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SS New York Passenger List - 8 October 1931

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Cabin Passenger List from the SS New York of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 8 October 1931 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain Graalfs.

Hamburg-American Line
SS New York
Captain Graalfs
From Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg
Thursday, 8 October 1931

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain Graalfs
  • First Officer: Karl Steincke
  • Second Officer: Johannes Heins
  • Second Officer: Hans Westphal
  • Second Officer: Werner Witt
  • Third Officer: Hans Mickeleit
  • Fourth Officer: Henry Moritzen
  • Fourth Officer: Fritz Nolte
  • First Radio Officer: Heinrich Stoldt
  • Second Radio Officer: Alfred Küster
  • Third Radio Officer: Georg Siegel
  • Fourth Radio Officer: Walter Scholtzhauer
  • Chief Engineer: William Mitchell
  • Second Engineer: Theodor Vanselow
  • Second Engineer: Erich Schneider
  • Third Engineer: Lorenz Momsen
  • Third Engineer: Paul Ahlswede
  • Third Engineer: Max Stoltenberg
  • Third Engineer: Wilhelm Schlichting
  • Third Engineer: Fritz Meyer
  • Fourth Engineer: Willy Petry
  • Fourth Engineer: Arnold Scheel
  • Fourth Engineer: Wilhelm Lüdeking
  • Fourth Engineer: Walter Furthmann
  • First Electrician: Albert Bublitz
  • Second Electrician: Karl Lütgens
  • Projectionist: Herbert Traugott
  • Physician: Dr. Franz Metzler
  • Trained Nurse: Maria Duregger
  • Purser: Otto Höfel
  • Second Purser: Franz Smeikal
  • Assistant Purser: Harro Möller
  • Assistant Purser: Hans Bode
  • Assistant Purser: Willy Klein
  • Baggage Master: Walter Henke
  • Chief Steward, First Class: Franz Schoenewald
  • Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: Paul Baum
  • Assistant Chief Steward, First Class: Gustav Mewes
  • Assistant Chief Steward and Grill Room Chef: TONY
  • Chief Steward, Second Class and Tourist Class: August Martiensen
  • Assistant Chief Steward, Second Class and Tourist Class: Alfred Hofmann
  • Chief Steward, Third Class: Peter Bremer
  • Assistant Chief Steward, Third Class: Ernst Wiese
  • Head Cook: Karl Schneider
  • Band Leader: Harald Reimers
  • Choir Director: August Kaminsky

First Cabin Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Konsul Cato N. B. Aall
  2. Miss Signe Aall
  3. Mr. George Acheson
  4. Trau George Acheson
  5. Mr. Generalkonsul Hermann Ahlswede
  6. Mrs. Hermann Ahlswede
  7. Mr. Walton J. Aims
  8. Mrs. Walter J. Aims
  9. Mr. Direktor Karl Altenburg
  10. Mr. George Ash
  11. Mr. Maurice Ash
  12. Mr. John W. Barr
  13. Mr. Albrecht Berblinger
  14. Mrs. Kathryn R. Blum
  15. Mr. Franz Böker
  16. Mr. Walter Bosker
  17. Mrs. Margarete Both
  18. Mr. Walther Bransen-Manski
  19. Mrs. Walther Bransen-Manski
  20. Inge Bransen-Manski
  21. Miss Isabel Burgheim
  22. Mrs. Erna Cooper
  23. Mrs. Clara Darnbacher
  24. Mr. A. C. Dodge
  25. Mrs. A. C. Dodge
  26. Mr. Julius A. Doering
  27. Mrs. Stephanie Doerken
  28. Mr. Herman Dover
  29. Mrs. Herman Dover
  30. Mr. William Dreyfus
  31. Mr. John Drohojowski
  32. Mrs. John Drohojowski
  33. Mr. Chas R. Dundore
  34. Mrs. Chas R. Dundore
  35. Mr. Dr. Hugo Eckener
  36. Mr. Clyde Ellwood
  37. Mrs. Clyde Ellwood
  38. Miss Erna Elson
  39. Mrs. Hedwig M. Engel
  40. Mr. Oberregisseur Dr. Otto Erhardt
  41. Mr. Janon Fisher
  42. Mr. Wm. Dewey Foster
  43. Mr. Leon Friedman
  44. Miss Alida M. Galland
  45. Mr. David C. Goodman
  46. Mrs. David C. Goodman
  47. Mrs. Victor Greenbaum
  48. Mr. Ernest A. Grunsfeld
  49. Mr. William Haase
  50. Mr. Dr. Hugo Habig
  51. Mr. Solomon Harris
  52. Mrs. Solomon Harris
  53. Mr. Jacob Harris
  54. Miss Carrie Hart
  55. Mr. T, Pearson Henderson
  56. Mrs. T. Pearson Henderson
  57. Miss Mabel Hewitt
  58. Mr. Adolph Hill
  59. Mrs. Thomas Clement Hill
  60. Miss Kathenne M. Hill
  61. Mr. William A. Hillenbrand
  62. Mrs. William A. Hillenbrand
  63. Mr. Hitchcock
  64. Mr. Arnold J. Hutter
  65. Mr. Carl Isenberg
  66. Mrs. Carl Isenberg
  67. Mr. Herm. Frederick Jacobs
  68. Mrs. Herm. Frederick Jacobs
  69. Mr. George N. Jeppson
  70. Mrs. George N. Jeppson
  71. Mr. Antonie Kaftal
  72. Mr. Emil Kamp
  73. Mrs. Else Kerschbaum
  74. Mrs. Alfred S. Koch
  75. Miss Margaret V. Koch
  76. Mr. Paul Koehler
  77. Mrs. Paul Koehler
  78. Mr. Kurt Koehler
  79. Mrs. Annie Kline
  80. Mr. Dr. Hubert Krauts
  81. Mrs. Anna E. Kreimer
  82. Mrs. Bertha Kreissl
  83. Mr. Direktor Otto Krug
  84. Mr. Paul Max Kuehnrich
  85. Mrs. Wm. T. Kuhns
  86. Mrs. Margarete Kühdinger
  87. Mr. Richard Lenck
  88. Mr. Samuel Levi
  89. Mrs. Sara Levy
  90. Mr. Israel Lidz
  91. Mrs. Israel Lidz
  92. Miss A. Liebenthal
  93. Mr. Dr. Karl Lilienfeld
  94. Mrs. Karl Lilienfeld
  95. Mr. Otto Linnert
  96. Mrs. Otto Linnert
  97. Mrs. Alma Loose
  98. Mr. Willy Luckmann
  99. Mrs. Maria Meader
  100. Miss Marianne Meader
  101. Mrs. G. D. Martens
  102. Mr. Dr. Marx
  103. Mrs. Marx
  104. Mrs. Catherine L. May
  105. Mr. Adolf Maver
  106. Mr. David Mayer
  107. Mrs. David Mayer
  108. Mr. Frederick C. Mayer
  109. Mr. Lewis A. Meyers Jr.
  110. Mrs. Lewis A. Meyers Jr.
  111. Mr. George J. Miltenberger
  112. Mrs. George J. Miltenberger
  113. Mrs. Dora Moeller
  114. Mr. Hans Müller
  115. Mr. Karl Much
  116. Mr. Lucien Nachmann
  117. Miss Rose Norris
  118. Mrs. Bertha Obermeyer
  119. Mr. Cartter Patten Jr.
  120. Mrs. Cartter Patten
  121. Mrs. Percy Pennybacker
  122. Mrs. Percy Pennybacker Jr.
  123. Mr. Generalmusikdirektor Egon Pollak
  124. Mr. John A. Pulvermann
  125. Mrs. John A. Pulvermann
  126. Mr. John A. Pulvermann Jr.
  127. Mr. William Radtke
  128. Mrs. William Radtke
  129. Mrs. Frida Salzman
  130. Mr. Lou Scharf
  131. Mr. J. H. Scheuer
  132. Mrs. J. H. Scheuer
  133. Mr. Arnold Schleifer
  134. Mrs. Arnold Schleifer
  135. Mrs. Hermine Schleifer
  136. Mrs. Alice Schladitz
  137. Mrs. Edward A. Schmidt
  138. Mrs. Margaret Sehnare
  139. Margaret Elisabeth Schnare
  140. Mrs. Emily R. Schneider
  141. Miss Luise Schneider
  142. Mr. David Schoenfeld
  143. Mr. Gustav Schützendorf
  144. Mrs. Gustav Schützendorf
  145. Mrs. Elsa von Schwanenflügel
  146. Miss Adele von Schwanenflügel
  147. Mr. Samuel Schwarzschild
  148. Mrs. Samuel Schwarzschild
  149. Miss Leta Serpell
  150. Mrs. C. Sidenberg
  151. Mr. Dr. Carl Friedrich von Siemens
  152. Mrs. Carl Friedrich von Siemens
  153. Mrs. Bertram W. Sippy
  154. Mr. Hans Springer
  155. Mrs. Hans Springer
  156. Mr. George Steinweg
  157. Mrs. George Steinweg
  158. Mr. Philip C. Stone
  159. Mrs. Elisabeth C. Taft
  160. Lucie C. Taft
  161. Henry W. Taft
  162. Mr. Direktor Ernst Teischinger
  163. Mr. Professor Dr. Georg Tischler
  164. Mrs. Georg Tischler
  165. Mrs. Mary D. Vittum
  166. Mr. Robert Wachenheim
  167. Mrs. Robert Wachenheim
  168. Mrs. E. Wagner
  169. Mrs. J. L. Walker
  170. Mr. Alexander Waller
  171. Mrs. Alexander Waller
  172. Mrs. Nellie H. Weckman
  173. Miss Bertha Wittenhagen
  174. Mr. Dr. Wolf-Dietrich von Witzleben
  175. Mrs. Grete Wolff
  176. Miss Hanny Wolff

Additional New York Passengers

  1. Mr. Walter Boeker
  2. Mr. Dr. Ferdinand Busse
  3. Mr. Geheimrat Dr. Wilhelm Cuno
  4. Mrs. Martha Cuno
  5. Mr. Oberregisseur Dr. Martin Erhardt-Ehrenhaus
  6. Miss Mary I. Elliot
  7. Mrs. Rosine Fleckenstein
  8. Mrs. Sallie H. Gill
  9. Mrs. Hazel Hoadley
  10. Mr. Dr. Paul Leverkuehn
  11. Mrs. Josephine Ott
  12. Mr. Elim O'Shaughnessy
  13. Mrs. Elizabeth Travers
  14. Miss Rose Zwirlein

Not On Board

  1. Mr. Walter Bosker
  2. Mrs. Frieda Salzman
  3. Mr. Oberregisseur Dr. Otto Erhardt

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Mr. Francis E. Brocard
  2. Mrs. Francis E. Brocard
  3. Mr. E. N. Cooper
  4. Mrs. E. N. Cooper
  5. Miss Cooper
  6. Mr. Bernhard Horwich
  7. Miss Mary MacCrindle Parry
  8. Mrs. Dorothea Minkin
  9. Jutta Minkin
  10. Mr. Carl H. Newmann
  11. Mrs. Flora Sachs
  12. Mr. Dr. Waldemar Schornstein
  13. Mrs. Stadthagen
  14. Mrs. Margarete Stamm
  15. Mrs. Georg Stephan
  16. Miss Susette Jane Warburg

Second Cabin Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Edward Albiez
  2. Mrs. Edward Albiez
  3. Mr. Fred Brodin
  4. Mr. William Buchhold
  5. Mr. Harry Byers
  6. Mrs. Harry Byers
  7. Mr. Wassili Dennisow
  8. Mr. Daniel Enoch
  9. Mrs. Daniel Enoch
  10. Mrs. Hertha Fleischer
  11. Mrs. Franziska Heller
  12. Mr. Ernst Kittelberger
  13. Mrs. Ernst Kittelberger
  14. Mr. Alfred Kliegl
  15. Mr. Hans Lehner
  16. Mr. Walter Meyer
  17. Mr. Charles Mommsen
  18. Mrs. Charles Mommsen
  19. Mrs. Anna Oswald
  20. Mr. Richard Reim
  21. Mr. Emil Sigmund
  22. Mrs. Emil Sigmund
  23. Mr. Carl Thal
  24. Mr. Bernhard Verstandig
  25. Mrs. Bernhard Verstandig
  26. Mrs. Maria Wallace
  27. Mr. John Waters
  28. Mrs. John Waters
  29. Katherine Waters
  30. Mr. Frank Weyher
  31. Miss Daisy Weyher
  32. Mr. Dr. Rüssel F. Weyher
  33. Mrs. Elise Wickersheim
  34. Miss Anna Winterscheidt

Additional Passengers to New York

  1. Mrs. Hannah Etra
  2. Mr. Aaron Travitzky

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Miss Mollie Coats
  2. Miss Katharine Diarmid
  3. Mr. Richard Hoeber
  4. Miss Ilse Leser
  5. Mr. Karl Moeller
  6. Miss Sheila Stodart

Passenger Information

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' 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. 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 Ilapag employees. Failing 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 and 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 Ilapag office, 39, Broadway, New York.

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.

Advance Reservations of Automobiles. The Hamburg-American Line has made arrangements with the Pennsylvania Cadillac Motor Service, New York, whereby private limousines may be ordered by wireless to our New York piers for arrival of our ships. Information as to rates and all other details are obtainable at the Tourist Department of the Hamburg-American Line on board.

TOURIST DEPARTMENT OF THE HAMBURG-AMERIKA LINIE
On the B-Deck of the SS NEW YORK

an Office of the Tourist Department has been established. This Office furnishes information to passengers concerning the sailings of the steamers, the railway services from port of arrival to the interior, the air service and all other arrangements of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie. It also provides information with regard to customhouse and passport arrangements and other matters which are of importance to travelers. At the Office tickets are issued for railroads and steamers to all parts of the world.

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