SS Europa Passenger List - 7 July 1937

Front Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa Tourist Class Passenger List - 7 July 1937.

Front Cover, North German Lloyd SS Europa Tourist Class Passenger List - 7 July 1937. GGA Image ID # 13ed928a29

Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Europa of the North German Lloyd, Departing 7 July 1937 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain O. Scharf.

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: O. Scharf
  • Chief Officer: W. Kracke
  • Chief Engineer: H. Eints
  • Fint Doctor: Dr. J. von Geyr
  • Second Doctor: Dr. H. Grote
  • Graduate Nurse: Miss A. Maul
  • Chief Purser: H. W. Müller
  • Purser Cabin Class: K. Rohde
  • Purser Tourist Class: D. Zelle
  • Purser Third Class: H. Jüncmann
  • In Charge of Travel Bureau: W. de Haas
  • Special Travel Service: Miss E. Dackau
  • Managing Chief Steward: G. Pflüger
  • Chief Steward Cabin Class: G. Jander
  • Chief Steward Dining Room: K. Schwarz
  • Chief Steward Tourist Class: B. Willkehr
  • Chief Steward III Class: O. Dunkel
  • Chief Steward (Restaurant): J. Aigner
  • Managing Chief Cook: C. Wagner
  • Wireless First Officer: D. Berbig
  • Baggage Master: H. Horstmann

Tourist Class Passengers

  1. Miss Erna Ahrens
  2. Miss Clara Albrecht
  3. Mr. George Alders
  4. Mrs. Alders
  5. Miss N. Allen
  6. Miss Margaret Ames
  7. Mrs. Eleanor Anderson
  8. Miss Carrie Andres
  9. Miss Louise Andres
  10. Miss Mamie Andres
  11. Miss Marianna Andres
  12. Miss Jane Ashe
  13. Mr. Clifford S. Aspegren
  14. Miss Mary C. Atkins
  15. Miss Helen Ault
  16. Miss Ruth Ayres
  17. Mr. Henry Baer
  18. Mrs. Baer
  19. Mr. Benjamin Baer
  20. Miss Maud Banks
  21. Miss Vilva Banks
  22. Dr. C. Barck
  23. Mrs. Barck
  24. Mr. Rudolf Barfuss
  25. Miss Winnefred Barr
  26. Mrs. Edith R. Barron
  27. Mr. Everett W. Barto
  28. Mrs. Barto
  29. Mr. William Bauch
  30. Mrs. Bauch
  31. Miss Betty Bauch
  32. Dr. Louis Baumann
  33. Mrs. Baumann
  34. Mr. Ralph E. Bayes
  35. Miss Mary E. Beasley
  36. Mrs. Elizabeth Behr
  37. Mrs. Christine Behr
  38. Miss Mary C. Bell
  39. Mrs. Gertrud Benson
  40. Dr. A. E. Bertling
  41. Mr. Ernst Bick
  42. Mr. Ernst Bing
  43. Mrs. Bing
  44. Miss A. Blecher
  45. Miss Isabell Bodden
  46. Dr. F. W. Bode
  47. Mrs. Bode
  48. Miss Margaret Bode
  49. Master F. W. Bode
  50. Mr. John M. Boekesch
  51. Mrs. Boekesch
  52. Miss Bolzck
  53. Mrs. Marjorie Booth
  54. Mrs. E. Bornecamp
  55. Miss Sarah H. Bowditch
  56. Miss Elizabeth Boyer
  57. Mr. Paul Braun
  58. Mr. Robert Breckinridge
  59. Mr. Louis Brennecke
  60. Mrs. Brennecke
  61. Mr. W. Rice Brewster
  62. Mr. Robert W. Brodmann
  63. Mrs. Brodmann
  64. Mrs. Nattana Brodowiak
  65. Mrs. Emma F. Brown
  66. Miss Jane Brown
  67. Mr. Geo. G. Brownell, Jr.
  68. Mrs. Brownell
  69. Mr. Wilhelm L. Bruhn
  70. Mrs. Fitch C. Bryant
  71. Mr. R. F. Buntz
  72. Mrs. Buntz
  73. Miss Claudia Burghardt
  74. Miss Alice D. Burke
  75. Mr. H. E. Burns
  76. Mrs. Burns
  77. Mr. Harold Burns
  78. Mr. J. Robert Bums
  79. Mrs. Frank Burton
  80. Miss Frances Burton
  81. Miss Marion Burton
  82. Mr. Brandon Byrne
  83. Mrs. Byrne
  84. Miss Margareth P. Cahill
  85. Miss Elizabeth Calhoun
  86. Miss Otis Camp
  87. Miss Catherine Campbell
  88. Mr. A. S. Carhart, Jr.
  89. Mr. Wm. T. Carter, II
  90. Mrs. Carter
  91. Mr. Wm. T. Carter, III
  92. Miss Elizabeth Carter
  93. Prof. Arthur Casagrande
  94. Miss Anne Chamberlaine
  95. Mr. C. U. Chappell
  96. Miss Natalie Charlton
  97. Miss Marie Cheever
  98. Miss Pelagia Chôma
  99. Mr. K. H. Christensen
  100. Mrs. Christensen
  101. Mr. A. D. Chistian
  102. Mrs. Chistian
  103. Mr. Charles H. Christopher
  104. Mr. Otto Clauss
  105. Mrs. Clauss
  106. Miss Mary Van Dyke Clifton
  107. Miss Mildred Cogley
  108. Miss Elizabeth Coker
  109. Miss Mary Conlough
  110. Miss Grace Conlough
  111. Miss Irma J. Cooper
  112. Miss Marion Coot
  113. Miss Barbara Coot
  114. Mr. John F. Cordes
  115. Mr. W. C. Covert
  116. Mrs. Covert
  117. Mr. William J. Creed
  118. Mrs. Creed
  119. Mrs. Nan Croft
  120. Miss Anne Cronin
  121. Miss Marion L. Crowe
  122. Mr. Ralph D. Cutler, Jr.
  123. Miss Ethel Daley
  124. Mrs. K. M. Dallenbach
  125. Miss E. G. Darce
  126. Miss Sibyl Davis
  127. Mr. J. R. Dawson
  128. Mrs. Dawson
  129. Miss M. E. Decher
  130. Miss Mary Dcnmann
  131. Mr. Josef P. Dessauer
  132. Mr. William Dexter
  133. Mr. Nathaniel T. Dexter
  134. Mrs. William Dexter
  135. Miss Constance Dexter
  136. Mr. Charles Deutsch
  137. Mr. Dietrich
  138. Mrs. Marie Dinse
  139. Miss Mary Disbrow
  140. Mr. Jacob Doerrig
  141. Mrs. Doerrig
  142. Mrs. Don
  143. Miss Faith Donaldson
  144. Miss Florence Donnelly
  145. Mr. T. F. Donovan
  146. Miss Mina Doossen
  147. Mr. Frank A. Dorner
  148. Mrs. Dorner
  149. Miss Graces Dorr
  150. Mrs. Alice G. Douding
  151. Miss Mary Douglas
  152. Mr. George Dudley
  153. Mrs. Dudley
  154. Mr. R. J. Dunlop
  155. Master Paul C. Eaton
  156. Miss Clark Ebert
  157. Mrs. Robert Edgar
  158. Miss Phyllis Ebert
  159. Miss Katherina Eide
  160. Miss Kathryn Elliott
  161. Mrs. Dora Ernst
  162. Mrs. Mabel E. Evans
  163. Miss Eleanore Fallon
  164. Miss Halbe Fairbank
  165. Miss Olga Fekula
  166. Mr. W'illiam Fekula
  167. Mr. Charles H. Feltman
  168. Miss Lulu Fiedler
  169. Miss E. R. Finkenstaedt
  170. Mr. T. Fischer
  171. Mr. T. Fischer
  172. Miss Maria Fitschen
  173. Mr. F. Murray Forbes
  174. Mrs. Forbes
  175. Miss Ruth L. Ford
  176. Miss G. Folendorf
  177. Mrs. E. Forties
  178. Miss A. J. Foster
  179. Dr. M. A. Frances
  180. Mrs. Frances
  181. Mr. Rudolf Frensel
  182. Mr. Arthur Frenzel
  183. Miss Ella B. Fuhs
  184. Mr. Adam Gabriel
  185. Mrs. Gabriel
  186. Master Lawrence Gabriel
  187. Miss Anna Gartner
  188. Miss Lucy J. Gebauer
  189. Miss Esther Gebauer
  190. Miss Julian Geiger
  191. Mrs. Margaret Gessner
  192. Miss Frances Gessner
  193. Miss Katherine Gessner
  194. Mr. Otto Giermann
  195. Mrs. Giermann
  196. Mr. D. M. Gledden
  197. Miss May Glynn
  198. Miss Kath. Golz
  199. Dr. Paul Goodrich
  200. Mrs. Goodrich
  201. Dr. Gouwens
  202. Mrs. Gouwens
  203. Mr. Gouwens
  204. Mr. von Grenauth
  205. Dr. Anna B. Grey
  206. Dr. Dorothy Grey
  207. Miss Elizabeth B. Grimble
  208. Mr. John Gruy
  209. Mr. Henry Guyer
  210. Mrs. Guyer
  211. Miss Alma Hakansson
  212. Dr. Katherine Hale
  213. Mr. John Hammon
  214. Miss Martha P. Hansen
  215. Miss Ann Harrington
  216. Miss Eleanor Harrington
  217. Miss Winifred Harrison
  218. Miss Lucy Harrison
  219. Mrs. V. Harris
  220. Miss Mary E. Harrison
  221. Mr. Frank Harth
  222. Mrs. Harth
  223. Mrs. May Haynie
  224. Mr. Fred. H. Hayward, Jr.
  225. Mr. Max O. Hasner
  226. Mrs. Hasner
  227. Mr. D. J. Headford
  228. Mrs. Headford
  229. Miss Agnes Heidenry
  230. Miss Ursula Heidecker-Preiss
  231. Miss Mary A. Helmer
  232. Mr. E. F. Hendershot
  233. Mrs. Hendershot
  234. Mr. Henry R. Henry
  235. Mr. Ernst Hepp
  236. Mrs. Hepp
  237. Mrs. Dorothy C. Heywood
  238. Mr. Rich. Hillman
  239. Miss Louise Himmelreich
  240. Mr. Louis P. Hoffmann
  241. Mrs. Hoffmann
  242. Mr. George C. Hoffmann
  243. Mrs. Hoffmann
  244. Miss Bertha A. Holderman
  245. Miss Louise Holderman
  246. Miss Carol Holderman
  247. Mrs. J. P. Hollingsworth
  248. Mrs. Betty Holtorf
  249. Mrs. N. J. Hormon
  250. Mr. Henry Howard
  251. Mr. Eddy Howell
  252. Mrs. Howell
  253. Dr. Theodore Huebner
  254. Miss Agnes Huelsman
  255. Miss L. Humphrey
  256. Miss Hilart Hunt
  257. Dr. Andrew Hunter
  258. Mrs. Lee Hunter
  259. Miss Evelyn Hunter
  260. Miss Virginia Hunter
  261. Dr. Andrew Hunter
  262. Miss Thelma Hurd
  263. Mrs. M. Hyde
  264. Miss Virginia Hyde
  265. Mrs. G. Illing
  266. Mrs. Margarete Jaeger
  267. Mr. August Jandorek
  268. Mrs. Jandorek
  269. Miss Alice C. Jenkes
  270. Mr. Johan Johnsen
  271. Mr. Carl E. Johnson
  272. Miss Geraldine Jones
  273. Dr. Bob Jones
  274. Miss Margot Jones
  275. Mr. T. S. Jung
  276. Miss E. Jung
  277. Mrs. Frank Jutton
  278. Rev. John Kane
  279. Miss Louise Kane
  280. Miss Anna C. Kaufmann
  281. Mr. Arthur Kaupp
  282. Mr. Erich Kaupp
  283. Miss Helen Keeley
  284. Dr. T. F. Kelligan
  285. Miss Hettie Craig-Kelly
  286. Miss Georgian Kememy
  287. Mrs. A. J. Kemp
  288. Mr. Robert W. Kesler
  289. Mrs. Kesler
  290. Mr. W. H. Kessel
  291. Mrs. Kessel
  292. Miss Helen Keyes
  293. Miss Marjorie Keyes
  294. Mr. John W. Kirby
  295. Mr. William J. Knapp, Jr.
  296. Mrs. Kate Knoth
  297. Miss Winifred Knoth
  298. Miss Cassie E. Kost
  299. Mr. Walter Kratel
  300. Miss M. H. Kretschmar
  301. Mrs. H. Krueger
  302. Mr. F. Kudert
  303. Mrs. Kudlack
  304. Miss Margarete Kullman
  305. Mrs. George Kuell
  306. Mr. Horst Kurnik
  307. Mrs. V. Fisher Kuser
  308. Prof. Rudolf Ladenburg
  309. Mrs. Ladenburg
  310. Mrs. Margarete Ladenburg
  311. Master Thomas Ladenburg
  312. Master Peter Ladenburg
  313. Miss Florence Lafrentz
  314. Miss Dorothy Lambrecht
  315. Miss M. Lambrecht
  316. Miss Landmann
  317. Mrs. Frederick Lane
  318. Mrs. M. K. Lane
  319. Miss Mary Larken
  320. Mrs. Manfred Lausch
  321. Mr. Emil Lauster
  322. Mr. Pierre Lavarde
  323. Mrs. Lavarde
  324. Mr. Ross Lawler
  325. Mr. Charles L. Lawrence
  326. Mrs. Lawrence
  327. Mr. Rudolf Leinfest
  328. Mrs. Leinfest
  329. Mrs. Frieda Lessing
  330. Mr. Ernest Leuenberger
  331. Mrs. Leuenberger
  332. Mr. Kurt Leonhart
  333. Mrs. Frieda Lewin
  334. Miss Janet M. Lewis
  335. Miss Winifred Leyfe
  336. Miss Louise Libby
  337. Miss Elizabeth Lichtenberger
  338. Mr. G. Lindenmeier
  339. Mrs. Anna Orth Linsmann
  340. Dr. William B. Lipphard
  341. Miss Katherine J. Logan
  342. Miss Grace Lohman
  343. Miss S. Lotz
  344. Mrs. Daniel Lynch
  345. Miss Elizabeth Lynch
  346. Mr. Charles MacClintock
  347. Miss Martha MacDonald
  348. Miss Agnes MacDonald
  349. Sir Ernest MacMillan
  350. Lady MacMillan
  351. Miss Sallie Lou MacKinnon
  352. Mr. Edward K. Macrum
  353. Miss Annie MacWhite
  354. Miss Marie R. Mahoney
  355. Miss Helen P. Mahoney
  356. Mrs. Martha Maier
  357. Mrs. Main
  358. Mrs. Anne Malon
  359. Mrs. Thora Mard
  360. Miss Berthe Markmiller
  361. Mr. Stani Mars
  362. Mrs. Mars
  363. Mrs. Nellie Marsh
  364. Miss Thekla Martin
  365. Rev. John J. Martin
  366. Mr. Eduard Matthiae
  367. Miss Helen Mayer
  368. Mrs. Edgar H. McBride
  369. Mrs. M. McClellan
  370. Miss Mary W. McCormick
  371. Miss Mae McIntyre
  372. Miss Catherine McKenna
  373. Mr. John McKie
  374. Mrs. G. L. McKinney
  375. Col. G. L. McKinney
  376. Miss Helen McLean
  377. Miss Estehr McNellis
  378. Mr. Donald McSween
  379. Mr. Noel McVicker
  380. Miss Edith McWade
  381. Mrs. Anna H. Meluskey
  382. Miss Loretta C. Michael
  383. Miss Anna Miller
  384. Mrs. Elisabeth L. Moran
  385. Mr. M. C. Morgan, Jr.
  386. Mrs. Morgan
  387. Mr. Jacob Morrison
  388. Miss Georgiana C. Mottley
  389. Mrs. D. Moulton
  390. Miss Lena B. Munger
  391. Mr. Alfred Neff
  392. Judge Lila Neuenfeld
  393. Miss Amanda Newgaard
  394. Miss Thias Nichols
  395. Mr. Wayne Nicholas
  396. Mr. Ernest F. Niemeyer
  397. Mrs. Niemeyer
  398. Miss Lucille Noble
  399. Mr. Eugen Noetker
  400. Mrs. Sophie Nothelfer
  401. Master Otto Nothelfer
  402. Mr Walter Notter
  403. Miss Annie O’Callaghan
  404. Miss Mary Ochs
  405. Mr. Heinz Ohlendorf
  406. Mr. Anton Okorn
  407. Mr. Oldenburg
  408. Mrs. Oldenburg
  409. Miss Elizabeth Oldenburg
  410. Miss M. Oldenburg
  411. Miss Beth. Olson
  412. Mrs. Margaret D. Otto
  413. Mr. H. N. Page
  414. Mrs. Papana
  415. Mrs. Charles Parcells
  416. Miss Elizabeth Parcells
  417. Miss Maria P. Parcells
  418. Miss J. Reed Parks
  419. Rev. John Partch
  420. Mr. Henry Paul
  421. Mrs. Paul
  422. Miss Lucille Pearce
  423. Miss Freda Pejtel
  424. Miss Emma L. Pennewill
  425. Miss Ethel B. Perry
  426. Miss Freda Pestcl
  427. Mrs. William Peters
  428. Mr. Roy Peters
  429. Mrs. Peters
  430. Miss Ora Phillips
  431. Mr. A. R. Porter
  432. Miss Josephine Porter
  433. Mr. Edward Predeaux
  434. Miss S. Raedler
  435. Mrs. Thomas Ragsdale
  436. Mr. Frank Ramstetter
  437. Mrs. Annie Rapp
  438. Miss Anna Raudzins
  439. Miss Sara V. Rash
  440. Miss Anne Reeves
  441. Mr. Fred Reihle
  442. Mr. Otto Reisinger
  443. Mr. Ralph Reisinger
  444. Mrs. Sophie Remnitz
  445. Miss Annabel Remnitz
  446. Miss Charlotte Reynolds
  447. Mr. T. Rhodes
  448. Mr. Denis Rhodes
  449. Miss Jane E. Rhodes
  450. Miss Anna M. Richman
  451. Mrs. E. Rickards
  452. Mr. Kurt Riemenschneider
  453. Miss Frances Rippey
  454. Rev. C. E. Rittmann
  455. Mrs. Rittmann
  456. Miss Dorothy Rittmann
  457. Miss Lydia Rittmann
  458. Miss Eleanor Roberts
  459. Miss Celina Robins
  460. Dr. R. A. Robinson
  461. Mr. Richard Robinson
  462. Miss Norene Roboken
  463. Mrs. W. R. Rodgers
  464. Miss Carmen Rogers
  465. Mrs. C. Rogers
  466. Mrs. Edgar Rombauer
  467. Mr. Irving A. Row
  468. Mrs. Row
  469. Mrs. A. Rudo
  470. Mr. Edward H. Saile
  471. Mrs. Saile
  472. Miss Saltonstall
  473. Mrs. M. Satewicz
  474. Miss M. Satewicz
  475. Mr. Arthur Saysell
  476. Mrs. William B. Scarborough
  477. Miss Nancy H. Scarborough
  478. Master Frederick Scarborough, Jr.
  479. Miss Frances Schaeffer
  480. Mrs. Jacob Schang
  481. Miss Dorothy Scheu
  482. Miss Beate Schick
  483. Mr. H. J. Schick
  484. Mrs. Schick
  485. Miss Elionor Schipbanker
  486. Miss Frances Schipbanker
  487. Mr. Karl G. Schmidt
  488. Mrs. Schmidt
  489. Miss Maria Schmidt
  490. Master Karl Schmidt
  491. Miss Dorothea E. Schmidt
  492. Miss Alice Scholborg
  493. Miss Elsa Schroeder
  494. Mr. Paul C. Schubert
  495. Mr. Scutter
  496. Mr. Ludwig Sebastian
  497. Miss Anna Segelken
  498. Mr. Erich Seidel
  499. Miss Mary Shafranska
  500. Miss Mildred Sharkey
  501. Miss Margaret Sherer
  502. Miss Jane Sheridan
  503. Mr. Charles Sherrel
  504. Mrs. Sherrel
  505. Mr. William B. Shute
  506. Mrs. Shute
  507. Miss Louise Siebel
  508. Miss Barbara Sieving
  509. Mr. John Sige
  510. Mrs. Sige
  511. Mr. George Simcox
  512. Mrs. Simcox
  513. Mrs. J. N. Sinsabaggh
  514. Mrs. T. P. Smith
  515. Miss Mathilda C. Smith
  516. Mr. H. R. Smalley
  517. Miss V. Smith
  518. Miss C. Smith
  519. Miss Mathilda C. Smith
  520. Mrs. F. W. Smith
  521. Mr. Salmon B. Smith
  522. Mrs. Smith
  523. Miss Carmen Smith
  524. Miss G. Snyder
  525. Mr. Kenneth Snyder
  526. Mrs. Snyder
  527. Mr. Horace Mann Snyder
  528. Miss Ida Sprung
  529. Mr. Fritz Staib
  530. Mrs. Fred W. Starke
  531. Miss Ellen Stewart
  532. Mr. John W. Steffen
  533. Miss Della Stoer
  534. Mrs. James Stokeley
  535. Mr. James Stokeley
  536. Miss Janie Stokeley
  537. Mr. Norman Stoll
  538. Miss Josephine Strickland
  539. Mr. R. D. Stuart
  540. Mr. R. D. Stuart
  541. Mr. Willy Stuber
  542. Mr. W. F. Sullivan
  543. Mrs. Sullivan
  544. Mrs. Joseph Tarrant
  545. Mr. Siegfried Tautenhahn
  546. Miss Elizabeth Taylor
  547. Dr. Carl Theobald
  548. Mrs. Theobald
  549. Mr. Jacob Theobald
  550. Mrs. Theobald
  551. Mr. Walter Theobald
  552. Mrs. Theobald
  553. Mrs. Carrie Thiele
  554. Miss Dorothy Thompson
  555. Mrs. L. M. Thompson
  556. Mr. Benjamin C. Thompson
  557. Mrs. Anna Timm
  558. Mr. Max Tomalka
  559. Miss Helen Valuis
  560. Miss Milicia Vranesch
  561. Mrs. Margaret Wade
  562. Mrs. Cath. Wagner
  563. Mr. William H. Wagstaff
  564. Mrs. Wagstaff
  565. Miss Betty A. Wagstaff
  566. Miss F. C. Walter
  567. Mr. John J. Ward
  568. Mrs. Thora Ward
  569. Mr. Erwin Warth
  570. Mr. George T. Washington
  571. Miss Peggy Watkins
  572. Mr. Robie R. Weaver
  573. Mrs. Weaver
  574. Miss Helen Weicherding
  575. Mrs. John C. Wellwood, Jr.
  576. Mrs. W. F. Werline
  577. Miss Dorothy M. Wesp
  578. Mrs. C. C. West
  579. Mrs. Edith A. von Wenckstern
  580. Mr. Richard Westphal
  581. Mrs. Westphal
  582. Mr. Melvin K. Whiteleather
  583. Mr. S. Y. Wheeler
  584. Miss Hazel Whelen
  585. Miss Anne Mae White
  586. Mr. Robert Whitehead
  587. Miss Betsy Wiley
  588. Miss Marjorie Willemin
  589. Miss Madelon Willemin
  590. Mr. W. W. Willett
  591. Mr. N. W. Wilson
  592. Miss Leni Wirsing
  593. Mr. Robert Wolf
  594. Mr. Robert Wolf, Jr.
  595. Miss J. Wolff
  596. Mr. H. Duane Woodruff, Jr.
  597. Mr. Albert Woods
  598. Miss Betty Wright
  599. Mr. Herberth Wuttig
  600. Mr. Arnold Wychodil
  601. Miss Winifred Wygal
  602. Prof. Robert Zahn
  603. Miss Erna Zehlein
  604. Mr. Karl Ziennert
  605. Mr. Willy Zimmer
  606. Miss Margaret Zimpfer
  607. Mr. Anthony Zipprick
  608. Mrs. Zipprick
  609. Mrs. Helen Zykan

Additional-List Tourist Class

  1. Mr. Alvare Aguilar
  2. Dr. Robert A. Ashworth
  3. Rev. James Bcggan
  4. Mr. Ulrich Bigalke
  5. Mr. Bruno Britt
  6. Mrs. B. Britt
  7. Mr. Timothy Buckley
  8. Mrs. Beatrice Emilie Davis
  9. Mr. Russell D’Oench
  10. Mr. Edward Eccardt
  11. Mr. John Erhardt
  12. Dr. D. Farguharson
  13. Mrs. Anna Faser
  14. Mrs. Emilie Geiger
  15. Mr. Ulrich von Giemanth
  16. Mrs. Angie Hansen
  17. Miss Eleanore Hartmann
  18. Mr. George Heinitsch
  19. Mrs. Heinitsch
  20. Miss Elisabeth Heinitsch
  21. Mr. Robert Hoffmann
  22. Mr. Hoehner
  23. Mrs. Hoehner
  24. Mrs. Myrtle White Hill
  25. Mr. Kaddatz
  26. Mrs. Kaddatz
  27. Mr. Bruno Kobelt
  28. Mrs. Kobelt
  29. Miss Hilarty T. Lunf
  30. Mr. Adolf Moritz
  31. Miss Anette Prideaux
  32. Miss Benlah Reenstjema
  33. Mr. Riedel
  34. Mrs. Riedel
  35. Rev. R. P. Sieving
  36. Mrs. R. P. Sieving
  37. Mr. W. H. Trampler
  38. Mrs. \V. H. Trampler
  39. Mr. Walter Tschopp
  40. Mrs. Eleanore Tschopp
  41. Mr. Fritz Walz
  42. Mr. Günther Wich
  43. Mr. R. S. Young

Northwestern University Orchestra

CLIFF ASPEGREN and HIS NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA
NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY - EVANSTON, ILL.

  1. CLIFFORD B. ASPEGREN, Leader
  2. H. DUANE WOODRUFF, Jr.
  3. HERMAN STOLL
  4. JOHN W. STEFFEN
  5. JOHN W. KIRBY

Passenger Information

IMPORTANT NOTICE

In view of the decree issued by the German Government prohibiting the importation of German notes and silver coins into Germany, all members of our ships' personnel, the stalls, bars and all other places where purchases are made on board have been strictly forbidden to accept Reichsmark notes and German silver coins in payment. The pursers only are authorized to accept German silver coins from passengers, within the framework of the special regulations governing the exceptions to the rule Passengers are, therefore, requested not to make their payments on board in Reichsmark notes or German silver coins.

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 2nd Sitting)

  • Breakfast: 8:00 A. M. | 9:00 A. M.
  • Lunch: 12:00 Noon | 1:00 P.M.
  • Dinner: 6:30 P. M. | 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 size 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 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 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.

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 witn the tariff exhibited.

Films and Chemicals. Any large quantities of films, chemicals and other photographic material of inflammable nature may under no circumstances be kept in the cabins. Passengers are requested to hand them to the Purser on board for safe keeping.

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 is trictly prohibited below deck, in the Dining Room or in the state rooms.

Letter» und Telegrams. The Chief Steward ha« 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, chair SI,00 cushion SI.00, rug $1.00.
  • In third class, chair $1.00, cushion 50c, rug 50c.

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. Toe 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 arc 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-Charlottcnburg 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 n the lobby, an Officer will receive messages for transmission and requests for telephone communication in the Chief Steward’s Office of the Tourist Class or Third Class on C deck.

A daily bulletin is published with news received by wireless.

Special Travel Service

A Special Service Secretary on l>oard 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.

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.

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