, or indirectly through the medium of passing steamers. The names of the Coast Stations, as well as those of the steamers with which connection is expected during the day, are made known to Passengers by means of notices posted up in various parts of the ship.

Besides ordinary wireless messages, so-called "ocean letters" can be sent from the ship at comparatively low rates. The message is transmitted by wireless telegraphy to a steamer sailing in the opposite direction, taken by it to its next port of call and thence forwarded to the addressee by post.

Such letter-telegrams cannot be transmitted To Passengers.

All particulars respecting modes of transmission, duration, tariff, etc. can be obtained on application at the station on board.

All enquiries, complaints, etc. must be addressed to the German Wireless Telegraphy Co. Ltd., Tempelhofer Ufer 9, Berlin SW 61, which is entrusted with the Wireless Telegraphy Service on all the ships of the North German Lloyd. The Norddeutscher Lloyd assumes no responsibility whatever in respect of the Wireless Telegraphy Service.

It may be added that the following Companies accept wireless messages for transmission, and also supply particulars on application :

Paris, Cie. Francaise Maritime et Coloniale de Telegraphie sans Fil, 34 Boulevard des Capucines,

London W. C., Marconi International Marine Communication Ltd., Watergate House, York Buildings, Adelphi.

Rome, Compagnia Internationale Marconi per le Communicazione Marittime, Corso Vittorio Emanuele 317.

BRUSSELS, Compagnie de Telegraphie sans Fil, 19 Rue du Champ de Mars.
Moreover, wireless messages to all steamers appearing in the International List of Wireless Telegraph Stations are accepted for transmission at all Telegraph Offices in the German Empire as well as in other countries.

General CONDITIONS

Packing and Marking of Baggage. The baggage of Passengers must contain only their personal effects (linen, clothing, etc.). Household goods, etc. are not regarded as baggage and are liable to be shipped as merchandise. All baggage for shipment should be recognizable as such and must be labelled with the Company's steamer labels properly filled in. It should also be marked "Cabin" or "Hold", as the case may be.

The necessary printed labels will be supplied to Passengers by the Company or their Agents upon application.

Liability of the Norddeutscher Lloyd. The Company will only be liable for damage to, delay in delivery, or loss of baggage carried in the baggage room of the ship, and than only provided such damage delay or loss is occasioned by the fault of the Company. In any case the Company will not be responsible beyond the following sums

• 20.-- per package in case of a first Class passenger,
• 10.— per package in case of a second Class passenger,
• 5.— per package in case of a third Class passenger,

unless a higher value has been declared before or at the time of the issue of the passage contract, or before or on delivery of the luggage to the Company, and provided that the special charge of one per cent upon the excess df value so declared has been paid.

Claims for lost, damaged or delayed baggage must be made during the voyage to the Captain of the steamer, or to the Norddeutscher Lloyd or its representatives immediately after the arrival of the steamer and before possession is taken of the baggage. Unless this be done, no claim can be entertained.

Baggage must not contain Merchandise, money bonds, jewels, valuables or works of art, and the Norddeutscher Lloyd declares itself free of all liability in respect of such articles. Valuables should be handed over to the Purser of the ship for safe keeping during the voyage.

Wine, Beer, or Spirits must not be taken on board by Passengers, as they may be obtained on board at tariff prices.

It is strictly prohibited to bring on board explosives, or goods of a .dangerous or damaging nature, and Passengers contravening this will be made responsible for all damage, and may be legally proceeded against.

For Cabin Hand Baggage and articles which remain during the voyage in the care and custody of the Passengers, as well as for baggage not labelled with the Company's steamer labels properly filled in by the Passengers themselves, the Norddeutscher Lloyd disclaims all responsibility.

PARTICULAR CONDITIONS

All cabin Passengers (also children, paying half fare) can demand free forwarding of
their hand baggage and one cabin trunk or other piece of baggage of similar size. The cabin trunks must not exceed the stipulated measurement of about 1 meter in length, 60 cm in breadth and 40 cm in depth. For any further baggage (not weeding 1/2 cbm measurement and 75 kg weight) a charge is made of:

1) Mk. 4.— = Frcs. 5.— = $ 1.— = 4/— per package from Bremen, Southampton, Plymouth, Cherbourg or Boulogue s/m. to New York, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Galveston and Cuba or vice versa;

2) Mk. 12.— = Frcs. 15.— = $ 3.— for each package despatched from Paris via Cherbourg to Mew York or vice versa;

Mk. 8.— = Frcs. 10. = $ 2.— = 8/— for each package from Paris via Boulogne s/m. to New York or vice versa.

Railway freight from Paris to Cherbourg or Boulogne s/m. will be charged for such- hand baggage as cannot be taken into the passenger-cars.;

3) Mk. 8.— = Frcs. 10.— = $ 2.— = 8/— for each package despatched from London via Southampton to New York, or from New York via Plymouth to London;

4) Mk. 2.— = Frcs. 2.50 = $ 0.50 = 2/— for each package despatched between European ports.

The respective charges include the Railway carriage from or to Bremen, Paris and London by the Worddeutscher Lloyd as well as the loading expenses and the premium for sea insurance of the package to the amount of Mk. 400.— = Frcs. 500.— = $ 100. — -=- X 20. —

If the above-mentioned measurement or weight limit is exceeded, the freight will be double or treble &c. as the case may be
Crated Bicycles.' Mk. 10.— = Frcs. 12.50 = $ 2.50 = 10/— each will be charged between transatlantic ports and Mk. 3.— = Frcs. 3.75 = 3/— between Europeen ports.

Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit.

The increasing popularity of these arrangements has led the Norddeutscher Lloyd considerably to extend the system.

Intending Passengers have now the following at their disposal according to the starting point or destination of their journey:

INTERNATIONALE REISESCHECKS, in MARKS (in denominations of ,./6 50, 100 and 200), issued in Germany.

Travellers' Checks, in DOLLARS (in denomi-
nations of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200) issued
in the United States.

MANDATS DE Voyage, in FRANCS (in denominations of Frs. 50, 100 and 200) issued in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Italy and other countries of the Latin Union.

CIRCULAR NOTES, in c STERLING (in denominations
of 5, 10 and 20) issued in all the countries
of the world.

All of these can be cashed without deduction at any of the 5000 offices mentioned in the list of correspondents.

Letters of CREDIT will be issued for such amounts as may be desired, payment of which will be made by any agent of the Norddeutscher Lloyd.

Further information will be willingly supplied on application to the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Central-Abteilung, Bremen or to any agent of the Company.

Warning against professional Gamblers

The North German Lloyd desires to call the attention of the travelling public to the fact that certain persons, believed to be professional gamblers, are in the habit of travelling to and fro in transatlantic steamships.

The North German Lloyd, while not wishing to interfere in the slightest degree with the freedom of action of the patrons of its Line, invites their assistance in discouraging games of chance as being likely to afford these individuals special opportunities to take unfair advantage of others.

Twin-screw Salon mail steamer "George Washington".

Description: Built at the shipyard of "Vulcan shipyard," Stettin. Gestelit into service on 12 June 1909. Twin-screw steam ship. 220.2 m long ship. Width of 23.78 m. Depth of 24.38 m. Depth 12,47 m. Tonnage, about 25 570 Br RT water Chandran laid approximately 46 000 T. machinery with 21 000 ind. PS Average speed 18.5 knots an hour.

  • Some Early double bottom, hydraulic device Scots Schue 3-Lloyd - Stone - system. Submarine bell signals;
  • wireless telegraphy;
  • Imperial rooms (three rooms with bath);
  • State rooms (two rooms with bath);
  • Lounge room (with bathroom);
  • luxurious main dining rooms Society 550 square meters;
  • Company Salon 336 sqm in size with dome-shaped glass dome;
  • Children play and dining room;
  • Smoking room with an open porch;
  • Gymnasium, a large playground;
  • library;
  • Electric. Passenger elevator;
  • protected decks (Promenade deck through glass windows against wind and weather geschtitzt);
  • Patented wind protection devices;
  • Electric. Light baths, hot and cold surgeonfish;
  • Physician and pharmacy;
  • Barber and hairdresser
  • All cabins are exceptionally large ;
  • almost all the beds are not first class above the other, but at ground level
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