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Passenger List, United States Lines, S.S. America, 29 September 1924

Cabin Passenger List for the S.S. America of the United States Lines, Departing 29 September 1924 from Bremen to New York via Southampton, Cherbourg and Queenstown (Cobh), Commanded by Captain W. Rind.

List of Cabin Passengers

United States Lines
S.S. America
Captain W. Rind
Bremen to New York
via Southampton, Cherbourg and Queenstown (Cobh)
Monday, 29 September 1924

List of Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain: W. Rind, U. S. N. R. F.
  2. Chief Officer, W. B. Oakley
  3. Chief Engineer, Patrick Brennan
  4. Senior First Officer, J. C. Henderson
  5. Chief Steward, G. L. Brennon
  6. Purser, A. Koppenjan
  7. Surgeon, F. Stewart

List of Cabin Passengers

Cabin Passenger List, S.S. America, USL, 29 September 1924

  1. Mrs. E. Acevedo
  2. Mrs. Elise Achilles
  3. Mr. Hermann Albinus
  4. Mrs. Florence Alexander
  5. Miss Letitia Alexander
  6. Mr. H. B. Allin-Smith
  7. Miss Josephine Andrle
  8. Mrs. K. Anderson
  9. Dr. William N. Anderson
  10. Mrs. Kathryn Anderson
  11. Mrs. Grace Andrews
  12. Mr. Rudolph Apel
  13. Mrs. Agnes Apel
  14. Mrs. G. W. Archibald
  15. Hon. P. W. A. Armbrister
  16. Mrs. P. W. A. Armbrister
  17. Miss Hilda Armbrister
  18. Mrs. A. J. Ayers
  19. Master A. J. Ayers
  20. Miss Florence M. Baker
  21. Miss M. Baldwin
  22. Mrs. G. Baron
  23. Miss Muriel Baron
  24. Mr. William B. Baum
  25. Mrs. William B. Baum
  26. Mr. Anton Bayer
  27. Mrs. Mary D. Becker
  28. Mrs. E. R. Beebee
  29. Mr. Peter Beisel
  30. Miss Elizabeth Bennett
  31. Mrs. Gussie Bernstein
  32. Miss Ruth Berolzheimer
  33. Miss Helen Bock
  34. Mrs. Barbara Blumenthal
  35. Miss Katharina Boehle
  36. Mr. C. H. Bond
  37. Mrs. H. D. Bowler
  38. Miss M. Bowler
  39. Mrs. Adolfina Brenner
  40. Mr. D. S. Bridgman
  41. Mrs. D. S. Bridgman
  42. Col. C. E. Brigham
  43. Mrs. C. E. Brigham
  44. Master Ernest D. Brigham
  45. Dr. Paul J. Bronson
  46. Mr. H. W. Brooks
  47. Mrs. H. W. Brooks
  48. Mrs. Rachael Brown
  49. Miss Betty Brown
  50. Mrs. J. J. Budde
  51. Master H. Budde
  52. Mrs. C. B. Bull
  53. Mr. C. B. Bull
  54. Mr. Ludwig Bulis
  55. Mrs. Olga Burianova
  56. Miss Emma Buser
  57. Miss L. A. Cabmus
  58. Mr. Robert Candy
  59. Mrs. Robert Candy
  60. Mrs. J. F. Cannon
  61. Mr. Todor Caran
  62. Mrs. Eva Caran
  63. Miss M. Carpenter
  64. Miss Anna Carlson
  65. Miss Marjorie Carpenter
  66. Mr. J. M. Castello
  67. Mr. Frank W. Chambers
  68. Mrs. Chase
  69. Mrs. G. E. Clapp
  70. Mrs. M. B. Cockburn
  71. Mr. Louis Cohen
  72. Mr. Thomas Coleman
  73. Mrs. Annie H. Coleman
  74. Mrs. Colyer
  75. Mrs. G. A. Comstock
  76. Mrs. Elizabeth Cumisky
  77. Mr. Edward Cush
  78. Mr. Alphons Cyphers
  79. Dr. Arthur E. Davis
  80. Mrs. Arthur E. Davis
  81. Miss M. D. Davis
  82. Mrs. E. D. Davies
  83. Miss M. E. Derry
  84. Mr. Walter Dewitt
  85. Mrs. A. H. Dibblee
  86. Miss E. Dibblee
  87. Master A. Dibblee
  88. Mr. W. M. Dickerson
  89. Miss Mildred Dilling
  90. Mr. John C. Dilworth
  91. Mrs. John C. Dilworth
  92. Master Lawrence Dilworth
  93. Miss Mary Dilworth
  94. Miss L. Dimond
  95. Mrs. Elly Dinse
  96. Mrs. Florence A. Donnelly
  97. Miss Jean Downes
  98. Mrs. Katarina Draxler
  99. Mr. Julian Drendel
  100. Mr. E. T. Driebelbias
  101. Mr. Charles Drury
  102. Mrs. Charles Drury
  103. Miss V. Dupont
  104. Mrs. R. P. Eckart
  105. Miss M. Eckart
  106. Mr. Adolph J. Eckstrom
  107. Mr. Phillip Eisler
  108. Mrs. Catherine Eisler
  109. Mr. William Elliott
  110. Mrs. William Elliott
  111. Miss Leila S. Elliott
  112. Miss Margaret S. Elliott
  113. Mrs. R. Ellis
  114. Miss Alla B. Elwood
  115. Mrs. M. L. Ely
  116. Mr. Richard M. Erdmans
  117. Mr. O. J. Evans
  118. Mrs. D. Ewing
  119. Mr. Charles Faist
  120. Mrs. Mina Faist
  121. Miss Marie Faist
  122. Miss Edna Faist
  123. Dr. Humphrey J. Falvey
  124. Mr. Josef Fath
  125. Mr. Andrew Faulhaber
  126. Mrs. Mary Faulhaber
  127. Mr. Henry Carl Feldmann
  128. Mrs. Bertha Feldmann
  129. Miss Evelyn Feldmann
  130. Miss Olga Feldmann
  131. Mr. Rudolph Fichtel
  132. Mrs. Anna Fichtel
  133. Mrs. L. Finkel
  134. Mrs. Meta Fischer
  135. Miss N. F. Fisher
  136. Mrs. Susanne M. Fisk
  137. Miss J. W. Flanigan
  138. Miss Louise Fletemeyer
  139. Mr. Robert O. Foerster
  140. Mr. M. J. Foley
  141. Miss Mary Folsom
  142. Miss Matilda Fortriede
  143. Miss M. Fraboni
  144. Mr. C. Fraboni
  145. Mrs. C. N. Francis
  146. Miss Mary B. Francis
  147. Mrs. Ida Frank
  148. Miss E. M. Frank
  149. Mrs. Julia Frankl
  150. Miss Regina Frankl
  151. Master Carl Frankl
  152. Dr. Matthew C. Freilinger
  153. Mrs. Matthew C. Freilinger
  154. Mrs. A. L. W. French
  155. Master L. P. French
  156. Miss P. A. French
  157. Mr. Adolf Frey
  158. Miss Freida Frup
  159. Mrs. M. H. Gautier
  160. Mr. Stephen Gavura
  161. Mr. Pasquale Gervasini
  162. Mrs. Pasquale Gervasini
  163. Miss Margaret Gervasini
  164. Master Charles Gervasini
  165. Mr. Hipolit Ghovic
  166. Mrs. Regina Girtwine
  167. Mrs. Frances Goldman
  168. Miss Virginia Goldman
  169. Miss Mildred Goodrick
  170. Mrs. A. L. Goodwillie
  171. Miss Patricia Goodwillie
  172. Mr. Meier Gottlieb
  173. Miss Dorothy Grafly
  174. Dr. John W. Grant
  175. Mrs. Helen Greenberg
  176. Miss Lenora Greenberg
  177. Mr. Eugene Gregg
  178. Dr. George A. Griot
  179. Dr. Chas. A. Gundelach
  180. Mrs. Chas. A. Gundelach
  181. Master Chas. A. Gundelach
  182. Master Theo G. Gundelach
  183. Mr. John Gunesch
  184. Mr. Victor Hafner
  185. Mrs. Victor Hafner
  186. Miss Maria-Anne Haidlen
  187. Miss A. E. Hale
  188. Mr. Ray E. Hallings
  189. Mrs. John K. Halsey
  190. Mrs. Mathilde Hansen
  191. Mr. E. R. Hardy
  192. Mrs. E. R. Hardy
  193. Master E. R. Hardy
  194. Mrs. Fannie Harris
  195. Mr. Ernest Hartwig
  196. Mrs. Winifred Havlicek
  197. Miss Suzanne Havlicek
  198. Miss Jennie Hedrick
  199. Miss Mary E. Hedrick
  200. Miss Lina Heilmann
  201. Mr. Samuel Heiman
  202. Mrs. Emilie Heiman
  203. Miss Helen Heiman
  204. Mr. Adalbert Hein
  205. Miss Leonie Helmrich
  206. Mr. Edward E. Hendrickson
  207. Mrs. Edward E. Hendrickson
  208. Mr.EdwardE.Hendrickson Jr.
  209. Miss Josephine Herrick
  210. Miss Agnes Herrick
  211. Mrs. Hilda Heywood
  212. Rev. N. Higgins
  213. Mr. Erno Hilfreich
  214. Mr. Wm. S. Hines
  215. Mrs. Wm. S. Hines
  216. Miss Judith Hines
  217. Mrs. Sara Hochmann
  218. Miss Rosa Hochmann
  219. Dr. Emil Hofman
  220. Miss A. Hollenbeck
  221. Mrs. I. R. Horton
  222. Miss C. W. House
  223. Miss H. H. House
  224. Mrs. Karolina Hradilak
  225. Mr. Ray Lee Jackson
  226. Mr. H. D. Jacques
  227. Miss Caroline Jagoda
  228. Dr. John E. James
  229. Mrs. John E. James
  230. Mr. M. Johanson
  231. Mr. H. Johnson
  232. Miss Ethel S. Johnson
  233. Mr. John Jordak
  234. Mr. M. Edwin Judy
  235. Mrs. Minna Kabisch
  236. Miss Gertrud Kabisch
  237. Mr. E. Kallgrist
  238. Mrs. J. F. Katz
  239. Rev. Francis Keenan
  240. Mr. J. T. Kelley
  241. Mrs. J. T. Kelley
  242. Miss J. E. Khobbout
  243. Miss Martha Kindel
  244. Mr. C. F. Krauss
  245. Mrs. L. Krauss
  246. Miss E. Krauss
  247. Mrs. Judita Kucera
  248. Mr. John K. Lasher
  249. Mr. A. R. Leeds
  250. Mrs. A. R. Leeds
  251. Mr. Rudolf Leick
  252. Mrs. Mabel Leick
  253. Mr. Julius Leiter
  254. Mr. Julius Levy
  255. Mrs. Fannie Levy
  256. Miss Selma Levy
  257. Mr. Samuel Levy
  258. Mrs. Salli Levy
  259. Mr. Karoly Liedl
  260. Mr. Ivar Lindbom
  261. Miss Rose Marie Luberger
  262. Miss K. Lux
  263. Mrs. John Mac Aday
  264. Miss Mary P. Mac Aday
  265. Mr. W. Mac Aday
  266. Mrs. E. J. Mc Kinney
  267. Mrs. Elsie Mc Lain
  268. Mr. John B. M. Mac Taggert
  269. Mrs. John B. M. Mac Taggert
  270. Mr. W. A. Mac Williams
  271. Mrs. W. A. Mac Williams
  272. Mr. Jan Machovec
  273. Miss B. R. Macon
  274. Mrs. Carl Manahan
  275. Miss Gerda Manson
  276. Miss Zdenka Marsanova
  277. Mrs. Carl B. Marshall
  278. Miss Nancy Marshall
  279. Miss Meredith Marshall
  280. Mr. Charles Materna
  281. Miss Johanna Matheis
  282. Mrs. Kathleen Mathews
  283. Mrs. Marie Menien
  284. Miss Eva Meyer
  285. Mrs. Marie E. Miller
  286. Mrs. Charles P. Miller
  287. Mr. Joseph Milner
  288. Mrs. Genevieve Milner
  289. Miss Millie Mohr
  290. Miss O. F. Moody
  291. Miss Della Moore
  292. Mr. William G. Morgan
  293. Mrs. William G. Morgan
  294. Mr. Wm. James Morgan
  295. Mrs. Wm. James Morgan
  296. Mr. Edmond Morgan
  297. Mrs. Elsie Morgan
  298. Miss Roberta Morgan
  299. Master Edmond Morgan
  300. Mrs. W. D. Morgan
  301. Miss G. Morgan
  302. Mr. Georg Muller
  303. Mr. J. T. Mutch
  304. Mrs. J. T. Mutch
  305. Mrs. L. H. Nason-Sturgis
  306. Miss S. L. Nason-Sturgis
  307. Miss Caroline Navratil
  308. Mrs. Elizabeth Neilson
  309. Miss Margaret Neilson
  310. Miss Caroline Neilson
  311. Mr. S. Nelson
  312. Mr. L. Niederhauser
  313. Mrs. L. Niederhauser
  314. Mrs. E. A. Nooney
  315. Master G. A. Nooney
  316. Miss B. Nooney
  317. Mrs. William O'Brien
  318. Miss M. O'Brien
  319. Mr. Gustav Oppenheimer
  320. Miss Minnie Overacker
  321. Miss Lucie Peres
  322. Miss Elizabeth Perry
  323. Mrs. A. W. Phinnery
  324. Mr. Walter Pichutzki
  325. Mr. A. C. Pierce
  326. Miss L. C. Pierce
  327. Miss Lorraine C. Pierce
  328. Mr. Charles Pistorius
  329. Mrs. Nora M. Pitou
  330. Miss N. M. Pitou
  331. Dr. George Pollack
  332. Dr. Isaac Pollack
  333. Miss E. O. Porter
  334. Miss Bessie Porter
  335. Miss Ethel Powell
  336. Mr. Vincent Praninskas
  337. Mrs. W. S. Proudfit
  338. Mr. Mark Pyne
  339. Mr. Bruce Rae
  340. Mrs. Bruce Rae
  341. Dr. John A. Ragoni
  342. Dr. Geo E. Raiguel
  343. Mrs. Geo E. Raiguel
  344. Miss Katherine Raiguel
  345. Mr. Frederik A. Ramig
  346. Mr. Curt Ramig
  347. Mr. Vlados De Ramoris
  348. Mr. Eric Ravndal
  349. Miss A. Page Reed
  350. Mrs. Laura Rehling
  351. Mrs. C. Reichman
  352. Miss Anna Reichman
  353. Mr. Julius Reinhaus
  354. Miss Pauline Reinhaus
  355. Mr. Willi Reinecke
  356. Mr. Max E. Reuter
  357. Mr. William W. Reynolds
  358. Mr. A. E. Reynolds
  359. Mr. L. W. Reynolds
  360. Mrs. Martha A. Richards
  361. Mrs. M. Riddle
  362. Miss Jeanne Riedlinger
  363. Miss Margaret Riordan
  364. Mrs. Alice S. Rising
  365. Mrs. W. B. Rising
  366. Mr. L. Rising
  367. Mrs. Edward T. Robertson
  368. Master William Robertson
  369. Master Allan Robertson
  370. Miss A. A. Rogers
  371. Mr. Hymann Rovinsky
  372. Miss Emily Rudd
  373. Miss Frieda Rufenacht
  374. Miss Hattie Salomon
  375. Mr. Gustav A. Sander
  376. Mr. H. H. Seeley
  377. Mrs. H. H. Seeley
  378. Master John Seeley
  379. Mrs. E. Sercombe
  380. Miss L. D. Shervard
  381. Mr. Charles Sidenberg
  382. Mr. Vladas Smalinskas
  383. Miss Eleanor Smerda
  384. Mr. Robert F. Smith
  385. Mrs. Robert F. Smith
  386. Mr. Frank Smrcka
  387. Mr. George W. Spearl
  388. Mrs. George W. Spearl
  389. Miss Anna Sperling
  390. Mrs. Therese Springmann
  391. Master Freddie Springmann
  392. Mr. Albert J. Svehla
  393. Miss Anna SchOnwald
  394. Mrs. Augusta Schumacher
  395. Mr. John H. Schultz
  396. Mrs. Lilly H. Schuster
  397. Mr. Edgar Schwab
  398. Mrs. Edgar Schwab
  399. Mr. Benno Schwarz
  400. Rev. Robert Schwickerath
  401. Miss Rachel M. Stevens
  402. Miss Paula Stockstrom
  403. Mr. M. Strasser
  404. Mrs. M. Strasser
  405. Miss A. K. Strasser
  406. Mrs. Rosa Strauss
  407. Mr. Frank R. van der Stucken
  408. Dr. N. Takenomata
  409. Mrs. Hindie A. Taylor
  410. Miss Grace E. Temple
  411. Miss D. Thompson
  412. Mrs. Julia Thompson
  413. Mrs. A. M. Thorsen
  414. Mrs. K. T. Throup
  415. Miss F. E. Throup
  416. Mr. C. H. P. Thurston
  417. Mrs. C. H. P. Thurston
  418. Mr. Heinrich Togemann
  419. Mr. S. Torrvella
  420. Mrs. S. R. Torrvella
  421. Mr. F. Townsley
  422. Mr. F. H. Tressider
  423. Miss E. M. Tucker
  424. Miss Katherine Turner
  425. Dr. Roy Upham
  426. Mrs. Roy Upham
  427. Mr. E. W. Vallandigham
  428. Mrs. E. M. Vallandigham
  429. Miss E. Vallandigham
  430. Dr. Joseph A. Vance
  431. Mrs. Joseph A. Vance
  432. Miss D. Vance
  433. Miss M. Vance
  434. Miss Elisabeth L. Veith
  435. Mrs. M. B. Walker
  436. Miss C. K. Wallum
  437. Mrs. Frank O. Walther
  438. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Ward
  439. Miss J. Webster
  440. Mrs. J. L. Wentworth
  441. Mr. Henry Weyl
  442. Mrs. Henry Weyl
  443. Miss Dorothy Wiehl
  444. Miss Marie Wicki
  445. Mrs. Zilah Wilcox
  446. Miss Nancy Wilcox
  447. Master I. D. Wilcox
  448. Miss M. Williams
  449. Miss Mary Williams
  450. Mr. Toni Wimmer
  451. Mrs. H. R. Wood and Infant
  452. Mrs. Elsie Wolff
  453. Mr. J. van Wyk
  454. Mrs. J. van Wyk
  455. Miss Florence van Wyk
  456. Miss Mary Katherine van Wyk
  457. Master M. J. van Wyk
  458. Master Richard C. van Wyk
  459. Miss E. Zallio
  460. Mrs. Gabriella Zima
  461. Miss Irmgard Zoeppritz

To Southampton:

  1. Mrs. Emmy Binger
  2. Mr. Davis
  3. Dr. Walter Neuberg
  4. Mr. Charles Richards
  5. Mrs. Anne Richards
  6. Mr. Alvan E. Geisler
  7. Mr. Thomas A. Monroe

To Cherbourg

  1. Miss Ethel Disse

To Queenstown:

  1. Right Hon. Justice O'Shaughnessy

Information for Passengers

Hours for Meals are posted at the Office of Chief Steward on the steamer.
Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m., Lounge,
Reading Room and Smoking Room at 11.30 p. in.

Divine Service in The Social Hall 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, 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 Saloon and Social Hall.

Collections

Contributions that Passengers desire to make at Concerts or on other occasions, should be delivered to the Purser, who will make public announcement of the total amount collected, give receipt for same to those in charge Of the arrangements, and post copy of such receipt in the public rooms for the information of all Passengers.

The total amount collected will be distributed by the Management of the United States Lines to the following charitable institutions:

Seamen's Charities in New York;
Seamen's Charities at terminal ports in Europe at which our steamers call;
The Actors' Fund of the United States.

Passengers are urged to disregard all requests for contributions for musicians or other employees on the steamers.

Employees who participate in any public collections will not be permitted to remain in the service of the United States Lines.

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 $ 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 $ 4.00 per day.

If the Passengers consider that the charges made by the Surgeon f r 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, 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.

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
  • 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 Behlinemann, Bremen

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