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SS New York Passenger List - 3 November 1938

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Cabin, Tourist, and Third Class Passenger List from the SS New York of the Hamburg-American Line, Departing 3 November 1938 from Hamburg to New York via Southampton, Cherbourg, and Cobh, Commanded by Captain B. Majewski.

Hamburg-American Line
SS New York
Captain B. Majewski
From Hamburg to New York via Southampton, Cherbourg, and Cobh
DayOfWeek, 3 November 1938

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain B. Majewski
  • Chief Engineer: W. Pabst
  • First Radio Officer: P. Steinwerder
  • Physician: Dr. J. Hofherr
  • Trained Nurse: Gertrud Vogel
  • First Purser: O. Höfel
  • Second Purser: J. Vincenti
  • Second Purser: W. Gratzke
  • Baggage Master: O. Schmidt
  • Chief Steward, Cabin Class: A. Klein
  • Grill Room Chef: K. Windhagen
  • Chief Steward, Tourist Class: A. Schilling
  • Chief Steward, Third Class: C. Trantofski
  • Chief Cook: M. Wolf
  • Orchestra Leader: Jack Alban

Cabin Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Direktor Christian Fr. Ahrenkiel
  2. Mr. Rudolf Asbrand
  3. Mr. Dr. Peter P. von Bauer
  4. Mrs. Mary Leonore Begg
  5. Mr. Jamil Bey Beytroum
  6. Mr. Dr. Max Birkhäuser
  7. Mrs. Max Birkhäuser
  8. Ursula Birkhäuser
  9. Rose Marie Birkhäuser
  10. Mr. Rudolph Böhm
  11. Mr. Dr. Victor von Borosini
  12. Baronin von Borosini
  13. Mrs. Marianne Brinckman
  14. Mrs. Charles Bromwell
  15. Mr. Dr. Wilhelm Carle
  16. Mr. George Coorssen
  17. Mrs. George Coorssen
  18. Mr. Euscbio del Cueto Sanchez
  19. Mr. Arthur S. Denning
  20. Mr. Eberhard Diestel
  21. Mrs. A. Elizabeth Eichmann-Stultenhoff
  22. Mrs. Lucie Engelhardt
  23. Mr. Hermann B. Frese
  24. Mr. Geheimrat Dr. Alexander Fuehr
  25. Mr. Dr. Richard Grau
  26. Mrs. Richard Grau
  27. Mr. Amil el Ghory
  28. Mr. Louis Greenspon
  29. Mrs. Louis Greenspon
  30. Miss Ann Greenspon
  31. Miss Florence Greenspon
  32. Mr. George S. Hamilton
  33. Mr. Wellington Burt Kay
  34. Mr. Hubert Hey
  35. Mr. John G. Hollman
  36. Mrs. Erna Horwitz
  37. Miss Margot Horwitz
  38. Mr. Ernst Ludwig Klein
  39. Mrs. Ernst Ludwig Klein
  40. Mrs. Eleanor Kohlstedt
  41. Mr. Gustav Langmaak
  42. Mr. Günter Heinz Lewinsohn
  43. Mrs. Maria Meader
  44. Miss Liselotte Mohl
  45. Mr. Max Nordschild
  46. Mrs. Max Nordschild
  47. Mr. William Riccken
  48. Miss Adele Reeder
  49. Mr. Dr. Fritz Rosenberg
  50. Mrs. Fritz Rosenberg
  51. Miss Thea Rosenberg
  52. Mrs. Rosa Schiffmann
  53. Mrs. Maria Ida Schlatter
  54. Mr. Fred W. Schroeder
  55. Mrs. G. B. Shelley
  56. Mr. Dr. Wilhelm Silberstern
  57. Mrs. Wilhelm Silberstern
  58. Mr. Dr. Paul Sommer
  59. Mrs. Paul Sommer
  60. Ulla Sommer
  61. Mr. Otto E. Strobel
  62. Mrs. Otto E. Strobel
  63. Mr. W. B. Suhr
  64. Mr. Theodor Süss
  65. Mrs. Theodor Süss
  66. Mr. Albert Tietjen
  67. Mr. Carl Timmerberg
  68. Mrs. Carl Timmerberg
  69. Mr. Günther Tonn
  70. Mrs. Günther Tonn
  71. Mr. Ernst Wolff

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Mrs. Amanda Baake
  2. Miss Alice Lotte Baake
  3. Mr. Alfred C. L. Davis
  4. Mr. Friedrich Delfs
  5. Mr. Friedrich Gensen
  6. Mrs. Friedrich Gensen
  7. Mr. Alfred Helms
  8. Mr. T. Nakamura
  9. Mr. Lvnde Seiden
  10. Mrs. Lynde Seiden
  11. Miss Joan Seiden
  12. Mr. John Wainwright
  13. Mr. Jacob Warman
  14. Mrs. Jacob Warrnan
  15. Mr. Dr. Mainz Wassermann

Tourist Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Heinrich Bartels
  2. Mrs. Bertha Bauder
  3. Mrs. Helen Behrens
  4. Mr. M. Berger
  5. Mrs. M. Berger
  6. Miss Katharme Bergmann
  7. Miss Jcanne A. Bertani
  8. Miss Luise Bethmann
  9. Mr. Max Bock
  10. Mrs. Max Bock
  11. Mrs. Hermine Buhler
  12. Mr. Alfred de Chapeaurouge
  13. Mrs. Alfred de Chapeaurouge
  14. Mrs. Frieda Christensen
  15. Mr. Charles Cohen
  16. Mr. Major Herbert Graf v. Einsiedel
  17. Miss Martha Friedemann
  18. Mr. Joseph Furtner
  19. Mrs. Ethel Gates
  20. Mrs. Sabine Geldzähler
  21. Miss Maria Haecker
  22. Miss Ilse Hahn
  23. Mrs. Gertrud Hansen
  24. Mr. Heinrich Harmelm
  25. Mrs. Katbar ine Hasemann
  26. Mr. Albert K. Heilmann
  27. Mr. Hans Joachim Heine
  28. Mrs. Hilda Heriot
  29. Mr. Eugen Hirsch
  30. Mrs. Eugen Hirsch
  31. Miss Mathilde Janke
  32. Mrs. Agnes Johann
  33. Miss Elisabeth Johann
  34. Mr. John H. Johansen
  35. Mrs. John H. Johansen
  36. Rev. B. G. Johnson
  37. Mrs. G. B. Johnson
  38. Mr. Friedrich Joutz
  39. Mr. Hans Kahn
  40. Mr. Henry Karges
  41. Miss Hilde Kauffmann
  42. Mr. Gottlieb Keim
  43. Miss Dorothea Kirchberg
  44. Mrs. Charlotte Klahnfuss
  45. Maria Louise Klahnfuss
  46. Miss Charlotte Koch
  47. Mr. Adam Köhler
  48. Mr. Hugo Kummer
  49. Mrs. Hugo Kummer
  50. Mr. Justin Kurzmann
  51. Mrs. Minna Lange
  52. Miss Ruth Leonhardt
  53. Mr. Heinrich Lichtenstein
  54. Mrs. Heinrich Lichtenstein
  55. Miss E. V. Lindley
  56. Miss Rita Loewinsohn
  57. Mrs. Elisabeth Lukacs
  58. Mrs. Albertine Mante
  59. Mrs. Louise G. Merrill
  60. Miss Bertha Mertens
  61. Mr. Philip Metz
  62. Miss Bettina Meyerhof
  63. Miss Erna Michel
  64. Mrs. Julianne Michel
  65. Mr. Karl C. Mosig
  66. Mrs. Karl C, Mosig
  67. Mr. Wm, Mosig
  68. Mrs. Paula Nietzsche
  69. Mr. Paul R. Parvy
  70. Mrs. Paul R. Parvy
  71. Mr. Dr. Fritz Flinke
  72. Mrs. William Probst
  73. Miss Elsie Probst
  74. Mrs. Elfriede Renz
  75. Mr. Julius Rosenbaum
  76. Mrs. Julius Rosenbaum
  77. Mr. Egon Rosenbaum
  78. Mr. Hermann Reizfeld
  79. Mrs. Hennann Reizfeld
  80. Mr. Adolf Reizfeid
  81. Robert Reizfeld
  82. Mrs. Henne Reizfeld
  83. Mrs. Elsa Ringert
  84. Mr. Arthur Salomon
  85. Mrs. Arthur Salomon
  86. Miss Louise Sattler
  87. Mr. Hans Schmidt
  88. Mr. Karl Schneider
  89. Mrs. Martha Schrom
  90. Miss Martha C. Schrom
  91. Mr. Hans Schwarz
  92. Miss Helene Seidler
  93. Mrs. R. F. Short
  94. Mr. Cletus Sieber
  95. Mr. Howard Slack
  96. Mr. John Spooner
  97. Mrs. John Spooner
  98. Miss Edith Spooner
  99. Mrs. Rena Spotswood
  100. Mrs. Paula Stern
  101. Mrs. Lore Titelius
  102. Mr. Adolf Trum
  103. Mrs. Adolf Trum
  104. Miss Rose Voigt
  105. Miss Helen Watkins
  106. Mrs. Annette Weidner
  107. Mr. Paul Weiss
  108. Mrs. Paul Weiss
  109. Gertrud Weiss
  110. Mr. Leopold Wetzstein
  111. Mrs. Leopold Wetzstein
  112. Miss Margot Wetzstein
  113. Miss Anna M. Witte
  114. Miss Ingrid Zimmermann

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Mr. Hanspeter Bellson
  2. Mr. John Chapman
  3. Mrs. Lily Dudman
  4. Mr. Harry K. Dudman
  5. Miss Ursula Eitel
  6. Mr. Martin Goldschmidt
  7. Mrs. Martin Goldschmidt
  8. Carl Otto Goldschmidt
  9. Miss Marguerite A. Hanlon
  10. Mr. Heinz Kammeyer
  11. Mr. Gerhard Köser
  12. Mr. Alfred Loewenstein
  13. Mrs. Alfred Loewenstein
  14. Fritz Loewenstein
  15. Mr. John Parker
  16. Mr. William Pearcy
  17. Mrs. William Pearcy
  18. Mr. Dr. Kurt Sehalseha
  19. Mr. Heinz Schulz
  20. Miss Herta Schulz
  21. Mr. Dr. Hans Utermann
  22. Mr. Dr. Kurt Utermann
  23. Mr. Edmund H. Walker
  24. Mrs. Edmund H. Walker
  25. Miss Eleonore Weigert
  26. Miss Maria Zimmermann

To CHERBOURG

  1. Miss Nanny Mundhenke

Third Class Passengers

To NEW YORK

  1. Mr. Josef Achatz
  2. Mrs. Elisabeth Acs
  3. Mr. William Albert
  4. Mr. Louis Alexander
  5. Miss Agnes Bachmeier
  6. Mr. George Balaj
  7. Mr. August Bange
  8. Mrs. August Bange
  9. Mrs. Anna Bäuerlein
  10. Gerhard Bäuerlein
  11. Mr. Felix Becker
  12. Mr. Harry Behr
  13. Mrs. Ottilie Beierl
  14. Mr. Isidor Brandweiner
  15. Mrs. Isidor Brandweiner
  16. Mrs. Anna Braren
  17. Mrs. Emilie Brodowski
  18. Mrs. Metta Bussmann
  19. Mr. George Chieran
  20. Miss Anna Cresing
  21. Miss Anneliese Dannat
  22. Mrs. Christina Denninger
  23. Mrs. Elizabeth Diegmann
  24. Ronald Diegmann
  25. Frank Diegmann
  26. Mr. Isaak Doktor-Rosenhauch
  27. Mrs. Isaak Doktor-Rosenhauch
  28. Miss Jetti Doktor-Rosenhauch
  29. Mrs. Anna Dorr
  30. Miss Mosta Dyemonaite
  31. Mrs. Gertrud Epple
  32. Sigrid Epple
  33. Mr. Lothar Erlanger
  34. Mrs. Lothar Erlanger
  35. Miss Hannelore Erlanger
  36. Marga Erlanger
  37. Fritz Egon Erlanger
  38. Ellen Erlanger
  39. Mr. John Erzer
  40. Mr. Wilhelm Feige
  41. Mr. John Fesefeldt
  42. Mrs. Elli Fey
  43. Mr. Hans Frank
  44. Mr. Hinrich Friedrichseil
  45. Mr. Jacob Friszling
  46. Mr. Hermann Froebel
  47. Mr. Oscar Fulda
  48. Mrs. Emilie Gensthaler
  49. Mr. Arthur Goinbossy
  50. Miss Therese Gunther
  51. Mr. Isaak Gut freund
  52. Mr. Johann Gutsmiedl
  53. Mrs. Johann Gutsmiedl
  54. Miss Emmy Haceker
  55. Miss Marga Haepp
  56. Mrs. Helene Harnlisch
  57. Louise Hamlisch
  58. Joseph Hamlisch
  59. Mr. Frederick Hansen
  60. Mrs. Frederick Hansen
  61. Mr. Julius Hansen
  62. Mrs. Julius Hansen
  63. Miss Franziska Harlfinger
  64. Mrs. Emma Hauser
  65. Mrs. Rosa Hauser
  66. Mr. Heinrich Hausmann
  67. Mrs. Heinrich Hausmann
  68. Mr. Arthur Hausmann
  69. Mr. Wilhelm Helbig
  70. Mrs. Wilhelm Heibig
  71. Edith Heibig
  72. Mrs. Louise Herz
  73. Miss Ruth Herz
  74. Elsie Herz
  75. Mr. Philipp Hintz
  76. Mrs. Anna Hirschfelder
  77. Mrs. Betty Hirsch
  78. Max Hirsch
  79. Marianne Hirsch
  80. Miss Mathilde Hormann
  81. Mrs. Mary Anny Hummel
  82. Mr. Kurt Jacobowitz
  83. Miss Martha Jahn
  84. Mr. Reinhard Jessen
  85. Mrs. Reinhard Jessen
  86. Mrs. Gertrud Jungelaus
  87. Peggy Jungclaus
  88. Mr. Chaim Kaminesky
  89. Mr. Walter Kauf
  90. Mrs. Cäcilie Ketels
  91. Mrs. Elisabeth Kirchner
  92. Mrs. Johanna Koenemann
  93. Mr. Ludwig Kohlndorfer
  94. Mrs. Ludwig Kohlndorfer
  95. Clara Kohlndorfer
  96. Mrs. Maria Kottier
  97. Mr. Gustav Krause
  98. Mr. Friedrich Kschadow
  99. Mrs. Berthilde Kunzmann
  100. Mr. Josef Labuda
  101. Mr. Lajos Lang
  102. Mr. Theodor Lang
  103. Mrs. Theodor Lang
  104. Miss Signc Lilja
  105. Mr. Bruno Lindner
  106. Mrs. Bruno Lindner
  107. Mrs. Marie Lippmann
  108. Mr. Paul Lippus
  109. Miss Rosel Loew
  110. Mr. D. Lynch
  111. Mrs. Anna Machtan
  112. Mr. Harry L. Martin
  113. Miss Maria Matzen
  114. Mr. Max Merkel
  115. Mrs. Max Merkel
  116. Mr. Ernst Meyer
  117. Mrs. Margaret Meyer zu Hartlage
  118. Mrs. Susanna Moll
  119. Mr. Wilhelm Müller
  120. Mr. Otto Naumann
  121. Mr. Ottokar Nezold
  122. Mr. August Nicolaysen
  123. Mrs. August Nicolaysen
  124. Mr. Hermann Ohmann
  125. Miss Dora Paethe
  126. Mrs. Louise Patino
  127. Mr. Hermann Peters
  128. Mrs. Hermann Peters
  129. Miss Hilda Peters
  130. Mrs. Paula Peters
  131. Mr. Wilhelm Pönitzsch
  132. Mrs. Hilde Quant
  133. Miss Florence Radant
  134. Mr. Karl Rademacher
  135. Miss Rosa Rascher
  136. Mr. Emil Reiher
  137. Mr. Joseph Retus
  138. Mr. Paul Ring
  139. Mrs. Paul Ring
  140. Miss Margot Rispler
  141. Hubert Rispler
  142. Helga Rispler
  143. Mr. Franz Ritz
  144. Mr. Harry Rosner
  145. Mr. Josef Roth
  146. Mr. Leo Rothschild
  147. Mrs. Leo Rothschild
  148. Miss Regina Rothschild
  149. Miss Lore Rothschild
  150. Mr. Leo von Rotz
  151. Mr. Nikiaus von Rotz
  152. Mr. Ludwig Rulls
  153. Mr. William Sarstedt
  154. Mrs. William Sarstedt
  155. Mr. Robert Schaefer
  156. Mrs. Robert Schaefer
  157. Miss Martha Schally
  158. Mr. Frank Scheibach
  159. Mr. George Schires
  160. Mr. Johann Schmaus
  161. Mr. John Schmitt
  162. Mr. Friedrich Schneider
  163. Mr. Adam Schoemann
  164. Mrs. Adam Schoemann
  165. Mr. William Sehueren
  166. Mrs. William Schueren
  167. Joan Schueren
  168. Miss Emma Schweizer
  169. Mr. Charles Soltau
  170. Miss Opal Soltau
  171. Mr. Walter Söhnholz
  172. Mrs. Walter Söhnholz
  173. Rudolf Söhnholz
  174. Hermann Söhnholz
  175. Mr. Helmut Spengler
  176. Miss Anna Steinberger
  177. Mrs. Katharina Strigenz
  178. Mr. Ferdinand Strobel
  179. Miss Erna Szasz
  180. Mr. Joseph Theisen
  181. Mrs. Joseph Theisen
  182. Mrs. Charlotte Thomsen
  183. Mrs. Frieda Timke
  184. Miss Betty Treisser
  185. Mr. Walter Ullmann
  186. Mr. Rolph Weigert
  187. Mr. Emil Weisshaupt
  188. Mrs. Emil Weisshaupt
  189. Mr. Emil Weisshaupt
  190. Norma Weisshaupt
  191. Mrs. Katharina Welti
  192. Mrs. Rose Wenzler
  193. Mrs. Louise Wesch
  194. Irene Wesch
  195. Mr. Robert Wharton
  196. Miss Anna Winkelmann
  197. Mr. Bernhard Winther
  198. Mrs. Bernhard Winther
  199. Mr. Albert Winther
  200. Mr. Charles Winther
  201. Mr. Richard Wolff
  202. Mr. Max Zacher
  203. Mrs. Max Zacher
  204. Mrs. Tilly Zeuske
  205. Mrs. Clara Zikmund

To SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Miss Maria Gaich
  2. Mr. Robert Laufer
  3. Mrs. Robert Laufer
  4. Mrs. Alice Hartz
  5. Miss Nanny Spiro
  6. Miss M, Whitaker

Passenger Information

Ships' Travellers Checks.The attention of our passengers is called to the fact that in the left upper corner of the Ships' Travellers Checks the name of the passenger has immediately to be filled in. If this is not done there is the possibility that in case of thefts the cheques can easily be cashed by persons not entitled to it.

Utilization of Public Rooms. Passengers are sincerely requested to confine themselves to the public rooms, promenade decks and deck space specifically provided for the class in which they travel.

Grill Room. Special attention of Cabin passengers is directed to the Grill Room, situated on the Boat Deck. It is particularly suitable for passengers desirous of having an occasional meal in privacy or in company of friends.

Meals are served there between 8:00 am and 3:00 pm and between 6 and 9:00 pm A cover charge of RM. 1.— for lunch and of KM 2.— for dinner each person is made for meals thus served. Passengers who want to take all their meals in the Grill Room may do so on payment of a lump sum of RM. 17.50 each person for the portion Southampton/Cherbourg—New York or vice versa or RM.20.— for the portion Hamburg—New York or vice versa for half of the Roundtrip.

Deck Chairs, Travelling Rugs, etc, In addition to the seating accommodation provided on deck, comfortable deck chairs, rugs, chair cushions and pillows are available to passengers. They may be hired, for the duration of the passage, at the following rates:

Cabin Class
Tourist Class
Third Class
Deck Chairs
$ 1.50
$ 1.—
$ 1.—
Woollen Rugs
$ 1.50
$ 1.—
$0.50
Chair Cushions
$ 1.—
$ 1.—
$0.50
Pillows
$0.50
$0.50
not available

Apply to the deck stewards.

Animals. It is not permissible to take animals into the staterooms or to lead them about on the decks appointed for the use of passengers.

Wireless Telegraph and Telephone Services. The Wireless Station (Telefunken system) is in uninterrupted communication with the mainland and may be used for cable messages both ways. In addition, the ship is fitted with a short-wave transmitter for direct telephone messages.

Information regarding the use of both services maybe had free of charge on application to the wireless operator, whose office is on the Boat Deck. All inquiries, complaints, etc., should be exclusively addressed to Deutsche Betrxebsgesellschaft fur drahtlose Telegrafie m. b. H., 29, Hardenberg Strasse, Berlin-Charlottenburg II, and not to the Hamburg-American Line, the latter company assuming no responsibility for the wireless services.

New York Mail for Passengers. The New York Office of the Hamburg-American Line/North German Lloyd 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.

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 chronic illness or complaints not contracted during the voyage.

The Company does not hold itself responsible or liable for the nature or method of the medical treatment during the voyage nor for any consequences arising out of it.

Smoking Room. The Smoking Room is open from early in the 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 Room Steward or Stewardess.

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

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.

Amusements. A number of games such 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.

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.

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 or to the Captain.

Landing Card. On arrival in New York the "Landing card" attached to your ticket is to be handed to the Immigration Officer for endorsement. Cabin passengers will receive the landing cards from 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, because they are 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 Hapag 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 depasture 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 Hamburg-American Line!North German Lloyd, $7, 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 manner.

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.

Life Preservers

Life preservers ready for immediate use are to be found at the head of the beds in all cabins. They are put on like ordinary jackets and are tied together at the neck and across the body.

The danger signal for passengers consists of seven short and one long blast of the steam-whistle. Upon this signal passengers proceed to the assembly places indicated in public notices on board. From here they are conducted to the boats by their room stewards under supervision of the officer in charge.

Films, Chemicals, burning Articles, etc.

Any large quantities of films, chemicals and other photographic material of inflammable nature may under no circumstances be kept in the cabins. Passengers are requested to hand them to the purser on board for safe-keeping.

In order to prevent fires, our passengers are cautioned not to throw over board from decks and staterooms lighted cigar and cigarette ends, matches, etc. as they can easily be blown into a stateroom on a lower deck and cause fire there.

The ship has the most modern safety-equipments, such as a smoke-detector also fireproof and watertight hydraulic sliding doors.

German Currency. According to the German Currency Regulations putting an embargo on the import of German Banknotes and Silver Coin officials and members of the crew are prohibited from accepting German Banknotes and Silver Coin.

Passengers are therefore kindly requested to pay their bills and intended gratuities only in Ships Money Orders or in foreign currencies.

Tourist Department of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie
On the A 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 Line. 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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