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SS Bremen Passenger List - 2 June 1937

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 2 June 1937 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 2 June 1937 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain A. Ahrens. GGA Image ID # 163328fa5b

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain A. Ahrens
  • First Officer: E. Warning
  • Chief Engineer: J. Hundt
  • Purser: F. Baum
  • First Doctor: Dr. W. Fischer
  • Second Doctor: Dr. K. Mayer
  • First Officer of the Traffic Office:  M. Stiegele
  • Special Travel Service: Dr. (Miss) Perber
  • Sport Officer: K. Selferth
  • Chief Steward Cabin: F. Schedelmann
  • Steward for Tourist Class: J. Büscher
  • Steward for Third Class: H. Wardenburg
  • Steward for Restaurant: G. Zeidler
  • Chief Cook: K. Unger
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator Senior Officer: K. Gerstung
  • Baggage Master: A. Dauelsherg

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Eladia Abadia
  2. Miss Maria Abadia
  3. Mr. Adolf Adler
  4. Mr. Adolf Armbruster
  5. Mrs. Lydia Armbruster
  6. Miss Gertrud Baden
  7. Miss Baer
  8. Mr. Harry Baleshta
  9. Miss Deborah Bankart
  10. Mr. Rudolf Barfuss
  11. Mr. J. Barnett
  12. Miss Eleanor Bamum
  13. Mr. Adolf Baumgarten
  14. Mr. Werner Baumgarten
  15. Dr. (Miss) Arline Beal
  16. Mr. Ernst Beck
  17. Mr. Siegfried Beck
  18. Mr. Ernst Bing
  19. Mrs. Bing
  20. Mrs. Henry Blackwell
  21. Mrs. Corinne Blair
  22. Mr. Viktor Bräcker
  23. Miss Louise Brand
  24. Mr. John Brandt
  25. Miss Klara Braun
  26. Mr. Hans Breitung
  27. Mrs. Charlotte Breitung
  28. Mr. Walter Bremicker
  29. Mr. Georg Breuer
  30. Mr. Heinrich Brinkmann
  31. Mrs. Katharina Brodowiak
  32. Miss Myrtle Brown
  33. Miss Eleanore Brown
  34. Miss Janet Brown
  35. Dr. Wayne Bryer
  36. Mr. Robert Buehrer
  37. Rev. Lawrence Bultmann
  38. Mrs. Elise Busch
  39. Mr. Frank Carleton
  40. Mrs. Carleton
  41. Mr. Eduard Carus
  42. Mrs. Erica Cawley
  43. Mr. Dorofay Chabay
  44. Dr. Tsing Chang
  45. Mrs. Wan Chang
  46. Miss Marie Chase
  47. Mr. Hugh Chisholm
  48. Mrs. Crane Miss Crane
  49. Mr. George Creutzburg
  50. Mr. Sam Cursay
  51. Mrs. Louise Cushman
  52. Mrs. Mathilde Daglio
  53. Mr. Logan Dayton
  54. Mrs. Emily Dayton
  55. Mrs. Madelaine Dixon
  56. Miss Madeline Dixon
  57. Mrs. Elisabeth Doege
  58.  Mrs. Rita Dohrmann
  59. Mrs. John Dubbels
  60. Mrs. Edwards
  61. Mrs. Adeline Eggers
  62. Mr. Henry Eichenberg
  63. Mr. Bruce Elmore
  64. Mr. Walter Emmerich
  65. Mrs. Charlotte Emmerich
  66. Mr. Hans von Engelbrechten
  67. Mrs. Frances von Engelbrechten
  68. Lou von Engelbrechten
  69. Mr. Hubert Erkens
  70. Miss Agnes Erkens
  71. Mr. Keith Esser
  72. Miss Elisabeth Ewock
  73. Sister Margaret Fiedler
  74. Miss Anne Finucane
  75. Mr. Alois Flecher
  76. Mr. Fritz Gareis
  77. Mrs. Emma Gareis
  78. Mrs. Lottie Gareis
  79. Mrs. Ottilie Gerber
  80. Mr. Hermann Gnädinger
  81. Mrs. Babette Gnädinger
  82. Mr. Max Goldschmidt
  83. Mrs. Isabella Goldschmidt
  84. Miss Dorothy Goldwin
  85. Dr. R. Gonzalez
  86. Miss Irmgard Gräber
  87. Miss Janet Hall
  88. Mrs. Elise Haller
  89. Mrs. Marta Havrankove
  90. Mr. Hedinger
  91. Miss Elisabeth Heiler
  92. Miss Therese Heiler
  93. Mrs. Henriette Hempel
  94. Miss Elsie Heuer
  95. Mr. Robert Hider
  96. Mrs. Hider
  97. Mr. Hierbert
  98. Mrs. Hierbert
  99. Mr. Robert Hilbert
  100. Mrs. Hilbert
  101. Mrs. Hirsch
  102. Mr. Hiu
  103. Miss Mary Hoyt
  104. Mrs. Margaret Hubbell
  105. Miss Anne Hubbell
  106. Mr. Henry Huber
  107. Mrs. Mabel Huber
  108. Miss Margaret Huber
  109. Mr. Rudolf Hübner
  110. Mr. David Hutzler
  111. Mrs. Margarethe Illing
  112. Mr. E. Inge
  113. Mrs. Hedwig Irrgang
  114. Mr. Yoshio Iwakami
  115. Mr. Erhard Jaeger
  116. Dr. Hannibal Jaworski
  117. Mrs. Stella Jaworski
  118. Miss Johnstone
  119. Mrs. Helen Jones
  120. Dr. (Miss) Renata Junovicz
  121. Mrs. Alice Juta
  122. Mr. Hugo Kalinowske
  123. Mrs. Alice Kay
  124. Miss Ellen Kilpatrick
  125. Miss Mary Kilpatrick
  126. Miss Georgia Kilpatrick
  127. Mr. Eduard Klein
  128. Mr. Valto Klemola
  129. Mr. Anthony Koelble
  130. Mrs. Marie Krause
  131. Mr. Fred Krause
  132. Miss Elfriede Krauss
  133. Mrs. Aloisia Kriyrnan
  134. Mr. William Kroll
  135. Mrs. Doris Krumwiede
  136. Mr. Nario Kume
  137. Mrs. Friedei Lange
  138. Dr. (Miss) Hilda Lazarus
  139. Mr. A. Leeuwenberg
  140. Mr. Hugo Lehmann
  141. Mrs. Hedwig Leipziger
  142. Dr. James Leslie
  143. Mrs. Ethel Leslie
  144. Mrs. Zelda Littlejohn
  145. Mrs. Caroline Lorenzen
  146. Miss A. Lusinger
  147. Mrs. Maria Lutter
  148. Miss Marguerite Lux
  149. Mrs. Emily Martin
  150. Mrs. Marie Martincova
  151. Mr. Boleslaw Mastai
  152. Mr. Ernest Mattsson
  153. Miss Elizabeth McClure
  154. Mr. Hermann Meier
  155. Mr. Gottlieb Meisenholder
  156. Miss Bertha Michaal
  157. Miss Maria Milan
  158. Mr. Takeo Miyachi
  159. Miss E. Morgan
  160. Miss Mary Morian
  161. Mr. Kidrigoro Nagao
  162. Mr. Gereon Nahm
  163. Mrs. Hedwig Nahm
  164. Mr. Kazuo Nakane
  165. Miss Emily Nelson
  166. Mrs. Lina Noller
  167. Mr. Johannes Normann
  168. Mrs. Dore Normann
  169. Mr. Gustav Nyselius
  170. Miss Dorothy Ober
  171. Mrs. O'Connor
  172. Mr. Tatsuo Ohba
  173. Mr. Rudolf Oppenheimer
  174. Mr. Arthur Pam
  175. Mr. Walter Panting
  176. Mrs. Lola Panting
  177. Mrs. E. Parsons
  178. Mrs. Erica Parry
  179. Mrs. Beatrice Pearson
  180. Miss Doris Perry
  181. Sister Anna Peterberns
  182. Sister Maria Peterberns
  183. Mrs. Louise Piebel
  184. Mrs. Dora Polkingborne
  185. Mr. Hugh Polkingborne
  186. Mr. Walter Post
  187. Mrs. Margarete Pott
  188. Mrs. Wilhelmine Potthoff
  189. Mrs. Maria Rath
  190. Mr. Arthur Reinke
  191. Mrs. Marian Rindge
  192. Miss Jane Rindge
  193. Mrs. Antonie Rothenberg
  194. Sister Christina Ruthotto
  195. Dr. Franz Sailer
  196. Mr. Andrew Seidel
  197. Mr. Seidel Jr.
  198. Mr. William Shorter
  199. Mrs. Anne Shorter
  200. Miss Franziska Sigg
  201. Mr. Alwin Sima
  202. Mr. Harvey Smith
  203. Mr. J. Smits
  204. Miss Bertha Solmon
  205. Mr. Gustav Spindler
  206. Mrs. Herta Spindler
  207. Hertha Spindler
  208. Mrs. Hildegard Schickert
  209. Miss Margarethe Schimmelpfennig
  210. Miss Detta Schmidt
  211. Sister Franzie Schmidt
  212. Sister Louise Schmidt
  213. Miss Evelyn Schoolcraft
  214. Mr. Ernst Schultz
  215. Mrs. Charlotte Schultz
  216. Mr. Fritz Schulze
  217. Mr. Robert Schulze
  218. Mrs. Selma Schwickert
  219. Mr. Fred Stecker
  220. Mr. Raymond Stellar
  221. Miss Ida Stemmier
  222. Miss Beulah Stever
  223. Mrs. Friederike Stiegel
  224. Mrs. Mildred Stillwaggon
  225. Mr. Tapke
  226. Mrs. Tapke
  227. Mr. James Taylor
  228. Mrs. Consuela Taylor
  229. Miss Katherine Taylor
  230. Dr. (Mrs.) Ruth Taylor
  231. Mr. James Teunan
  232. Mrs. Thirlby
  233. Mr. E. Thirlby
  234. Mr. Henry Thoelken
  235. Mr. Emile Thut
  236. Dr. P. Tinoco
  237. Mr. Hans Tipp
  238. Mrs. Greta Tipp
  239. Erich Tipp
  240. Mr. R. Tyler
  241. Mrs. Tyler
  242. Mr. John Tyner
  243. Mrs. Tyner
  244. Miss Evelyn Tyson
  245. Mr. Otto Urbach
  246. Miss Anette Voorhees
  247. Mrs. Elisabeth Vopaleczky
  248. Mrs. F. Wallace
  249. Mr. Edward Weber
  250. Mrs. Weber
  251. Mrs. Karoline Wenig
  252. Mrs. Emma Werg
  253. Miss R. Whitlow
  254. Professor Theodor Wiehmeier
  255. Mrs. Emma Wilke
  256. Dr. Georg Wolff
  257. Mrs. Hilde Wolff
  258. Miss Doris Wood
  259. Miss R. Wright
  260. Mr. Roland Yocum

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Karl Amann
  2. Mrs. Olive Amann
  3. Dorothee Amann
  4. Miss Yoyce Armstrong
  5. Mrs. Winifred Bettany
  6. Mrs. Liselotte Bruchstein
  7. Miss Hanna Dietrichs
  8. Mr. Carsten Dressier
  9. Graf Wilfried Dürckheim
  10. Mrs. Marie-Luise Dürckheim
  11. Mr. Leo Fabian
  12. Miss Ruth Garde
  13. Miss Ilse Gerkinsmeyer
  14. Miss Elisabeth Gnida
  15. Miss Klara Grass
  16. Miss Gertrude Griffiths
  17. Mrs. Gertrud Grüner
  18. Miss Ursula Hampe
  19. Mrs. Johana Haskell
  20. Mrs. Alice Heller
  21. Mr. Hermann Hildebrand
  22. Mrs. Elfriede Hincke-Mercer
  23. Mrs. Annie Hirst
  24. Miss Marie Hirst
  25. Miss Carla Hochschild
  26. Mrs. Ruby Holtz
  27. Miss Penelope Hunt
  28. Miss Annie Jolly
  29. Miss Hannelore Kamitsch
  30. Mr. Bruno Keppler
  31. Mrs. Margrete Keppler
  32. Mr. Heinrich Keppler
  33. Mr. Wilhelm Keutgen
  34. Mr. Rolf Lambertz
  35. Mr. Richard Lampe
  36. Mrs. Emma Lampe
  37. Mrs. Alice Lep8ius
  38. Mrs. Elfriede Mercer
  39. Mr. Zenzo Miyake
  40. Miss Marianne Mollitor
  41. Mr. William Murray
  42. Mr. Oberst Alexander von Neubronn
  43. Mrs. Irma von Neubronn
  44. Mrs. Peggy Orgill
  45. Mr. Georg Petersen
  46. Mrs. Hedwig Petersen
  47. Miss Charlotte Piper
  48. Mrs. Anna Pulvermacher
  49. Mr. Julius Rudolph
  50. Mr. Julius Rudolph
  51. Miss Hedwig Rudolph
  52. Mrs. Emmy Sockel
  53. Mr. Jin Sekine
  54. Mrs. Julia Shields
  55. Miss Frieda Simonson
  56. Mr. Ernst Sommer
  57. Miss Hannelore Schatz
  58. Miss Hermine Schneider
  59. Mr. Pastor August Wiegand
  60. Mrs. Magda Wiegand
  61. Miss Heidi Ziegs

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mrs. Anna Abrinko
  2. Josef Abrinko
  3. Miss Hazel Aderson
  4. Anna Andert
  5. Mrs. Klara Arheidt
  6. Mrs. Alzbeta Bacova
  7. Mr. Ernst Bader
  8. Mrs. Frieda Baethling
  9. Mr. August Bahlmann
  10. Mr. Andrej Baleo
  11. Miss Anna Barger
  12. Mrs. Pauline Bärmann
  13. Mrs. Maria Bartels
  14. Miss Christine Basnar
  15. Mr. John Bechtel
  16. Mrs. Harriet Bechtel
  17. Hunter Bechtel
  18. Mrs. Frieda Beckmann
  19. Margareta Beckmann
  20. Miss Dora Behnsen
  21. Mrs. Margarete Berger
  22. Mr. Karl Biewald
  23. Mrs. Maria Blunz
  24. Mr. Mathias Blunz
  25. Mr. Willi Böker
  26. Miss Johanna Brandes
  27. Mr. Wilhelm Braun
  28. Mrs. Marie Braun
  29. Mrs. Sofie Breidenbach
  30. Miss Adelheid Buck
  31. Miss Anna BukovÖan
  32. Mrs. Anna Bullwinkel
  33. Miss Adelheid Busch
  34. Miss Luise Burkhard
  35. Mrs. Mathilde Burkhardt
  36. Mrs. Aloisia Cesar
  37. Mr. Chambers
  38. Miss Maria Chmelova
  39. Mrs. Martha L. Clausnitzer
  40. Mrs. Mary Czaszar
  41. Mr. Albert Dalheimer and Family
  42. Mr. Ernst Dautel
  43. Mrs. Sophie Dautel
  44. Mr. W. R. Deadmann
  45. Mrs. W. R. Deadmann
  46. Miss Rosa Diem
  47. Mrs. Julia Diesel
  48. Mrs. Metta Dietz
  49. Mr. John Dorfmeister
  50. Mrs. Emilie Dorfmeister
  51. Miss Fanny Dorfmeister
  52. Mrs. Anna Doyle
  53. Mr. Henry Dreves
  54. Mrs. Minnie Dreves
  55. Mr. Henry Dunger
  56. Mr. Armin Erbsland
  57. Mr. Franz Ernst
  58. Mrs. Maria Ernst
  59. Mrs. Marie Eubeler
  60. Miss E. E. Eykamp
  61. Mr. Harald Fangner
  62. Miss Margaret Fehn
  63. Mrs. Helene Fekete
  64. Eugen Fekete
  65. Mrs. Anna Gairing
  66. Mrs. Regina Gammelin
  67. Mrs. Regine Gauss
  68. Mrs. Marg. Gebhard and Child
  69. Miss Franziska Gerner
  70. Miss Kathleen Gibbons
  71. Mrs. Mary Ginter
  72. Martin Ginter
  73. Mrs. Kaethe Gläbe
  74. Mr. John Glock
  75. Miss Helen Godfrey
  76. Miss Margaret Godfrey
  77. Mrs. Erwin Goeller
  78. Mrs. Dorothea Goeller
  79. Miss Emma Grawehr
  80. Mr. Harry Green
  81. Mrs. Katharina Green
  82. Mrs. Maria Grega
  83. Mrs. Erna Grehl
  84. Gisela Grehl
  85. Hildegard Grehl
  86. Miss Luise Gronemeier
  87. Mr. Lukas Hafner
  88. Mr. Michael Halowin
  89. Miss Anna Halusa
  90. Mrs. Ida Hammer
  91. Mr. Christen Hansen
  92. Miss Elisabeth Harbarth
  93. Mrs. Auguste Hartmann
  94. Mrs. Alice E. Harvey
  95. Miss Jacqueline Harvey
  96. Miss Evelyn Harvey
  97. Mrs. Karoline Haug
  98. Mr. Hermann Heimann
  99. Mrs. Minna Heimann
  100. Mr. Jakob Henckeroth
  101. Miss Agnes Herceg
  102. Miss Martha Herold
  103. Mrs. Rosalie Herre
  104. Mr. Otto Hill
  105. Mrs. Anna Hill
  106. Mrs. Kath. Hiltbrand
  107. Mrs. Wilhelmine von Hinten
  108. Mrs. Pauline Holtorf
  109. Mrs. Honens und Sohn
  110. Miss Elisabeth Horbas
  111. Miss Gertrud Hösel
  112. Miss Earla Hoyman
  113. Mrs. Erika Huber
  114. Elinor Huber
  115. Mrs. Maria Ihnat
  116. Miss Maria Ihnat
  117. Miss Jolan lllès
  118. Mrs. Maria Imp
  119. Henry Imp
  120. Miss justina Istokova
  121. Mr. Josef Jaczko
  122. Mrs. Margit Jaczko
  123. Mrs. Zuzanna Jasik
  124. Jan Jasik
  125. Emil Jasik
  126. Miss Hertha Jenrich
  127. Miss Marie Joering
  128. Mrs. Jones
  129. Miss Jones
  130. Mr. Heinrjch Joost
  131. Mrs. Anna Jozefek
  132. Mr. Friedrich Judenhahn
  133. Mrs. Maria Jurcova
  134. Michel Jurcova
  135. Miss Mena Jurik
  136. Miss Rosalia Jurkas
  137. Miss Therese Kainzbauer
  138. Miss Marie Kaiser
  139. Miss Anna Kahenic
  140. Mrs. Alwine Kalversberg
  141. Miss Irmgard Kalversberg
  142. Mr. Josef Käser
  143. Miss Franciska Keburyte
  144. Mr. Fritz Kersting
  145. Mrs. Theresa Kibelsbeck
  146. Mrs. Betty Kirmaier
  147. Mrs. Anna Klie
  148. Mrs. Flora Kluge
  149. Mr. Stefan Knezevici
  150. Mr. Oswald Knobloch
  151. Mrs. Thea Koch
  152. Mr. Walter Koch
  153. Mrs. Elizabeth Koch
  154. Mrs. Mary Koger
  155. Mrs. Maria Kohlmann
  156. Mrs. Wilhelmine Kokemüller
  157. Mr. Michal Kopik
  158. Miss Justina Kormanik
  159. Mr. Lambert Korth
  160. Mrs. Maria Kozak
  161. Maria Kozak
  162. Josef Kozak
  163. Matilda Kozuchova
  164. Mrs. Rosine Kraft
  165. Mrs. Paula Krakauer
  166. Mrs. Maria Krause
  167. Mr. Josef Kriegl
  168. Mrs. Elisabeth Kriegl
  169. Anna Krihak
  170. Mrs. Lina Kruger
  171. Miss Anna Kucharek
  172. Mrs. Mary Kuhlmann
  173. Miss Susanna Kuivinen
  174. Mrs. Ida M. Kupke
  175. Mr. Iwan Kuzma
  176. Mr. Franz Laengle
  177. Mrs. Marie Lambert
  178. Mr. Henry Leifels
  179. Miss Emilie Leitz
  180. Miss Anna Leuthold
  181. Miss Ruth Leuthold
  182. Mrs. Herta Libnow
  183. Mrs. Maria Lindemeyer
  184. Mrs. Katarine Lorenz
  185. Mr. James Loris
  186. Mr. Georg Robert Lundsgaard
  187. Mr. Pavel Macak
  188. Mrs. Aisbeta Manyma
  189. Bartolomei Manyma
  190. Miss Dorothy Martin
  191. Miss Margarethe Marlin
  192. Mr. K. Mathie
  193. Mr. Pavel Matula
  194. Mr. Michael McDowell
  195. Miss Frida Meisgeier
  196. Miss Johanna Meskova
  197. Mrs. Therese Meyer
  198. Mrs. Anna Michle
  199. Miss Andela Mihalovic
  200. Miss Pavlina Stec-Milota
  201. Miss Maria Minarek
  202. Mrs. Emilie A. Mischo
  203. Miss Pauline Mitscliele
  204. Mrs. Alzbeta Morvai
  205. Zoltan Morvai
  206. Mr. Stefan Mosnäcek
  207. Mrs. Elizabeth Mothes
  208. Miss Lina Müller
  209. Miss Anna Müller
  210. Mr. Stefan Nagy
  211. Mr. Wilh. N. Neddermann
  212. Mrs. Elly Nowozin
  213. Mr. Cavan O'Conner
  214. Mr. Patrick M. O'Conner
  215. Mr. Cavan C. O'Connor
  216. Stefan Olejar
  217. Miss Kristine Omasta
  218. Miss Alzbeta Ondrovic
  219. Miss Elisabeth Papp
  220. Mr. William Pawlowski
  221. Mr. Wendel Pentz
  222. Miss Ludmila Potûckovâ
  223. Miss Alzbeta Potûckovâ
  224. Mr. John Prem
  225. Mr. Gerald O. Priebe
  226. Miss Rasmussen
  227. Mrs. Katharina Rausch
  228. Miss Irene Reguly
  229. Josef Reich
  230. Mr. Theodor Reimann
  231. Mrs. Rose Reis
  232. Mrs. Franziska Renner
  233. Mr. William Reuters
  234. Mr. Frank Rieder
  235. Mrs. Theresia Rieder
  236. Mr. August Rieker
  237. Miss Maria Rohaus
  238. Mr. Dudley A. Saltmarsh
  239. Miss Lillian Sebestyén
  240. Mr. Ludwig Segerer
  241. Mr. Martin Seleckÿ
  242. Mrs. Rita Seidenspinner
  243. Mrs. Hedwig Selig
  244. Mr. Prof. Benj. Shawver
  245. Mrs. Marie Siegel
  246. Miss Ingrid Siegel
  247. Mrs. Mary Sittner
  248. Miss Margita Smitka
  249. Mr. Stefan Szabo
  250. Mrs. Katharina Schäfer
  251. Miss Else Schaumann
  252. Mr. Andreas Scheidl
  253. Mrs. Johanna Schilling
  254. Mr. August Schleef
  255. Mr. Baptist Schleelein
  256. Mrs. Elisabeth Schientermann
  257. Mr. Walter Schlimbach
  258. Miss Paula Schlotter
  259. Mrs. Frieda Schmidt
  260. Mr. Richard Schmidt
  261. Mr. Alois Schneider
  262. Miss Berta Schomburg
  263. Mr. Heinrich Schrödel
  264. Mrs. Fanny Schrödel
  265. Mrs. Hertha Schulze
  266. Mrs. Gertrude Schupmann
  267. Mr. Johannes Schwab
  268. Miss Clara Schwager
  269. Mr. Fritz Schwarz
  270. Mrs. Katharina Schweizer
  271. Miss Lina Schwinn
  272. Mr. Frederick W. Stauch
  273. Mrs. Susan M. Stauch
  274. Mr. Fritz Staufiger
  275. Mrs. Elsie Staufiger
  276. Miss Zuzanna Stefek
  277. Mr. Gabriel Sternig
  278. Miss Maria Stobba
  279. Mrs. Anna Stoppelberg
  280. Miss Ida Strübin
  281. Mrs. Anna Stumpf
  282. Miss Katerine Tadler
  283. Miss Astrid C. Thiemann
  284. Miss Mary L. Thompson
  285. Mrs. Martha Tolson
  286. Miss Martha Tolson
  287. Miss Elisabeth Toohy
  288. Mr. Sebastian Torgl
  289. Mrs. Katarine Torgl
  290. Mrs. Julia Toth
  291. Helene Toth
  292. Mr. Andreas Treffler
  293. Mrs. Alma Trommer
  294. Mrs. Frances Tschida
  295. Mrs. Mary Tschida
  296. Miss Marie Tuchy
  297. Mr. Jean Turgetto
  298. Mrs. Barbara Turgetto
  299. Mr. Peter Ulrich
  300. Miss Hermine Unfried
  301. Miss Gisella Uiban
  302. Mrs. Martha Vaintzettel
  303. Miss Anne Vana
  304. Jan Vana
  305. Miss Anna Vargai
  306. Agata Vendlek
  307. Mr. Heinrich Viebrock
  308. Mr. David Volpine
  309. Mrs. Helene Vowe
  310. Mrs. Olga Wachsmuth
  311. Mr. Charles G. Waitt
  312. Miss G. Walker
  313. Mrs. Maria V. Waschau
  314. Mr. Leonhard Weber
  315. Mr. Georg Widmann
  316. Mr. Erich Wiesel
  317. Mrs. Emilia Wilhelm
  318. Mr. Hans A. Wohltmann
  319. Miss Louise Wucherer
  320. Mr. Michael Zehra and Family
  321. Mr. Gustav Zeiger
  322. Mrs. Anna Zeiger
  323. Mrs. Anne Zigmunt

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Günther Hellmann
  2. Mrs. Auguste Hudson
  3. Joan Hudson
  4. Mr. Harry Keller
  5. Mrs. Grace Schulle

Important Notice

In view of the decree issued by the German Government prohibiting the importation of German notes and silver coins into Germany, all members of our ships' personnel, the stalls, bars and all other places where purchases are made on board have been strictly forbidden to accept Reichsmark notes and German silver coins in payment.

The pursers only are authorized to accept German silver coins from passengers, within the framework of the special regulations governing the exceptions to the rule.

Passengers are, therefore, requested not to make their payments on board in Reichsmark notes or German silver coins.

The City of 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 motor-car 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" (now the seat of the 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 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. 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 and largest German ships, "Bremen" and "Europa", and who open up connections to all parts of the globe.

Information for Passengers

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, each passenger will be given a questionnaire and an address-slip by the steward Passengers are kindly requested to fill these in carefully and hand them to the Chief Steward.

This information, which is required by the authorities, is not only essential for a smooth running of the landing formalities, but also serves for the forwarding of mail which is received after passenger's departure.

Mails and telegrams may be forwarded c/o any of the Norddeutscher Lloyd agencies.

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 are accepted at the ship's wireless station.

Landing Formalities in the U.S.A.

  • Visitors

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

  • 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 - 2 June 1937.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 2 June 1937. GGA Image ID # 16332edec3

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