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Passenger List, United States Lines, S.S. America, 22 February 1924

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. America of the United States Lines, Departing 22 February 1924 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain W. Rind.

List of Cabin Passengers

United States Lines

S.S. America

Captain W. Rind, U.S.N.R.F.

Bremen to New York

via Southampton and Cherbourg

Friday, 22 February 1924

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain W. Rind, U.S.N.R.F
  2. Chief Officer, W. B. Oakley
  3. Senior First Officer, J. L. Beebe
  4. Junior First Officer, R. H. Tollen
  5. Chief Engineer, Patrick Brennan
  6. Chief Steward, P. Schickle
  7. Surgeon, Dr. A. S. Mc Mahon
  8. Purser, A. Koppenjan

List of Sea Post Clerks

  1. Mr. Frank Kempster
  2. Mr. Henry M. Coffey

List of Cabin Passengers

Passenger List, United States Lines, S.S. America 1924
  1. Mr. Stephan Adam
  2. Mrs. Pauline Adam
  3. Mr. Hans P. Bachofner
  4. Mr. Noah Bauer
  5. Mr. M. Beck
  6. Mr. Martin Bekins
  7. Mrs. Martin Bekins
  8. Mr. S. H. Le Bell
  9. Mrs. S. H. Le Bell
  10. Dr. Abraham Bernard
  11. Mrs. Rosa Bernold
  12. Miss Irma Bernold
  13. Mrs. Margaret B. Blackhall
  14. Miss Olive E. Blackball
  15. Mr. Karl Bondy
  16. Mr. John August Börkmann
  17. Sister Sophie Burmeister
  18. Miss Sarah Burton
  19. Mr. George A. Butz
  20. Mr. Chuna Calka
  21. Mrs. F. O. Chamberlain
  22. Miss Judith Chamberlain
  23. Mr. Clemens Claus
  24. Mrs. Clemens Claus
  25. Dr. A. Cohan
  26. Mrs. A. Cohan
  27. Mrs. Helen E. Comfort
  28. Master George Francis Comfort
  29. Mr. Alfonse La Croix
  30. Miss Istvanne Csigi
  31. Miss L. De la Cuesta
  32. Mr. P. J. Cunningham
  33. Mr. Gustav Dahlke
  34. Mrs. Agnes Denecke
  35. Master Fred. Denecke
  36. Mr. C. Depellier
  37. Mrs. C. Depellier
  38. Mrs. Elisabeth Detterbeck
  39. Miss Dorothy Detterbeck
  40. Mr. David Dodge
  41. Mrs. David Dodge
  42. Mr. John Dodge
  43. Miss Irmgard
  44. von Bockum Dolffs
  45. Mr. Gerald Duffy
  46. Mrs. Gerald Duffy
  47. Mr. Heye Eilers
  48. Mr. Louis Elsbacher
  49. Mrs. Charles Esterhay
  50. Miss Pauline Esterhay
  51. Mr. Carl Feuerherd
  52. Miss Dorothy Flude
  53. Miss Cecilia Foburg
  54. Dr. F. Frank
  55. Mr. H. Garofalo
  56. Mrs. H. Garofalo
  57. Miss Louise Gaste
  58. Miss Anna Gault
  59. Mr. Gemperle
  60. Mrs. Anna Glücksmann
  61. Mr. William J. Godding
  62. Mrs. William J. Godding
  63. Mr. Carl Goerling
  64. Mr. F. G. Goodrich
  65. Mr. Isidore Gordon
  66. Mr. Frank Grabhorn
  67. Miss Isabelle Graves
  68. Mr. James S. Gross
  69. Mrs. James S. Gross
  70. Mrs. Martha de Grothy and Infant
  71. Mr. Adam Guenther
  72. Mr. Paul Gutknecht
  73. Mr. Charles Hall
  74. Mrs. C. Hall
  75. Mr. Harry J. Harris
  76. Mrs. Harry J. Harris
  77. Mr. Otto Hartmann
  78. Mrs. Anna Hesse and child
  79. Dr. Eric Ph. Hessle
  80. Mr. E. L. Hewett
  81. Mrs. E. L. Hewett
  82. Mr. Eduard Huebel
  83. Mr. Eduard Huebel
  84. Mr. Herman Huelsman
  85. Mr. William Hug
  86. Mr. Konrad Jagschitz
  87. Mr. Ely Jakobs
  88. Mr. Hermann Jantzen
  89. Mrs. Sarah A. Johnson
  90. Miss Elisabeth Johnson
  91. Mr. George Kasner
  92. Mrs. George Kasner
  93. Mrs. Susan Kater
  94. Mr. Francois Keally
  95. Mrs. Francois Keally
  96. Mr. Grover A. Kempf
  97. Mrs. Grover A. Kempf
  98. Mr. Joseph Kertesz
  99. Dr. Martin Kerpel
  100. Mr. Milton Kilpatrick
  101. Mrs. Milton Kilpatrick
  102. Mrs. Fannie Klein
  103. Miss Edith Klein
  104. Master Zoltan Klein
  105. Mrs. Marion Kohrbach
  106. Mr. F. Konow
  107. Dr. David Kornblueh
  108. Mr. Johann Kopfer
  109. Miss Ella Kopfer
  110. Mr. Ernst Künzel
  111. Mrs. Ernst Künzel
  112. Mr. Max Kypke
  113. Mrs. Mathilde Lang
  114. Mrs. Theodora Larnicka
  115. Miss Franziska Larnicka
  116. Master Mieczyslaw Larnicki
  117. Dr. Max Lederer
  118. Mrs. Therese Lehmann
  119. Miss Thesi Lehmann
  120. Miss Gretchen Lehmann
  121. Miss D. M. Leonard
  122. Consul David Lewis
  123. Mrs. David Lewis
  124. Mr. Dolph G. Lewis
  125. Mrs. Frieda Liebsch
  126. Miss Dorothea Liebsch
  127. Dr. Dorington G. Little
  128. Mrs. Dorington G. Little
  129. Mr. Max Maisel
  130. Mrs. Anna Valle Mann
  131. Mr. Peter Mathes
  132. Mrs. Augusta Mauler
  133. Mr. Maisel Max
  134. Mrs. E. E. Mc Burney
  135. Mrs. Anne L. Mc Fadden
  136. Mr. William Mc Closkey
  137. Mrs. Nattie Mc Closkey
  138. Mr. Louis Meckes
  139. Mrs. Louis Meckes
  140. Mr. Alexander Meyer
  141. Mr. Meyer-Quartner
  142. Mrs. Meyer-Quartner
  143. Mr. Max Miltzlaff
  144. Miss Mary Anne Misse
  145. Mr. Leo S. Molloney
  146. Mrs. S. Montegut
  147. Comdg. J. W. Morse
  148. Mrs. J. W. Morse
  149. Miss Frances Morse
  150. Master Malven Morse
  151. Master John Morse
  152. Mrs. Martha Pauline Muck
  153. Mr. A. Müellheim
  154. Mr. Carl Muller
  155. Mr. E. J. Nally
  156. Mrs. E. J. Nally
  157. Mr. Edward Narples
  158. Mrs. E. Nelson
  159. Mr. John Obrtlik
  160. Mr. Emil Ochsner
  161. Mr. Ernst Otto and family
  162. Mr. W. J. Parsons
  163. Mr. Philip Pearson
  164. Miss V. Pech
  165. Miss E. M. Pidgeon
  166. Miss Plank
  167. Mr. Plank
  168. Miss Hedwig Ploeckli
  169. Dr. Ladislaus H. Popper
  170. Mr. Otto Prell
  171. Miss Margaret Pursell
  172. Dr. Franz Ouattelbaum
  173. Mr. William Radiss
  174. Mr. Bernhard Rath
  175. Mrs. Bernhard Rath
  176. Capt. Wm. H. Reinburg
  177. Mr. Franz Reinelt
  178. Mrs. Auguste Reinelt
  179. Miss Trude Reinelt
  180. Mr. Willard W. Rice
  181. Mr. Joseph Rosenberg
  182. Mr. Heinrich Roth
  183. Mrs. Rose Roth
  184. Miss Viola Roth
  185. Miss Viviane Roth
  186. Mrs. L. Rousseau
  187. Mr. Frank J. Rowe
  188. Mr. Charles Rudolf
  189. Mrs. Anna Rudolf
  190. Mr. Larry Rue
  191. Mr. Martin Sander
  192. Miss Genevire Scoville
  193. Mr. Julius Selig
  194. Mr. Julius Sercarz
  195. Mr. Lawrence S. Shearman
  196. Mr. James K. Smith
  197. Mrs. James K. Smith
  198. Mr. E. C. Squire and family
  199. Mr. Frank Synott
  200. Dr. Erna Szabady
  201. Mrs. Jozsefne Szabow
  202. Mr. Frank Schissel
  203. Mrs. Frank Schissel
  204. Mr. Max P. Schmidthauser
  205. Mr. Heinrich Schmidt
  206. Mrs. Clare Schmitz
  207. Miss Florence Scholtz
  208. Dr. Alfred Schröder
  209. Mrs. Edith Schroedel
  210. Miss Elinor Schroedel
  211. Mr. Alfred Schaller
  212. Mr. Henry Staier
  213. Miss Helen Staier
  214. Miss Marjorie Stanley
  215. Mr. Charles Stauffacher
  216. Mrs. Charles Stauffacher
  217. Miss Ruth Stauffacher
  218. Miss Joy Stauffacher
  219. Mr. L. Stein
  220. Mr. Stein
  221. Miss Margaret Stewart
  222. Rev.George B. Stone-Alcook
  223. Mrs. George B. Stone-Alcook
  224. Sister Caroline Strathmann
  225. Mr. Othmar Tobisch
  226. Mr. S. L. Voorhies
  227. Mrs. S. L. Voorhies
  228. Master Edward Voorhies
  229. Mr. Charles Vyrostek
  230. Mrs. Frances Vyrostek
  231. Mr. Charles Vyrostek
  232. Mr. Antor Vyrostek
  233. Master Robert Vyrostek
  234. Mrs. Celine Warfield
  235. Miss Lillie Watt
  236. Mr. Emund Wellech
  237. Mrs. Frieda Westendorf
  238. Miss Margrete Westendorf
  239. Mr. A. M. White
  240. Mrs. A. M. White
  241. Mr. Wolfgang Wildhof
  242. Mr. Henry Lee Willet
  243. Mr. Christian Wohlersen
  244. Mrs. Christian Wohlersen
  245. Mrs. Aurora Yartian
  246. Miss Gladys Yartian
  247. Mr. Jacob Zollinger
  248. Miss Lena Zorn

For Southampton:

  1. Mr. Thomas Monroe
  2. Mrs. Ana Woodgate de Nieva
  3. Mr. Arturo Guillermo Nieva
  4. Mr. O. A. Smyth
  5. Mrs. Wilhelm Stede

For Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Max Brose
  2. Mr. Friedrich Beer
  3. Mrs. Florence Fairbank
  4. Mrs. Winifred Hemmens and Infant
  5. Miss Margarete Laspe

Supplement.

Additional.

  1. Mr. A. Bailey
  2. Mrs. Bailey
  3. Master R. Bailey
  4. Mr. L. J. Beeston
  5. Miss L. Benstead
  6. Mrs. B. A. Brooks
  7. Miss E. E. Brooks
  8. Mr. W. Bennett
  9. Mr. Arthur J. Bruce
  10. Mr. A. T. Barnes
  11. Mrs. Barnes
  12. Miss Shirley Barnes
  13. Mr. H. Brattelveldt
  14. Mrs. S. Bowers
  15. Mr. K. Beltestadt
  16. Mrs. H. Chamberlain
  17. Master D. Chamberlain
  18. Hon. Rich S. Cripps
  19. Mrs. Cripps
  20. Mr. J. Cochran
  21. Miss M. Campbell
  22. Mr. A. B. Calvin
  23. Mrs. Angele Coffey
  24. Miss Margaret Coffey
  25. Miss Therese Cairio
  26. Mr. L. Chafetz
  27. Mr. E. Carr
  28. Mr. Clark Drummond
  29. Mr. Ernest J. Davis
  30. Mrs. Davis
  31. Mr. F. L. de Maneges
  32. Mr. John Duff
  33. Miss Cynthia Duff
  34. Master John Duff Jr.
  35. Mr. G. Ercole
  36. Mr. W. Eisvar
  37. Mr. R. G. Ellis
  38. Mr. H. B. Epland
  39. Mr. D. Figart
  40. Dr. G. A. Frick
  41. Mrs. Joan Finnie
  42. Miss D. Farmer
  43. Mr. E. Flaateraaker
  44. Mr. O. Flaateraaker
  45. Mr. K. Flaateraaker
  46. Mr. Louis Ferreira
  47. Miss Rosa Ferreira
  48. Mr. E. Farevaag
  49. Mr. D. Garside
  50. Mr. E. Gardonyi
  51. Mr. W. R. Gurney
  52. Mr. J. Gullaksen
  53. Mr. R. Hamilton
  54. Mr. R. Hinckley
  55. Mr. F. A. Holden
  56. Mr. W. S. Haddock
  57. Mrs. Haddock
  58. Miss K. Heather
  59. Miss J. Heather
  60. Mr. John Hill
  61. Mr. W. A. Hamann
  62. Mr. J. Hooiskeland
  63. Mr. E. Newman Hall
  64. Mr. Wm. Harris
  65. Mr. R. Hofeker
  66. Mrs. R. Hinkley
  67. Miss A. Heyenmann
  68. Mr. R. M Howell
  69. Mr. Robert Janson
  70. Mr. Donald T. Jones
  71. Mrs. Jones
  72. Master D. W. Jones
  73. Mr. E. K. Jaquist
  74. Mr. O. Stanley King
  75. Dr. J. Keyser
  76. Mr. Chas. Koos
  77. Mrs. Koos
  78. Mr. Kirtland
  79. Mr. Julius Linder
  80. Mrs. Anna Linder
  81. Mr. Franz Loy
  82. Mrs. Anna Loy
  83. Miss Evelyn Llddle
  84. Mrs. W. C. Loury
  85. Mr. J. Lupus
  86. Mr. D. B. Lake
  87. Mr. J. Lawrence
  88. Mr. J. A. Langley
  89. Mr. T. J. Lyons
  90. Miss Teresa Lundie
  91. Mr. J. B. Lafferty
  92. Mr. A. Lehner
  93. Mrr M. Landroren
  94. Mr. Lale Maher
  95. Mr. M. Mayenzet
  96. Mr. John A. Murphy
  97. Mr. Henry B. Monges
  98. Me. A. E. Mittnacht
  99. Mrs. Mittnacht
  100. Mr. Thomas Murray
  101. Miss M. Mills
  102. Mr. M. Merritt
  103. Mr. L. E. Milis
  104. Mr. L. Maland
  105. Mr. Ivar Mikalsen
  106. Rev. J. McGowan
  107. Mr. Juston McCarthy
  108. Mr. Robert McDonald
  109. Mrs. McDonald
  110. Mr. C. Neal
  111. Mr. Thos. A. Newsome
  112. Mrs. H. Neville
  113. Mr. Alexa Nitkevitch
  114. Mr. R. B. Neilon
  115. Dr. G. F. O'Meara
  116. Mrs. O'Meara
  117. Master M. O'Meara
  118. Miss W. O'Meara
  119. Mr. John P. O'Meara
  120. Master E. P. O'Meara
  121. Mrs. Isabelle O'Connor
  122. Miss Mary Oakley
  123. Capt. Isak Olsen
  124. Capt. G. Onarheim
  125. Miss Neda Penava
  126. Mr. Adolf Palmgrist
  127. Mrs. Asa Palmgrist
  128. Mr. E. Pivany
  129. Mr. S. Panagopulos
  130. Mrs. Panagopulos
  131. Master C. Panagopulos
  132. Master D. Panagopulos
  133. Miss C. Panagopulos
  134. Baby A. Panagopulos
  135. Mr. B. Paine
  136. Mr. T. Phillips
  137. Mrs. Marie Riha
  138. Mr. Albin Riha
  139. Mr. J. Rooney
  140. Mr. Sydney Randall
  141. Mr. Jose C. Rosello
  142. Mr. James A. Riddle
  143. Mr. K. Rolfsner
  144. Mrs. Leoni Smith
  145. Mr. Frank Schimarcz
  146. Mr. Peter Schock
  147. Mrs. Anna Schock
  148. Miss Hellen Schock
  149. Miss Mangar Schock
  150. Mr. Thomas Schleck
  151. Mrs. Julie Schleck
  152. Mr. Thomas Schleck
  153. Mrs. B. Stewart
  154. Mr. P. Smilo
  155. Mrs. A. Shank
  156. Mr. R. L. 'Thank
  157. Mrs. R. L. Shanck
  158. Mr. John O. Short
  159. Mrs. Short
  160. Master John Short, Jr.
  161. Mr. Parker Stevens
  162. Mr. N. W. Sundbaum
  163. Mr. L. G. Selander
  164. Mr. J. F. Stratford
  165. Mr. Wm. Stanley
  166. Mrs. Stanley
  167. Mr. Max Segall
  168. Mrs. Segall
  169. Miss Belle Sylvia
  170. Mr. M. F. Sparr
  171. Mrs. B. N. Seitz
  172. Mr. Chas. D. Stockton
  173. Mrs. Stockton
  174. Mr. O. M. Soreide
  175. Mrs. H. Selander
  176. Mrs. May Scharsch
  177. Mr. G. E. Schill
  178. Mr. Moss Stern
  179. Mr. Olaf Sletten
  180. Miss A. Svejovsky
  181. Miss Y. Savareux
  182. Mr. I. Soreide
  183. Dr. W. Tappolet
  184. Mr. Hege. D. Terrell
  185. Mrs. Terrell
  186. Mr. B. Thayer
  187. Mr. I. L. Treit
  188. Mrs. F. Vander Byl
  189. Mr. J. W Van der Laan
  190. Mrs. Van der Laan
  191. Mr. A. C. W. Wood
  192. Mrs. Wood
  193. Mr. A. G. Williams
  194. Mr. E. Willems
  195. Mr. V. Yakhontoff

Passengers Not on Board

  1. Mr. Heye Eilers
  2. Dr. F. Frank
  3. Mrs. C. Hall
  4. Mr. Johann Kopfer
  5. Miss Ella Kopfer
  6. Consul D. Lewis
  7. Mrs. D. Lewis
  8. Mrs. Anna Valle Mann
  9. Mr. Peter Mathes
  10. Mr. Maisel Max
  11. Mr. A. Mulheim
  12. Mr. John Obrtlik
  13. Miss F. M. Pidgeon
  14. Mr. Ernst Otto and Family
  15. Mr. Larry Rue
  16. Mr. Alfred Schueller
  17. Mr. Stein
  18. Mr. Othmar Tobisch

Duplicated.

  1. Mr. Eduard Huebel

Summary.

  • Cabin Passengers : 426
  • Third Class Passengers : 134
  • Sea Post Clerks : 2
  • Crew : 535
  • Total Souls on Board : 1097

Information for Passengers

Hours for Meals are posted at the information Bureau on the steamer.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p.m., Lounge, Reading Room and Smoking Room at 11.30 p. m.

Divine Service in The Saloon On Sunday at 10.30 A. M.

Information Bureau

This office has been provided for the convenience of Passengers, where all inquiries for information of a general character should be made.

Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before disembarking, and they are invited to leave their addresses at the Information Bureau for later despatches to be redirected.

Passengers' Addresses may be left at the Information Bureau in order that any letters sent to the care of the Company may be forwarded.

None of the ship's staff, other than those on duty in. the Information Bureau, is authorized to accept Letters, cables and Telegrams for despatch.

Passengers are requested to ask for receipt on the Lines' Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair Hire, or Freight paid on board.

Letters, Cables and Telegrams

Letters, Cables and Telegrams are received at the Information. Bureau for despatch, and Postage Stamps can be purchased, also all Mails will be distributed there. Cablegrams and Telegrams should be handed in an hour before the arrival at any port of call.

Letters, Etc., for Passengers

Letters, etc., for Passengers will be brought on board before the Passengers land.

Wireless Service

The long range wireless equipment permits of the vessel communicating with the shore from any point during the trip to or from Europe. Passengers desiring to send message will consult the operator for rates.

Seats at Table

Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to the Chief Steward.

Smoking

Passengers are requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloons.

Special Notice

To save Passengers from annoyance and inconvenience through being solicited for contributions for the benefit of the Musicians, special arrangements have been made whereby the Musicians engaged in the orchestra and in the band are paid a liberal extra allowance by the United States Lines for the services they render.

It is suggested that Passengers refrain from contributing to funds for the Musicians, and that such contributions as they care to make be limited to those for charitable purposes such as concern Seamen, their widows and orphans, and deliver same to the Purser, taking receipt therefor. Information as to the manner in which such contributions or collections are distributed by the Management of the United States Lines will he furnished by the Purser, and also announced at the time such collections are undertaken or reported.

In the event Passengers prefer not to follow the suggestion made herein the Commander will upon written request authorize collections to be made for the joint benefit of the Musicians and for charitable purposes, which will be distributed by the Management upon the basis of 30% to the Musicians and 70% to Charity.

Collections should not be undertaken without first securing the approval of the Commander.

Deck Chairs and Steamer Rugs

These may be hired at $ 1.50 each for the voyage on application to the deck steward.

Medical Attention

The Surgeon is always at the disposal of those Passengers requiring his services. In case of illness originating on hoard, or after the departure of the steamer, no charge will be made for those services, and such medicines as are prescribed by the Ship's Surgeons will be furnished without expense to the Passengers. In cases of illness, not originating on hoard, the Surgeon is permitted to make the following charges :

  • For office visits, $ 1.00 per visit
  • For state-room visits, $ 2.00 per visit
  • with a maximum charge of $ 4.00 per day

If the Passengers consider that the charges made by the Surgeon for such services as he renders are improper or excessive, they are requested, before paying same, to take up the question with the Commander, and the bill will be either adjusted to a basis that will be satisfactory to the passenger or withdrawn. The purpose of the United States Lines is to make its service satisfactory to all Passengers.

Baggage

On disembarking Passengers are specially requested to claim their baggage before leaving the Custom-Office, otherwise under present abnormal conditions considerable delay and extra charge for carriage will be incurred in forwarding to destination any baggage not accompanying passenger on the railway.

Exchange of Money

The Purser is prepared, for the convenience of Passengers, to exchange a limited amount of money at rates which will be advised on application.

Valuables

The United States Lines has provided a safe in the office of the Purser, in which Passengers may deposit money, jewels, or ornaments for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to Passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

Return Bookings

Pursers of the United States Lines are ready to book your return passage. Sailing lists, rate sheets, cabin plans and other information will be cheerfully furnished upon application at the Purser's Office. Tickets can be secured or deposits to secure reservations can be made. The Purser will procure by radio, without charge to the passenger, reservations or any information necessary.

Return Passengers

First and Second class Passengers, embarking at Cherbourg, must communicate with our Paris Passage Office, United States Lines, 11 bis rue Scribe, several days before sailing.

Passengers embarking at London or Southampton must communicate with our London Passage Office, United States Lines, 3 Cockspur Street S. W. 1, several days before sailing.

Passengers embarking at Queenstown must communicate with the United States Lines' Office, several days before the departure of the steamer, in order to ascertain definite information regarding the reservations and sailing hour of steamer.

First class Passengers embarking at Bremen must call at our Bremen Office, Norddeutscher Lloyd. Passenger Department, Papenstrasse, the day before sailing, in order to secure their rail tickets from Bremen to Bremerhaven.

Second class Passengers, embarking at Bremen, must call at the office of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Passenger Department, Papenstrasse, two Days prior to the departure of steamer, in order to comply with Government Regulations and secure rail tickets from Bremen to Bremerhaven.

American Customs Regulations

On the return trip, your baggage will be subject to the same inspection on landing in America as on landing abroad. American Citizenship does not permit you to bring dutiable goods into the country without paying duty.

A blank will be furnished you aboard the steamer before landing. This must be filled out, listing in detail every article you obtained abroad which you are bringing home. The list is then given the ship's purser.

This list is called your "declaration" and should include all wearing apparel, jewelry and other articles, whether worn or not, carried on your person, in your clothing, or in your baggage. These items must give their cost or value abroad and whether they were bought or given to you. Also jewelry and wearing apparel, taken out of the United States and remodeled abroad, must be listed with the cost of remodeling.

You are allowed to bring into the United States $ 100 worth of personal effects bought abroad free of duty, in addition to all wearing apparel taken from the United States on sailing.

Recovery of U. S. Head Tax

This Tax can he recovered by Passengers, if same bas been paid, provided they inform the U. S. Immigration Inspector on arrival at New York of their intention to leave the United States within sixty days (the time prescribed by U. S. Law), and obtain from him Transit Certificate Form 514.

It is also necessary for this Transit Certificate Form 514 to be handed to the transportation company when completed, in time to allow same to be placed before the Immigration Authorities in Washington within 120 days of passenger's arrival in the United States.

Unless this regulation is complied with, the Tax cannot be recovered.

Suggestions and Complaints

Suggestions, complaints or criticisms of service or of personnel should be addressed to the General Manager, United States Lines, 45 Broadway, New York City.

The Fleet

  • Leviathan
  • George Washington
  • America
  • President Harding
  • President Roosevelt
  • President Arthur
  • President FILLMORE
  • President ADAMS
  • President GARFIELD
  • President Monroe
  • President POLK
  • President Van BUREN

Express Services

  • Bremen - Southampton - Cherbourg - New York
  • DANZIG - Bremen - New York
  • Southampton-Cherbourg- New York
  • London - Cherbourg - Queenstown - New York

United States Lines Freight Department

All of the steamers operated by the United States Lines are combination freight and passenger ships. They are modern in every respect and some are equipped for carriage of considerable cargo under refrigeration.

Our Docks are of recent construction and modern in all equipment, offering facilities for loading direct from cars into steamer, eliminating any hauling, lighterage or transfer by trucks. This is especially advantageous to Western Shippers, and movement of through cargo consignments in carload lots.

Special attention is given to shipments of household goods, automobiles, etc.

for Rates and Space Apply To United States Lines

Freight Department 45 Broadway, New York

Carl Schünemann, Bremen

February 1924 Westbound Voyage - S.S. America

Passenger List, United States Lines S.S. America 1924
  • Date of Voyage: 1924 February 22 - March 3
  • Vessel: America
  • Class: Cabin Passengers
  • Route: Bremen » Southampton » Cherbourg » New York
  • Captain: W. Rind, U.S.N.R.F
  • Number of Printed Pages: 21
  • Transcription: Paul K. Gjenvick
  • Récapitulation:
    • Cabin Passengers: 426
    • Third Class Passengers: 134
    • Sea Post Clerks: 2
    • Officers and Staff: 535
    • Total Souls on Board: 1,097
  • Language(s): English
  • Dimensions: 13.7 x 20.6 cm
  • Morton Allan Directory: Page 226, Column 2

 

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