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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. George Washington, 21 September 1912

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. George Washington of the North German Lloyd, Departing 21 September 1912 from Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Ch. Polack.

List of Cabin Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. George Washington

Captain Ch. Polack

From Bremen to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg
Saturday, 21 September 1912

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain Ch. Polack
  2. First Officer R. Wurpts
  3. Second Officer W Drechsel
  4. Second Officer W Oelrichs
  5. Second Officer O. Brinkmann
  6. Third Officer E Schmitz
  7. Fourth Officer F Woerdemann
  8. Fourth officer E. Eyring
  9. Physician Dr Starke
  10. Physician Dr. Filser
  11. Chief engineer D Lampe
  12. First engineer E. Assmann
  13. Paymaster H Ahlers
  14. Purser Th. Schroder
  15. Purser W. Thiele
  16. Chief Steward O Caesar
  17. Second Steward Second Class O. Larson
  18. Second Steward SecondClass M. Oesterheld
  19. Second Steward SecondClass K Arnold
  20. Second Steward SecondClass L Huck
  21. Second Steward SecondClass J. Westendorf
  22. Second Steward Third Class J. Böttjer
  23. Chief Cook M Rolle
  24. Baggage Master H. Helmers
  25. Wireless telegraphy Telegraph Operator: H. Reese
  26. Traffic and Information Bureau Official: Ch. Seghorn

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

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. J. E. Adriance
  2. Mrs. J. E. Adriance
  3. Miss Marg. Adriance
  4. Mr. Allison Armour
  5. Mrs. L. N. Asiel
  6. Miss Estelle Asiel
  7. Miss Dr. Iftrtha Baelz
  8. Miss Georgine Bailin
  9. Miss C. S. Barnes
  10. Mrs. J. D. Bedle
  11. Miss Josephine Bedle
  12. Mrs. J. Bernheim
  13. L. Bernheim
  14. Mr. Fritz von Bernuth
  15. Mr. Herbert D. Betts
  16. Mr. C. J. F. Beue
  17. Mrs. Pauline S. Biers
  18. Miss Elizabeth Biers
  19. Miss Katherine Biers and Teacher
  20. Mr. George Biddle
  21. Mr. H. C. Bigelow
  22. Mrs. H. C. Bigelow
  23. Mr. Fred. Block
  24. Mrs. Fred. Block
  25. Miss H. Blumenthal
  26. Mrs. Anna Bockstover
  27. Mrs. Jennie Boerner
  28. Mrs. A. M. Bowers
  29. Mr. Prof. Ludwig Breitner
  30. Mrs. Frederik Bronson and Servant
  31. Miss Mary C. Brooks and Servant
  32. Mrs. M. Brower
  33. Mrs. D. W. Buttles
  34. Mr. Clemens Caesar
  35. Miss Campbell and Servant
  36. Mr. Ford R. Carter
  37. Mrs. Ford R. Carter
  38. Mrs. Mary Cartwright
  39. Mrs. K. H. Chesnut
  40. Mr. D. H. Cochran
  41. Mrs. D. H Cochran
  42. Miss Phyllis Cochran
  43. Mr. G. Bond. Cochran
  44. Mr. Chas. Cohen
  45. Mrs. Chas. Cohen
  46. Mr. William H. Cook
  47. Mr. Geo Coombs
  48. Mr. F. C. Coppicus
  49. Mrs. F. B. Coppicus with Child and Servant
  50. Mr. Frank Cramer
  51. Mrs. C. Vanderbilt Cross
  52. Mr. Wm. B. Crisp
  53. Mrs. Wm. B. Crisp
  54. Mr. H. L. Cummings
  55. Mrs. H. L. Cummings
  56. Mr. Henry P. Curtis
  57. Dr. Judson Daland
  58. Mr. Horace Holley DaII
  59. Mr. Eugene H. Danziger
  60. Mrs. Edmund Davis and Servant
  61. Mr. M. J. Dodge
  62. Mrs. M. J. Dodge
  63. Miss Josephine Dodge and Servant
  64. Mr. Walter J. Douglas
  65. Mr. Oscar Dressler
  66. Mrs. Oscar Dressler
  67. Miss Marguerite L. Dressler
  68. Mr. Eduard Dreyfus
  69. Miss Aline Dreyfus
  70. Mr. H. J. Dutton Jr.
  71. Mrs. J. H. Eckstein
  72. Mr. William Ehlers
  73. Mrs. William Ehlers
  74. Mr. Edmund Eitel
  75. Mrs. Edmund Eitel
  76. Miss Edith Emmons
  77. Mr. Carl v. Engelbrecht
  78. Mr. Elias W. Lewin Epstein
  79. Mrs. Judith Lewin Epstein
  80. Mrs. Marg. Evans
  81. Miss Marina Ewald
  82. Mrs. Frieda Faehrmann
  83. Miss Emmie Faehrmann
  84. Miss Else Faehrmann
  85. Mrs. B. Fellmann
  86. Miss Lilie Fellmann
  87. Mr. E. Felsenheld
  88. Mrs. E. Felsenheld and Servant
  89. Miss Anita Felsenheld
  90. Mr. A. Fientuch
  91. Mrs. A. Fientuch
  92. Miss Fientuch
  93. Mrs. Albert Flake
  94. Miss Helen M. Flake
  95. Miss Agnes Flehinghaus
  96. Mr. Mayer Fleischer
  97. Mrs. Mayer Fleischer
  98. Mr. Samuel Frank
  99. Mr. Louis Frei
  100. Mrs. Louis Frei
  101. Mrs. Samuel Friedmann
  102. Miss Majorie B. Friedmann and Servant
  103. Mr. Major L. M. Fuller
  104. Dr. Ludwig Treitelrstenberg
  105. Miss Florence B. Galland
  106. Mrs. R. D. Garden and Servant
  107. Mr. Richard Garvey
  108. Mrs. W. D. Godfrey
  109. Mr. M. Goldsmith
  110. Mrs. M. Goldsmith
  111. Mr. Herbert Goldsmith
  112. Mrs. A. Goldstein
  113. Mr. E. Gottschalk
  114. Mrs. E. Gottschalk
  115. Marion Gottschalk
  116. Mr. Wilh. Graf
  117. Mrs. Wilh. Graf
  118. The Hon. Edw. Gray
  119. Mrs. Edw. Gray
  120. Miss B. P. Gray
  121. Miss F. O. Grunewald
  122. Dr. J. D. Guffith
  123. Mrs. Dr. J. D. Guffith
  124. Mrs. Elise Guye
  125. Mr. Edouard de Habich
  126. Mrs. Edouard de Habich
  127. Mr. Arthur Halmi
  128. Mrs. Arthur Halmi
  129. Miss Bessie Hamburger
  130. Miss Hattie Hamburger
  131. Mr. Ph. Hamburger
  132. Dr. Frank Hartley
  133. Mrs. Dr. Frank Hartley
  134. Miss Eleanor Hastings
  135. Miss Fanny de Groot Hastings
  136. Miss Caroline Heathfield
  137. Dr. M. L. Heidingsfeld
  138. Mrs. Emilie Heine
  139. Miss Frieda Heine and Servant
  140. Miss Emilie Heine
  141. Mr. Emil Heller
  142. Mrs. Emil Heller
  143. Mr. Anton Henggeler
  144. Mr. John D. Herklotz
  145. Mrs. John D. Herklotz
  146. Mrs. E. Hesslein
  147. Mr. Dietrich Hillmann
  148. Mrs. Dorothea Hillmann
  149. William Hillmann
  150. Dorothy Hillmann
  151. Mr. Sam. Hirsch
  152. Mrs. Sam. Hirsch
  153. Mr. M. Hirschler
  154. Miss Celia Hirschler
  155. Dr. Hans Hirschy
  156. Mr. Alfred Hirschy
  157. Mr. Paul Hoffmann
  158. Mrs. Howard Hogan
  159. Mr. Julius Holtz
  160. Mrs. Collis P. Huntington and Servant
  161. Rear Admiral George E. Ide
  162. Mr. John Jay Ide
  163. Mrs. George E. Ide
  164. Dr. Henry Barton Jacobs and Servant
  165. Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs and Servant
  166. Mrs. Lydia Jacoby
  167. Miss Clara Jeffers
  168. Dr. F. H. Jenckes
  169. Miss Jessie Jenks
  170. Mr. E. Josephi
  171. Mrs. E. Josephi
  172. Miss Florence Josephi
  173. Mr. William Josy
  174. Mrs. M. Kahn
  175. Miss Elsa Kahn
  176. Mr. E. A. Karelsen
  177. Mrs. E. A. Karelsen
  178. Miss Asdhik Kavoukgian
  179. Dr. J. Kaufmann
  180. Mrs. John H. Kemp
  181. Mrs. Pauline Kingstone
  182. Miss Henny Kirschbaum
  183. Mr. Adolf Klein
  184. Mrs. Adolf Klein
  185. Mr. J. Klenert
  186. Mr. Ludwig Knust
  187. Mr. R. A. Koehler
  188. Mrs. R. A. Koehler
  189. Mr. Julius Koehler
  190. Miss Hettie Koethe
  191. Mr. Otto Kohler
  192. Mrs. Otto Kohler
  193. Mr. Heinr. Koppers
  194. Mrs. Heinr. Koppers
  195. Mr. F. G. Kretschner
  196. Mrs. Kretschner
  197. Mr. Abe Kuh
  198. Mrs. Abe Kuh
  199. Mr. Lucien Lacombe
  200. Mr. E. Lagemann
  201. Mrs. M. R. Lamar
  202. Dr. Edgar Landauer
  203. Mr. Ernst Lein
  204. Mr. Alb. A. Levi
  205. Mrs. Alb. A. Levi
  206. Miss J. Lockhart
  207. Mr. Michael S. Loeb
  208. Mrs. Michael S. Loeb
  209. Mr. B. Lowenstein
  210. Mrs. B. Lowenstein
  211. Miss Mary Francis Lowenstein
  212. Mr. William M. Manly
  213. Mrs. William M. Manly and Servant
  214. Miss Mary M. Manly
  215. Master William K. Manly and Gouvernante
  216. Mr. Oberst Seymour Mandelbaum
  217. Mrs. Oberst Seymour Mandelbaum and Servant
  218. Mr. E. Middleton Manigault
  219. Mr. Ernst L. Manning
  220. Mrs. F. Manning
  221. Miss Dr. Angeline Martine
  222. Dr. Geo. Paull Marquis
  223. Mrs. Geo. Paull Marquis and Servant
  224. Miss Anna Marquis
  225. Mr. Max Marx
  226. Mrs. Max Marx
  227. Mr. Julian Marx
  228. Miss Marg. E. Maxwell
  229. Mr. P. H. May, His Excellency Belgian Minister of Mexico
  230. Mrs. P. H. May
  231. Alberic May and Teacher
  232. Francoise May and Servant
  233. Miss Fanny Mayer and Servant
  234. Mrs. Felix Meyer
  235. Anita Meyer
  236. Harriet B. Meyer
  237. Mr. Arthur Meyer
  238. Mrs. S. Herman Meyers
  239. Dr. Otto Michael
  240. Mr. J. L. Mc Milian
  241. Miss Marg. Milrre
  242. Mr. Moore
  243. Mr. W. A. Morschhauser
  244. Mrs. W. A. Morschhauser
  245. Miss Hellen G. Moses
  246. Miss Elisabeth Muller
  247. Miss Margarete Muller
  248. Mr. Carl Muller
  249. Miss Mary Munchhoff
  250. Mr. S. Nauheim
  251. Mrs. S. Nauheim
  252. Miss P. Nauheim
  253. Mr. E. Virgil Neal
  254. Mrs. E. Virgil Neal and Servant
  255. Miss Anna Neubauer
  256. Mr. Gabriel F. Neuburger
  257. Prof. Dr. Wm. Romaine Newbold
  258. Mrs. Wm. Romaine Newbold
  259. Mrs. Hedwig Newman
  260. Mr. Aug. Oppenheimer
  261. Mrs. Aug. Oppenheimer
  262. Miss Helen Oppenheimer
  263. Miss Elanie Eliot Orr
  264. Miss Grace Alexis Orr
  265. Miss Constance de Forest Orr
  266. Miss M. Antoine Orr
  267. Mrs. Mary Pape
  268. Mr. S. L. Parsons
  269. Mr. Morris Pfaelzer
  270. Mrs. Morris Pfaelzer
  271. Mrs. Johanna Poggenburg
  272. Mr. Theodor Poppe
  273. Mrs. Gretchen Poppe and Servant
  274. Ilse Poppe
  275. Mr. D. H. Posner
  276. Mrs. Julius E. Prior
  277. Mr. Albert Pryibil
  278. Mrs. Albert Pryibil
  279. Mr. Paul Pryibil
  280. Miss Gerthe Sessler-Raab
  281. Mrs. Alfred M. Rau
  282. Mr. Geo. R. Read
  283. Mrs. Geo. R. Read and Servant
  284. Mr. Paul Rie
  285. Mrs. Paul Rie
  286. Mrs. Adele Riesenberg
  287. Miss Serena Robbins and Servant
  288. Mr. J. T. Romey
  289. Mrs. J. T. Romey
  290. Miss D. M. Rorer
  291. Mrs. H. W. Rosenbaum
  292. Miss L. Rosenbaum
  293. Mrs. A. Rosenfeld
  294. Mr. Louis Rothstein
  295. Mrs. George Rowland
  296. Miss Herta Rubens
  297. Mr. R. A. de Russy
  298. Miss E. W. de Russy
  299. Mr. Edward Sachs
  300. Mr. T. Saks
  301. Mrs. T. Saks
  302. Herrn Barton Sewell
  303. Mrs. Barton Sewell
  304. Mr. Arturo Sibaldi
  305. Mr. Otto Singer
  306. Mrs. S. E. Smith
  307. Miss Fanny Smith
  308. Mr. Julius Sondheimer
  309. Mr. E. Summerfield
  310. Mrs. E. Summerfield and Servant
  311. Dr. Max Schapiro
  312. Mr. Hermann Scharmann
  313. Mr. Rud. Scherer
  314. Miss Celia Schiller
  315. Mr. Louis Schloss
  316. Mr. Simon Schloss
  317. Mr. Max Schloss
  318. Mr. Julius Schloss
  319. Mr. Ernst Schmeisser
  320. Mr. Edw. Schmidt
  321. Mrs. Edw. Schmidt and Servant
  322. Miss Helen M. Schmidt
  323. Mr. Adam Schulz
  324. Mrs. Adam Schulz
  325. Miss Elizabeth Schulz
  326. Miss Frieda Schumacher
  327. Mr. Hugo Schumann
  328. Mr. George Schwarzenbach
  329. Mr. John R. Schweizer
  330. Mrs. W. M. Schwenker
  331. Miss Elsa Schwenker and Servant
  332. Mrs. Ashton Starke
  333. Mr. Rev. John A. Staunton
  334. Frl. Dr. Florence I. Staunton
  335. Mrs. Herman Stein
  336. Mr. Morris Stern
  337. Mr. C. von Sternberg
  338. Mr. Rob. Ralston Stewart and Servant
  339. Mr. Charles C. Stockelberg
  340. Mr. Karl Stohr
  341. Mr. Musikdirektor Leopold Stokowski
  342. Mrs. Musikdirektor Leopold Stokowski and Servant
  343. Mr. F. A. Straus
  344. Mrs. F. A. Straus
  345. Mr. William H. Stuart
  346. Mr. S. R. Taber
  347. Mrs. S. R. Taber
  348. Mr. Arthur Taber
  349. Fraurein Lydia R. Taber
  350. Mrs. Ernst Thalmann and Servant
  351. Mr. Paul Thalmann
  352. Mr. Hans Thiermann
  353. Mr. L. A. Thornton
  354. Mrs. L. A. Thornton
  355. Miss Jane Thornton
  356. Mr. Joseph Triner
  357. Mr. Sigmund Ullmann
  358. Mrs. Sigmund Ullmann
  359. Miss B. Vandergrift
  360. Baron Enrico Castelli di Villanova
  361. Baronin Enrico Castelli di Villanova with Child and Servant
  362. Mr. Emmanuel Wad
  363. Mr. Rev. N. M. Wagner
  364. Miss Emmy Wahrmund
  365. Mrs. Isaac Wallach
  366. Miss Alma F. Wallach and Servant
  367. Mrs. Antonie Wallack
  368. Mr. W. B. Ward Jr.
  369. Mr. L. Weiskopf
  370. Mrs. L. Weiskopf
  371. Mrs. L. E. Wells and Servant
  372. Mr. Sol. Wertheim
  373. Mrs. Sol. Wertheim
  374. Miss Judith Wertheim
  375. Miss Gladys Wertheim and Servant
  376. Mr. Henry Wetzel
  377. Mrs. Henry Wetzel
  378. Mr. W. M. Wheeler
  379. Mrs. W. M. Wheeler
  380. The Hon. Hy. White
  381. Mrs. Hy. White and Servant
  382. Mr. John Campbell White
  383. Mr. Emil Winter
  384. Mrs. Emil Winter and Servant
  385. Sister Ella Wollenweber
  386. Mr. Morris Wolf
  387. Mrs. Morris Wolf
  388. Mr. Graham Wood
  389. Mrs. Graham Wood
  390. Mr. D. J. Woodward
  391. Mrs. D. J. Woodward
  392. Mrs. Henry Wortham
  393. Mrs. J. V. D. Wright
  394. Mrs. J. G. R. Wright
  395. Mr. David Yondorf
  396. Mrs. David Yondorf

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Mr. Henry Bisson
  2. Mr. Frederic Hefti
  3. Mrs. Frederic Hefti and Child
  4. Mr. W. E. Hyder
  5. Mr. Bernhard Jung
  6. Mrs. Bernhard Jung
  7. Miss Jung
  8. Mr. Sanitatsrat
  9. Ernst Kirchhoff
  10. Dr. Otto Kruger
  11. Mr. Arthur Lee
  12. Mrs. Arthur Lee and Servant
  13. Mr. C. E. Melchers
  14. Miss Amory Melchers
  15. Miss Dorothee Melchers
  16. Mr. Oberburgermeister
  17. Dr. Max von Mulberger with Mrs. Mulberger and Daughter
  18. Dr. Volkert Pfaff
  19. Mrs. Dr. Volkert Pfaff
  20. Mr. G. H. Powell
  21. Mr. Ernst Ribbert
  22. Mrs. Ernst Ribbert
  23. Mr. W. H. Robinson
  24. Mr. von Wiegand

From Bremen To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Chief Engineer Bruckhoff
  2. Mr. Ing. Rich. Kohn
  3. Mr. Henri W. Price

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. Hermann Ahrens
  2. Mrs. Anna Ahrens
  3. Miss Marie Ahrens
  4. Sister Alfredine
  5. Mr. Franz Altrichter
  6. Mrs. Johanna Altrichter
  7. Mrs. Rosa Almendinger
  8. Mr. Johannes Amen
  9. Mrs. Anna Aniz
  10. Mr. Franz Aniz
  11. Miss A. Apfelbaum
  12. Mr. Henry Arnold
  13. Mrs. Henry Arnold
  14. Mr. Karl Arnold
  15. Mrs. Alene Auerbach
  16. Mrs. Clara Auerbach
  17. Erwin Auerbach
  18. Helene Auerbach
  19. Jenny Auerbach
  20. Johanne Auerbach
  21. Mrs. Euphrosine Bader
  22. Mr. Karl Bader
  23. Mrs. Martha Baldesberger
  24. Miss Elisabeth Barbrake
  25. Mr. Plato Barleben
  26. Mr. Karl Barleben
  27. Mrs. Getrude Barleben
  28. Karl Barleben
  29. Miss Luise Bandt
  30. Mrs. Sofie Bechtluft
  31. Mr. Henry Behlmer
  32. Mrs. Frieda Behlmer
  33. Margarethe Behlmer
  34. Mrs. Emma von Bergen
  35. Mr. Juda Bialek
  36. Mr. Adolf Bialek
  37. Miss Gertrud Bierer
  38. Mr. Louis H. Blendermann
  39. Mrs. Anna Blendermann
  40. Miss Sofie Blode
  41. Miss Anna Bloemendal
  42. Miss Grace Bobbe
  43. George Bobbe
  44. Louise Boehm
  45. Mr. Ernest Boirot
  46. Miss Adele Bollmeyer
  47. Miss Louise Borcherding
  48. Mrs. Elizabeth Bornemann
  49. Mr. Walter Borstelmann
  50. Miss Emilie Bosenink
  51. Miss Clara Bossert
  52. Miss Clara Bredel
  53. Mr. H. G. Bridges
  54. Mrs. Emilie Brodbeck
  55. Mrs. Sophie Brodbeck
  56. Mr. William Bruchfeld
  57. Mrs. Katherine Brucker
  58. Miss Margaret Bucher
  59. Miss Luise Bucher
  60. Mr. Friedrich Buddenbaum
  61. Mr. Fritz Buse
  62. Miss Mimi Buse
  63. Mrs. Franziska Cafourek
  64. Katharina Cafourek
  65. Mr. Jacob Cechanowsky
  66. Mr. Josef Chabr
  67. Mrs. Ruzena Cizek
  68. Mrs. Marie Cizek and Child
  69. Blanka Cizek
  70. Mr. Daniel C. Clarke
  71. Miss Paula de Cock
  72. Mr. Fred. Cordes
  73. Miss Marie Cordes
  74. Mr. Eben Shorey Corson
  75. Mr. William Deckert
  76. Mrs. Mary Deckert
  77. Doris Deckert
  78. Miss Luise Dickhoff
  79. Miss Johanne Dieckmann
  80. Mr. Josef Dlugosch
  81. Mr. Franz Doll
  82. Miss Sophie Durels
  83. Mr. Louis Eder
  84. Dr. Fritz Egger
  85. Mrs. Ida Ehlert
  86. Miss Anna Eichler
  87. Mrs. Bertha Emmeriing
  88. Miss Anna Engelmeier
  89. Miss Marie Engelen
  90. Miss Elisabeth Entrup
  91. Mr. William Eppensteiner
  92. Mrs. William Eppensteiner
  93. Mr. Richard Feil
  94. Mrs. Thea Feil
  95. Miss Anna Feirier
  96. Miss Mathilde Fessner
  97. Mrs. Katharine Fluegel
  98. Arthur Fluegel
  99. Mr. Oldrich Foucek
  100. Mr. Wilhelm Frahme
  101. Mrs. Frances Galla
  102. Mr. William Gallacher
  103. Mr. Frank Gass
  104. Hermann Gerken
  105. Hermann Gerken
  106. Mrs. Katharina Gorges
  107. Miss Katharina Gorges
  108. Mrs. Anna Groh
  109. Wilhelm Groh
  110. Mr. George Grotheer
  111. Mr. Ceorge Guenther
  112. Mrs. Maria Gueuther
  113. Miss Mathilde Gugger
  114. Mr. Georg Hafermeyer
  115. Miss Louise Hagemeier
  116. Mrs. Anna Haller
  117. Mrs. Johanna Hand
  118. Miss Anna Haring
  119. Mrs. Katharina Havranek
  120. Mrs. Carrie Heger
  121. Miss Minnie Heger
  122. Mr. Joseph Heinen
  123. Miss Adele Heinen
  124. Mr. George A. Helbing
  125. Mrs. Martha Helbing
  126. Mrs. Kathie Hellenthal
  127. Mr. Reinhold Heretin
  128. Mr. Julius Herner
  129. Mrs. Bianca Herner
  130. Stella Herner
  131. Mr. George Herold
  132. Mrs. George Herold
  133. Miss Hima Heynachei
  134. Miss Carrie Hirsch
  135. Mrs. Emma Hobus
  136. Mr. E. L. Hohnstedt
  137. Mrs. Katherine Hoist
  138. Miss Edna Holtorf
  139. Miss Mildred Holtorf
  140. Lillian Holtorf
  141. Mr. Henry F. Holtorf
  142. Mrs. Christina Holtorf
  143. Mr. Henry A. Holtorf Jr.
  144. Mr. Adam Holzwarth
  145. Mr. Henry Hoppe
  146. Mrs. Emma Hoppe
  147. Jolin Hoppe
  148. Miss Anna Horak
  149. Mr. Josef Horvath
  150. Mrs. Barbara Huber
  151. Elsa Huber
  152. George Huber
  153. Miss Antonie Hnulik
  154. Mrs. Katharina Ivanovic
  155. Mr. Anton Ivanovic
  156. Mr. Delo Janeff
  157. Mr. Mitar Jelich
  158. Mr. Gyorgy Jeszenszky
  159. Miss Marie Kakuska
  160. Mr. Albert Kakuska
  161. Mr. Karl Karas
  162. Mr. Hans Karstedt
  163. Mr. Rudolf Keil
  164. Mrs. Anna Keller
  165. Otto Keller
  166. Miss Adele Kielenbeck
  167. Miss Katharina Kienke
  168. Mr. Hans Kippenberger
  169. Mrs. Theresia Klaus
  170. Mrs. Katharine Klein
  171. Mr. Markus Klein
  172. Mrs. Anna Kiemmer
  173. Mrs. Mary Klingenberger and Child
  174. Mr. William Kloesz
  175. Mrs. Anna Kloesz
  176. Mr. Anton Koehler
  177. Mr. Wilhelm Kodte
  178. Mr. Curd Kiihnken
  179. Mrs. Adelheid Kohnken
  180. Mr. Francizek Kowalewski
  181. Mr. Julius Krause
  182. Mrs. Lina Krause
  183. Rev. Heinrich Krewet
  184. Miss Johanna Kreth
  185. Mr. William Krouzilka
  186. Mr. Willy Kropp
  187. Miss Louise Kruwel
  188. Rev. Alois Kulpa
  189. Miss Ida Kuhnert
  190. Miss Emma Kuhnert
  191. Mr. Hinrich Kuhlcke
  192. Mr. Ernst Ktintzel
  193. Mr. Hermann Landau
  194. Mr. Johann Lechner
  195. Mr. Adolf Lehmann
  196. Mrs. Sophie Lehmann
  197. Miss Sophie Lehmann
  198. Mrs. Mary Leupold
  199. Miss Eleonore Leupold
  200. Mr. Valentin Liebig
  201. Mr. Wilhelm Likar
  202. Mr. H. N. Limburger
  203. Mrs. H. N. Limburger
  204. Miss Limburger
  205. Mrs. Theresia Low
  206. Mrs. Emilie Lucas
  207. Sister Ludgera
  208. Mr. Albert Lusk
  209. Mrs. Barbara Lusk
  210. Mrs. William Mc Jntoch
  211. Mr. William D. Mc Jntoch
  212. Mr. Jacob Maeder
  213. Mrs. Emma Maeder
  214. Mr. Jakob Mallepell
  215. Mrs. Emma Mallepell
  216. Camilla Mallepell
  217. Jakob Mallepell
  218. Mr. Dietrich Marschhausen
  219. Mrs. Elise Marschhausen
  220. Mr. Christ Martens
  221. Mrs. Caroline Martens
  222. Miss Anna Mayer
  223. Miss Frieda Melloh
  224. Miss Anna Mencke
  225. Mr. Hermann Meyer
  226. Mrs. Anna Meyer
  227. Katharine Meyer
  228. Mrs. Meta Meyer and Child
  229. Mr. Friedrich Meyer
  230. Mrs. Adele Michaelsen
  231. Friedrich Michaelsen
  232. Theodor Michaelsen
  233. Mrs. Mayra Miller
  234. Mrs. Jennie Mootschnek
  235. Mr. Josef Moravec
  236. Mrs. Franziska Moravec
  237. Karl Moravec
  238. Mr. Karl Moravec
  239. Mrs. Pauline Morgenroth
  240. Mr. Gottlob Moser
  241. Mrs. Mathilde Moser
  242. Elsie Moser
  243. Frank Moser
  244. Robert Moser
  245. Mrs. Anna Muhibach
  246. Mr. Fred Muhlker
  247. Mr. Mathias Muller
  248. Mrs. Maria Muller
  249. Miss Elizabeth Milner
  250. Miss Hedwig MORer
  251. Mrs. Gesine Muller
  252. Mr. Theodor Muller
  253. Miss Magdalene Münzig
  254. Mr. Prof. Fred Mutterer
  255. Sister Myra
  256. Mr. Rudolf Nagel
  257. Miss Else Natelberg
  258. Mr. Walter Naumann
  259. Mr. Daniel Naumann
  260. Mr. Alexander Neustadt1
  261. Mrs. Selma Neustadt1
  262. Mrs. Marie Nigrin
  263. Mr. Johann Nissen
  264. Josef Nouzak
  265. Miss Marie Novak
  266. Mr. Rudolf Novak
  267. Mr. Nussenow
  268. Mr. Joseph Ober
  269. Mrs. Maria Ober
  270. Miss Mary Oed
  271. Mrs. Auguste Oertzen
  272. Mr. Charles M. Orsay
  273. Mrs. Elisabeth Orsay and Child
  274. Irene Orsay
  275. Rev. Ignatius Ostatzewski
  276. Mrs. Emma Owen
  277. Mr. Phillip H. Pacht
  278. Mrs. Gisella Parriess
  279. Miss Irma Parriess
  280. Miss Antonio Pardubski
  281. Mr. Diedrich Peapke
  282. Mrs. Franziska Pecha
  283. Mr. Josef Pecha
  284. Mrs. Julia Pecha
  285. Mitzi Pecha
  286. Miss Elida Peter
  287. Mrs. Helen Peters
  288. Miss Marie Peters
  289. Miss Martha Pfitzer
  290. Miss Auguste Pfohl
  291. Miss Helena Phillips
  292. Miss G. E. Phipps
  293. Mr. Levi S. Pierson
  294. Mrs. Anna Pierson
  295. Mrs. Magdalene Poehlmann
  296. Miss Fanny Pollack
  297. Mr. Ludwig Pollack
  298. Miss Minnie Potkam
  299. Mrs. Marie Prchlik and Child
  300. Johann Prchlik
  301. Mr. Hermann Probst
  302. Miss Gesine Rademacher
  303. Miss Anna Rademacher
  304. Mr. Fred Rapp
  305. Mr. Henry Reimler
  306. Mrs. Margarethe Reimler
  307. Mr. Edwin Reimler
  308. Arthur Reimler
  309. Lucille Reimler
  310. Mr. Hugo Renfer
  311. Mrs. Katalin Rettinger
  312. Mr. Peter Reysen
  313. Mr. Eduard Richter
  314. Mrs. Liesa Riedel
  315. Rev. W. Dewees Roberts
  316. Mr. Jan D. Rohdenburg
  317. Sister Rosalia
  318. Rev. Joseph Rojewski
  319. Mr. Bedrich Rozum
  320. Rev. Joseph J. Ruhl
  321. Miss Liese Rullmann
  322. Miss Rosi Ruck
  323. Mr. Johann Ruschmeyer
  324. Mrs. Henriette Ruschmeyer
  325. Josef Sandler
  326. Mrs. Henny Seidenzahl
  327. Miss Antonie Seidel
  328. Mr. Martin Siem
  329. Mrs. Meta Siem
  330. Mrs. Frances Sipse
  331. Mr. Gustav Slavik
  332. Mr. Moses Sofer
  333. Rev. Louis Spannagel
  334. Mr. Joseph Spiegel
  335. Mrs. Alwine Spiegel
  336. Miss Sophie Spiess
  337. Mrs. Alice Spring
  338. Mrs. Theresia Sud
  339. Mr. Ernst A. Suhre
  340. Mrs. Albertina Suhre
  341. Miss Marie Sulayski
  342. Mrs. Katharina Sveykovsky
  343. Rev. Dr. L. M. Sweet
  344. Mrs. L. M. Sweet and Children
  345. Miss Mary E. Sweet
  346. Mr. Kenneth Sweet
  347. Mr. Charles Switzer
  348. Mrs. Katie Switzer
  349. Rev. Franc Szubinski
  350. Mr. Samu Szunka
  351. Mrs. Lucie Schade
  352. Miss Meta Schade
  353. Miss Anna Schade
  354. Mr. Nicholas Schmidt
  355. Miss Alice Schmierer
  356. Rev. M. Schmitz
  357. Mr. Johann Schnaars
  358. Mr. Philipp Schneider
  359. Mr. F. D. Scholl
  360. Mrs. F. D. Scholl
  361. Mr. Karl Schott
  362. Mr. Carl Schultz
  363. Mr. Bruno Schwalenberg
  364. Mr. Richard Schwalm
  365. Mr. August Schwartz
  366. Mrs. Auguste SchWartz
  367. Miss Margarethe Schwartz
  368. Frieda Schwartz
  369. Mr. William Schwartz
  370. Miss Emmie Schwer
  371. Miss Clara Stademann
  372. Mrs. Louise Stapenhorst
  373. Charles Stapenhorst
  374. Mrs. Antonie Steinbrecher
  375. Hedwig Steinbrecher
  376. Miss Anna Steiner
  377. Mr. Johann Stockinger
  378. Mrs. Marie Stockinger
  379. Miss Fanny Strauss
  380. Miss Sophie Stubbe
  381. Mr. Wilhelm Thirber
  382. Mrs. Elise Thirber
  383. Carl Thirber
  384. Mr. Wilhelm Tietjen
  385. Mrs. Adelaide Timm
  386. Mrs. Myra Trevilla and Child
  387. Louisa Trevilla
  388. Miss Johanne Trouw
  389. Miss Zelenka Vaclena
  390. Miss Bertha Viebrock
  391. Miss Anna Vitoch
  392. Mr. Charles Vorkeler
  393. Mrs. Charles Vorkeler
  394. Mr. Frank Wagner
  395. Mr. George Wahl
  396. Miss Carola Waitz
  397. Miss Sadie Wapelhorst
  398. Mr. Johann Wapelhorst
  399. Mr. Wilhelm Waser
  400. Mrs. Wilhelm Waser
  401. Mr. George von Weber
  402. Mrs. Marie von Weber
  403. Mr. Emil Weigert
  404. Miss Doris Weigert
  405. Mr. Henry Wehmann
  406. Mr. Hans Welcker
  407. Mrs. Anna Wenz
  408. Mr. Friedrich H. Westermann
  409. Mrs. Magdalene Wessel
  410. Miss Jennie Wessel
  411. Mrs. Elisabeth Weusthoff
  412. Miss Anna S. Weusthoff
  413. Mr. Gerhard Wiegand
  414. Mr. John Wiegand
  415. Miss Sophie Wlasak
  416. Mr. Viktor Wlasak
  417. Alma Wohle
  418. John Wohle
  419. Mr. Henry Wohle
  420. Mrs. Mary Wohle
  421. Miss Maria Wade
  422. Miss Margarete Wohrle
  423. Miss Stefi Zeinler
  424. Mr. Gottlieb Zellweger
  425. Mrs. Marie Zellweger
  426. Mrs. Katharine Ziegler
  427. Miss Helene Ziegler

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. NoeIle Horrocks Dorothy Horrocks
  2. Mr. Claus Pals
  3. Mr. Heinrich Simon
  4. Mr. Percy Whitley

From Bremen To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Fritz Waitz

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. " 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. it" 4 p. m. in the Second Class Smoking Room.

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 th safethy 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 flarber's room. A similar tariff is to be found in the Ladies' 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 k on steamers sailing
10 Pf. German stamp for postal cards I towards America. 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 clo 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: can be hired on bord of the Deck stewards at a Marge of $ 1 = sh. 4 = Marks 4 = Frs. 5 each for the voyage to New York.

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.

Travellers' Cheques and Letters of Credit

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

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

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

Travellers' Checks, in DOLLARS (in denominations of s 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 STERLING (in denominations of A: 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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