SS Bremen Passenger List - 22 October 1938

Two Passenger lists from the 22 October 1938 voyage of the SS Bremen of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, departing from Bremen for New York via Soutampton and Cherbourg. This listing includes all Cabin, Tourist, and Third Class passengers. The ship was commanded by veteran Captain A. Ahrens.

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 22 October 1938 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 22 October 1938 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain A. Ahrens. GGA Image ID # 1650b34ea5

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  A. Ahrens
  • Chief Officer: E. Warning
  • Chief Engineer: A. Segelke
  • Chief Purser: F. Baum
  • Purser for Cabin Class: W. Pflüger
  • Purser for Tourist Class: J. Rohde
  • Purser for Third Class: H. Jünemann
  • First Physician: Dr. W. Fisher
  • Second Physician: Dr. W. Rust
  • State Certified Nurse: Schwester Anna
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: M. Stiegele
  • Relsenden Special Service: Frl. Dr. Ferber
  • Managing Chief Steward:  F. Mozoni-Trosconi
  • Chief Steward for Cabin Class: H. Schedelmann
  • Chief Steward for Dining Room: E. Zeidler
  • Steward for Tourist Class: A. Kellner
  • Steward for Third Class: H. Wardenburg
  • Chief Cook: H. Künlen
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator Senior Officer: K. Gerstung
  • First Baggage Master: W. Dauelsberg

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 Bremerhaven to first foreign port of call (Southampton) and then only within the limits of the RM. 10.— allowed under these regulations. No German money whatever — be it notes or silver — will 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.

Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Lt. Colonel Robert Ackermann
  2. Mr. Fritz Backofen
  3. Mr. Martin U. Becker-Genzer
  4. Mrs. Grete Berglas
  5. Mrs. Eleanor P. Blow
  6. Prof. Emil Bracht
  7. Mrs. Theresia Bracht
  8. Sir Thomas Brocklebank, Bart.
  9. Mr. Gerd Brötje
  10. Lt. Colonel Walter Burkhard
  11. Mr. Clarence W. Campbell
  12. Mr. Russell S. Codman Jr.
  13. Mr. Dennis J. Dalaney
  14. Mrs. Juanita Dall
  15. Miss Juanita Dall
  16. Mr. Louis N. Dibrell
  17. Mrs. Louis N. Dibrell
  18. Mr. Maurice Dollfus
  19. Mr. Paul Draper and Servant
  20. Dr. Felix Engelhardt
  21. Mr. Karl Feller
  22. Mrs. Karl Feller
  23. Mr. Oberst Robert Fierz
  24. Mr. Hermann Frese
  25. Mr. Robert Garcia
  26. Mrs. Robert Garcia
  27. Mr. David Gessner
  28. Mrs. David Gessner
  29. Mrs. William Graupner
  30. Mr. William Graupner
  31. Mrs. Marion Hasler
  32. Mr. Harry C. Hatch
  33. Mrs. Elizabeth Hatch
  34. Mr. William J. Hatchley
  35. The Hon. Mrs. Joan Hill-Wood
  36. Mr. Hans Holterbosch
  37. Miss Doris Holterbosch
  38. Mrs. Henriette Jacoby
  39. Mr. Generaldirektor Axel Jonsson
  40. Mr. T. N. Joyce
  41. Mrs. T. N. Joyce
  42. Mr. Direktor Dr. Robert Käppeli
  43. Mr. Dr. Franz Kiel
  44. Mr. Alexander Kippen
  45. Mrs. Harriet King Klebs and Servant
  46. Mr. Walther Kleinbach
  47. Mrs. Else Kleinbach
  48. Dr. Leopold Kohr
  49. Mr. Otto Krantz
  50. Mr. Direktor Ernst Kugel
  51. Mrs. Elisabeth Kugel
  52. Mr. Oberst Damian Lang
  53. Mr. Meier Langermann
  54. Mrs. Marga Leisewitz
  55. Mr. Gustav Libbe
  56. Mr. J. G. Van der Lyn
  57. Mr. Henry Mann
  58. Mr. Norman McCammon
  59. Mrs. Norman McCammon
  60. Mr. S. D. McComb
  61. Mrs. Sophie Merckens
  62. Miss Margarethe Meyer
  63. Mr. Richard Monheim
  64. Mrs. Dora Monheim
  65. Mr. Theodor Nicolini
  66. Mr. Vizekonsul A. Ostertag
  67. Mr. Spencer Penrose
  68. Mrs. Spencer Penrose and Servant
  69. Mr. Percy Portlock
  70. Mrs. Maria Reichenauer
  71. Mrs. Maria Reining
  72. Mr. John Robinson
  73. Mr. Hauptmann Hans Rüetschi
  74. Mr. H. M. Salisbury
  75. Mr. Donald Selkirk
  76. Mrs. Ada Selkirk
  77. Mrs. Louis Snediger
  78. Mr. F. E. Sondern Jr.
  79. Miss Ellen Southbrook
  80. Mr. Sigmund Spiegel
  81. Mr. Hauptmann Emil Schätti
  82. Mr. Harald von Schenk
  83. Dr. Emil Schill
  84. Mr. Direktor Max H. Schmid
  85. Mr. Werner P. A. Schmidt
  86. Mr. Dr. Paul Schnitzler
  87. Mr. August Stelljes
  88. Mr. Nicolai von Struve
  89. Mr. D. W. Tomlinson
  90. Mrs. D. W. Tomlinson
  91. Mr. Kenneth Trimingham
  92. Mrs. Caroline Trippe and Servant
  93. Mr. William N. Vansant
  94. Mr. Francisco Vidal
  95. Miss Lotte Wallenberg
  96. The Hon. Alastair Watson
  97. The Hon. Mrs. Alastair Watson
  98. Mrs. Ada Weihmayr-Tschechowa
  99. Mr. John J. White
  100. Mrs. Kenneth Whyte
  101. Mr. Fritz Wiemer
  102. Mrs. Frieda von Wrangell
  103. Mrs. Xavier

To Southampton

  1. Mrs. Karla Adickes
  2. Mr. Ernst G. Andrews
  3. Mr. John Chr. Bachman
  4. Mr. John B. Ballantyne
  5. Mr. Cecil B. Benson
  6. Mr. D. H. G. van den Bossche
  7. Miss Gerda Brugsch
  8. Mr. William T. Burr
  9. Mr. H. A. Cordery
  10. Mr. Arthur E. Daniels
  11. Mr. Gerard Dunn
  12. Mr. Albert Fenton
  13. Miss Margrit Freyer
  14. Mr. F. A. Frost
  15. Mr. J. Früchte
  16. Mrs. J. Früchte
  17. Mrs. Margarete Gärtner
  18. Mr. F. Spencer Harper
  19. Mr. C. W. Harris
  20. Mr. Albert Holland
  21. Mr. Evan O. Jones
  22. Mr. Carl Klinke
  23. Mrs. Edith Klinke
  24. Mr. Arthur H. Laker
  25. Mr. Albert E. Lindsay
  26. Dr. Lippold
  27. Mr. Sidney Ch. Mallett
  28. Mr. Stuart J. Maxwell
  29. Mr. L. H. Mountford
  30. Mr. Walter Ovens
  31. Mr. H. R. Ridgway
  32. Mr. K. J. H. Rolfe
  33. Mr. Leon F. Sarpy
  34. Mr. Direktor Hans Sieber
  35. Dr. Peter Schmitz
  36. Mr. Gerhard Schmitz
  37. Mr. Helmuth Schroers
  38. Mrs. Anni Schroers
  39. Mr. Alfred Schwabe
  40. Mr. W. W. Thomas
  41. Mr. George R. Todd
  42. Miss Lore Weiss
  43. Mr. Edward F. Wilkens
  44. Mr. John H. Willis
  45. Mr. Direktor Paul Zuber

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Cabin Class Passenger List - 22 October 1938.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Cabin Class Passenger List - 22 October 1938. GGA Image ID # 1650c33d55

Tourist Class Passengers

Front Cover of a Tourist and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 22 October 1938 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a Tourist and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Bremen of the North German Lloyd, Departing 22 October 1938 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain A. Ahrens. GGA Image ID # 1651057e01

  1. Mrs. Maria Albert
  2. Mr. Alvarado
  3. Mrs. Alvarado
  4. Mr. Carl Andersen
  5. Mrs. Eugenie Andersen
  6. Mr. Hans Arnstein
  7. Mrs. Georgia Aszlingen
  8. Miss Kreszentia Baldauf
  9. Mr. Bereno Banker
  10. Mr. Selwyn Batten
  11. Mrs. Erna Becker
  12. Mrs. Esther Bee
  13. Mrs. Charlotte Bender
  14. Mrs. Pauline Berg
  15. Mrs. Gisela Berger
  16. Frederick Berger
  17. Miss Ruth Bernhardt
  18. Mrs. Sophie Biedinglein
  19. Mr. Boardman
  20. Mr. Karl Boch
  21. Mrs. Else Boch
  22. Uta Boch
  23. Dr. John Borgmeyer
  24. Miss Edna Bowmann
  25. Mr. Francis Bradschulis
  26. Mrs. Elizabeth Bradschulis
  27. Mr. Werner Brederlow
  28. Mrs. Therese Brevaire
  29. Babette Brevaire
  30. Mrs. Sonja Busch
  31. Mr. Hugh Cameron
  32. Mr. Caspari
  33. Mrs. Louise Cohen
  34. Miss Irene Cramer
  35. Miss Dephalle
  36. Mr. Richard Deutsch
  37. Mrs. Henriette Deutsch
  38. Heinrich Deutsch
  39. Mrs. Olga Dickemann
  40. Mrs. Anna Dörr
  41. Mr. Driehuizen
  42. Mr. John Dudas
  43. Mrs. Margaret Dudas
  44. Pfarrer Johann Egger
  45. Miss Elsie Eierdanz
  46. Mr. Marlin Eisenstedt
  47. Mr. Harrison Eimer
  48. Mrs. Marie Eischeck
  49. Mrs. Pauline Emmet
  50. Miss Marianne Feiler
  51. Mr. Decider Fleischhacker
  52. Mrs. Irma Fleischhacker
  53. Miss Helen Fraser
  54. Mr. John Freeth
  55. Mrs. Jeanne Freeth
  56. Mr. Abram Froese
  57. Miss Elly Gärtner
  58. Mrs. Ginley
  59. Mr. Erich Goldberg
  60. Mrs. Kaete Grams
  61. Mrs. Helen Gyenie
  62. Mrs. Meta Hagens
  63. Mr. Arthur Hall
  64. Mrs. Harrington
  65. Miss Mary Harting
  66. Mr. Hatzis
  67. Mr. Hayashi
  68. Mrs. Djane Hearst
  69. Mr. Arthur Heinigh
  70. Mrs. Gerda Heisig
  71. Mr. Carl Hennies
  72. Mrs. Anneliese Hennies
  73. Mrs. Julia Heredowsky
  74. Prof. Halldor Hermannsson
  75. Mrs. Minna Mr.
  76. Mr. Wilhelm Hiller
  77. Mrs. Else Hillmann
  78. Mr. Guenther Hoenck
  79. Mrs. Christine Hohn
  80. Mr. Ch. Holst
  81. Miss Mary Holzinger
  82. Mr. Emst Hopf
  83. Mr. Henry Huelsbruch
  84. Mrs. Paula Huelsbruch
  85. Walter Huelsbruch
  86. Mr. Shiro Ishihata
  87. Mrs. Johanne Johnssen
  88. Mr. Anton Katholi
  89. Mr. Paul Keller
  90. Mr. Richard Kirschbaum
  91. Mrs. Adelheid Kirschbaum
  92. Miss Wilhelmine Kobbeloer
  93. Miss Lilli Koester
  94. Mr. Bernard Konten
  95. Dr. Maximilian von Kuensberg
  96. Mrs. Therese Kuhn
  97. Miss Enid Lapthorn
  98. Mr. Pater Superior Hugo Lassalle
  99. Mrs. Le Gallienne
  100. Mr. John Lehrs
  101. Mrs. Gertrude Lehrs
  102. Mrs. Gertrud Lerner
  103. Margret Lerner
  104. Miss Alice Levinger
  105. Mr. Paul Leyssag
  106. Miss Gertrud Liegler
  107. Miss Andrea Lilienfeld
  108. Miss Cecilie Liwschitz
  109. Mr. Adolf Wachtel Lüssermann
  110. Mr. Charles Maertens
  111. Mrs. Leila McCormack
  112. Mr. McKay
  113. Mr. McKay
  114. Seine Exzellenz Bischof Meising
  115. Mr. John Merten
  116. Mrs. Friederike Meyer
  117. Ingeborg Meyer
  118. Luisita Meyer
  119. Mrs. Antonia Michalsky
  120. Miss Marie Moser
  121. Miss Bertha Moser
  122. Mrs. Elsa Mueller
  123. Mr. Theodor Muller
  124. Mrs. Olga von Mumm
  125. Mr. Baron Paul von Neindorff
  126. Mr. John Neuschaeffer
  127. Mr. Friedrieh Niemann
  128. Mr. Thomas Nolan
  129. Mr. Ulrich Norden
  130. Mr. Vincent O'Brien
  131. Mr. Martin Oeder
  132. Mrs. Frieda Oeder
  133. Mrs. Bertha Oehl
  134. Dr. Deaider Oestreicher
  135. Mrs. Amalie Oestreicher
  136. Renee Oestreicher
  137. Eva Oestreicher
  138. Mrs. Helen Ogden
  139. Mr. Matahiko Ohnia
  140. Dr. Darius Omston
  141. Mrs. Marie Ornston
  142. Mrs. Anita Otto
  143. Mrs. Liesel Page
  144. Mr. Jens Palnir
  145. Mrs. Ethel Panczel
  146. Mr. Wilhelm Pauli
  147. Mrs. Jenny Pauli
  148. Mr. Peters
  149. Mrs. Peters
  150. Mrs. Käthe Phillips
  151. Mrs. Anna Pietsch
  152. Miss Olga Polack
  153. Mrs. Sophie Porzelt
  154. Mr. Walter Rahn
  155. Mr. Gardner Read
  156. Mr. Dezco Retter
  157. Mrs. Katherine Retter
  158. Mrs. Mary Robinson
  159. Miss Mary Robinson
  160. Dr. Edward Romig
  161. Mrs. Dr. Romig
  162. Mrs. Dora Roth
  163. Mr. Siegfried Rothschild
  164. Mrs. Antonie Rothschild
  165. Käthe Rothschild
  166. Ilse Rothschild
  167. Mr. Waiti Sakurai
  168. Miss Alice Samuel
  169. Mrs. Appolonia Seckinger
  170. Mr. Shapley
  171. Mr. Andrew Sheils
  172. Mrs. Sheils
  173. Mr. Hermann Siemund
  174. Mrs. Bertha Siemund
  175. Miss Relia Silbermann
  176. Mr. Ahrain Smith
  177. Mr. Johann Spilker
  178. Mrs. Wilhelmine Spilker
  179. Mrs. Käte Schäfer
  180. Mr. Peter Schäfer
  181. Mrs. Schäfer
  182. Mr. Direktor Hans Schmich
  183. Mrs. Anne Schmich
  184. Mrs. Rosa Schumpelt
  185. Miss Henriette Schwarz
  186. Mr. Stamatopoulos
  187. Mr. Steinmetz
  188. Mr. C. Stiehl
  189. Mrs. Sophie Stockfisch
  190. Mr. Thomas Thomsen
  191. Mr. Julius Timm
  192. Mr. Paul Torchiani
  193. Mrs. Torchiani
  194. Miss Torchiani
  195. Mr. John Valkering
  196. Mr. Dolf Vogel
  197. Mrs. Eugenie Vogel
  198. Mrs. Anni Voss
  199. Mr. Adolf Wachtel-Süssermann
  200. Mr. Friedrich Wagner
  201. Miss E. Watkins
  202. Mr. Frederic Webb
  203. Miss Käthe Weber
  204. Miss Rosine Wengert
  205. Dr. Emst Wiegand
  206. Mr. David Le Winter
  207. Mrs. George Woltz
  208. Mrs. Sophia Yelkin
  209. Mr. John Yunker
  210. Mr. Alfred Zeilberger
  211. Mr. van Zijverden
  212. Miss Hermine Zimmer
  213. Mr. Erik Zimmermann

To Southampton

  1. Mr. Herbert Ballard
  2. Mrs. Gwendoline Ballard
  3. Mr. Caspar
  4. Mrs. Grethe Hansen
  5. Mr. Theodor Heye
  6. Miss Lisa Köhler
  7. Mr. Gerhard Meier
  8. Mrs. Ella Meier
  9. Mr. Ncuschild
  10. Mr. Gottlieb Potd 'or
  11. Mr. Werner Precht
  12. Mr. Paul Stern
  13. Mr. Jiro Takahshi
  14. Mr. Francisco Toro
  15. Mr. Carl Wiedemann

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mr. John Alesi
  2. Mrs. Susie Alesi
  3. Mr. Wilhelm Altenburg
  4. Mrs. Altenburg
  5. Mrs. Anna Ainerspeck
  6. Mrs. Astrid Andersen
  7. Paul Andersen
  8. John Andersen
  9. Mrs. Astrid Anderson
  10. Mrs. Ottilie Andre
  11. Richard Andre
  12. Mr. Fred Aude
  13. Mrs. Emma Aude
  14. Miss Else Auerbach
  15. Miss Elizabeth Balits
  16. Mrs. Juliana Bärenfänger
  17. Mrs. Clara Bärenfänger
  18. Mrs. Marie Bartels
  19. Mrs. Amalie Barth
  20. Mr. John Bauer
  21. Mrs. Rose Bauer
  22. Mrs. Gertrud Bechstein
  23. Mr. Franz Beck
  24. Mrs. Elsie Beck
  25. Mr. Walter Becker
  26. Mrs. Anna Beierle
  27. Mrs. Amanda Beimfohr
  28. Mr. Peter Bender
  29. Mrs. Terese Bender
  30. Peter Bender
  31. Georg Bender
  32. Mrs. Charlotte Bergmann
  33. Henry Bergmann
  34. Mr. Karl Bergstein
  35. Capitän Alex Bijelich
  36. Miss Gertrude Bohn
  37. Mrs. Elsa Boltz-Brotochi
  38. Mrs. Sara Botzman
  39. Mr. Andrew Bower
  40. Mr. Walther Brake
  41. Mr. Michael Brandstätter
  42. Mrs. Marie Brandstätter
  43. Mr. Hans Braun
  44. Mr. August Bramer
  45. Mrs. Elise Bucher
  46. Mr. Fred Buckmann
  47. Mrs. Ludwika Buckmann
  48. Mrs. Martha Bush
  49. Mr. Heinrich Bunker
  50. Mrs. Anna Buyaki-Pran
  51. Mrs. Johita Carcoha and Children
  52. Mrs. Helen Carstensen
  53. Beatrice Carstensen
  54. Mrs. Maria Cebzunov
  55. Rada Cebzanov
  56. Sofia Cebzanov
  57. Mrs. Olga Christmann
  58. Miss Marta Claus
  59. Mrs. Elena Craciun
  60. Mrs. Caroline Crenier
  61. Mrs. Evelyn Crill
  62. Miss Adelheid Dammann
  63. Miss Daisy May Dawe
  64. Miss Irene Deak
  65. Mr. Maurice Dean-Preston
  66. Mr. Franz Decombe
  67. Mrs. Anna Deichl
  68. Kathrine Deichl
  69. Anton Deichl
  70. Mr. Karl Dirschedl
  71. Miss Elizabeth Dow
  72. Mrs. Adelheid Dreyer
  73. Mrs. Kacthe von Dschenffzig
  74. Miss Anna van Dyken
  75. Mrs. Mathilde Emberger
  76. Mr. Janas Fabian
  77. Mr. Rudolph Feising
  78. Mr. Kurt Fischer
  79. Mrs. Lydia Fischer
  80. Dorothy Fischer
  81. Hermann Fischer
  82. Elizabeth Fischer
  83. Rudolf Fischer
  84. Mr. Martin Flath
  85. Mrs. Hildegard Flath
  86. Mrs. Franziska Flynn
  87. Mr. George Flynn
  88. Mrs. Gertrud Fricke
  89. Mrs. Maria Frisch
  90. Mrs. Bertha Fröhlich
  91. Eleonore Fröhlich
  92. Mr. John Frohling
  93. Mrs. Katherine Frohling
  94. Mr. George Fusoiu
  95. Mr. Michael Ganz
  96. Miss Garbi
  97. Mr. Gavras
  98. Mrs. Gavras
  99. Mr. Fred Geevs
  100. Mrs. Lula George
  101. Mrs. Anna Ginsch
  102. Mr. David Gisli
  103. Mr. Karl Glaser
  104. Mr. John Goetz
  105. Mrs. Goetz
  106. Suse Goetz
  107. Mr. Esperanza Gomez und Frau
  108. Mrs. Ellen Gotthold
  109. Mrs. Therese Graff
  110. Miss Stase Gribneyte
  111. Mrs. Anna Griepenburg
  112. Mrs. Emilie Grob
  113. Mr. Henry Günther
  114. Mrs. Anna Günther
  115. Mr. Henry Günther
  116. Mrs. Günther
  117. Mrs. Maria Günther
  118. Mrs. Katharina Hangl
  119. Mrs. Maria Hanisch
  120. Mr. Gustav Harrer
  121. Valentin Harrer
  122. Miss Marg. Hauer
  123. Mr. Hubert Havenith
  124. Mrs. Maria Havenith
  125. Christine Havenith
  126. Mr. E. Heemskerk
  127. Mrs. Babett Heinecker
  128. Miss Alice Heinrichs
  129. Miss Reinhilde Henken
  130. Mrs. Johanna Hernaez
  131. Eleanor Hernaez
  132. Mrs. Hildegard Hesse
  133. Mr. Fred Heuser
  134. Mrs. Anna Heuss
  135. Miss Alma Heuss
  136. Miss Genofeva Hiller
  137. Mr. Albert Hodgsen
  138. Mr. Peter Hoff
  139. Dr. Conrad Hoffmann
  140. Mrs. Luise Hoffmann
  141. Mrs. Margaretha Hohnholt
  142. Marianne Hohnholt
  143. Mr. Hermann Hundertmark
  144. Miss Johanna Huth
  145. Miss Klara Ihli
  146. Miss Margarete Illgauer
  147. Mr. Karl Janssen
  148. Miss Petronela Jurgutyte
  149. Mr. Erhard Kaiser
  150. Mrs. Anna Kaiser
  151. Mr. John Källbeck
  152. Mrs. Hilma Källbeck
  153. Mrs. Stefanie Kalmenas
  154. Mr. G. Karadimas
  155. Mrs. P. Karadimas
  156. Mrs. Alwine Karl
  157. Geraldine Karl
  158. Helene Karl
  159. Mr. Conrad Käufer
  160. Mr. Ernst Kefer
  161. Mr. Franz Kellner
  162. Mr. Alfred Keppler
  163. Mrs. Anna Kinast
  164. Alice Kinast
  165. Mr. William King
  166. Mrs. Phyllis King
  167. Wendy-lrene King
  168. Janos Kis-Oswart
  169. Mrs. Ida Klasing
  170. Mrs. Anna Klug
  171. Mrs. Lina Knödgen
  172. Mr. Karl Heinz Knödgen
  173. Mrs. Therese Koller
  174. Mrs. Margar. Korell und Kind
  175. Mrs. Ranka Korpinen
  176. Mr. Stephan Kovacs
  177. Mrs. Kovacs
  178. Mrs. Adele Kremer
  179. Mrs. Anna Kühne
  180. Mrs. Julia Kurtz
  181. Mrs. Mathilde Küster
  182. Mr. Maurice John Le Vaillant
  183. Miss Vera B. Linka
  184. Mrs. Esther Litki
  185. Rev. Michael Lorinezy
  186. Mr. Arno Machalett
  187. Mrs. Bertha Maertens
  188. Dorothy Maertens
  189. Hermann Maertens
  190. Mrs. Else Mahler
  191. Mr. John Mählmann
  192. Mrs. Elisabeth Mählmann
  193. Betty Mählmann
  194. Mr. Fred Malmke
  195. Mrs. Louise Manger
  196. Mr. Erich Männel
  197. Mrs. Klara Männel
  198. Mr. Albert Maurer
  199. Mrs. Pauline Maurer
  200. Mrs. Paula Mayer-Rosa
  201. Brunhilde Mayer-Rosa
  202. Mr. Martin Meinig
  203. Mrs. Helen Meinig
  204. Werner Meinig
  205. Mrs. Anna Merl
  206. Mr. Anton Mersmann
  207. Mr. Leslie Metke
  208. Mrs. Adelheid Meyerdierks
  209. Dr. Arthur Miller
  210. Mrs. Miller
  211. Mr. John Miller
  212. Mr. Fred Miller
  213. Mrs. Anna Mondies
  214. Monstakas
  215. Monstakas
  216. Monstakas
  217. Mrs. Helen Morrison
  218. Mrs. Mina Moser
  219. Mrs. Anna Müll
  220. Manfred Müll
  221. Mr. Johann Müller
  222. Mrs. Babette Müller
  223. Mr. Wilhelm Müller
  224. Mr. Johann Murken
  225. Mrs. Meta Murken
  226. Miss Al vine Müsch
  227. Mr. Johann Nagel
  228. Mrs. Emma Nagel
  229. Nagel
  230. Mr. Michael Nagy
  231. Mr. Adam Neider
  232. Mrs. Margareta Neider
  233. Kosi Neider
  234. Miss Elsie Newman
  235. Mr. William Niemeyer
  236. Mrs. Katie Niemeyer
  237. Mr. Nikolaides und Familie
  238. Mr. Theodor Nochowitz
  239. Mrs. Bertha Nochowitz
  240. Mr. John Nordengren
  241. Mrs. Ruth C. Nordengren
  242. Daniel R. Nordengren
  243. Miss Edith Ny
  244. Mrs. Sabine Ober
  245. Mr. John Oberlercluier
  246. Mrs. Rose Oberlercluier
  247. Mr. Richard Oeschler
  248. Mrs. Emma Oeschler
  249. Mr. William Olsen
  250. Mrs. Amalie Pansch
  251. Mr. Louis Pappas
  252. Mrs. Hariklia Pappas
  253. Mrs. Gertrud Penning
  254. Mrs. Elisabeth Perl
  255. Mrs. Elisabetha Pfaff
  256. Mr. llans Pfandler
  257. Mr. Paul Plenk
  258. Mrs. Anna Plogmann
  259. Mrs. Irmina Polth
  260. Mr. Martin Pönisch
  261. Mrs. Anna Pöniseh
  262. Miss Else Pregel
  263. Mrs. Marianne Prüfer
  264. Lorette Prüfer
  265. Mr. John Reither
  266. Mrs. Cora Reitmeier
  267. Mrs. Marg. Riebold
  268. Mrs. Kreszens Rimanich
  269. Mr. Albert Ringsdorff
  270. Mrs. Frieda Robisch
  271. Mrs. Frieda Robisch
  272. Mr. Hermann Rohrs
  273. Mrs. Maria Roller
  274. Miss Louise Roppel
  275. Mrs. Tercsia Rosie and Children
  276. Mr. Peter Roth
  277. Mrs. Terese Roth
  278. Robert Roth
  279. Mrs. Helene Roth
  280. Mr. Emst Rudt
  281. Mrs. Anna Rueger
  282. Mr. Erich Rug
  283. Mrs. Marieeben Rug
  284. Mr. Gerhard Rug
  285. Mrs. Marg. Sarnes
  286. Miss Marg. Sarnes
  287. Mr. Frank Sarnes
  288. Mrs. Sophie Säuberlich
  289. Mrs. Ella Scott
  290. Mr. Rosso Shagger
  291. Mrs. Anna Shagger
  292. Mr. Alfons Sistig
  293. Mrs. Elisabeth Sliwinska
  294. Miss Krijstyna Sliwinska
  295. Mrs. A. Small
  296. Miss Mary Small-Gray
  297. Mr. Jan Sokol
  298. Miss Maria Sokol
  299. Mr. Folmer Sorensen
  300. Mrs. Gail Sorensen
  301. Mrs. Rose Spaeth
  302. Mrs. Anna Sprowitz
  303. Mr. Julius Svirska
  304. Mrs. Anna Svirska
  305. Mrs. Teresia Szucs
  306. Mr. Frank Schibig
  307. Miss Emilie Schlecht
  308. Mrs. Johanna Schlee
  309. Frank Schlee
  310. Mrs. Auguste Schlie
  311. Mr. Wilhelm Schmitz
  312. Mrs. Anna Schmitz
  313. Mr. Peter Schneider
  314. Mrs. Magdalena Schneider
  315. Daniel Schneider
  316. Mrs. Helene Schondube
  317. Emma Schondube
  318. Mr. Heinr. Schröder
  319. Mrs. Jeanette Schrott
  320. Mildred Schrott
  321. Mrs. Karoline Schulte
  322. Mrs. Marie Schwarz
  323. Mrs. Hedwig Stahl
  324. Mr. Esriel Stein
  325. Mr. Ernst Stein
  326. Mr. Christian Steiner
  327. Mrs. Agnes Steiner
  328. Dr. Harriet T. Stephens
  329. Mrs. Hedwig Strobel
  330. Julius Strobel
  331. Mrs. Aditli R. Strong
  332. Miss Antonia Tarnawiecka
  333. Mrs. Emma Thomforde
  334. Mrs. A. R. Thompson
  335. Mrs. Elsa Thorpe
  336. Mrs. Anna Tienken
  337. Mrs. Emma Trautmaim
  338. Mrs. Hedwig Trick
  339. Miss Anastasia Trinkberger
  340. Miss Wilhelmine Trinnes
  341. Mrs. Frances Tubicsak
  342. Mrs. Irene Urland
  343. Olive Urland
  344. Miss Mary Vekony
  345. Mr. van der Vlugt
  346. Miss Therese Voggensberger
  347. Miss Margret Volkner
  348. Mr. Ralph Vrinsby
  349. Mrs. Vrinsby
  350. Mr. Edward Vysniauskas
  351. Mr. Emil Wagner
  352. Mrs. Gertrud Wagner
  353. Mr. C. R. Walker
  354. Mr. Arnold Walker
  355. Mrs. Walker
  356. Mrs. Helene de Wall
  357. Karl de Wall
  358. Mr. Herbert Warner
  359. Mrs. Irmgard Wassow
  360. Mrs. Rita Wassow
  361. Mrs. Anna Weber
  362. Miss Rosa Weber
  363. Mr. Louis Weber
  364. Mr. Louis Weber Jr.
  365. Mrs. Anna Wehrmann
  366. Adolf Wehrmann
  367. Johnny Wehrmann
  368. Mrs. Aloisia Werner
  369. Miss Martha Wetzel
  370. Mrs. Ella Wiedling
  371. Mrs. Henrietta Wiegold
  372. Horst Wiesenfarth
  373. Mrs. Mary Wolf
  374. Fred Wolf
  375. Mary Wolf
  376. Mrs. Vanda Wortman
  377. Wiliam Wortman
  378. Mr. Zacliaropoulos
  379. Mr. Georges Zitros
  380. Mrs. Mary Zoanetti
  381. Mr. Walter Zollschan
  382. Mrs. Emma Zollschan
  383. Harald Zollschan

To Southampton

  1. Mrs. Emma Godd
  2. Mr. Adolf Schoen
  3. Mrs. Frieda Stephan

To Cherbourg

  1. Mr. Hermann Rudt
  2. Mrs. Emma Rudt

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.

  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.

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.

BREMEN

The City of Bremen receives its Overseas Guests at the Columbus Quay, in Bremerhaven, in the European "Station on the Sea-front". In l 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 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, 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.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Cabin, Tourist Third Cabin, and Third Class Passenger List - 22 October 1938.

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Bremen Cabin, Tourist Third Cabin, and Third Class Passenger List - 22 October 1938. GGA Image ID # 16516e9609

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