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SS New York Passenger List - 11 May 1939

Front Cover, Hamburg American Line SS New York Cabin, Tourist, and Third Class Passenger List - 11 May 1939.

Front Cover, Hamburg American Line SS New York Cabin, Tourist, and Third Class Passenger List - 11 May 1939. GGA Image ID # 12c7c90b6c

Cabin, Tourist, and Third Class Passenger List from the SS New York of the Hamburg American Line, Departing 11 May 1939 from New York to Hamburg via Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain B. Majewski.

S. S. NEW YORK

  • Gross Register Tons: 22,337
  • Length: 674 ft. (205.40 m.)
  • Beam: 78 ft. (24m.)

Senior Officers and Staff

  • First Officer: W. Pabst
  • Chief Engineer: R. Franz
  • First Radio Officer: P. Steinwerder
  • First Physician: Dr. J. Hofherr
  • Second Physician: Dr. P. Oft
  • Trained nurse: Gertrud Vogd
  • Purser: O. Hofei
  • Purser: H. Hoff
  • Assistant Purser: G. Wolff
  • Baggage Representative: O. Schmidt
  • Chief Steward, Cabin Class: H. Domini
  • Grill Room Chef: A. Zellinger
  • Chief Steward, Tourist Class: A. Klein
  • Chief Steward, Third Class: C. Trantofsky
  • Chief Cook: R. Hesse
  • Orchestra Leader: F. Ofenegg

Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. Beck
  2. Countess May von Bernstorff
  3. Baroness Gerda von Blumenthal
  4. Mr. Adrian Bradizco
  5. Mr. O. Burgdorf
  6. Mr. Thomas A. Crimmins
  7. Mr. Curt Dietz
  8. Mr. J. F. Donnelly
  9. Mrs. Charlotte Froeb
  10. Dir. Walter Geudtner
  11. Mr. Hermann Haas
  12. Mr. Walter Heckersdorf
  13. Mr. Erich Helmrich
  14. Mr. Robert Herman
  15. Mrs. Albert E. Holland
  16. Miss Dorita F. Holland
  17. Mr. George Iberle
  18. Mrs. Sarah B. Joch
  19. Mr. Hans Jung
  20. Mr. Kurt Karfeld
  21. Mrs. Leoni Karfeld
  22. Mrs. Wilhelmina Knopf
  23. Dr. Franz Koempel
  24. Mrs. Koempel
  25. Miss Lieselotte Kranz
  26. Mr. E. Laholm
  27. Mr. Karl-Heinz Lange
  28. Mrs. Lange
  29. Dr. Carl Otto Leonhardt
  30. Mrs. Maria Leonhardt
  31. Miss Stephanie Leonhardt
  32. Mr. Wolfgang Leonhardt
  33. Miss Elizabeth Loebenberg
  34. Mrs. Berna von Lossberg
  35. Mr. Walter Möller
  36. Mr. Robert O. Müller
  37. Mr. Rudolph Neuberger
  38. Mrs. Neuberger
  39.  Dr. Max Niedhart
  40. Mr. Myro Patermann, Sr.
  41. Mr. Myro Patermann, Jr.
  42. Mr. Herman Remboldt
  43. Dr. Fritz Reuter
  44. Mr. J. M. Root
  45. Mrs. Johanna Siefort
  46. Mrs. Georgan Smith
  47. Mr. H. van der Veen
  48. Mr. Herman Waker
  49. Mr. S. Weiser
  50. Mrs. Elisabeth Wichmann
  51. Mr. Harry Wilde
  52. Mr. Frederick M. Wilmanns
  53. Mrs. Susanne Wolff

Tourist Passengers

  1. Mr. Peter Abel
  2. Mr. Gerhard Abeling
  3. Mrs. Abeling child and infant
  4. Mr. Friedrich Ackermann
  5. Mrs. Ackermann
  6. Mr. Edward Albiez
  7. Mrs. Albiez
  8. Miss Elsa Andressohn
  9. Mr. Otto Antoine
  10. Mrs. Antoine
  11. Miss Ingeborg Arthen
  12. Mr. Gerhard Bahner
  13. Mrs. Bahner
  14. Mr. Herbert Baldeweg
  15. Mrs. Baldeweg
  16. Mrs. Beatrice Balthazar
  17. Mr. John Bamberg
  18. Mrs. Bamberg
  19. Miss Marie Louise Bamberg
  20. Mrs. Maria von Bargen
  21. Mrs. Hermine Barz
  22. Miss Hermine Barz
  23. Mrs. Betty Beckmann
  24. Mrs. Anna Bcikcrt
  25. Mr. Jacobus Beider
  26. Mrs. Christine Bcnke
  27. Mrs. Katherine Bernatschke
  28. Miss Elisabeth Bernatschke
  29. Mr. Erich Bersch
  30. Mr. Arno Bersch
  31. Mrs. Anna Bieder
  32. Miss Elizabeth Biederman
  33. Miss Hede Blumberg
  34. Miss Ester Bohnke, III
  35. Mr. Fredrick Boos
  36. Mrs. Hildegard Bormeister
  37. Mr. Carl Brandt
  38. Miss Ruth Brecht
  39. Mr. Martin L. Brenndorfer
  40. Mrs. Margarete Bruncke
  41. Mr. Curt Bucerius
  42. Mrs. Sophie Buch
  43. Mr. Nikolaus Bueckert
  44. Mr. Herbert Buetow
  45. Dr. Lotte Bumcke
  46. Miss Cathleen Chester
  47. Miss Martha Chester
  48. Mr. Walter Detlefsen
  49. Mrs. Stefanie Deutz
  50. Mr. Charles Dieckmann
  51. Mr. George W. Diening
  52. Mrs. Gertrude Diening
  53. Mr. Oscar Dietrich
  54. Mrs. Francis Dittrich
  55. Mrs. Kaete Dorbath
  56. Mr. Mark Feer
  57. Mrs. Martha Fenselau
  58. Mr. Herman A. Fickweiler
  59. Miss Juliette Fisseau
  60. Miss Pauline Fleischmann
  61. Miss Auguste Franke
  62. Mr. Otto Fricke
  63. Mr. Phillip Frueh
  64. Mrs. Mathilde Garner
  65. Mr. Hans Gercken
  66. Mr. Bodo Gericke
  67. Mr. Alfred Germer
  68. Mrs. Germer
  69. Mr. Adolf Gertsch
  70. Mrs. Margarete Gevert
  71. Mrs. Marie Goetze
  72. Mrs. Agathe Grabisch
  73. Miss Louise Greiffenstein
  74. Mrs. Margarethe Grueneberg
  75. Mrs. Margarethe Guenther
  76. Mrs. Johanna Hagemann and child
  77. Mrs. Mathilde Hagenlocher
  78. Miss Hete Hancke
  79. Mrs. Anna Harf
  80. Miss Erika Harms
  81. Mrs. W. F. Hauhart
  82. Mr. Eugen Henn
  83. Mr. Alfons Herring
  84. Mr. August Hinn
  85. Mrs. Hinn
  86. Miss Else Hoffmann
  87. Mr. Fritz Holzgrefe
  88. Mr. Fred Huster
  89. Mr. Adolf Huttmann
  90. Mr. Josef Imsiecke
  91. Mr. Yrjo Jaentti
  92. Mr. Franz Kahl
  93. Mrs. Kahl
  94. Mr. Karl Karstedt
  95. Mrs. Karstedt
  96. Mr. Max Klee
  97. Mrs. Klee
  98. Mr. Hugo Kneller
  99. Mrs. Kneller
  100. Mrs. Frieda Knieff
  101. Mr. C. Knigge
  102. Mr. Kurt Werner Koeltzsch
  103. Mrs. Lina Kramm
  104. Miss Lieselotte Kranz
  105. Mrs. Alwine Kroeger
  106. Miss Helen Kuhn
  107. Mrs. Hedwig Kurz
  108. Miss Sigrid Larson
  109. Mrs. Jonanna Lauer
  110. Mrs. Anna Lehmann
  111. Mr. Augustin Lehne
  112. Mr. Karl Libbers
  113. Mrs. Clara Lindner
  114. Mr. Hans Loesch
  115. Mrs. Loesch
  116. Mrs. Martha Luck
  117. Dr. Ernst Majer-Leonhard
  118. Miss Ema Mark
  119. Mr. Andres Martinez
  120. Mrs. Martinez
  121. Mr. Andreas Mayer
  122. Mrs. Mayer
  123. Mr. Ernest Mayer
  124. Mr. Paul Moebert
  125. Miss Yvonne Morin
  126. Mrs. Agathe Mueller
  127. Miss Irma Mueller
  128. Mrs. Else Naseman
  129. Mrs. Elizabeth Neumeister
  130. Mr. Karl Nickisch
  131. Mrs. Anna Nowinski
  132. Mr. Victor Oehler
  133. Mr. George Papaioanoo
  134. Mrs. Papaioanoo
  135. Mr. Hans Peters
  136. Mr. Hermann Pischrau
  137. Mrs. Pischrau
  138. Mr. Heinrich Pitschke
  139. Mrs. Pitschke
  140. Miss Frieda Polenske
  141. Mrs. Marg. Polster
  142. Mr. Josef Przybyla
  143. Mrs. Paula Puchter
  144. Mr. Emil Reiber
  145. Mr. Gerhard Richter
  146. Mr. Walter T. Ridder
  147. Mrs. Frieda Rieker
  148. Mr. Ludwig Rimser
  149. Mrs. Annie Rosner
  150. Mr. Willi Sachs
  151. Mr. Friedrich Sander
  152. Mr. Adam Schatz
  153. Mr. Otto Scheu
  154. Mrs. Scheu
  155. Miss J. Schiller
  156. Mr. Julius Schmidt
  157. Mrs. Margarethe Schmitter
  158. Mrs. Maria Schnaus
  159. Mr. Ernst Schneider
  160. Miss Margarete Schuetze
  161. Mr. Adolf Schultz
  162. Mrs. Ida Schultz and infant
  163. Mr. Wilhelm Schulze
  164. Mr. Simon Sluis
  165. Mr. Fred Springer
  166. Mrs. Springer
  167. Mr. Edmund Starke
  168. Mrs. Sybilla Starke
  169. Mrs. Ursula Stechow and child
  170. Mr. Hans Steen
  171. Mrs. Emma Stuwe
  172. Mr. Paul Suess
  173. Mrs. Suess
  174. Mr. Carl Thai
  175. Miss Erika Theopile
  176. Mr. Ernest Tietz
  177. Miss Lucy Tilly
  178. Miss Kaete Tilly
  179. Miss Elfriede Toenjes
  180. Mrs. L. Uhe
  181. Mrs. Johanna S. Unger
  182. Mr. Walter Ungermann
  183. Mrs. Ungermann
  184. Mr. George F. Vaughan
  185. Mrs. Vaughan
  186. Miss Lilly Voigt
  187. Mrs. Luise Volk
  188. Mr. Fredrick Vollrath
  189. Miss Lina Vollrath
  190. Mrs. Caroline Wagner
  191. Mrs. Charlotte Wagner
  192. Dr. Christian Weber
  193. Mrs. Weber
  194. Mrs. Elizabeth Weichold
  195. Master Erich Pfeiffer Weichold
  196. Mrs. Marie Weissbecker
  197. Mr. Paul Wodarkewitz
  198. Mrs. Wodarkewitz
  199. Mr. Harry Wolf
  200. Mrs. Wolf
  201. Mr. Josef Wyk

Third Class Passengers

  1. Miss Elly Albers
  2. Mr. Max Alfery
  3. Mrs. Therese Alfery
  4. Miss Marie Alfery
  5. Master Max Alfery
  6. Mrs. Hedi Ammann
  7. Miss Elsie S. Andersen
  8. Mrs. Fenna Austel
  9. Master Hermann Austel
  10. Master Otto Austel
  11. Master Werner Austel
  12. Mrs. Hedwig Backhaus
  13. Mrs. Hattie Baluch
  14. Mrs. Mildred Bantle
  15. Miss Joan B. Bantle
  16. Mr. Paul A. Bartsch
  17. Mrs. Bartsch
  18. Mr. Gustav Basso
  19. Mrs. Frieda Bastian
  20. Mrs. Johanna Baurick
  21. Miss Brunhilde Baurick
  22. Master Richard Baurick
  23. Master Arno Baurick
  24. Mr. Robert Beachboard
  25. Mrs. Elizabeth Becker
  26. Mrs. Gertrude Beckert-Simon
  27. Mrs. Adolfine Beese
  28. Miss Anneliese Benzien
  29. Mrs. Hedwig Berberich
  30. Miss Rosemarie Berberich
  31. Mr. George Bernreuther
  32. Mrs. Bernreuther
  33. Mr. Emil Beyerle
  34. Mrs. Maria Bickert
  35. Mr. Bilefeld
  36. Mrs. Bertha Binner
  37. Mrs. Clara Bischoff
  38. Miss Margaret Bischoff
  39. Miss Ruth Bischoff
  40. Mrs. Martha Boeckelmann
  41. Mrs. Anna Boecker
  42. Miss Irmgard Boecker
  43. Mr. Adolf Bohnke
  44. Mr. Jacob Braun Mrs. Francis Bregi
  45. Mr. Ernst Breitenstein
  46. Mrs. Wilhelmine Breitenstein
  47. Mrs. Wilhelmine Brenk
  48. Mrs. Irmgard Bruneck
  49. Mrs. Adele Buchanan
  50. Master Wallace Buchanan
  51. Mrs. Erika Buddenberg
  52. Mrs. Gerda Buhmann
  53. Mr. William Bulster
  54. Mr. Gustav Busch
  55. Mrs. Lina Busch
  56. Mrs. Katharina Carlyon
  57. Miss Margarethe Czech
  58. Mr. Arno Danz
  59. Mrs. Frieda Danz
  60. Mr. Karl Dawe
  61. Miss Gerda Dawe
  62. Mr. Fritz Decker
  63. Miss Alice Decker
  64. Mrs. Annamarie Debusmann
  65. Master Rolf Debusmann
  66. Mr. Diedrich Dettmer
  67. Master Eugene Diebold
  68. Mr. Arthur Dittmann
  69. Miss Hedwig Dora
  70. Mrs. Josefa Durner
  71. Mr. Heinrich Dyrssen
  72. Mrs. Emilie Dyrssen
  73. Mrs. Therese Eckl
  74. Mr. Johann Eich
  75. Mrs. Helene Eich
  76. Miss Elly A. Eich
  77. Mr. Karl Eichinger
  78. Mrs. Eichinger
  79. Mr. Carl Eichinger
  80. Mrs. Erna Endres
  81. Mr. Ernst Engel
  82. Mrs. Maria Ernst
  83. Mr. Henry Ewert
  84. Mrs. Martha Exner
  85. Miss Elisabeth Ey
  86. Mrs. Lydia Fernengel
  87. Mrs. Ella Ficker
  88. Master Harold Ficker
  89. Mrs. Therese Fischer
  90. Mr. Richard E. Flach
  91. Miss Lillian Forst
  92. Mr. Arthur Friedel
  93. Mrs. Friedel
  94. Mr. Johann W. Friedrichsen
  95. Mrs. Margaretha Friedrichsen
  96. Mr. Otto Friedmann
  97. Mrs. Elizabeth Friedmann
  98. Mrs. Maria Fries
  99. Master George Fries
  100. Mrs. Laura Fromm
  101. Mr. Wilhelm Gebhardt
  102. Mrs. Gebhardt
  103. Mr. Gerhard Gehrke
  104. Mrs. Dorothea Gehrke
  105. Mr. Gustav Girmann
  106. Mrs. Erna Girmann
  107. Master Heinz Girmann
  108. Miss Ilse Glatzel
  109. Mr. Gottfried Grabner
  110. Mrs. Mary Grabner
  111. Mr. Willy Griesse
  112. Mrs. Anna Gruenwald
  113. Mrs. Hulda Gruhne
  114. Miss Lisa Gruhne
  115. Mr. Andreas Grunau
  116. Mrs. Josefa Grunau
  117. Miss Edith Grunau
  118. Miss Lillian Guillermann
  119. Mr. Martin von Hage
  120. Mr. Adam Hager
  121. Mrs. Hager
  122. Mrs. Anna Hahn
  123. Miss Elizabeth Hammerstein
  124. Mr. Max Hansmann
  125. Miss Gerda H. Hartung
  126. Mr. Otto Havemann
  127. Mrs. Havemann
  128. Master Jurgen Havemann
  129. Miss Ingrid Havemann
  130. Mrs. Louise P. Heil
  131. Mr. Frank Hermeling
  132. Mrs. Emma Hermeling
  133. Miss Mariella Hermeling
  134. Mrs. Anna Hietschold
  135. Miss Hertha Hietschold
  136. Mr. Johann Hillgartner
  137. Mrs. Hillgartner
  138. Miss Elisabeth Hoffmann
  139. Mrs. Rosa Hoffmann
  140. Miss Elly Hollaender
  141. Mrs. Antonie Holzendorf
  142. Master William Holzendorf
  143. Mrs. Josi Jahn
  144. Mr. Hugo Jannen
  145. Miss Herta Jantzen
  146. Miss Liuse Jung
  147. Mrs. Erna Jutte
  148. Mr. Herbert L. Kaehler
  149. Mrs. Kaehler
  150. Mrs. Paula Kampfer
  151. Master Francis R. Kampfer
  152. Master Allen P. Kampfer
  153. Mr. Karl Kehrle
  154. Mrs. Kehrle
  155. Miss Margaret Keidel
  156. Mrs. Ida Kieler
  157. Mr. August Kirch
  158. Mrs. Kirch
  159. Miss Appollania Kircher
  160. Miss Cecilie Klenger
  161. Mr. Wilhelm Knaack
  162. Mr. Frank Knauf
  163. Mrs. Anna Koch
  164. Mr. Karl Kopp
  165. Miss Koppernock
  166. Mr. Emil Krause
  167. Mr. Rudolf A. Krausse
  168. Mr. Carl Kronmueller
  169. Mrs. Kronmueller
  170. Mrs. Lena Kruschak
  171. Mr. Friedrich Kruse
  172. Mrs. Kruse
  173. Mrs. Elese Kruse
  174. Mr. Frederich A. Kuehn
  175. Mr. Emil Kunert
  176. Mrs. Auguste Langfeldt
  177. Mrs. Hedwig Lautenschlager
  178. Master Fred Lautenschlager
  179. Mr. Paul Lawrenz
  180. Mrs. Emilie Lawrenz
  181. Mrs. Gretchen Lehmann
  182. Mrs. Rose Leibfritz
  183. Miss Karoline Lentner
  184. Miss Else Limbach
  185. Mr. John von Lintig
  186. Mrs. Loeber and children
  187. Miss Anna Loeffler
  188. Miss Ursula Loge
  189. Mr. Niko F. Lorenzen
  190. Mr. Hermann Lotters
  191. Mr. Jacob Lohwasser
  192. Mrs. Elisabeth Lohwasser
  193. Miss Helma Lohwasser
  194. Mrs. Anna Luhrs
  195. Miss Melinda Luhrs
  196. Mrs. Auguste Lumm
  197. Miss Irmgard Lumm
  198. Mr. Adolf Maas
  199. Mrs. Christine Madsen
  200. Mr. Fritz Marchel
  201. Mrs. Marchel
  202. Mrs. Donka Markovich
  203. Miss Julia Markovich
  204. Mr. Emil Maute
  205. Mrs. Maute
  206. Master Kurt Maute
  207. Master Hermann Maute
  208. Mr. Albert Melcher
  209. Mrs. Maria Merker
  210. Mr. Harry H. S. Meuser
  211. Mrs. Minna Molzahn
  212. Mrs. Martha Morant
  213. Master Charles Morant
  214. Miss Ruth Morant
  215. Miss Frieda Morchel
  216. Mr. Robert Mueller
  217. Mrs. Mueller
  218. Miss Marianne Mueller
  219. Mrs. Helene Mueller
  220. Master Ralph Mueller
  221. Mrs. Donata Nakielski
  222. Mr. Theodor Neff
  223. Mrs. Neff
  224. Miss Anna Nieser
  225. Miss Elizabeth Nieser
  226. Mrs. Anna Nitschmann
  227. Mr. Johann A. Nuernberg
  228. Mr. Franz Nunnemann
  229. Mrs. Nunnemann
  230. Mr. Frank Pakey
  231. Mrs. Clara Papenheim
  232. Master Wolfgang Papenheim
  233. Mr. Anton Pecht
  234. Mrs. Gretchen Pecht
  235. Master Arnold Pecht
  236. Miss Louise Pfluegel
  237. Mr. Peter Pflug
  238. Mrs. Emilie Polenz
  239. Mr. Hermann Poliert
  240. Mr. Carl Pradel
  241. Mrs. Irma Pradel
  242. Miss Madeline Pradel
  243. Mr. Hermann Priess
  244. Mr. Franz Putz
  245. Mr. Hermann Ratz
  246. Mr. Hermann F. A. G. Rau
  247. Mrs. Ida Rau
  248. Mrs. Kath. Rati
  249. Mrs. Emma Rauh
  250. Mrs. Clara Remy
  251. Master Friedrich Remy
  252. Miss Eleonor Remy
  253. Mrs. Frieda Richter
  254. Mrs. Martha Riesack
  255. Miss Joan Riesack
  256. Mrs. Martha Ring
  257. Master Manfred Ring
  258. Mrs. Ida Ringhofer
  259. Miss Clara Roedel
  260. Mr. Hugo Rohloff
  261. Mrs. Rohloff
  262. Mrs. Hertha Rohwer
  263. Miss Henriette Roth
  264. Miss Johanna Ruppel
  265. Mr. Max Sadtler
  266. Mr. Sauer
  267. Mrs. Sauer
  268. Mr. Henry Schaefer
  269. Miss Vera Schaefer
  270. Mr. William Schaper
  271. Mr. Michael Sehets
  272. Mrs. Schenk
  273. Mr. Heinrich Schey
  274. Mrs. Schey
  275. Mr. Franz Schlosser
  276. Mrs. Franziska Schlosser
  277. Mrs. Karoline Schmid
  278. Miss Lena I. Schmid
  279. Mrs. Anna Schmidt
  280. Master Richard Schmidt
  281. Mrs. Emma Schmidt
  282. Mr. Kurt Schmidt
  283. Mrs. Schmidt
  284. Mrs. Rosa Schmidt
  285. Master Rudolf Schmidt
  286. Miss Norma Schmidt
  287. Mr. Tony Schneider
  288. Mr. Friedrich Schoeck
  289. Mrs. Lydia Schoeck
  290. Mr. Frank Schoenberger
  291. Mr. William Schroeder
  292. Mrs. Schroeder
  293. Mrs. Elizabeth Schulz
  294. Miss Margarete Schulz
  295. Mrs. Helene Schwarz
  296. Mrs. Maria Schwebel
  297. Miss Clare Schwebel
  298. Mr. Ernst Seiler
  299. Mrs. Seiler
  300. Mrs. Maria Siefringer
  301. Miss Hannelore Siefringer
  302. Master Joseph Siefringer
  303. Miss Clara Sievers
  304. Mrs. Anna Sillmahn
  305. Mr. Alfred Sommer
  306. Mrs. Luise Sommer
  307. Miss Virginia Sommer
  308. Miss Berta Staab
  309. Dr. Alfred Stattelmann
  310. Miss Martha Stattelmann
  311. Mr. Walter Steffen
  312. Mrs. Anna Stelzer
  313. Miss Bertha Stelzer
  314. Mrs. Louise Stegmann
  315. Mr. Fred Stender
  316. Mrs. Marie Stender
  317. Mr. Philipp Stoehr
  318. Mrs. Minna Strassburger
  319. Mrs. Helene Strauch
  320. Master Guenther Strauch
  321. Mrs. Helene Strunk
  322. Master Edward Strunk
  323. Mr. Henry Stueckl
  324. Mrs. Franziska Stueckl
  325. Miss Frances Stuckl
  326. Mrs. E. S. Stump
  327. Mrs. Ida Taube-Szdgat
  328. Mr. Willy A. Thalmann
  329. Mrs. Thalmann
  330. Master Willy Thalmann
  331. Mr. Edmund Theis
  332. Mr. Adolf Thies
  333. Mr. Walter Topolinski
  334. Mrs. Bertha Trendler
  335. Master Fred C. Trendler
  336. Mrs. Dora Trosin
  337.  Miss Eleanor Trosin
  338. Master Christopher Trump
  339. Mr. Michael Vogel
  340. Mrs. Hilda Vogel
  341. Mr. Otto Vogt Mrs. Vogt
  342. Master Manfred Vogt
  343. Miss Mathilde Wachsmuth
  344. Mr. Peter Wacht
  345. Mrs. Leny Wacht
  346. Mr. Gotthilf Waiblinger
  347. Mrs. Frieda Waldschmidt
  348. Miss Ruth Waldschmidt
  349. Master Ronald Waldschmidt
  350. Miss Therese Wandry
  351. Mr. Fritz Week
  352. Mrs. Elsa Week
  353. Miss Ingeborg Week
  354. Miss M. Weil
  355. Mrs. Christine Weinbrecht
  356. Miss Helene Weiss
  357. Mr. Karl Weissbeck
  358. Mrs. Auguste Weissbeck
  359. Miss Eleonor Weissbeck
  360. Mr. Adolf Wember
  361. Miss Maria Wentrus
  362. Mrs. Auguste Werner
  363. Miss Margareth Werner
  364. Mrs. Antonie Westfehling
  365. Mr. Rudolf Wicht
  366. Mrs. Auguste Widmaier
  367. Miss Helen Widmaier
  368. Mr. Wilhelm Willems
  369. Miss Elizabeth Wimmer
  370. Mr. Hans Winterhalter
  371. Mrs. Anna Winterstein
  372. Mrs. Else Wirsing
  373. Master Raymond Wirsing
  374. Mrs. Mathilde Woehrle
  375. Mrs. Elisabeth Wolf
  376. Mr. Friedrich Wolf
  377. Mrs. Anna Wolfe
  378. Mr. Wilhelm Wollenweber
  379. Miss Lillian Wollenweber
  380. Mrs. Erna Wriedt
  381. Mrs. Anna Wrieske
  382. Mr. Walter Zink
  383. Mrs. Zink
  384. Mrs. Anna Zwanzig

Passenger Information

The Office of the Baggage Representative furnishes all information to passengers concerning baggage. To facilitate landing and to avoid unnecessary delay in Hamburg, arrangements have been made that all baggage can be dispatched on board to its destination.

During the voyage in all baggage matters passengers must only communicate with the BAGGAGE REPRESENTATIVE. Other members of the ship’s crew are not entitled to accept orders regarding baggage.

Baggage Insurance: Passengers who prior to sailing omitted to insure their baggage against all risks can still do so at moderate premium and under favorable conditions, upon application to the Baggage Representative on board.

INTERPRETER SERVICE
An interpreter for the Hungarian and also all Slavian languages is aboard and to be found in the office of the Baggage Master. Office Hours: 9.00 - 12.00 a.m. and 4.00 -  6.00 p.m.

TOUR DEPARTMENT OF THE HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE
On the A-Deck, an Office of the Tour Department has been established. This Office furnishes information to passengers concerning the sailings of the steamers, the railway services from port of arrival into the interior, the air service and all other arrangements of the Hamburg-American Line.

It also provides information with regard to Customhouse and passport arrangements and other questions which are of importance to travelers. At the office tickets are issued for railroads and steamers to all ports of the world.

Baggage Insurance. Passengers who prior to sailing omitted to insure their baggage against all or any risks can still do so at moderate premium rates and favorable conditions, upon application to the purser or baggage master on board.

SAFETY DEVICES
Lifebelts, ready for use, will be found at the head of the beds in the staterooms. They are put on like a coat or a vest and tied securely in front at the neck and around the waist. The signal for the passengers is seven short and one long blast of the whistle, and when this signal is sounded passengers should immediately go to the assigned meeting places, the location of which is announced on me bulletin boards aboard the vessel. The room-stewards, under the direction of the officer in charge, will conduct the passengers from these meeting places to the lifeboats.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Passengers in possession of "Bordreiseschecks” are requested to sign their name in the upper left hand corner immediately upon receipt of the checks so that in case of loss or theft checks cannot be cashed. When cashing, the checks must be countersigned in the space provided.

Payments on board our steamers - In accordance with the German Currency Regulations placing an embargo on the importation of German Reichsmark Notes and Silver Coin, officials and members of the crew are prohibited from accepting German Reichsmark Notes and German Silver Coin. We therefore kindly request the passengers to pay their bills and intended gratuities only in Ship’s Money Orders or in foreign currencies.

FILMS, CHEMICALS, BURNING ARTICLES, ETC.
Under no circumstances may large quantities of films, chemicals and other photographic material of inflammable nature 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.

UTILIZATION OP 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 CLUB
Special attention of Cabin passengers is directed to the Grill Club, situated on the Boat Deck. It is particularly suitable for passengers desirous of having an occasional meal in privacy or in the company of friends. Meals are served there between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. and between 6 and 9 p.m. A cover charge of RM. 1.— for lunch and RM. 2.— for dinner each person is made for meals thus served.

Passengers who want to take all their meals in the Grill Club 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.—
Woolen Rugs          $1.50  / $1.— / $0.50
Chair Cushions       $1.—  / $1.— / $0.50
Pillows                    $ 0.50 / $0.50 / Not available
Apply to the deck stewards.

WIRELESS TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE SERVICES
The Wireless Station (Telefunken system) is in uninterrupted communication with the mainland and is available for messages in both directions. In addition, the ship is fitted with a short-wave transmitter for direct telephone messages. Information regarding the use of either service may be 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 Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegrafie m. b. H., 29. Hardenberg Strasse, Berlin-Cbarlottenburg II, and not to the Hamburg America Line, the latter company assuming no responsibility for the wireless services.

The Hamburg America Line is Germany’s oldest and largest steamship company. It was founded on May 27, 1847 by Hamburg merchants as the Hamburg-American Steam Packet Company and rose in the course of a few decades from an obscure firm owning a few sailing ships to the position of the world’s largest steamship company whose ships sailed to every comer of the globe.

After the World War which resulted in the loss of practically all of its tonnage, untiring and persevering efforts soon enabled the Hamburg America Line to again occupy one of the leading positions in the shipping world with a modem fleet of 110 ocean-going steamers and 147 smaller vessels aggregating in all 788,178 Gross Register Tons.

The first service operated by the Company which today maintains regular services to all parts of the world, was between Hamburg and New York. After the foundation of the Company the service was inaugurated by three sailing ships, soon to be followed by the first steamers flying the Hapag flag. They started a rapid development of this important service by still larger and faster ships until, at the outbreak of the War, three giant liners plying between Hamburg and New York were the largest and most luxurious afloat.

T-day the New York Service is maintained by the four twin-screw express steamers of the "Hamburg” type, of 22,000 Gross Register Tons. Propelled by engines of about 28,000 HP., these ships attain an average speed of 19 miles per hour enabling them to make the crossing from Hamburg to New York in eight days.

Every Thursday, in summer and winter, one of the "Famous Four” sails from Hamburg via Southampton and Cherbourg to New York while another one returns from New York via Cherbourg and Southampton to Hamburg. Each of these ships can accommodate about 1,000 passengers in Cabin, Tourist and Third Class. Besides the four ships of the "Hamburg” type, the twin-screw motorship "St. Louis” of 16,732 Gross Register Tons is also engaged in the New York Service.

In addition, a Twin-Screw Electric Liner for the North-Atlantic Service of the Company is in the course of construction, with a tonnage of about 36,000 tons, to be placed into service in the beginning of 1941.

Apart from this service, the Hamburg America Line maintains regular sailings to all parts of the world. More than 120 ports in every corner of the globe are regularly called at by the steamers of the Hamburg America Line. With excellent ships for the speedy transportation of passengers, cargo and mail, the Company maintains services to Canada, Cuba and Mexico, the West Indies and Central America, to the West Coast of North and South America, to the Dutch East Indies, to Australia, to China and Japan and other countries of the Far East.

Pleasure cruising has been another important branch of the Company's business ever since, in the early nineties, the "Augusta Victoria” of the Hamburg- American Line sailed on the world’s first pleasure cruise.

The Twin-screw- steamer "New York” is scheduled yearly on Short and Long West Indies Cruises visiting the most remarkable places of the Caribbean.

The "Milwaukee” of 16,754 Tons is exclusively engaged in cruising carrying its passengers to the Mediterranean and the Lands of the Midnight Sun, to the Atlantic Islands and to the West Indies. The "Milwaukee”, among other features, is equipped with up-to-date installations for medicinal baths, massages and similar treatments making her the world’s first "floating Spa.”

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