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Passenger List, Swedish American Line, S.S. Kungsholm, 1 October 1932

First and Tourist Class Passenger List for the S.S. Kungsholm of the Swedish American Line, Departing 1 October 1932 from Gothenburg to New York, Commanded by Captain Helge A. F. Ellsén. Written in Swedish and Englsih.

List of First and Tourist Class Passengers

Swenska Amerika Linien / Swedish American Line

S.S. Kungsholm

Captain Helge A. F. Ellsén

From Gothenburg to New York

Saturday, 1 October 1932

Front Cover - Passenger List, Swedish American Line, S.S. Kungsholm, 1 October 1932

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Helge A. F. Ellsén
  2. Chief Officer: F. W. Öhrwall
  3. Chief Engineer: O. Z. Pehrson
  4. Parser: G. A. Dahlström
  5. Physician: Bengt Ihre
  6. First Class Chief Steward: Olof Jensen
  7. Tourist Class Chief Steward: Otto Anderzon

Ships List of First Class Passengers

  1. Miss Agnes Alnes
    St. Paul MN
  2. Mr. Peter Anderson
    Braddock PA
  3. Mr. Orville Barnett
    New York
  4. Miss Lucy Berman
    USA
  5. Miss Alice Brockett
    New York
  6. Mr. Petter Christophersen
    Arlington NJ
  7. Mrs. Christophersen
    Arlington NJ
  8. Mr. Stig Denéus
    New York
  9. Mrs. Denéus
    New York
  10. Mr. Joseph Edland
    Bloomfield NJ
  11. Mrs. Edland
    Bloomfield NJ
  12. Mr. Morris W. Gates
    Cincinnati OH
  13. Miss Amanda Gustafson
    Pittstown NJ
  14. Mr. Magnus Hallberg
    Fort Worth, Texas
  15. Mrs. Hallberg
    Fort Worth, Texas
  16. Mrs. Birgitta Holmsten-Gulker
    Brooklyn, NY
  17. Mrs. Emma Holst
    New York
  18. Mr. Fredrik Horney
    Stockholm Engineer
  19. Mr. H. D. Ides
    New York
  20. Mrs. Ides
    New York
  21. Dr. Nils W. Janson
    Cincinnati OH
  22. Miss Nina Jensen-Brydegaard
    Larchmont NY
  23. Miss Margrethe Jessen
    Nakskov
  24. Miss Alfhild Johanson
    New York
  25. Mrs. Inez Kalderen
    Stockholm
  26. Mr. Carl C-son Kjellberg
    Havanna Konsul
  27. Mrs. Eva Kjellberg
    Havanna
  28. Mrs. Maria Larson
    Alrington, MA
  29. Director T. I. Lindhagen
    Stockholm
  30. Mr. Robert Lundell
    New York
  31. Mr. Th. Magnusson
    Gothenburg Editor
  32. Mr. Hugo Nelson
    New York
  33. Mrs. Nelson
    New York
  34. Mr. Mario Pagan
    New York
  35. Mrs. Vavis Peterson-Hoyt
    Larchmont NY
  36. Mrs. Edw. C. Raab
    NJ
  37. Miss Marjorie Raab
    East Orange NJ
  38. Mr. Philip Richardson
    New York
  39. Mrs. Richardson
    New York
  40. Newell Richardson
    New York
  41. Mr. Kurt Ruhrseitz
    New York
  42. Mrs. Ruhrseitz
    New York
  43. Director C. Rickard Saabye-Christiansen
    Stockholm
  44. Director Johan Sande
    Stockholm
  45. Mr. H. J. Slocum
    Charleston SC
  46. Mrs. Slocum
    Charleston SC
  47. Miss Katherine White
    Philadelphia PA

Ships List of Tourist Passengers

  1. Mr. Philip Ahlberg
    New York
  2. Mrs. Ahlberg
    New York
  3. Mrs. Hildegard Alm
    Malden, MA
  4. Miss Gudrun Andersen
    Washington, DC
  5. Mr. Axel F. Anderson
    Tewksbury, MA
  6. Mrs. Christine Anderson
    Oakland, CA
  7. Miss Elin Anderson
    New York
  8. Miss Esther H. Anderson
    Flushing, Long Island, NY
  9. Miss Helen Anderson
    Chicago, IL
  10. Mr. John T. Anderson
    Elgin, IL
  11. Miss Marie Anderson
    Short Hills, NJ
  12. Mrs. Selma Anderson
    New York
  13. Mr. Gunnar Arndt
    Marcus Hook, PA
  14. Mrs. Arndt
    Marcus Hook, PA
  15. Mrs. Ingeborg Aspman
    USA
  16. Kurt Aspman
    USA
  17. Mrs. Tekla Beauchamp
    Berkeley, CA
  18. Mrs. Edith Benson
    Brooklyn, NY
  19. Miss Astrid Berglund
    USA
  20. Mr. Gustaf Bergman
    Mexico City, Mexico
  21. Mr. Charles Bergström
    Brooklyn, NY
  22. Miss Lydia Blomquist
    Providence, RI
  23. Mr. Edward Bowers
    New York
  24. Miss Sonja Bremer
    New York
  25. Mr. G. E. Carlson
    Middletown, CT
  26. Miss Clara M. Carlson
    USA
  27. Miss Elsie Carlson
    Chicago, IL
  28. Mr. F. Carlson
    Santa Barbara, CA
  29. Mr. Gustaf Carlson
    Chicago, IL
  30. Mrs. Carlson
    Chicago, IL
  31. Mrs. Helga C. Carlson
    New York
  32. Miss Nanny Carlson
    Washington, DC
  33. Miss Clara Christopherson
    Chicago, IL
  34. Mrs. Frida Dahlman
    Orange, NJ
  35. Miss Florence Dahlman
    Orange, NJ
  36. Miss Mathilda Daleen
    Bronx, NY
  37. Mr. David Dalin
    USA
  38. Mrs. Agda Danielson
    Watertown, MA
  39. Mr. Hj. Ellström
    Nyby
  40. Mrs. Lovisa Ellström
    Nyby
  41. Miss Edith Engberg
    Chicago, IL
  42. Mrs. Ellen Ericksen
    New York
  43. Mrs. Ida Erickson
    USA
  44. Miss Margit Ericson
    Hartford, CT
  45. Miss Gunhild Erlandson
    New York
  46. Mr. W. Ewaldson
    Jersey City, NJ
  47. Mr. Charles Falkenström
    Berkeley, CA
  48. Mr. Gunnar Fogman
    Detroit, MI
  49. Mrs. Fogman
    Detroit, MI
  50. Miss Julia Frank
    Woodcliff, NJ
  51. Miss Greta M. Fredrikson
    Providence, RI
  52. Miss Sofia Froberg
    Brooklyn, NY
  53. Mrs. Ida Green
    Revere, MA
  54. Miss Edith Gundlach
    USA
  55. Mr. Einar G. Gustafson
    Buffalo, NY
  56. Miss Greta Gustafson
    Brooklyn, NY
  57. Miss Eva Gustafson
    Brooklyn, NY
  58. Mrs. Olivia Gustafsson
    Hälsingborg
  59. Mr. Bertil Hallén
    Allendale, NJ
  60. Miss Barbro Hallendorff
    Stockholm
  61. Mrs. Lydia Hansen
    Brooklyn, NY
  62. Miss Zelma Hanson
    Brooklyn, NY
  63. Mr. Sulo Helenius
    New York
  64. Mrs. Helenius
    New York
  65. Miss Gertrud Hendrickson
    New York
  66. Miss Helga Henrikson
    New York
  67. Miss Linnéa Henrikson
    New York
  68. Mr. Erhard Hoglund
    Brooklyn, NY
  69. Miss Ida Holmberg
    Boston, MA
  70. Miss Corinne Horn
    Philadelphia, PA
  71. Mr. Frank Hörberg
    San Francisco, CA
  72. Mr. George Ingerman
    E. Orange, NJ
  73. Miss M. Inouye
    Astoria, Long Island, NY
  74. Mrs. Carin Jacobsen
    Pittsburgh, PA
  75. Mr. Arthur Johanson
    Lynn, MA
  76. Miss Bertha A. Johanson
    New York
  77. Mr. Otto L. Johanson
    New York
  78. Mrs. Agnes Johnson
    New York
  79. Mrs. Alfhild V. Johnson
    Boston, MA
  80. Miss Bertha A. Johnson
    Bronx, NY
  81. Miss Agnes Johnson
    USA
  82. Mr. Carl Johnson
    E. Orange, NJ
  83. Miss Elma R. Johnson
    Tacoma, WA
  84. Miss Florence Johnson
    New York
  85. Miss Jenny Johnson
    Providence, RI
  86. Miss Kajsa Johnson
    Medford, MA
  87. Mr. Karl W. Johnson
    Worcester, MA
  88. Mr. Lloyd Johnson
    Dawson, MN
  89. Mrs. Johnson
    Dawson, MN
  90. Reinold D. Johnson
    Dawson, MN
  91. Robert T. Johnson
    Dawson, MN
  92. Adele W. Johnson
    Dawson, MN
  93. Mr. Olof Johnson
    San Francisco, CA
  94. Miss Emy M. Jonason
    Philadelphia, PA
  95. Miss Iris L. Jönson
    Brooklyn, NY
  96. Miss Erika Kallioinen
    New York
  97. Mr. Johannes E. Karlson
    Brooklyn, NY
  98. Mr. J. S. Kinnear
    St. Petersburg, FL
  99. Mrs. Kinnear
    St. Petersburg, FL
  100. Mrs. Signe Kjöllerström
    Chicago, IL
  101. Mr. Kristian Klarfelt
    Worcester, MA
  102. Miss Emma Lager
    Riverdale, NY
  103. Mr. Niels Larsen
    Milburn, NJ
  104. Mr. Ernest Larson
    Chicago, IL
  105. Mrs. Frida Larson
    Milburn, NJ
  106. Miss Hilda Larson
    USA
  107. Miss Jenny H. Larson
    New York
  108. Miss Karin Larson
    New York
  109. Miss Margaret Larson
    Montclair, NY
  110. Miss Sigrid S. Larson
    New York
  111. Mrs. Helga Lidbeck
    New York
  112. Esther Lidbeck
    New York
  113. Paul Lidbeck
    New York
  114. Miss Amelia Lindberg
    Arlington NJ
  115. Miss E. A. Lindberg
    New York
  116. Miss Helen Loise
    Brooklyn, NY
  117. Mr. Sven Murberg
    Bridgeport, CT
  118. Miss Emma Mollberg
    Brålanda
  119. Mr. Fritz Naucler
    Oakdale, Long Island, NY
  120. Mr. A. L. Nelson
    USA
  121. Miss Nellie C. Lubeck
    Sacramento, CA
  122. Mrs. Hilma S. Nelson
    Watertown, MA
  123. Mrs. Emily Newberger
    New York
  124. Mrs. Esther Newstrom
    Chicago, IL
  125. Miss Hanna Nielson
    USA
  126. Miss Anna-Greta Nordström
    Stockholm
  127. Mr. Chas W. Nordström
    New York
  128. Miss Karin Nordström
    Betlehem, PA
  129. Mr. Carl Nordström
    Betlehem, PA
  130. Mr. Sven M. Norgren
    Bellair, Long Island, NY
  131. Miss Hildur K. Norman
    USA
  132. Mrs. Allie Nurmi-Huhtala
    Hartford, CT
  133. Richard Nurmi-Huhtala
    Hartford, CT
  134. Mr. Ewald Nystrom
    Brooklyn, NY
  135. Mr. Algot W. Oberg
    Brooklyn, NY
  136. Mrs. Synnöve Ohs
    Betlehem, PA
  137. Mr. Edvin Olson
    Providence, Ri
  138. Miss Emily Olson
    Chicago, IL
  139. Miss Alma Olson
    Freeport, NY
  140. Mr. Axel R. Olson
    Salt Lake City, Utah
  141. Mrs. Olson
    Salt Lake City, Utah
  142. Miss Hulda Olson
    Chicago, IL
  143. Mrs. Ingeborg Olson
    New York
  144. Miss Lilly V. Olson
    Brockton, MA
  145. Miss Linnéa Olson
    San Francisco, CA
  146. Mr. Ernst Ottoson
    New York
  147. Mr. Helmer Ostberg
    Oshkosh, Wis
  148. Miss Hermina Palmquist
    Dayton, OH
  149. Miss Dagmar Pearson
    Minneapolis, Minn
  150. Mr. Carl A. Peterson
    Plainfield, NJ
  151. Mrs. Peterson
    Plainfield, NJ
  152. Miss Emy D. Peterson
    Long Beach, NY
  153. Miss Eva Peterson
    New York
  154. Miss Hannah Peterson
    New York
  155. Mr. Johan Richthoff
    Limhamn
  156. Mrs. Greta Richthoff
    Limhamn
  157. Mrs. Elsa Salmi
    Chicago, IL
  158. Miriam Salmi
    Chicago, IL
  159. Miss Maria C. Sand
    Chicago, IL
  160. Miss Mary Sjögren
    Beverly Hills, CA
  161. Mrs. Ellen Skytte
    Bronx, NY
  162. Miss Alma Smeds
    New York
  163. Mrs. Greta Sonneson
    USA
  164. Miss Johanna Spong
    USA
  165. Miss Anna Sterner
    New York
  166. Miss Hanna Strandell
    Chicago, IL
  167. Miss Elsa Sundin
    Stockholm
  168. Mr. Lars Svensson
    Gothenburg
  169. Mrs. Sally Svensson
    Gothenburg
  170. Mr. Carl Sätterlund
    Quincy, MA
  171. Miss Carine Södergren
    USA
  172. Mrs. Hedvig Tiihonen
    Brooklyn, NY
  173. Mr. William Träff
    East Orange, NJ
  174. Mrs. Träff
    East Orange, NJ
  175. Miss Agnes Uddman
    Gardner, MA
  176. Miss Rruth Van Dellen
    Chicago, IL
  177. Miss Frida Wackenfledt
    Chicago, IL
  178. Mrs. Anna Wahlquist
    Hartford, CT
  179. Miss Vera Weiss
    New York
  180. Miss Astrid Wessman
    New York
  181. Mrs. Karin Weylerth
    Island Pk., NY
  182. Mrs. Maja Wulffschmidt
    San Francisco, CA
  183. Miss Emma Ylitalo
    Los Angeles, CA
  184. Mr. Manfred Zetterberg
    Jamestown, NY
  185. Mrs. Zetterberg
    Jamestown, NY

Information for Passengers.

THE PURSER'S OFFICE on the B-Deck is open between: 9—ii a. m. and 4—5 p. m.

MEALS are served as under:

First class

  • Breakfast at 8,30—9,30 a. m
  • Bouillon and crackers at 11 a. m
  • Luncheon at 1—2,30 p. m
  • Tea at 4,30 p. m
  • Dinner at 7—8,30 p. m
  • Buffet at about 10,30 p. m

Tourist class

  • Breakfast at 8—9 a. m
  • Luncheon at 12,30 p.m
  • Tea or coffee at 3,30 p. m
  • Dinner at 6,30 p. m
  • Buffet at about 10 p. m

A bugle and a gong will be sounded half an hour before and at the beginning of meals in the first and tourist class respectively.

SEATS AT THE DINING TABLES will be assigned by the Chief Stewards in the respective classes immediately after departure and regard will be shown, as far as possible, to the wishes of the passengers. Children under 10 paying half fare, and servants are, as a rule, served their meals separately.

FORMAL DRESS at dinner, although optional, is suggested for passengers in First Class.

LIGHTS are turned out in the Saloons and in the Smoking Rooms at 12 midnight. After this hour and up to 7 a. m. Decks and Public Rooms are usually not accessible to passengers.

SMOKING. Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloons.

BAGGAGE. Only hand baggage and »Cabin trunks» are allowed in the staterooms. Such baggage must be provided with »Stateroom» labels. Baggage marked »Wanted» is placed in the Baggage Rooms, which are accessible every day between 11—12 a. m. and 3—4 p. m. Baggage not marked in the said way will be placed in the hold and will not be accessible during the voyage.

EXTRA TABLES for use in cabins may be had through the stateroom steward, who has a limited number at his disposal.

TYPEWRITERS. A limited number is set apart for the use of passengers. Apply to the Purser’s Office.

DECK CHAIRS, STEAMER RUGS, and CHAIR CUSHIONS may be rented from the Deck Steward at a charge of Kr. 5:50, Kr. 5:50 and Kr. 2:75 respectively, for the voyage. — Blankets and pillows must not be taken from the staterooms for use on deck.

GYMNASIUM. Adjoining the aquasanium on the F-deck is the ship’s spacious gymnasium, equipped with all forms of mechanical apparatus.

BATHS. Passengers should order baths from the Bathroom Steward or the Stewardess. The bathrooms are open from 7 a. m. to 10 p. m. All baths are free of charge.

MASSAGE. The services of competent Masseurs and Masseuses are available at nominal charges. Appointment may be made through the Purser’s Office.

MEDICAL ATTENTION. A Physician and Surgeon approved by the Royal Swedish Board of Health and experienced Nurses are employed on board. Doctor’s Office is located on B-deck aft. Office hours 5—6 p. m. but the Doctor may, if necessary, be consulted at any other time. In the case of illness originating on board, no charges will be made, and such medicines as are prescribed by the Ship’s Surgeon will be furnished free of charge.

DIVINE SERVICE will generally be held on Sundays and Holy Days. Due notice will be given in the morning.

TRAP SHOOTING. Weather permitting, trap shooting with clay pigeons will be arranged daily. Further announcement will be found on Bulletin Board.

BARBERS, HAIRDRESSERS, and MANICURISTS are at the service of passengers between 8—9 a. m., 9,30 a. m.—1,30 p. m. and 3—7 p. m.

LIBRARY. Against a deposit of Kr. 10:— and receipt given to the Deck Steward, books may be borrowed, but must be returned not later than the day before arrival in port. Deposits will be refunded at the end of the voyage, or when books are returned.

MUSIC. The musicians of the Line are paid for their services by the Company and may not in any form solicit contributions from the passengers.

VALUABLES. In no case is the Company responsible for money, jewellery or other valuables, the property of passengers. Passengers are warned not to leave valuables of any kind lying about in their staterooms. Money and other valuables may be deposited in a safe at Purser’s Office. As, however, the Company makes no charge for taking care of the articles, it also accepts no responsibility for loss or damage from whatever cause arising.

MAIL to passengers, sent to the care of the Company or its vessels, is delivered on board before docking at New York. Those expecting letters should inquire for such and leave their forwarding address at the Purser’s Office prior to debarkation.

RADIOGRAMS. The liner maintains direct radio commu-nication with America and Europe throughout the voyage and is also communicating with ships in the North Atlantic Ocean. The Radio Operator will receive messages for transmission and quote rates for radiograms and Ocean letters. For further information apply to the Radio Office on Boat-deck.

GAMES of HAZARD are prohibited.

RESTRICTIONS. Passengers are restricted to the class for which their tickets call, unless an important reason can be proved for entering the accommodation reserved for another class. The Purser will in such case give the permission required.

CUSTOMS DECLARATION FOR BAGGAGE. Persons domiciled in, and returning to America, in order to avoid any difficulty with the Custom Authorities at New York, should, when onboard making out the »Baggage declaration and entry», be careful precisely to enumerate such articles as have been acquired during the sojourn in Europe, and now brought into America. This is highly important.

EXAMINATION ON Arrival. The data of information which, before embarking, each passenger supplies about himself, are entered upon so-called »Manifests » for handing to American or Canadian Immigration Authorities at the port of destination. The Authorities concerned then being in possession of such data, it is most important that the passengers at their examination on disembarking should be careful not to make any statement not in accordance with those previously given.

ARRIVALS AT NEW YORK. Passengers are landed at Pier No. 97, Foot of West 57th Street. When the required examination by the immigration officials has been completed, passengers should have their stateroom baggage brought ashore by the bedroom steward. After having ascertained that all baggage corresponding with the entry on the baggage declaration is available on the pier, the passenger should proceed to the Custom Assignment Desk and there present coupon detached on board from the baggage declaration. A custom inspector will be assigned for inspection of the baggage, and after its completion the passenger should have one of the uniformed porters to convey the baggage outside the custom’s enclosure. Passengers desiring to have their baggage transferred by express to railroad station or local address, will find Express Companies represented immediately outside the baggage enclosure.
Passengers are specially requested to claim their baggage before leaving the custom’s baggage enclosure on the pier, as otherwise considerable delay and extra charge for carriage will be incurred in forwarding to destination any baggage not accompanying passengers on railway.

AN INFORMATION BOOTH with representatives from the Line in attendance will be found immediately opposite the gangway.

PUBLIC TELEPHONES. Booths will be found at the exit of the pier.

TAXICABS can be rented at the exit of the pier.

FORWARDING of PASSENGERS. For the convenience of all passengers disembarking at our pier in New York, who are destined to interior points, the Railroad Lines out of New York, as well as Steamship Lines for Boston, have representatives on the pier to meet passengers and arrange to issue railroad tickets to all points in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as tickets to Boston, per steamer. These representatives will also arrange to check baggage through from our pier to destination, relieving passengers of the annoyance of purchasing their tickets at the depot or re-checking their baggage. Transfer charges from our pier to rail depots or steamship dock must be paid by passengers.

REFUND OF HEAD TAX. With certain exceptions all passengers other than citizens of the United States of America have to pay a so-called »Head Tax», amounting to $8:—. This tax is collected together with the purchase price of the ocean fare. Pursuant to the »Immigration Rules» of May 17, 1917, any person who, when landing at the USA, does inform the Landing Officer that he intends to depart from the U. S.A. within 60 days after the date of arrival, will on request receive from the Immigration Inspector a certificate stating the date of landing (Form. 514). On embarking for departure the traveller should hand this certificate along with receipt for Head Tax paid to the Purser who, provided the traveller has not remained in the USA a longer period than that specified therein (60 days), will refund the amount paid in respect of the said tax. Only those passengers who have already on their arrival in the USA made a statement as above and received such certificate are entitled to any refund of the Head Tax. Application for such refund should be made to the Purser or to any of the Company’s offices not later than 90 days after the date of arrival, or no refund can be made.

Notice of Quarantine No. 37

The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, advises under »Notice of Quarantine No. 37», that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category. Returning passengers, particularly those emanating from the battle fields, are caused intense disappointment through having such materials confiscated by the Customs. This regulation is brought to the notice of all passengers, especially those destined to the battle fields, who for sentimental reasons may be inclined to obtain such materials for souvenirs, etc.

About the T.M.S. Kungsholm

(T. M. S.: Twinscrew Motor Ship).

  • Built: 1928, Blohm &. Voss, Hamburg
  • Material: Steel
  • Displacement: 26,720 tons
  • Tons Register: 20,000
  • Enginepower: 22,500 I. H. K. (I. H. P)
  • Length: 608 Feet
  • Passenger capacity: 1,574
  • Crew: 355

October 1932 Westbound Voyage - T.M.S. Kungsholm

Passenger List, Svenska Amerika Linien T.M.S. Kungsholm 1932
  • Date of Voyage: 1932 October 1
  • Vessel: Kungsholm
  • Class: First and Tourist Class Passengers
  • Route: Gothenburg » New York
  • Captain: Helge A. F. Ellsén
  • Number of Printed Pages: 36 (Paginated)
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation
    • First Class : 47
    • Tourist Class: 185
    • Senior List of Senior Officers and Staff: 7
  • Language(s): Swedish and English
  • Dimensions: 11.7 x 18.3 cm

Images Available for This Passenger List

01 - Front Cover 02 - Town Hall Of Stockholm 03 - Title Page 04 - Printing 05 - Senior Officers
01 - Front Cover 02 - Town Hall Of Stockholm 03 - Title Page 04 - Printing 05 - Senior Officers
06 - Insignias Of Ships Personnel 07 - Insignias Of Ships Personnel 08 - Passenger Information 09 - Passenger Information 10 - Passenger Information
06 - Insignias Of Ships Personnel (SE) 07 - Insignias Of Ships Personnel 08 - Passenger Information (SE) 09 - Passenger Information 10 - Passenger Information (SE)
11 - Passenger Information 12 - Passenger Information 13 - Passenger Information 14 - Passenger Information 15 - Passenger Information
11 - Passenger Information 12 - Passenger Information (SE) 13 - Passenger Information 14 - Passenger Information (SE) 15 - Passenger Information
16 - Passenger Information 17 - Passenger Information 18 - Swimming Pool, Steam Room, Electrical Baths 19 - First Class Passengers 20 * First Class Passengers
16 - Passenger Information (SE) 17 - Passenger Information 18 - Swimming Pool, Steam Room, Electrical Baths 19 - First Class Passengers 20 - First Class Passengers
21 - First Class Passengers 22 - Tourist Passengers 23 - Tourist Passengers 24 - Tourist Passengers 25 - Tourist Passengers
21 - First Class Passengers 22 - Tourist Passengers 23 - Tourist Passengers 24 - Tourist Passengers 25 - Tourist Passengers
26 - Tourist Passengers 27 - Tourist Passengers 28 - Tourist Passengers 29 - Tourist Passengers 30 - Table of Distances
26 - Tourist Passengers 27 - Tourist Passengers 28 - Tourist Passengers 29 - Tourist Passengers 30 - Table of Distances
31 - Notice 32 - Offices And Agencies 33 - Kungsholms Butiken 34 - Assembly Hall - Swedish Nobility - Stockholm 35 - Back Cover
31 - Notice 32 - Offices And Agencies 33 - Kungsholms Butiken 34 - Assembly Hall - Swedish Nobility - Stockholm 35 - Back Cover

 

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