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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. George Washington, 19 October 1912

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. George Washington of Norddeutscher Lloyd (North German Lloyd), Departing 19 October 1912 from Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Ch. Polack. In German and English.

Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen
Doppelschrauben-Salon-Postdampfer
George Washington
Am 19. Oktober 1912 von Bremen
Ûber Southampton and Cherbourg nach New York

List of Senior Officers and Staff Members

  1. Captain: Ch. Polack
  2. First Officer: R. Wurpts
  3. Second Officer: W Drechsel
  4. Second Officer: W Oelrichs
  5. Secpmd Officer: O. Brinkmann
  6. Third Officer: E Schmitz
  7. Fourth Officer: F Woerdemann
  8. Fourth Officer: W. Gey
  9. Physician: Dr Starke
  10. Physician: Dr. SCHAUSS
  11. Chief Engineer: D Lampe
  12. First Engineer: E. Assmann
  13. Paymaster: G 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. Bagage Master: H. Helmers
  25. Wireless Telegraphy Telegraph Operator: H. Schafer
  26. Wireless Telegraphy Telegraph Operator: H. Reese
  27. Traffic and Information Office Official: CH. Seghorn

Front Cover, Passenger List, S.S. George Washington, North German Lloyd, October 1912, Bremen to New York

Ships List of First Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. J. H. Abegg
  2. Mr. Consul Talbot J. Albert
  3. Mrs. Elise Albrecht Mr. Pasquale Amato
  4. Mrs. Pasquale Amato
  5. Mrs. W.. K. Anderson
  6. Mrs. Elsa von Arkovy
  7. Mr. Max Baader
  8. Dr. Gustav Baar
  9. Mr. Harlow W. Bailey
  10. Mrs. Harlow W. Bailey
  11. Mr. Harlow W. Bailey Jr.
  12. Miss Pheby Anna Bailey
  13. Miss Dorothy Bailey
  14. Miss Florence Bailey
  15. Mr. R. K. Baker
  16. Mrs. R. K. Baker
  17. Mrs. Ella H. Baker
  18. Mr. Walter G. Ball
  19. Mr. H. Banner
  20. Mrs. H. Banner
  21. Miss M. Baronowski
  22. Dr. James A. Bean
  23. Miss Ethel V. Berry
  24. Mrs. Gertrud Beswick
  25. Mr. Bruno Bielski
  26. Miss Marina Woods Bill
  27. Mr. C. J. Billwiller
  28. Miss Billwiller and Servant
  29. Mr. Bird
  30. Mrs. Bird
  31. Mr. Simon L. Bloch
  32. Mrs. Simon L. Bloch
  33. Mrs. I. Blumenthal
  34. Miss Anna Boehme
  35. Miss Elza Bohmart
  36. Mr. Friedrich Albert Baker
  37. Mrs. J. Bookman
  38. Miss M. Bookmann and Servant
  39. Miss Lucrezia Bori und Begleiterin
  40. Mr. Vicente Borja
  41. Mr. Henry I. Bornstein
  42. Mrs. Henry I. Bornstein
  43. Theodore Bornstein
  44. Miss M. L. Bowditch
  45. Mr. Fred. E. Bright
  46. Mrs. Fred. E. Bright
  47. Mr. Edward E. Brosius
  48. Mrs. Chas Bundschu
  49. Mrs. Leopold Cahn and Servant
  50. Mr. J. D. Carroll
  51. Mrs. Emelda B. Chisholm
  52. Miss Hazel Chisholm
  53. Miss Juliet Chisholm
  54. Mr. W. B. Christ
  55. Mr. C. F. Colmar
  56. Mrs. Walter M. Cook and Servant
  57. Marguerite Cook
  58. Mary Betty Cook
  59. Mr. Erwin Cordes
  60. Mrs. Erwin Cordes
  61. Mr. E. A. Correa
  62. Mr. E. de Coulon
  63. Mrs. E. de Coulon
  64. Mr. Robert S. Crombie
  65. Mrs. Robert S. Crombie and Servant
  66. Miss M. M. Cullen
  67. Miss Mary A. E. Cullen
  68. Mrs. W. G. Curtis
  69. Mrs. M. Densmore
  70. Mrs. Anna Deutsch
  71. Mr. George H. Doering
  72. Mr. F. W. Dohrmann
  73. Mrs. F. W. Dohrmann
  74. Mr. J. M. Santo Domingo
  75. Mr. B. F. Drakenfeld
  76. Mrs. B. F. Drakenfeld
  77. Miss Clare Dreikant
  78. Miss Dunkels and Servant
  79. Mrs. Louise Edwina and Servant
  80. Mrs. H. Ehrhardt
  81. Miss Fanny Ehrhardt
  82. Dr. J. G. Ehrhardt
  83. Mrs. Dr. J. G. Ehrhardt
  84. Mrs. Ernst Ehrmann and Servant
  85. Miss Ehrmann
  86. Miss Ethel Ehrmann
  87. Mrs. Ebba of Ekstrom
  88. Mr. John Erikson
  89. Mrs. John Erikson
  90. Miss Lena Evans
  91. Mrs. I. N. Ewell
  92. Mrs. L. Faber
  93. Mr. K. S. Falck
  94. Mrs. K. S. Falck
  95. Mr. E. Ficken
  96. Mr. Peter Fiebiger
  97. Mrs. Emma Fischer-Petersen
  98. Miss M. Fletcher
  99. Mrs. John Focke
  100. Mrs. Charles B. Foote
  101. Miss Isabel Foote
  102. Mr. O. Fonts
  103. Mrs. O. Fonts and Servant
  104. Mr. C. Fonts
  105. Mrs. J. W. Forsyth
  106. Mr. Louis Friedheim
  107. Mr. D. Harry Friedman
  108. Mrs. D. Harry Friedman
  109. D. Harry Friedman Jr.
  110. Helen Friedman and Governess
  111. Miss Ida Friedman
  112. Mr. Moritz Friedrich
  113. Mrs. Moritz Friedrich
  114. S. Excellenz Baron von Friesen
  115. I. Excellenz Baronin von Friesen and Servant
  116. Baron Karl von Friesen
  117. Mr. P. Furman
  118. Mr. Jack W. Gardiner
  119. Mrs. Wm. Frazier Garrison Graf Herrera de Gibacoa
  120. Mrs. Gitlin Herrera de Gibacoa and Servant
  121. Mrs. Annie Glucksman
  122. Miss Millie Glucksman
  123. Mr. Otto Adolf Gorner
  124. Mrs. Wilhelmine Gorner
  125. Emma Gdrner
  126. Mr. George J. Gruen
  127. Mrs. Emilie J. Gruen
  128. George F. Gruen
  129. Mrs. Hermann Gruntal
  130. Mrs. S. R. Guggenheim and Servant
  131. Mr. Geo. C. Haerle
  132. Mrs. Norma H. Haerle
  133. Miss Louise H. Haerle
  134. Miss Lisbeth H. Haerle
  135. Rudolf Haerle
  136. Mr. Hy. S. Hartmann
  137. Mrs. Louise Harrey
  138. Dr. Hermann von Hase
  139. Miss Isabel Hastings
  140. Mr. Julius Hausmeister
  141. Miss Haddigan
  142. Mr. Robert Hecht
  143. Mr. Arnold B. Heine
  144. Mrs. Serafina Helm and Servant
  145. Miss Dr. med. Georgine Luden von Heummen
  146. Mr. J. P. Hemmeter
  147. Mrs. J. P. Hemmeter
  148. Mrs. F. C. Herrick and Servant
  149. Mrs. Julia Heuman
  150. Miss Johanna Neuman
  151. Hans Heuman
  152. Mr. Alfred Hilger
  153. Mr. Percival S. S. Hill
  154. Mrs. Percival S. S. Hill
  155. Mr. H. A. Hime'y
  156. Mrs. H. A. Himely
  157. Mr. Edward Hines
  158. Mrs. Edward Hines
  159. Mr. William Wade Hinshaw
  160. Mrs. William Wade Hinshaw
  161. Miss J. Hodgman
  162. Mrs. Max Hofmann and Servant
  163. Egbert Hofmann Arnold Hofmann und Erzieherin
  164. Mr. Louis Hollweg
  165. Mr. A. C. Honore
  166. Mrs. Amalia Honrath
  167. Miss Lina Horn
  168. Mrs. W. S. Hoyt and Servant
  169. W. S. Hoyt Jr.
  170. Miss Edna Hoyt
  171. Mr. H. R. Hunt
  172. Mrs. H. R. Hunt
  173. Mr. Isaha
  174. Mr. Joseph S. Isidor
  175. Mrs. Joseph S. Isidor
  176. Miss M. M. Jackson
  177. Dr. Henry Barton Jacobs and Servant
  178. Mrs. Henry Barton Jacobs and Servant
  179. Mrs. Lydia Jarka
  180. Miss WI. Johnston
  181. Mr. Caries Jounger
  182. Mr. Conrad Jung
  183. Mr. A. Kandor
  184. Mrs. A. Kandor
  185. Mr. F. H. Kastens
  186. Mrs. F. H. Kastens
  187. Miss Marie Kastens
  188. Mrs. Albert Kaskel
  189. Miss Eleanor Kaskel and Servant
  190. Mr. Arthur Kavanagh
  191. Mrs. Arthur Kavanagh
  192. Mr. I. Kavanagh
  193. Miss D. Kavanagh
  194. Mr. D. W. Kempner
  195. Mrs. D. W. Kempner
  196. Miss Gladys Kempner
  197. Mr. William N. Kerr
  198. Mrs. William N. Kerr
  199. Mrs. Dr. Kienlin and Children with Mother and Servant
  200. Mr. Theodor W. Kiesel
  201. Mr. Charles A. Kiesel
  202. Mr. Hans Klein
  203. Mrs. Ferida Klibansky
  204. Mr. Clarence W. De Knight
  205. Dr. Arthur Katzle
  206. Mrs. Pauline Katzle
  207. Miss Nellie M. Kramer
  208. Mr. Peter Krebetz
  209. Mr. John Kremer
  210. Mrs. John Kremer
  211. Mr. Louis Kronberg
  212. Miss Agnes Kruger
  213. Mr. Ed. Kuntze
  214. Dr. Ernst Kunwald
  215. Mrs. Lina Kunwald
  216. Mr. A. Lasker
  217. Mrs. A. Lasker
  218. Mrs. L. C. Lawrence
  219. Mr. Robert L. Lee
  220. Mrs. Robert L. Lee
  221. Mr. Adolf Lehmann
  222. Mr. G. A. Lehman
  223. Mrs. G. A. Lehman
  224. Miss Anita Lehmann
  225. Mrs. F. von Lennep
  226. Miss Claire von Lennep
  227. Miss E. Leopold Mrs. E. A. Lesem
  228. Mr. Paul Lichtenstein
  229. Mrs. Clara Lichtenstein
  230. Dr. phil. Alfred J. Liebmann
  231. Mr. Jacob Lissner
  232. Mr. Capt. Charles W. Littlefield
  233. Mrs. Charles W. Littlefield and Servant
  234. Mrs. Agnes Lorenzen
  235. Miss Hilda Lorenzen
  236. Miss Marie C. Lorenzen
  237. Mrs. von Lossberg Mr. E. Lowenstein
  238. Miss Therese Lowman
  239. Mr. George H. Mac Neely
  240. Mrs. J. M. Mahoney
  241. Mrs. Max Martin
  242. Miss Lucille G. Martin and Servant
  243. Mrs. L. Mayer
  244. Mrs. Peter Mc Quade
  245. Miss Elizabeth McQuade
  246. Mr. Fritz L. Meeske
  247. Mr. Charles Meeske
  248. Mr. Otto G. Meeske
  249. Dr. William Mehl
  250. Mrs. Wm. Meier
  251. Mr. Georg Meinke
  252. Mr. Kommerzienrat
  253. Ernst Meyer
  254. Mr. Mills
  255. Mrs. Mills
  256. Miss Adeline Mills
  257. Mr. Morris Mitau
  258. Mrs. Morris Mitau and Servant
  259. Martin Mitau
  260. Miss Addison Mitchell and Servant
  261. Mrs. Oberinspector
  262. Max Moller
  263. Miss Marie Moller
  264. Mrs. M. Grace Moran
  265. Mrs. Paul Morton and Servant
  266. Mr. Alfred Munich
  267. Dr. Nefgen
  268. Mr. Gustav Neidhardt
  269. Miss A. Nichols
  270. Mrs. E. S. Nolan
  271. Miss Elisa Oberheim
  272. Mr. Robert Palmer
  273. Mrs. Potter Palmer and Secretary, and Servants
  274. Mr. Hermann Pauli
  275. Mrs. Hermann Pauli and Servant
  276. Mr. E. R. Picot
  277. Mrs. E. R. Picot
  278. Mrs. Carrie J. Pleasants
  279. Miss Josephine Polhemus
  280. Miss Elsie Post
  281. Mrs. Clarence Postley and Servant
  282. Mr. S. Postley
  283. Mrs. S. Postley and Servant
  284. Mr. Leon A. van Praag
  285. Miss Ellen Pratt
  286. Mr. Geh. Justizrat Prehn
  287. Mr. Thomas Prehn
  288. Mrs. Thomas Prehn
  289. Mr. Everett C. Purdy
  290. Mrs. E. de Raimbouville
  291. Mr. Lee Reichmann
  292. Dr. Charles Hermann Reinsberg, M.D
  293. Mrs. Sarah J. Remick
  294. Mr. Richard Rintelen
  295. Mr. Hans Roberth
  296. Mrs. Marianne Roeding
  297. Mrs. Jul. Rohling
  298. Mr. Otto Rohte
  299. Mrs. Emil Rohte
  300. Mr. Rolph
  301. Mrs. Rolph
  302. Mr. Geo Rose and Servant
  303. Mr. Selig Rosenbaum
  304. Mrs. Selig Rosenbaum
  305. Mr. Harold A. Rosenbaum
  306. Mr. Samuel Rosenthal
  307. Miss Florence Rosenthal
  308. Mrs. Julia E. Roso
  309. Mrs. Josephine Rothschild
  310. Mr. Clarence Rothschild
  311. Mr. Titto Ruffo and Secretary
  312. Mr. Henry J. Runge
  313. Mr. E. J. de Sabla Jr.
  314. Mrs. E. J. de Sabla and Servant
  315. Miss Vera de Sabla
  316. Miss Leontine de Sabla
  317. Miss Hattie Sachs
  318. Miss Dorothy Salmon
  319. Mrs. Flora L. Sanger
  320. Miss Leta Mai Sanger and Servant
  321. Mr. Antonio Scotti and Servant
  322. Mr. Romer Shawhan
  323. Mr. H. H. Sherburne
  324. Mr. J. G. Siebs
  325. Mrs. J. G. Siebs
  326. Miss Paula Siebs
  327. Mr. Hermann Sielcken
  328. Mr. Jens Skougaard
  329. Mr. W. Scherer
  330. Mrs. L. Schlussel
  331. Mrs. Traugott Schmidt and Servant
  332. Mr. Otto Schmidt
  333. Mrs. Louise Schmied
  334. Mr. August Schmitz
  335. Rev. Wilhelm Scholl
  336. Mr. Bernhard Schuchardt
  337. Mrs. Mary B. Schuyler
  338. Miss I. Schwarz
  339. Miss E. Schwarz
  340. Miss M. Staat
  341. Mr. Frederick Kimball Stearns
  342. Miss Jenny Stone
  343. Mr. Lionel Strachey
  344. Miss Mary Taber and Servant
  345. Mr. Albert Tag
  346. Mr. Franz Thorbecke
  347. Mr. Victor Thrane
  348. Mrs. Victor Thrane
  349. Mr. Max Tillmann
  350. Mrs. Max Tillmann
  351. Mr. Clement Tobin
  352. Mrs. Clement Tobin and Servant
  353. Arleen Tobin
  354. Mrs. J. Otto Toussaint
  355. Mr. A. Train
  356. Mrs. A. Train
  357. Mrs. K. S. Tyner
  358. Mrs. Ed. Ullmann
  359. Mrs. Mizzi Urban
  360. Miss Gretl Urban
  361. Miss Ellie Urban
  362. Mr. Sidney B. Veit
  363. Mrs. Anna Veit
  364. Mrs. T. S. Venable
  365. Mr. Eugene Perez Venero
  366. Mr. Thomas Perez Venero
  367. Mr. Thomas Perez Venero Jr.
  368. Mr. Henry Vesco
  369. Mr. Konsul Emile Vital
  370. Mrs. Elsa Vital Marcel Vital
  371. Edgar Vital and Servant
  372. Mr. Appleton Wade
  373. Mrs. Appleton Wade
  374. Mrs. D. N. Walter
  375. Mr. James Garfield Warren
  376. Mrs. James Garfield Warren
  377. Miss Elenor R. Warren
  378. Mr. Murray Warner
  379. Mrs. Murray Warner
  380. Mr. George A. Washington
  381. Mrs. George A. Washington and Servant
  382. Mr. Roderick H. Watkins
  383. Mr. Paul Watkins
  384. Mrs. Paul Watkins
  385. Mr. William B. Watkins
  386. Mrs. J. Webb
  387. Mr. Weddel
  388. Mrs. C. B. Weeks and Servant
  389. Dr. Sydney Welkow and Friend
  390. Mr. Fritz Werner
  391. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Whitlock
  392. Mr. William Hull Wickham
  393. Mrs. William Hull Wickham and Servant
  394. Miss Ellen W. Williams and Servant
  395. Miss M. Williams and Servant
  396. Mr. Theodore Willich
  397. Mrs. Luise Willigerod
  398. Mr. Rudolf Winter
  399. Mrs. S. S. Wolf
  400. Miss H. T. Woolworth and Servant
  401. Mr. Edward Ziegler
  402. Mrs. Edward Ziegler

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Mrs. Brackenburg
  2. Mrs. Ellen Bryan-Jones
  3. Mr. C. A. Dunkhase
  4. Mr. Mac Elwee
  5. Mrs. Mac Elwee
  6. Mr. Oscar Haac Jr.
  7. Mr. Graf Alexander von Hochberg
  8. Mr. Graf Botho vonHochberg
  9. Mr. Carl Holm
  10. Mr. Rudolf Lazarus
  11. Mrs. Rudolf Lazarus
  12. Mr. Director Lindblad
  13. Mrs. Julia Maeglin
  14. Miss Marianne Meyer
  15. Mr. Wilhelm Reese
  16. Mr. Wilhelm Schaeker
  17. Mrs. Wilhelm Schaeker
  18. Mrs. Smith

From Bremen To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Buckler
  2. Mr. von Drygalski
  3. Mr. A. Garde
  4. Mrs. Clarita Wilkens

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Molli Ackermann
  2. Mrs. Mary Adelhardt
  3. Miss Ella Aichberger
  4. Mrs. Betty Allemann
  5. Avery Allemann
  6. Mr. Friedrich Aliesch
  7. Mrs. Marie Aliesch
  8. Miss Barbara Aliesch
  9. Miss Anna Aliesch
  10. Ursu!a Aliesch
  11. C.nristian Aliesch
  12. Miss Sidoma Aliesch
  13. Miss Marie Aliesch
  14. Miss Elisabeth Aliesch
  15. Friedrich Aliesch
  16. Miss E. Anderson
  17. Mr. Hermann Ansbach
  18. Mr. Ludwig J. Anthes
  19. Mr. Fred Axt
  20. Mrs. Fred Axt
  21. Mrs. Emilie Backmeister
  22. Eliza Backmeister
  23. Mr. Emil Baerfuss
  24. Miss Anselma Balzer
  25. Mr. Edward Bartels Jr.
  26. Mr. Edward Bartels
  27. Mrs. Anna Bartels
  28. Miss Minne Bartels
  29. Miss Alma Bartels
  30. Miss Maria Bartulica
  31. Miss Antonia Bartulica
  32. Miss Eleonore Bathmann
  33. Mr. Arno Bauer
  34. Josefine Baska
  35. Mr. George Beal
  36. Mrs. Christine Becker
  37. Christine Becker
  38. Kathe Becker
  39. Mr. Harry Bedell
  40. Mrs. Johanna Behrmann
  41. Miss Margarethe Behrmann
  42. Helene Behrmann
  43. Katharina Behrmann
  44. Johann Behrmann
  45. Mrs. Udel. Beller
  46. Natan Beller
  47. Simon Beller
  48. Mrs. Marjem Beller
  49. Sarah Beller
  50. Malke Beller
  51. Chaje Beller
  52. Mrs. Louise Belleville
  53. Miss Rosa Beutter
  54. Miss Anna Maria Blatt
  55. Miss Berta Boehme
  56. Mr. Josef Bohutinsky
  57. Mr. Friedrich Boos
  58. Mr. Arthur Borks
  59. Mrs. Louise Bormuth
  60. Mr. Lorenz Bormuth
  61. Miss Emilie Bossert
  62. Miss Martha Bossert
  63. Miss Emily M. Bracher
  64. Miss Emma Brakhahn
  65. Mr. Walther Bredenbrocker
  66. Miss Antonie Brejcha
  67. Miss Anna Breuer
  68. Miss Beta Brinkmann
  69. Mr. Carl Bruggemann
  70. Mr. Heinrich Bruggemann
  71. Mrs. Justine Bruggemann
  72. Mrs. Martha Busche
  73. Karl Busche
  74. Mrs. Mary Budzinska
  75. Luise Budzinska
  76. Mr. Herman Cans
  77. Mr. Justin Cerf
  78. Mr. Sol. Cadden
  79. Mr. David Cohn
  80. Mrs. Grace Cohn
  81. Josef Cohn
  82. Mr. Albert Dennhardt
  83. Mrs. Ida Dennhardt
  84. Miss Margarete Denzler
  85. Mr. H. P. Diekmeier
  86. Mrs. H. P. Diekmeier
  87. Mrs. Therese Dietrich
  88. Max Dietrich
  89. Miss Anna Dlabac
  90. Mrs. Kate Echter
  91. Miss Marie Echtner
  92. Mr. Albert Eckstein
  93. Miss Emilie Effenb€rger
  94. Miss Frieda Ehrenmann
  95. Mr. Arnold B. Ehrlich
  96. Miss Babette Eisenhauer
  97. Miss Clotilde Elbs
  98. Miss Rosa Falk
  99. Mr. Karl Feldtmann
  100. Mrs. Caroline Feldtmann
  101. Mrs. Marion Ferenz
  102. Mr. Georg Fischer
  103. Mr. Peter Fischer
  104. Mrs. Antonie Fischer
  105. Mr. Karl Fischmann
  106. Mrs. Luise Fischmann
  107. Mrs. Luise Foese
  108. Hertha Foese
  109. Mrs. Frieda Fox
  110. Frieda Fox
  111. Emma Fox
  112. Miss Augustin
  113. Frankhauser
  114. Mr. Georg Frantz
  115. Mrs. Catharine Frerichs
  116. Miss Lina Freye
  117. Mr. Max Frohlich
  118. Miss Adele Fuchs
  119. Miss Karoline Furst
  120. Mr. Johann Furst
  121. Mr. Carlos Gastel
  122. Mrs. Maria Gastel
  123. Mr. Emil Gennerick
  124. Mrs. Anna Gerken
  125. Wiraa Gerken
  126. Harr Gernhardt
  127. Mr. Em l Gerwig
  128. Mrs. Josephine Genez
  129. Mrs. Alma Garner
  130. Gertrud Garner
  131. Helene Garner
  132. Karr Tony Grund
  133. Miss Tillie Guebert
  134. Miss Babette Gurber
  135. Mrs. Louise Haas
  136. Bertha Haas
  137. Anna Haas
  138. Miss Ignatia Haas
  139. Mrs. Sophie Habich
  140. Miss Frieda Haessig
  141. Mr. Heinrich Hahn
  142. Mr. Hermann Hartmann
  143. Mrs. Johanne Hartmann and Kind
  144. Mr. Harry Harowitz
  145. Miss Claire Haupt
  146. Mr. Robert Haussner
  147. Miss Erna Heinsohn
  148. Mr. Albert Helfenberger
  149. Mrs. Lina Herr
  150. Miss Ida
  151. Mr. Mrs. Anna Herschkowitz
  152. Henny Herschkowitz
  153. Miss Louise Herzog
  154. Mr. Julius Hesper
  155. Mrs. Katy Hirschmann
  156. Miss Dora Horn
  157. Mr. Fred Horning
  158. Mr. Josef Huemer
  159. Miss Louise Huennecke
  160. Miss Anna Hulsberg
  161. Miss Katharine Huttner
  162. Mr. Conrad Icke
  163. Mrs. Adele Icke
  164. Miss Minna Icke
  165. Mrs. Katharina Jacoby
  166. Miss Suzetta Jacoby
  167. Mr. Louis Jarmer
  168. Mrs. Marie Jencsak
  169. Mr. Johannes Jeschke
  170. Mrs. Erna Jockisch
  171. Miss Emilie Johnson
  172. Miss Karoline Jony
  173. Miss Lina Judas
  174. Sister Juliana
  175. Sister Julie
  176. Johann Kadenburg
  177. Miss Else Katterbach
  178. Mr. Aron Katz
  179. Mrs. Celly Kaufmann
  180. Samuel Kaufmann
  181. Mr. Richard Kayser
  182. Mrs. Florentine Kayser
  183. Miss Amanda Kayser
  184. Miss Maria Kayser
  185. Mr. Heinrich Kehrig
  186. Miss Antonia Klatschko
  187. Miss Aranka Klatschko
  188. Mr. Samuel Klein
  189. Mrs. Helene Klein
  190. Mrs. Lene Klockenkemper
  191. Mr. Josef Knopf
  192. Miss Kataryna Koda
  193. Miss Marie Kolar
  194. Mr. Anton Kommel
  195. Mrs. Josefine Koppensteiner
  196. Mr. Alfred Koppensteiner
  197. Miss Marie Kane
  198. Miss Anna Kiister
  199. Mrs. Jette Krauss
  200. Miss Salka Krauss
  201. Mr. Harry Krauss
  202. Antonia Kraus
  203. Miss Amalie Kraus
  204. Mrs. Josefine Krich
  205. Miss Anna L. Kroge
  206. John Kroge
  207. Mr. John C. Kroge
  208. Mrs. Rosa C. Kroge
  209. Miss Mathilde Kroner
  210. Miss Maria Kubes
  211. Mrs. Anezka Kubicek and Child
  212. Mr. Michel Kuciemba
  213. Miss Klara Kuenzler
  214. Miss Olga Kuhn
  215. Mrs. Amalie Kunz
  216. Miss Barbora Kurka
  217. Mr. Heinrich Lange
  218. Mrs. Nellie Lange
  219. Mrs. Katalin Leban
  220. Miss Eliese Lehnert
  221. Mr. Georg Leibert
  222. Miss Anna Leitgeb
  223. Mr. Paul Lent
  224. Mrs. Marie Lenz
  225. Miss Anna Lenz
  226. Mr. Wenzel Lidrich
  227. Mr. Josef Lidrich
  228. Mrs. Anna Lidrich and Child
  229. Mr. Karl Lindner
  230. Mrs. Anna Lindner
  231. Mr. Moritz Linksz
  232. Mrs. Josefine Linksz
  233. Mr. J. Lissenden
  234. Mrs. Magdalene Lohbauer
  235. Mr. Carl Lohmann
  236. Mrs. Wilhelmine Lohmann
  237. Henry Lohmann
  238. Fred Lohmann
  239. Wilhelmine Lohmann
  240. Miss Lowenthal
  241. Mr. Peter Luca
  242. Mr. John Luckmann
  243. Miss Anna LOnsmann
  244. Mr. W. Lyons
  245. Mrs. W. Lyons
  246. Miss Helene Maerz
  247. Miss Marie Maerz
  248. Miss Hermine Maier
  249. Mrs. Mary Mair
  250. Miss Marie Mair
  251. Mrs. Marie Mair
  252. Mr. Carl Mann
  253. Miss Viktorie Marak
  254. Mr. Johann Martens
  255. Mrs. Helene Martin
  256. Mr. Josef Martinek
  257. Mr. Franz Massopust
  258. Mrs. Emilie Massopust
  259. Mrs. Elisabeth Massopust
  260. Miss Ludmilla Matusch
  261. Miss Margarethe Mau
  262. Miss Meisel
  263. Miss Olga Melhorn
  264. Mrs. Ida Melzig
  265. Mr. Rasmus Meng
  266. Mrs. Sophie Meuli
  267. Tosca Meuli
  268. Mr. Hans E. Meyen
  269. Mr. Henry F. Meyer
  270. Mrs. Henriette M. Meyer
  271. Mr. William Meyer
  272. Mr. Henry Meyer
  273. Mr. Frank Meyer
  274. Mrs. Josephine Meyer
  275. Mr. Henry Meyer
  276. Mrs. Dora Meyer
  277. Miss Marie Meyer
  278. Miss Lina Meyer
  279. Miss Emma Mischek
  280. Mr. Bruno Molle
  281. Mr. Simon Morgenbesser
  282. Mrs. Mariem Morgenbesser and Kind
  283. Riwke Morgenbesser
  284. Mrs. Anna Mohr
  285. Miss Fanny Moscowitz
  286. Mrs. Stanislawa Mozdzen
  287. Miss Gretchen Mueller
  288. Miss Gretchen Willer
  289. Miss Therese Muller
  290. Mrs. Anna Muller
  291. Karl Muller
  292. Miss Ella Munch
  293. Mr. Max Nagel
  294. Mr. Gottlieb Neher
  295. Mrs. Caroline Neher
  296. Miss Berta Neugeboren
  297. Miss Barbara Nikl
  298. Mr. August Olms
  299. Mrs. Bettie Olms
  300. Erwin Olms
  301. Mrs. Dorothee Olms
  302. Mr. Georg Olsen
  303. Miss Dora Pakaczan
  304. Miss Marie Palarik
  305. Miss Valerie Palrik
  306. Mr. Thomas Palumbo
  307. Mr. Angelo Parry
  308. Mr. Hermann Pecoroni
  309. Miss Anna Pekar
  310. Mr. Johann Pellens
  311. Mrs. Henrietta Petersen
  312. Mr. Hermann Petring
  313. Mrs. Louise Petring
  314. Mr. Franz Petrowsky
  315. Mrs. Anna Petrowsky
  316. Mr. J. Peurose
  317. Martha Philipoire
  318. Mrs. Charlotte Pressnal and Kind
  319. Mr. Wilhelm Pottschmidt
  320. Mrs. Julia Prakisch
  321. Miss Marie Preissler
  322. Mr. Charles Prendegast
  323. Mrs. Eliza Pump
  324. Luise Pump
  325. Willi Pump
  326. Mr. Josef Purmann
  327. Mrs. Johanne Purmann
  328. Miss Sophie Puvogel
  329. Miss Marie Radtke
  330. Mrs. Maria Raulien
  331. Mrs. Emma Reining
  332. Mrs. Charlotte Reynolds
  333. Miss Ella Richter
  334. Mrs. Henette Ritzier
  335. Miss Agnes Rodinger
  336. Mr. Friedrich Roesger
  337. Mr. Heinrich Rocker
  338. Mrs. Auguste Rocker
  339. Heinrich Rocker
  340. Miss Dora R6pke
  341. Miss Marie Ropke
  342. Miss ElizabethRopke
  343. Mr. G. H. Rose
  344. Mrs. G. H. Rose
  345. Mr. Wilhelm Rosenthal
  346. Miss Anna Rotharmel
  347. Mr. Edward Rueger
  348. Miss Della Rueger
  349. Mr. Gustav Ruellon
  350. Mrs. Frieda Sachse
  351. Mr. Otto Sautter
  352. Mrs. Luise Sautter
  353. Miss Anna Sautter
  354. Mr. John G. Seeger
  355. Mrs. Selma Seeger
  356. Henry Seeger
  357. Else Seeger
  358. Amanda Seeger
  359. Miss Ida Seitz
  360. Miss Anna Sekyra
  361. Miss Sendbuhler
  362. Rev. SendbEihler
  363. Miss Emma Senn
  364. Mr. Mathias Setternich
  365. Mrs. Johanna Setternich
  366. Mr. Frank Siebengartner
  367. Mrs. Thekia Siebengartner
  368. Mr. Hans Sieper
  369. Miss Emila Sima
  370. Mrs. Fannie Singer
  371. Joseph Singer
  372. Mr. Jan Smoleja
  373. Miss Eleonore Sohre
  374. Mrs. Auguste Sonnemann
  375. Mr. Michael Spegel
  376. Mrs. Elise SUss
  377. Arnold SUss
  378. Miss Emma Suss
  379. Mr. Emil Schaffroth
  380. Miss Anna Scheilin
  381. Miss Metta Schleef
  382. Miss Ilona Schlesinger
  383. Mr. Erich Schmidt
  384. Mrs. Marie Schmidt
  385. Mr. Peter Schmitt
  386. Mr. Heinrich J. Schnaars
  387. Margarethe Schnaars
  388. Miss Luise Schnetzler
  389. Miss Luise Schnetzler
  390. Miss Marie Schnitter
  391. Mr. Alphonse Schiffmann
  392. Mr. Wilhelm Scholz
  393. Mrs. Regina Schottler
  394. Mr. Fritz Schroder
  395. Mr. Victor Schuhmacher
  396. Miss Augustine Schuster
  397. Mr. Rudolf Schwab
  398. Mr. August Schwarz
  399. Miss Monika Schwarz
  400. Miss Anna Stadtmuller
  401. Mr. George V. Stanford
  402. Mr. Charles Stein
  403. Mrs. Delia Stein
  404. Mr. Claudius Steinbrecher
  405. Miss Alma Stieghorst
  406. Mr. Jaroslav Stipek
  407. Miss Emilie Stipek
  408. Miss Annie Star
  409. Miss Emma Straub
  410. Miss Mary Stroh
  411. Miss Lena Stroh
  412. Miss Maria StUtz
  413. Mr. Hermann Traunecker
  414. Mrs. Anna Traunecker
  415. Mr. Wilhelm Uffelmann
  416. Mr. Vaclav Ulrich
  417. Miss Floriana Urbatzka
  418. Mrs. Marie Vacek
  419. Vaclav Vacek
  420. Mr. Johann Viebrock
  421. Mrs. Marie Vogel
  422. Miss Helen Vogel
  423. Mrs. Gesine Volk&
  424. Miss Elise Vonarx
  425. Mr. Charles P. Wacker
  426. Miss Elise Waldhaus
  427. Miss Dora Warneke
  428. Miss Anny Weber
  429. Miss Hedwig Weigert
  430. Mr. Henry Weinberg
  431. Mr. Reinhard Weiss
  432. Mrs. Martha Weissbach
  433. Mr. Heinrich Welbruck
  434. Mr. Karl Wendrich
  435. Mrs. Marie Wenzel
  436. Mr. Ludwig Werle
  437. Mrs. Selma Werle and Kind
  438. Mr. Eugen Wetter
  439. Miss Mathilde Wilde
  440. Mr. William F. Wilkens
  441. Mrs. Marie Wittmann
  442. Mr. Anton Wordemann
  443. Fri. Fridolina Wurttenberger
  444. Mrs. Josephine Young
  445. Mrs. Sara Zumer
  446. Miss Henny Zumer
  447. Szmiel Zumer
  448. Sprinze Zumer

From Bremen To Southampton

  1. Mr. Arthur Biber
  2. Mrs. Berta Biber
  3. Charlotte Biber
  4. Mr. Rudolf Mistr
  5. Miss Else Rauer
  6. Miss KatharinaRoenisch

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.

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 Barber'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 1 on steamers sailing
10 Pf. German stamp for postal cards 1 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 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: 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., The Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd., Marconi House, Strand.

Rome, Compagnia Internationale Marconi per le Communicazioni Marittime, Via del Collee Romano No. 15.

BRUSSELS, La Compagnie de TelOgraphie Sans Rue Brederode No. 13.

Moreover, wireless messages tJ 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 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 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 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 Jpportunities to take unfair advantage of others,

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