SS Bremen Passenger List - 24 June 1938

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 24 June 1938 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 24 June 1938 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain C. W. Hagemann. GGA Image ID # 163e4d70ca

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  C. W. Hagemann
  • Chief Officer: E. Warning
  • Chief Engineer: A. Segelke
  • Chief Purser: E. Baum
  • Purser for Cabin Class: H. Kettler
  • Purser for Tourist Class: J. Rohde
  • Purser for Third Class: H. Jünemann
  • First Physician: Dr. W. Fischer
  • Second Physician: Dr. M. Holzlöhner
  • State Certified Nurse: Schwester Auguste
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: M. Stiegele
  • Relsenden Special Service: Frl. Dr. Ferber
  • Managing Chief Steward:  A. Junghans
  • Chief Steward for Cabin Class: H. Schedelmann
  • Chief Steward for Dining Room: E. Zeidler
  • Steward for Tourist Class: J. Buscher
  • Steward for Third Class: F. Wardenburg
  • Chief Cook: H. Künlen
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator Senior Officer: F. Gerstung
  • First Baggage Master: W. Dauelsberg

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. Emmy Andersen
  2. Mr. Adolph Andersen
  3. Mrs. Florence Arbuckle
  4. Mr. Ramirel de Arrellando
  5. Mr. Oscar de Arrellando
  6. Mr. William Augstein
  7. Miss Kale Baldwin
  8. Mr. A. C. Barnett
  9. Miss Toni Bierig
  10. Miss Christine Bitlmar
  11. Mr. Joe Blum
  12. Mrs. Blum
  13. Mrs. Margaret Bogardus
  14. Egbert Bogardus
  15. Sidney Bogardus
  16. Mr. William Bohn
  17. Mr. Richard Borchardt
  18. Mr. Prof. Brecht
  19. Mrs. Brecht
  20. Mr. Rudolf Bublik
  21. Father Frederick Bürget
  22. Miss Kathryn Bürget
  23. Mr. William Burleigh
  24. Mr. Carroll Mrs. E. Casler
  25. Mr. Stuart Chambers
  26. Mrs. Chambers
  27. Mr. Sidney Coleman
  28. Mrs. Coleman
  29. Miss E. Davis
  30. Mr. Paul Decker
  31. Mrs. Laura Decker
  32. Miss M. van Deventer
  33. Miss Elisabeth Dewart
  34. Mr. John Dienner
  35. Mrs. Dienner
  36. Miss Ann Dienner
  37. Mrs. Helene Ehrmann
  38. Miss Mina Ehrmann
  39. Mr. F. England
  40. Mrs. England
  41. Mr. William Esco la Rue
  42. Mr. Rev. Mathias Faust
  43. Mr. Harold Fawcett
  44. Mr. William Feicks
  45. Mr. John Fellenz
  46. Mrs. Dorothea Fellenz
  47. Mrs. Ida Ficker-Weber
  48. Mr. John Fidler
  49. Miss Marianne Freund
  50. Mr. Nathan Fühl
  51. Mr. Theo Gerloff
  52. Miss Hermine Gfaller
  53. Mr. Frank Gfallot
  54. Mr. Vittorio Giannini
  55. Mrs. Lucia Giannini
  56. Miss Josef ine Corrissen
  57. Mrs. Leiter Graddiek
  58. Rev. Erneut Grega
  59. Miss Eva Grieser
  60. Dr. Karl Grohse
  61. Mrs. Lisa Gutscheyter
  62. Rev. Nicholas Gyarfas
  63. Mr. Karl Hacker
  64. Mrs. Auguste Halbmeir
  65. Dr. Franklin Hall
  66. Mr. H. Hand
  67. Mrs. Lucia Harman
  68. Miss Helen Hartinger
  69. Miss Heilhrunn
  70. Mr. Eberhard Heimann
  71. Mr. Pierre Herber
  72. Miss Dorothy Hess
  73. Mrs. Margarethe Hetzel
  74. Mr. Benjamin Hilliard
  75. Mrs. Katherine Hilliard
  76. Mr. Michael Hornyansky
  77. Dr. Franz Horstmann
  78. Mrs. Georgine Huck
  79. Miss Georgine Huck
  80. Mr. Martin Hufnagel
  81. Mrs. Louise Isenberg
  82. Mr. Kokechi Ito
  83. Mr. Kokechi Ito
  84. Mr. Werner Johnson
  85. Mr. E. Jones
  86. Miss Anna Kalmar
  87. Dr. Otto Kant
  88. Miss Kemm
  89. Mrs. Marie Kerber
  90. Mr. Oscar Keydel
  91. Mrs. Margarete Keydel
  92. Dr. Rudolph Knopfmacher
  93. Mr. Adolf Krämer
  94. Katie Krämer
  95. Mr. Isak Kreissler
  96. Mr. Norbert Krekeler
  97. Mr. Charles Kullmann
  98. Karl Landegger
  99. Mr. Stanley Lane
  100. Mr. Ole Larsen
  101. Mrs. Paula Leinert
  102. Mr. Leverith
  103. Mrs. Loeher
  104. Loeher
  105. Miss Margaret Loliger
  106. Mr. Josef Lorenz
  107. Mrs. Liv. Lund
  108. Mrs. Elizabeth Macfarlane
  109. Dr. Kristine Mann
  110. Mr. Leopold Marschall
  111. Mrs. Nanette Marschall
  112. Miss McCarroll
  113. Mr. McDavid
  114. Mrs. McDavid
  115. Miss Mary McLandless
  116. Capt. B. S. Mesick
  117. Mrs. Evelyn Mesick
  118. Carolyn Mesick
  119. Janet Mesick
  120. Mr. Otto Mietsch
  121. Mrs. Mietsch
  122. Mr. Alfred Moore
  123. Mr. Hallam Movius
  124. Mrs. Nancy Movius
  125. Mr. Anton Müller
  126. Mr. John Northey
  127. Mrs. Elizabeth Nowozien
  128. Miss Helene Nowozien
  129. Miss Gerda Paetzold
  130. Miss Lora Palmer
  131. Mrs. Anna Panse
  132. Mr. Charles Parkan
  133. Mrs. Regina Parkan
  134. Miss M. Paulmier
  135. Mr. Wilhelm Pirwitz
  136. Mr. Ray Powers
  137. Mr. Heinrich Pressmar
  138. Mrs. Emma Prochaska-Zweibrück
  139. Miss Nora Prochaska-Zweibrück
  140. Mr. Fritz Prüfer
  141. Mr. Eduard Quinlan
  142. Mrs. Anni Quinlan
  143. Mr. Otto Raphael
  144. Mrs. Caroline Rapp
  145. Mrs. Ilse Renner
  146. Mrs. Marion Richardson
  147. Mr. M. Richardson
  148. Mr. Riesenberger
  149. Miss Anny Roden
  150. Mrs. Hildegard Rohr
  151. Miss Maria Russo
  152. Rev. Gregor Samuel
  153. Mrs. Silge
  154. Mr. Silge
  155. Silge
  156. Silge
  157. Mr. Albert Smoliga
  158. Mr. J. Spenle
  159. Mrs. J. Spetnagel
  160. Miss Spetnagel
  161. Miss M. Summerville
  162. Miss Julia Szabo
  163. Mr. Erdmann Scharg
  164. Mr. Ary Scheffer
  165. Miss Ruth Schmahl
  166. Mrs. Ida Schmid
  167. Dr. Ernst Schölten
  168. Mrs. Lina Schroeder
  169. Mrs. Mildred Stansbury
  170. Mrs. Erika Stindt
  171. Mr. Charles Taylor
  172. Mrs. Phillise Taylor
  173. Miss Margareth Taylor
  174. Miss Alice Towne
  175. Mrs. Carrie Trimble
  176. Miss Ruth Trimble
  177. Mr. Edward Ucko
  178. Mr. Bruno Ulbrich
  179. Mrs. Wilhelmine Weirich
  180. Miss Margot Weirich
  181. Adolf Weirich
  182. Mrs. Elisabeth Wendt
  183. Mr. Erhard Weyhe
  184. Rev. J. S. Whale
  185. Miss Anna Winkler
  186. Mr. Henry Winkworth
  187. Mrs. Winkworth
  188. Miss Sabine Woellmer
  189. Mr. Carl Ziegler
  190. Miss Zwenier

To Southampton

  1. Miss Ebba Alsberg
  2. Miss Majken Alsberg
  3. Miss Ursula Altniann
  4. Dr. Ernst Bentert
  5. Mr. Henry Bishop
  6. Mr. Gerhard Brill
  7. Miss Jessie Colville
  8. Mr. Peter Crane
  9. Mr. Heinrich Frank
  10. Mrs. Marguerita Frank
  11. Karl-Heinz Frank
  12. Mrs. Barbara Gardiner
  13. Mrs. Edith Goebel
  14. Mr. Erich Gottschalk
  15. Miss Steffi Gottschalk
  16. Mrs. Liesel Hahne
  17. Mr. Joachim Hess
  18. Mr. Friedrich Kayser
  19. Mrs. Barbara Kayser
  20. Miss Liselotte von Kittlik
  21. Mr. Herbert Knohl
  22. Mr. Ludwig Köwing
  23. Mrs. Thildes Köwing
  24. Mr. William Lanibe
  25. Mrs. Valeska Lambe
  26. Miss Charlotte Marx
  27. Mr. Masao Naruse
  28. Miss Ingeborg Natz
  29. Miss Annemarie Raven
  30. Mr. Hans Reichert
  31. Miss Christa Reichert
  32. Mr. Theodor Rieckenberg
  33. Mrs. Grace Rieckenberg
  34. Mrs. Margarete Sullivan
  35. Mrs. Margaret Schwarz
  36. Ronald Schwarz
  37. Barbara Schwarz
  38. Mr. Sven Trädgardh
  39. Miss Erika Velten
  40. Mr. Geoffrey Wilkie
  41. Mrs. Anna Wilkie
  42. Pemela Wilkie
  43. Mr. Stanley Withers

To Cherbourg

  1. Miss Helene Karlin

Third Class Passengers

  1. Johanna Aichele
  2. Mr. H. C. Alexander
  3. Mrs. H. C. Alexander
  4. Mrs. Chane Auerbach
  5. Miss Ida Balogh-Subo und Kind
  6. Mrs. Charlotte Bartz
  7. Clifford Bartz
  8. Mr. Johann Bauer
  9. Mr. Wilhelm Baum
  10. Mrs. Maria Becker
  11. Miss Anna Bednar
  12. Mr. Frank Benko
  13. Mr. Rudolf Bernard
  14. Mrs. Rosalie Besser
  15. Miss Gertrud Betsch
  16. Mr. Severinas Bielenauskas
  17. Mr. Emil Bobrovnicky
  18. Miss Dorothy Boese
  19. Miss Elizabeth Boese
  20. Mr. Maik Bogyös
  21. Mrs. Julia Bokos
  22. Miss E. Bradley
  23. Miss Erna Braxmeyer
  24. Miss Monika Breundl
  25. Mr. John C. Brownlee
  26. Mr. Otto Bruggemann
  27. Miss Maria Bucher
  28. Mr. Hans Buck
  29. Mrs. Gerda Buck
  30. Rev. George Cadigan
  31. Mrs. George Cadigan
  32. Mr. Claas Clover
  33. Mr. Rudolf Cox
  34. Mr. Jan Danilak
  35. Mr. Charles Deak
  36. Mrs. Julia Deak
  37. Mrs. W ilma Diermayer
  38. Mrs. Elise Diets
  39. Mrs. Gertrud Dietz
  40. Miss Maria Dimis
  41. Miss Hedy Eherhart
  42. Mrs. Elise Enek
  43. Mr. August Esshauer
  44. Mrs. Dorothea Essig
  45. Mr. Albert Ewald
  46. Mr. William Fabry
  47. Mrs. Janet Fairbank
  48. Mrs. Josefine Fernengel
  49. Roland Fernengel
  50. William Fernengel
  51. Mrs. Fluck
  52. Mr. A. R. Fors
  53. Mrs. M. B. Fors
  54. Miss Helena Jacko-Fric
  55. Mrs. Käthe Fromm
  56. Annelies Fromm
  57. Ernst Fromm
  58. Miss Elisabeth Gajda
  59. Mr. George Gajda
  60. Mrs. Mary Gallagher
  61. Miss Maud Gallagher
  62. Mrs. Emilie Geigle
  63. Mr. Wilhelm Gerling
  64. Mr. Fred Glück
  65. Mrs. Sophie Goedert
  66. Elaine Goedert
  67. Mr. Peter Graaf
  68. Mrs. Anna Gradl
  69. Mr. Karl Graf
  70. Miss Luise Grahlfs
  71. Rev. Wm. Gross
  72. Mr. Franz Grüther
  73. Miss Hazel GuIbranson
  74. Mr. Oscar Günsche
  75. Mrs. Berta Happe
  76. Eleonore Happe
  77. Mr. Christ Hanns
  78. Mrs. Babette Hartmann
  79. Miss Babette Hartmann
  80. Mr. Harvey und Familie
  81. Miss Maria Hatala
  82. Miss Grace Heilman
  83. Mr. B. A. Hemsley
  84. Mr. S. F. Hemsley
  85. Mr. Rudolf Henninger
  86. Miss Liesel Herzfeld
  87. Mr. Jan Hesteric
  88. Mr. Henry Hetti
  89. Rudolf Hetzel
  90. Mrs. Marie Heyer
  91. Miss N. V. Hill
  92. Mrs. Maria Hoizdak
  93. Mr. Andrej Hoizdak
  94. Maria Hoizdak
  95. Miss Verona Hurny
  96. Miss Helena Hutnik
  97. Mrs. Zeontine Jeher
  98. Miss Anna Janosec
  99. Mrs. Sophie Jerg
  100. Mr. Albert Kälberer
  101. Mrs. Frida Kälberer
  102. Walter Kälberer
  103. Elsa Kälberer
  104. Mr. Josef Kamp
  105. Mrs. Emma Kamp
  106. Mr. Thorald Kapp
  107. Mr. Peter Kapp
  108. Mr. Theodor Kapplinghaus
  109. Mrs. Gisella Kapplinghaus
  110. Miss Alzheta Kavicky
  111. Mr. Charles Kirchner
  112. Mr. Stephen Kleiber
  113. Mrs. Stephen Kleiber
  114. Mrs. Maria Klein
  115. Miss Anna Klimacek
  116. Mr. Alois Körbler
  117. Mrs. Anna Körner
  118. Mr. Koschitzky
  119. Miss Hilda Kranledis
  120. Miss Rosalia Kreitsch
  121. Mr. Jakob Kremer
  122. Mr. George Kruger
  123. Mr. Adolf Krupp
  124. Mrs. Rosa Kuhala
  125. Mrs. Anna Lächler
  126. Mrs. Mildred Lake
  127. Miss Ulla Lautner
  128. Miss Alzbeta Leczo
  129. Mr. Georg Leiding
  130. Mr. Ernst Leimroth
  131. Mr. Lothar Leinert
  132. Mrs. Maria Lips
  133. Theodor Lips
  134. Johanna Lips
  135. Daniel Lips
  136. Mrs. Eleonore Lobocki
  137. Nancy Lobocki
  138. Mrs. Editha Loeher
  139. Mr. Josef Mäckem
  140. Mr. Pavel Mako
  141. Mrs. Kathar. Marquart
  142. Mr. William Mars
  143. Mrs. Anne Martin
  144. Miss Zuzana Matejak
  145. Mr. Martin Mattila
  146. Mrs. Bertha Mattner
  147. Mrs. Wilhelmine Mattukat
  148. Mrs. Katharina Meir
  149. Mrs. Ella Mejerowitsch
  150. Mr. William E. Meloin
  151. Miss Anna Metta
  152. Mr. John Moder
  153. Mr. Jacob Moll
  154. Mrs. Elise Moll
  155. Mrs. Sophie Monreal
  156. Mrs. Paula Mysz
  157. Miss Elizabeth Nachtsheim
  158. Mr. Enrico de Negri
  159. Mrs. Henriette Neugebauer
  160. Mrs. Marie Neumayer
  161. Maria Anna Neumayer
  162. Simon John Neumayer
  163. Mr. William Nusser
  164. Mr. Franz Oberwinkler
  165. Mr. William Ohm
  166. Miss Martha Ott
  167. Miss Zuzana Palicka
  168. Mr. Fritz Pallmann
  169. Mrs. Maria Panek
  170. Mrs. Rosine E. Pembroke
  171. Mrs. Elsie Perris
  172. Mrs. Anna Petrusova
  173. Anastazie Petrusova
  174. Marta Petrusova
  175. Mr. William Pfeiffer
  176. Mrs. Annemarie Pfeiffer
  177. Mr. Hermann Plieninger
  178. Mrs. Susan Plieninger
  179. Mrs. Anna Poemmerl
  180. Mr. Henry Press
  181. Mrs. Maria Pristak
  182. Miss Terezia Rehak
  183. Mr. Gustav Renn
  184. Mrs. Tilli Richter
  185. Miss Anna Riedel
  186. Mrs. Lydia Risso
  187. Mr. J. P. Rohan
  188. Mrs. Rohan
  189. Mr. Louis Rohpietz
  190. Mrs. Lucretia Rolipletz
  191. Miss Anna Romanij
  192. Mrs. Mary Roth
  193. Mrs. Maria Rudolf
  194. Mr. Friedrich Salg
  195. Mr. Hans zum Sande
  196. Mr. Carl Sannwald
  197. Mrs. Josefine Sannwald
  198. Miss Dorothy Savage
  199. Miss Frantiska Sedlacek
  200. Mr. Konrad Seibel
  201. Mrs. Mary Seibel
  202. Mr. Walter Seiffert
  203. Mr. Vendel Sevcik
  204. Mr. Steve Shandova
  205. Mrs. Katerina Sifel
  206. Mr. Otto Sigl
  207. Mrs. Anna Sikora
  208. Mr. Bartolomej Slaninka
  209. Mr. Philip Smitheus
  210. Mr. Josef Sommer
  211. Mrs. Josefa Sommer
  212. Jiri Sommer
  213. Mr. Josef Sprauer
  214. Mr. Ludwig Schäfer
  215. Mr. Arno Scheinplug
  216. Mrs. Hedwig Schilling
  217. Mrs. Anna Schindler
  218. Mr. Walter Schindler
  219. Mr. Hans L. Schlichting
  220. Mrs. Klara Schmitz
  221. Hans Günther Schmitz
  222. Mrs. Rosa Schönenberger
  223. Miss Emilie Schönenberger
  224. Mrs. Teresia Schramm
  225. Mr. Berthold Schultz
  226. Mr. Othard Schulze
  227. Miss Orna Schutzmann
  228. Mrs. Anna Standova
  229. Mrs. Emilie Steack
  230. Mr. Vojtek Stefan
  231. Mrs. Maria Steigerwald
  232. Mrs. Karol ine Stenge
  233. Mr. Gustav Stocker
  234. Mr. Harry Stoukoff
  235. Mr. John Strommer
  236. Miss Anna Stupka
  237. Miss Jane Thompson
  238. Mr. E. Robert Thorpe
  239. Miss Magdalena Tischmacher
  240. Mr. Andrew Tokar
  241. Mrs. Mary Tokar
  242. Mr. John Tomayer
  243. Mrs. Mollie Tomayer
  244. Mr. Martin Torisky
  245. Mr. John Tremse
  246. Mrs. Meta Tscheslog
  247. Mrs. Susanna Tury
  248. Fiäul. Marie Uhercik
  249. Mr. Heinrich Uhl
  250. Mrs. Ruhy Uhl
  251. Marlene Uhl
  252. Ottolie Uhl
  253. Mr. Frank Vetter
  254. Mr. Judge Martin de Vries
  255. Mrs. Irma Walter
  256. Mrs. Emma Wegmann
  257. Mrs. Kathar. Wendel
  258. Mr. Hermann Wendel
  259. Mr. Hermann Wendel
  260. Mrs. Rosalinde Wenzel
  261. Mrs. Gertrud Wetzel
  262. Mr. Jacob Wetzel und Familie
  263. Miss Elizabeth White
  264. Mr. John Wiedel
  265. Mrs. Elisabeth Wienands
  266. Miss Mary Willianis
  267. Mr. Erwin Willner
  268. Mrs. Lucile Willner
  269. Mr. Johann Windt
  270. Mrs. Windt
  271. Mr. Gustav Woerner
  272. Mrs. Pauline Woerner
  273. Robert Woerner
  274. Ruth Woerner
  275. Raymond Woerner
  276. Dr. Ernst Wöhrle
  277. Miss Marie Würfel
  278. Mr. Anthony Zahn
  279. Mrs. Mary Zahn
  280. Mrs. Milda Zelikova
  281. Mrs. Hildegard Zeller
  282. Miss Anna Zimmer
  283. Mr. Peter Zimmermann
  284. Mrs. Katliar Zimmermann
  285. Dr. Ernst Zsolt
  286. Mrs. Helen Zsolt

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Henry Allen
  2. Mr. William Andrews
  3. Mr. Victor Ashby
  4. Mr. Georg Backhaus
  5. Mr. Walter Beckroge
  6. Mr. Karl Heinz Berger
  7. Mr. Friedrich Bitter
  8. Miss Rose Bratton
  9. Mr. Wilhelm Brockmann
  10. Mr. Desmond Brown
  11. Mr. Eric Cocks
  12. Mr. Roy Cooper
  13. Mr. N. Elles
  14. Mr. Kenneth Evans
  15. Mr. Fritz Flade
  16. Mr. Günther Harder
  17. Mr. Studienrat Eduard Hofmann
  18. Mr. Stanley James
  19. Mrs. Isabel James
  20. Miss Ent. Klöbe
  21. Mr. Henry Koenker
  22. Mrs. Grace Koenker
  23. Mr. Curt Kröncke
  24. Mr. Erich Notholt
  25. Mr. Siegfried Oelfke
  26. Mr. William Sadlier
  27. Mr. Studienrat Fritz Siebert
  28. Mr. Frederick Sly
  29. Mr. Percy A. Spree
  30. Mr. Rolf Scharnweber
  31. Mr. Rolf Schmelzekopf
  32. Mr. Rudolf Schmidt
  33. Miss Elizabeth Stephens
  34. Mr. James Thompson
  35. Mr. Cyril Wade
  36. Mr. Hans Otto Warnke
  37. Mr. Karl Aug. Weber

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 hour 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, 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 eat 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, is the home of the Norddeutscher Lloyd who can claim as their own not only the fastest and largest German ships, the "Bremen" and "Europa", but also the popular Far East express trio "Potsdam", "Gneisenau" and "Scharnhorst", and who maintain services to all parts of the globe.

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.

Important Notice

Payments on board our steamers
According to the German Regulations Governing the Control of Foreign Currency German coins can be accepted from passengers in payment on board only during the ship's voyage from Europe to New York and then only within the limits of the RM. 10.— allowed under these regulations. No German money whateverbe it notes or silverwill be accepted on the homeward voyage from New York to Europe.

German coins under RM. 1.— in value will be accepted in payment everywhere on board, whereas coins in the denominations of RM. 1.—, RM. 2.— and RM. 5.— will have to be exchanged for board money with the Purser or paid to him to cover any account for expenses on board. All shops, stalls, and members of the ship's personnel are strictly forbidden to accept German coins to the value of RM. 1.—, RM. 2.— and RM. 5.—; they are also strictly forbidden to accept Reichsmark notes.
We would ask our Passengers kindly to strictly observe these regulations.

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, 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 to be dispatched from the next port and radiograms 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.

Fire-arms. 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 interest 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 passenger's 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.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 24 June 1938.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List - 24 June 1938. GGA Image ID # 163e91436a

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