SS Bremen Passenger List - 1 July 1932

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 1 July 1932 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 1 July 1932 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain L. Ziegenbein. GGA Image ID # 160eaccc7b

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  L. Ziegenbein
  • Chief Officer: W. Dähne
  • First Doctor: Dr. W. v. Geyr
  • Second Doctor: Dr. W. Hofmann
  • Chief Engineer: J. Hundt
  • Purser: E. Tielbaar
  • Assistant Purser for Second Class: D. Brummer
  • First Officer of the Traffic Office: A. Heyer
  • Second Officer of the Traffic Office: L. Bremer
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: Frl. Dr. Ferber
  • Chief Steward: R. Meinnert
  • First Steward for First Class: S. Meyer
  • Steward for Second Class: W. Meisch
  • Steward for Tourist Class: J. Büscher
  • Steward for Third Class: Chr. Herrmann
  • Stewart for Restaurant: H. Graf
  • Chief Cook: K. Höhne
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator Senior Officer: A. Thurley
  • First Baggage Master: H. Helmers

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mr. Paul Albrecht
  2. Mr. Donald Aldrich
  3. Miss Anna Anderson
  4. Professor A. Bacon
  5. Mr. Abdul Barbir
  6. Miss Eleanor Barnes
  7. Dr. Stefan Baisny
  8. Mr. Stefan Barta
  9. Mr. Max Barz
  10. Mr. Tibor Benkö
  11. Mr. Benjamin Bernhard
  12. Mr. Pater Bögershausen
  13. Mr. Michael Bozsidaracz
  14. Mr. Georg Brody
  15. Dr. Johannes Bruun
  16. Mrs. Mildred Bruun
  17. Mr. Koloman Büjidoso
  18. Mr. Walter Burke
  19. Mrs. Mary Burke
  20. Miss Catherine Burke
  21. Mr. Theodore Cheskis
  22. Mr. John Cohn
  23. Mr. Charles Cox
  24. Miss Johanne Dechert
  25. Mr. Alphonse Delahaye
  26. Mr. George Dency
  27. Mr. Daniel Dennett
  28. Mr. Leo Donath
  29. Mrs. Anna Doner
  30. Mr. George Donsghue
  31. Mr. Benjamin Donzis
  32. Mr. Gustav Eilers
  33. Miss Edith Enderberg
  34. Mr. Peter Engelhardt
  35. Mrs. Anna Engelhardt
  36. Mrs. Maria Eschenauer
  37. Mr. George Epstein
  38. Mr. Alois Erler
  39. Mrs. Alice Ettinger
  40. Miss Ester Flinkmann
  41. Mr. Geo von Forell
  42. Mrs. Clare Fredeskov
  43. Mr. Hans Gold
  44. Mr. Samiel Goldberg
  45. Mrs. Margaretha Gutmann
  46. Mr. Oliver Halassy
  47. Mr. Herry Hamilton
  48. Mr. Peter Hansen
  49. Mr. William Helfst
  50. Mrs. Anna Helfst
  51. Mr. Jakob Hesel
  52. Mrs. Käthe Hesel
  53. Miss Anna Hesel
  54. Mr. Augustin Hetzel
  55. Mrs. Margaret Hetzel
  56. Miss Marg. Hetzel
  57. Mr. Max Hindas
  58. Mr. Arthur Hoellerer
  59. Mrs. Auguste Hoellerer
  60. Marianne Hoellerer
  61. Mr. Joseph Hogan
  62. Mr. Martin Homonnai
  63. Miss Ireland
  64. Mr. Frank Jacob
  65. Dr. Alexander Joady
  66. Mrs. Julia Juer
  67. Mr. Julius Kanasi
  68. Mr. Herry Karasik
  69. Mr. Alois Keserü
  70. Mr. Franz Keserü
  71. Mr. August Kimmich
  72. Miss Anna Kinz
  73. Mr. Ernst Kiss
  74. Mr. Herbert Kittel
  75. Mr. Bela Komjadi
  76. Mrs. Klara Krause
  77. Dr. Heinz Langer
  78. Mrs. Marguerite Langer
  79. Mr. Adolf Leisner
  80. Miss Frieda Lenk
  81. Mr. Charles Leos
  82. Mr. Werner Lorenz
  83. Mrs. Hattie Lorenz
  84. Mrs. Else Lutz
  85. Dr. Friedrich Maase
  86. Mrs. Käte Maase
  87. Mr. Herbert May
  88. Mrs. Helen May
  89. Mr. Tibor Meszöly
  90. Mr. John Müller
  91. Mrs. Margarete Müller
  92. Mr. Johann Nemeth
  93. Mr. Emerich Pathehazy
  94. Miss Dr. Eleanor Pavenstedt
  95. Miss Elise Peper
  96. Mr. Hermann Peters
  97. Mrs. Anna Petschke
  98. Mr. John Pohlmann
  99. Mr. Leo Reich
  100. Mr. Nathan Ring
  101. Miss Hanna Rinck
  102. Mrs. Rosalie Rosenfeld
  103. Mr. David Sanderson
  104. Mr. Nikolaus Sarkany
  105. Mr. Capenter-Shirk
  106. Mr. Haus Skott
  107. Mrs. Betty Skott
  108. Hans Skott
  109. Mr. Elmar Somfay
  110. Mr. Major Adreas Somogyi
  111. Mr. Edward Stoebenau
  112. Mr. Ladislaus Szabados
  113. Mr. Andreas Szekely
  114. Mr. Wasyl Szewczyk
  115. Mrs. Sofia Szull
  116. Mrs. Therese Schiub
  117. Mr. Emil Schlosser
  118. Mrs. Alice Schmidt
  119. Dr. Joseph Schnabel
  120. Mrs. Olga Schnabel
  121. Mr. Heinrich Schniedewind
  122. Miss Hanna Schulz
  123. Mrs. Berta Thiebe
  124. Mr. Walter Thierstein
  125. Mr. F. Tracy
  126. Mrs. Tracy
  127. Mrs. Wilhelmine Trimpf-Hubst
  128. Mrs. Marie Vogelmann
  129. Mr. Josef Vrabel
  130. Mr. Ernst von Waldhausen
  131. Mr. Henry Walker
  132. Mr. Andreas Wania
  133. Dr. Ing. Werner Weck
  134. Mrs. Hedwig Weckerle
  135. Mr. Manuel Weiner
  136. Mrs. Sarah Weiner
  137. Mr. Morris Weiss
  138. Mrs. Frieda Weiss
  139. Mrs. Carla Wellendorf
  140. Mr. Donnald Wilder
  141. Mrs. Margaretha Wintje
  142. Mr. John Wirth
  143. Mr. Fred Woerdemann
  144. Mr. John Young

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Karl Bauer
  2. Mr. Walter Dietrich
  3. Miss Emmy Doering
  4. Miss Hertha Doering
  5. Miss Freya Doering
  6. Mr. Fritz Ebert
  7. Mr. Fritz Engelmann
  8. Miss Marie Erer
  9. Miss Ursula Fischer
  10. Mr. Walter Fuhlbrügge
  11. Miss Ursula Gohlke
  12. Mr. Goldstern
  13. Miss Clara-Sybille Grass
  14. Mr. Grünberg
  15. Miss Ilse Hess
  16. Miss Erica Hoffmann
  17. Miss Magda Hoppe
  18. Mr. Georg Jackmann
  19. Mr. Alfons Klambt
  20. Miss Helmtraut Kloevekorn
  21. Miss Hildegard Krause
  22. Miss Hedwig Kutschinsky
  23. Mr. Lacholzki
  24. Miss Ilse Lange
  25. Mr. Hermann Lolt
  26. Miss Mary Mance
  27. Miss Agnes Nicholson
  28. Mr. Josef Ryll
  29. Miss Brunhild Siemann
  30. Miss Erika Scheringer
  31. Miss Irmgard Schütt
  32. Miss Martha They
  33. Mr. Kurt Thomalle
  34. Mrs. Ilse Thomalle
  35. Miss Käte Vogt
  36. Mr. Karl Weilandt
  37. Mr. David Wolf
  38. Mrs. Frieda Wolf

To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Gert Corozza
  2. Mr. Werner Schreiber
  3. Mr. Max Templehoff
  4. Mrs. Lily Templehoff

From Southampton

  1. Mr. Joseph Babini
  2. Miss Selma Balbi
  3. Mr. J. Barnett
  4. Mr. John Brennau
  5. Mrs. Margaret Brennau
  6. Miss Kathryn Brennau
  7. Mr. James Cane
  8. Mrs. Anthony Cane
  9. Miss Glenna Carus
  10. Miss Elizabeth Caviness
  11. Mr. Leon Caviness
  12. Mrs. Caviness
  13. Mr. George Caviness
  14. Harold Caviness
  15. Mrs. Kathleen Davidon
  16. Miss Eileen Davidson
  17. Mrs. Stella Davidson
  18. Mrs. W. Dinan
  19. Mrs. M. Doyle
  20. Mrs. M. Doyle
  21. Miss Mary Duffy
  22. Miss Yetta Edelsohn
  23. Mr. James Galvin
  24. Mr. Ira Haltiwanger
  25. Mr. S. Harnes
  26. Mrs. Catharina Hayes
  27. Mr. John Herndon
  28. Mr. Hirata
  29. Mr. Leon Katz
  30. Mrs. W. O'Leary
  31. Mr. Marvin Levin
  32. Miss Dorris Mc Lean
  33. Mr. D. Morris
  34. Mrs. M. Morris
  35. Miss Ruth Olson
  36. Mr. Peterson
  37. Mrs. Peterson
  38. Mrs. H. Shields
  39. Miss M. Schneider
  40. Mr. Fred Schramm
  41. Mrs. Schramm
  42. Dr. Joseph Schrup
  43. Mr. J. Schwartz
  44. Mr. Tobey
  45. Mrs. Tobey
  46. Victor Wall
  47. Miss Mirma Wallace
  48. Miss Hazel Walsh
  49. Mr. Yamana
  50. Mrs. Ella Zinn

From Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Senator Arango
  2. Mrs. Eva Barcay
  3. Miss René Barr
  4. Miss Arbella Barr
  5. Mr. Leslie Bigelow
  6. Mr. Charles Bigelow
  7. Mrs. Josephine Brew
  8. Mr. Charles Carter
  9. Mrs. Carter
  10. Miss Dorothy Chamberlain
  11. Mr. Fred Clarke
  12. Mrs. Clarke
  13. Miss Helen Clarke
  14. Miss Magaret Cummings
  15. Miss Elisabeth Ditzell
  16. Miss Edna Duge
  17. Miss Renee Fantin
  18. Mr. Irving First
  19. Mrs. First
  20. Mr. James Flack
  21. Mrs. Flack
  22. Miss Caroline Hunter
  23. Mrs. Janduhr
  24. Mr. John Korsvessis
  25. Mr. Alex Krebs
  26. Mrs. Maintz
  27. Dr. Isidor Mechanek
  28. Mr. Mintzis
  29. Mrs. Mintzis
  30. Mr. William Nicholson
  31. Mr. William Nicholson
  32. Mr. F. M. Oneill
  33. Mrs. Oneill
  34. Oneill
  35. Miss Theresa Oneill
  36. Miss Louise Paine
  37. Miss Adelaide Peretti
  38. Miss Helen Sanford
  39. Miss Feru Shackelford
  40. Mr. Bernard Shapiro
  41. Mr. J. Simon
  42. Miss Edna Sollitt
  43. Miss Doris Schneider
  44. Miss Doris Schneider
  45. Mr. Seih Storch
  46. Mr. John Strasser
  47. Mr. John Trent
  48. Mrs. Anne Trent
  49. Miss Marion Trent
  50. Mr. Wallerstein
  51. Mrs. Wallersein
  52. Miss Anne Walsh
  53. Miss Gladys Webster
  54. Dr. Sally Wegner
  55. Mr. Abraham Weideper
  56. Mr. Eugene Weiss
  57. Mr. Bernard Wolfsy
  58. Mr. Allan van Wyck

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Michael Aigner
  2. Mr. Anton Aimer
  3. Mrs. Mary Aimer
  4. Mr. Mauritz André
  5. Mrs. Erna André
  6. Mr. Andrew Andersen
  7. Mr. Harald Andersen
  8. Mrs. Elly Armen
  9. Mr. Stefan Bakos
  10. Mr. Herbert Baldowski
  11. Mr. Joseph Benkovitz
  12. Mrs. Libbi Benkovitz
  13. Mr. Frank Beran
  14. Mrs. Leopoldine Beran
  15. Mr. Heinrich Beste
  16. Mr. Hans Bevier
  17. Mr. Günther Büchler
  18. Mr. Ernst Georg Burmeister
  19. Miss Margareth Cassar
  20. Mr. Jack Cooper
  21. Mr. Simon Deutsch
  22. Mrs. Matilde Einhorn and Children
  23. Mr. Karl Engler
  24. Mr. Otto Eppinger
  25. Mr. Theodor Erman
  26. Mr. Walter Ernst
  27. Mr. Hermann Falk
  28. Mr. Oswald Fischer
  29. Mrs. Louise Fischer
  30. Arnold Fischer
  31. Mr. Marko Flanchik
  32. Miss Helene Frenzei
  33. Mr. Ludwig Frohmann
  34. Mr. John Garger
  35. Mrs. Mary Garger
  36. Mary Garger
  37. Mr. Peter Gatso
  38. Mr. Alfred Goll
  39. Mrs. Jennie Goll
  40. Paul Goll
  41. Mr. Max Goodfriend
  42. Mrs. Frieda Goodfriend
  43. Blaina Ch. Goodfriend
  44. Mr. Henry A. Goralski
  45. Mr. Wilhelm Gosewisch
  46. Mrs. Katarina Grabania
  47. Mr. Hans Grabinger
  48. Mr. Dominic Grubessich
  49. Miss Maria Gscheidle
  50. Mr. Ewstafi Gulcki
  51. Mr. Dave Hajnal
  52. Mr. E. Harris
  53. Mr. Hermann Hassenfeld
  54. Mrs. Hermann Hassenfeld
  55. Mrs. Ida Heinrich
  56. Mr. W. B. Henke
  57. Mrs. Elise Heubach
  58. Mr. Wladimir Horbath
  59. Miss Emmy Hörnlein
  60. Mr. Hugo Hrtanck
  61. Mrs. Augusta Hrtanck
  62. Mr. Abraham Hymann
  63. Miss Therese Jung
  64. Miss Magdal. Jung
  65. Mrs. Martha Kambach
  66. Mrs. Lony Katzer
  67. Helga Katzer
  68. Mrs. Margarethe Keller
  69. Mr. Joe Klaker
  70. Mr. Herbert Knabe
  71. Mr. Fritz Knauff
  72. Mr. Jacob Kornat
  73. Miss Hedwiga Kousek
  74. Mr. Joseph Kowall
  75. Miss Anna Kracsung
  76. Mr. Josef Kreis
  77. Mr. Franz Krüger
  78. Mrs. Maria Kühnen
  79. Mr. Michel Kupfer
  80. Mr. Langseth
  81. Mr. Andrej Latushko
  82. Miss Margarethe Leithner
  83. Mr. William Lerner
  84. Mr. Albert Levänaho
  85. Mrs. Kitty Liebl
  86. Mr. Car! Lissner
  87. Mr. Arthur Marx
  88. Mr. Charles A. Merkel
  89. Mrs. Frieda Meyer
  90. Henry Meyer
  91. Mr. Fritz Minger
  92. Mrs. Maria Mircsi
  93. Mrs. Anne Molinis
  94. Justina Molinis
  95. Miss Luise Moss
  96. Miss Maria Nadol
  97. Mr. K. Nakonezsny
  98. Mrs. Edith Näppilä
  99. Panus Näppilä
  100. Violet Näppilä
  101. Mr. Sofran Nickadinovic
  102. Mr. Heinrich Nolte
  103. Mrs. Elisabeth Nolte
  104. Margareth Nolte
  105. Mr. Nils Nordström
  106. Mrs. Josephine Nordström
  107. Mr. John Pantella
  108. Mrs. Agnes Putz
  109. Grete Putz
  110. Mr. Alexoff Rampo
  111. Mr. John Reinertz
  112. Miss Martha Richter
  113. Mr. Frederik Roller
  114. Mrs. Caroline Roller
  115. Mr. Friedrich Sandner
  116. Mr. Henry D. Sasse
  117. Mr. Michael Sawon
  118. Miss Elvira Sehlbach
  119. Mr. Reinhold Seidel
  120. Mrs. Anna Semonavicius
  121. Miss Valerija Semonavicius
  122. Mr. Murry Shepard
  123. Mr. Kurl Siems
  124. Mr. Anton Slogar
  125. Mrs. Mary Slogar
  126. Mr. George Spoa
  127. Miss Sofia Szulc
  128. Miss Schow
  129. Mr. Israel Schurek
  130. Mr. Josef Stehlik
  131. Mr. Jacob Strahove
  132. Mrs. Anna Teetz
  133. Mr. Alf Thomassen
  134. Mr. Karl Tscherney
  135. Mrs. Josefa Tscherney
  136. Miss Elisabeth Voigt
  137. Mrs. Webster
  138. Mr. Josef Weske
  139. Mr. Max Wiesen
  140. Miss Marie Windisch
  141. Miss Anna Wolf
  142. Mr. Max Ziegler
  143. Mr. Michael Zinchook
  144. Mrs. Elsie Zinchook
  145. Mr. Walter Zinchook
  146. Miss Hennie Zinchook
  147. Anna Zinchook
  148. Mr. Simon Zoldos

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Fritz Klotz    
  2. Mr. Walter Schüttel
  3. Miss Elly Walenn         
  4. Mr. Johann Wehrmann

From Southampton

  1. Mr. Emanuel Adel
  2. Mr. Jules Alkoff
  3. Mr. David Azecle
  4. Mr. Katin Blaschke
  5. Miss S. Cohen
  6. Miss F. Cohen
  7. Mr. Irving Ettmann
  8. Mr. C. Glassmann
  9. Mr. M. Glassmann
  10. Mr. Jacob Katz
  11. Mr. Morris Kusner
  12. Mr. Albert Lasdon
  13. Mrs. Elizabeth McCann
  14. Mr. Roy R. Me Dowell
  15. Mr. Hermann Mark
  16. Mr. Philipp Maser
  17. Mr. Naperslak
  18. Mr. Hush C. O'Reilly
  19. Mr. Richard Schank
  20. Mrs. Schank and Child
  21. Mr. Isadore Scheckner
  22. Mr. Isadore Schnee
  23. Mr. Aaron Weiner

From Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Isidore Abrams
  2. Mr. Laszlo Acs
  3. Mr. Charlo Bellin
  4. Mr. Morris Budney
  5. Mr. Frederick R. Chevalier
  6. Mrs. Wesley Delaney
  7. Mrs. Mary Delaney
  8. Miss Edna Duge
  9. Miss K. Ellis
  10. Mr. Itze Futtermann
  11. Heir Lester Goldstein
  12. Mrs. Anna Haitz
  13. Edna Haitz
  14. Mrs. P. Hilsdale
  15. Paul Hilsdale
  16. Mr. John Huber
  17. Mrs. Marie Huber
  18. Rosemary Huber
  19. Mr. Thomas Jensen
  20. Miss Beate Jones
  21. Mr. Carlos M. Julia
  22. Miss Bertha Lager
  23. Mr. Harry Lipkowitz
  24. Miss Edith Millner
  25. Mr. Bernard Mishuris
  26. Mr. J. Neradoff
  27. Mr. Carl Shaw
  28. Miss Ruth Mc. Sparrau
  29. Mr. Martin Suter
  30. Mr. Laszlo Svaradi
  31. Mr. Walter Warnecke
  32. Mrs. Stessie Wilensky

BREMEN
The City of Bremen receives its Overseas Guests at the Columbus Quay, in Bremerhaven, in the European "Station on the Sea-front". In 1 ½ hours by train or 50 minutes by motorcar one reaches the 70 Kilometers distant City on the Weser, the old Hanseatic City of Bremen; the city which, as a cultivated patrician city with its magnificent sites, offers the travelling public beautiful historical buildings and select Hotels and Restaurants, and at the same time, possessing the most modern docks, is the busy centre of an extensive overseas-trade.

In contrast to the everyday appearance of many of the Hanseatic towns Bremen presents an architectural picture which makes everyone feel at home. Century-old tradition has made its impression. The Market Square is the focus of all that is characteristic of this city.

The grouping of such venerable buildings as the magnificent City Hall, the valiant Roland, the Cathedral Spires reaching heavenwards, the golden "Schütting" (Chamber of Commerce) was created from that proud, independent spirit of citizenship which has made Bremen. It was the same energy of tenacious citizenship that sailed the first steamship on the Weser, inaugurated the first regular transatlantic Mail Line between Bremen and New York, created the first commercial submarine and rendered possible the first East-to-West Air flight over the ocean.

But all this has not disturbed the dignified tranquility of the City. The centre of the city is too distant from the docks, shipyards and factories to be affected by their noises. The old moats are still in a good state of preservation and, like a green garland, entwine the actual City with is numerous reminiscences of the German medieval period. Although modern Offices and Administration buildings have sprung up in the City and the Rhythm of Life has become more pronounced, the melody has remained the same.

Even Romance survives and has found an expression as equally intrepid as it is strong, in the Böttcherstraße which branches - off from the Market Square. No wonder then, that many a globe-trotter was captivated with Bremen and meditatively sat in the "Ratskeller" brooding over the question as to how it was that this City offered a feeling of security and at the same time disclosed so much energy, how it was that this City had the best Wines and supplied the whole of Europe with Cotton, has the oldest Buildings, and builds the most modern ships, has Citizens whose residency dates back for generations, and opens up connections to all parts of the globe.

Passenger Information

Letters for Passengers will be brought on board at the port of destination before the passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

Letters And Telegrams. The Chief Steward has charge of the distribution of incoming mail. Letters for passengers will be brought on board at the port of arrival before the passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.

Before leaving the ship passengers are recommended to leave their address at the purser's office, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded on to them. Letters and telegrams may be directed in c/o any of the Company's agents.

Telegrams to be dispatched from the next port are accepted at the purser's office only, wireless messages at the ship's wireless station.

Treatment of Sea-Sickness. Travelers who have a tendency to suffer from sea-sickness have an opportunity on this steamer to undergo an entirely new treatment whereby relief is afforded through a process of inhaling certain remedies.

Experience has shown so far that successful results are obtained in practically every case. Passengers who desire to avail themselves of this new treatment against sea-sickness are requested to apply to the Ship's doctor.

For each treatment, a voucher for RM. 2.— must be signed which, at the end of the voyage must be cashed with the Chief Steward. Persons rendering the treatment are not allowed to accept cash-payments.

Landing Cards. Before leaving the vessel the holder must present the landing card to a U.S. Immigration Inspector for endorsement.

Photographer. The photographer is entitled to charge for his services in accordance with the tariff exhibited.

Service. Passengers are requested, in their own interest, to submit any complaints they may have to make to the Captain at the time of his daily round of inspection every morning. The wishes of the passengers will be considered as far as practicably possible.

Firearms. The carrying of fire arms of any kind is prohibited by law in the U. S. A. Offenders are liable to heavy fines and punishment.

Money, valuables etc. The purser will accept valuables etc. duly scaled or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The purser will give a receipt on demand.

Baggage. Hand-baggage and one cabin-trunk may be taken into the cabin, but the cabin-trunk must not exceed the maximum size, i. e. 3' 3" long by 1' 11" wide and 1' 1" high.

Larger articles of baggage will be stored in the hold, and will be accessible to passengers at certain times daily. Baggage may not be deposited in the corridors.

Each passenger must fill up a "Customs-Declaration" of his or her personal baggage.
In the case of families the oldest member is entitled to fill up this declaration for the whole family. Blank forms will be distributed on board the steamer.

Pieces of baggage, packets etc., destined to be re-forwarded, for storage, or for delivery to a third party, are to be handed to the Baggage Master who, alone, is competent to receive them.

The Company accepts no responsibility for any article handed over by passengers to other members of the ship's personnel.

Passengers are requested to take care that, before leaving the st earner, no personal belongings are left in their cabins or elsewhere aboard.

Passengers are specially recommended in their own interest to look after their hand baggage upon landing in the port of destination.

Arrangements must be made with the Customs Inspector at the port of disembarkation respecting any baggage to be forwarded under bond to a further destination. Such baggage must be specially mentioned in the Customs Declaration and the value thereof stated.

Baggage to be forwarded by a later sailing must reach the port of destination within three months' of the passenger's arrival, and must be included in the Customs Declaration as baggage accompanying the passenger.

Animals. All animals, regardless of size and kind, will be accommodated aboard in suitable quarters. It is not under any circumstances allowed to take animals into any rooms used by passengers or to lead them around on any part of the steamer set aside for the convenience of passengers.

Passengers who are required to observe their immigration formalities at Ellis Island have to exchange the Company's baggage tickets for the Ellis Island metal checks as soon as their baggage has been inspected by the American custom-house officers, and before proceeding to Ellis Island.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 1 July 1932.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 1 July 1932. GGA Image ID # 160ed1fc6e

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