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Passenger List, Norddeutscher Lloyd, S.S. Sierra Ventana, 29 August 1931

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. Sierra Ventana of the North German Lloyd, Departing 29 August 1931 from Bremen to New York, Commanded by Captain D. Ballehr.

List of Cabin Passengers

Norddeutscher Lloyd / North German Lloyd

S.S. Sierra Ventana
Captain D. Ballehr
From Bremen to New York
Saturday, 29 August 1931

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain D. Ballehr
  2. First Officer K. Harder
  3. Second Officer A. Eyben
  4. Second Officer E. Biet
  5. Third Officer H. Bischoff
  6. Fourth Officer K. Hinsch
  7. Fourth Officer u. F.-T. G. Hempen
  8. Physician Dr. H. Probandt
  9. First Chief Engineer D Osmer
  10. Second Chief Engineer L. Thiele
  11. Third Chief Engineer E. Haas
  12. Fourth Chief Engineer W. Dannich
  13. Purser E. Tielbaar
  14. Assistant Purser E. Boy
  15. Chief Steward K. Stiehl
  16. Chief Steward Tourist Class G. Hager
  17. Assistant Chief Steward J. Lukscha
  18. Chief Cook P. Fiebach
  19. Baggagge Master W. Decker
  20. First Radio Officer H. Kuhlmann
  21. Second Radio Officer H. Mell
  22. Intrepreter O. Krcil

Ships List of Cabin Passengers

Front Cover - Passenger List, S.S. Sierra Ventana, Norddeutscher Lloyd, August 1931, Bremen to New York

  1. Miss Ellen Acton
  2. Mrs. Elfriede Andrae
  3. Miss Ursula Andrae
  4. Robert Andrae
  5. Dorothea Andrae
  6. Mrs. Bertha
  7. Barron-Berthald
  8. Miss Julliet Benjamin
  9. Mrs. Emma Bennewitz
  10. Mr. Herbert G. Bigelow
  11. Mrs. Else Burg
  12. Mr. Elmer H. Carlton
  13. Mr. Herz Cohen
  14. Miss Susan Comes
  15. Miss Alice Comes
  16. Miss Gertrude Comes
  17. Mr. A. Ernst Comes
  18. Mrs. Mac A. Comes
  19. Miss Marguerite
  20. M. Cran
  21. Rev. Odoric Derenthal
  22. Mrs. Pauline Eder
  23. Mrs. Anna Eitel
  24. Miss Edith H. Farnham
  25. Mrs. Malia Filiurin
  26. Mr. Eduard Filiurin
  27. Mr. Hartwig Franzen
  28. Mr. Gustav J. Freudenberg
  29. Mr. Marvin Wm. Freudenberg
  30. Mr. Gustav Fried Freudenberg
  31. Miss Alice M. Furman
  32. Mr. H. F. Gable
  33. Mrs. Margarete Gastmeyer
  34. Miss Liselotte Gastmeyer
  35. Hannelore Gastmeyer
  36. Dr. George Geffers
  37. Mrs. George Geffers
  38. Miss Irene Geffers
  39. Mr. Josef Giffel
  40. Mr. Oskar Giese
  41. Mrs. Berta Giese.Seiter
  42. Mrs. Johanna Goehmann
  43. Miss EmmaGoehmann
  44. Mrs. Frieda Gunther
  45. Miss Sophie F. Halbwachs
  46. Miss Louise Halbwachs
  47. Mrs. L. Halperin
  48. Miss Halperin
  49. Miss Josephine Hann
  50. Miss Pauline Hann
  51. Rev. Ferdinand Heckman
  52. Mr. Theo Hengstenberg
  53. Mrs. Elizabeth Hengstenberg
  54. Mr. Stanley Hess
  55. Mrs. Anita Helen Hess
  56. Miss Dora Husemann
  57. Mrs. Rose G, Jacobs
  58. Joshua Jacobs
  59. Mrs. Barbara Junemann
  60. Miss Lisel Kambeitz
  61. Mr. George Keller
  62. Mr. Alvin Kranich
  63. Mrs. Elizabeth Laise
  64. Clamans Laise
  65. Mrs. Bernhardine Lanz
  66. Dr. Wassily Leontief
  67. Mr. Sylvan Levin
  68. Mr. Edgar Newton Lupfer
  69. Mrs. Minnie B. Lupfer
  70. Mr. Alex Mendelson
  71. Mrs. Anna R. Mendelson
  72. Miss Dorothy Mendelson
  73. Dr. Oskar Michel
  74. Mr. Ernest A. Muhly
  75. Mrs. Johanna Neustadt
  76. Miss Rosalie O'Dea
  77. Miss Elizabeth O'Dea
  78. Dr. Daniel Ortiz--Berumen
  79. Dr. Carl Ottersbach
  80. Mr. Professor Philip M. Palmer
  81. Mrs. Anne Marie Palmer
  82. Mr. Professor Harry W. Pfund
  83. Mrs. Marie Pfund
  84. Mr. William J. Pfund
  85. Mrs. Anna M. Pfund
  86. Mrs. Lois Puttlitz-Levin
  87. Miss Wilhelmine Radder
  88. Miss Elsie Rayens
  89. Mr. Hugo W. Raymann
  90. Mrs. Anna Raymann
  91. Miss Elizabeth Raymann
  92. Miss Beatrice Raymann
  93. Mrs. Sophie Raymann
  94. Miss Claire Rebenklau
  95. Miss Rebecca Rose
  96. Mrs. Pauline Rose
  97. Mr. Charles E. Shull
  98. Mrs. Elizabeth Shull
  99. Miss Francis B. Shull
  100. Miss Helen Simon
  101. Mr. Otto R. Spies
  102. Miss Carolina Schaeben
  103. Mrs. Dora F. Schilling
  104. Mr. Robert Schmidt
  105. Mrs. Louise Schmidt
  106. Miss Virginia Schmidt
  107. Miss Alice Schoof
  108. Sister M. Maria
  109. Sister M. Stefanie
  110. Sister M. Thomasina
  111. Sister M. Ursula
  112. Mrs. Louise Stark
  113. Arthur Stark
  114. Miss Luise Stenglein
  115. Mrs. Dora Stern
  116. Hannelore Stern
  117. Mr. Stefan Talaber
  118. Mrs. Lillie Thurston
  119. Dr. Harold
  120. Frank Tidwell
  121. Mrs. H. F. Tidwell
  122. Miss Virginia Tidwell
  123. Miss Shirley Tidwell
  124. Mr. Albert Waegerle
  125. Mrs. Anna Waegerle
  126. John Waegerle
  127. Mr. Albert Werner
  128. Hildegard Werner
  129. Erika Werner
  130. Mr. Charles Wester
  131. Mr. Paul Windisch
  132. Mrs. Barbara Windisch
  133. Paul Windisch
  134. Frank Windisch
  135. William Windisch
  136. Miss Marga Winterhalter
  137. Mr. Erwin Wunsche
  138. Mr. John H. Zuercher
  139. Mrs. Marguerite Zuerdier

The City of Bremen receives its Overseas Guests at the Columbus Quay, in Bremerhaven, in the European "Station on the Sea-front". In PA hours by train or 50 minutes by motorcar one reaches the 70 Kilometers distant City on the Weser, the old Hanseatic City of Bremen; the city which, as a cultivated patrician city with its magnificent sites, offers the travelling public beautiful historical buildings and select Hotels and Restaurants, and at the same time, possessing most modern docks, is the busy centre of an extensive overseas-trade.

In contrast to the everyday appearance of many of the Hanseatic towns Bremen presents an architectural picture which makes everyone feel at home. Century-old tradition has made its impression. The Market Square is the focus of all that is characteristic of this city.

The grouping of such venerable buildings as the magnificent City Hall, the valiant Roland, the Cathedral Spires reaching heavenwards, the golden "Schiitting" (Chamber of Commerce) was created from that proud, independent spirit of citizenship which has made Bremen. It was the same energy of tenacious citizenship that sailed the first steamship on the Weser, inaugurated the first regular transatlantic Mail Line between Bremen and New York, created the first commercial submarine and rendered possible the first East-to-West Airflight over the ocean.

But all this has not disturbed the dignified tranquillity of the City. The centre of the city is too distant from the docks, shipyards and factories to be affected by their noises. The old moats are still in a good state of preservation and, like a green garland, entwine the actual City with its numerous reminiscences of the German medieval period.

Although modern Offices and Administration buildings have sprung up in the City and the Rhythm of Life has become more pronounced, the melody has remained the same. Even Romance survives and has found an expression as equally intrepid as it is strong, in the BiittcherstraBe which branches-off from the Market Square.

No wonder then, that many a globe-trotter was captivated with Bremen and meditatively sat in the "Ratskeller" brooding over the question as to how it was that this City offered a feeling of security and at the same time disclosed so much energy; how it was that this City supplied the whole of Europe with Cotton, has old Buildings, and is the home of the Norddeutscher Lloyd who can claim as their own, the fastest ships in the world, "Bremen" and "Europa", and who open up connections to all parts of the globe.

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.

D oppelschrauben=Postdampfer
11 392 Brutto -Reg.-Tons, 149,51 m Lange, 18,84 m Breite

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