SS Europa Passenger List - 24 January 1936

First Class and Tourist Passenger Lists from the SS Europa of the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Departing 24 January 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf.

Front Cover of a First Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 24 January 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a First Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 24 January 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf. GGA Image ID # 1626010964

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  O. Scharf
  • Chief Officer: H. Lorenz
  • Sport Officer: H. Mannier
  • Chief Engineer: H. Eints
  • Purser: H. W. Muller
  • First Surgeon: Dr. W. Brahms
  • Second Surgeon: Dr. F. Otto
  • First Officer of the Traffic Office: W. de Haas
  • Second Officer of the Traffic Office: J. Veening
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: Miss Elly Dachau
  • Chief Steward: H. Trantofsky
  • Steward for Tourist Class: O. Anderson
  • Steward for Third Class: O. Dunkel
  • Stewart for Restaurant: J. Meierhans
  • Chief Cook: K. Wagner
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator Senior Officer: D. Berbig
  • First Baggage Master: H. Horstmann

First Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Svend Aasted
  2. Mr. Jere Abhott
  3. Miss Dorothy M. Adams
  4. Mr. Elmer T. Anderson
  5. Mr. Bonnutti Arturo
  6. Mr. Stefano Berizzi
  7. Mr. George Bonne
  8. Mr. Alan S. Butler
  9. Mr. Rudolf Caracciola
  10. Mr. Alfredo Casella
  11. Mr. Generalkonsul Dr. Julius Caspar
  12. Mr. Georges Christopoulo
  13. Hon. Judge John H. Covington
  14. Mrs. John H. Covington
  15. Capt. A. Cunningham-Reid
  16. Mrs. A.Cunningham-Reid
  17. Dr. Kurt Danziger-Stockheim
  18. Mrs. Gertrud Danziger-Stockheim
  19. Sir Edward Davson
  20. Lady Davson
  21. Mr. Paul Dietz
  22. Mr. H. J. Donner
  23. Mrs. H. J. Donner
  24. Mr. Hans Elliot
  25. Mrs. Brooks Emeny
  26. Miss Katherine Endicott
  27. Mr. Raymond Foltz
  28. Mr. Leo Forchheimer
  29. Mr. Otto Freudenberg
  30. Miss M. Gibson
  31. Mr. Ramon D. Gomez
  32. Mr. General Director Walter Hahnemann
  33. Mrs. Irma Hahnemann
  34. Mrs. Grete Heinhold
  35. Mr. Mahmond Helmy-Bey
  36. Tatty Helmy-Bey
  37. Mrs. Hensel
  38. Mr. Matt. Hohner
  39. Mrs. Matt. Hohner
  40. Mr. Alfred Honigmann
  41. Mr. Frank N. Horton
  42. Mr. Louis Hosbein
  43. Mr. P. T. Jackson
  44. Mr. F. K. Kielberg
  45. Mrs. F. K. Kielberg
  46. Mr. Adolph Kietz
  47. Mrs. Adolph Kietz
  48. Mr. Harald Kreutzberg
  49. Mr. Pierre Laueres
  50. Mrs. Pierre Laneres
  51. Mr. James Le Fevre
  52. Mrs. James Le Fevre
  53. Mr. E. L. Lueder
  54. Professor Ivar Mahner
  55. Miss Elliot Mason
  56. Mrs. Adele Mautz
  57. Mr. J. Q. Mc Donald
  58. Mrs. J. Q. Mc Donald
  59. Mr. William R. McHenry
  60. Mr. A. A. Meyer
  61. Mr. Hans Meyer
  62. Mrs. Erika Meyer
  63. Mr. John Moffat
  64. Mrs. John Moffat
  65. Mr. Willy Moos
  66. Mr. John Musker
  67. Mrs. Elizabeth Musker
  68. Miss Anna Nadas
  69. Mr. George R. Parker
  70. Dr. Arthur Pastor
  71. Mrs. Hedwig Pastor
  72. Mr. Manuel A. Paz
  73. Mrs. Manuel A. Paz
  74. Mr. Reginald Petley
  75. Mrs. Olga Petley
  76. Mr. Alberto Poltronieri
  77. Mrs. Vera Rau
  78. Miss F. Rockefeller
  79. Mr. I-eonard Rood
  80. Mr. John B. Royce
  81. Mr. Robert Ryersen
  82. Mrs. R. Ryersen and Children
  83. Mr. George Scott
  84. Mr. A. L. Searle
  85. Mrs. A. L. Searle
  86. Mrs. M. E. Seers
  87. Mr. Erik SerIadmis
  88. Miss Smith
  89. Mr. John R. Schmidt
  90. Mrs. John R. Schmidt
  91. Dr. M. Schmidt-Ernsthausen
  92. Mr. Harry J. Schneider
  93. Dr. Hermann Schülein
  94. Mr. Gunnar Stadius
  95. Mr. Alfred Stempfle
  96. Mr. Guy Stevens
  97. Mr. Edwin J. Thomas
  98. Mrs. Edwin J. Thomas
  99. Richard Thomas
  100. Jean Thomas
  101. Miss Hermine Tobias
  102. Mr. General Director Richard Ullner
  103. Mrs. Martha Ullner
  104. Mr. Frank S. Vanstone
  105. Mrs. Frank S. Vanstone
  106. Mr. Carl Wehrli-Thielen
  107. Mr. Chief Bailiff Carl Friedrich Wentzel
  108. Mrs. Ella Wentzel
  109. Mr. Director Gerhard A. Westrich
  110. Mrs. Irmtrud Westrich
  111. Mr. Harry F. Wheeler
  112. Mr. Friedrich Wilckens
  113. Mrs. Woolley-Hart

To Southampton

  1. Miss Ida J. Ahrenbeck
  2. Mrs. Therese Auerswald
  3. Mr. William H. Colt
  4. Mr. Karl Hölzer
  5. Mr. Percy Jepson
  6. Mr. Sally Lorch
  7. Mr. M. F. Reid
  8. Mr. Director E. Martin Schmidt
  9. Mrs. Evelyn Smith
  10. Mr. Herbert Schwartze

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa First Class Passenger List - 24 January 1936

Track Chart on the Back Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa First Class Passenger List - 24 January 1936. GGA Image ID # 16260ff336

Front Cover of a Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 24 January 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg

Front Cover of a Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 24 January 1936 from Bremen to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf. GGA Image ID # 162b638dbe

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Herr Florian Asam
  2. Fräul. Auguste Baeckmann
  3. Herr Frank Barcot
  4. Fräul. Engeline Beckmann
  5. Frau Milda Begemann
  6. Herr Otto Behrens
  7. Frau Anna Bellmer
  8. Walter Bellmer
  9. Frau Erna Berblinger
  10. Fräul. Leonor Bertram
  11. Herr Henry Biljes
  12. Frau Auguste Bothe
  13. Herr Bruce Boyce
  14. Herr Georg Buck
  15. Frau Dora Buck
  16. Herr G. Buurman
  17. Fräul. Henriette Christensen
  18. Fräul. Flora H. Cox
  19. Frau Frida Dammann
  20. Fräul. Centa Daser
  21. Herr Alverich v. d. Decken
  22. Herr Vasil Dimoff
  23. Fräul. Maria Dorfner
  24. Herr Karl Durst
  25. Frau Klothilde Durst
  26. Herr Fred Eben
  27. Herr Hermann Eisenhauer
  28. Frau Gretchen Eisenhauer
  29. Marianne Eisenhauer
  30. Frau Adele Engels
  31. Giselbeit Engels
  32. Frau Loretta Ensinger
  33. Fräul. Maria Ensinger
  34. Frau Petionella Erzleben
  35. Frau Frieda Esselsgroth
  36. Herr Henry Esser
  37. Frau Henry Esser
  38. Herr Charles Flolher
  39. Herr Alfred Frank
  40. Herr William Fraune
  41. Fräul. Elfriede Fredersdorf
  42. Herr Joseph Friedrich
  43. Herr Albert Gardner
  44. Herr Ernst Gehben
  45. Herr Ernst F. Goetze
  46. Frau Olga F. Goetze
  47. Frau Maria Goldinger
  48. Fräul. Marie Goschler
  49. Alfred Götzenberger
  50. Herr Georg Greiwe
  51. Herr Anton Grichnik
  52. Herr John Groenert
  53. Herr Adolf Gutmann
  54. Frau Friedl Gutmann
  55. Marianne Gutmann
  56. Frau Amalie Gutmann
  57. Herr Ludwig Haag
  58. Anna Haag Frau
  59. Helene Haladey
  60. Herr Waldemar Hallin
  61. Geitrude Hammer
  62. Fräul. Elisabeth Heckler
  63. Herr Adam Heil
  64. Frau Gesche Heilmann
  65. John Heitmann
  66. Werner Heitmann
  67. Fräul. Loni Helfen
  68. Fräul. Maria Hellinger
  69. Herr Herbert Herr
  70. Frau Johanna Hipp
  71. Fräul. Elisabeth Hipp
  72. Frau Agnes Hocker
  73. Herr Georg Hofmann
  74. Fräul. Franziska Hofmann
  75. Herr Johann Höft
  76. Herr Edward C. Hollis
  77. Frau Edward C. Hollis
  78. Herr Arthur W. Jaeger
  79. Herr A. W. Jonkheer
  80. Herr Kurt Kaak
  81. Herr Pentti Karjala
  82. Herr John H. Kelly
  83. Fräul. Liselotte Kinski
  84. Herr Jens M. Kjeldsen
  85. Herr J. van Klaveren
  86. Herr Mathias König
  87. Herr Wilhelm Köster
  88. Frau Anna Köster
  89. Fräul. Apolonia Krajcirova
  90. Fräul. Emilie L. Kreuser
  91. Herr Albert Krüger
  92. Herr John R. Larson
  93. Frau F. M. Larson
  94. Herr Erling Ledaal
  95. Herr B. van Leeuwen
  96. Frau B. van Leeuwen
  97. Herr Karl Lehner
  98. Fräul. Helen Lehner
  99. Frau Frida Lidle
  100. Fräul. Maria Lintner
  101. Frau Lena M. Lobdell
  102. Herr William Luebbe
  103. Frau Ella Luoma
  104. Herr Evert Lustig
  105. Fräul. Silvia Lutas
  106. Herr Anton Mainz
  107. Frau Mainz
  108. Herr Martin Mangels
  109. Herr Carl A. Mathiesen
  110. Frau Hazel M. Mathiesen
  111. Fräul. Katharina Mehler
  112. Herr John Meinken
  113. Frau Emma Meinken
  114. Herr Martin Mirlach
  115. Fräul. Anni Mohr
  116. Herr Adam W. M. Mowinckel
  117. Herr Jakob Mugele
  118. Herr Willy Mühlner
  119. Herr Jakob Müller
  120. Frau Anna Nauroth
  121. Herr Georg Niedermaier
  122. Fräul. Helen Nielebock
  123. Herr Knud Aage Nielsen
  124. Herr Karl Pape
  125. Herr Franklin S. Patterson
  126. Herr William F. Priesmeyer
  127. Frau Maria Purger
  128. Herr S. A. Rapier
  129. Fräul. Didi Rapier
  130. Fräul. Helen Rapier
  131. Fräul. Margot Rapier
  132. Fräul. Madeleine Rapier
  133. Frau Marie Reitzel
  134. Herr Oliver D. Revell
  135. Frau Ottilie Richardt
  136. Edward Gigler
  137. Fräul. Erna Ringen
  138. Herr Franz Rodies
  139. Frau Anna Sahli
  140. Frau Angelika Salzmann
  141. Herr Walter Seewald
  142. Herr S. Serebren
  143. Fräul. Marie Serina
  144. Frau Marie Seidl
  145. Herr Georg H. Seitz
  146. Frau Mary Simonsen
  147. Fräul. Anna Simonsen
  148. Fräul. Martha Sievers
  149. Herr John R. Sjöholm
  150. Herr Jens Sorensen
  151. Frau Mary Helen Svalina
  152. Frau Anna Szabo-Wohlfarth
  153. Herr Werner Schaerff
  154. Frau Esther Schaerff
  155. Herr Kurt Schettler
  156. Herr Josef Scherzinger
  157. Frau Kath. Scherzinger
  158. Fräul. Anna Schlichting
  159. Herr Ernst Schmidt
  160. Herr Wilhelm Schmidt
  161. Fräul. Hilda Schuster
  162. Frau Käthi Steck
  163. Frederick Steck
  164. Gerhard Stichling
  165. Fräul. Elsie Stumpf
  166. Herr Frank Sturm
  167. Fräul. Dora Tewes
  168. Fräul. Ada Ubbinga
  169. Herr Werner Ubbinga
  170. Frau Karoline Viernickel
  171. Herr Warner
  172. Herr Anton Weit
  173. Frau Gertrude Werndl
  174. Herr Ludwig Wild
  175. Herr George Wolff
  176. Frau Maria Wolff
  177. Frau Ottilie Zihr

To Southampton

  1. Herr Georg Abele
  2. Frau Evelyn D. Atkinson
  3. Herr Cox
  4. Frau Cox
  5. Fräul. Ingeborg Gürtler
  6. Fräul. Ruth Sieskind
  7. Herr L. W. Strock

BREMEN

The City of Bremen receives its Overseas Guests at the Columbus Quay, in Bremerhaven, in the European "Station on the Sea-front". In 1 ½ hours by train or 50 minutes by motorcar one reaches the 70 Kilometers distant City on the Weser, the old Hanseatic City of Bremen; the city which, as a cultivated patrician city with its magnificent sites, offers the travelling public beautiful historical buildings and select Hotels and Restaurants, and at the same time, possessing most modern docks, is the busy centre of an extensive overseas-trade.

In contrast to the everyday appearance of many of the Hanseatic towns Bremen presents an architectural picture which makes everyone feel at home. Century-old tradition has made its impression. The Market Square is the focus of all that is characteristic of this city. The grouping of such venerable buildings as the magnificent City Hall, the valiant Roland, the Cathedral Spires reaching heavenwards, the golden "Schütting" (Chamber of Commerce) was created from that proud, independent spirit of citizenship which has made Bremen.

It was the same energy of tenacious citizenship that sailed the first steamship on the Weser, inaugurated 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. Even Romance survives and has found an expression as equally intrepid as it is strong, in the Böttcherstraße which, branches - off from the Market Square.

No wonder then, that many a globe-trotter was captivated with Bremen and meditatively sat in the "Ratskeller" brooding over the question as to how it was that this City offered a feeling of security and at the same time disclosed so much energy; how it was that this City supplied the whole of Europe with Cotton, has old Buildings, and is the home of the Norddeutscher Lloyd who can claim as their own, the fastest ships in the world, "Bremen" and "Europa", and who open up connections to all parts of the globe.

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 passengers are recommended to leave their address at the Chief Steward's office, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded on to them.

Letters and telegrams may be directed in c/o any of the Company's agents.
Telegrams and radiograms to be dispatched from the next port 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.

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 &c. 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' 11" 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.

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