SS Europa Passenger List - 25 July 1934

Front Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa Tourist Class Passenger List - 25 July 1934.

Front Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa Tourist Class Passenger List - 25 July 1934. GGA Image ID # 15aefb07b8

Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 25 July 1934 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southamton, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf. A Group Photograph of Tourist Passenger on this voyage is located at the bottom of this page.

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: O. Scharf
  • Chief Officer: W. Michaelsen
  • First Doctor: Dr. W. Brahms
  • Second Doctor: Dr. H. Bade
  • Graduate Nurse: Miss Elizabeth Willers
  • Chief Engineer: H. Schneider
  • Purser: K. Nahrath
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: W. de Haas
  • Travel Bureau Assistant: J. Veening
  • Special Travel Service: Miss Elly Dackau
  • Managing Chief Steward: H. Trantofsky
  • Chief Steward Tourist Class: W. Seifert
  • Chief Steward III Class: Th. Oehlrich
  • Chief Steward (Restaurant): A. Meierhans
  • Managing Chief Cook: C. Wagner
  • Wireless First Officer: D. Berbig
  • Baggage Master: H. Horstmann

Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Miss Margaret Abel
  2. Mr. Jacob Adler
  3. Mr. Sidney Aggas
  4. Mrs. Aggas
  5. Mr. Matta Akraw
  6. Rev. Walter R. Alexander
  7. Mrs. D. C. Allen
  8. Miss Marg. Allen
  9. Mr. Leroy Anderson
  10. Dr. M. T. Andrews
  11. Mrs. Anna C. Anson
  12. Mr. Walter Arens
  13. Mrs. Wm. P. Armstrong
  14. Baroness Marie von Arnim
  15. Dean G. N. Ashley
  16. Miss P. Atienza
  17. Mrs. Gertrude Atkins
  18. Rev. A. L. Auleck
  19. Miss A. Bauwens
  20. Mr. Heinr. Barthel
  21. Dr. L. E. Barton
  22. Mr .A. Baumann
  23. Miss Martha Baum
  24. Miss Theresa Bakos
  25. Mr. Karl Bellmann
  26. Rev. Joseph B. Bernardin
  27. Miss Caroline Beuttcnmiller
  28. Mr. Berg
  29. Mrs. Fanny Berger
  30. Mr. Ernst Bick
  31. Mrs. Sophie Bloch
  32. Mrs. Selma Blumentritt
  33. Mr. Carl Bunk
  34. Mrs. Bunk
  35. Miss Bunk
  36. Mr. J. P. Boinardi
  37. Mr. Angelo Boucos
  38. Mr. G. S. Bozeman
  39. Mrs. Bozeman
  40. Mr. William G. Brennan
  41. Mr. Lawrence Breves
  42. Dr. John G. Briggs
  43. Dr. C. M. Brittain
  44. Mrs. Brittain
  45. Miss N. Brodeth
  46. Prof. Raymond Brugere
  47. Dr. Ludwig Brunner
  48. Mrs. Brunner
  49. Mr. Carl Burch
  50. Mrs. Burch
  51. Miss Marg. Burch
  52. Mr. Robert Burger
  53. Mrs. Drake Campbell
  54. Rev. J. C. Canipe
  55. Miss Julia Capen
  56. Mr. Alfred Carpenter
  57. Mrs. K. G. Carpenter
  58. Miss Carol Carpenter
  59. Dr. Hans Cassel
  60. Mr. Eugene Charmat
  61. Miss Anna Clark
  62. Mrs. C. M. Cleys
  63. Mrs. Climas
  64. Mrs. A. M. Colby
  65. Mr. Fred Colman
  66. Mrs. Colman
  67. Miss Louise Colman
  68. Mr. Wilh. de Couet
  69. Mrs. Dexter Cooper
  70. Miss Elis. Cummins
  71. Miss Eva H. Dalgo
  72. Dr. H. Grady Daniels
  73. Mr. Max Daunnas
  74. Miss Alema Dawley
  75. Mrs. Isabel Denison
  76. Mrs. Lilly Dexter
  77. Mr. Peter Dicksen
  78. Miss M. Dobbs
  79. Miss Helene Doneit
  80. Mrs. Christine Dorr
  81. Mr. Guillermo Dumka
  82. Mrs. Jean Dunn
  83. Miss Emily Earle
  84. Mrs. P. R. Earle
  85. Mr. Ferdinand Ehm
  86. Miss L. Ellis
  87. Mr. A. Engenides
  88. Miss Clara Eyner
  89. Mr. T. H. Farmer
  90. Mrs. Wilhelm Feather
  91. Mr. Max Felber
  92. Mr. L. F. Feyling
  93. Dr. H .F. Fickett
  94. Mr. Ch. Fink
  95. Mrs. Fink
  96. Prof. Erich Finke
  97. Mr. James Fiori and son
  98. Miss Josephine Fiori
  99. Miss Mary Fiori
  100. Rev. G. Ë. Fischer
  101. Mr. Anton Otto Fischer
  102. Mrs. Fischer
  103. Miss Katrina Fischer
  104. Miss Rose Flury
  105. Mr. Kurt Forner
  106. Miss Helen M. Forst
  107. Mrs. Elsie Fortner
  108. Mrs. B. Fox
  109. Mr. Carl Frank
  110. Mr. E. Fredericks
  111. Dr. J. D. Freeman (See Landing Notice Below)
  112. Mrs. Sebina Frühauf
  113. Mr. Oskar Fuchs
  114. Dr. Erich Funke
  115. Mr. D. Fussekas
  116. Mrs. Fussekas
  117. Mr. Geo. Gagel
  118. Mr. T. F. Galvin
  119. Mrs. Ashford Garvy
  120. Mr. Roland George
  121. Miss F. G. George
  122. Miss M. L. Gessler
  123. Mrs. V. C. Gibbs
  124. Mlle. Marthe Giamnoni
  125. Mrs. R. E. Gissel
  126. Dr. W. Graetz
  127. Mr. Lewis Greisen
  128. Mrs. M. Gretchmann
  129. Miss Grete Gretchmann
  130. Rev. J. B. Grice
  131. Mrs. Albert Guchring
  132. Miss L. Guenther
  133. Miss Frieda Hage
  134. Mr. George Hainhorst
  135. Mrs. Hainhorst
  136. Miss Christine Haley
  137. Mr. Cyril J. Halsey
  138. Mr. Ibrahim F. Handal
  139. Mr. Otto Hang
  140. Miss Bertha Happ
  141. Mr. Walter L. Harms
  142. Prof. John W. Harriman
  143. Rev. John Lee Harris
  144. Mrs. W. T. Harris
  145. Mr. Walter Hartmann
  146. Mrs. Martha Hartmann
  147. Mr. J. M. Hartmann
  148. Mrs. Hartmann
  149. Mr. Morton Hartmann
  150. Mrs. Frances Hartung
  151. Rev. Arthur Hedlund
  152. Mrs. Hedlund
  153. Mrs. Amalie Heidenreich
  154. Miss Jutta Heidenreich
  155. Mr. Oscar O. Hellberg
  156. Miss Lillian Helnmeller
  157. Miss Eugenia M. Henry
  158. Miss Sophia Hessler
  159. Mr. Alfred Heuff
  160. Rev. J. R. Hickerson
  161. Mr. Otto Hiebier
  162. Mr. K. Hirose
  163. Mr. Andrew Holschen
  164. Miss M. Hornsey
  165. Mr. Stanley Howell
  166. Mrs. Carl Hussmann
  167. Miss Mary Hutchison
  168. Miss Kate Ihnen
  169. Rev. James H. Ivey
  170. Mrs. Ivey
  171. Mrs. Lena Jaklitsch
  172. Mr. N. R. Javeri
  173. Mr. Anton Jeracek
  174. Mrs. Anton Jeracek
  175. Miss Eliz. Johnson
  176. Miss M. G. Johnson
  177. Miss Vesta C. Johnson
  178. Miss Alice Jones
  179. Mr. David J. Jones
  180. Mrs. Celeste Joyce
  181. Miss Frances Joyce
  182. Miss Mary Joyce
  183. Col. Hubert Julian
  184. Mr. Helmuth von Kämpen
  185. Mr. F. J. Katz
  186. Mrs. Katz
  187. Mrs. Anita Kausch
  188. Mr. Leopold Ken de
  189. Mrs. John van Kerkhove
  190. Mr. van Kerkhove
  191. Miss Alice M. Kerrigan
  192. Miss Charlotte Kessel
  193. Mr. L. Kissling
  194. Mrs. Anna Klarmann
  195. Mrs. M. Knapp
  196. Miss M. Knapp
  197. Miss Charlotte Kneisel
  198. Mr. Erich Knöchcr
  199. Mr. Alfons Kocher
  200. Dr. Margaret W. Koenig
  201. Mr. Walter Kosche
  202. Mr. Frank Krause
  203. Mr. Richard Krauthahn
  204. Mr. Herman Kretschmar
  205. Mr. Enrick Kubick
  206. Mrs. Kubick
  207. Rev. Wm. Kuhn
  208. Miss Else Kullmann
  209. Miss Marg. Kullmann
  210. Mr. Karl Kuttler
  211. Mrs. Kuttler
  212. Mr. L. R. Lacey
  213. Mrs. Emma Lachmann
  214. Miss Rosa Langbein
  215. Mr. Paul W. Larsen
  216. Mr. Carl F. Larsson
  217. Miss Bertha L. Leak
  218. Dr. Roland Q. Leavell
  219. Mrs. Leavell
  220. Mrs. Milton Lecluse
  221. Mr. Holden Lecluse
  222. Mr. Morris Levine
  223. Mr. Max Levine
  224. Miss Mable Lewis
  225. Mr. S. K. Ling
  226. Dr. Wm. B. Liphard
  227. Mrs. Liphard
  228. Master Dickinson Liphard
  229. Mr. Kendall Llewellyn
  230. Mrs. Jack Llewellyn
  231. Mr. Emil Locher
  232. Mrs. Locher
  233. Mrs. Helen Loeliger
  234. Mr. Wühlern Loske
  235. Miss M. Lucas
  236. Mrs. Emma Lucey
  237. Mr. Sam Chit Mainig
  238. Miss Julia Markus
  239. Miss Helen Markus
  240. Mr. F. Martus
  241. Mrs. Martus and child
  242. Mr. Charles Martus
  243. Master Kenneth Martus
  244. Mr. Adalbert Mayer
  245. Mr. George McCurdy
  246. Mrs. McCurdy
  247. Mr. F. R. McDonald
  248. Miss Grace McDonough
  249. Rev. J. A. Mclver
  250. Dr. John McLaurin
  251. Miss Thea Maier
  252. Mr. N. Matsnnami
  253. Mr. Joseph Mencl
  254. Mr. Wm. Metz
  255. Mrs. Metz
  256. Mr. F. F. Meyer
  257. Miss Johanna Meyer
  258. Miss Frances E. Meyer
  259. Mrs. Geo. Miklos
  260. Mrs. Ida Milko
  261. Mr. Miller
  262. Mr. E. H. Miller, Jr.
  263. Mrs. Fanny Milford
  264. Mrs. Mary Miller
  265. Mr. A. P. Mitchel-Innes
  266. Mrs. Mitchel-Innes
  267. Mr. Perry Morgan
  268. Mr. M. C. Morris
  269. Mrs. Mary Moshammer
  270. Mr. G. H. Mowll
  271. Mr. Otto E. Mueller
  272. Mrs. Mueller
  273. Mr. D. Muir
  274. Mr. Julius Namon
  275. Dr. F. Nassar
  276. Miss Lillian Nassar
  277. Master Hyman Nassar
  278. Miss Régna Neisen
  279. Mrs. M. Nield
  280. Mrs. Lydia Oberhossel
  281. Miss Nellie A. Ogle
  282. Mrs. L. Page
  283. Mr. Gustaf Papenrecht
  284. Miss Mary Patrick
  285. Mr. Johannes Patzuhke
  286. Mr. Geo. H. Pickering
  287. Mr. Henry Pieper
  288. Mrs. Pieper
  289. Miss Marie Poemmerl
  290. Mrs. Rosalie Polaschak
  291. Mr. Martin Polke
  292. Mr. Fritz Porschkamp
  293. Mr. C. H. Prange
  294. Mr. E. S. Preston
  295. Mrs. Preston
  296. Miss Hula Rahn
  297. Mr. W. Redecker
  298. Mrs. Redecker
  299. Mrs. Ella J. Reece
  300. Rev. O. C. Reed
  301. Mrs. Anna Reider
  302. Miss Rcipcrt
  303. Mr. G. Reiser
  304. Mr. J. Rieper
  305. Miss Carolyn Robinson
  306. Capt. Karl Roegner
  307. Miss Agnes A. Rogers
  308. Mr. Johann Rösch
  309. Mrs. Germaine Rudolf
  310. Mr. Reynold Ruppé
  311. Mr. Reynold Ruppé, Jr.
  312. Mrs. Johanna Sachs
  313. Mr. José Sahuri
  314. Mrs. Helwa K. Sahuri
  315. Mr. Antonio C. Sahuri
  316. Mrs. M. Sangeorge
  317. Miss C. Sangeorge
  318. Mr. Alfonso Santo Y Santo
  319. Dr. L. R. Scarborough
  320. Mr. Adolf Schade
  321. Mrs. Schade
  322. Miss Lotte Schaefer
  323. Miss Maud Scharf
  324. Mr. Walter Scheidt
  325. Miss Agnes Schenk
  326. Mr. George Scherr
  327. Mrs. C. Scherr
  328. Mrs. M. B. Schick
  329. Mr. H. Schmeding
  330. Mr. George Schmidt
  331. Mrs. Schmidt and two children
  332. Miss Anni Schmitt
  333. Mr. Wilhelm Schober
  334. Mrs. Schober
  335. Mrs. Sophie K. Schorling
  336. Mr. Joseph Schrader
  337. Mrs. Schrader
  338. Mr. Karl Schwciggart
  339. Miss Janet Downing Scott
  340. Mr. Eric W. Seaman
  341. Mr. G. Semmler
  342. Miss E. C. Serfling
  343. Mrs. Barbara Silkworth
  344. Miss Marion Silkworth
  345. Rev. S. Slominski
  346. Mr. Dan T. Smith
  347. Miss Eva Smith
  348. Mrs. Smolchowska
  349. Mr. William Snyder
  350. Mr. K. So
  351. Mr. Thorvald Solberg
  352. Mr. D. Stackelbeck
  353. Mr. Emil Stackelbeck
  354. Miss Gertrude Stecker
  355. Rev. C. B. Stephenson
  356. Mrs. Stephenson
  357. Dr. Rose Stober-Kirch
  358. Master R. Stober-Kirch
  359. Dr. Carl Stoehr
  360. Mr. Joseph Stodola
  361. Mrs. Sarah Strahan
  362. Dr. C. B. Strauch
  363. Mrs. Strauch
  364. Miss Louise Streitberger
  365. Mr. Walter J. Stuber
  366. Mrs. H. D. Swain
  367. Mr. Ernst Tengelmann
  368. Mrs. Tengelmann
  369. Rev. J. M. Teresi
  370. Mr. Geo. W. Tewes
  371. Mrs. Bertha Tewes
  372. Rev. J. I. F. Tharpe
  373. Mr. A. E. Thiessen
  374. Mrs. A. H. Thiessen
  375. Mr. Charles Thyssen
  376. Mr. J. Geo. Tolg
  377. Mrs. Tolg
  378. Master Robert Tolg
  379. Dr. W. E. Trainham
  380. Mr. Joaquin Turull
  381. Mrs. Turull Mr. Ulrey
  382. Mr. John van Kerkhove
  383. Mrs. van Kerkhove
  384. Miss Hanna Varley
  385. Mr. William Vaskis
  386. Mr. Gustav Vohs
  387. Mr. Paul Wagner
  388. Mr. John Wahlen
  389. Mrs. Wahlen
  390. Dr. Geo. T. Waite
  391. Rev. C. B. Waller
  392. Mrs. Magdalena Wallman
  393. Mrs. May Walton
  394. Mr. J. Watson
  395. Mrs. Watson and two children
  396. Miss Lila Webb
  397. Mr. J. A. Weber
  398. Miss Eirka Weigl
  399. Rev. C. A. Wentsch
  400. Mr. Rob. Wentsch
  401. Dr. W. R. White
  402. Mrs. Violet B. Whitely
  403. Rev. Otto Whittington
  404. Rev. C. E. Wilbanks
  405. Dr. H. L. Winburn
  406. Mr. Paul Wiese
  407. Mrs. Anna Wiese
  408. Mr. J. H. Wijnand
  409. Mr. Wikhman
  410. Mr. Dietrich Wobbe
  411. Rev. M. M. Wolf
  412. Mrs. Charles Wolfe
  413. Dr. W. M. Wright
  414. Dr. Davenport C. K. Wu
  415. Mr. Robert Wulf
  416. Dr. John Wykcoff
  417. Mrs. Wykcoff
  418. Mrs. Anna Wyzisk
  419. Mr. W. F. Zentler
  420. Miss P. R. Zentler
  421. Mr. Paul Zimmermann
  422. Mr. Otto Zoeller
  423. Mrs. Zoeller
  424. Dr. Th. F. Zucker
  425. Mrs. Zucker

Passenger Information

BREMEN

The City of Bremen, the home port of the North German Lloyd has played host to its overseas guests through the port of Bremerhaven for a great many years.

This old Hanseatic city, the founding of which dates back to the year 787 is thoroughly imbued with the spirit of past generations —as exemplified by the presence of its characteristic, medieval architecture, so fascinating and so alluring to the traveler.

The stranger (though he need not be for long) is immediately impressed by the picturesque charm of the inner city—its numerous historical treasures, beautiful parks and fine buildings.

The celebrated Rathaus, the Ratskeller—with the Lead Cellar, the Roland Statue, the Schuetting House or Chamber of Commerce and St. Peters Cathedral are easily accessible to the traveler from the Market Place.

There are also in this vicinity several other old buildings among them the Essig House and the Gewerbehaus or former Guild Hall of the cloth merchants.

Hospitality is synonymous with Bremen. Its people have long learned the art of making your stay there an exceptionally pleasant one.

"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."

Information for Tourist Class Passengers

Passengers are requested to comply with the orders of the Captain and his officers, who are responsible for the safety of the ship, the comfort of passengers, and order on board.

Meals will be served as follows:

1st Sitting

  • Breakfast 7:30. a. m.
  • Lunch 12 Noon
  • Dinner 6:30. p. m.

2nd Sitting

  • Breakfast 8:30. a. m.
  • Lunch 1.00 p. m.
  • Dinner 7:30. p. m.

Scats in the Dining Room may be reserved upon application to the Chief Steward.

Meals are not served in the cabins or on deck, unless passengers are prevented through illness from taking their meals in the Dining Room.

A selection of good beverages and smoking accessories is carried on board.
In order not to disturb passengers, lights in the Social Hall and on the Promenade Deck will be extinguished at 11 p.m., those in the Smoking Room at 11.30 p.m.

Passengers are requested not to order any beverages in the Smoking Room after 11 p.m. and not to frequent the Promenade Decks between 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

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

Larger articles of baggage will be stored in the baggage room and will be accessible to passengers at certain times during the day. Baggage should not be placed in the corridors.

Baggage, parcels, etc., intended for forwarding, for storage, or for delivery to a third party, are to be handed only to the Baggage Master who is authorized to receive such baggage.

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

For their own interest passengers are especially requested upon landing to look after their hand baggage and to take care that, before leaving the steamer, no personal belongings are left in their cabins or elsewhere on the steamer.

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

Money and Valuables. Safe deposit boxes for the safe keeping of money, jewelry, documents or other valuable articles, can be procured at nominal cost upon application to the Purser's office. The charge for the duration of the voyage is $1.00 for a small box and $2.00 for a larger one.

Exchange of Money. The purser has only a limited supply of currency at his disposal, and thus money can only be exchanged to such an amount as is in accordance with the amount of currency available.

Library. A library on board, properly catalogued, is placed at the disposal of the passengers.

Doctor. A duly qualified physician is on board who will, free of charge, attend to passengers who take ill and are in need of medical aid during the voyage.
Treatment of Sea-Sickness.

Travelers inclined toward seasickness have an opportunity on all North German Lloyd passenger steamers of availing themselves of an entirely new method of treatment (Dr. Dammert's Process of inhalation).

Experience has hitherto shown that good results are attained by this method. Passengers wishing to be treated by this new process are requested to apply to the ship's doctor.

A small charge of Mks. 2 (about 80c.) is made for each treatment, the amount to be paid to the Chief Steward. A printed form is provided on which to enter memo of treatments received, and this is to be handed in at Chief Steward's office at end of voyage when settlement is made for sundry expenses incurred during the voyage.

Bath Rooms. Passengers intending to use the bath rooms, are requested to write their names, and the hour desired, on the list placed on the door of the bath room.

Barber, Hairdresser. Prices are exhibited in the Barber's room.

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

Cigars, Cigarettes and Playing Cards may be obtained in the Smoking-Room at list prices.

Smoking is only permitted in the Smoking Room and on deck. It ia strictly prohibited below deck, in the Dining Room or in the state rooms.

Letters and Telegrams. The Chief Steward has charge of the distribution of incoming mail.

Mail for passengers is delivered on board at the port of arrival before the passengers land. Before leaving the ship passengers should ascertain personally whether there is any mail for them.

Passengers should also leave their addresses with the Chief Steward so that mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded to them.

Letters and telegrams may be addressed in care of any of the company's agents.

Deck chairs and rugs may be rented for the voyage from the deck stewards at the following rates: In tourist class and third class, chair $1.00, cushion $1.00, rug $1.00.

Pastimes and Games are at the disposal of the passengers.

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 complied with if possible.

Wireless Telegraph. The wireless station (Telefunken-System) on board of all steamers of the North German Lloyd is permanently in communication with coast stations.

All information regarding the dispatch of wireless messages, length of time required for transmission and telegraph fee may be obtained at the wireless station on board, or on land from the Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie m.b.IL, Berlin-Charlottenburg 2, Hardenbergstr. 43, telegraphic address "Debeg," Tel. C. Steinplatz 8051.

Telegrams, Radiograms and Cablegrams are accepted at the ship's wireless station exclusively.

A daily bulletin is published with news received by wireless.

Group Photograph of Tourist Passengers on board the North German Lloyd SS Europa - 25 July 1934.

Group Photograph of Tourist Passengers on board the North German Lloyd SS Europa - 25 July 1934. GGA Image ID # 15af0ee196

Notice to Passenger Landing In Bremerhaven, Germany, 1934.

Notice to Passenger Landing In Bremerhaven, Germany, 1934. Dr. J. D. Freeman was a Tourist Class Passenger Onboard the SS Europa Departing New York on 25 July 1934 for Bremerhaven. Reverse Side has the German Language Version of this Notice. GGA Image ID # 15af48d661

On board S.S. "Europa"
Important for your landing at Bremerhaven

Dr. Freeman Cabin Nr. 586

Before landing at Bremerhaven, you are kindly requested to fill out the attached form, showing the amount of money (cash, travelers cheques, letters of credit etc.) you carry with you. This is to prevent delay when you are leaving Germany.

A special representative of the pursers office will gladly help you filling out this from between New York and Cherbourg. You will find him daily in the
Writing Room from 3.30 p.m. to 6 p.m.

À German Custom-Officer will certify this form on the way from Cherbourg to Bremerhaven.

The Purser.

Provenance: From the Estate of Dr. J. D. Freeman. Acquired 2020

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