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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. Stuttgart, 26 August 1924

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Stuttgart of the North German Lloyd, Departing 26 August 1924 from Bremen for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain K. Grahn.

List of First and Second Class Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. Stuttgart

Captain K. Grahn

From Bremen to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg
Tuesday, 26 August 1924

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: K. Grahn
  2. First Officer H. Zuppe
  3. Second Officer H. Klare
  4. Second Officer K. Strauch
  5. Third Officer A. Than
  6. Fourth Officer W. Schott
  7. Fourth Officer G. Lovich
  8. Physician Dr. H. Kruger
  9. Physician Dr. Ottensmeyer
  10. Chief Engineer M. Trentelmann
  11. Second Engineer H. Haake
  12. Third Engineer D. Buck
  13. Third Engineer E. Rahm
  14. Fourth Engineer F. Muller
  15. Fourth Engineer F. Pape
  16. Fourth Engineer E. Schneider
  17. Purser E. Schmidt
  18. Assistant Purser W. Beyer
  19. Chief Steward F. Railer
  20. Chief Steward, Second Class B. Junghans
  21. Chief Steward, Third Class P. Reitzenstein
  22. Assistant Chief Steward J. Westendorf
  23. Chief Cook A. v. Salkowski
  24. Baggage Master H. Helmers
  25. First Radio Officer O. Starkloff
  26. Second Radio Officer H. 136clege
  27. Third Radio Officer W. Lampe

List of First Class Passengers

Passenger List Norddeutscher Lloyd Stuttgart August 1924
  1. Mrs. Robert Allen
  2. Miss M. L. Amyot
  3. Miss Sylvia Bayard
  4. Mr. S. A. Bendheim
  5. Mrs. S. A. Bendheim
  6. Mr. A. F. Berg
  7. Mrs. Helen P. Boyd
  8. Mr. Geo. W. Burke
  9. Mr. John Burns
  10. Mr. A. J. Chesley
  11. Miss Regina B. Gloss
  12. Miss Margaret Gloss
  13. Dr. Adolf Coblenz
  14. Dr. J. A. Cohen
  15. Mrs. Hattie Cohen
  16. Mr. Robert Cohen
  17. Mr. V. L. Conaghan
  18. Mrs. France Conaghan
  19. Mr. William R. Converse
  20. Mr. A. L. Courbalk
  21. Mr. Curtis Mrs. Curtis
  22. Mrs. N. O. Dalton
  23. Mr. CarlosDannemann
  24. Mrs. Irene Dannemann
  25. Miss Rebecca H. Davies
  26. Miss Madeleine Despinoy
  27. Mrs. Gertrude Doepper
  28. Mr. Paul Doepper
  29. Mr. Hermann Doepper
  30. Mr. Eugene Donelly
  31. Mr. Otto Donim
  32. Mr. John Diischer
  33. Mr. A. S. Drescher
  34. Mrs. A. S. Drescher
  35. Miss Drescher
  36. Mr. John Ederle
  37. Mrs. John Ederle
  38. Miss Louise Ederle
  39. Mr. Chas. W. Edward
  40. Mrs. Chas. W. Edward
  41. Mr. Ernst Feyler
  42. Mrs. Ernst Feyler
  43. Miss Helen Feyler
  44. Miss Sherman Feyler
  45. Mr. C. Findeiss
  46. Miss Margareth Findeiss
  47. Miss Rose Findeiss
  48. Mr. Frederic Fichtel
  49. Miss Fanny Freeman
  50. Mr. Prof. Carl Friedberg
  51. Mrs. B. F. Gallant
  52. Mrs. Catherina Ganson
  53. Mr. Wm. Gerstley jr.
  54. Mrs. Gratz
  55. Miss Geraldine C. Hall
  56. Mr. Chas. Hardy
  57. Mr. Levi Harrison
  58. Mrs. Levi Harrison
  59. Dr. T. S. Hart
  60. Mrs. T. S. Hart
  61. Mr. Henry Hauser
  62. Mrs. Henry Hauser
  63. Miss Rosie Hayman
  64. Mr. Wm. Heil
  65. Mrs. Wm. Heil
  66. Mr. Frederich Heil
  67. Mrs. Elizabeth Hepp
  68. Mr. Kauntha Herndon
  69. Mr. Gottfried Hirdes
  70. Mr. Godfrey Hirdes
  71. Mrs. Gottfried Hirdes
  72. Miss Neva Hirdes
  73. Mr. Alfred Hirsch
  74. Mrs. Alfred Hirsch
  75. Mr. Max Hirsch
  76. Mr. Peter Hollenbach
  77. Dr. Alexander Kahn
  78. Mrs. Alexander Kahn
  79. Miss Nora Kahn
  80. Mr. Robert Kahn
  81. Mr. Chas. W. Kaplan
  82. Mrs. Chas. W. Kaplan
  83. Miss Rita Kaplan
  84. Miss Rita Klein
  85. Mrs. A. L. Klein
  86. Mr. Alphonse Knoedler
  87. Mrs. Florence Knoedler
  88. Miss Marie Knoedler
  89. Mr. Walter Knupfer
  90. Mrs. Walter Knupfer
  91. Mr. Knupfer
  92. Mr. Frank S. Koenig
  93. Mr. J. Kraft
  94. Mrs. J. Kraft
  95. Miss Katherine Krafft
  96. Mr. Max Kraus
  97. Mr. Jerome Kraus
  98. Mr. M. Kriiger
  99. Mr. Geheimrat
  100. Dr. Kuhlo
  101. Mrs. Geheimrat
  102. Dr. Kuhlo
  103. Miss Kuhlo
  104. Mr. Gustav Kush
  105. Mrs. Hugo R. Lehrfeld
  106. Miss Eleonore Lehrfeld
  107. Dr. A. D. Lindemann
  108. Mrs. A. D. Lindemann
  109. Mr. Henry W. Luttmann
  110. Mrs. Henry W. Luttmann
  111. Mr. Chas. E. McCarthy
  112. Mrs. Alice McCarthy
  113. Mr. Fritz Mentzel
  114. Miss Patti Metzger
  115. Miss F. Mietzger
  116. Miss Bertha J. Moskovitz
  117. Mr. Bernh. Pagenstecher
  118. Miss Thekla Pick
  119. Mr. S. L. Probasco
  120. Mrs. Alice M. Probasco
  121. Mr. Oscar Lee Putnam
  122. Mr. W. Riehl
  123. Mrs. W. Riehl and Kind
  124. Mrs. Clara Rohrheimer
  125. Miss Rene Rohrheimer
  126. Miss Marcella Roessler
  127. Dr. Wilhelm Rudolph
  128. Miss Inez Scarff
  129. Mrs. Kate Shaw
  130. Miss Rose Sichel
  131. Mr. E. T. Schaffner
  132. Mr. George E. Schelley
  133. Mr. V. A. v. Schenk
  134. Mrs. C. Schuck jr.
  135. Mr. Conrad Schuck
  136. Mr. Chas. Schuck
  137. Mrs. Chas. Schuck
  138. Mr. Georg Ernest Schweig
  139. Mrs. Georg Ernest Schweig
  140. Mr. Harison Schweig
  141. Dr. F. E. Steward
  142. Mrs. F. E. Steward
  143. Miss Steward
  144. Miss Florence StraBburger
  145. Mr. Tauscher
  146. Mrs. Tauscher-Gadski
  147. Mr. Tobias
  148. Mrs. Tobias
  149. Mr. Alfred Wagner
  150. Mr. John Wagner
  151. Mrs. John Wagner
  152. Mr. G. W. Wallerich
  153. Mrs. G. W. Wallerich
  154. Mrs. Martha Walter
  155. Miss Janet Walter
  156. Mr. Richard Wassermann
  157. Mrs. Richard Wassermann
  158. Mrs. Geo Andrew White
  159. Mrs. Florence Wilcox
  160. Miss Hazel E. Wilcox
  161. Mr. Wm. F. Woodruff
  162. Mrs. Wm. F. Woodruff

To Southampton:

  1. Mr. Kornm.-Rat Dessauer
  2. Mrs. Komm.-Rat Dessauer
  3. Mr. Jaeger
  4. Mr. Lange
  5. Mrs. G. Liidke
  6. Mr. Richards Merks
  7. Mr. Herbert Weifi

List of Second Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Richard Adler
  2. Mrs. Cath. Adler
  3. Mr. Theodor Angel
  4. Mrs. Ruth Angel
  5. Miss Esther Angel
  6. Mr. Martin Baden
  7. Mrs. Amalie Baden
  8. Mr. Hermann Ballweg
  9. Mrs. Hermann Ballweg
  10. Mrs. Louise Bantel
  11. Mr. Christian Bantel
  12. Mr. Friedrich Bantel
  13. Mr. Karl Bauer
  14. Miss Barbara Becher
  15. Mr. Lamberto Belleri
  16. Mrs. Marg. Belleri
  17. Elisabeth Belleri
  18. Mr. Hugo Belz
  19. Mr. Frank Berg
  20. Mr. Fritz Bernhardt
  21. Mr. Theodore Berwitz
  22. Miss Bertha Betz
  23. Mr. Biber
  24. Mr. John Bistrisky
  25. Mrs. Marg. Bockmann
  26. Mr. Ferd. Bode
  27. Miss Marie Bode
  28. Mr. Dr.lsidorBorowicz
  29. Mrs. Minnie Borowicz
  30. Miss Frieda Brandstette
  31. Mr. Robert Brazda
  32. Mrs. Aloisie Brazda
  33. Miss Metty Brazda
  34. Miss Vera Brazda
  35. Mr. Ernest Britsche
  36. Mrs. Ernest Britsche
  37. Miss Marie Bronner
  38. Mr. Karl Brunner
  39. Mrs. Anna Brunner
  40. Irma Brunner
  41. Hilda Brunner
  42. Mr. Carl Rudolph Buchmann
  43. Miss Lela Buck
  44. Miss Alexandra Buttler
  45. Mr. John Camit
  46. Mr. Allan L. Carter
  47. Mrs. Olga M. Carter
  48. William H. Carter
  49. Mr. Albert Cohen
  50. Mr. John Cordts
  51. Mrs. Meta Cordts
  52. Miss Dorothea Cordts
  53. Mrs. Pauline Cornelissen
  54. Miss Maria Corney
  55. Mrs. Jette Degel
  56. Mr. Max Diamond
  57. Mrs. Max Diamond
  58. Mr. Dragish Djokich
  59. Mrs. Anna Djokich
  60. Mr. H. H. Douglas
  61. Mr. Fred Drexel
  62. Mr. Paul F. Dubois
  63. Mrs. Helene Dubois
  64. Mr. August Ebert
  65. Mrs. Helene Edze
  66. Mr. Michael Ehrensperger
  67. Mr. G. J. Ekelof
  68. Mrs. G. J. Ekelof
  69. Mr. Anton Faktor
  70. Mr. Anton Fischer
  71. Mr. Adam Foyer
  72. Rev. A. R. Freischmidt
  73. Mr. David Fried
  74. Mrs. David Fried
  75. Raphael Fried
  76. Mr. Carl Friedman
  77. Mr. Joseph F. Frohlich
  78. Mr. Caspar Geis
  79. Mrs. Ottilia Geis
  80. Mr. Henry GObel
  81. Mrs. Clara Gael
  82. Mr. Andrew Golz
  83. Mr. Jacob Graeber
  84. Mr. Rudolf Graf
  85. Mr. William Graf
  86. Mrs. Marie Graf
  87. Rev. Wm. John Greene
  88. Mrs. Marie GroB
  89. Wilhelmine GroB
  90. Charlotte Groff
  91. Mr. J. Mc. Gruer
  92. Mrs. J. Mc. Gruer
  93. Mr. Gottfried Giintensberger
  94. Mrs. Caroline Giintensberger
  95. Maria Giinther
  96. Mrs. Marie Haarer
  97. Anne Haarer
  98. Dr. A. M. Haas
  99. Mrs. A. M. Haas
  100. Miss Anna Haase
  101. Mr. Engelbert Habersberger
  102. Mrs. Engelbert Habersberger
  103. Charles Habersberger
  104. Helene Habersberger
  105. Mr. Wilhelm Hammelehle
  106. Mr. Max Hartig
  107. Mrs. Klara Hartig
  108. Frani. Lydia Hauser
  109. Frau'. Rosine Haussermann
  110. Rev. George Heck
  111. Miss Rosa Heeg
  112. Mr. Joseph Heller
  113. Miss Elise Heinlein
  114. Mr. Heinrich Heyen
  115. Mr. Arthur G. Heyer
  116. Mr. Prof. Carl Hinze
  117. Mrs. Pauline Hinze
  118. Mr. Frank J, Hoeschler
  119. Mrs. Minnie Hoeschler
  120. Mr. Prof. William Holdermann
  121. Mrs. Anna Holdermann
  122. Mr. Jacob Huber
  123. Mrs. Pauline Huber
  124. Josef Huber
  125. Dr. Geo Irvine
  126. Mrs. Geo Irvine
  127. Dr. Maurice Jacobs
  128. Mrs. Minnie Jacobs
  129. Miss Marie Jansen
  130. Mr. Albert Jucker
  131. Mr. Andreas Kaim
  132. Mr. John Kamena
  133. Mrs. Sophie Karl
  134. Mr. Theodor Kassmeier
  135. Mr. Leon Keller
  136. Mr. Edmund Keppler
  137. Mr. Emil Kestenholz
  138. Mrs. Mary Kestenholz
  139. Mrs. Johanna Kinzler
  140. Mrs. Claire Kircher
  141. Mr. Harry Kircher
  142. Frances Kircher
  143. Mr. Ferdinand Kirchner
  144. Mrs. Anna Kleine
  145. Hans Kleine
  146. Mrs. August Klingelhofer
  147. Miss Marie Koch
  148. Mr. Jacob Kohleis
  149. Mr. Pastor D. Kolfhaus
  150. Mr. Rudolf Korling
  151. Mr. Eduard Krosca
  152. Miss Ella Krug
  153. Miss Mary Kiihnberger
  154. Mrs. Anna Kunzmann
  155. Sophie Kunzmann
  156. Fred Kunzmann
  157. Mr. Charles Kurth
  158. Mrs. Paula Lange
  159. Mr. Peter Langensiepen
  160. Mrs. Rosa Langensiepen
  161. Mrs. Frieda Lasch
  162. Mr. Eduard Leibold
  163. Mrs. Agnes Leibold
  164. Mr. Otto Link
  165. Mr. Sidney Littmann
  166. Mrs. Luise Littmann
  167. Mr. Karl Lubitz
  168. Mrs. Hermine Lubitz
  169. Mr. Gabriel Lucan
  170. Mr. Casar Lutz
  171. Mrs. Berta Lutz
  172. Mr. Fred Maenner
  173. Miss Katharina Maier
  174. Mr. John Maisch
  175. Mr. Carl Maisch
  176. Mrs. R. Martin
  177. Mr. Emil Martin
  178. Mr. Nick Meder
  179. Mrs. Minnie Meder
  180. Mr. Ernst Meldau
  181. Miss Paula Metz
  182. Mr. Paul Meurer
  183. Mrs. Auguste Meyer
  184. Mr. Prof. Dr. ing. F. W. Meyer
  185. Mr. Conrad Miller
  186. Mrs. Marie Miller
  187. Mr. Scholem Minkus
  188. Mr. Fred Mohring
  189. Mrs. Charlotte Mohring
  190. Mr. Paul Muller
  191. Mr. Frank Muzik
  192. Mr. James Newman
  193. Mr. Louis Niebling
  194. Mrs. Alma Niebling
  195. Frau'. Mary Niebling
  196. Mr. Joseph Nolte
  197. Mrs. Katharina v. Oehsen
  198. Clara v. Oehsen
  199. Anneliese v. Oehsen
  200. Frail. Frieda Off
  201. Mr. Gustav Palnau
  202. Mr. William Paul
  203. Mr. Vincze Peitl
  204. Mrs. Elisabeth Peitl
  205. Jozsef Peitl
  206. Else Peitl
  207. Miss Mary Pfaff
  208. Mr. Ferd. Pfeiffer
  209. Mrs. Wilhelmine Pfeiffer
  210. Mr. Michael Piesmayr
  211. Mrs. Elise Popp
  212. Mr. Leonhard Popp
  213. Mr. August Reichrath
  214. Mrs. Philippine Reichrath
  215. Miss Magdalena Reichrath
  216. Luise Reichrath
  217. Norbert Reichrath
  218. Willi Reichrath
  219. Mrs. Anna M. Renz
  220. Mr. Martin Renz
  221. Mr. August Rettinger
  222. Mr. Prof. Dr. Riepel
  223. Miss Elise Rimmler
  224. Miss Anna Roth
  225. Rev. Francis Ruhmann
  226. Mr. Friedrich Rhyner
  227. Mr. Josef Rosenfeld
  228. Miss Theresia Sadler
  229. Mr. Salter
  230. Mrs. Salter
  231. Mr. John Sherridan
  232. Mrs. John Sherridan
  233. Mr. Gottlieb Shilling
  234. Mr. Charles Shuff
  235. Mrs. Emilia Shuff
  236. Charles Shuff
  237. Mr. Heinrich Siebert
  238. Mr. Philip Simon
  239. Miss Mathilde Singer
  240. Miss Mathilde Spettel
  241. Miss Margaret Spettel
  242. Miss Alice Sullivan
  243. Mrs. Clara Siiss
  244. Miss Hildegard Sass
  245. Miss Lydia Sass
  246. Elli Sass
  247. Mrs. Frieda Schaadt
  248. Ruth Schaadt
  249. Mr. Paul Schafer
  250. Mrs. Ida Schafer
  251. Rev. John Scheyer
  252. Miss M. Schlichting
  253. Miss C. Schlichting
  254. Rev. Othmer Schneeberger
  255. Mrs. Louise Schon
  256. Mr. Paul Schrudde
  257. Mrs. Pauline Schudel
  258. Mr. Alexander Schudel
  259. Mr. Charles Schuff
  260. Mrs. Emilia Schuff
  261. Charles Schuff
  262. Mr. Schulgeld
  263. Mrs. Schulgeld
  264. Frau]. Ella Schwarz
  265. Mr. Richard Steckmann
  266. Mrs. Luise Steckmann
  267. Miss Elisabeth Steckmann
  268. Mr. Herbert Steiger
  269. Mrs. Th. Steiger
  270. Mr. John Stimpfli
  271. Mrs. Marie Stimpfli
  272. Frail. Marie Stimpfli
  273. Mr. William Stortz
  274. Mr. Valentine Stortz
  275. Mrs. Luise Stumpenhausen
  276. Mrs. Maria Sturm
  277. Mrs. Friederike Tammoing
  278. Mr. Valentin Tammoing
  279. Miss Johanna Theobald
  280. Miss Laura Theobald
  281. Rev. John Thillmann
  282. Mr. Andreas Thoma
  283. Mr. August Tietz
  284. Mrs. Minna Tietz
  285. Erich Tietz
  286. Frank Tietz
  287. Mr. Wiih. Trautwein
  288. Robert Trautwein
  289. Walter Trautwein
  290. Mrs. Luise Trautwein
  291. Miss Lina Trautwein
  292. Mr. Angelus Vagts
  293. Mrs. Angelus Vagts
  294. Mr. WilliamVerderber
  295. Mrs. Emilie Verderber
  296. Miss Emma C. Vogel
  297. Miss Bertha Vogel
  298. Mrs. Hedwig Voges
  299. Mr. Georg Vogt
  300. Mrs. Emma Vogt
  301. Susanne Vogt
  302. Mr. Jacob Wagner
  303. Mrs. Olga Wagner
  304. Miss Florence Wagner
  305. Mr. Eugen Wagner
  306. Mr. Heinrich Wambach
  307. Mrs. Lilly Waterstrat
  308. Miss Maria Watofohr
  309. Miss Gertrud Watofohr
  310. Mr. August Weidmann
  311. Miss Bertha Weinberg
  312. Miss Marie Therese Weirich
  313. Miss Annie G. Wettermann
  314. Mr. Theodor Wilm
  315. Mrs. Magdalene Wilm
  316. Mr. Wm. Witte
  317. Mrs. Mary Wittmann
  318. Mr. Theodor Wolf
  319. Mrs. Mina Wolf
  320. Miss Bertha Wolf
  321. Mrs. Ida Worch
  322. Mr. Myer Zaslaw
  323. Mrs. Mayolie Zaslaw
  324. Mr. Henry Zorn

Information for Cabin Passengers.

Important!
Letters for Passengers
will be brought on board at the port of destination before the Passengers lanil. In their own interest, therefore, Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

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 comfort and order on board.
Change of Cabin. Passengers desiring to change their accommodation while on board must apply to the purser who, alone, is authorised to make the transfer. If higher graded accommodation is desired the difference in fare must be paid accordingly.

Meals will be served as follows:

I. Class 11. Class
Breakfast from 7.30 —10 a. m., at 7.30 a. m. and 8.30 a. m.
Lunch " 12.30— 2 p. m., " 12 m. " 1 p. m.
Dinner " 6.30— 8 p. m., " 6 p. m. " 7 p. m.

Children are served in the Childrens' Dining Room, Breakfast from 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.

Seats in the Dining Saloon may be reserved beforehand upon application to the Chief Steward.

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

A good selection of beverages is carried on hoard. Drinks brough on board by the Passengers will not be served in the Dining Room. Prices are fixed in U. S. currency.

The Dining Room will be closed at 11 p. m., the Smoking Room at midnight. Drinks will be served till 11.30 p. m.

Passengers will please take note that to ensure their nightly rest, the lights in the Conversation Rooms and on the Promenade Deck will be extinguished at 11.30 p. m., those in the Smoking Room at 12 midnight.

Passengers are requested not to order any beverages in the Smoking Room after 11.30 p. m. and not to frequent the Promenade Deck between 11 p. m. and 7 a. m.

Baggage. Only small parcels, and hand baggage in limited quantity may be taken into the stateroom. Trunks and other bulky articles must be stored in the baggage room, to which Passengers have access daily, if possible, if accompanied by an officer or the baggage master.

Each passenger must fill up a "Customs-Declaration" of his or her personal luggage.

In the case of families the oldest member is entitled to fill up this declaration for the whole family. Blank forms will be distributet on board the steamer.

Money, valuables Sic. A safe is located in the Chief Stewards Office, accessible to Passengers at all times. The safedeposit boxes are under the control of the passenger who is provited with the key. The rent for the trip is $ 1.— for small, and $ 2.— for large boxes. The purser will also accept valuables &c. duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The purser will give a receipt on demand.

Library. A library on board is placed at the disposal of the cabin Passengers. A list of the books will be found in the Saloon.

Doctor. A duly qualified Doctor is on board who will, free of charge, attend to Passengers falling sick during the voyage.

Bath Rooms. Passengers who desire to make use of the bath rooms, are requested to write their names, and the hour selected, on the list placed in the ante-room.

Barber. A tariff fixed in U. S. currency is exhibited in the Barber's saloon.

Cigars, Cigarettes and Playing Cards are obtainable in the Smoking-Room at fixed prices, in U. S. currency.

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

Letters and Telegrams. The Chief Steward is charged with the distribution of incoming mail.

Letters for Passengers will be brought on board at the port of destination before the Passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

Before leaving the ship Passengers are recommended to leave their address in a book at the pursers office, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded to them.
Letters and telegrams may be directed in cio any of the company's agents.

Telegrams which are to be despatched from the next port are accepted at the purser's office only; wireless messages at the ship's wireless station.

Deck Chairs and blankets may be hired of the Deck Stewards on board at a charge of $ 1.50 each for the voyage.

Pastimes and Games are provided on board.

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 of inspection every morning. The wishes of the Passengers will be considered in the best possible manner.

Wireless Telegraph. The Wireless Telegraph Station on board the steamer is in daily touch with ail Coastal Stations either direct or through the medium of passing steamers.

All particulars respecting conditions of transmission, duration, tariff, &c. may be obtained on application at the station on board.

News received by wireless telegraphy will be published daily.

Landing. Every first, second and cabin class passenger will be furnished during the voyage with a landing card bearing his name. This card must be presented in the dining room to the Immigration Officers who board the steamer at Quarantine Station.

The card will be stamped after inspection and returned to passenger who has to present it again to an Official of the Company when leaving the steamer.

No passenger will be permitted to land without this stamped card.

Hand Baggage after having passed the customs on the pier may be forwarded thence at tariff rates by the Travelers Transfer Company, Steneck Building, Hoboken, N. J., Porters of the company are stationed at the pier.

Firearms. The carrying of fire arms of any kind is prohibited by law in the U. S. A. Offenders are liable to heavy fines and punishment.

DoppelschraubenPostdampfer "STUTTGART"
13 325 Brutto-Reg. -Tons, 160,60 m Lange, 19,80 m Breite

August 1924 Westbound Voyage - S.S. Stuttgart

Passenger List Norddeutscher Lloyd Stuttgart August 1924
  • Date of Voyage: 1924 August 26 - September 6
  • Vessel: Stuttgart
  • Class: First and Second Class Passengers
  • Route: Bremen » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: K. Grahn
  • Number of Printed Pages: 41
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • First Class Passengers (Note 1): Count Not Reported
    • Second Class Passengers (Note 1): Count Not Reported
    • Officers and Staff: 27
    Language(s): German / English
  • Notable Passengers: Not Researched
  • Dimensions: 12 x 20 cm
  • Binding: Center Staples
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 225, Column 1
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