SS Sierra Cordoba Passenger List - 30 June 1928

Front Cover of a Tourist and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Sierra Cordoba of the North German Lloyd, Departing 30 June 1928 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton

Front Cover of a Tourist Third Cabin and Third Class Passenger List from the SS Sierra Cordoba of the North German Lloyd, Departing 30 June 1928 from New York to Bremen via Cherbourg and Southampton, Commanded by Captain W. Stein. GGA Image ID # 15e39b8495

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: W. Stein
  • First Officer: W. Muhl
  • Second Officer: H. Wiekmann
  • Second Officer: A. Evers
  • Third Officer: C. Borgmann
  • Fourth Officer: W. Bornschein
  • Doctor: Dr. H. Renzel
  • First Engineer: K. Otte
  • Second Engineer: J. Lieckfeld
  • Third Engineer: R. Essmann
  • Fourth Engineer: C. Nordentholtz
  • Purser: L. Wulle
  • Assistant Purser: H. Jünemann
  • Chief Steward: H. Hollmann
  • Chief Steward Assistant: P. Grap
  • Chief Steward Tourist Third Cabin: A. Butters
  • Chief Cook: W. Türcke
  • Baggage Master: E. Kroll
  • Wireless Telegraph Operating Officer: T W. Hochwald
  • Wireless Telegraph Operating Officer: R. Kirsch
  • Wireless Telegraph Operating Officer: A. Schäfer

Tourist Third Cabin Passengers

  1. Mrs. O. Abrams
  2. Mr. Samuel Allen
  3. Mr. F. Reed Alvord
  4. Miss Elisabeth Amann
  5. Miss Myrtle F. Auch
  6. Miss Esther Balderstan
  7. Miss Margaret E. Baxter
  8. Miss Ella Becker
  9. Mrs. Alice M. Beckewith
  10. Mrs. Martha Berg
  11. Miss Gretel Berg
  12. Mrs. Maria Besken
  13. Miss Virginia Bixton
  14. Miss Ruth Blanshard
  15. Miss T. M. Brilliant
  16. Miss Elise Bohstedt
  17. Miss C. Brandeis
  18. Miss Elsie Braun
  19. Mr. John W. Brittingham
  20. Miss Alice Brovabus
  21. Mrs. Berta Brucer
  22. Mrs. Frieda Buettner
  23. Miss Elizabeth Burns
  24. Miss C. K. Calm
  25. Miss Ada Cassidy
  26. Mr. Jos. W. Cellahan
  27. Mr. William F. Chandler
  28. Mr. Walter B. Clark
  29. Mrs. Helen Clark
  30. Mr. Walter H. Commons
  31. Mr. William W. Common
  32. Mr. Charles E. Critchell
  33. Mr. Clarence M. Cunningham
  34. Mrs. Curalles
  35. Mrs. Dorothy H. Davis
  36. Miss M. Demmanas
  37. Miss Lilian Diamond
  38. Mr. Clarence D. Dobson
  39. Miss Julia Dodge
  40. Miss Edna Duge
  41. Miss Gertrude H. Dunham
  42. Miss Harriet W. Dunning
  43. Mr. Gordon B. Duval
  44. Mr. Harold Edelstein
  45. Mrs. Celeste Edelstein
  46. Mrs. Käthe Edgar
  47. Miss Vera Edgar
  48. Miss Rebekah Eggers
  49. Mr. Adolf Eggert
  50. Mrs. Adolf Eggert
  51. Miss Barbara Elliott
  52. Mr. Louis Endelson
  53. Miss Henriette D. Ficke
  54. Mrs. Henry Ficke
  55. Miss Sylva A. Ficke
  56. Mr. Heinrich Finck
  57. Mrs. Heinrich Finck
  58. Miss Marie-Luise Fischer
  59. Mrs. Meta Fisscler
  60. Miss Frances Forbes
  61. Miss Dorothea H. Ford
  62. Dr. William G. Fühler
  63. Miss Elizabeth Galbraith
  64. Miss Lura Galbraith
  65. Miss Gardarine Gafabedian
  66. Professor C. E. Gates
  67. Mr. Edmund Gaundu
  68. Mrs. Duff Gilfaud
  69. Miss Bessie Goldstein
  70. Miss Evelyn Green
  71. Mr. Martin Grehan
  72. Baroness B. von Greifenstein
  73. Mr. William Griffith
  74. Miss Liselotte Grobel
  75. Miss Marian Gruenwald
  76. Mrs. Adolphine Haas
  77. Mr. Frank Hael
  78. Mr. Albert Hammerle
  79. Miss Nellie Hanna
  80. Miss Mary E. Ham
  81. Miss Katherine Hart
  82. Mr. Alfred T. Hawvinson
  83. Miss H. ouise Heckler
  84. Miss Marjorie Hedley
  85. Miss Leura Herman
  86. Mrs. L. Hermandez
  87. Mr. F. C. Hess
  88. Mrs. F. C. Hess
  89. Mr. Franz C. Hess
  90. Mrs. Flora K. Hess
  91. Mrs. Marv Hess
  92. Mr. Richard F. Hill
  93. Mr. L. Hirschberg
  94. Mrs. Fannie Hirschberg
  95. Miss Iva Hoffmann
  96. Mrs. Laura C. Holt
  97. Mrs. Laura C. Holt
  98. Mr. John Hozmak
  99. Mr. Stanislaus Hozmak
  100. Miss Emmie E. Hyams
  101. Miss Greagh Inge
  102. Miss Lida Inge
  103. Miss Margaret Intermeister
  104. Mr. Alfred Jacob
  105. Miss Anna Jacob
  106. Mr. W. O. James
  107. Mrs. W. O. James
  108. Miss S. James
  109. Miss K. James
  110. Mr. Harry C. Jeukel
  111. Professor J. B. Edward Jonas
  112. Miss Agnes Jonas
  113. Miss Cardlin Jones
  114. Miss Nancy Jordan
  115. Miss K. Jorgman
  116. Mr. E. S. Jucker
  117. Mrs. E. S. Jucker
  118. Prof. L. Kaplan
  119. Mrs. L. Kaplan
  120. Miss Doris Kaplan
  121. Miss Norma Kaplan
  122. Mr. William Klein
  123. Miss Frieda Klein
  124. Miss Aurelia Koch
  125. Miss Emily M. Kranz
  126. Mr. C. Kraus
  127. Mrs. C. Kraus
  128. Mrs. Agnes W. Kraus
  129. Miss Eleanore Krueger
  130. Miss Rose Kurland
  131. Miss Sarah Kurland
  132. Mr. Rudolf K. Kurze
  133. Miss Helen Kuysford
  134. Miss B. Lajuden
  135. Mr. A. Lefkoft
  136. Miss Ettel Lenton
  137. Miss Edna Lessing
  138. Miss Rosamond Lewis
  139. Miss J. Linden
  140. Miss Ann Linker
  141. Mr. Warren P. Livingston
  142. Mr. Herbert Ludwig
  143. Mr. Christ Luerssen
  144. Mrs. Christ Luerssen
  145. Dr. Vorburgh Lyons
  146. Mrs. Vorburgh Lyons
  147. Miss Emily MacCoon
  148. Miss Frances Mackay
  149. Mrs. H. Makowska
  150. Mr. Sol Maranos
  151. Miss Elizabeth Marsh
  152. Mr. David B. Mathias
  153. Mr. lohn A. Matthews
  154. Mr. J. W. McGoossen
  155. Miss Frances McGuire
  156. Miss M. J. McKenzie
  157. Miss Bertha Meiliney
  158. Miss Hilde Meiling
  159. Miss Elsa Meyer
  160. Mr. Jasper Miller
  161. Mr. Harris Miller
  162. Mr. Arthur Minton
  163. Miss M. Mitchel
  164. Miss E. Mittler
  165. Mr. Bertram Aludge
  166. Miss Marg. G. Nelson
  167. Mr. Albert Newfield
  168. Mr. Fales Newhall
  169. Mrs. Wm. Nicholas
  170. Mr. Herman Nietsch
  171. Mr. James Norris
  172. Miss Jane Oakley
  173. Miss Gertrude Obner
  174. Mr. O. T. Oswald
  175. Miss Helen Ott
  176. Miss Ruth Outland
  177. Miss Frances Page
  178. Miss Isabel G. Palay
  179. Miss Kaetchen Panzer
  180. Miss Ray Parcelhoff
  181. Mr. Franklin Park
  182. Miss Marjone L. Park
  183. Mr. Wm. A. Papke
  184. Miss Natalie W. Penrose
  185. Mr. Kurt Pensel
  186. Miss Lillian Pensel
  187. Miss Hannah Perle
  188. Mrs. A. Peters
  189. Miss Esther Puhl
  190. Mr. Eugene Raiford
  191. Miss C. Rankin
  192. Dr. Louis P. Reiman
  193. Mrs. Louis P. Reiman
  194. Mr. Robert E. Reinhard
  195. Mr. Benjamin Reisenburger
  196. Misss Elizabeth C. Remitiert
  197. Miss Marie Renscher
  198. Miss Alice Robinson
  199. Miss Jeannette Roman
  200. Mr. Chas. Rosenthal
  201. Miss Martha Samans
  202. Mrs. F. Sauter
  203. Mr. Henry R. Schaeffer
  204. Mr. Carl Scherzing
  205. Mrs. Sydney P. Sargent
  206. Mr. Jonathan Schüler
  207. Miss Para Schilter
  208. Mr. Jacob Schilling
  209. Mr. Arno Schmidt
  210. Mr. Herman Schreiber
  211. Professor G. C. Schuchard
  212. Mr. Anton Schuck
  213. Mrs. Bertha Schuck
  214. Mrs. Anna Schweizer
  215. Miss Mary Seese
  216. Mr. John Schimeyer
  217. Mrs. Anna Sehlmeyer
  218. Miss Anny Sharpless
  219. Mr. Victor Sharoft
  220. Miss Katherine Sheldon
  221. Miss Ann W. Shepard
  222. Mr. Milton Shifman
  223. Mr. Harry Shifman
  224. Mr. Benjamin Silvermen
  225. Miss D. G. Simonbon
  226. Mr. David Smith
  227. Mrs. Frances Smith
  228. Miss Deborah Smith
  229. Miss Jessie Smith
  230. Miss K. Smith
  231. Miss Mary Spoulding
  232. Miss Agnes Spratt
  233. Miss Frances Stein
  234. Miss Lee Steinmetz
  235. Miss Lenore Stephens
  236. Miss Margaret Stone
  237. Miss Mary Störer
  238. Miss Vera Strctz
  239. Miss Elaeni Swanson
  240. Mr. Samuel R. Talbot
  241. Miss Ann Taylor
  242. Mr. Hyman D. Taylor
  243. Mrs. Hyman D. Taylor
  244. Mrs. Marie Thole
  245. Mr. John S. Tremper
  246. Mrs. M. Ungerei
  247. Dr. Alphonse Waltic
  248. Mr. Eric Warbattl
  249. Mr. George Webber
  250. Miss Addie Weber
  251. Miss Flora Wilting
  252. Miss Mary B. Williamson
  253. Mr. Edward Wish
  254. Miss Sadie Wolinsky
  255. Miss Hilda Wright
  256. Miss Janice Wright
  257. Mrs. Marion Wyckoff
  258. Miss Esther Yardley
  259. Mr. W. H. Zabel
  260. Miss Elizabeth Zorb

Third Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Heinrich Albers
  2. Miss Frieda Anders
  3. Mr. Josef Auderkohl
  4. Mrs. Mary Breidt
  5. Miss Cecilia Breidt
  6. Miss Rosa Brown
  7. Mrs. Betty S. Clarke
  8. Miss Marg. Clarke
  9. Master James Clarke
  10. Miss Barbara Doeppmann
  11. Mr. Hans Droehner
  12. Mr. Emil Duder
  13. Mr. Stanley F. Fink
  14. Mr. David Fuehrt
  15. Mrs. David Fuehrt
  16. Mr. Harry Gellar
  17. Miss Emiliana Gonzales
  18. Mrs. Mary Gother
  19. Miss Anna Grasl
  20. Mr. Gottfried Günzel
  21. Mrs. Auguste Günzel
  22. Mr. Joseph M. Hanifin
  23. Mr. Max Haunschild
  24. Mr. George Heinkele
  25. Mr. Hermann Hilbig
  26. Mr. Frank Horowitz
  27. Mrs. Elizabeth Huether
  28. Mrs. Mary Jmp
  29. Master Henry Jmp
  30. Mrs. Johanna Kalb
  31. Mr. John Karol
  32. Mrs. John Karol
  33. Mr. Ôtto Kirschner
  34. Mr. Karl Klein
  35. Mrs. Maria Klopfer
  36. Master Erwin Klopfer
  37. Miss Anna Kuhn
  38. Mr. Otto Kuhnke
  39. Mr. Otto Kühnk
  40. Mr. Adolf Künzler
  41. Miss Emma Kunzlen
  42. Miss Louisa Lack
  43. Mr. Hans Lautner
  44. Mrs. Anna Loeffler
  45. Miss Elsie Loeffler
  46. Mr. John Lubsen
  47. Miss Louise Marz
  48. Mr. Otto Meyer
  49. Mr. Arnold Meier
  50. Mrs. Rosina Morschhäuser
  51. Mr. James Mullins
  52. Mr. Ernst Peters
  53. Mr. Constantin Plaissay
  54. Mrs. Constantin Plaissay
  55. Mr. Fritz Raschke
  56. Miss Gertrud Raschke
  57. Mr. Reinshagen
  58. Mrs. Reinshagen
  59. Master Frederick Reinshagen
  60. Mr. Ludwig Rohrdanz
  61. Mr. Auguste Schaefer
  62. Mrs. Schlauch
  63. Mr. Frank Schwab
  64. Mrs. Frank Schwab
  65. Miss Hilda Schwarb
  66. Mr. Burt Seelye, Jr.
  67. Miss Lizzie Stein
  68. Mr. Fritz Strobel
  69. Miss Francis Susanka
  70. Mr. Johannes Truper
  71. Mrs. Charlotte Wagner
  72. Mr. George Weiner
  73. Mrs. Ida Weiner
  74. Mrs. Rosa Winter
  75. Miss Martha Winter
  76. Master Bernhard Winter
  77. Master Arthur Winter
  78. Mrs. Catherine Wittenburg
  79. Rev. Otto Zbinden
  80. Mr. Adolf Zuber

Passenger Information

Mail for Passengers will be delivered on board before the passengers land. Passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before leaving the ship.

Customs Duty. For the convenience of passengers, the North German Lloyd has prepared a pamphlet containing information as to the duty charged by the German Customs. These booklets will be found in the public rooms, and in the Pursers, Chief Stewards, and Baggage Masters office as well as in the barber shop shortly before the ships arrival at Bremerhaven.

TO OUR EXPORTERS and IMPORTERS
An efficient and trustworthy way to forward your shipments is with steamers of the North German Lloyd from New York to Bremen and Bremen to New York. From Bremen to the outports Philadelphia, Baltimore and Norfolk and return a steamer every two weeks.

Also an excellent service from Hamburg, Bremen and Antwerp via Panama Canal to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Vancouver and Portland a steamer every three weeks. For rates to all ports also through rates from New York to Scandinavian, Baltic and African ports apply to the offices of the North German Lloyd in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Chicago and San Francisco. Shipments with our Company, once tried, will meet with your fullest approval.

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Information for Passengers

Letters and Telegrams. The Chief Steward is charged of the distribution of incoming mail. Letters for passengers will be brought on board at the port of destination 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 notify the purser's office of their address, so that all mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded to them.
Letters and telegrams may be directed c/o any of the company's agents.

Telegrams, to be dispatched from the next port, are accepted at the purser's office only, wireless messages at the ship's wireless station.

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

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

SERVICE. Passengers are requested, in their own interest, to submit any complaints they desire to make to the Captain at the time of his daily round of inspection every morning. The wishes of the passengers will be considered in the best possible manner.

Baggage. Only small parcels, and cabin baggage in limited quantity may be taken into the stateroom. Trunks and other bulky articles must be stored in the bag- age room, to which passengers have access daily at stated times. Baggage may not be deposited in the corridors.

Money and Valuables. Facilities are provided for the safekeeping of money, securities, etc. The North German Lloyd however assumes no responsibility for such valuables given into its custody. The purser or the Chief Steward will furnish complete information upon request.

Wireless Telegraph
The wireless stations (Tele-funken-System) on board of all steamers of the Norddeutscher Lloyd are permanently in communication with coast stations either directly or by way of other ships.

All information regarding the dispatch of wireless messages, length of time required for transmission and telegraph fee may be obtained free of charge at the wireless station on board, or on land from the Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegrafie m. b. Berlin, SW 11, Hallesches Ufer 12/13; telegraphic address "Debeg", telephone No.: Lützow 3640/34.

Good News for Returning Aliens
Whereas heretofore resident aliens returning from a visit abroad and traveling Third Class could not be admitted by the immigration authorities immediately after the steamer's arrival, but had to pass the various immigration stations, in New York for instance Ellis Island, the Commissioner General of Immigration has just now issued instructions to all immigration stations in the various ports that RETURNING ALIENS holding an unexpired Return Permit to reenter the United States and traveling Third Class on a steamer, shall be examined at the same place where Cabin passengers are examined and Will Be Admitted Direct from The Steamer If Found Admissible.

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