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Passenger List, Swedish American Line, S.S. Gripsholm, 19 September 1936

Cabin and Tourist Passenger List for the S.S. Gripsholm of the Swedish American Line, Departing on 19 September 1936 from Gothenburg to New York, Commanded by Captain J. M. Renström.

List of Cabin and Tourist Class Passengers

Swenska Amerika Linien / Swedish American Line

S.S. Gripsholm

Captain J. M. Renström

From Gothenburg to New York

Saturday, 19 September 1936

List of Senior officers and Staff

  • Captain: J. M. Renström
  • Chief Officer: H. NORDENSON
  • Chief Engineer: ERIK G. JOHANSSON
  • Physician: GEORG HOLMBERG
  • Purser: NILS ARELIGS
  • Assistant Purser: ERNST HEDITAN
  • Cabin Class Chief Steward: Carl Morgan
  • Tourist Class Chief Steward: S. Sollander

Passenger List, S.S. Gripsholm, Swedish American Line, September 1936, Gothenburg to New York

List of Cabin Passengers

Includes Room No. and Home State/City/Country

  1. Miss Judith Almgren
    25. New York
  2. Mrs. . Aurora Andersen
    70. Pittsburgh, Pa
  3. Dr. Alfred Anderson
    86. Brooklyn, N. Y
  4. Mrs. . Anderson
    86. Brooklyn, N. Y
  5. Minister Harald Bildt
    20. Alexandria
  6. Miss Jenny Borgman
    64. Great Neck, L. I
  7. Minister W. Boström
    22. Washington, D. C
  8. Mrs. . Boström
    22. Washington, D. C
  9. Mr. Elliot G. Brackett
    84. Boston, Mass
  10. Mrs. . Brackett
    84. Boston, Mass
  11. Consul F. G. Brander
    33. Buenos Aires
  12. Mrs. . Brander
    33. Buenos Aires
  13. Miss Ruth Briiske
    100. Washington, D. C
  14. Dr. C. F. Böninger
    8. Stockholm
  15. Mrs. . Böninger
    8. Stockholm
  16. Mr. Carl J. Carlson
    102. New York
  17. Mrs. . Carlson
    102. New York
  18. Miss Wilhelmina Cederquist
    80. New York
  19. Mrs. . Harry Christiernin
    57. New York
  20. Counsellor J. W. Eickhoff
    18. Washington, D. C
  21. Mrs. . Eickhoff
    18. Washington, D. C
  22. Master Nils Eickhoff
    16. Washington, D. C
  23. Master Hans Eickhoff
    16. Washington, D. C
  24. Mr. Conrad Forsberg
    92. New York
  25. Miss R. Freeman
    65. Chicago, IL
  26. Mrs. Arthur Frisk
    23. Stockholm
  27. Mr. F. H. Gyllensward
    106. New York
  28. Mrs. Gyllensward
    106. New York
  29. Miss Helen G. Harmon
    91. New York
  30. Mrs. Carl Hedman
    67. Chicago, IL
  31. Miss L. Helander
    63. Long Island City, N. Y
  32. Dr. Anna Hellberg
    29. New York
  33. Miss Inga-Lisa Hennig
    34. Borås
  34. Mr. Henry S. Henschen
    10. Chicago, IL
  35. Mrs. . B. W. Huebsch
    26. New York
  36. Master Ian Huebsch
    26. New York
  37. Miss Lillian Jackson
    91. Cannondale, Conn
  38. Miss Birgitta Jensen
    93. Stockholm
  39. Miss Anna S. Johnson
    58. Joliet, IL
  40. Mr. Tang Jorgensen
    30. Huntington, Long Island, NY
  41. Mrs. Jorgensen
    30. Huntington, Long Island, NY
  42. Dr. Lauri Järvinen
    90. Turku, Finland
  43. Mrs. Järvinen
    90. Turku, Finland
  44. Miss Eugenia Kilpatrick
    80. New York
  45. Mrs. Leonora Kohler
    60. New Canaan, Conn
  46. Mr. George H. P. Lacey
    61. U. S. A
  47. Mr. Winfield S. Lane
    59. Greensburg, PA
  48. Mr. Juel Larsen
    11. Albany, N. Y
  49. Mrs. Larsen
    11. Albany, N. Y
  50. Master Peter Larsen
    11. Albany, N. Y
  51. Mr. Sigfrid A. Larson
    95. New York
  52. Mr. Oscar Lenna
    66. Jamestown, N. Y
  53. Mr. Linden
    5. Stockholm
  54. Mrs. Linden
    5. Stockholm
  55. Mr. Brynolf Lundquist
    71. Moss
  56. Mr. Wm. McKelvy
    73. Pittsburgh, PA
  57. Mrs. Alma Michelini
    68. New York
  58. Mr. George F. Milton
    69. Chattanooga, Tenn
  59. Mr. Lorimer Moe
    72. Jamestown, N. Y
  60. Mr. Edgar R. du Mont
    2. New York
  61. Mrs. du Mont
    2. New York
  62. Mrs. Bertha Morgan
    35. Akron, OH
  63. Miss Joan Morgan
    35. Akron, OH
  64. Minister W. Morgenstierne
    1. Washington, D. C
  65. Mrs. Morgenstierne
    1. Washington, D. C
  66. Miss Marjorie Morgenstierne
    1. Washington, D. C
  67. Mr. Arthur F. Mullen
    82. Washington, D. C
  68. Mrs. Mullen
    82. Washington, D. C
  69. Mr. M. P. Möller
    14. Hagerstown, MD
  70. Mr. M. P. Möller Jr.
    14. Hagerstown, MD
  71. Mr. M. P. Möller III
    69. Hagerstown, MD
  72. Miss Jessie B. Nash
    56. New York
  73. Mrs. George H. Nettleton
    6. New Haven, Conn
  74. Miss Mary Nettleton
    6. New Haven, Conn
  75. Miss Anne B. Nielsen
    98. Washington, D. C
  76. Mr. Bengt E. Ohlson
    87. Upper Derby, PA
  77. Mrs. Ohlson
    87. Upper Derby, PA
  78. Miss Karin Ohlson
    87. Upper Derby, PA
  79. Mrs. Harriet Pepple
    19. Michigan City, IN
  80. Mr. Frederick Pflomm
    7. U. S. A
  81. Mrs. Pflomm
    7. U. S. A
  82. Mrs. Frank O. Reilly
    78. New York
  83. Mr. Norman S. Reisenfeld
    9. New York
  84. Mrs. Reisenfeld
    9. New York
  85. Mrs. A. Russel Reusing
    15. Helsingfors
  86. Miss Helene M. Reusing
    15. Helsingfors
  87. Master Andrew Reusing
    15. Helsingfors
  88. Miss Diane Reusing
    27. Helsingfors
  89. Counsellor G. Reuterskiöld
    32. Bogota
  90. Mrs. Reuterskiöld
    32. Bogota
  91. Master Claes Reuterskiöld
    34. Bogota
  92. Mr. S. T. Sklar
    51. New York
  93. Mrs. Sklar
    51. New York
  94. Mr. S. B. Sommer
    12. New York
  95. Mrs. Greta Stenberg
    52. Malmö
  96. Mr. Clement Svenson
    24. Arlington, N. J
  97. Mrs. Svenson
    24. Arlington, N. J
  98. Mr. G. F. Södergren
    79. Norwood, Mass
  99. Miss Sofia Tallgren
    27. Helsingfors
  100. Miss Marie Thomsen
    16. Washington, D. C
  101. Mr. T. Thorgalsen
    89. New York
  102. Mrs. Thorgalsen
    89. New York
  103. Mrs. Oscar Torrison
    83. Evanston, IL
  104. Miss Helen Torrison
    83. Evanston, IL
  105. Miss P. Wagner
    74. New York
  106. Baroriesse O. von Wassilko
    25. New York
  107. Mr. Edwin Wedge
    81. New York
  108. Mrs. Wedge
    81. New York
  109. Mr. Robert Whitelaw
    62. Charleston, S. C
  110. Mr. Reidar Wiborg
    75. Moss
  111. Mr. C. A. Wood
    104. U. S. A
  112. Mrs. Wood
    104. U. S. A
  113. Mr. Willson Woodside
    108. Toronto, ON
  114. Mrs. Woodside
    108. Toronto, ON
  115. Mrs. Henry Wolff
    76. New York
  116. Mrs. Lloyd D. Yates
    96. Wastington, D. C
  117. Miss Elizabeth Yates
    96. Wastington, D. C
  118. Miss Marie Yates
    96. Wastington, D. C
  119. Master Michael Yates
    100. Wastington, D. C
  120. Mr. Olof Zetterlund
    31. Miami Beach, FL
  121. Mr. Alfred Öste
    94. Djursholm

Ships List of Tourist Passengers

  1. 142. Anderson, Mrs. . Anna Hoquiam, Wash
  2. 281. Anderson, Miss Elsa U. S. A
  3. 149. Anderson, Miss Hulda R. ... Arlington, Mass
  4. 219. Anderson, Mr. Henry Taylor, Tex
  5. 215. Anderson, Mrs. . Ida M. ... W. Hartford, Conn
  6. 116. Anderson, Mrs. . Edith New York
  7. 259. Anderson, Mr. Ivar Teaneck, N. J
  8. 259. Anderson, Mrs. Teaneck, N. J
  9. 285. Anderson, Mr. P. A Titusville, Pa
  10. 323. Anderson, Mr. John Seattle, Wash
  11. 323. Anderson, Mrs. Seattle, Wash
  12. 136. Anderson, Miss Carin New York
  13. 301. Andersson, Mrs. . Charles Dobbs Ferry, N. Y
  14. 301. Anderson, Mrs. Dobbs Ferry, N. Y
  15. 128. Anderson, Miss Anna Winnetka, 111
  16. 149. Anderson, Miss Hulda New York
  17. 215. Anderson, Miss Alma Boston, Mass
  18. 231. Anderson, Mr. Lars J St. Joseph, Mo
  19. 156. Anderson, Mrs. . Matilda K Chicago, 111
  20. 156. Anderson, Mrs. . Ellen Carteret, N. J
  21. 117. Angelon, Mrs. . Alma ... New Rochelle, N. Y
  22. 117. Angelon, Miss Dorothy New Rochelle, N. Y
  23. 261. Anliot, Mr. Sture Cleveland, O
  24. 261. Anliot, Mrs. Cleveland, O
  25. 209. Arho, Miss Heljä New York
  26. 209. Arho, Miss Raili New York
  27. 133. Behrens, Mrs. . Walter Georgetown, Tex
  28. 225. Bengtson, Miss Frida Chicago, 111
  29. 134. Bengtz, Mr. Thure Boston, Mass
  30. 221. Benjamin, Mrs. . B. O St. Paul, Minn
  31. 158. Benson, Mrs. . Judith Minneapolis, Minn
  32. 239. Berg, Miss Ragnhild U. S. A
  33. 201. Berg, Miss Pauline Brooklyn, N. Y
  34. 241. Bergdahl, Mr. T Chicago, 111
  35. 241. Bergdahl, Mrs. Chicago, 111
  36. 231. Bertson, Mr. Hugo R St. Paul, Minn
  37. 160. Bezy, Mrs. . Pierre A New York
  38. 160. Bezy, Miss Joan New York
  39. 153. Blake, Miss Elizabeth Boston, Mass
  40. 153. Blake, Miss Theresa Boston, Mass
  41. 215. Blom, Mr. Ernest Leonardo, N. J
  42. 215. Blom, Mrs. Leonardo, N. J
  43. 135. Blomquist, Mr. Carl A Providence, R. I
  44. 225. Blueberg, Miss Alice Chicago, 111
  45. 227. Bokström-Olson, Mrs. . Helen Brooklyn, N. Y
  46. 263. Borg, Mr. Robert New York
  47. 263. Borg, Mrs. New York
  48. 287. Borgeson, Miss Hilda Chicago, 111
  49. 273. Borgeson, Miss Clara New York
  50. 271. Broberg, Miss Anna New York
  51. 271. Broberg, Miss Eileen New York
  52. 221. Burrell, Mrs. . Martha Buffalo, N. Y
  53. 207. Burtz, Miss Cecilia A Hyde Park, Mass
  54. 313. Bågenholm, Mrs. . Ethel New York
  55. 313. Bågenholm, Master Allen New York
  56. 307. Carlson, Mrs. . Marie Chicago, 111
  57. 307. Carlson, Master Gustave C Chicago, 111
  58. 279. Carlson, Miss Jenny U. S. A
  59. 125. Carlson, Mr. Eric Los Angeles, Calif
  60. 125. Carlson, Mrs. Los Angeles, Calif
  61. 267. Carlson, Mrs. . Anna E Hartford, Conn
  62. 150. Caroll, Mrs. . Emma Malden, Mass
  63. 253. Christensen, Mrs. . C Los Angeles, Calif
  64. 327. Clarks, Mr. N. K New Haven, Conn
  65. 107. Classon, Miss Hazel Wollaston, Mass
  66. 150. Classon, Mrs. . Agnes Wollaston, Mass
  67. 162. Cocke, Mrs. . H. T U. S. A
  68. 139. Connors, Mrs. . Lillian Dorchester, Mass
  69. 201. Dahlberg, Miss Viola Blackstad
  70. 329. Earl, Mrs. . Esther Parker, Ida
  71. 329. Earl, Mr. Eugene Parker, Ida
  72. 112. Eck, Miss Alice Chicago, 111
  73. 131. Edlund, Mr. Evert Miami Beach, Fla
  74. 131. Edlund, Mrs. Miami Beach, Fla
  75. 116. Erickson, Miss Judith New York
  76. 132. Erickson, Mrs. . Hilda Malden, Mass
  77. 132. Erickson, Miss Lillian Malden, Mass
  78. 158. Fjeld, Miss Sigrid A New York
  79. 251. Fjeldheim, Miss M Brooklyn, N. Y
  80. 251. Fjeldheim, Miss Minerva ... Brooklyn, N. Y
  81. 273. Forsberg, Miss Iris New York
  82. 121. Forsberg, Mr. Reuben Titusville, Pa
  83. 121. Forsberg, Mrs. Titusville, Pa
  84. 227. Fredrikson, Miss Tullie Chicago, 111
  85. 118. Freeland, Mrs. . Thorbjorg Brooklyn, N. Y
  86. 127. Gagnee, Mrs. . Hilda New York
  87. 135. Grönvall, Miss Martha Allerum
  88. 233. Gustafson, Mr. Gustaf Arlington, N. J
  89. 233. Gustafson, Mrs. Arlington, N. J
  90. 275. Gustafson, Rev. Nore G Stamford, Conn
  91. 275. Gustafson, Mrs. Stamford, Conn
  92. 275. Gustafson, Master Nore G. ... Stamford, Conn
  93. 275. Gustafson, Miss Berta Stamford, Conn
  94. 265. Gustafson, Miss Emma New York
  95. 223. Gustafson, Mrs. . Agnes Worcester, Mass
  96. 112. Göranson, Mrs. . Julia C. ... Jamestown, N. Y
  97. 142. Haarala, Miss Fanny New York
  98. 267. Hage, Miss Ellen W. Orange, N. J
  99. 269. Hamburg, Mrs. . Anna M. Mt. Vernon, Wash
  100. 161. Hansell, Mrs. . Elizabeth N. Y
  101. 161. Hansell, Miss Astrid N. Y
  102. 161. Hansell, Miss Lisbeth N. Y
  103. 161. Hansell, Master Svend N. Y
  104. 112. Hansen, Mrs. . Alma Brooklyn, N. Y
  105. 249. Hansen, Mr. Ole Brooklyn, N. Y
  106. 249. Hansen, Mrs. Brooklyn, N. Y
  107. 113. Hansen, Mrs. . Jenny New York
  108. 273. Heartstrom, Mrs. . Alma W. Hartford, Conn
  109. 281. Heiden, Miss Hannah Chicago, 111
  110. 211. Heiniluoma, Mrs. . Maria Fittsburg, Pa
  111. 285. Henrikson, Mr. Gottfrid Seattle, Wash
  112. 124. Holmquist, Miss Agnes New York
  113. 124. Holmquist, Miss Signe New York
  114. 277. Howland, Mrs. . Agda New York
  115. 277. Hutchinson, Mrs. . Lydia Brooklyn, N. Y
  116. 133. Håkanson, Miss Clara Burlingame, Calif
  117. 285. Isakson-Rova, Mr. Carl Vancouver, B. C
  118. 283. Jacobson, Mrs. . Ingrid Great Neck, L. I
  119. 293. Jacobson, Mrs. . Magdalena Chicago, 111
  120. 279. Jensen, Miss Dorothea Brooklyn, N. Y
  121. 229. Jensen, Mr. Axel Chr Brooklyn, N. Y
  122. 319. Jeppson, Mr. Nels Kenosha, Wis
  123. 319. Jeppson, Mrs. Kenosha, Wis
  124. 227. Jernholm, Miss Ruth Winnipeg, Man
  125. 223. Johannessen, Miss Halldis New York
  126. 116. Johanson, Miss Hilma New York
  127. 215. Johanson, Miss Karin New York
  128. 146. Johanson, Miss Edith U. S. A
  129. 293. Johanson, Miss Hertha Jamaica Plain, Mass
  130. 219. Johanson, Mr. Eric Hartford, Conn
  131. 219. Johnson, Mr. Walfrid Taylor, Tex
  132. 132. Johnson, Miss Bertha Montclair, N. J
  133. 289. Johnson, Miss Sigrid New York
  134. 223. Johnson, Miss O Chicago, 111
  135. 289. Johnson, Miss Ruth Astoria, L. I
  136. 293. Johnson, Mrs. . Hulda Seattle, Wash
  137. 243. Johnson, Mr. Gustaf P Chicago, 111
  138. 243. Johnson, Mrs. Chicago, 111
  139. 115. Johnson, Mrs. . Hulda Brooklyn, N. Y
  140. 295. Johnson, Mr. John E Detroit, Mich
  141. 122. Johnson, Mrs. . Ida Sandwich, 111
  142. 122. Johnson, Mr. Marwin Sandwich, 111
  143. 122. Johnson, Mr. Oliver M Sandwich, 111
  144. 136. Johnson, Mrs. . Esther Woodside, L. I
  145. 265. Johnson, Miss Svea Flushing, L. I
  146. 289. Johnson, Mrs. . Hannah E. Minneapolis, Minn
  147. 136. Johnson, Mrs. . Hedvig Worcester, Mass
  148. 287. Johnson, Mrs. . Jennie M Quincy, Mass
  149. 201. Johnson, Miss Gerda New York
  150. 229. Johnson, Mr. Gus. W Bridgeport, Conn
  151. 209. Justila, Miss Hellin New York
  152. 114. Kaarmann, Mrs. . Johanna New York
  153. 283. Kauppinnen, Miss Hilda New York
  154. 279. Kenny, Mrs. . Jennie New Haven, Conn
  155. 134. Klaus, Mr. Samuel U. S. A
  156. 154. Knudsen, Mrs. . Elsie M Willmette, 111
  157. 154. Knudsen, Miss D Willmette, 111
  158. 123. Knudsen, Mr. Alfred Bergen
  159. 147. Koslov, Mrs. . Zinaida New York
  160. 126. Lake, Mrs. . Hilma San Francisco, Calif
  161. 247. Landquist, Mrs. . Hilma ... Minneapolis, Minn
  162. 247. Landquist, Miss Alice E. Minneapolis, Minn
  163. 247. Landquist, Miss Audrey D. Minneapolis, Minn
  164. 138. Larsen, Mr. H. C Copenhagen
  165. 283. Larson, Miss Margareta Seattle, Wash
  166. 120. Larson, Miss Esther Minneapolis, Minn
  167. 305. Larson, Mr. Erik Chicago, 111
  168. 305. Larson, Mrs. Chicago, 111
  169. 151. Larson, Mr. Gustaf Chicago, 111
  170. 151. Larson, Mrs. Chicago, 111
  171. 271. Larson, Mrs. . Betty New York
  172. 114. Larson-Schweitzer, Miss Christine Islip, N. Y
  173. 269. Leif, Mrs. . Irene Seattle, Wash
  174. 124. Lerche, Miss Alma Washington, D. C
  175. 265. Levan, Mrs. . Alma Jamestown, N. Y
  176. 203. Liberg, Mr. Oscar Brooklyn, N. Y
  177. 121. Liljegren, Mrs. . Hildur Titusville, Pa
  178. 105. Lindahl, Mr. Gustaf Thomaston, Me
  179. 105. Lindahl, Mrs. Thomaston, Me
  180. 311. Lindelius, Mr. Lars Mexico City
  181. 311. Lindelius, Mrs. Mexico City
  182. 144. Lindfors, Miss Aino New York
  183. 211. Lindström, Miss Anna Detroit, Mich
  184. 113. Lindroos, Miss Fanny New York
  185. 281. Lowrey, Mrs. . Gerda E Rockford, 111
  186. 150. Lundgren, Miss Irma Washington, D. C
  187. 120. Lundgren-Carlson, Mrs. . Ingeborg New York
  188. 295. Lundin, Mr. Theodor A Medford, Mass
  189. 205. Lundin, Mr. Hjalmar Jamaica, L. I
  190. 129. Magnuson, Mrs. . Hilma Hartford, Conn
  191. 331. Malmborg, Mr. A Bronx, N. Y
  192. 303. Mattson, Mr. John U. S. A
  193. 303. Mattson, Mrs. U. S. A
  194. 223. Metcalf, Mrs. . Anna E U. S. A
  195. 146. Miller, Mrs. . Ida Buffalo, N. Y
  196. 118. Mindus, Miss Astrid Djursholm
  197. 138. Mortensen, Mr. M. V Copenhagen
  198. 265. Nelson, Miss Hulda Jamestown, N. Y
  199. 269. Nelson, Mrs. . Edith Mt. Vernon, Wash
  200. 253. Nelson, Mrs. . John Spokane, Wash
  201. 115. Nelson, Mrs. . Emma Passaic, N. J
  202. 267. Nelson, Miss Dorothy Hartford, Conn
  203. 325. Nelson, Mrs. . Elsa Los Angeles, Calif
  204. 325. Nelson, Master Eric Los Angeles, Calif
  205. 293. Nelson, Mrs. . Josefina Chicago, 111
  206. 157. Nilson, Mr. Carl New York
  207. 157. Nilson, Mrs. New York
  208. 148. Nordenlund, Mr. Johannes Kårehogen
  209. 235. Nordwall, Mr. Gottfrid Seattle, Wash
  210. 235. Nordwall, Mrs. Seattle, Wash
  211. 164. North, Miss Helga New York
  212. 271. Nyholm, Miss Hilma New York
  213. 119. Ohlson, Mr. Allan Borås
  214. 219. Olander, Mr. Peter Duluth, Minn
  215. 279. Olsen, Mrs. . Selma Minneapolis, Minn
  216. 147. Olshevsky, Mrs. . Zoya New York
  217. 129. Olson, Miss Hilma Hot Springs, Ark
  218. 281. Olson, Miss Elsa New York
  219. 255. Olson, Mr. John Chicago, 111
  220. 255. Olson, Mrs. Chicago, 111
  221. 145. Olson, Mrs. . Mimmie New York
  222. 2ii. Paasikivi, Mrs. . Martha New York
  223. 145. Palm, Mrs. . O Brooklyn, N. Y
  224. 231. Palmer, Mr. John Chicago, 111
  225. 141. Paulsen, Mr. Axel Aitkin, Minn
  226. 141. Paulsen, Mrs. Aitkin, Minn
  227. 141. Paulsen, Master Bengt Aitkin, Minn
  228. 141. Paulsen, Master Paul Aitkin, Minn
  229. 141. Paulsen, Miss Esther Aitkin, Minn
  230. 309. Paulson, Mrs. . Hilda Springfield, N. J
  231. 168. Peel, Prof. Roy W New York
  232. 168. Peel, Mrs. New York
  233. 168. Peel, Miss Sonia New York
  234. 168. Peel, Master Peter New York
  235. 215. Person, Mrs. . Ellen V Attleboro, Mass
  236. 116. Person, Mrs. . Alma Toronto, Ont
  237. 227. Peterson, Mrs. . Edith Shrewsbury, Mass
  238. 109. Peterson, Mrs. . Hanna Brooklyn, N. Y
  239. 109. Peterson, Miss Annette Brooklyn, N. Y
  240. 117. Peterson, Miss Anna Chicago, 111
  241. 143. Peterson, Mrs. . J Astoria, L. I
  242. 152. Petterson, Miss Manda Providence, R. I
  243. 152. Petterson, Miss Olga Providence, R. I
  244. 277. Petterson, Miss Ingrid New York
  245. 156. Pååg, Miss Hedvig Strömstad
  246. 134. Reisenhus, Mr. P Chicago, 111
  247. 239. Roberts, Mrs. . A. R. Ventnor, N. J
  248. 239. Roberts, Miss Edith Ventnor, N. J
  249. 120. Robinson, Mrs. . T Brunwick, N. J
  250. 321. Rohn, Mrs. . Anna Bronx, N. Y
  251. 166. Rolie, Mrs. . Jennie Ketchikan, Alaska
  252. 146. Rudaitiene, Mrs. . Katre New York
  253. 273. Ryman, Miss Gerda ... Staten Island, N. Y
  254. 164. Råström, Miss Eva New York
  255. 133. Soderlund, Miss Josephina ... Bryn Mawr, Pa
  256. 159. Sorensen, Mr. C. J Brooklyn, N. Y
  257. 159. Sorensen, Mrs. Brooklyn, N. Y
  258. 207. Stankeviciene, Mrs. . Agnes M New York
  259. 207. Stanwyck, Miss Agnes New York
  260. 119. Stenlund, Mr. Sven Borås
  261. 245. Stenström, Mr. Wilhelm ... Minneapolis, Minn
  262. 245. Stenström, Mrs. Minneapolis, Minn
  263. 245. Stenström, Miss Peggy ... Minneapolis, Minn
  264. 126. Stone, Mrs. . Hulda San Francisco, Calif
  265. 289. Strand, Mrs. . Emma Minneapolis, Minn
  266. 221. Strand-Eneborg, Mrs. . Johanne Geneva, 111
  267. 133. Suikkari, Miss Mary Detroit, Mich
  268. 137. Svahn, Mr. Gustaf Valley Cottage, N. Y
  269. 137. Svahn, Mrs. Valley Cottage, N. Y
  270. 137. Svahn, Miss Anna-Stina Valley Cottage, N. Y
  271. 137. Svahn, Miss Alphild ... Valley Cottage, N. Y
  272. 137. Svahn, Miss June Valley Cottage, N. Y
  273. 143. Swan, Miss Beula Des Moines, Ida
  274. 129. Swanson, Mrs. . Svea New Britain, Conn
  275. 231. Swanson, Mr. Henry Fresno, Calif
  276. 287. Swanson, Mrs. . Gerda New York
  277. 287. Swanson, Miss Edna New York
  278. 113. Swanson, Miss Svea Simsbury, Conn
  279. HI. Swanson, Mr. Axel Weatogul, Conn
  280. 257. Swanson, Mr. Mathias Oakland, Calif
  281. 257. Swanson, Mrs. Oakland, Calif
  282. 295. Swanson, Mr. Otto Chicago, 111
  283. 291. Swanson, Miss Gerda Concord, N. H
  284. 291. Swanson, Miss Elsie Concord, N. H
  285. 237. Swenson, Mr. Harry E. Orange, N. J
  286. 237. Swenson, Mrs. E. Orange, N. J
  287. 128. Tessier, Mrs. . Betty Watertown, Mass
  288. 139. Torstvedt, Miss Lilly S Oslo
  289. 317. Turner, Mrs. . Enid New York
  290. 317. Turner, Master Allan New York
  291. 127. Turnquist, Miss Alma Los Angeles, Calif
  292. 148. Walker, Mr. W. H Flushing, L. I
  293. 123. Wendell, Mr. Edward J Ringsted
  294. 142. Westerholm, Miss Bertha ... Brooklyn, N. Y
  295. 269. Westlund, Mrs. . Anna Seattle, Wash
  296. 215. Wiklund, Miss Emma Tomah, Wis
  297. 333. Zummer, Mrs. . Hulda G.Chicago, 111.


T. H. S.: Twinscrew TCotor Ship).


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 follows or as specially notified on notice board.

Cabin class Tourist class
Breakfast at 8,30—9,30 a. m. Breakfast at 8—9 a. m.
Buillon and crackers at 11 a. m.Luncheon at 12,30 p. m.
Luncheon at 1—2,30 p. m. Tea or coffee at 3,30 p. m.
Tea at 4,30 p. m. Dinner at 6,30 p. m.
Dinner at 7—8,30 p. m. Buffet at about 10 p. m.
Buffet at about 10,30 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 wishes of the passengers. Children under 10 paying half fare, and servants are, as a rule, served their meals separately.

MEALS will be served in staterooms or on deck only in case of sickness.

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 as a rule not accessible to passengers.

SMOKING. Passengers are kindly requested not to smoke in the Libraries or in the Dining Saloons at breakfast.

BAGGAGE. Only hand baggage and »Steamer 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 though the stateroom stewards, who have a limited number at disposal.

TYPEWRITERS. A limited number is available 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. The ship’s gymnasium will be found on the B-deck. It is equipped with mechanical apparatus is open from 8 a. m. to 5 p. m.

BATHS. Passengers should order baths from the Bathroom Stewards. 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.

MEDICAE 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 sound on Bulletin Board.

BARBERS and HAIRDRESSERS 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 proberty 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.
Sea Letter Telegrams (SLT) at half rate, minimum 20 words, will be accepted for transmission via Swedish coast station.

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 per-mission required.

CUSTOMS DECLARATION FOR BAGGAGE. Every passenger entering the United States must make a »Baggage declaration and entry» which will be supplied by the Purser’s Office. Passengers must state in their declarations the prices actually paid for all articles purchased abroad and fair values for all articles obtained otherwise than by purchase such as gifts, etc. Failure to observe this may result in imposing of severe penalties.

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 and the landing cards stamped, 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 convey the baggage outside the custom’s enclosure. Passengers desiring to have their baggage transferred by express to railroad station or local address, will be find Express service 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 will be incurred for storage and in forwarding to destina-tion of 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 on the middle of and 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 orders, exchangeable at the resp. depot 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 formality of re-checking their baggage at the depot. 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 U. S. A., 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 U. S. A* 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 U. S. A. 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.
Simhall, Finsk Bastu och Elektriska Ejusbad. Swimming Pool, Steam Room and Electrical Baths.

Swimming pool.

In addition to numerous ordinary bathrooms there is on board an up to date Aquasanium with swimming pool, steam room and electrical baths. No charge is made for any of these baths.
The Aquasanium is accessible either by the Cabin class lift or by the forward stairway in the corridore on C-deck.

The Aquasanium is accesible during the following hours:

Gentlemen Lad>es Mixed
Cabin klass'l 8—9 fm* (a.m.) 11:30 fm. (a.m.) — 1 em. (p m.) 4—5:30 em. (p.m. Cabin class j 5:15—6:45em (p.m.)
Turist klassl
Tourist class) 6:30—7:45 fm. (a.m.) 10—11:15 fm. (a. m.) 2:30—3:30em.(p. m )

Bathingosuit necessary only in mixed bathing.

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 ma}' be inclined to obtain such materials for souvenirs, etc.

1936-09-19 Cabin and Tourist Class, M.S. Gripsholm, Gothenburg to New York, Captain J. M. Renström, In Swedish and English. Includes photograph of Swimming Pool - Simhall. Passenger Listings include Room Number and Hometown.

Information about the S.S. Gripsholm

  • Built: 1925 Armstrong, Whitworth & Co Ltd., Newcastle
  • Material: Steel
  • Deplacement: 23,600 tons
  • Tons Register: 18,000
  • Enginepower: 22,000 I. H. K. (I. H. P.)
  • Length: 574,5 feet
  • Draft, loaded: 29 feet
  • Passenger capacity: 1600
  • Crew: 350

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01 - Front Cover 02 - Title Page 03 - Printing 04 - Senior Officers 05 - SE - Insignia Of Ships Personnel
01 - Front Cover 02 - Title Page 03 - Printing 04 - Senior Officers 05 - SE - Insignia Of Ships Personnel
06 - Insignia Of Ships Personnel 08 - Passenger Information 09 - SE - Passenger Information 10 - Passenger Information
06 - Insignia Of Ships Personnel 07 - SE - Passenger Information 08 - Passenger Information 09 - SE - Passenger Information 10 - Passenger Information
11 - SE - Passenger Information 12 - Passenger Information 13 - SE - Passenger Information 14 - Passenger Information 15 - SE - Passenger Information
11 - SE - Passenger Information 12 - Passenger Information 13 - SE - Passenger Information 14 - Passenger Information 15 - SE - Passenger Information
16 - Passenger Information   18 - Passenger Information 19 - Swimming Pool - Steam Room - Electrical Baths 20 - Cabin Passengers
16 - Passenger Information 17 (Not Availalbe) 18 - Passenger Information 19 - Swimming Pool - Steam Room - Electrical Baths 20 - Cabin Passengers
21 - Cabin Passengers 22 - Cabin Passengers 23 - Cabin Passengers 24 - Cabin Passengers 25 - Cabin Passengers
21 - Cabin Passengers 22 - Cabin Passengers 23 - Cabin Passengers 24 - Cabin Passengers 25 - Cabin Passengers
26 - Tourist Passengers 27 - Tourist Passengers 28 - Tourist Passengers 29 - Tourist Passengers 30 - Tourist Passengers
26 - Tourist Passengers 27 - Tourist Passengers 28 - Tourist Passengers 29 - Tourist Passengers 30 - Tourist Passengers
31 - Tourist Passengers 32 - Tourist Passengers 33 - Tourist Passengers 34 - Tourist Passengers 35 - Tourist Passengers
31 - Tourist Passengers 32 - Tourist Passengers 33 - Tourist Passengers 34 - Tourist Passengers 35 - Tourist Passengers
36 - Tourist Passengers 37 - Tourist Passengers 38 - Notice 39 - Distance Table 40 - Offices And Agencies
36 - Tourist Passengers 37 - Tourist Passengers 38 - Notice 39 - Distance Table 40 - Offices And Agencies
42- Back Cover  
41 - Gripsholms Butiken 42- Back Cover

 

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