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Passenger List, United States Lines, S.S. George Washington, 22 August 1934

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. George Washington of the United States Lines, Departing 22 August 1924 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain H. A. Cunningham, U.S.N.R.F.

List of First and Second Cabin Passengers

United States Lines
S.S. George Washington
Captain H. A. Cunningham, U.S.N.R.F.

Bremen to New York
via Southampton and Cherbourg
Friday, 22 August 1924

Ships List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain, H. A. Cunningham, U. S. N. R. F.
  2. Chief Officer: James Ford
  3. Chief Engineer: W. G. Grace
  4. First Officer: Janis Swers
  5. Chief Surgeon: Dr. R. H. Bolling
  6. Purser: F. C. Arnoult
  7. Chief Steward: A. Sudman

Front Cover, Passenger List, S.S. George Washington, United States Lines, August 1924

First Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Louis Ackermann
  2. Mr. Julius Adler
  3. Mrs. Julius Adler
  4. Miss Myrthe Aggas
  5. Judge J. Ailshen
  6. Mrs. J. Ailshen
  7. Mr. J. C. Alley
  8. Mr. J. L. Alley
  9. Mrs. F. Anthes
  10. Mr. S. A. Arnstein
  11. Mrs. S. A. Arnstein
  12. Miss Helena Maude Babbage
  13. Mr. J. S. L. Baker
  14. Miss Vera Barad
  15. Mr. H. Barker
  16. Miss G. Barley
  17. Mr. T. S. Barnes
  18. Mrs. F. S. Barnes
  19. Mr. Charles B. Barnes
  20. Mr. Otmar Bauer
  21. Mr. C. D. Bells
  22. Mrs. C. D. Bells
  23. Miss Tjelma Belyea
  24. Mr. Frank J. Bennett
  25. Mrs. Frank J. Bennett
  26. Mrs. F. V. Benjamin
  27. Mrs. M. N. Benson
  28. Master G. K. Benson
  29. Mr. August Berg
  30. Miss Anna F. Berry
  31. Miss M. Birth
  32. Mrs. E. Bohrmann
  33. Mrs. G. M. Brady
  34. Mr. Geo Brakeles
  35. Mrs. Thos. C. Brown
  36. Major Robert D. Brown
  37. Mrs. Rosalie V. Brown
  38. Master Robert Brown
  39. Miss Rosalie Brown
  40. Miss A. T. Brown
  41. Mr. E. L. Bruce
  42. Mrs. E. L. Bruce
  43. Mr. E. L. Bruce Jr.
  44. Mrs. E. L. Bruce Jr.
  45. Mrs. Cecile Brunswick
  46. Miss Ilice Brunswick
  47. Mr. W. Marshall Bullitt
  48. Mrs. W. M. Bullitt
  49. Mr. S. F. Burki
  50. Mr. Aug. A. Busch
  51. Mr. George K. Busch
  52. Miss Anna Buttler
  53. Miss Clara McCall
  54. Mr. Th. Camp
  55. Mrs. Th. Camp
  56. Master James Camp
  57. Mrs. Lillian Campbell
  58. Miss Marion Candler
  59. Miss Ada Candler
  60. Miss Eleonor Candler
  61. Miss A. G. Cassers
  62. Miss Sara L. Cassers
  63. Mrs. A. M. Chapman
  64. Mrs. C. Clare
  65. Mr. John Clafein
  66. Mrs. John Clafein
  67. Mr. F. T. Cleary
  68. Mrs. V. B. Cohen
  69. Miss D. Cohen
  70. Dr. H. L. Cook
  71. Mrs. H. L. Cook
  72. Mrs. Emma W. Colman
  73. Mrs. J. J. Coonley
  74. Miss F. Coonley
  75. Mrs. Charlotte Conlin
  76. Miss Charlotte Conlin
  77. Mr. Robert E. Coppinger
  78. Mrs. Frances T. Coppinger
  79. Mrs. S. Ralph Corbin
  80. Miss Helen Corbin
  81. Miss A. Crippen
  82. Mrs. L. S. Critchell
  83. Mr. Lawrence Critchell
  84. Mr. Howard Critchell
  85. Miss Florence McCrossin
  86. Mr. Eugen T. Crowther
  87. Mrs. Eugen T., Crowther
  88. Miss Alice M. Cusak
  89. Mrs. L. Delafield and Maid
  90. Mr. John R. Demarest
  91. Mrs. John R. Demarest
  92. Mr. Toby Deutschmann
  93. Mr. William A. Devin
  94. Mr. Carl H. Diehl
  95. Mrs. T. M. Dixon
  96. Mr. Milos Dlouhy
  97. Dr. Florence E. Donnelly
  98. Miss Marguerita Dorr
  99. Mr. John D. Dorris
  100. Mrs. John D. Dorris
  101. Mr. H. H. Douglas
  102. Mrs. H. H. Douglas
  103. Miss Beatrice R. Doyle
  104. Mrs. M. T. Dunigan
  105. Miss M. A. Dunn
  106. Mrs. Martha Dyrenforth
  107. Miss Lucy Elliot
  108. Mr. August Ernstthal
  109. Mrs. August Ernstthal
  110. Mr. Harry M. Evans
  111. Mrs. Harry M. Evans
  112. Miss Helen Evans
  113. Mr. Wm. Fleischmann
  114. Mrs. P. M. De Ford
  115. Prof. Carl Gustav Forsell
  116. Mrs. Eva K. Foster
  117. Mr. Wm. L. Foushee
  118. Mr. J. D. Fredericks, Member of Congress
  119. Mr. James B. Fredericks
  120. Miss. Deborah A. Fredericks
  121. Mrs. John D. Fredericks
  122. Miss Doris Fredericks
  123. Miss Elly Freund
  124. Miss Paula Friede
  125. Dr. Henry Friedenwald
  126. Miss C. Friend
  127. Miss Emilie Frisch
  128. Miss Gertrude Frye
  129. Mr. Gade
  130. Mr. Isaac Ginsburg
  131. Mrs. Julia Ginsburg
  132. Mr. Herman Ginsburg
  133. Mr. Harry Goeldlin
  134. Mr. M. Goldberg
  135. Mrs. M. Goldberg
  136. Mr. Max Goldstein
  137. Mrs. Max Goldstein
  138. Miss T. Gouddraux
  139. Mr. Max Greenhut
  140. Mrs. Max Greenhut
  141. Mr. Isaak Gropper
  142. Mr. Marshal Hale
  143. Mr. John G. Hanke
  144. Mrs. J. G. Hanke
  145. Master Waren W. Hanke
  146. Mr. Chas. de Harrach
  147. Mr. G. E. Harris
  148. Mrs. G. E. Harris
  149. Mr. O. J. Harris
  150. Mrs. O. J. Harris
  151. Mr. Overton Harris
  152. Mr. Hermann Hartmann
  153. Mrs. Hermann Hartmann
  154. Miss. Mary Harts
  155. Mrs. Marie Harts
  156. Mr. B. A. Hearon
  157. Mrs. B. A. Hearon
  158. Mrs. L. Hebard
  159. Mr. Louis J. Heckler
  160. Mrs. Louis J. Heckler
  161. Mrs. G. J. Heflin
  162. Miss. B. Helm
  163. Mrs. R. G. Hemmingsway
  164. Mrs. F. Herbst
  165. Dr. Ernst James Heymann
  166. Mr. Lavine A. Higgins
  167. Mrs. J. P. Hill
  168. Miss C. C. Hill
  169. Miss C. D. Hill
  170. Miss S. C. Hill
  171. Miss Gertrude Hill
  172. Hon. Jesse Holdon
  173. Mrs. Jesse Holdon
  174. Mr. Frank Hollingsworth
  175. Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth
  176. Judge Wm. G. Holt
  177. Mrs. Wm. G. Holt
  178. His Excellency A. B. Hougthon, American Embassador
  179. Mr. A. Hougthon
  180. Mrs. E. C. Houlkes
  181. Mr. Geo M. Huey
  182. Mrs. Geo M. Huey
  183. Miss Frances M. Hulla
  184. Mr. M. Hunt
  185. Mrs. M. Hunt
  186. Miss Hunt
  187. Mr. Conrad C. Ingold
  188. Mr. Josef Isner
  189. Mr. Hans Joachim
  190. Mrs. S. Joachim
  191. Miss Edith Joachim
  192. Mrs. Helen C. Johnson
  193. Mr. W. B. Jones
  194. Mrs. W. B. Jones
  195. Miss Ella Virgina Jones
  196. Mr. Charles L. Kagey
  197. Mr. Henry Kahn
  198. Mr. Harry A. Kangesser
  199. Mr. Robert Kangesser
  200. Mr. Wm. Fritz Kaufmann
  201. Mrs. J. A. Keene
  202. Mr. Nicholas Kelley
  203. Mrs. Nicholas Kelley
  204. Mr. Kelley
  205. Mrs. Kelley
  206. Master D L. Kiehle
  207. Miss K. G. Kiehle
  208. Mr. Allan T. MacKiell
  209. Mrs. Allan T. MacKiell
  210. Mr. William Klingenberger
  211. Mrs. William Klingenberger
  212. Mr. A. Knaus
  213. Mr. Max Knobloch
  214. Mr. P. Kochanski
  215. Mrs. P. Kochanski
  216. Mr. Robert Konig
  217. Mrs. Robert Konig
  218. Dr. Otto Konig
  219. Miss Elizabeth Konig
  220. Miss Helen König
  221. Mrs. F. G. Kreye
  222. Mr. J. A. Kronson
  223. Mrs. S. Kugel
  224. Miss H. Kugel
  225. Mr. Paul Langerfeld
  226. Mrs. Paul Langerfeld
  227. Judge Alonzo McLaughlin
  228. Mrs. Alonzo McLaughlin
  229. Mrs. Henry Leach
  230. Mr. Henry Lee
  231. Mrs. Henry Lee
  232. Miss Catherine Leeper
  233. Mrs. Bessic Levin
  234. Dr. P. A. Levine
  235. Mrs. P. A. Levine
  236. Miss Elizabeth Logan
  237. Miss Margaret Logan
  238. Mr. John Logeman
  239. Mr. John Logeman Third
  240. Mr. J. Herbert Low
  241. Mr. Lloyd Lubetkin
  242. Mr. H. G. Luckhaus
  243. Mrs. J. Luckhaus
  244. Mr. Rodolfo Luckhaus
  245. Mr. Fritz Luckhaus
  246. Mr. Carlos Luckhaus
  247. Miss Edith S. Lufts
  248. Mr. Lujan
  249. Mr. Alexander Margruder
  250. Dr. A. F. Margruder
  251. Mrs. M. C. Marholfer
  252. Miss Helen Marks
  253. Mrs. C. Hall Martin
  254. Master Hall Martin
  255. Mr. D. M. Martin
  256. Mr. L. Martin
  257. Mrs. L. Martin
  258. Vicekonsul Abbol Martin
  259. Mrs. C. D. Matthews
  260. Mr. J. T. Maynard
  261. Mr. W. H. Maynard
  262. Mr. E. Maynz
  263. Mr. W. J. Menko
  264. Mrs. W. J. Menko
  265. Mr. Alfred Meyer
  266. Mrs. Alfred Meyer
  267. Mr. Dudley H. Millee
  268. Mrs. H. Millee
  269. Miss Julia Miller
  270. Mrs. A. L. Miller
  271. Miss N. Miller
  272. Capt. M. Miller
  273. Mrs. M. Miller
  274. Miss Nancy Lee Miller
  275. Miss M. Montgomery
  276. Miss T. Montgomery
  277. Mr. C. R. Moore
  278. Master John C. Mott
  279. Mr. Howard S. Mott
  280. Mrs. Howard S. Mott
  281. Master H. Mott Jr.
  282. Miss Ruth Mueller
  283. Mr. A. Neve
  284. Mrs. A. Neve
  285. Mrs. Clarence Oppenheimer
  286. Miss Muriel Oppenheimer
  287. Miss Ellen F. Pendleton
  288. Miss E. Perry
  289. Mr. Nathan E. Posner
  290. Mrs. Ethel Proser
  291. Mrs. George C. Priissing
  292. Mr. Pulver
  293. Mr. John F. Quinn
  294. Mrs. John F. Quinn
  295. Mrs. Charles Rands
  296. Mr. Woodbory Ranson
  297. Mrs. Woodbury Ranson
  298. Mr. Woodbury Ranson Jr.
  299. Mr. Alice N. Ranson
  300. Mr. Leo M, Real
  301. Mr. C. F. Redenour
  302. Mr. William Reid
  303. Mrs. William Reid
  304. Mr. J. Reynolds
  305. Mrs. L. L. Richards
  306. Miss Imogene R. Richards
  307. Master Wm. S. Richards
  308. Mrs. W. T. Riddell
  309. Mrs. M. E. Ridenour
  310. Mr. David Rieser
  311. Mr. Thos. C. Ridgway
  312. Mrs. Thos. C. Ridgway
  313. Lt. P. M. Robinett
  314. Mrs. Josephia Rohn
  315. Mrs. Joseph Rohn
  316. Mr. Edward A. Rosenberg
  317. Mrs. Edward A. Rosenberg
  318. Miss Jane Rosenthal
  319. Miss A. Rupright
  320. Miss Dorothea Rushmore
  321. Mr. D. Ryan
  322. Miss Louise Sahr
  323. Mr. H. W. Scovell
  324. Mrs. H. W. Scovell
  325. Mrs. Lella M. Sewall
  326. Mr. James O'Shaugnessy
  327. Mrs. James O'Shaugnessy
  328. Mr. Wm. M. Shaw
  329. Mr. Harry Shaw
  330. Mrs. Harry Shaw
  331. Mr. Victor Shaw
  332. Mr. George Sickel
  333. Dr. E. Skelton
  334. Mrs. E. Skelton
  335. Miss Dorothy Smith
  336. Mrs. F. Smykal
  337. Miss Smykal
  338. Miss E. G. Spindlers
  339. Mr. J. Sullivan
  340. Mrs. J. Sullivan
  341. Mr. F. M. Supplee
  342. Mrs. F. M. Supplee
  343. Mrs. Mimie L. Spitzer
  344. Miss Catherine Schafer
  345. Mr. J. J. Scheuch
  346. Mrs. J. J. Scheuch
  347. Mrs. Leo Schlager
  348. Mrs. K. G. Schroff
  349. Miss G. Schroff
  350. Mrs. N. A. Schulman
  351. Mr. C. E. Stamvood
  352. Mr. G. W. Stearns
  353. Mrs. G. W. Stearns
  354. Mr. Benjamin Steinberg
  355. Mr. Henry C. Steneck
  356. Mrs. Henry C. Steneck
  357. Miss Olga Steneck
  358. Master John Steneck
  359. Mr. E. L. Steward
  360. Mrs. Catherine Steward
  361. Mr. Rudolph Strauß
  362. Mrs. Rudolph Strauß
  363. Mr. Meyer Strauil
  364. Mrs. Meyer StraufS
  365. Mrs. G. Streusand
  366. Mrs. T. Tamback
  367. Mr. A. H. Thorndike
  368. Mrs. A. H. Thorndike
  369. Miss Marion Thorndike
  370. Miss Kate Nelson Turnirseed
  371. Mr. Richard Uhlfelder
  372. Mrs. Richard Uhlfelder
  373. Mr. Carl v. d. Upwich
  374. Mr. B. Veit
  375. Mrs. B. Veit
  376. Miss Marion Veit
  377. Dr. Lucien Viberol
  378. Mr. E. J. Vigneron
  379. Miss Lella M. Wales
  380. Miss H. B. Walsh
  381. Miss M. A. Walsh
  382. Mrs. M. Walzer
  383. Miss Edna Walzer
  384. Judge Gleme E. Warner
  385. Miss Lillie Watt
  386. Mr. Matthews Webber
  387. Mrs. Louise Weissker
  388. Mr. S. S. Weitzer
  389. Mrs. S. S. Weitzer
  390. Mr. Wm. J. Wemple
  391. Mrs. Wm. J. Wemple
  392. Miss Caroline Wemple
  393. Mr. Max Weyl
  394. Mr. Adolph Weyl
  395. Mrs. Adolph Weyl
  396. Captain Charles Wharton
  397. Miss L. M. Whitall
  398. Miss L. G. Whitney
  399. Miss Clarissa Wiggins
  400. Mrs. S. Wilde
  401. Major F. W. Wile
  402. Mrs. F. W. Wile
  403. Mr. George Williams
  404. Mr. T. W. Wisotzkey
  405. Miss Vivian Wright
  406. Mr. Thomas B. Wright
  407. Mr. Vincent W. Woytisek
  408. Mrs. B. Zimmermann

To Southamton:

  1. Mrs. Otto Adam
  2. General-Consul Fr. Dumont
  3. Mrs. Dumont and Maid
  4. Mrs. Hans Freudenberg
  5. Master H. K. Freudenberg
  6. Miss Ida M. Freudenberg
  7. Master W. Ph. Freudenberg
  8. Mr. Otto Halberg
  9. Mrs. Otto Halberg
  10. Mr. Joachim Hillger
  11. Mr. Hermann Hillger
  12. Mr. Hoehne
  13. Mrs. Hoehne
  14. Colonel Johnson
  15. Mrs. Johnson, child and gouverness
  16. Mr. Georg Jansen
  17. Mr. George Kemnitz
  18. Mrs. George Kemnitz
  19. Mr. Walter Knopf
  20. Mr. Kochmann
  21. Mrs. Kochmann
  22. Mr. Wilhelm Lange
  23. Mrs. Wilhelm Lange
  24. Mr. Ernst Meier
  25. Mrs. Anni Meier
  26. Mr. M. A. Meyer
  27. Miss Rosa Wagner
  28. Mr. Konrad Warnecke
  29. Mr. Alfred Werthaimer
  30. Mrs. Alfred Wertheimer

To Cherbourg:

  1. Baron de Camas

Proposed Sailings for 1924 (August to November)

Ships List of Second Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Anna Adamez
  2. Mrs. H. M. Allison
  3. Mr. Thos. Bullock
  4. Mrs. Wilhelmina Burkhardt
  5. Miss Louisa Burkhardt
  6. Miss A. J. Baldwin
  7. Miss E. M. P. Bartlett
  8. Mr. Fred Bastian
  9. Mrs. Fred Bastian
  10. Miss Matilde Bastian
  11. Miss Anita Bastian
  12. Master Ernest Bastian
  13. Mr. Harold Little Bear
  14. Mrs. Fanny Berger
  15. Miss Lilly Berger
  16. Mr. Julius Berliner
  17. Miss Edith Blake
  18. Mrs. Elizabeth Blatter
  19. Miss Meta Boettcher
  20. Mr. W. E. Borden
  21. Mrs. W. E. Borden
  22. Mrs. Breuer
  23. Miss Breuer
  24. Mr. Meyer Brod
  25. Mrs. M. E. Buckley
  26. Miss Barbara Buckley
  27. Mr. Harry A. Buffmann
  28. Mrs. Ella M. Buffmann
  29. Miss E. M. Childs
  30. Mrs. G. E. Cook
  31. Miss L. I. Cook
  32. Mr. John A. Cox
  33. Mrs. M. W. Craig
  34. Mr. A. W. Craver
  35. Miss M. G. Cupran
  36. Mrs. Mary Damm
  37. Mr. Nathan H. Davis
  38. Mrs. Flora N. Davis
  39. Miss Josephine Dercalik
  40. Miss May F. Devine
  41. Miss E. J. Dolgluich
  42. Mrs. Marie Duda
  43. Mrs. Mary Dunn
  44. Miss Margaret Dunn
  45. Mrs. Minna Dworatzek
  46. Miss M. Dykes
  47. Miss E. Eckert
  48. Mrs. Maria Falkner
  49. Mr. Ludwig Falkner
  50. Miss Fanny Falkner
  51. Mr. Joseph Fietz
  52. Mrs. Stephany Fietz
  53. Miss Marie Finster
  54. Mrs. C. F. Flynn
  55. Master C. F. Flynn
  56. Mr. August Fortmann
  57. Rev. Wm. Francis
  58. Mrs. Wm. Francis
  59. Mr. John G. Fraune
  60. Mr. Benjamin Fredman
  61. Mr. George Funk
  62. Miss Blanche C. Gadbois
  63. Miss M. Gallagher
  64. Miss M. J. S. Gallon
  65. Mrs. G. Garbe
  66. Master G. Garbe
  67. Miss Faith Garland
  68. Miss Ida Gesner
  69. Miss Chaje Gewirtz
  70. Miss Bessie Gewirtz
  71. Miss Helen Gewirtz
  72. Master Oscar Gewirtz
  73. Master Seymour Gewirtz
  74. Mr. Jonas Gewirtz
  75. Mr. Jakob Gewirtz
  76. Miss M. Gillies
  77. Mr. Georgeo C. Gilo
  78. Miss Anna M. Godderz
  79. Mr. Mike Gold
  80. Mrs. Mike Gold
  81. Mrs. Melita Gutgesell
  82. Master Alfred Gutgesell
  83. Mrs. Amalie Graner
  84. Mrs. A. B. Griscom
  85. Miss A. B. Griscom
  86. Mr. Hermann Grossmann
  87. Mr. Hermann W. Grossman
  88. Mrs. Goldie Grossman
  89. Miss Mildred Grossman
  90. Mr. Heinrich Grube
  91. Mr. Adolf Gutmann
  92. Miss Marion P. Hallock
  93. Miss Mary T. Hamelman
  94. Miss Gertrude Hamelman
  95. Mr. Carl Hampel
  96. Miss Yazella Hancsar
  97. Miss Mildred Hardy
  98. Miss Lillian Hardy
  99. Miss May Hardy
  100. Miss M. B. Harrie
  101. Miss Anne Hathaway
  102. Miss Ester Hayden
  103. Mr. Ernst Heck
  104. Mr. Paul Hediger
  105. Mr. Karl Heidelberger
  106. Mr. August Heins
  107. Mr. Franz Hellmann
  108. Mrs. Ida Hellmann
  109. Miss Magda Hellmann
  110. Miss Johanna Hellmann
  111. Mr. Hermann Hempe
  112. Mrs. Hannah Henderson
  113. Miss Olive Henderson
  114. Miss Kathleen Henderson
  115. Miss Blanche Henderson
  116. Miss Anna E. Hennessey
  117. Miss Ruth Henry
  118. Mrs. Alma Hentschel
  119. Dr. H. D. Herold
  120. Mrs. H. D. Herold
  121. Mr. F. W. Hertrich
  122. Mr. S. G. Heuse
  123. Mrs. Margaret Hofmeier
  124. Mr. J. R. Hollidey
  125. Mrs. J. R. Hollidey
  126. Miss Nellie I. Hopkins
  127. Mr. Gustav A. Hunziker
  128. Mrs. Gustav A. Hunziker
  129. Mr. Walter J. Hunziker
  130. Miss Ida M. Hunziker
  131. Mr. Frank Hyland
  132. Mr. Charles H. Intemann
  133. Mrs. Margarete Intemann
  134. Miss Martha J. Jrvine
  135. Miss Mary Keefe
  136. Mr. Friedrich Kegel
  137. Mrs. Gozella Kegl
  138. Master Stefan Kegl
  139. Mr. Edwin Kelly
  140. Miss E. L. Kenworthy
  141. Mr. Hermann Killian
  142. Mrs. Kirby
  143. Mr. William Kiskpatrick
  144. Mrs. Johanna Kixmiller
  145. Miss Johanna Kixmiller
  146. Miss Sarah Kleinman
  147. Mrs. Marie Klingenberger
  148. Miss Susie Klingenberger
  149. Mrs. E. Kneedler
  150. Mr. H. F. W. Knowles
  151. Mrs. H. F. W. Knowles
  152. Mr. Georg Koch
  153. Mr. Nicholas Kovac
  154. Mr. P. G. Kramer
  155. Mrs. P. G. Kramer
  156. Mr. Arthur H. Krauss
  157. Mr. Frank Krefetz
  158. Mrs. Rosa Krefetz
  159. Miss Freda Krefetz
  160. Mrs. Marie Kreissig
  161. Miss Traute Kreissig
  162. Mrs. Margaret A. Kyper
  163. Miss Amalija Mavric
  164. Miss W. Mayers
  165. Miss L. L. McCafferty
  166. Miss Helen McDowall
  167. Mr. J. E. McElainney
  168. Mrs. J. E. McElainney
  169. Mr. G. S. McElainney
  170. Mrs. R. Langley
  171. Miss Hilma Leers
  172. Mrs. Helene Lennig
  173. Miss Felicitas Lennig
  174. Miss Cecilia Lepetes
  175. Miss Beatrice Lepetes
  176. Mr. Charles Lewandowski
  177. Mrs. Louise Lewandowski
  178. Mr. Morris Lieberman
  179. Miss Olga Loeffart
  180. Mrs. Anna M. Ludwig
  181. Miss C. Macrae
  182. Mr. Peter Manthey
  183. Mrs. Wilhelmine Manthey
  184. Mrs. Antonia Manthey
  185. Mrs. Franziska Marchlewski
  186. Master Henryk Marchlewskil
  187. Master Alfred Marchlewski
  188. Miss Wanda Marchlewski
  189. Mrs. Elisabeth Martin
  190. Mother Mary Coelestine
  191. Mother Mary Vita
  192. Miss M. F. McElainney
  193. Miss Agnes McKee
  194. Miss Josefine Menz
  195. Mrs. Bertha Miller
  196. Miss Sarah Miller
  197. Mrs. Maria Moser
  198. Miss Helen Moser
  199. Mrs. Annie Mostkov
  200. Mrs. Olga Myers
  201. Mr. Peter Neary
  202. Mr. John N. Neary
  203. Rev. Bernard Neary
  204. Rev. Raymond Neary
  205. Miss Flora Neckvitz
  206. Mrs. J. G. Neil
  207. Master William Neil
  208. Miss Berta Neumann
  209. Mr. Jorgen Nissen
  210. Mr. Frank Oleksinski
  211. Miss Helen C. O'Reilly
  212. Mrs. Zdenka Parizek
  213. Miss Rosie Parizek
  214. Mr. Rudolf Parizek
  215. Mr. Harry 'Parker
  216. Miss Harriet C. Parker
  217. Miss Emma Paskarbeit
  218. Mrs. Frances Pecha
  219. Mr. Gustav Peck
  220. Miss Ada Peyer
  221. Mr. Thos. J. Phelps
  222. Mrs. Thos. J. Phelps
  223. Mr. J. Phillips
  224. Miss Nancy Phillips
  225. Miss H. Phillips
  226. Mrs. J. Picken
  227. Miss E. Picken
  228. Miss M. Picken
  229. Mr. Wm. Carson Piess
  230. Miss D. Pocock
  231. Mr. John Postelion
  232. Miss Marie Prang
  233. Mr. G. H. Pritchard
  234. Mrs. G. H. Pritchard
  235. Mr. Siegfried Putz
  236. Mrs. Gertrud Putz
  237. Mr. Edward Radtke
  238. Mrs. Theresia Radtke
  239. Mrs. Ida A. Radtke
  240. Dr. Fred M. Ray
  241. Mrs. Rachel Ray
  242. Mr. Ralph M. Ray
  243. Miss Helen E. Ray
  244. Gottlob Reber
  245. Mrs. Frieda Reber
  246. Mrs. Theresa Retzer
  247. Mr. Samuel Rich
  248. Mrs. Fanny Rich
  249. Mrs. H. Richards
  250. Mr. W. H. Richardson
  251. Mr. Frank Rixius
  252. Miss Elizabeth Rixius
  253. Mr. William Robertson
  254. Mrs. William Robertson
  255. Miss E. J. Robertson
  256. Miss Victoria M. Roberts
  257. Miss Minnie Roberts
  258. Mrs. I. Rockwell
  259. Mrs. Karoline Rodegerdts
  260. Mr. Leo Rosenblum
  261. Mr. Oscar Rosenbaum
  262. Mr. Ph. Rothfader
  263. Mrs. Ph. Rothfader
  264. Mrs. M. M. Ryan
  265. Mr. W. S. Ryder
  266. Mr. Josef Samek
  267. Mrs. Anna Samek
  268. Miss Elsie Samek
  269. Mr. Sidney de Santy
  270. Rabbi Aizer Sapoznikof
  271. Mr. George Sasu
  272. Mr. Henry A. Sauer
  273. Mrs. Henny A. Sauer
  274. Mr. George E. Sayce
  275. Mrs. George E. Sayce
  276. Mr. S. G. Shearer
  277. Mr. J. T. Sheer
  278. Mrs. J. T. Sheer
  279. Miss Alice M. Sheer
  280. Mr. J. W. Sherwin
  281. Mrs. J. W. Sherwin
  282. Miss R. A. Sherwin
  283. Mrs. Elsie Silvermann
  284. Master Paul Silvermann
  285. Mr. David W. Smith
  286. Mrs. Cecilie Smutny
  287. Master Vaclav Smutny
  288. Mrs. Mary Socey
  289. Master Stephen Socey
  290. Miss Katharina Sonn
  291. Mrs. E. B. T. Spencer
  292. Mr. Benjamin Subin
  293. Mr. Kalman Szalai
  294. Mrs. Katalin Szalai
  295. Mr. Alex Szegedy
  296. Sister Mary Dionysia
  297. Sister Leopoldine
  298. Sister Bilfrieda
  299. Sister Anna
  300. Sister Rosalia
  301. Sister Serapia
  302. Sister Lamberta
  303. Sister Illuminata
  304. Sister Raineldes
  305. Sister Elisabeth
  306. Sister Juliana
  307. Sister Bernardine
  308. Sister Hildegard
  309. Sister Jona
  310. Sister Trudberta
  311. Sister Aetheria
  312. Sister Luise
  313. Sister Davina
  314. Sister Reinharda
  315. Sister Maria
  316. Sister Katharina
  317. Miss Elsa Scheerer
  318. Miss Elizabeth Scheerer
  319. Mr. Theo Scheerer
  320. Mr. P. Scheller
  321. Mrs. P. Scheller
  322. Master P. Scheller
  323. Miss Josephine Schildgen
  324. Miss Dora Schlaeger
  325. Miss Margaret Schlauch
  326. Mr. Karl H. Schmatzler
  327. Mrs. Ida Schmatzler
  328. Mrs. Stephanie Schneck
  329. Miss Karla Schoeps
  330. Mrs. Frida Schultz
  331. Miss M. SChumaker
  332. Mrs. Katharina Schwartz
  333. Miss Helene Schwartz
  334. Mr. Rudolph Stahli
  335. Mrs. Rudolph Stahli
  336. Mrs. Ann Stark
  337. Miss Valeria Stark
  338. Master Alexander Stark
  339. Rev Henry Stauffer
  340. Mr. Henry Stammerjohann
  341. Dr. Wood Stewart
  342. Mrs. Wood Stewart
  343. Mrs. R. G. Stoddart
  344. Mr. Anthony Stukas
  345. Miss Nellie Taylor
  346. Mr. Henry Taylor
  347. Mrs. Mary Teppert
  348. Mrs. Sabina Teppert
  349. Miss Gertrud Thurau
  350. Mr. John Torok
  351. Mr. Angelo Traviani
  352. Mrs. Angelo Traviani
  353. Miss Alba Traviani
  354. Mr. Giudo Traviani
  355. Miss Marjanna Trzeszcynska
  356. Mr. Ignacy Tukalski
  357. Mr. William F. Turnbull
  358. Mrs. William F. Turnbull
  359. Mrs. R. J. Twisaday
  360. Miss Elisa Volkert
  361. Mrs. Gesine Wacker
  362. Miss Johanne Wacker
  363. Miss Anni Wacker
  364. Mrs. Mary Wagner
  365. Mr. Friedrich Wagner
  366. Mrs. Elisabeth Wagner
  367. Mrs. William Wagner
  368. Mrs. Anna Walter
  369. Mrs. Anna Wasem
  370. Miss L. Wattes
  371. Miss Paula Weber
  372. Mr. Alois Weimar
  373. Mrs. Anna Weiner
  374. Miss Julia Weiner
  375. Mr. John Weingartner
  376. Miss Edith Welle
  377. Mrs. Elizabeth Weyermann
  378. Mr. Israel Wildstein
  379. Rev. G. P. Williams
  380. Mrs. Esther Williams
  381. Miss Margery Wilson
  382. Miss B. Winn
  383. Mrs. H. D. Wishard
  384. Miss Blanche Wishard
  385. Mr. Stanley Wright
  386. Mrs. Barbara G. Wright
  387. Miss Rachel G. M. Wright
  388. Mrs. I. D. Wyse
  389. Miss Louise Wyse
  390. Miss Helen V. Yonker
  391. Mr. Eric Ziegenhorn
  392. Mrs. Minni Zimmer
  393. Miss Elise Zuber
  394. Mr. Hugo Zwicker

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 a 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 be 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.

Electric Bath

The Charge for the use of the Electric Bath is fixed at s 1.50.

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 board, 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 s 4.00 per day.
If the Passengers consider that the charges made by the Surgeon f r such services as he renders are...

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Return Passengers

First and Second class Passengers, embarking at Cherbourg, must communicate with our Paris Passage Office, Milted States Lines, 1 Rue Auber, several days before sailing.

Passengers embarking at London or Southampton must communicate with our London Passage Office, United States Lines, 14 Regent 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 be 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.

Memorandum

The Fleet

Passenger Service Gross Register Tons

Leviathan 59,956
George Washington 25,570
America 22,622
Repbulic 18,022
President Harding 14,127
President Roosevelt 14,127

Express Services

Bremen - Southampton - Cherbourg - New York
DANZIG - Bremen - New York
Southampton - Cherbourg - 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 Schiinemann, Bremen.

Note to Researchers: Alphabetical listing of Passengers with Irish surnames beginning with "Mc" as in "McDonalds" in this passenger list, would be filed under the part of the name following the "Mc" -- in this illustration, "McDonalds" would be alphabetized under "Donalds."

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First Cabin Passengers (Ackermann to Buttler) First Cabin Passengers (Mc Call [sic] to Evans) First Cabin Passengers (Fleischmann to Holdon) First Cabin Passengers (Hollingsworth to Leach)
First Cabin Passengers (Ackermann to Buttler) First Cabin Passengers (Mc Call [sic] to Evans) First Cabin Passengers (Fleischmann to Holdon) First Cabin Passengers (Hollingsworth to Leach)
First Cabin Passengers (Lee to Oppenheimer) First Cabin Passengers (Pendleton to Spitzer) First Cabin Passengers (Schafer to Wiggins) First Cabin Passengers (Wilde to Zimmermann + To Southampton and Cherbourg)
First Cabin Passengers (Lee to Oppenheimer) First Cabin Passengers (Pendleton to Spitzer) First Cabin Passengers (Schafer to Wiggins) First Cabin Passengers (Wilde to Zimmermann + To Southampton and Cherbourg)
Second Cabin Passengers (Adamez to Eckert) Second Cabin Passengers (Falkner to Hayden) Second Cabin Passengers (Heck to Krauss) Second Cabin Passengers (Krefetz to O'Reilly)
Second Cabin Passengers (Adamez to Eckert) Second Cabin Passengers (Falkner to Hayden) Second Cabin Passengers (Heck to Krauss) Second Cabin Passengers (Krefetz to O'Reilly)
Second Cabin Passengers (Parizek to Samek) Second Cabin Passengers (de Santy to Schlauch) Second Cabin Passengers (Schmatzler to Welle) Second Cabin Passengers (Weyermann to Zwicker)
Second Cabin Passengers (Parizek to Samek) Second Cabin Passengers (de Santy to Schlauch) Second Cabin Passengers (Schmatzler to Welle) Second Cabin Passengers (Weyermann to Zwicker)
Memorandum (Blank) The Fleet, Express Services Taxi Rates Sailings August through November 1924
Memorandum (Blank) The Fleet, Express Services Taxi Rates Sailings August through November 1924
Offices and General Agents Offices and General Agents Offices and General Agents United States Lines Freight Department
Offices and General Agents Offices and General Agents Offices and General Agents United States Lines Freight Department
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Passenger List Contributed by Pat Tiffany 2012

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