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SS Deutschland Passenger List - 22 August 1930

Front Cover - SS Deutschland Passenger List - 22 August 1930 (First Class Passengers)

Lists of All Passengers from the SS Deutschland of the Hamburg America Line, Departing 22 August 1930 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Buch. 1,164 Passengers and 47 Crew Members are listed for this voyage.

Hamburg America Line
SS Deutschland
Captain Buch
From Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg
Friday, 22 August 1930

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain Buch
  2. First Officer: E. v. Frankenberg u. Ludwigsdorf
  3. Second Officer: A. Graune
  4. Second Officer: G. Bohn
  5. Second Officer: H. Uebel
  6. Third Officer: K. Werner
  7. Fourth Officer: A. Petersen
  8. Fourth Officer: J. Brenner
  9. First Radio Officer: P. Steinwerder
  10. Second Radio Officer: E. Topke
  11. Third Radio Officer: K. Hertel
  12. Fourth Radio Officer: K. Gerasch
  13. Chief Engineer: P. Kauschke
  14. Second Engineer: C. Buck
  15. Second Engineer: C. Heitmann
  16. Third Engineer: W. Jark
  17. Third Engineer: Th. Beckmann
  18. Third Engineer: W. Hamann
  19. Third Engineer: J. Hütte
  20. Third Engineer: H. Ehlbeck
  21. Fourth Engineer: W. Eberlei
  22. Fourth Engineer: A. Hoffmann
  23. Fourth Engineer: P. Reimer
  24. Fourth Engineer: G. Otto
  25. First Electrician: W. Rietsdorf
  26. Second Electrician: F. Matzen
  27. Projectionist: M. Ebner v. Eschenbach
  28. First Physician: Dr. W. Geller
  29. Second Physician: Dr. H. Barth
  30. Trained Nurse: Lisbeth Lilie
  31. Purser: O. Ritter
  32. Second Purser: H. Peters
  33. Second Purser: W. Mumssen
  34. Assistant Purser: H. Schröder
  35. Assistant Purser: G. Fromm
  36. Assistant Purser: H. Friedrich
  37. Baggage Master: P. Lewald
  38. Chief Steward, First Class: M. Heins
  39. Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: Ch. Imcke
  40. Grill Room Chef: OSCAR
  41. Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: M. Feig
  42. Chief Steward, Tourist Third Cabin: H. Bauer
  43. Assistant Chief Steward, Tourist Third Cabin: A. Bendfeldt
  44. Chief Steward, Third Class: H. Däwers
  45. Assistant Chief Steward, Third Class: J. Schildt
  46. Music Leader: H. Kupfer
  47. Kitchen Master: A. Krüger

First Class Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Hinrich Albers
  2. Mr. Dr. Ernst Albrecht
  3. Miss Flora Altschul
  4. Mr. Carl Badman
  5. Mrs. Carl Badman
  6. Mr. Julius Baer
  7. Judge William S. Baird
  8. Miss Barbara Banning
  9. Miss Hedda Bauernfeind
  10. Mr. Louis Benedict
  11. Mrs. Louis Benedict
  12. Miss Lillian Bernstein
  13. Miss Florine Blaustine
  14. Mr. Dr. Walter F. Bopp
  15. Mrs. Walter F. Bopp
  16. Mr. Walter S. Bopp
  17. Miss Catherine Boyce
  18. Mr. Philip H. Brice
  19. Mrs. A. von Briesen
  20. Mr. Hans von Briesen
  21. Mrs. Frank von Briesen
  22. Miss R. A. Brummer
  23. Miss Marie D. Buhmann
  24. Mrs. Frances Bukofzer
  25. Mrs. Edwin C. Butler
  26. Miss Marie Butler
  27. Mrs. Annie Cantor
  28. Mr. Louis H. Cohen
  29. Mrs. Louis H. Cohen
  30. Louis Cohen
  31. Miss Helen S.Cohen
  32. Miss Madelon Cohn
  33. Mr. Dr. David D. Custer
  34. Mrs. David D. Custer
  35. Mr. David Davidson
  36. Mrs. David Davidson
  37. Miss Ethel Davidson
  38. Mr. William H. Davis
  39. Mrs. William B. Davis
  40. Miss Laura M. Davis
  41. Miss Ida Deitering
  42. Miss Wilmar Deitering
  43. Mr. Professor Louis M. Dennis
  44. Mr. Arthur Dobozy
  45. Mr. Julius M. Eisendrath
  46. Mr. Percy L. Elias
  47. Mrs. Percy L. Elias
  48. Mrs. Hildegard Ercklentz
  49. Mr. Max Feiner
  50. Mrs. Max Feiner
  51. Samuel Feiner
  52. Mrs. Ida Feinstein
  53. Mrs. C. W. Felton
  54. Miss Beulah Fenimore
  55. Miss Henrietta Feuchtwanger
  56. Mr. James F. Fielder
  57. Mrs. James F. Fielder
  58. Miss M. R. Fitzpatrick
  59. Mr. William Forstner
  60. Mrs. William Forstner
  61. Miss Anna M. Forstner
  62. Miss A. Helle Foster
  63. Mr. John E. Gerlach
  64. Mrs. John F. Gerlach
  65. Miss Beatrice Goldberg
  66. Mr. Max Goldsmith
  67. Miss Judith H. Goldsmith
  68. Mr. Gumpertz
  69. Mrs. Gumpertz
  70. Mr. Theodor Haebler
  71. Mrs. Theodor Haebler
  72. Miss Stella Hakanson
  73. Mr. Frederic Ci. Hardenbrook
  74. Mrs. W. O. Hecker
  75. Mr. Harvard K. Hecker
  76. Mr. Charles F. Heinz
  77. Mr. Frederick Heinz
  78. Mrs. Sarah Hermann
  79. Mr. Waller B. Hervey
  80. Mrs. Walter B. Hervey
  81. Mr. Walter Bryant Hervey
  82. Mr. Conrad Hewitt
  83. Mrs. Aaron H. Hirsch
  84. Mrs. Sara R. Hirsch
  85. Mrs. Sidney Hohenberg
  86. Mrs. Morris Hohenberg
  87. Mr. Dr. L. B. Hohman
  88. Mrs. Amelia Hunicke
  89. Miss Belle Huntington
  90. Mrs. Henry Idema
  91. Mrs. Kdward H. Idema
  92. Miss Mary Louise Idema
  93. Miss Laura E. Jones
  94. Mr. John H. Kane
  95. Mrs. John H. Kane
  96. Mr. John M. Kane
  97. Mr. Richard Kane
  98. Mr. Dr. S. Katz
  99. Mrs. S. Katz
  100. Mrs. Rose B. Katzenstein
  101. Miss Sidonie Kaufmann
  102. Miss Julia L. Kelly
  103. Miss Margaret Kelsey
  104. Mr. Dr. Chester K. Kistler
  105. Mrs. Chester K. Kistler
  106. Miss Annette Koch
  107. Mr. Charles J. Koehler
  108. Mr. Dr. Otto Koenig
  109. Mr. Emil W. Kohn
  110. Mrs. Emil W. Kohn
  111. Mr. K. A. Landauer
  112. Mr. Gustave K. Lewinson
  113. Miss Johanna P. Light
  114. Mr. Sydney Lobsenz
  115. Mr. Kurt Loesch
  116. Mrs. Kurt Loesch
  117. Kurt Loesch Jr.
  118. Miss Ada Folsone Longee
  119. Miss Catherine McCaffery
  120. Mr. Chas E. McCarthy
  121. Mrs. Chas E. McCarthy
  122. Mr. Dr. John McGrath
  123. Mrs. John McGrath
  124. Mrs. Catherine Maguire
  125. Miss Mary B. Maguire
  126. Mrs. Max Mandel
  127. Mr. Dr. Franz Mankiewicz
  128. Mrs. Franz Mankiewicz
  129. Mrs. W. S. Manning
  130. Miss Rebecca M. Manning
  131. Mrs. I. A. Martyn
  132. Miss Emilie Maurer
  133. Miss Henrietta K. Maurer
  134. Mr. William May
  135. Mrs. William May
  136. Miss May
  137. Mr. Robert B. Mayer
  138. Mrs. Robert B. Mayer
  139. Mrs. Martha Mayer
  140. Miss Theresa Mayer
  141. Mrs. L. Mendelsohn
  142. Mrs. Lester Milius
  143. Miss Winifred Milius
  144. Mrs. Elizabeth Mensendieck
  145. Mr. Charles O. Miller
  146. Mrs. Charles O. Miller
  147. Mr. Max Mittendorf
  148. Mrs. Max MIttendorf
  149. Miss Hertha C Mittendorf
  150. Mr. George Moore
  151. Mrs. George Moore with Staff
  152. Miss Georgianna Moore
  153. Mr. P, Natalie
  154. Mrs. Gaston A, Neuhut
  155. Miss Betty Neuhut
  156. John P. Neuhut
  157. Mr. Carl Oestreicher
  158. Mrs. Carl Oestreicher
  159. Leonhard Oestreicher
  160. Mr. Gerhard Oestreicher
  161. Mr. Moritz Oestreicher
  162. Mr. Charles Osner
  163. Mrs. Charles Osner
  164. Mr. Nathan Pachman
  165. Mrs. Nathan Pachman
  166. Miss Nina B. Parker
  167. Mrs. Hedwig Pauly
  168. Mr. S. Paymer
  169. Mrs. S. Paymer
  170. Miss Ruth Paymer
  171. Miss Nancy Paterson
  172. Mr. William Peters
  173. Mrs. William Peters
  174. Miss Julia Perrott
  175. Mr. David H. Prosmil
  176. Mrs. David H. Prosmil
  177. Mr. George P. Raser
  178. Miss Celia Rauch
  179. Miss Elisabeth Raymond
  180. Mr. Otto Reinwaldt
  181. Mr. Wallace Renard
  182. Mrs. Wallace Renard
  183. Mrs. E. D. Rheem
  184. Nancy Rheem
  185. Fraulein Margaret V. Rooney
  186. Mr. August H. Rose
  187. Mr. Leopold Rosenthal
  188. Mr. Prof. Daniel C. Rosenthal
  189. Mrs. Daniel C. Rosenthal
  190. Mr. Oscar M. Samuel
  191. Mrs. Oscar M. Samuel
  192. Mr. Edward S. Schaal
  193. Mrs. Edward S. Schaal
  194. Mr. Ernst Schaufler
  195. Mrs. Margaretha K. Schell
  196. Miss Carolina M. Schell
  197. Mrs. Plummer Schley
  198. Miss Jane Schley
  199. Miss Gertrude Schley
  200. Miss Linda Schloss
  201. Mr. Dr. Simon Shapiro
  202. Mrs. Simon Shapiro
  203. Mr. Raymond Shapiro
  204. Ellward Shapiro
  205. Mrs. Elizabeth Schwagler
  206. Mr. Albert Schwarzler
  207. Mr. Dr. Johannes Sienknecht
  208. Mr. William H. Sinsheimer
  209. Mrs. William H. Sinsheimer
  210. Miss Edith H. Smalley
  211. Mr. George O. Smalley
  212. Mrs. George O. Smalley
  213. Miss Nancy Smalley
  214. Mr. Charles Smoot
  215. Mr. A. F. Soukup
  216. Mrs. A. F. Soukup
  217. Mr. Joseph Spalding
  218. Mrs. Joseph Spalding
  219. Mr. Direktor Dr. Napoleon Spun-Strizic
  220. Mrs. Rosalie E. Stagg
  221. Mrs. Elizabeth M. Stecher
  222. Mr. Max Steinfeld
  223. Mrs. Max Steinfeld
  224. Mr. Henry L. Steneck
  225. Mrs. Henry L. Steneck
  226. Miss Olga Steneck
  227. Mr. John Steneck
  228. Mrs. John Steneck
  229. Mr. Sigmund Stern
  230. Mrs. Sigmund Stern
  231. Mr. Richard Stilson
  232. Mr. Dr. Hermann Suida
  233. Mr. Professor Dr. Kornel Terplan
  234. Mr. Elmer B. Thomas
  235. Mrs. Elmer B. Thomas
  236. Miss Katherine G.Thomas
  237. Mr. Elmer B. Thomas
  238. Mrs. Lucie W. Thurnauer
  239. Mr. Max Tost
  240. Mrs. Max Tost
  241. Mr. William C. Tost
  242. Maxine Tost
  243. Mrs. J. Tuerk
  244. Mr. W. Voege
  245. Mr. Warren A. Whitney
  246. Mr. George C. Whitney
  247. Mrs. Warren A. Whitney
  248. Miss Virginia Whitney
  249. Mr. Dr. Ernst Wolff
  250. Mr. Wilhelm Wolff
  251. Mr. George A. Wood
  252. Miss Anna Zänker

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Miss Doris Albert
  2. Mrs. Phoebe Baring
  3. Mr. Otto Blumenfeld
  4. Miss Mary Broadbent-Schofield
  5. Miss Ada V. Brown
  6. Mr. George Cheeke
  7. Mrs. George Cheeke
  8. Mr. Martin Frank
  9. Mrs. W. H.Gates
  10. Mr. George Georgescu
  11. Mrs. George Georgescu
  12. Mrs. Dr. Elisabeth Henschel-Simon
  13. Mrs. Kemps
  14. Mrs. John Latta
  15. Miss Florence L. Lattimor
  16. Mr. Gustav Mecklenburg
  17. Mrs. Gustav Mecklenburg
  18. Mr. Gerhard Meyer-Glitza
  19. Mr. Howard William Morton
  20. Mr. Alfred J. Müller
  21. Mr. Victor Pierson
  22. Mr. Wilhelm Röpcke
  23. Mrs. Wilhelm Röpcke
  24. Miss Ann Röpcke
  25. Mr. Charles Seymour
  26. Miss Nelli M. Smith
  27. Mr. C. van Straubenzee
  28. Mrs. C. van Straubenzee
  29. Mrs. L. G. Stuart
  30. Mr. Kenneth William C. Taylor
  31. Miss Diana Ubsdell
  32. Mr. Hanns Weith
  33. Miss Ingeborg Wolf

To CHERBOURG

  1. Mr. Dr. A. M. Savoie
  2. Miss Siegler
  3. Mr. Benjamin Weile-Hallé
  4. Mrs. Benjamin Weile-Hallé

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

Front Cover (Tourist Third Cabin Passengers), SS Deutschland Passenger List - 22 August 1930

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Kurt Adler
  2. Miss L. Affachiner
  3. Mr. Barney Ain
  4. Miss Gertrude Allwein
  5. Mrs. Käthe Amann
  6. Miss Emily Andrews
  7. Mr. Wm. R. Arndt
  8. Mr. Arthur Arndts
  9. Miss Elda Asper
  10. Mr. Richard Assmann
  11. Mrs. Anna Assmann
  12. Alice Assmann
  13. Miss Ethel Augustin
  14. Mr. Frank Ayer
  15. Mrs. Eugenic Bach
  16. Miss Anna Bahr
  17. Miss Helen Banks
  18. Mrs. Dorothy Bardos
  19. Miss Mary Barker
  20. Mrs. Florence Bayard
  21. Mr. Bearn
  22. Mr. Peter Beckmann
  23. Rev. H. de Beer
  24. Mr. Paul Beringer
  25. Mrs. Paul Beringer
  26. Paul Beringer
  27. Mr. Henry Bieringer
  28. Mr. Leo Berdischewski
  29. Mrs. Fco Berdischewski
  30. Miss Mina Bischoff
  31. Mr. Gustav Bischoff
  32. Mr. Wylan Bischoff
  33. Mr. Wilhelm Bischoff
  34. Mrs. Ernestine Bischoff
  35. Mr. Chas Blaich
  36. Mrs. Blaich
  37. Miss A. Boeckel
  38. Mr. Faul Boehm
  39. Mrs. Mary Bright
  40. Mr. Milton Brook
  41. Mrs. Emmy Brook
  42. Miss Wilana Brunner
  43. Mrs. Bertha Buckingham
  44. Mr. Wm. Bullesbach
  45. Mrs. Mary Bullesbach
  46. Elisabeth Bullesbach
  47. Anton Bullesbach
  48. Miss Emily Burchell
  49. Mr. Albert Burgert
  50. Mrs. Albert Burgert
  51. Mr. Leonard Buschman
  52. Mrs. Leonard Buschmann
  53. Miss Miriam Calvin
  54. Miss F. Chase
  55. Miss Rosa Chicka
  56. Mr. J. Coenen
  57. Mr. Harold Cohen
  58. Mr. Albert Cook
  59. Mrs. Albert Cook
  60. Miss Gertrude Cook
  61. Miss Florence Crocker
  62. Mrs. Hilda Dalberg
  63. Miss Anita Dalberg
  64. Mr. Jacob Davis
  65. Mrs. Jacob Davis
  66. Miss Eleanor Davis
  67. Mrs. A. Decker
  68. Miss Gertrude Dill
  69. Mrs. Mathilda Dorner Yeager
  70. David Dorner Yeager
  71. Miss Dorothy Dowden
  72. Miss Mary Driscoll
  73. Mrs. May Dunlop
  74. Mr. Floyd Dunn
  75. Mrs. Gladys Dunn
  76. Miss Muriel Dyer
  77. Mr. Henry Ehster
  78. Mrs. Henry Ehster
  79. Miss Helen Ehster
  80. Miss Frances Eddy
  81. Miss Mary Ellmann
  82. Mr. Philip Epstein
  83. Miss Louise Erickson
  84. Miss Abbie Evans
  85. Miss Laura Ewing
  86. Mr. Burton Fahs
  87. Mr. Ernest Falck
  88. Mr. Sim. Fechheimer
  89. Mrs. Eva Feil
  90. Miss Peggy Firestone
  91. Mr. Andrew Fischer
  92. Mr. T. Fischer
  93. Mrs. T. Fischer
  94. Miss Henriette Fliegelmann
  95. Miss Gladys Foster
  96. Mrs. Sophie Fox
  97. Miss Jeanette Fox
  98. Miss Helen Fox
  99. Mr. Victor Fox
  100. Miss Cäcilie Franzenburg
  101. Miss Augusta Freifeld
  102. Mr. Hermann Fridahl
  103. Miss F. Frigand
  104. Mr. Hubert Fröhlich
  105. Mrs. Anna Gajdos
  106. Miss Mary Gardner
  107. Mr. Frederick Gegenheimer
  108. Mrs. Luise Gegenheimer
  109. Mrs. Anna Gerstlc
  110. Miss Anna Gerstle
  111. Mr. John Gilbert
  112. Mr. Horace Goas
  113. Mrs. Florace Goas
  114. Miss Ellen Götz
  115. Miss Anna Grande
  116. Mr. S. Graves
  117. Mrs. S. Graves
  118. Mr. Arno Greiner
  119. Mrs. Amelia Greiner
  120. Mr. Adolf Grünling
  121. Miss Florence Gumbener
  122. Mrs. Florence Guppy
  123. Miss Ruth Guppy
  124. Mrs. Magdalene Gut
  125. Mr. Wm. Hall
  126. Mr. Fugen Hall
  127. Miss Anna Hall
  128. Mr. Mason Hammond
  129. Miss Erva Hanschke
  130. räulein Ida Hardt
  131. Miss Anna Harris
  132. Miss Holda Haumann
  133. Miss C. Hazelton
  134. Mrs. Iva Heidemann
  135. Mr. Dr. Fritz Heider
  136. Miss Florence Henny
  137. Miss Emily Herzog
  138. Mrs. Katharine Heyden
  139. Mr. Frederick Heydt
  140. Mrs. Christine Heydt
  141. Mr. Simon Hirsdansky
  142. Mrs. Margaret Hirsdansky
  143. Miss Anna Hoffmann
  144. Miss Mary Hoffmann
  145. Miss Mabel Hoffsommer
  146. Miss Charlotte Hohnel
  147. Mrs. M. Moldau
  148. Miss Clara Moldau
  149. Miss Una Holmes
  150. Miss Clara Horn
  151. Miss Frances Horowitz
  152. Miss Mary van Houten
  153. Mrs. Mary Hubbard
  154. Miss Beatrice Hug
  155. Miss Hildegard Isele
  156. Miss Gertrude Jank
  157. Mr. FIenry Jenny
  158. Mrs. A. Jewel
  159. Mr. Josef Jirak
  160. Mrs. Luise Jirak
  161. Rev. Paul Jungblut
  162. Miss Fleanor Kalbfleisch
  163. Miss Helen Katz
  164. Mrs. Margaret Keating
  165. Mr. Thomas Keavy
  166. Mr. Dr. Abner W. Kelley
  167. Mr. George Kellner
  168. Mrs. George Kellner
  169. Rev. Thomas Kelly
  170. Miss Emmy Kleist
  171. Mr. Paul Kopf
  172. Mrs. Martha Kopf
  173. Mr. Otto Korner
  174. Mrs. Emma Korner
  175. Mrs. Susanna Kosempel
  176. Miss Margit Kosempel
  177. Mrs. M. Kostenbader
  178. Miss C. Kostenbader
  179. Mr. Wilhelm Kramer
  180. Miss Lottie Kramer
  181. Mr. August Kranz
  182. Mr. Otto Kürbitz
  183. Mrs. Otto Kürbitz
  184. Miss Katharina Lamp
  185. Mrs. Therese Landers
  186. Miss Gisela Landers
  187. Günther Landers
  188. Miss Magdalene Lenz
  189. Miss Ilse Levy
  190. Miss Esther Leusch
  191. Miss Rosalind Lewyn
  192. Mr. John Lienert
  193. Mrs. John Lienert
  194. Miss Wanda Lindgren
  195. Mr. Herbert Loose
  196. Miss Anna Lyons
  197. Miss Amclia Marblestein
  198. Miss Jane March
  199. Mr. Otto Marum
  200. Mrs. Otto Marum
  201. Mr. Lazarus Marks
  202. Mrs. Ida Marks
  203. Miss Virginia McArthur
  204. Miss Mary McCabe
  205. Miss Else McCormick
  206. Mr. Josef McDonnough
  207. Mr. Geo McFarland
  208. Miss Helen McKinstry
  209. Miss Lois Meier
  210. Miss Elsa Meissner
  211. Mrs. Mary Metzger
  212. Mrs. E. Meyer
  213. Miss Margaret Meyer
  214. Mrs. Wilhelmine Meyer
  215. Mrs. Mary Michaelis
  216. Miss Esther Möbus
  217. Mr. Chas Mockler
  218. Professor Gertrude Moulton
  219. Mr. Adolf Muller
  220. Mr. John Muller
  221. Mr. Josef Muller
  222. Mrs. Susanna Munkel
  223. Miss Olga Munkel
  224. Mr. Geo Nesline
  225. Miss C. Newhall
  226. Miss Auguste Newman
  227. Mrs. Emma Nielson
  228. Mrs. Auguste Oechslin
  229. Mr. Harry Ottemann
  230. Mrs. Harry Ottemann
  231. Mr. Otto Pabst
  232. Miss Franccs Packett
  233. Miss C. Packmann
  234. Miss K. Pacot
  235. Mr. Henry Panzer
  236. Miss Ida Peschke
  237. Mrs. Karoline Pietzuch
  238. Miss Anna Pietzuch
  239. Mrs. Isabclla Piravamo
  240. Miss Mildred Piravamo
  241. Mr. Frank Plagge
  242. Mrs. Frank Plagge
  243. Mr. Frank Pomcroy
  244. Miss Franccs Pouch
  245. Miss V. Powell
  246. Mrs. Anna Pries
  247. Miss Francis Psackis
  248. Miss Melissa Quinlan
  249. Mr. Carl Radespiel
  250. Mr. John Rappelt
  251. Mrs. Amalie Rappelt
  252. John Rappelt
  253. Mr. J. F. Rea
  254. Mr. Louis Reber
  255. Mrs. Louis Reber
  256. Miss Betty Redman
  257. Mr. August Reibling
  258. Mrs. Antonia Reilly
  259. Miss Hedwig Rice
  260. Mrs. Fred Richter
  261. Miss Vivian Retzlaff
  262. Mr. Wm. Reu
  263. Mrs. Mary Reu
  264. Miss Eva Rosenberg
  265. Mr. Jacob Roth
  266. Mrs. Ilse Roth
  267. Mr. Arthur Rothe
  268. Mrs. Martha Rothe
  269. Miss Gertrude Rothe
  270. Mr. Walther Rothe
  271. Mr. James Round
  272. Miss Anni Ruge
  273. Mr. Robert Salzmann
  274. Mrs. Anna Salzmann
  275. Mrs. Anna Samer
  276. Rudolf Samer
  277. Mrs. Dora Samer
  278. Miss Fernanda Samer
  279. Miss Rose Sandowski
  280. Miss Fanny Sandowsk
  281. Miss Esther Sandowsk
  282. Mr. Henry Sann
  283. Mr. Bernhard Schaeffer
  284. Mrs. Ottile Schiller
  285. Miss Dorothy Schmitz
  286. Mr. Karl Schneider
  287. Mrs. Louise Schüller
  288. Miss Luise Schuller
  289. Mr. Otto Schulz
  290. Mrs. Frieda Schulz
  291. Helen Schulz
  292. Mr. Paul Schumann
  293. Mr. Wm. Schwab
  294. Rev. Heinz Schwarz
  295. Miss Anna Seidl
  296. Mr. Frank Seifert
  297. Mrs. Eva Seifert
  298. Miss Anna Siebold
  299. Miss Anny Spardel
  300. Mrs. Emma Spardel
  301. Miss Mabel Spring
  302. Miss Bertha Starner
  303. Mr. Gothard Staubach
  304. Miss L. Staubach
  305. Miss Anna Steinhauser
  306. Mrs. Katharine Stern
  307. Mr. Professor Austin Taylor
  308. Mrs. Austin Taylor
  309. Miss Grace Thomas
  310. Miss Margaret Thomkins
  311. Mr. Clemens Thy
  312. Mrs. Philip Tischler
  313. Miss Dorothea Treutel
  314. Miss Agnes Tunison
  315. Mr. Professor Otto Uhr
  316. Mr. Alfred Victor
  317. Mr. Erwin Victor
  318. Mrs. Frwin Victor
  319. Mr. John Vieth
  320. Mr. Henry Wagner
  321. Mrs. Mimie Wagner
  322. Miss Hethe Wagner
  323. Mr. Frederick Walter
  324. Mr. Ernst Weiland
  325. Miss Katharine Weiss
  326. Miss Sara von Wenck
  327. Miss Edith West
  328. Mr. Willy Westhelle
  329. Rev. Adalbert Wettstein
  330. Miss Edith Wheeler
  331. Miss Harrict Wheeler
  332. Miss Bess Whitmarch
  333. Mr. Hans Wiek
  334. Miss Luise Wiek
  335. Mr. Albert Wilson
  336. Mrs. Albert Wilson
  337. Miss Mildred Wing
  338. Mrs. Erna Winkler
  339. Miss Elisabeth Winkler
  340. Miss Adele Winston
  341. Mr. Isidor Wintner
  342. Miss Martha Wisel
  343. Miss Rose Wortis
  344. Miss Johanna Wotz
  345. Miss Emily Wotz
  346. Mr. Wm. Wunderlich
  347. Mrs. Elisabeth Wunderlich
  348. Miss Luise A. Wunderlich
  349. Miss Elisabeth E. Wunderlich
  350. Miss Anna Zubrod

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Mr. Warren Baxter
  2. Mrs. Edith Baxter
  3. Mr. Dr. Peter Brieger
  4. Mr. Amandus Bryggemann
  5. Mrs. Lotte Bryggemann
  6. Mr. Flarry Fitton
  7. Mrs. Harry Fitton
  8. Miss Hilda Fitton
  9. Miss Vera John
  10. Mr. Dr. Hermann Krause
  11. Mr. Gerhard Kuttner
  12. Mr. Fred Lukow
  13. Mrs. Alice McGonnal
  14. Mrs. Evelyn Mann
  15. Mr. Douglas Mann
  16. Mr. Herbert Paulick
  17. Mr. Wm. Ralph
  18. Mr. Friedr. Recken
  19. Mrs. Emily Recken
  20. Mr. Plans Scheel
  21. Mrs. Luise Scheel
  22. Mr. Harold Simcoe
  23. Mr. Dudley Tailby
  24. Mr. James Webb
  25. Mrs. Sarah Webb

Third Class Passengers

Front Cover, Third Class Passengers, SS Deutschland Passenger List - 22 August 1930

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Fred, van Ackern
  2. Mrs. Fred, van Ackern
  3. Miss Margarete Albers
  4. Mr. Welfrid Anderson
  5. Mrs. Frna Andree
  6. Irmtraut Andree
  7. Mr. August Arndt
  8. Mr. P. H. Apell
  9. Mrs. P. H. Apell
  10. Miss Msbeth Armbrecht
  11. Miss Emilie Armusich
  12. Mr. John Augustin
  13. Florr Rudolf Aurednik
  14. Mr. Christian Axelsen
  15. Mr. Professor John A. Baker
  16. Miss Mary Baker
  17. Mr. Karl Baldauf
  18. Mrs. Karl Baldauf
  19. William Baldauf
  20. Mrs. Sophie Barre
  21. Mr. Christ. Paul Bauer
  22. Mrs. Bertha Baumann
  23. Mr. Otto Bartholmess
  24. Reems Baumann
  25. Mr. Beaumont
  26. Mrs. Beaumont
  27. Mrs. Anna Bechtold
  28. Mr. Christian Below
  29. Mrs. Christian Below
  30. Mrs. Therese Behrbom
  31. Miss Verene Belser
  32. Miss Anna Benetz
  33. Mrs. Marie Bergmann
  34. Mrs. Mathilde Berkes
  35. Mr. John Berky
  36. Mrs. John Berky
  37. Vinzenz Bernhard
  38. Mr. Dr. Joachim Beutel
  39. Miss Elfriede Beyer
  40. Mrs. Rosa Bichler
  41. Mr. Michael Billmeyer
  42. Mrs. Michael Billmeyer
  43. Mr. Hermann Binder
  44. Mr. Robert Blass
  45. Mrs. Maria Blank
  46. Mr. Arthur Böhmer
  47. Mrs. Erna Bohnenberger
  48. Miss Gene Bolla
  49. Mr. Philipp Bollenbacher
  50. Mr. Hans Bonss
  51. Mr. Franz Borke
  52. Mr. Isidor Bornstein
  53. Mr. Bernhard Braun
  54. Mrs. Bernhard Braun
  55. Miss Martha Braun
  56. Mrs. Elli Braun
  57. Werner Braun
  58. Mr. John Breidbach
  59. Mr. Robert Bremenkamp
  60. Miss Anna Bremer
  61. Mrs. Margarethe Brodersen
  62. Mrs. Viktoria Bruder
  63. Mr. Wilhelm Brüning
  64. Mr. Hermann Budra
  65. Mr. Henry Budzowsky
  66. Mrs. Henry Budzowsky
  67. Emilie Budzowsky
  68. Mr. Gustav Buggert
  69. Mr. Alexander Burghardt
  70. Mr. Alexander Burghardt Jr.
  71. Mr. Otto Burk
  72. Miss Christine Büsching
  73. Mr. William Bussmann
  74. Miss Kunigunde Carl
  75. Mrs. Anna Carlstrom
  76. Mr. Wm. Christ
  77. Mr. William Clausen
  78. Miss Sarah Cohen
  79. Mr. Georg Collatz
  80. Mr. John Crosz
  81. Mr. Johannes Czaja
  82. Miss Sophie Dahlke
  83. Mr. Siegwart Damm
  84. Mrs. Siegwart Damm
  85. Miss Dorothy Daub
  86. Mrs. Dora Dautel
  87. Miss Elsie Dautel
  88. Mr. Wilhelm Demlow
  89. Mr. Franz Demmerle
  90. Mr. Heinz Demnitz
  91. Mr. Leonhard Deuster
  92. Miss Barbara Dieter
  93. Mr. Georg Diener
  94. Mrs. Georg Diener
  95. Mr. Dominikus Dodel
  96. Miss Lina Domansky
  97. Mr. Martin Dona
  98. Mr. Hans Dorendorf
  99. Mr. Alois Drechsler
  100. Mrs. Alois Drechsler
  101. Miss Elisabeth Drechsler
  102. Mrs. Martha Drinkmann
  103. Mr. Arthur Dültgen
  104. Miss Carolin Faselry
  105. Mr. John Eckl
  106. Mrs. John Eckl
  107. John Eekl Jr.
  108. Mrs. Elsa Edelmann
  109. Mr. Bernhard Edelmann
  110. Mr. Jacob Erfert
  111. Mr. Walter Eggers
  112. Mr. Albert Eisele
  113. Mrs. Albert Eisele
  114. Heinz Eisele
  115. Mr. Artur Emmerlich
  116. Mrs. Flsa Emmrich
  117. Miss Elsa Emmrich
  118. Mrs. Martha Engels
  119. Miss Martha Engels
  120. Miss Hazel Engels
  121. Mr. Frank Eiter
  122. Mr. Henry Engelstädter
  123. Mr. John Erickson
  124. Mrs. John Erickson
  125. Carl Erickson
  126. Mr. Paul Ertner
  127. Mrs. Paul Ertner
  128. Mrs. Erna Eschmann
  129. Ernest Eschmann
  130. Miss Ellen Ewender
  131. Mr. Kurt Fährmann
  132. Mrs. Rose Feiler
  133. Mr. Werner Feist
  134. Mrs. Hedwig Felder
  135. Lore Felder
  136. Mrs. Lina Fischer
  137. Gertrud Fischer
  138. William Fischer
  139. Mr. Georg Fliege
  140. Mrs. Georg Fliege
  141. William Forst
  142. Mrs. Elisabeth Franke
  143. Miss Minna Franke
  144. Mr. Christian Frederiksen
  145. Miss Irmgard Freitag
  146. Mr. Maximilian Freitag
  147. Mr. Gottfried Friedrichs
  148. Mr. Josef Gährweiler
  149. Mr. Walter Gentz
  150. Mrs. Walter Gentz
  151. Mr. Reinhard Gängle
  152. Mr. Rev. Carl Gust. Georgi
  153. Mr. Hugo Getschweske
  154. Mrs. Hugo Gerschweske
  155. Hildegard Gerschweske
  156. Mr. John Gerstner
  157. Mr. Warren Gish
  158. Mrs. Flisabeth Gleich
  159. Walter Gleich
  160. Mrs. Anna Glock
  161. Mrs. Friederike Goldstein
  162. Mr. Wilhelm Götz
  163. Mrs. Wilhelm Götz
  164. Mr. John Greiner
  165. Mrs. Barbara Griesbauer
  166. Mr. Christian Griesbauer
  167. Mrs. Olga Gross
  168. Miss Ruth Gross
  169. Mr. Kurt Grünler
  170. Mrs. Kurt Grünler
  171. Mrs. Margarete Günther
  172. Irmgard Günther
  173. Miss Greta Hack
  174. Miss Juliana Haefele
  175. Mr. Georg Hahn
  176. Miss Rosa Haid
  177. Mr. Johann Hamann
  178. Mr. Fred Hanft
  179. Mrs. Fred Hanft
  180. Doris Hanft
  181. Mrs. Ruth Harms
  182. Mrs. Ottilie Hartleb
  183. Ingeborg Hartleb
  184. Mr. Fritz Hartwig
  185. Mrs. Fritz Hartwig
  186. Miss Louise Hasenfuss
  187. Mr. Alfred Haupt
  188. Mr. Carl Heck
  189. Miss Marie Hecker
  190. Mr. Willy Heidelberg
  191. Mrs. Willy Heidelberg
  192. Mrs. Maria Hemerich
  193. Mrs. Barbara Heppel
  194. Miss Grctcl Hermann
  195. Mrs. Adele Hermes
  196. Mr. Heinz Hertwig
  197. Mr. August Herz
  198. Mrs. August Herz
  199. Mr. Max Herz
  200. Mrs. Walburga Herz
  201. Mr. Bruno Hiemisch
  202. Mr. Fred Hildisch
  203. Mrs. Fred Hildisch
  204. Mr. Fritz Hirschfeld
  205. Mr. John Hochreiter
  206. Mr. Peter Hoffmann
  207. Mrs. Martha Hofmann
  208. Mrs. Anna Hofmann
  209. Mr. John Holmquist
  210. Mrs. Margarete Hoyt
  211. Else Hoyt
  212. Helen Hoyt
  213. Mr. Otto Hühner
  214. Mr. Friedrich Hutzenlaub
  215. Mr. John Jacober
  216. Mr. Jacob Jacober
  217. Mr. John T. Jacobs
  218. Mr. Andreas Jacobsen
  219. Mrs. Anna Johann
  220. Fraulein Alma Johannssen
  221. Mr. Emil Kaehler
  222. Mrs. Emil Kaehler
  223. Miss Kaehler
  224. Mr. Friedrich Kaercher
  225. Mrs. Ester Kallen
  226. Mrs. Gertrud Kamp
  227. Mr. Edward Karch
  228. Mrs. Edward Karch
  229. Fleonore Karch
  230. Mrs. Emma Kassmann
  231. Karl Kassmann
  232. Erwin Kassmann
  233. Mrs. Louise Kast
  234. Mr. Anton Kastner
  235. Mr. Ernest Kauffmann
  236. Mr. Dionizas Kazakauskas
  237. Mrs. Marie Kempel
  238. Mr. Helmut Kempel
  239. Mr. Peter Kenda
  240. Mrs. Peter Kenda
  241. Mrs. Gisela Kiss
  242. Mr. Abraham Kleinfeld
  243. Mrs. Marie Kleingarn
  244. Mr. Paul Klotz
  245. Mrs. Monika Kluge
  246. Miss Maria Knörle
  247. Mr. Heinrich Koch
  248. Mrs. Mathilde König
  249. Mr. Willi Kofalk
  250. Mr. Adolf Kohlhof
  251. Mr. Otto Kopernik
  252. Mr. Erich Krämer
  253. Mrs. Johanne Krawinkel
  254. Miss Kathryn Krieger
  255. Mr. August Kronseder
  256. Mr. Franz Krug
  257. Mrs. Franz Krug
  258. Mr. Hans Krügel
  259. Mr. Albert Kruse
  260. Mr. Heinrich Kühl
  261. Mr. Hermann Kuhlmey
  262. Miss Wallte Kuhnhausen
  263. Mr. Karl Lange
  264. Mrs. Karl Lange
  265. Mrs. Magda Lauffer
  266. Mr. Heinrich Lebsa
  267. Mr. Heinrich Lederle
  268. Mrs. Heinrich Lederle
  269. Mr. Wilhelm Lenhardt
  270. Mr. J. Lesser
  271. Mr. Charles Liebetrau
  272. Mr. Josef Link
  273. Mrs. Molli Lorber
  274. Lilli Lorber
  275. Mrs. Sofie Lünne
  276. Emma Lünne
  277. Elisabeth Lünne
  278. Mrs. Sofie Luthy
  279. Mr. Fred Lynn
  280. Mrs. Irene Malessa
  281. Gerhard Malessa
  282. Mr. Paul Margenfeld
  283. Mr. J. W. Martin
  284. Mr. Hugo Martins
  285. Mr. Richard Marzinovsky
  286. Mrs. Richard Marzinovsky
  287. Lilian Marzinovsky
  288. Mrs. Minnie Maschino
  289. Gladys Maschino
  290. Mr. Hans Maucher
  291. Mr. Bruno Mauersberger
  292. Mr. Gurt Mauersberger
  293. Mr. Hermann Maurus
  294. Mrs. Hermann Maurus
  295. Walter Maurus
  296. Mr. Max May
  297. Mr. Bruno Mehling
  298. Mrs. Marie Meier
  299. Helene Meier
  300. Mr. Otto Meisel
  301. Mrs. Marie Meitz
  302. Mr. Irvin Mclamed
  303. Miss Laura Miculas
  304. Mrs. Marie Mietzner
  305. Mrs. Laura Mikulas
  306. Mr. Leroy Miller
  307. Miss Luise Milster
  308. Miss Martha Moeller
  309. Mr. Karl Mohr
  310. Mr. Alfred Morgner
  311. Mrs. Alfred Morgner
  312. Mrs. Martha Morhardt
  313. Martha Morhardt
  314. Mr. Walter Morlock
  315. Mr. Albert Müller
  316. Miss Hertha Müller
  317. Mr. August Münzenmaier
  318. Miss Irma Muss
  319. Miss Else Neick
  320. Mr. V. Nemeth
  321. Mrs. Mary Newmann
  322. Miss Meta Niedergesäss
  323. Mrs. Flse Niehaus
  324. Mrs. Mathilde Niilus
  325. Mrs. Adeline Nissl
  326. Miss Josefa Nitsch
  327. Mrs. Marie Northorn
  328. Mrs. Emma Nothnagel
  329. Roland Nothnagel
  330. Mrs. Elise Nussbaum
  331. Rudy Nussbaum
  332. Mrs. Oeffinget
  333. Oeffinger
  334. Mr. Paul Oberdorff
  335. Mr. Martin Olsen
  336. Mr. John Orosz
  337. Mrs. G. R. Orcutt
  338. Jack Orcutt
  339. Mrs. Luise Pahle
  340. Mr. Franz Fannek
  341. Mrs. Fmma Fascwaldt
  342. Mr. Mathias Pelmas
  343. Mr. Albert Peters
  344. Mrs. Hedwig Petersen
  345. Richard Petersen
  346. Mrs. Margot Petrikowsky
  347. Mrs. Florence Petruska
  348. Mrs. Pauline Pfaltz
  349. Mr. Arthur Pfeil
  350. Mrs. Arthur Pfeil
  351. Mrs. Anna Pierro
  352. George Pierro
  353. Mr. John Pilz
  354. Mr. Franz Preis
  355. Miss Frieda Prezinger
  356. Mr. Hermann Puls
  357. Mr. William Quichl
  358. Miss Elisabeth Radke
  359. Mr. Karl Rahl
  360. Mrs. Sophie Rankel
  361. Miss Edna Rankel
  362. Mr. Karl Ratzmer
  363. Mr. J. Reindl
  364. Mrs. Ida Reinig
  365. Mrs. Auguste Richter
  366. Mr. Konrad Richter
  367. Alfred Richter
  368. Miss Helene Richards
  369. Miss Elfriede Rieeken
  370. Mr. Theodor Rigo
  371. Mr. Hermann Rippe
  372. Miss Fmma Rogge
  373. Mr. Justus Rorschach
  374. Mr. John H. Rummell
  375. Mr. Christian Sachau
  376. Mr. Jakob Sattelmaier
  377. Miss Irma Sauter
  378. Mr. Adolf Schäfer
  379. Mr. John Schaller
  380. Mrs. John Schaller
  381. Mrs. Olga Schanidse
  382. Mr. Fred Scheck
  383. Mrs. Fred Scheck
  384. Mr. Rudolf Scheib
  385. Miss Flsa Scheidle
  386. Mr. Arpad Schey
  387. Mr. Edward Schmidt
  388. Mrs. Edward Schmidt
  389. Mr. Viktor Schmidt
  390. Miss Edna Schmidt
  391. Miss Johanna Schmidt
  392. Miss Frieda Schmidt
  393. Miss Elsa Schmidt
  394. Mr. Eugen Schneider
  395. Mr. Robert Schneider
  396. Mrs. Robert Schneider
  397. Mr. William Schönberger
  398. Mrs. William Schönberger
  399. Mr. Charles Schillay
  400. Mrs. Martha Schottl
  401. Raymond Schottl
  402. Mr. Karl Schreiber
  403. Miss Hilde Schreiber
  404. Mr. Viktor Schüler
  405. Mrs. Marie Schüler
  406. Ursula Schüler
  407. Dolores Schüler
  408. Mrs. Ida Schulz
  409. Anneliese Schulz
  410. Mr. Wilhelm Schulz
  411. Mrs. Wilhelm Schulz
  412. Mr. Fritz Schulze
  413. Mr. Heinrich Schünemann
  414. Mr. Julius Seeliger
  415. Mrs. Mary Seiffert
  416. Mr. Philipp Seilmann
  417. Mr. Josef Sevcik
  418. Mrs. Josef Sevcik
  419. Miss Emmy Severin
  420. Mr. August Sicher
  421. Mr. Charles Sievert
  422. Mrs. Charles Sievert
  423. Miss Alma Sievert
  424. Mr. George Skadl
  425. Mrs. George Skadl
  426. Mr. George Skadl Jr.
  427. Mr. Cecil Snodgrass
  428. Mrs. Cecil Snodgrass
  429. Mr. Stefan Sommerfeld
  430. Mr. Ernst Soetje
  431. Mrs. Ernst Soetje
  432. Mr. Helmut Sonntag
  433. Miss Kose Spannbauer
  434. Mr. Karl Stahl
  435. Miss Marie Stahle
  436. Mr. Erich Stampa
  437. Mr. Professor
  438. Morris Steggeda
  439. Mrs. Morris Steggeda
  440. Mr. Franz Stein
  441. Miss Olga Steinbach
  442. Krau Helene Stephan
  443. Ralph Stephan
  444. Mr. Ferdinand Stibi
  445. Miss Fudovica Stohr
  446. Mr. August Stolp
  447. Mrs. August Stolp
  448. Mr. Bernhard Stotz
  449. Mrs. Bernhard Stotz
  450. Mrs. Babette Strauber
  451. Mr. Ernst Sträubig
  452. Mr. Jacob Sundmann
  453. Mr. Wilhelm Taglieber
  454. Mrs. Wilhelm Taglieber
  455. Adelheid Taglieber
  456. Mrs. Elfriede Thiele
  457. Mr. Fritz Thiemeyer
  458. Mr. Josef Thieringer
  459. Mr. Fwald Thönes
  460. Mr. Clemens Thy
  461. Mr. Hans Timm
  462. Mrs. Cecilic Trezdziak
  463. Miss Ruth Twiss
  464. Mrs. Mary Upschulte
  465. Regina Upschulte
  466. Miss Katherine Valleri
  467. Mr. Max Vosseler
  468. Mr. Anton Vostry
  469. Mrs. Emilie Vunchel
  470. Miss Maria Walter
  471. Mr. William Walter
  472. Miss Francis Wattai
  473. Miss Anna Weber
  474. Mr. John Weber
  475. Mr. Stefan Weber
  476. Mrs. Stefan Weber
  477. Mr. Otto Werle
  478. Mr. Heinrich Wessel
  479. Miss Gertrud Westphal
  480. Mr. Anton Wiedemann
  481. Mrs. Emma Wileken
  482. Mr. Max Wimmer
  483. Mrs. Max Wimmer
  484. Mr. Paul Winkelmann
  485. Mr. Paul Wolters
  486. Mr. Robert Worcester
  487. Mr. Josef Wortmann
  488. Mr. Heinrich Wulf
  489. Mr. Georg Würthner
  490. Mrs. Freda Zacharias
  491. Mr. Alois Zacherl
  492. Miss Mariska Zircher
  493. Mrs. Kata Ziroff
  494. Mr. Wm, Zur
  495. Mr. Christian Zwick
  496. Mrs. Christian Zwick
  497. Pnul Zwick
  498. Joseph Zwick
  499. Otto Zwick
  500. Robert Zwick

First Class Passenger Information

Promenade Deck. In order to assure quietness throughout the ship, passengers are respectfully requested not to use the promenade deck for promenading purposes during the hours between 11:00 pm and 7:00 am

Baggage Insurance on Board. Passengers who omitted, prior to the commencement of their passage, to insure their baggage against all or any risks can still do so, at moderate rates of premium and at favourable terms, upon application to the Purser or Baggage Master on board.

New York Mail for Passengers. The New York Office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie has made arrangements that mail addressed to passengers arriving in New York may be obtained at the principal exit on the upper floor of the Pier. This only applies to such letters, etc., that arrive too late to be delivered to passengers on board during their stay at the quarantine station.

Landing Card. On arrival in New York the "Landing Card" attached to your ticket is to be handed to the Immigration Officer for endorsement. First-class passengers will receive the landing cards by the purser during the voyage.

New York Porter Service. Passengers are reminded that the porters on the New York piers are not allowed to ask for gratuities in consideration of the handling of passengers' luggage, they being paid sufficient wages for their services.

If, nevertheless, any porter should demand payment for handling such baggage, passengers are requested to note the number plate on Ins tap and to report him to one of the uniformed policemen on the pier In addition, passengers are earnestly advised to direct their enquiries concerning baggage or passage matters exclusively to persons who, by their uniforms, are plainly seen to be Hapag employees.

Tailing this precaution, they expose themselves to the risk of being taken advantage of by unauthorized persons.

Passengers proceeding to interior Destinations. Wireless advance bookings of Pullman, sleeping .nut parlor car accommodation for the journey from New York to places situated in the interior may be effected on board through the intermediary of the Purser.

Sailing Permits for Non-Americans. Non-Americans (including visitors to the United States who intend a temporary stay only) must obtain, prior to their departure from the United States, a Sailing Permit, which must be produced previous to going on board, when the final passage ticket is examined. Such Sailing Permits are issued at the Custom House, Battery, New York.

Further information will be gladly given by the Hapag office, 39, Broadway, New York.

Use of Gymnasium. The operation of the gymnastic and massage appliances in the Gymnasium on board our vessels, more particularly the switching on and off of the electric current, must be exclusively effected by the oflicials. specially appointed to attend to them.

The Hamburg-American line do not hold themselves liable for any injury or accidents that may happen in connection with the use of the gymnasiums or the appliances that form their equipment.

Children cannot be admitted, unless accompanied by adults.

Use of Baths and Swimming Baths. Passengers using the baths and swimming baths on board our vessels do so entirely at their own risk and at their own responsibility. The Hamburg America Line do not hold themselves in any way liable for any damage, injury or accident that may be caused by such use.

Stateroom Portholes. In order to avoid accidents passengers are requested not to open or close the portholes in their staterooms, but to ask their Room Steward to do so.

Imported Plants and Soil etc. Prohibited. The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, advises under "Notice of Quarantine No. 37," that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category.

Tourist Third Cabin Passenger Information

Prepaids of the Hamburg America Line. Should you wish to have your family, relatives or friends follow you to the United States or Canada, we would recommend you to buy for them a Prepaid ticket over our Line. For this purpose please apply to one of our own offices in the Unites States or Canada, or to any of our agencies in the cities and larger towns of the United States and Canada, which will be glad to furnish any information desired, and issue Prepaid tickets over our Line without additional charge.

In Europe all Prepaid passengers will be taken care of by the Agents of the Hamburg America Line appointed in all larger places. They will endeavor to render every possible assistance to Prepaid passengers in securing the necessary papers and eventually the United States visa.

Money orders. By virtue of her efficient agency-organization extending throughout Europe, the Hamburg America Line accepts in the United States Money Orders for transmission to Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Jugoslavia, Roumania, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. The payments—transmitted by cable or letter—will be effected promptly, and upon request of the remitter either made in United States currency or the currency prevailing in the respective country.

Please apply to any agency of the Hamburg America Line in the United States which will gladly render any desired information as to the convenient and well protective manner of these remittances.

Valuables and money. Valuables or money should not be left in the cabin, but be placed in charge of the Purser in his safe.

No responsibility, however, can be accepted by the Company.

Letters and telegrams. Mail arriving for passengers will be distributed in the office of the Purser.

Letters and postcards written during the voyage may be left at the Purser's Office which on payment of the postage will see that they are forwarded.

Radio telegrams as well as such telegrams intended to be sent through shore telegraph companies are accepted at the Wireless Station.

Physician. Several experienced physicians are attached to the staff of this ship. No charge is made for medical attendance in case of sickness on board; medicines are also provided free of cost. The ship's physicians, however, are allowed to charge the usual fees to travelers who submit themselves to treatment for illness not contracted during the voyage.

Baggage. The baggage room where all large trunks are stored is open daily at certain hours. Passengers are requested to refer all baggage matters during the voyage to the baggage official on duty. Arrangements between passengers and stewards or other members of the crew are not binding on the Company. For hand baggage the Company will assume no responsibility.

Passengers are reminded that the porters on the New York piers are not allowed to ask for gratuities in consideration of the handling of passenger's baggage, they being paid sufficient wages for their services. If, nevertheless, any porter should demand payment for handling such baggage, passengers are requested to note the number plate on his cap and to report him to one of the uniformed policemen on the pier.

Steamer chairs and rugs. Upon application to the deck stewards, steamer chairs and rugs, can be rented during the voyage, at a charge of $1.— each. Places for steamer chairs are assigned by the deck steward.

Meals:

  • Breakfast at 8:00 am
  • Lunch at 12:30 pm.
  • Dinner at 6:30 pm

As well as: Bouillon and Sandwiches at 11:00 am

Coffee and Cake at 3:00 pm

Sandwiches at 9:30 pm

Smoking room. The smoking room is open early in the morning until midnight. Smoking is prohibited in the social rooms and the staterooms as well as in the passageways below deck.

Hot and cold baths. A number of comfortable public bathrooms are provided on board. The room steward or stewardess will attend to the bath upon the passenger's request.

Passengers using the baths on board our vessels do so entirely at their own risk and at their own responsibility. The Hamburg America Line do not hold themselves in any way liable for any damage, injury or accident that may be caused by such use.

Stateroom Portholes. In order to avoid accidents passengers are requested not to open or close the portholes in their staterooms, but to ask their Room-Steward to do so.

Library. The books in the library may be obtained upon application to the library steward, and are at the disposal of passengers free of charge. A list of such books is kept by the library steward. Passengers are requested not to leave books lying on deck or the social rooms.

Music. The orchestra plays daily for 1 hour in the afternoon, and also for 2 hours in the evening either for concert or dancing.

Amusements. A number of games such as Shuffle Board, Dominoes, Chess, Quoits, etc., are at the disposal of passengers. Moving pictures are shown several times during the trip.

Barber. The barber is authorized to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company. The price list will be found in the barber shop.

Attendance. Passengers are requested to bring any complaints to the notice of the Chief Steward, and, if the complaint is not promptly investigated, to apply to the Purser.

Imported Plants and Soil etc. Prohibited. The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, advises under "Notice of Quarantine No. 37," that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category.

Third Class Passenger Information

PREPAIDS ISSUED BY THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. Should you wish to have your family, relatives or friends follow you to the United States or Canada, we would recommend you to buy for them a Prepaid ticket over our Line.

For this purpose please apply to one of our own offices in the United States or Canada or to any of our agencics in the cities and larger towns of the United States and Canada, which will be glad to furnish any Information desired, and issue Prepaid tickets over our Line without additional charge.

In Europe all Prepaid passengers will be taken care of by the Agents of the Hamburg America Line appointed in all towns of any importance. They will endeavor to render every possible assistance to Prepaid passengers in securing the neecssary papers and the United States visa, if required.

SAILING PERMITS FOR NON-AMERICANS. Non-Americans (including visitors to the United States who intend a temporary stay only) must obtain, prior to their departure from the United States, a Sailing Permit, which must be produced previous to going on board, when the final passage ticket is examined. Such Sailing Pcrmits are issued at the Custom House, Battery, New York.

Further Information will be gladly given by the Hapag office, 39, Broadway, New York.

MONEY ORDERS. By virtue of her efficient agency-organization extending throughout Europe, the Hamburg America Line accepts in the United States Money Orders for transmission to Germany, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia, Jugoslavia, Roumania, Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Latvia, and Esthonia.

The payments-transmitted by cable or letter-will be effected promptly, and will—upon request of the remitter—be made in United States currency or that of the country concerned.

Please apply to any agency of the Hamburg America Line in the United States which will gladly render any desired information concerning this convenient and safe way of remitting money.

VALUABLES OR MONEY. Valuables or money should not be left in the cabin, but be placed in charge of the Purser in his safe. No responsibility, however, can be accepted by the Company.

LETTERS AND TELEGRAMS. Mail arriving for passengers will be distributed in the office of the Purser.

Letters and postcards written during the voyage may be left at the Pursers Office which, on payment of the postage, will see that they are forwarded.

Radio telegrams as well as such telegrams intended to be sent through shore telegraph companies are accepted at the Wireless Station on the A-Deck.

PHYSICIAN. An experienced physician is attached to the staff of this steamer. No charge is made for medical attendance in case of sickness on board; medicines are also provided free of cost. The ship's physician, however, is allowed to charge the usual fees to travelers who submit themselves to treatment for illness not contracted during the voyage.

BAGGAGE. The baggage room where all large trunks are stored will be open daily at certain hours. Passengers are requested to refer all baggage matters during the voyage to the baggage official on duty. Arrangements between passengers and stewards or other members of the crew are not binding on the Company. For hand baggage the Company will assume no responsibility.

Passengers are reminded that the porters on the New York piers are not allowed to ask for gratuities in consideration of the handling of passengers' baggage, they being paid sufficient wages for their services. If., nevertheless, any porter should demand payment for handling such baggage, passengers are requested to note the number plate on his cap and to report him to one of the uniformed policemen on the pier.

STEAMER CHAIRS AND RUGS. Upon application to the deck stewards, steamer chairs and rugs can be rented during the voyage, at a charge of $1.— each. Places for steamer chairs are assigned by the deck steward.

MEALS:

  • Breakfast at 8:00 am
  • Lunch at 12 noon.
  • Supper at 6:00 pm

Also: Coffee and Cake at 3:00 pm and Sandwiches at 9:30 pm

SMOKING ROOM. The smoking room is open from early morning until 12 midnight. Smoking is prohibited in the social rooms and the staterooms as well as in the passageways below deck.

HOT AND COLD BATHS. The bathrooms on board may be used by the passengers for hot or cold baths at any time of the day; for their use please apply to the bathroom steward or stewardess. Passengers using the baths on board our vessels do so entirely at their own risk and at their own responsibility.

The Hamburg America Line do not hold themselves in any way liable for any damage, injury or accident that may be caused by such use.

STATEROOM PORTHOLES. In order to avoid accidents, passengers are requested not to open or close the portholes in their staterooms, but to ask their Room Steward to do so.

LIBRARY. The books in the library may be obtained upon application to the library steward, and are at the disposal of passengers free of charge. A list of such books is kept by the library steward. Passengers are requested not to leave books lying on deck or in the social rooms.

MUSIC. The orchestra plays daily for I hour either in the forenoon or in the afternoon, and also for 2 hours in the evening either for concert or dancing.

AMUSEMENTS. Requisites for games such as Shuffle Board, Dominoes, Chess, Quoits, etc., are at the disposal of passengers.

Moving pictures are shown several times during the trip.

BARBER. The barber is authorized to charge for his services according to the tariff fixed by the Company. The price list will be found in the barber's shop.

ATTENDANCE. Passengers are requested to bring any complaints to the notice of the Chief Steward, and, if the complaint is not promptly in vestigated, to apply to the Purser or to the Captain.

IMPORTED PLANTS AND SOIL ETC. PROHIBITED. The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, advises under "Notice of Quarantine No. 37," that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category.

Photographs of the SS Deutschland

Scenes of the Tourist Third Cabin on the SS Deutschland

Scenes of the Tourist Third Cabin on the SS Deutschland

Scenes of the Third Class on the SS Deutschland

Scenes of the Third Class on the SS Deutschland

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