SS Bremen Passenger List - 9 July 1936

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 9 July 1936 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 9 July 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain L. Ziegenbein. GGA Image ID # 162aa7c4c4

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  L. Ziegenbein
  • Chief Officer: W. Michaelsen
  • Chief Engineer: J. Hundt
  • Chief Purser: F. Baum
  • Purser Tourist Class: D. Zelle
  • Purser Third Class:. T. Dellith
  • First Surgeon: Dr. W. Fischer
  • Second Surgeon: Dr. A. Gocht
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: A. Heyer
  • Special Travel Service: Frl. Dr. Ferber
  • Sport Officer: H. Rannoch
  • Managing Chief Steward: A. Pohl
  • Chief Steward Cabin Class: F. Schedelmann
  • Chief Steward Tourist Class: J. Büscher
  • Chief Steward Third Class: C. Herrmann
  • Chief Stewart Restaurant: G. Zeidler
  • Managing Chief Cook: K. Unger
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator First Officer: K. Gerstung
  • Baggage Master: A. Dauelsberg

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Miss Alice Abbott
  2. Mr. Curtis Abrams
  3. Miss Ellen Ashley
  4. Mr. Vernon Atkins
  5. Mrs. Madelyn Bader
  6. Mr. Andrew Balla
  7. Miss Cora Bauer
  8. Mr. Baziotis
  9. Mrs. Baziotis
  10. Mrs. P. Beiding
  11. Mr. Paul Beninghausen
  12. Mrs. Elly Bernet
  13. Elroy Bernet
  14. Dr. Paul Biedermann
  15. Mr. Pastor Herbert Binhammer
  16. Miss Birsle
  17. Mr. Walter Bjerregard
  18. Mr. Siegmund Bloch
  19. Mr. Ernest Blume
  20. Miss Amalie Bodenheimer
  21. Mr. Curt-Heinrich Boecker
  22. Mr. Alfred Boehm
  23. Mr. Leopold Bonem
  24. Mr. Pater Bernhard Bonk
  25. Mr. William Borchers
  26. Mr. Kurt Bormann
  27. Mr. Pierre Boudet
  28. Mr. John Braik
  29. Dr. Franz Braun
  30. Mr. Franz Brauschoss
  31. Mr. John Brenner
  32. Mr. Paul Brine
  33. Dr. Frederick Brock
  34. Mrs. Brock
  35. Miss Dolores Brock
  36. Mr. Mackenzie Brown
  37. Mr. August Budde
  38. Mrs. Meta Budde
  39. Mr. Burleigh
  40. Mrs. Burleigh
  41. Miss Therese Busath
  42. Mr. Carlier
  43. Mrs. Carlier
  44. Mr. Joseph Chantrel
  45. Mr. Hubert Chappel
  46. Mrs. Myrle Chappel
  47. Miss Charlesworth
  48. Mrs. Christen
  49. Miss Ruth Clouse
  50. Mr. Denver Collins
  51. Mrs. Collins
  52. Miss Grace Collins
  53. Mr. Fritz Darmstaetter
  54. Mr. John Deertz
  55. Mrs. Adeline Deertz
  56. Virginia Diegelmann
  57. Mrs. Kath Diegelmann
  58. Mr. Erich Dietrich
  59. Mrs. Elizabeth Dietrich
  60. Mr. Heinrich Dircks
  61. Mrs. Agnes Dircks
  62. Mr. H. Doemming
  63. Mrs. von Doemming
  64. Mr. Donald
  65. Mrs. Donald
  66. Mrs. Margarethe Douglas
  67. Mrs. Elsa von Eckartsberg
  68. Mr. John Eichhorn
  69. Mrs. Bertha Eichhorn
  70. Miss L. Ellenberger
  71. Mrs. Margarete Feinstein
  72. Mr. Eugen Fiedler
  73. Mrs. Gertrud Fiedler
  74. Miss Betty Finin
  75. Dr. Kaspar Fischer
  76. Miss Ida Fischer
  77. Miss C. Frankel
  78. Miss H. Frankel
  79. Mr. Murray Gawne
  80. Dr. W. Geittmann
  81. Mr. W. Geittmann
  82. Miss Hermine Gfaller
  83. Miss Lillian Gilbeth
  84. Miss E. Glauert
  85. Miss Minnie Glazerbrook
  86. Mr. Percy Gomery
  87. Mrs. Gomery
  88. Miss Frances Gomez
  89. Mrs. Aenne Gotthelft
  90. Mr. Walter Graf
  91. Mrs. Graf
  92. Miss Emma Graf
  93. Mrs. Wilhelmine Greenan
  94. Mr. Harry Greenway
  95. Mr. Grimes
  96. Miss K. Grimm
  97. Mr. Walter Grossmann
  98. Mrs. lila Gruendel
  99. Mrs. Hertha Hahnke
  100. Miss M. Halligan
  101. Mr. Chaa Hancock
  102. Dr. J. Heckei
  103. Mr. Unold Keinen
  104. Mr. Rev. Martin Hellriegel
  105. Mrs. Clara Hill
  106. Mr. Wm. Hislop
  107. Mr. Karl Hoehne
  108. Mrs. Anna Hoehne
  109. Mr. Werner Hoehne
  110. Mr. Nicholas de Hoyningen-Huenle
  111. Mrs. Jamara de Hoyningen-Huenle
  112. Miss H. Hughes
  113. Mr. Huse
  114. Mrs. Alardine Jacobsen
  115. Mr. Kalkutis
  116. Mrs. Kalkutis
  117. Mr. Ludolf Kassebaum
  118. Mr. Max Keil
  119. Mr. John Kober
  120. Dr. Martin Konschak
  121. Mr. W. Krabbe
  122. Mr. Heinz Kriegei
  123. Mr. Emil Kroner
  124. Mr. Julius Landage
  125. Mrs. Maria Landage
  126. Mr. Friedrich Langer
  127. Mr. Rev. M. Lawnicki
  128. Mr. Rev. Joseph Leich
  129. Miss Frieda Lexow
  130. Miss Elizabeth Lieber
  131. Mr. R. Light
  132. Mrs. Light
  133. Mrs. Georgine Lobig
  134. Dr. Gerhard
  135.  Lobmayer
  136. Dr. Ernest Loy
  137. Mr. Erwin Ludmann
  138. Mr. Herbert Mc Kay
  139. Mrs. Ella Marowski
  140. Mr. O. Martin
  141. Miss Thelma Meadows
  142. Mr. J. Merian
  143. Mr. Harvey Merker
  144. Mrs. Merker
  145. Mrs. Majorie Merker
  146. Mr. Henry Merker
  147. Mr. Messerli
  148. Mr. Wilhelm Meyer
  149. Mr. Orie Miller
  150. Mrs. Elta Miller
  151. Miss Lois Miller
  152. Mr. John Milne
  153. Miss Gertrude Moeller
  154. Mr. John Morgan
  155. Mr. Christopher Mueller
  156. Mrs. Margarete Mueller
  157. Mr. Nettleton
  158. Mrs. Nettleton
  159. Mr. Rejnhold Nissen
  160. Mrs. Katherine Norris
  161. Mr. Hermann Peter
  162. Mrs. Emma Peter
  163. Mr. B. Philippo
  164. Mrs. Philippo und Kind
  165. Mrs. A. Phillips
  166. Dr. Kaspar Pischel
  167. Mrs. Anna Poirot
  168. Mr. Heinrich Potzek
  169. Mrs. Hanna Potzek
  170. Dr. Konrad Prothmann
  171. Mr. Rachui
  172. Prof. Nicholas Raschevsky
  173. Mr. Rathke
  174. Dr. John Rattensbury
  175. Miss Grace Rattensbury
  176. Mr. Kauno Rintakoski
  177. Mrs. Mathilde Rochel
  178. Miss Steffi Rosenbaum
  179. Eva Rosenbaum
  180. Mr. Rudolf Rothschild
  181. Mr. Hans Renz
  182. Mr. Retten
  183. Mr. Retten
  184. Mr. Ruprecht
  185. Mr. Rolf Sartorius
  186. Mrs. Jean Sartorius
  187. Mrs. Caecilie Seaton
  188. Mrs. Ruth Sedgwick
  189. Miss Yoy Sedgwick
  190. Mr. Richard Seiler
  191. Miss Gisella Seiller
  192. Mrs. Theresia Seiller
  193. Mrs. Dr. Gertrud Siegert
  194. Mr. Hellmut Siegling
  195. Mr. Slikker
  196. Mrs. Slikker
  197. Mr. Robert Smith
  198. Mrs. Bertha Smith
  199. Mr. Sobotoker
  200. Mrs. Marie Soest-Smock
  201. Miss Christine Soest
  202. Mr. Henry Spittler
  203. Mrs. Elizabeth Spittler
  204. Elizabeth Spittler
  205. Mr. Albert Spitz
  206. Mr. Karel Svehla
  207. Mr. Knute Unger
  208. Mrs. Emily Sullivan
  209. Prof. Albert Sy
  210. Mrs. Lucetta Sy
  211. Mr. Fritz Schlabbach
  212. Mrs. Maria Schmalz
  213. Mr. P. Schneider
  214. Mrs. Schneider
  215. Mr. Kurt Scholze
  216. Mr. Wilhelm Schroeder
  217. Miss Martha Schwegmann
  218. Mrs. Sophie Schwehm
  219. Mr. Fred Steiger
  220. Mr. Gotthold Steiner
  221. Mrs. Edith Steinfeld
  222. Dr. John Stokes
  223. Mrs. Stokes
  224. Mr. Blanche Storks
  225. Mrs. Luise Strutz
  226. Miss von Stuelpnagel
  227. Miss Emilie Ticha-Friedrichova
  228. Miss O. Townsend
  229. Mr. Vassardakis
  230. Mr. John Vette
  231. Mr. Kurt Vierlinger
  232. Miss Kunigunde Voigt
  233. Mrs. Marie Voss
  234. Mr. Michael Wacuha
  235. Mr. Georg Washington
  236. Miss Helen Watson
  237. Mr. Hans Wendel
  238. Mrs. Klara Wendt
  239. Mr. O. Westphal
  240. Mrs. Helen Wing
  241. Mr. Rudolf Winkler
  242. Miss Elizabeth Whitney
  243. Mr. Joseph Wortsmann
  244. Mrs. Johanna Zacho
  245. Mr. Axel Zacho
  246. Mr. Carl Zauche
  247. Mr. Carl Zauche
  248. Dr. Robert Zink

To Southampton

  1. Miss Antoinette de Bellissen
  2. Mr. Willi Brock
  3. Mr. Theodor Buenting
  4. Mr. Hans Burmester
  5. Miss Dorothy Clough
  6. Mrs. Jane Degenhardt
  7. Mr. Adolf Dessauer
  8. Mr. Hermann Dey
  9. Mrs. Mary Drewes
  10. Philip Drewes
  11. Mr. Roland Drewes
  12. Mrs. Oberst am Ende
  13. Mr. L. Ensle
  14. Mr. Gustav Espitalier
  15. Miss Rose Farkas
  16. Miss Kaethe Feiler
  17. Mr. Werner Fernholz
  18. Mr. Ruprecht Fischer
  19. Mr. Alfred Förster
  20. Mr. Joseph Gerhard
  21. Mr. Suse Gerstel
  22. Mr. Erich Goette
  23. Mrs. Beatrice Gum
  24. Mrs. Gurewitsch
  25. Miss Rose Hempel
  26. Mrs. Johanna Herforth
  27. Miss Ingeborg Herforth
  28. Mr. Richard Hindle
  29. Mr. Salo Hornung
  30. Mr. Herbert Huber
  31. Mrs. Lucy Hughes
  32. Miss Magdeleine Jehn
  33. Mr. Edward Jones
  34. Miss Evelin Jones
  35. Miss Eleanor Jones
  36. Mr. Oskar Kahl
  37. Mrs. Klara Kahl
  38. Miss Margaret Kaye
  39. Mr. Reinhard Keller
  40. Miss Charlotte Kersten
  41. Mr. Guenther Klepzig
  42. Mr. Koeppschen
  43. Miss Liselott Kupfer
  44. Mr. Herbert Kutschbach
  45. Professor Dr. Otto Landsberg
  46. Miss Margarete Lemke
  47. Miss Ursula Lenze
  48. Mr. Hugo Lesser
  49. Mrs. Lesser
  50. Mr. Richard Lohmann
  51. Miss Irmgard Luehrs
  52. Miss Ursula Luehrs
  53. Mrs. Lulu Macdonald
  54. Miss Elizabeth Menke
  55. Mr. Artur Metasch
  56. Mr. Edmund Mollik
  57. Mr. Werner Morik
  58. Mr. Guenther Morik
  59. Mrs. Dora Moschkowitz
  60. Miss Clara Noltenius
  61. Mr. Carl Paeschke
  62. Mr. Lajos Pfisterer
  63. Mr. Arthur Proksthain
  64. Miss Gisela Rauch
  65. Miss Marie-Doris Reimann
  66. Miss Helga Reinhardt
  67. Miss Helene Ross
  68. Mrs. Helene Rubien
  69. Mr. Gerhard Rubien
  70. Sigrid Rubien
  71. Mr. Karl Ruesike
  72. Miss Maria Sachs
  73. Mr. Eugen Semmler
  74. Miss Gerti Seyfried
  75. Mrs. Erna Simion
  76. Mr. Ernst Simion
  77. Mrs. Simon
  78. Mr. Simon
  79. Mrs. Sonnenfeld
  80. Mrs. Speaight
  81. Miss Gertrud Schaub
  82. Mrs. Lilian Schmid
  83. Mrs. Else Schmidt
  84. Miss Annemarie Schmitz
  85. Miss Lilli Schneider
  86. Miss Annie Schrecker
  87. Mr. Guenther Schwartze
  88. Mrs. Margaret Schwarz und Kind
  89. Miss Thea Stehle
  90. Dr. Kult Strauss
  91. Miss Anneliese Thiermann
  92. Miss Rosemaiie Thiermann
  93. Miss Ursula Voss
  94. Mr. Robert Wayne
  95. Mr. Weidener
  96. Mr. Gunther Werther
  97. Mr. Hans Winter
  98. Mr. Walter Zander

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Elizabeth Aerne
  2. Alfred Aerne
  3. Mr. Heinrich Albersmeier
  4. Mr. James T. Allen
  5. Mr. Paul Allgaier
  6. Mr. Stefan Argyalan
  7. Mr. Friedrich Bächtle
  8. Mrs. Else Bächtle
  9. Charles Bächtle
  10. Mrs. Frances Belcik
  11. Mr. Walter Bergmann
  12. Mr. Jakob Bimkammer
  13. Mr. Jakob Bischoff
  14. Mr. Josef Blank
  15. Mr. Erwin Blendermann
  16. Mrs. Mathilde Bornhorn
  17. Mr. Henry Brand
  18. Mrs. Hildegard Brand
  19. Heinz Brand
  20. Mrs. Marga Brauer
  21. Mrs. Maurice P. Brinton
  22. Miss M. Gildard Brown
  23. Miss Brown
  24. Mrs. Maria Brunner
  25. Mr. Wilh. Bublitz
  26. Mrs. Sofie Bublitz
  27. Miss Hildegard Burkhardt
  28. Mrs. Emma Byrne
  29. Mr. Winsor Cassler
  30. Mr. Edmond Chaptelain
  31. Dr. Edwin M. Cole
  32. Mrs. Lucy C. Cole
  33. Mrs. Anna Colombel
  34. Dr. Frederick B. Deknatel
  35. Mr. Christoph Duehlmeier
  36. Mr. Karl Egger
  37. Mrs. Else Egger
  38. Mr. A. F. Elliott
  39. Mr. L. Ericson
  40. Mr. Julius Erlenbach
  41. Mrs. Elisabeth Erlenbach
  42. Mrs. Elisabeth Essenyi
  43. Joseph Essenyi
  44. Mr. Alfred Fessier
  45. Mr. Emil Kessler
  46. Mr. Luther R. Fowle
  47. Mr. Oskar Fränzel
  48. Mrs. Auguste Fränzel
  49. Edith Fränzel
  50. Miss Elfriede Geigenmüller
  51. Miss Elsie Gotsche
  52. Mr. Ernst Grass
  53. Mrs. Helen Gross
  54. Mr. Charles Grünenwald
  55. Mrs. Elisabeth Grünenwald
  56. Mr. John S. C. Guest
  57. Miss Irene Gütelhöfer
  58. Miss Rosalie Haller
  59. Mrs. Elisabeth Hanelt
  60. Mr. August Harneit
  61. Mr. Otto Hartmann
  62. Mrs. Helene Hartmann
  63. Mrs. Anna Hartmeier
  64. Emma Hauser
  65. Mrs. Ella Heikmann
  66. Heikinann
  67. Heikmann
  68. Mr. Richard Helander
  69. Mr. Robert Heldens
  70. Mr. John B. Herboth Jr.
  71. Mr. John Herold
  72. Mrs. Gertrud Herold
  73. Mr. Friedr. Karl Hoehn
  74. Mrs. Margarete Hofmann
  75. Mrs. Anna Holst
  76. Mr. Michal Hutnik
  77. Mr. Erich Jost
  78. Mrs. Jost
  79. Mr. Ingolf Karlson
  80. Mr. Ernst Karock
  81. Mr. Otto v. Kellenbach
  82. Mrs. Elisabeth Kepes
  83. Mr. Michael Kettl
  84. Mrs. Anna Kettl
  85. Aloisia Kettl
  86. Mr. Edmund Kieborz
  87. Mr. Valentin Kirch
  88. Mrs. Kirch
  89. Miss Josefine Kircher
  90. Miss Marta KirchMr.
  91. Miss Maria Kleefeld
  92. Miss Josefina Klestinoc
  93. Mr. Josef Knopf
  94. Mrs. Rosina Knopf
  95. Dr. Georg Kohnt
  96. Mrs. Therese Kolliver
  97. Miss Mary Krauk
  98. Mr. Karl Krautsieder
  99. Mrs. Theresia Krautsieder
  100. Mrs. Rose Krchnak
  101. Mr. Eduard Kretschmer
  102. Mr. August Krull
  103. Mr. Missionar Ernst Kuhlmann
  104. Mr. Charles Kurtz
  105. Mrs. Marie Kurtz
  106. Mr. Friedrich Lange
  107. Mrs. Luise Lange
  108. Prof. Leslie Leavitt
  109. Mrs. Margaret Leavitt
  110. Howard Leavitt
  111. Daniel Leavitt
  112. Margaret Leavitt
  113. Helen Leavitt
  114. Miss Maria Leitner
  115. Miss Hedwig Liefke
  116. Mr. Julius Liefke
  117. Mr. Arthur Lih
  118. Mrs. Norweig Lih
  119. Mr. Frank J. Link
  120. Mr. Herbert Loewe
  121. Mr. Gustav Lührs
  122. Mr. Harold Lumb
  123. Mrs. Frances Lumb
  124. Mrs. Marie Marcell
  125. Miss Maria Marinkowski
  126. Mr. Ernst Marock
  127. Mrs. Erika Mayer
  128. Sigrid Mayer
  129. Mrs. Helene Milde
  130. Mr. Rev. E. W. Milrok
  131. Mrs. Milrok
  132. Mr. Paul Minarovich
  133. Mrs. Marie Moll
  134. Mr. Josef Morvai
  135. Mrs. Elisabeth Morvai
  136. Oscar Morvai
  137. Evelyn Morvai
  138. Julianna Morvai
  139. Mrs. Gertrud Muller
  140. Mrs. Rosa Müller
  141. Mrs. Bertha Nagel
  142. Mrs. Emilie Nehs
  143. Mr. Oscar Nelson
  144. Mrs. Oscar Nelson
  145. Miss Dora Norden
  146. Mrs. Claire Noyes
  147. Mr. Hermann Nuxoll
  148. Mrs. Maria Oebel
  149. Mr. John Okray
  150. Mrs. Franziska Padrta
  151. Miss Hanni Pedersen
  152. Mrs. Barbara Pelantova
  153. Mrs. Erna Pfaefle
  154. Mr. Gerhard Pfaefle
  155. Mr. Otto J. Pfeiffer
  156. Mrs. Pearl R. Pfeiffer
  157. Mr. William Pfleghar
  158. Mrs. Maria Pfleghar
  159. Dorothee Pfleghar
  160. Mr. William Pflüger
  161. Mr. George Phillips
  162. Miss Ada K. Phillippy
  163. Mrs. Marie Platter
  164. Miss Maria Plönges
  165. Mr. John Poljak
  166. Mr. Cyrill Predotta
  167. Mr. Clarence A. Pretzer
  168. Mrs. Hannah R. Pretzer
  169. Mrs. Berta Racz
  170. Mr. Alfred Reiche
  171. Mr. Karl Reitmaier
  172. Mrs. Elsie Reitmaier
  173. Mrs. Kati Resch
  174. Mr. Dikram Restikjan
  175. Mrs. Hilda Restikjan
  176. Mr. Harold Reuther
  177. Mr. William Robertson
  178. Mrs. Anna Rode
  179. Mr. Alfred Rohr
  180. Mr. Eimer Rönka
  181. Mrs. Ida Rönka
  182. Miss T. Rothermel
  183. Mrs. Bertha Rummel
  184. Miss Mela Sachau
  185. Mrs. Johanna Sardie
  186. Miss Sassenberg
  187. Miss Sassenberg
  188. Mr. Christian Sauer
  189. Mr. Max Seifert
  190. Mrs. Marie Seifert
  191. Mr. Michael Seuffert
  192. Miss Clara Shermann
  193. Miss Frieda Siebert
  194. Mrs. Marie Siefringer
  195. Hannelore Siefringer
  196. Miss Elisabeth Siefringer
  197. Miss Johanne Simonsen
  198. Mrs. Paola Skorepovä
  199. Mrs. Elfriede Sommer
  200. Miss Frieda Sudkamp
  201. Mr. Karel Svehla
  202. Miss Mary Szkok
  203. Mr. Emil Szugschies
  204. Mr. Josef Schaefer
  205. Mrs. Clara Schaefer
  206. Mrs. Theresa Schäfer
  207. Miss Meta Schau
  208. Mr. Herbert Schepp
  209. Mrs. Henriette H.Schilbach
  210. Mr. Herman Schilling
  211. Miss Christine Schilling
  212. Mr. Schmid Mrs. Schmid
  213. Mr. John Schmidt
  214. Mr. Hans Schmitt
  215. Mr. Schnidler
  216. Evelyn Schoen
  217. Mrs. Anna Schröder
  218. Miss L. Schuch
  219. Mr. Mathias Schüller
  220. Mrs. Maria Schüller
  221. Mrs. Josefa Schüpfner
  222. Mrs. Anna Stadick
  223. Miss Anna Stadick
  224. Miss Herta Stamm
  225. Miss Franziska Stauss
  226. Mr. Walter H. Stockmayer
  227. Mrs. Katharina Stoiber
  228. Mrs. Mary Strickling
  229. Mrs. Marie Louise Tartz
  230. Miss Marg. Thiele
  231. Mr. Reinhold Tiebus
  232. Mrs. Erna Tiebus
  233. Mr. Frank Todd
  234. Mrs. Eileen Todd
  235. Mr. Fritz Trapp
  236. Mr. Einar Ulgren
  237. Mr. Julius Votteler
  238. Miss Marion Wadland
  239. Mr. O. F. Walker
  240. Mrs. Fanny Walleser
  241. Mr. Karl C. Weber
  242. Mr. Frank Weibel
  243. Mrs. Marie Rose Weibel
  244. Barbara M. Weibel
  245. Mrs. Lydia Weiss
  246. Miss Ilse Weiss
  247. Mr. Albert Weitendorf
  248. Mrs. Berta Weitendorf
  249. Mr. John Wendt
  250. Mrs. Meta Wendt
  251. Mr. Joseph Wenzl
  252. Mr. Georg Wild
  253. Mrs. Margaretha Willms
  254. Miss Margaretha Willms
  255. Mr. Robert Winkler
  256. Mr. James Wise
  257. Mrs. Frieda Zenk
  258. Richard Zenk
  259. Mrs. Louise Ziegler
  260. Miss Marie Zopf

To Southampton

  1. Miss Evelotte Adam
  2. Miss Hilda Agota
  3. Mrs. Stud. Maria Alpers
  4. Miss Hanna Alpers
  5. Mr. Herrn. Alt
  6. Mr. György Apor
  7. Mr. Jenö Bacso
  8. Mr. P. Barkas
  9. Miss Judith Barry
  10. Mr. Charles Blackmann
  11. Mr. György Blayer
  12. Mr. Jenö Bodnar
  13. Mr. Andra Bolgar
  14. Mr. Walter Buff
  15. Miss Ottilie Claudius
  16. Mr. Kenneth Russell Couchman
  17. Miss Julia Csaszar
  18. Mr. Janos Czuka
  19. Miss Erika Danzfuss
  20. Mr. Janos Debreczeni
  21. Mrs. Olivia Debreczeni
  22. Miss Liselotte Dox
  23. Miss Erna Dwerhagen
  24. Mr. Hugh Alan Dyson
  25. Miss Liselotte Ebeling
  26. Miss Zsuzsa Fialla-Döri
  27. Mr. Janos Fleischmann
  28. Miss Julia Forgo
  29. Mr. Gerh. Freudenberg
  30. Miss Algard Friebe
  31. Mr. Arthur Richard Graydon
  32. Miss Terez Gaspar
  33. Miss S. Greulich
  34. Mr. Jack Edmonds Harrington
  35. Mr. Herbert Harrison
  36. Mrs. Alice Harrison
  37. Miss Lieselotte Heinberg
  38. Mr. Hans Heinemann
  39. Dr. Hengst
  40. Mr. Wilhelm Henke
  41. Mr. Karl Heumann
  42. Mr. John Hilton
  43. Mr. Percy Holmes
  44. Mr. György lrsay
  45. Miss Josephine Jaritz
  46. Miss S. Junge
  47. Mr. William Killen
  48. Margareth Killen
  49. Mr. Nathan
  50. Miss Zsuzsa Kispeter
  51. Miss Käthe Kißler
  52. Mr. P. Klapproth
  53. Miss Käthe Kleinmaker
  54. Miss Ibolya Kolozsvary
  55. Mr. Albert König
  56. Mrs. Hildegard König
  57. Miss Christa König
  58. Mr. K. Tamas Körösföi
  59. Miss Maria Krisztinkovits
  60. Miss Gabriella Krisztinkovits
  61. Miss Hilde Kunze
  62. Miss Annemarie Küpper
  63. Miss Vanda Kuthy
  64. Mr. Istvan Ligeti
  65. Mrs. Gladys Loewen
  66. Miss Mathilde Loewen
  67. Mr. Kenneth Lowe
  68. Mr. Istvan Magyar
  69. Miss Marg. Manning
  70. Miss Margit Martini
  71. Miss Lotte Masloff
  72. Mr. Peter Masloff
  73. Miss Evamaria Matthies
  74. Miss Veronika Mezei
  75. Miss Ilse Mohr
  76. Miss Gisela Munter
  77. Miss Emmy Mußmann
  78. Miss Maria Olah
  79. Mr. Alexander Frank Pettitt
  80. Mr. Hans Petzak-Edwards
  81. Mr. Geza vitez Pinter
  82. Miss Zsuzsa Popper
  83. Mr. Frigyes Rapoch
  84. Miss Helga Rehberg
  85. Miss Grete Röbken
  86. Miss Livia Roth
  87. Miss Atalie Rowan
  88. Miss Hanna Rozek
  89. Miss M. Sander
  90. Miss Marie Luise Sennholz
  91. Mr. William Sheer
  92. Mr. Ernest George Silk
  93. Miss Johanne Simonsen
  94. Mr. Singer
  95. Miss Veronika Sugar
  96. Mr. Antal Frohreich Szabo
  97. Mr. Istvan Szegedi Szüts
  98. Mr. Walter Schindler
  99. Mrs. Marie Schindler
  100. Mr. Andras Schreiber
  101. Miss A. Schwerdtfeger
  102. Miss Anna Schwertz
  103. Miss Elisabeth Stolle
  104. Mr. Tamas Tarjan
  105. Mr. Andras Tamoki
  106. Mr. Harald Teltz
  107. Mr. Peter Teltz
  108. Miss Ilse Theisen
  109. Miss Ingeborg Thias
  110. Mr. Adam Tibor
  111. Mr. L. Tienken
  112. Mr. Henry John Turner
  113. Miss Gisela Ulbrich
  114. Miss Emma Vadney
  115. Miss Edith Walter
  116. Mr. Eberhard v. Wasielewski
  117. Miss Helma Wegner-Bomemann
  118. Mr. Thomas Wilkie
  119. Mrs. Erna Wilkie
  120. Mr. Andrew Archibald Yale
  121. Miss Alma Yunghans
  122. Mr. Gabor Zsöllösy

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 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 thefirst 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 its 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 supplied the whole of Europe with Cotton, has old Buildings, and is the home of the Norddeutscher Lloyd who can claim as their own, the fastest ships in the world, "Bremen" and "Europa", and who open up connections to all parts of the globe.

Passenger Information

Letters and Telegrams. The incoming mail will be distributed in the Chief Steward's office. 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 Chief Steward'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 and radiograms to be dispatched from the next port arc accepted at the ship's wireless station.

Landing Formalities in the U.S.A.

  1. Visitors

Before leaving the ship passengers must show their landing-card together with their passport to the U.S. Immigration Inspector.

  1. Immigrants

Besides the above-mentioned documents. Emigrants to America must produce all their legalized immigration papers together with the American visa.

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 sealed 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.

Baggage. All baggage matters will be dealt with on board by the Baggage-Master, who may be interviewed at certain hours. Only the Baggage-Master is authorized to accept baggage or parcels to be forwarded on, stored or delivered to a third person. The Norddeutscher Lloyd assume no responsibility or liability for articles handed to other members of the crew. Passengers must see to it that all baggage, including hand-baggage, Is labelled with the Norddeutscher Lloyd labels which must be properly filled out.

Storing of Baggage. Hand-baggage and one cabin-trunk may be stored in the cabin. The cabin-trunk, however, must not exceed the usual dimensions of 3' 3" long by 1' 11" wide and 1' 1" high. Wardrobe trunks may be taken into the cabin provided the dimensions of the trunk and the cabin permit of this and the passenger is the sole occupant of the room. Baggage can also be stored in the baggage-hold to which passengers have access at certain hours daily. For technical reasons baggage must not be stored in the corridors and lobbies.

Passengers are strongly advised in their own interests to look after their hand-baggage themselves when landing at the port of destination and to see that no personal requisites are left behind In the cabins or elsewhere.

United States Customs Regulations. Each passenger must make out a customs declaration of his personal baggage. In the case of families the oldest member present on the trip is authorized to make out this declaration for the whole family. Forms for this purpose will be handed to the passengers on board.

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 left behind to be forwarded by a later sailing must reach the port of destination within three months of the passengers' arrival and must be included on 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.

''Special Travel Service"

A Special Service Secretary on board will advise and assist passengers making their first visit to a foreign country. This service is also available for travelers with whatever special purpose in view, such as business, social educational etc. This office is prepared to give, any information gratis and, if possible, to assist in bringing the passenger in touch with the desired persons or firms.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 9 July 1936.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 9 July 1936. GGA Image ID # 162b5edf25

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