SS Europa Passenger List - 20 May 1936

Front Cover of a Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 20 May 1936 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton

Front Cover of a Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 20 May 1936 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf. GGA Image ID # 162b8350fe

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain:  O. Scharf
  • Chief Officer: H. Lorenz
  • Chief Engineer: H. Eints
  • Chief Purser: H. Ditzen
  • Purser Tourist Class: K. Rhode
  • Purser Third Class: H. Grosser
  • First Doctor: Dr. W. Brahms
  • Second Doctor: Dr. W. Wilkening
  • Graduate Nurse: Miss Elizabeth Willers
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: W. de Haas
  • Special Travel Service: Miss Elly Dackau
  • Managing Chief Steward: H. Trantufsky
  • Chief Steward Tourist Class: Th. Oehlrichs
  • Chief Steward Third Class: O. Dunkel
  • Chief Stewart Restaurant: A. Meierhans
  • Managing Chief Cook: A. Enschelmaier
  • Wireless Telegraph Operator First Officer: D. Berbig
  • Baggage Master: H. Horstmann

Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Consul E. A. Altio
  2. Mrs. Josefine Perez Abascal
  3. Mrs. Charles A. Aitken
  4. Miss J. Altmann
  5. Mrs. Mary A. Ammann
  6. Mr. Horace Anderson
  7. Mrs. Horace Anderson
  8. Mr. Anderson
  9. Mr. Eberhard Andreas
  10. Mrs. Emma Apetz
  11. Master Henry Apetz
  12. Mrs. Hilda Arnold
  13. Miss Hilda Arnold
  14. Miss Elizabeth Arnold
  15. Dr. Willy Arnold
  16. Mrs. Willy Arnold
  17. Dr. Babcock
  18. Mr. R. T. Backhouse
  19. Mr. E. U. Bachmann
  20. Mrs. E. U. Bachmann
  21. Miss Eleanor Bancroft
  22. Miss Eliese Baer
  23. Mrs. Erna R. Barabas
  24. Mr. Peter Banff
  25. Mr. Carl Becher
  26. Mrs. Carl Becher
  27. Mr. Ignacio de Belaustegugoitia
  28. Mr. William Bell
  29. Mrs. William Bell
  30. Master William Bell
  31. Mr. Georg Berger
  32. Dr. Hans Berger-Schaefer
  33. Mrs. Irma Berlinger
  34. Miss Hedwig Beyer
  35. Rev. Casimir Bickauskas
  36. Mrs. Hermine Bischoff
  37. Master William Bischoff
  38. Mrs. Joseph Bisenius
  39. Miss Dorothy Bisenius
  40. Mr. Frank Blaha
  41. Mr. John J. Blumers
  42. Mrs. John J. Blumers
  43. Mr. Alfred Bock
  44. Mr. George Boettcher
  45. Miss Kate Boettcher
  46. Miss Mina Boettigheimer
  47. Miss Johanna Bokenkroger
  48. Mr. Leonhard Bollinger
  49. Mrs. Adolph Bom
  50. Master Adolph Born
  51. Mrs. Ida Born
  52. Master Harry Born
  53. Miss Ellen Louise Born
  54. Dr. Philip D. Bourland
  55. Mrs. Philip D. Bourland
  56. Mr. A. E. Brandon
  57. Mr. A. C. Brandon
  58. Mr. Rudolf Braun
  59. Mrs. Rudolf Braun
  60. Miss Edith Breese
  61. Mr. P. D. Brewster
  62. Mrs. Anna Brock
  63. Mr. Denzil Brown
  64. Mrs. George D. Bryson
  65. Miss Helen Bryson
  66. Mr. Wilhelm Buck
  67. Mrs. Wilhelm Buck
  68. Mrs. Martha Bullock
  69. Miss Anita Bullock
  70. Miss Gertrude Bunge
  71. Miss Emilie Büttner
  72. Mr. Igrahim Choukri
  73. Mr. Frederick H. Clarke, Jr.
  74. Miss Katherine Colahan
  75. Mr. J. Collins
  76. Mrs. J. Collins
  77. Mr. H. Collins
  78. Mr. Hermann Cordes
  79. Mrs. Hermann Cordes
  80.  Mr. Neiman Craley
  81. Mrs. Neiman Craley
  82. Rev. Cramer
  83. Miss Florence M. Crow
  84. Mr. F. J. Cullum
  85. Mr. Olaf Dahlquist
  86. Mrs. U. de Buygit Daly
  87. Miss Ann de Buygit Daly
  88. Mr. Luitpold Dammholz
  89. Mr. Henry Dardier
  90. Dr. Alons David
  91. Mrs. Auguste von Deesten
  92. Mrs. Hildegard Dewers
  93. Mr. Josef Diemand
  94. Mr. John A. Dienner
  95. Mr. Joseph Dietrich
  96. Mrs. Joseph Dietrich
  97. Miss Adelheid Dihle
  98. Mr. J. A. Droege
  99. Mrs. Anne Durnwirth
  100. Master Roy Durnwirth
  101. Master Rudolph Durnwirth
  102. Mrs. Lena Ebert
  103. Master John C. Ebert
  104. Mrs. Anna Eitel
  105. Mr. Charles S. Ellery
  106. Mrs. Leo Erlanger
  107. Master Franklin Erlanger
  108. Miss Gretle Ertle
  109. Mr. F. Wright Fabyan, Jr.
  110. Miss Clara Fehrle
  111. Mrs. Maria Feistenhammer
  112. Mr. Ludwig Feistenhammer
  113. Rev. A. M. Fish
  114. Mr. K. Fivelstad
  115. Mr. J. W. Flanagan
  116. Mrs. J. W. Flanagan
  117. Mr. Walter Flinsch
  118. Dr. Karl Forster
  119. Mrs. Karl Forster
  120. Mr. William Fox
  121. Mrs. William Fox
  122. Mr. George P. Fox
  123. Mr. Frank
  124. Mrs. Frank
  125. Rev. William Frantzen
  126. Mr. C. Ph. Frericks
  127. Mrs. M. H. Frohberg
  128. Mr. F. Fuhrmann
  129. Prof. Wilhelm Funk
  130. Mrs. Wilhelm Funk
  131. Mr. O. D. Garland
  132. Mrs. L. Gear
  133. Mr. E. Gehrmann
  134. Master W. Geralds
  135. Miss Dora Gerken
  136. Mrs. Giesinger
  137. Mrs. Martha Glansberg
  138. Miss E. Glauert
  139. Mr. A. Gleason
  140. Mrs. A. Gleason
  141. Miss J. Gleason
  142. Miss A. Gleason
  143. Miss J. Von Goeckingk
  144. Mr. August Goedel
  145. Mr. L. J. Greatwood
  146. Mr. John M. Greene
  147. Mrs. John M. Greene
  148. Mrs. Ida Griesinger
  149. Mr. D. Griffin
  150. Mr. Paul Grote
  151. Mrs. Johanna Grote
  152. Miss Burgie Gruber
  153. Miss Ilia Gruendel
  154. Miss Olga Grünewald
  155. Mr. Grünwald
  156. Mrs. Josephine Gschrey
  157. Mr. Charles A. Gulick
  158. Mrs. Charles A. Gulick
  159. Miss Betty Ann Gulick
  160. Mrs. Mathilde Hackel
  161. Mr. Howard Hackel
  162. Miss Nettie Hackel
  163. Prof. Karl Hahn
  164. Miss Martine Hanson
  165. Mr. Johan Hansson
  166. Mrs. Johan Hansson
  167. Miss Rosalie Harding
  168. Mr. John Harmsen
  169. Mrs. John Harmsen
  170. Mr. Alfred T. Hartwell
  171. Mrs. Alfred T. Hartwell
  172. Miss Elsie Hartwich
  173. Mr. Matthew F. Hayes
  174. Mrs. Matthew F. Hayes
  175. Miss Alice Hayes
  176. Mr. Walter Hecht
  177. Mr. Julius Hegelmann
  178. Mrs. Julius Hegelmann
  179. Mr. Julius S. Hegelmann
  180. Mr. Franz Heidrich
  181. Mrs. Emma Heim
  182. Mr. Fred Hell
  183. Mrs. Margarete Helmedach
  184. Miss Lilly Helmedach
  185. Miss Charlotte Henschel
  186. Dr. Friedrich Herber
  187. Mrs. Friedrich Herber
  188. Mrs. Theresia Herber
  189. Mr. Conrad Hermann
  190. Mrs. Conrad Hermann
  191. Mr. Georg Herte
  192. Mr. Robert Heuser
  193. Mrs. L. Heuzeel
  194. Mr. Otto Heyner
  195. Mr. Paul Hildebrand
  196. Mrs. Frieda Hoefer
  197. Mrs. Caroline Hoetzer
  198. Miss Emmy Hof
  199. Miss Margaret Hofmann
  200. Mr. Otto Hohman
  201. Mrs. Otto Hohman
  202. Master Ernst Hohman
  203. Dr. Alfred Hoing
  204. Mr. Joseph Hajek
  205. Mrs. Joseph Hajek
  206. Mr. W. B. Hoke
  207. Mrs. W. B. Hoke
  208. Mr. Carl Horlitz
  209. Mrs. Carl Horlitz
  210. Miss Mignon Horlitz
  211. Mons. V. Hribar
  212. Miss Mary Hribar
  213. Mr. Pierre Huber
  214. Dr. Erich Hylla
  215. Mrs. Erich Hylla
  216. Miss Helene Jacobi
  217. Mrs. Marguerite Janssen
  218. Mr. F. J. Jemenez
  219. Miss K. Jenkins
  220. Mr. H. Martin Jensen
  221. Mr. John Jensen
  222. Miss Eleonore Jepersen
  223. Miss Olga Jirouschck
  224. Mr. Joseph Kackos
  225. Mr. Gustav Kaehler
  226. Mrs. Gustav Kaehler
  227. Mr. Soren Kaltoft
  228. Mrs. Soren Kaltoft
  229. Mr. Edmund H. Kase
  230. Mrs. Edmund H. Kase
  231. Mr. William Kauffmann
  232. Miss Louise Kauffmann
  233. Mr. V. K. Kedronck
  234. Mrs. V. K. Kedronck
  235. Mr. Melvin Keil
  236. Mrs. Melvin Keil
  237. Mrs. Agnes Kessler
  238. Mr. William Keil
  239. Mrs. Emma Kiel
  240. Master Hugo Kiel
  241. Mrs. Maria Kisch
  242. Mrs. Marie Kleemeyer
  243. Mr. Rudolf Klinck
  244. Mrs. Rudolf Klinck
  245. Mr. Otto Kniesche
  246. Mrs. Otto Kniesche
  247. Mrs. Linda Kobelt
  248. Master Carl Kobelt
  249. Mr. E. Kocher
  250. Mr. Hugo Koehler
  251. Mrs. Hugo Koehler
  252. Miss Eleanor Koehler
  253. Capt. T. J. Koenig
  254. Mrs. T. J. Koenig
  255. Mr. Paul Koopmann
  256. Miss F. Kormoachs
  257. Mrs. Anna Kortmann
  258. Miss Mary Kovac
  259. Mrs. Karl Kowol
  260. Mrs. G. Kraseman
  261. Mr. Adolf Krause
  262. Mrs. Adolf Krause
  263. Mr. Walter von Krenski
  264. Miss Elsa Kroenlein
  265. Mr. Walter Kröhnert
  266. Mr. Hans Krueger
  267. Mrs. Hans Krueger
  268. Dr. Josef Kreuzberg
  269. Mrs. Emma Kruger
  270. Mr. Paul Kuhlmann
  271. Mr. Oscar C. Kuntze
  272. Mr. Karl Kup
  273. Miss Helene Kutzenko
  274. Mr. Alfred Lachhein
  275. Mrs. Alfred Lachhein
  276. Miss Doris Lachhein
  277. Mrs. Hildegard Lair
  278. Miss Hildegard Lair
  279. Mr. Julius G. Landage
  280. Mrs. Julius G. Landage
  281. Dr. Victor Lange
  282. Miss Anny Langer
  283. Miss Helen C. Lehner
  284. Mrs. Hedwig Lehrer
  285. Miss Hedwig Lehrer
  286. Mr. H. P. Leverich
  287. Rev. Anigetus M. Linkus
  288. Mr. Herbert Lorenz
  289. Mrs. Herbert Lorenz
  290. Mrs. Anna Lorenz
  291. Miss Martha Lorenz
  292. Mr. Herbert Lorenz
  293. Miss Eva L. Loudon
  294. Mr. August Lubbe
  295. Mrs. Ivouisa Luesma
  296. Miss Martha Lumme
  297. Rev. Povikas Lunskis
  298. Miss Anna Lutz
  299. Mr. Wilhelm Mächens
  300. Mrs. Wilhelm Mächens
  301. Mr. N. A. Makaroff
  302. Mrs. N. A. Makaroff
  303. Sister Margaret
  304. Mr. George Mathews
  305. Mr. Wilhelm Matron
  306. Mrs. H. Mattem
  307. Mrs. Mayer
  308. Miss Mayer
  309. Mr. J. A. McFarland
  310. Mrs. J. A. McFarland
  311. Miss Hazel McKee
  312. Mr. Charles Meiners
  313. Miss Verna M. Meiners
  314. Mrs. Charles Meiners
  315. Mrs. Henry Meklenburg
  316. Mr. Herbert von Mezler
  317. Mrs. Herbert von Metzler
  318. Miss Maria von Metzler
  319. Mr. John Meyer
  320. Miss Elizabeth Meyer
  321. Mrs. Sophie Michl
  322. Miss Helene Michl
  323. Mrs. Berta Mildner
  324. Mr. Joseph Miskinis
  325. Mrs. Joseph Miskinis
  326. Mr. Joseph Miskinis, Jr.
  327. Mrs. Joseph Mitchell
  328. Miss Dorothy Mitchell
  329. Mr. Josef Moll
  330. Mrs. Josef Moll
  331. Dr. Fritz Moser
  332. Mrs. Fritz Moser
  333. Mrs. Mary Mosig
  334. Miss Evelyn Mosig
  335. Mr. Hermann Mueller
  336. Rev. John Mueller
  337. Mrs. Mueller
  338. Mr. Curt Mueller
  339. Mrs. Sofie Mueller
  340. Mrs. Else Mueller
  341. Dr. A. Munzer
  342. Miss Murphy
  343. Prof. James L. Mursell
  344. Mrs. Meta Nebel
  345. Mr. Emery E. Neff
  346. Mrs. Emery E. Neff
  347. Mr. A. Nelson
  348. Mrs. Ellena Nemeth
  349. Mrs. Ernestine Neuheller
  350. Mr. A. Niewenhuis
  351. Mr. Beeser E. Nickoloff
  352. Mrs. Ernestine Nicol
  353. Mr. Henry Nienhaus
  354. Miss B. Norlind
  355. Mr. Gustav von Oehsen
  356. Mrs. Gustav von Oehsen
  357. Mr. Josef Oepen
  358. Mrs. Josef Oepen
  359. Mr. Martin Ohlich
  360. Mr. J. W. Olmsted
  361. Mrs. J. W. Olmsted
  362. Mr. J. J. Onderwater
  363. Mr. John Orth
  364. Mrs. John Orth
  365. Mrs. Ruth Ousgaard
  366. Dr. Rudolf M. Paltauf
  367. Mrs. Rudolf M. Paltauf
  368. Master Rudolph C. Paltauf
  369. Master Richard E. Paltauf
  370. Rev. George Paskus
  371. Miss E. Peck
  372. Miss Carla Pfeiffer
  373. Mr. B. Philippo
  374. Mr. W. A. Philippo
  375. Mr. Christian S. Phillips
  376. Mrs. Marie Plenck
  377. Mr. Hans Plumeyer
  378. Mrs. A. P. Poiret
  379. Mr. Alfred G. Preston
  380. Mrs. Alfred G. Preston
  381. Master Alfred A. Preston
  382. Miss Mary Preston
  383. Miss Emily Preston
  384. Prof. G. Prezzolini
  385. Mrs. G. Prezzolini
  386. Mr. Konrad Probst
  387. Mr. A. J. Proest
  388. Mr. Jack Preyde
  389. Mrs. Rosemarie Rauh
  390. Mrs. Beatrice J. Raymond
  391. Miss Beatrice M. Raymond
  392. Mr. William Reichert
  393. Mrs. William Reichert
  394. Mr. William Reinecke
  395. Mrs. Robert Rennie
  396. Mr. Albert Reisner
  397. Mrs. Else Reitz
  398. Miss Elsie Reitz
  399. Mr. Karl T. Reugger
  400. Mrs. Karl T. Reugger
  401. Miss Mignon Reugger
  402. Miss Marie Richardt
  403. Mr. Louis Richling
  404. Mrs. Anna Richter
  405. Mrs. Rose Richter
  406. Mrs. Alwine Riechers
  407. Mr. Johann L. Riedel
  408. Mr. Julius Ries
  409. Miss Hedwig Roghe
  410. Miss B. L. Rodger
  411. Mr. August Rolfsmeyer
  412. Mr. C. A. Roozekrans
  413. Mr. Ernst Roser
  414. Mr. Herbert Ruediger
  415. Dr. D. J. Ruzicka
  416. Mrs. Ruzicka
  417. Miss Emma Sandman
  418. Miss Brigitte L. Sauer
  419. Mr. John Sause
  420. Miss Elizabeth Sause
  421. Mr. Alois Schäfer
  422. Mrs. Berta Schaefer
  423. Mr. Herbert Schelzel
  424. Mrs. Rose Scherpe
  425. Mr. Alexander Schiller
  426. Mrs. Alexander Schiller
  427. Mr. Gottlieb Schlegel
  428. Mrs. Emma Schlimmerer
  429. Miss Helen Schlimmerer
  430. Miss Anny Schlund
  431. Mr. A. Schmidt
  432. Mr. Max Schmitt
  433. Mr. Alfred Schnaittader
  434. Mr. Otto U. Von Schrader
  435. Mrs. Otto U. Von Schrader
  436. Mrs. Paul Schulthess
  437. Miss Carol Schulthess
  438. Mr. Herbert Schuhs
  439. Mrs. Thusnelda Schulz
  440. Mr. Alex Schulze
  441. Mrs. Alex Schulze
  442. Miss Barbara Schwarz
  443. Miss Philomena Seebauer
  444. Mr. Gustav Seeberger
  445. Dr. A. Seele
  446. Mrs. A. Seele
  447. Master Otto Seele
  448. Miss R. Seele
  449. Miss A. Seele
  450. Mr. Fritz Senft
  451. Mr. Richard Shay
  452. Mrs. Richard Shay
  453. Mrs. P. Silbernagel
  454. Mr. Paul Simon
  455. Miss Sylvia Sippola
  456. Dr. W. Sittner
  457. Mrs. W. Sittner
  458. Mr. C. Meyland Smith
  459. Mrs. Meyland Smith
  460. Mr. Birk well Smith
  461. Mrs. Birkwell Smith
  462. Mrs. Grace E. Smock
  463. Miss Margarete Sobel
  464. Miss Lina Solger
  465. Mr. Carl Spahr
  466. Dr. H. J. Spanner
  467. Dr. H. B. Speakmann
  468. Mrs. Speakmann
  469. Master Speakmann
  470. Master Speakmann
  471. Mr. C. J. Specemann
  472. Mr. W. Speelmann
  473. Mr. Charles Spitz
  474. Mrs. Charles Spitz
  475. Mr. Wenzelaus Steffens
  476. Mrs. Elizabeth Steffens
  477. Mr. Lawrence Steegmuller
  478. Miss Anna Stoch
  479. Mr. Peter Streeter
  480. Mrs. Peter Streeter
  481. Sister Maria Strempel
  482. Mrs. Mary Suder
  483. Miss E. Winefred Sullivan
  484. Mr. Rudolf Sulzinger
  485. Mr. J. B. Swayne
  486. Dr. A. P. Sy
  487. Mrs. Sy
  488. Mrs. Jean Tanner
  489. Miss Jeana Tate
  490. Miss Barbara Taylor
  491. Mr. Milos Tosich
  492. Mrs. Milos Tosich
  493. Miss Anna Tosich
  494. Mr. A. N. C. Treadgold
  495. Mrs. Irma Trium
  496. Mr. Tschiedel
  497. Mrs. Tschiedel
  498. Mrs. Martha Umland
  499. Mr. Ignacio Valdes
  500. Mrs. Isabella Valentine
  501. Miss Evelyn Valentine
  502. Mr. J. C. Vandenberg
  503. Mr. J. J. Van Der Mey
  504. Mr. R. G. Van Der Shoot
  505. Mr. J. A. Van Der Vourt
  506. Mr. G. E. V. Van Zanten
  507. Mr. G. A. Van Zanten
  508. Mr. John Van Zooneveld
  509. Mr. Cornelius van Zwart
  510. Mrs. Cornelius van Zwart
  511. Mr. J. L. Van Zyverden
  512. Mr. Wolfgang Vellnagel
  513. Miss K. Voigt
  514. Mr. Heinrich Vollmer
  515. Mrs. Fred Vopel
  516. Mrs. Anton Vorspohl
  517. Mr. Eugen Vyrovyj
  518. Mr. John Wachowitz
  519. Mrs. Ottilie Waldif
  520. Mr. Wilhelm Walker
  521. Dr. A. L. Warnhuis
  522. Mrs. A. L. Warnhuis
  523. Miss Meta Weihl
  524. Mr. David Weld
  525. Mrs. David Weld
  526. Mr. Ernest Wesselhoft
  527. Mrs. Ernest Wesselhoft
  528. Mr. C. Westerbeek
  529. Miss Ruth Westre
  530. Mr. Hermann Wetzler
  531. Mr. Georg Wiemann
  532. Miss Eda Wienies
  533. Mr. J. H. Williams
  534. Dr. Emil Winter
  535. Mr. Hans Witter
  536. Dr. F. Wohlauer
  537. Miss Ruth B. Woolley
  538. Mr. Hermann Woltermann
  539. Mrs. Hermann Woltermann
  540. Mrs. Mary Wrigley
  541. Mr. Gustav Wuestenbecker
  542. Mr. Matthews Yakovides
  543. Miss M. Zoellick

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.

Passenger Information

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:

If one Sitting

  • Breakfast: 8:00 A. M.
  • Lunch: 12:30 P. M
  • Dinner: 7:30 P. M.

If two Sittings
1st Sitting

  • Breakfast: 8:00 A. M.
  • Lunch: 12:00 Noon
  • Dinner: 6:30 P. M.

2nd Sitting

  • Breakfast: 9:00 A. M.
  • Lunch: 1:00 P. M.
  • Dinner: 7:30 P. M.

Seats 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, Smoking Room and on the Promenade Deck will be extinguished at 1 a.m.

Passengers are requested not to order any beverages in the Smoking Room after 12:30 a.m. and not to frequent the Promenade Decks between 1:00 a.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 sire and kind, will be accommodated aboard in suitable quarters. It is not permissible 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 free of cost upon application to the Purser's office.

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 arc in need of medical aid during the voyage.

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

Bathrooms. Passengers intending to use the bathrooms, are requested to write their names, and the hour desired, on the list placed on the door of the bathroom.

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 dock. It is 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 chair $1.00, cushion $0.50, rug $.50.

Pastimes and Games are at the disposal of the passengers.

Complaints. 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 and Telephone. The wireless station (Telefunken-System) on board of the steamers of the North German Lloyd is permanently in communication with coast stations. Wireless Messages, cablegrams, telegrams and applications for telephone communications are accepted at any hour of the day or night.

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.H, Berlin-Charlottenburg 2, Hardenbergstr. 43, telegraphic address "Debeg," Tel. C. Steinplatz 8051.

Telegrams, Radiograms and Cablegrams are accepted at the ship's wireless station, also at certain hours, made known by poster in the lobby, an Officer will receive messages for transmission and requests for telephone communication in the Chief Steward's Office of Third Class on C deck.
A daily bulletin is published with news received by wireless.

Air Travel in Germany

Upon application, made either before departure, or during the voyage at the Purser's office or Travel Bureau on board, passengers arriving at German port will be met by a speedy LUFTHANSA airplane for quick transportation to any of the larger German cities, from where further direct connections can be made by air or rail.

''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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