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SS Cincinnati Passenger List - 3 August 1912

Front Cover of a First and Second Class Passenger List from the SS Cincinnati of the Hamburg American Line, Departing Saturday, 3 August 1912 from Hamburg for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg.

Front Cover of a First and Second Class Passenger List from the SS Cincinnati of the Hamburg American Line, Departing Saturday, 3 August 1912 from Hamburg for New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Schülke. GGA Image ID # 15aa263b83

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain Schülke
  2. First Officer: W. Stocker
  3. Second Officer: C. H. Dill
  4. Second Officer: K. Wachura
  5. Third Officer: K. Zühlke
  6. Fourth Officer: G. Hotzel
  7. Chief Engineer: W. Erler
  8. Second Engineer: E. Edler
  9. Third Engineer: H. Gercken
  10. Third Engineer: E. Steack
  11. Third Engineer: C. Hopp
  12. Fourth Engineer: G. Scheel
  13. Fourth Engineer: O. Trosiener
  14. Surgeon: Dr. K. v. Beaulin
  15. Surgeon: Dr. W. Hildebrandt
  16. Purser: E. Cramer
  17. Provision Manager: R. Grussenberg
  18. Assistant Purser: K. Maeth
  19. First Chief Steward: J. Heuser
  20. Second Chief Steward: G. Schwartz
  21. Third Chief Steward: A. Striberny
  22. Assistant Chief Steward: R. Meyer
  23. Assistant Chief Steward: R. Puttfarken
  24. Assistant Chief Steward: W. Maisch
  25. Head Chef: Fr. Luz
  26. First Cook: R. Schwarz
  27. First Cook: W. Gittler
  28. Representative of the Hamburg-America Line, Passenger Transport Department: W. Querner
  29. Baggage Master: C. Schwarck
  30. Head of the Music Ensemble: A. Reimers

First Class Passengers

  1. Fräulejn W. J. Ährens
  2. Mr. S. E. Allison
  3. Mrs. S. E. Allison
  4. Mr. P. S. H. Alexander
  5. Mr. A. A. Anawalt
  6. Mr. M. B. Arnstein
  7. Mrs. M. B. Arnstein
  8. Mrs. R. P. de Arroyo und Kind nebst Governess
  9. Mr. Albert Asher
  10. Mr. Frederic M. Ayres
  11. Mr. William A. Bahlke
  12. Mrs. William A. Bahlke
  13. Mr. G. Baker Mr. V. Behringer
  14. Mrs. V. Behringer
  15. Mr. Constant Bernhard
  16. Mrs. G. J. Bodensick
  17. Mr. Nels. O. Brown
  18. Mrs. Nels. O. Brown
  19. Miss Helen N. Brown
  20. Mr. Ferdinand Brunnhuber
  21. Dr. Arthur C. Brush
  22. Dr. Arthur C. Brush
  23. Mr. Fred F. Bullen
  24. Mrs. H. T. Burry
  25. Mrs. Frank O. Campe
  26. Miss Emma Cams nebst Bedienung
  27. Mr. Carver
  28. Mr. J. L. Coates
  29. Dr. J. M. Crawford
  30. Mr. Byron G. Crawford
  31. Mr. Leopold Crocs
  32. Mrs. Leopold Croes
  33. Mr. Alan Dale
  34. Miss A. Dale
  35. Miss M. Dale
  36. Mr. A. C. Danner
  37. Mrs. A. C. Danner
  38. Mr. William Dierner
  39. Mrs. William Diemer
  40. Mr. W. H. Dietrich
  41. Mrs. Fanny Dietrich
  42. Miss G. Dietrich
  43. Mr. John F. Dreyer
  44. Mrs. John F. Dreyer
  45. Mr. Henry W. Dreyer Jr.
  46. Mr. J. F. Dreyer Jr.
  47. Mrs. S. F.chclson
  48. Mr. Philipp Emmler
  49. Mr. Baron Dr. Erggelett
  50. Mrs. Baronin Dr. Erggelett
  51. Dr. von Feilitzen
  52. Mr. Feisaire
  53. Mrs. Fensen
  54. Mr. C. FI. Fischer
  55. Mr. C. W. Findle
  56. Mrs. C. W. Findle
  57. Mr. R. P. Flint
  58. Mrs. R. P. Flint
  59. Mr. Oberleutnant Andreas v. Flotow
  60. Dr. A. Fönes
  61. Dr. A. Fönes
  62. Mr. Ivan Frank
  63. Mrs. Ivan Frank
  64. Miss Jean French
  65. Mr. J. P. Frenzei
  66. Mrs. J. P. Frenzei
  67. Mr. H. Freund
  68. Mrs. H. Freund
  69. Miss Ethel Freund
  70. Mr. John M. Fries
  71. Mrs. John M. Fries
  72. Mr. H. F. Friestedt
  73. Mr. Edmund E. Frisch
  74. Mr. Hugo Fussner
  75. Mrs. Bertha Fux
  76. Mr. Walter Geisler
  77. Mrs. Walter Geisler nebst Bedienung
  78. Mr. Joachim Geisler Jr.
  79. Mrs. Sophie Göttig
  80. Miss Ella Grebel
  81. Mr. T. Guard Mrs. T. Guard
  82. Mr. Rulus B. Hall Jr.
  83. Miss A. Haveker
  84. Mrs. Hazen
  85. Mr. Albert Heidt
  86. Mrs. Albert Heidt
  87. Vera Heidt
  88. Mrs. Wm. Henning
  89. Mr. Theo Hetzler
  90. Mr. F. J. Hoenig
  91. Mrs. Blanche Howe
  92. Mr. Siegfried John
  93. Mr. William John
  94. Mrs. William John
  95. Miss J. Johns
  96. Mrs. CI». Joseph
  97. Mrs. Henry M. Kaminski
  98. Miss Ellen Keller
  99. Miss Katherine Kelley
  100. Mrs. Alice B. Kennan
  101. Mr. Edward S. Klein
  102. Miss Hedwig Klatt
  103. Miss Anna Klatt
  104. Miss E. A. Knowles
  105. Miss Flora M. Knowlton
  106. Mr. Fred. Knauf
  107. Mrs. Fred. Knauf
  108. Mr. Edward Knauf Jr.
  109. Miss Rose Knauf
  110. Miss Esther Knauf
  111. Mrs. Otto Koehn
  112. Mr. Baion Oscar tie Korff, Kais. Russ. Vice-Konsul
  113. Prof. Kossowitsch
  114. Mrs. Lsabel Kück
  115. Mr. Gustav Lässig
  116. Mr. J. H. Lehmann
  117. Mrs. J. H. Lehmann
  118. Robert Lehmann nebst Bedienung
  119. Mrs. Faustino Lichauco
  120. Miss Natividad Lichauco
  121. Miss Dolores Lichauco
  122. Miss Cornelia Lichauco
  123. Mr. Thomas Lichauco Jr.
  124. Mr. Faustino I ichauco Jr.
  125. Mr. Marcia Lichauco Jr. nebst Bedienung
  126. Mrs. Lindsay
  127. Mr. J. T. Maffett
  128. Mrs. R. R. Maffett
  129. Mr. Direktor Felix Malitz
  130. Mrs. Laura Major
  131. Mr. Curt Mäntler
  132. Mrs. Curt Mäntler
  133. Mr. Martin
  134. Mr. H. R. Mather
  135. Capt. F. Randolph Mayer
  136. Mrs. E. D. Meyer
  137. Mr. M. Mouvet
  138. Mrs. M. Mouvet
  139. Mr. Moyano
  140. Mrs. M. Muehlhaus
  141. Miss E. R. Murphy
  142. Miss A. C. Murphy
  143. Miss L. F. Nelson
  144. Mr. Ludwig Nissen
  145. Mrs. Ludwig Nissen
  146. Mr. J. Ollesheimer
  147. Mrs. J. Ollesheimer
  148. Mr. Werner Ott
  149. Rev. G. B. O'Toole
  150. Mr. E. J. Panos
  151. Mrs. M. Pappenheimer
  152. Miss Rose Pappenheimer
  153. Miss Alice Pappenheimer
  154. Mr. Geo. T. Parker
  155. Miss Caroline Pattengill
  156. Mrs. J. Peters
  157. Miss Olga Petrova
  158. Mrs. Caroline Pfahler
  159. Mr. Joseph Phillips
  160. Mr. Fritz Popper
  161. Mr. Chas Preshey
  162. Mr. Professor C. Prinz
  163. Prof. Dr. Rassow
  164. Mr. John Reusa
  165. Mr. J. D. Rhodes
  166. Mrs. J. D. Rhodes
  167. Mr. Konsul Carl Rickert
  168. Prof. Rindell
  169. Mr. Edward V. Ross
  170. Mrs. Edward V. Ross
  171. Mrs. W. E. Rulon
  172. Mr. W. D. Russell
  173. Mrs. W. D. Russell
  174. Miss Janet Russell
  175. Miss Josephine Russell
  176. Mr. William D. Sargent
  177. Mrs. William D. Sargent
  178. Mr. William D. Sargent Jr.
  179. Miss Evellyn Sargent
  180. Miss Therese Sargent nebst Bedienung
  181. Mrs. Lucie Saski
  182. Mrs. Bella Schaar
  183. Dr. Oito Schirmer
  184. Mr. Paul Schnabel
  185. Mr. Chas. J. Seabrook
  186. Miss Tncrese Seiffer
  187. Mr. R. L. Spayde
  188. Mrs. R. L. Spayde
  189. Mr. Morris Stern
  190. Mr. Louis Stern
  191. Mrs. Louis Stern
  192. Mr. Robert Stern Jr.
  193. Miss Edna E. Stocker
  194. Mr. Isaac Straus
  195. Mrs. Isaac Straus
  196. Miss O. Straus
  197. Mr. J. H. Tuttle
  198. Mrs. J. H. Tuttle
  199. Mr. Edward G. Uihlein
  200. Mrs. Edward G. Uihlein
  201. Miss Ella Uihlein
  202. Miss Melita Uihlein
  203. Mrs. F. C. Vail
  204. Mr. T. C. Vogel
  205. Mrs. T. C. Vogel
  206. Mr. Murray S. Vosburg
  207. Mr. Fritz Walther
  208. Mr. Leo Yates Ward
  209. Mrs. E. F. Warner
  210. Mrs. H. O. Weber
  211. Mr. H. Weber
  212. Mr. Paul Weidner
  213. Mrs. Paul Weidner
  214. Prof. Georg von Wendt
  215. Mr. J. A. Wenner
  216. Mr. W. B. Wier
  217. Miss M. L. Winkler
  218. Mrs. Winn
  219. Mr. Frank E. Wright
  220. Mrs. Frank E. Wright
  221. Mrs. Marie Wismewska
  222. Miss Marie Wismewska
  223. Miss Hedwig Wismewska
  224. Mr. John F. Zerman
  225. Mrs. A. Zipser

 

To Southampton

  1. Miss Gertrud Arnthal
  2. Mr. Bans
  3. Dr. A. von Bergen
  4. Mr. Hans Bernheim
  5. Mr. Cand. med. A. Bossornaier
  6. Mr. Rud. Braun
  7. Mrs. Rud. Braun
  8. Mr. Schiffsvermessungsinsp. Breer
  9. Mrs. Burne
  10. Mrs. C. M. Cappelli
  11. Mr. Friedrich Dahnke
  12. Miss Marie Ehmann
  13. Mr. Kontre-Admiral a. D. Emsmann
  14. Miss G. Emsmann
  15. Mr. Oberstleutnant von Eisenach-Rothe (Oberstleutnant im Großen General stabe)
  16. Dr. Flemming
  17. Dr. Flemming
  18. Mrs. E. Flint .
  19. Miss Gladys Flint
  20. Miss Marie Flint
  21. Mr. A. S. Frissell
  22. Mr. von Grone, Rittergutsbesitzer und Probst
  23. Mrs. von Grone
  24. Mr. Udo von Grone
  25. Mr. Grünberg
  26. Mr. Rudolf Helsper
  27. Mr. S. Hirsch
  28. Mrs. S. Hirsch
  29. Mr. Otto Hirschfeld
  30. Mr. Gotardo Hoffmann
  31. Mrs. Gotardo Hoffmann
  32. Miss Elsa Hoffmann
  33. Miss I Iilda Hoffmann
  34. Miss Celina Hoffmann nebst Gouvernante
  35. Miss Margarita Hoffmann
  36. Mr. Herbert Hoffmann
  37. Mr. Ernesto Hoffmann
  38. Mr. Gerardo Hoffmann
  39. Mr. Edgar Hoffmann
  40. Mr. Th. Holtzmann
  41. Mrs. Th. Holtzmann
  42. Mrs. Horsbrough
  43. Mr. Antonio de Silva Mello
  44. Mr. P. C. Miller
  45. Mrs. P. C. Miller
  46. Dr. Mc. Murtry
  47. Miss Elisabeth Naht
  48. Mr. P. Neese
  49. Dr. Franz Oehlecker
  50. Mr. Thos. Parry
  51. Mr. H. Prahl
  52. Mr. Frederic Pauls
  53. Mr. John O. Polack
  54. Mrs. John O. Polack
  55. Miss Mary Polack
  56. Mr. W. Reiss
  57. Mr. Robert Repsold
  58. Dr. Riddle-Joffee
  59. Mr. Direktor Rintelen
  60. Mrs. Direktor Rintelen
  61. Mr. Rjeronsky
  62. Mrs. Rjeronsky
  63. Mr. N. Rzewuski
  64. Mrs. N. Rzewuski
  65. Dr. Simpson
  66. Mr. A. H. Schahinian
  67. Mr. Consul Schlagintweit
  68. Mrs. Consul Schlagintweit
  69. Miss Therese Schlagintweit
  70. Mr. Osman Tuck
  71. Mr. Reg.-Rat Frei Mr. von Seherr-Thoss
  72. Mrs. Reg.-Rat Frei Mrs. von Seherr-Thoss
  73. Mr. Otto Trummer
  74. Mr. Curt Venettisch
  75. Mrs. Curt Venettisch
  76. Dr. Watkins
  77. Dr. Watkins
  78. Mr. Wilh. Wehmeyer
  79. Mr. Wendt
  80. Mrs. P. Wetter
  81. Mr. F. A. Wichelmann
  82. Miss E. Woldstedt
  83. Mr. stud. jur. G. Zöllner

To Cherbourg

  1. Dr. M. Dalmatoff
  2. Mrs. Alexandrine Dalmatoff
  3. Mr. Serge Dalmatoff
  4. Mr. Nicolas Dalmatoff
  5. Mr. Vladimir Dalmatoff
  6. Mr. Bob Hart
  7. Mrs. Bob Hart
  8. Mr. Siegbert Herrmann
  9. Mr. Jean Hellen
  10. Mrs. Jean Hellen
  11. Yves Hellen nebst Bedienung
  12. Mr. G. Illera
  13. Mr. Otto Lesser
  14. Prof. L. Rosenbach
  15. Mr. Dagobert Samuel
  16. Mr. Hans Schinck
  17. Mr. Kurt Spiller
  18. Mr. Bruno Schwiering
  19. Mr. G. Ylleva

Second Class Passengers

  1. Rev. Chas. Aikens
  2. Mr. James P. Aikens
  3. Miss H. L. AltMr.
  4. Mr. V. L. Andrews
  5. Mrs. M. Arnold
  6. Mrs. Rosa Arnowisch
  7. Miss Clara Aurelang
  8. Mr. Johann Baca
  9. Mr. Aug. Balle
  10. Mrs. Fr. Balle
  11. Miss Sophie Balle
  12. Mr. Frank Balzer
  13. Mr. Josef Balsam
  14. Miss M. Bauer
  15. Miss Else von Barschwitz
  16. Miss Mina Baudistel
  17. Mr. Erich Bandoly
  18. Miss Dina Bahrow
  19. Miss Lisa Bahrow
  20. Miss Magdalene Begow
  21. Mr. Michel Bernstein
  22. Mrs. B. Beitzer
  23. Miss S. Benzinger
  24. Mr. Georg Beuschoten
  25. Mrs. Chane Biegeleisen
  26. Mrs. Fannie Bittier
  27. Mr. Isaac Bleefeld
  28. Mr. Abram Blauferd
  29. Miss Etel Blau
  30. Mr. Rieh. Böhm
  31. Miss Anna Böttger
  32. Miss Lisa Bobrow
  33. Miss Amalia Bonhard
  34. Miss Julia Bonhard
  35. Miss Pauline Bretznikar
  36. Mr. J. H. Broecke
  37. Mrs. Eleonore Brochaska
  38. Miss Gladys Le Bouveau
  39. Mr. Harry Le Bouveau
  40. Mr. Herrn. Böldeke
  41. Miss Anna Bocket
  42. Miss Anna Bocklet
  43. Mr. Anton Bodner
  44. Mr. Isac Bohor
  45. Mr. Boross
  46. Mrs. Boross
  47. Mrs. Helene Braun
  48. Mrs. Catherine Buchler
  49. Mr. J. Brown
  50. Mr. Ludwig Brunner
  51. Mr. H. Buerk
  52. Mrs. H. Buerk
  53. Benjamin Buerk
  54. Mr. Jan Carlin
  55. Mrs. Mary Carlin
  56. Mrs. Gust. Carlson
  57. Lars Carlson
  58. Mrs. Stephanie Cassidy
  59. Mr. Leon Chinowicki
  60. Mrs. Sophie Chinowicki
  61. Marie Chinowicki
  62. Baldine Chinowicki
  63. Mr. Jan Cyrinski
  64. Mrs. M. Cyrinski
  65. Mr. Alfred Daniel
  66. Mr. Peter C. Dayle
  67. Mr. Christ. Deeg
  68. Mr. Hugo Deutsch
  69. Mrs. Bertha Deutsch
  70. Wally Deutsch
  71. Mr. Samuel Dickmann
  72. Mr. H. Diekman
  73. Miss Anna Doré
  74. Elise Doré
  75. Mr. Johann Drazumeric
  76. Mr. Peter Duplak
  77. Mrs. Krenia Duplak
  78. Mrs. Karoline Eckert
  79. Mr. Paul Eckmann
  80. Mrs. Wittie Eisenberg and Child
  81. Mr. Edward Ehrhardt
  82. Mr. Hermann Erhardt
  83. Mr. Josef Engert
  84. Miss Sofie Escher
  85. Mrs. Elise Falter
  86. Miss Charlotte Falter
  87. Mr. Capt. H. G. Fallescn
  88. Mrs. Capt. H. G. Fallesen
  89. Mrs. Josef Falesch
  90. Miss Marie Falesch
  91. Mr. Samuel Fesselbaum
  92. Mr. Max Fink
  93. Mr. E. J. Flanagan
  94. Mr. E. Flantz
  95. Miss Gertrud Frank
  96. Miss Bertha Frank
  97. Mr. Samuel Fried
  98. Malvin Fried
  99. Mrs. Jennie Fritz
  100. Mr. Rieh. Frommhold
  101. Miss Bertha Fuchs
  102. Mrs. Edna Fuller
  103. Mrs. Agate Fulten
  104. Victor Fulten
  105. Stanislaus Fulten
  106. Mr. Josef Garczynski
  107. Mr. Ch. Gardner
  108. Mrs. Ch. Gardner
  109. Mr. Jaime Gertfier
  110. Mrs. Jaime Gertner
  111. Mr. Moses Gewirzmann
  112. Mr. Josef Glasner
  113. Miss Ernestine Glück
  114. Mr. Eduard Goldschmidt
  115. Mrs. Berta Goldschmidt
  116. Mr. M. Goldstein
  117. Miss Olga Goldstein
  118. Mr. Abram Goodwin
  119. Mr. Paul Goritzke
  120. Mr. Josef Gorsic
  121. Mr. Alois Gorsic
  122. Mrs. A. Grabensteiner
  123. Miss Elise Graggober
  124. Mr. F. Greenbaum
  125. Mr. Max Greengard
  126. Mrs. Max Greengard
  127. Mr. Peter Groh
  128. Mrs. Peter Groh
  129. Mr. Charles Gross
  130. Mr. Oscar Guglielmone
  131. Mrs. Louise Guglielmone
  132. Dr. René Guldner
  133. Miss Mimmie Güntrath
  134. Mrs. Catharina Gurgo
  135. Susanne Gurgo
  136. Mrs. Helene Hamburger
  137. Marie Hamburger
  138. Mr. Oscar V. Hall
  139. Mr. Georg Hahn
  140. Miss Louise Hansen
  141. Mr. Emil Harder
  142. Mrs. Maria Harder
  143. Anna Harder
  144. Clara Harder
  145. Ida Harder
  146. Mr. William Harlev
  147. Mr. Carl Hartmann
  148. Miss Ida Hauser
  149. Miss Lina Haussier
  150. Miss Marg. Heinzeimann
  151. Dr. William Held
  152. Mr. Francis Held
  153. Mr. Michael Heiter
  154. Miss Bozena Hejna
  155. Mr. Josef Hejna
  156. Mr. Frank Helletzgruber
  157. Miss Alma Hellström
  158. Mr. Ladislaw Hess
  159. Miss Antoinette Hess
  160. Mrs. M. Hilling
  161. Mr. Kazimir Homik
  162. Mrs. Kazimir Homik
  163. Mrs. Minna Hölig
  164. Marie Hölig
  165. Mrs. Parania Hutnek
  166. Mr. Peter Jacobsen
  167. Mr. Martin Janezic
  168. Mr. Fritz Jansen
  169. Mrs. Louise Jansen
  170. Miss Helene Jaster
  171. Mrs. Lizzie Jaeger
  172. Mr. Ernst Jähnichen
  173. Mr. Frank C. Jerikowic
  174. Mrs. Marianna Jeschonowska
  175. Lucian Jeschonowska
  176. Mr. Hermann Jesierski
  177. Mr. K. Judaschka
  178. Mrs. Sara Kaiser
  179. Mr. Georg Kajser
  180. Mrs. Antonia Kampf
  181. Katalin Kampf
  182. Mr. Hugo Kareis
  183. Mr. P. Kazimierz
  184. Mr. Georg H. McKee
  185. Miss Martha Keller
  186. Miss Anna Kenis
  187. Mr. Eduard Kemple
  188. Mr. Hugo Kirchner
  189. Mrs. Franziska Kielbasa
  190. Maryanna Kielbasa
  191. Josefa Kielbasa
  192. Mr. Tobias Kirschstein
  193. Mr. Wm. Klee
  194. Mr. Robert Klose
  195. Miss Barbara Koch
  196. Mr. Albert Koche
  197. Mr. Georg Kofoed
  198. Mrs. Maggie Kofoed
  199. Ebelyn Kofoed
  200. Marion Kofoed
  201. Mr. Emil Kofoed
  202. Mr. Emst Kohn
  203. Mr. Lünsche Kohn
  204. Miss Anna Kolb
  205. Mrs. Rosa Korn
  206. Mr. Michael Kostur
  207. Mr. Stanislaus Kozecki
  208. Miss Paula Krauss
  209. Mr. Christ. Krempel
  210. Mr. Paul Kroh
  211. Mr. V. Kropac
  212. Mr. V. Kropac
  213. Mr. Konstantin Krowopuskow
  214. Miss Mathilde Kubli
  215. Miss Elise Kugler
  216. Mr. Antoni Kucharski
  217. Mrs. Marg. Kühn
  218. Oswald Kühn
  219. Mr. Josef Lamberty
  220. Mr. Otto Lange
  221. Miss Elfriede Lange
  222. Mrs. F'ranziska Langer
  223. Mr. N. P. Larsen
  224. Mrs. Anna Larsen
  225. Miss Camilla Larsen
  226. Mr. Kared Larsen
  227. Mr. Christian Larsen
  228. Miss F. Lasch
  229. Miss Cl. Latina
  230. Miss Frieda Laudel
  231. Mrs. Erzebeth Lederer
  232. Mr. Mark Leigh
  233. Mrs. Mark Leigh
  234. Mr. Josef Lekar
  235. Mr. Georg Lemmer
  236. Mr. George Lcnnig
  237. Mr. Karl Lerrier
  238. Mr. Stanislaus Lesniak
  239. Miss Marie Lieber
  240. Mr. Ch. Liebmann
  241. Miss Josephine Liffmann
  242. Miss Anna Loemlein
  243. Miss Mimi Lundberg
  244. Mr. Julius Ludwig
  245. Mrs. Josefinc Madbei
  246. Mr. Andr. Magierowski
  247. Mrs. Adelaide Magnussen
  248. Mrs. Johanna Magnussen
  249. Miss Antonia Mailes
  250. Miss Ursula Majetic
  251. Miss Helen Markovics
  252. Miss Olga Maluga
  253. Miss Mary Marks
  254. Mrs. Sophie Marx
  255. Mrs. Katarina Maurer
  256. Katarina Maurer
  257. Mr. Adolf Meller
  258. Mrs. Rosa Meller
  259. Mr. G. K. Meichel
  260. Mr. Arthur V. Mertens
  261. Mrs. Leontine Mertens
  262. Mrs. Elisabeth Metier
  263. Mr. B. Michalski
  264. Mr. Josef Migdad
  265. Mr. Aron Minz
  266. Mr. Wilh. Misselhorn
  267. Miss Martha Moeller
  268. Mrs. Marie Mocnik
  269. Miss Minka Mocnik
  270. Miss Franziska Mocnik
  271. Mr. Helmuth de Mooy
  272. Mr. Charles Moye
  273. Mr. Albert Murr
  274. Mr. Hermann Musterer
  275. Mrs. Ida Nathanson
  276. Mrs. Bertha Neitzke
  277. Miss Magdalena Neisel
  278. Mr. Frank Nekvasil
  279. Mr. Lady Nekvasil
  280. Miss Julia Nielsen
  281. Mr. William Noble
  282. Mrs. William Noble
  283. Miss Nclli Norowitz
  284. Miss Ernestine Norowitz
  285. Miss Betty Ohms
  286. Mr. Franz Olivet
  287. Mrs. Elisabeth Olivet
  288. Otto Olivet
  289. Miss Ida Olivet
  290. Mrs. Rosa Olszewski
  291. Mr. Frank Ondruch
  292. Mr. S. Opp
  293. Mrs. K. Paskulovitsch
  294. Miss Marta Pause
  295. Mr. Curt Paysen
  296. Mr. Fr. Pelich
  297. Mr. Willi Perlis
  298. Mr. Peter Peters
  299. Mr. Otto Petersen
  300. Mr. L. Pfeffer
  301. Miss Marg. Pirner
  302. Mr. Joseph Plenni
  303. Dr. Clara Plohn
  304. Mr. Frank Pochowski
  305. Mr. Max Prager
  306. Miss H. Raimond.
  307. Miss Charlotte Reifurth
  308. Mrs. Elizabeth Rieger
  309. Miss Elsie Rode
  310. Mr. J. Rosenblum
  311. Mr. Boris Rosenthal
  312. Mrs. Rosi Rosenthal
  313. Miss Gertrud Rössler
  314. Mr. Ward Ryan
  315. Mr. Georg Sackow
  316. Mr. Carl Sadilek
  317. Mr. J. Saltesz
  318. Mr. Josef Samuel
  319. Mr. Jacques Schargorotzki
  320. Mrs. Dina Scharf
  321. Dora Scharf
  322. Mr. A. Schäfer
  323. Mr. Hcinr. Schäfer
  324. Mr. A. Schcuncmann
  325. Mrs. Scheunemann
  326. Miss Hedwig Schiff
  327. Mrs. Regina Schlinsky
  328. Miss Fl. Schmid
  329. Mrs. Henny Schmidt
  330. Mr. Franz Schmidt
  331. Miss Margit Schmidt
  332. Miss Katarina Schmidt
  333. Mr. August Schmitt
  334. Miss Louise Schmitt
  335. Mr. August Schmitz
  336. Mrs. Anna Schneider
  337. Mr. Erwin Schnitz
  338. Mr. Rud. Schoeppe
  339. Mr. Henry Schroeder
  340. Mrs. Schroeder
  341. Mr. Ludw. Schulz
  342. Mrs. Marie Schulz
  343. Willi Schulz
  344. Mr. Henry Schultz
  345. Mrs. Schultz
  346. Mrs. Emma Schwab
  347. Rev. Carl A. Seaberg
  348. Mrs. Mimie Seaberg
  349. Mr. Albert Seekamp
  350. Mr. Fr. Sikora
  351. Mr. Oscar Silberbauer
  352. Mrs. Leopoldine Silbiger
  353. Alfred Silbiger
  354. Irma Silbiger
  355. Mr. Jacob Simons
  356. Miss Anna Skoff
  357. Miss Bertha Skorepa
  358. Mrs. Ester Skoresch
  359. Miss Anna Skorna
  360. Mr. William Skersino
  361. Mrs. Marya Skersino
  362. Michal Skersino
  363. Dr. Slocum
  364. Mr. Frank Slutek
  365. Mr. John Smith
  366. Mrs. Elisab. Smith
  367. Miss Lena Somers
  368. Mr. Heinr. Sommer
  369. Mr. Louis Spitzel
  370. Miss Rosa Springer
  371. Mr. Otto Stalger
  372. Mr. Henry Struve
  373. Mr. Fricdr. Stork
  374. Mr. Friedrich Stork
  375. Mrs. Maria Suckow
  376. Miss Marie Suchanek
  377. Mrs. Jolau Szabo
  378. Johann Szabo
  379. Mrs. Kar. Szervczyk
  380. Jacob Szervczyk
  381. Czeslawa Szervczyk
  382. Ursula Szervczyk
  383. Leon Szervczyk
  384. Mr. V. Tamasik
  385. Mr. Carl J. Thorn
  386. Miss Lydia Thurau
  387. Mr. Vaso Traucevic
  388. Mrs. Amalie Trichter
  389. Miss Adolfine Urbanek
  390. Mrs. Paulina Vautalovic
  391. Mr. Matthew Vierengel
  392. Mrs. Matthew Vierengel
  393. Harry Vierengel
  394. Edgar Vierengel
  395. Mr. Christian Vogt
  396. Mr. Hans H. Völck
  397. Mrs. Hans H. Völck
  398. Mr. L. Wagner
  399. Mr. Richard Waller
  400. Mr. Josel Walus
  401. Mr. S. Walenski
  402. Mr. Albert Weber
  403. Mrs. Selma Weber
  404. Mrs. Alma Weisbach
  405. Mr. John Wening
  406. Mr. Curt Werner
  407. Mrs. Minna Welzel
  408. Mr. Walter Wetzel
  409. Mrs. H. Wicneke
  410. Mr. Josef Wilamovitz
  411. Mrs. Auguste Witte
  412. Mrs. Wohl
  413. Miss Mali Wohl
  414. Mr. H. Worris
  415. Mr. John Wulf
  416. Mrs. John Wulf
  417. Mr. Chane Wurwilz
  418. Mr. David Wurwilz
  419. Miss Zipe Wurwitz
  420. Mrs. J. de Vough
  421. Miss Anna Zahari
  422. Mr. Czeslaw Zalewski
  423. Mrs. Florentine Zalewski
  424. Alfriede Zalewski
  425. Mrs. Marie Zimmermann
  426. Mr. Nicolai Zkutesky
  427. Mr. Isac Zloczower
  428. Mr. Perez Zuckerberg
  429. Mrs. Jacmic Zuckerberg
  430. Mr. Johann Zupancic
  431. Mrs. Marie Zuschuldt

 

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Beaumatte
  2. Mr. Alfred Bonomaier
  3. Mr. Alfred Colbrook
  4. Miss Anna Dau
  5. Miss Emma Ganzlin
  6. Mr. John Mr.
  7. Fritz Just
  8. Mr. Eidmund Lenoble
  9. Mrs. Elisabeth Lenoble
  10. Edmund Lenoble
  11. Mr. W. Nagel
  12. Mr. Hermann Rotenburger
  13. Mrs. Sandkuhl
  14. Mr. Gustav Tretje

 

To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Fonace
  2. Mr. Otto Grüninger
  3. Mr. Felix Meyer
  4. Mr. Alex Miclot
  5. Mr. Samuel Sachs
  6. Mr. Kurt Spiller

Information for Passengers

It is advisable to post mail intended for passengers very early and to write the name and address of the sender on the outside of the envelope or wrapper.

The Representative of the Company is charged with the distribution of incoming telegrams and mail. Passengers are recommended ift their own interest, before leaving the steamer to make inquiries whether any correspondence has arrived for them or to leave their address for later dispatches.

Letters and telegrams may be directed in care of any of the Company's agents.

The Company gladly undertakes the transmission or delivery of telegrams, letters, etc. intended for passengers; but owing to the immense number of such dispatches forwarded to its care, must decline all responsibility should such be inadvertently delayed or lost.

Office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie Passenger-Department

On the C.-Deck of the S. S. "Cincinnati"

An Office of the Passenger-Department has been established. This Office furnishes information to passengers concerning the sailings of our steamers, the railway services from port of arrival into the interior, the Pleasure and Health Cruises arranged by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie and the various personally Conducted Tours managed by the Company's Tourist Office (Reisebureau der Hamburg-Amerika Linie).

It also provides information with regard to customhouse arrangements and other questions which are of importance to travelers. At the Office, tickets are issued for the return-passage either from or to America, for the other regular services of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie and for Pleasure and Health Cruises, as well as for Conducted Tours on shore.

The Office is the place where the letters and telegrams arriving on board for passengers are kept and delivered. The Office has also full control of all matters relating to change of staterooms, as well as charge of all unoccupied cabins.

Porter Service

Uniformed attendants to carry baggage to and from our docks and arrange small details of travel for a nominal fee.

For the convenience of ocean travelers by our line, and in order to eliminate the extortion that has been practiced by some of the public porters, we have inaugurated a service of attendants to carry hand-baggage and perform similar services for our patrons.

On days when our steamers arrive and sail, a staff of porters, wearing gray uniforms, upon the collars of which the word "Attendant" appears, and red caps bearing "Hamburg-American Line" bands, will be stationed at our docks, the ferries and railroad terminals in Hoboken, to assist passengers.

A fixed nominal charge, as per schedule is made for the service between our piers and a number of points in New Jersey and New York.

The attendants will accompany passengers to any part of New York to carry baggage, call carriages, and perform similar services. If a passenger will write or telegraph us, or telephone our office (1900 Rector) or our piers at Hobokên (770 Hoboken), one of the attendants will be sent to his home or hotel.

As the porters are conversant with all formalities on the piers, the usual confusion upon arrival and departure practically will be eliminated, thus relieving the passenger of all annoyance and worry and avoiding loss of time.

This service is especially valuable to large parties and ladies traveling alone, who can now make the journey to ours piers, without anxiety. Besides English many of the attendants also speak German.

Pleasure Cruises Arranged by the Hamburg-America Line

Pleasure Cruises were inaugurated by the Hamburg-Amerika Linie 18 years ago, and since then, they have rapidly approached perfection through the frequent introduction of fresh itineraries and the judicious use of all newly gained experience.

A few years ago the Hamburg-Amerika Linie considerably extended this branch of its traffic, by commissioning the twin-screw steamer "Meteor", built specially for pleasure cruises to supply in a manner wholly unprecedented the demands of this new mode of travelling.

The Company has appointed another steamer to carry out pleasure- cruises, namely the "Victoria Luise", which was thoroughly overhauled and reconstructed, so that she might be specially adapted for her purpose and take equally high rank with the other steamers of the Hamburg- Amerika Linie, the "Blücher", "Cleveland", "Cincinnati", "Moltke", and "Kronprinzessin Cecilie", destined for pleasure-cruise traffic.

Furnished with such an excellent fleet, as is represented by these steamers the Hamburg-Amerika Linie is able to draw up a pleasure- cruise program for 1912—1913, which in variety surpasses the most successful undertakings of previous years.

All particulars concerning the itineraries and fares, are contained in the special pamphlets of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie, which may be obtained from the purser on board the Company's passenger-steamers.

The New Large Twin-Screw Steamers of the Hamburg-America Line "Cincinnati" and "Cleveland"

The new liner "Cincinnati", which was launched at the yards of the Schichau Shipbuilding Company at Danzig, Germany, in August 1908, and her sister-ship, the "Cleveland", which was constructed at the yards
of Blohm & Voss at Hamburg, Germany, are intended, for the New York passenger and freight service, and both vessels are splendidly appointed for the transportation of passengers as well as freight.

They are similar in type and appearance to the steamers "Kaiserin Auguste Victoria" and "Amerika", though of somewhat smaller dimensions. These vessels afford the greatest comfort and luxury, as they are provided with all of the modern features of the two well-known liners referred to above: they may be classed among the most modern liners of the present day.

The dimensions of the "Cincinnati" and "Cleveland", are as follows: length, about 600 feet; width, about 65 feet; height, from waterline to upper deck, about 50 feet; tonnage, 17,000 tons.

They are built of the best steel, and are provided with 5 steel decks and a double bottom extending the entire length of the ship, which latter is sub-divided into numerous water-tight chambers, and the hull itself is divided into 11 watertight compartments.

Two well-balanced high and low pressure engines of the quadruple expansion type, which are supplied with steam from three double and three single boilers, give these vessels a speed of about 15 1/2 knots.

They have the capacity for about

  • 230 First Cabin Passengers
  • 400 Second Cabin Passengers
  • 530 Third Cabin Passengers
  • 2200 Steerage Passengers
    and have a cargo capacity of about 15,000 tons. The crew comprises about 360 officers and men.

The accommodations in the first cabin have received special attention, and in addition to the large number of ordinary staterooms there will be 70 rooms for the sole use of one passenger; several suites comprising parlor, bedroom and bathroom, and number of large rooms with bath and toilet.

The spacious dining room, which is located on the upper deck, has been equipped with small tables for two, four and six persons, and the saloon is large enough to accommodate all passengers at one sitting, even during the height of the season.

On the promenade deck there is located a spacious lounge, music room, writingroom, smokingroom and gymnasium, and on the different promenade decks sheltered corners are provided affording protection from the wind and weather when the conditions are unfavorable.

In addition to the above-named features, there is an electric passenger elevator connecting the different decks, a well-equipped gymnasium with electrical apparatus, electric light baths, a dark room for photography, a bookstall, library, Office of the Passenger Department, etc.

For promenading there are two large promenade decks, and in addition there is a large open deck on the top of the uppermost deckhouse.
The arrangement of the second cabin has also been given special attention, and affords every modern comfort and convenience. The main saloon, ladies' parlor and the smoking room are similar in size, design and decoration to those of our most recent vessels.

For the safety of the vessel, the doors of the water-tight compartments have been equipped with automatic hydraulic devices, enabling the Captain to close all of the doors in a few seconds from the bridge. The vessels have also been equipped with sub-marine bell systems, fire extinguishers, a complete fire alarm system, steam pumps, etc.

The New Marine Wonder of the Hamburg-America Line "Imperator" of 50,000 tons -- the Largest Ship in the World

The "Imperator", now building at the Vulcan Shipyards at Hamburg, has been launched on the 23 rd of May 1912 and will enter the Hamburg-New York passenger service in spring 1913. This vessel will surpass all standards for size, having nine decks above the water line and a capacity for carrying 4,250 passengers in addition to a crew of 1,000.

Among the features which will add to the comfort and pleasure of the passengers will be an elaborate Roman Bath, a Gymnasium, a Squash Court, a Sun Parlor and a Ratskeller besides the usual attractions of the modern liners.

The Frahm Anti-Rolling Tanks will be installed, which, in addition to the great bulk, will counteract the motion of the most violent sea, assuring the most susceptible passenger of a pleasant crossing.

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