SS Washington Passenger List - 10 January 1951

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Washington of the United States Lines, Departing 10 January 1951 from New York to Hamburg via Cobh, Southampton, Le Havre and Bremerhaven

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Washington of the United States Lines, Departing 10 January 1951 from New York to Hamburg via Cobh, Southampton, Le Havre and Bremerhaven, Commanded by Captain Harold Milde, U.S.N.R. GGA Image ID # 170fde0a33

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Captain Harold Milde, U.S.N.R.  
  • Executive Officer: George F. Kimball, U.S.N.R.
  • Chief Engineer: Joseph P. Cox, U.S.N.R.
  • Chief Purser: Clarence P. Gehrig, U.S.N.R.
  • Senior Assistant Purser: Shepard K. Nash, U.S.N.R.
  • Senior Assistant: John P. Dooley
  • Chief Radio Officer: Roy Cattell
  • Chief Surgeon: Arthur Tomas
  • Assistant Surgeon: John J, Gerrity
  • Chief Steward: Fred H. Dams
  • Assistant Chief Steward: Ernst Schloerb

Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Mr. Olav Aarebrodt
  2. Miss Use Abshagen
  3. Mr. Vassilios Antsoulatos
  4. Mr. Robert Bailey
  5. Mrs. Mary E. Bana
  6. Mr. Edouard Barbayon
  7. Mr. Seymour Beardley
  8. Mrs. Beardley
  9. Mrs. Elizabeth Beiman
  10. Miss Marcelle Berre de Turique
  11. Mrs. Patricia Black
  12. Mstr. John Black
  13. Miss Catherine Black
  14. Mr. Albert Blomquist
  15. Mrs. Blomquist
  16. Dr. H. Neil Bollinger
  17. Miss Constance Bonneau
  18. Mr. Erich Brand
  19. Mrs. Wm. Brassert
  20. Miss Janet Brassert
  21. Mr. Alexander Brock
  22. Mr. Claude M. Brody
  23. Mrs. Anna Bruckmayer
  24. Mr. K. Bruehl
  25. Miss Hanna Bruns
  26. Mrs. Lucy Bryden
  27. Mr. Hans Bucher
  28. Mr. Eugene Buckley
  29. Mr. Ernest Buhler
  30. Dr. Hugh Chapin
  31. Mrs. Chapin
  32. Miss Kathryn Chapin
  33. Mrs. Susan Clemens
  34. Mr. Frank Closter
  35. Mrs. Closter
  36. Mr. Querino Colautti
  37. Mr. R. Cole
  38. Mr. Richard Cole
  39. Mr. W. C. Cole
  40. Mr. Daniel Conley
  41. Mr. M. B. Connell
  42. Mrs. Winifred Connell
  43. Miss Noreen Connell
  44. Miss Eileen Connell
  45. Mrs. C. Connolly
  46. Mr. John R. D. Crichton
  47. Mr. Herman Dauscher
  48. Mr. G. Demetriou
  49. Dr. Robert Desowitz
  50. Mrs. C. M. Dockree
  51. Mr. Robert Dole
  52. Miss Helena Donnellan
  53. Mr. Erwin Drasner
  54. Mrs. Christine Dreller
  55. Miss Patricia Duignan
  56. Miss Marie Dunn
  57. Mr. Thomas Dunne
  58. Mr. H. Ebanks
  59. Mrs. Joan Eichelberger
  60. Mr. E. M. Eide
  61. Mrs. Eide
  62. Mr. Abed M. Elder
  63. Mr. Bader M. H. Elder
  64. Mr. Harold Ezell
  65. Mr. Eugene Feile
  66. Mr. Gerald Fieler
  67. Mr. Martin Fitzgerald
  68. Mrs. Fitzgerald
  69. Miss Catherine Fitzgerald
  70. Mr. Charles C. Flynn
  71. Mrs. Theodora Flynn
  72. Mrs. Martha T. Foss
  73. Mstr. Stephen Foss
  74. Mstr. Brian Foss
  75. Miss Charlotte Frage
  76. Mr. Jean Fribourg
  77. Mrs. Maria Fried
  78. Mr. Egon Fritz-Vietta
  79. Mr. Carl Froehlich
  80. Mrs. Froehlich
  81. Mrs. Fredrica Fruth
  82. Mrs. Auguste Fuchs
  83. Mr. E. Galeh
  84. Mrs. Helene Geiger
  85. Mrs. Margaret George
  86. Miss Anna Gottfrois
  87. Mr. Michael Gress
  88. Miss Rose Gress
  89. Miss Marie Gresser
  90. Mr. W. H. Griese
  91. Mr. Joseph Guenster
  92. Mrs. Sibelle Guenster
  93. Miss Madeline Guifoyle
  94. Mr. George Guillotte
  95. Mrs. Guillotte
  96. Mr. Ludwig Haase
  97. Mrs. Haase
  98. Mr. A. Habarwa
  99. Mr. J. Haber
  100. Miss Frieda Heinhorst
  101. Miss Frieda Heinold
  102. Mr. Robert Hennig
  103. Mrs. Elsa Hildebrecht
  104. Mr. Peter Hines
  105. Mr. Edward Hiscox
  106. Mrs. Hiscox
  107. Prof. Helen Hohman
  108. Rev. Gerard Holohan
  109. Miss Ann Hooper
  110. Miss Edith Huempel
  111. Mr. Frank Huffman, III
  112. Mrs. Doreen Huffman, III
  113. Mstr. Kirk Huffman
  114. Mstr. Timothy Huffman
  115. Mrs. Paula Husmann
  116. Mr. Ahmet Iplikci
  117. Mrs. Eileen Jones
  118. Mrs. Ottlie Jost
  119. Mr. Rupert Joynson-West
  120. Dr. Hermann Katzenberger
  121. Mrs. Martha Kiesling
  122. Mr. John Klaffenbach
  123. Mr. Edgar Klages
  124. Mr. Enno E. Koch
  125. Mrs. Elizabeth Kohl
  126. Mr. Laur P. Koozman
  127. Mrs. Koozman
  128. Mstr. Lawr Koozman
  129. Mstr. Rodney Koozman
  130. Mr. Osmar Kuker
  131. Mr. Paul Kurz
  132. Mrs. Anna Lackemeinen
  133. Mrs. Luise Lampe
  134. Mr. Bernard Landau
  135. Mrs. Landau
  136. Mr. Sam Levine
  137. Mr. S. Liddle
  138. Mr. John Lindner
  139. Mr. Johann Linneman
  140. Mr. Jeremiah Lucy
  141. Mrs. Luisa Luett
  142. Mr. Ernest C. Mason
  143. Mrs. Mason
  144. Mr. Peter Masters
  145. Mr. John May
  146. Mr. Michael McAuliffe
  147. Miss Rose McCann
  148. Mr. Harold C. McCollum
  149. Mrs. McCollum
  150. Miss Denny McCollum
  151. Mr. James McCririck
  152. Mr. B. H. McKee
  153. Mrs. Mary C. McKenzie
  154. Mr. Josef Meier
  155. Mrs. Meier
  156. Mr. Heinrich Meier
  157. Miss Johanna Meier
  158. Mr. L. Mikalo
  159. Mr. George Mohr
  160. Mr. Louis Q. Moss
  161. Mrs. Moss
  162. Mrs. Helene Mueller
  163. Mr. James C. Murphy
  164. Mr. Seymour Nadler
  165. Mrs. Nadler
  166. Miss Elizabeth Nadler
  167. Miss Mary Nadler
  168. Mstr. Hunter Nadler
  169. Mr. Alfred T. Nash
  170. Mrs. Colette Nazare
  171. Mr. Lloyd Neilsen
  172. Mrs. Neilsen
  173. Mr. Rene Normand
  174. Bishop M. J. O’Connor
  175. Mr. James O’Keefe
  176. Mr. Robert W. Olsen
  177. Miss G. S. Oppenheim
  178. Mr. Charles Ostermeier
  179. Mr. Leon Paciek
  180. Mr. John W. Parker
  181. Mr. Wm. Partington
  182. Mrs. Erika Perles
  183. Mr. Salvatore Pinto
  184. Brother Placidus
  185. Mr. Carl Pohl
  186. Mr. Adalbert Puttlitz
  187. Rev. L. J. Quinlan
  188. Miss Anita Rados
  189. Mr. August Rasch
  190. Mr. Ralph Read
  191. Mr. Simon Reese
  192. Mrs. Martha Rooks
  193. Mr. Michael Rura
  194. Miss Martha Rust
  195. Mr. Frederich Ruth
  196. Mr. Wm. Rutherford
  197. Mr. Edward Ryan
  198. Mrs. Ryan
  199. Miss Cordelia Ryan
  200. Mr. Elias Saka
  201. Mr. M. Sanasen
  202. Mrs. Sanasen
  203. Mr. Richard Sarau
  204. Miss Elsie Scarborough
  205. Miss Friederike Schaufele
  206. Mr. Walter Scheible
  207. Miss Ella Schiemann
  208. Mr. H. Schildkraut
  209. Mrs. Clara Schmidt
  210. Mr. Joseph Schneebalg
  211. Mrs. Schneebalg
  212. Mrs. Barbara Schneider
  213. Mr. Engelbert Schraa
  214. Mr. Rudolf Seifart
  215. Mr. Angelo Sferrazza
  216. Miss Ingeborg M. Sickendiek
  217. Mrs. Marion Skiolvig
  218. Mr. Lester R. Smith
  219. Miss Elizabeth Snee
  220. Miss Mary Palen Snow
  221. Miss Guilhenh Soudee
  222. Mr. H. B. Speelman
  223. Mr. Paul Stevens
  224. Mr. W. J. Stevens
  225. Miss Gerda Strauer
  226. Mr. A. J. Stroud
  227. Mr. Janos A. Szomby
  228. Mr. Alexander Taylor
  229. Mrs. Taylor
  230. Mr. Norman Taylor
  231. Mrs. Martha Tyndall
  232. Mr. Wm. Van Dusen
  233. Mrs. Van Dusen
  234. Mr. C. H. Varias
  235. Mr. Walter Victor
  236. Miss Urto Voigt
  237. Mrs. Russell Walters
  238. Mr. George Walther
  239. Mrs. Anna Weiss
  240. Mrs. Luise Weisser
  241. Mrs. E. J. Wilkinson
  242. Miss Gwyneth Wilkinson
  243. Mr. Harry P. Wilson
  244. Mr. H. Wilzenhusen
  245. Miss Katherine Wingeron
  246. Mr. H. Woelke
  247. Mr. Arthur Wohlmuth
  248. Mr. Michael Woods
  249. Mr. Patrick Woods
  250. Mrs. Walfride Worz
  251. Mr. P. Xerri
  252. Mr. Herman Zeitz
  253. Mrs. Bertha Zeitz
  254. Miss Marie Ziegenbein

Important Notice to Round Trip Passengers

Passengers holding westbound tickets are requested to call at the nearest Company Office in Europe as soon as possible after arrival abroad, to obtain full particulars about westbound embarkation and boat train arrangements and any formalities which must be complied with.

Those who are undecided about their addresses abroad, should furnish this information to the nearest Company office as soon as possible after arrival in Europe, so that they may be kept promptly informed of possible changes in sailings and any other matters affecting return passage.

If for any reason holders of return tickets are unable to travel on the sailings indicated on their tickets, immediate advice should be sent to the Company’s nearest office so that the accommodations held may be resold and other reservations arranged. Otherwise the passage money may be forfeited.

Important Notice to Round Trip Passengers

Passengers holding westbound tickets are requested to call at the nearest Company Office in Europe as soon as possible after arrival abroad, to obtain full particulars about westbound embarkation and boat train arrangements and any formalities which must be complied with.

Those who are undecided about their addresses abroad, should furnish this information to the nearest Company office as soon as possible after arrival in Europe, so that they may be kept promptly informed of possible changes in sailings and any other matters affecting return passage.

If for any reason holders of return tickets are unable to travel on the sailings indicated on their tickets, immediate advice should be sent to the Company’s nearest office so that the accommodations held may be resold and other reservations arranged. Otherwise the passage money may be forfeited.

 

Information for Passengers

Information Forms. Please fill out and return your Information Form to the Purser’s Office, at your very earliest convenience. The information requested is necessary for the completion of passenger manifests and landing cards, the ordering of train equipment, etc. Failure to provide this information promptly may delay your debarkation.

Chances in Accommodation: Changes in accommodation may only be made by the Purser on payment of any difference in fare which may be required in accordance with the Company’s schedule of passenger fares.

Amusements on Board: Moving Pictures, Bingo Games, Horse Races, Deck Game Tournaments, Dancing and other activities on board, will be listed on the bulletin boards.

Baggage: Information regarding baggage matters may be obtained by consulting the Baggage Master at the Purser’s Office in the “C” Deck Foyer. The Company accepts no responsibility for baggage or parcels left on board, except by arrangement with the Baggage Master.

Baggage Room: The Baggage Room is open to Passengers from 10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. daily, or by special appointment with the Baggage Master.

Baggage Insurance: The Company’s liability for loss of or damage to baggage and valuables is strictly limited, but Passengers can protect themselves by Baggage Insurance which may be purchased at the Baggage Office on board.

Barber Shop and Beauty Salon: These facilities are located on “B” Deck. A schedule of prices is posted in the shops, including the following:
Barber Shop

  • Shave: $ 0.45
  • Haircut: $0.90        
  • Tonic: $0.25 
  • Manicure: $1.00

Beauty Salon

  • Hair Trimming: $ 0.85
  • Hair Set: $1.50 and up
  • Facials: $3.00 and up
  • Manicure: $1.00

Cables, Radiograms and Telegrams (For Dispatch Should Be Handed in) at the Purser’s Office and at least an hour before the arrival of the steamer at any port.

Children’s Playroom is located on the “B” Deck Aft. A Matron is in attendance.

Complaints: It is the desire of the Company and the Ship’s Staff to make your crossing as pleasant as possible. Any compliant regarding service should be reported promptly to the Purser or the Chief Steward so that corrective action can be taken immediately.

Customs Examination: In order to avoid difficulty in Customs examinations, all articles liable to duty must be declared. Passengers should consult the Purser or Baggage Master for the latest available information regarding the Customs regulations of any specific country.

Deck Chairs, Chair Cushions and Steamer Rugs: Deck Chairs can be rented for the voyage on application to the Deck Steward, at $2.00 each; Chair Cushions, $1.00 each; Rugs, $1.50 each.

Divine Services: Protestant Service is held Sundays at 11:00 A.M. in the Main Lounge.

Roman Catholic Mass is celebrated in the Main Lounge. The hours of the Masses are announced on the bulletin boards. An altar is available and complete facilities for celebrating Holy Mass are at the disposal of Roman Catholic clergy by arrangement with the Purser.

Doctor (Ship’s Surgeon) : The Doctor’s Office is located on “B” Deck Aft. The Doctor is authorized to make customary charges, subject to the approval of the Commander, for the treatment of illnesses not originating on the voyage. In the case of illness contracted on the voyage, no charge will be made. Medicine prescribed will be provided free in all circumstances. A registered Nurse is on duty at all times.

Doctor’s Office Hours: 9:00 A.M. to 10:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

Electrical Appliances: Passengers are cautioned against using electric irons or other appliances in staterooms, because of the serious danger of causing a short circuit in the lighting system. Please call your ‘Bedroom Steward before attempting to use current for any except usual purposes.

Fire and Lifeboat Stations: Passengers are urgently requested to familiarize themselves with the notice in their staterooms regarding Emergency Station and Life
Boat Number, and also to take part in the Fire and Boat Drills.

Fire Precautions: Passengers are particularly asked to use care when disposing of cigar or cigarette ends and matches and to place them in the receptacles provided for the purpose in the different parts of the ship. Do not throw overboard lighted cigar ends or cigarette ends as they may be drawn into open ports and cause fires. Careful observance of this request is earnestly urged of all Passengers.

Lost and Found Articles may be claimed or left at the Purser’s Office.

Mail: Passengers are requested to call at the Purser’s Office for Mail and Telegrams, where forwarding addresses may also be left.

Meal Hours: Passengers are earnestly requested to observe the FIXED hours for meals.

Compliance with tills request will aid the Chief Steward and his Staff in maintaining a high standard in the kitchen and improve the service in the Dining Room, and your cooperation will be greatly appreciated by the Officers and Crew of the ship and the Management ashore.
When One Sitting   

  • Breakfast from 8:30 A.M.  
  • Luncheon from 12:30 P.M.
  • Dinner from 6:30 P.M.      

When Two Sittings

  • Breakfast: 8:00 A.M. and 9:15 A.M.
  • Luncheon: 12:00 Noon and 1:15 P.M.
  • Dinner from: 6:00 P.M. and 7:15 P.M.

Payments On Board: Passengers are requested to obtain a receipt on the Company’s form for any additional passage money, deck chair, steamer rug or chair cushion hire, cables, telegrams or baggage charges paid on board.

Ports in Ship’s Side: Passengers should not attempt to open ports. The Bedroom Steward will render this service when desired, provided it is not contrary to the Commander's orders and weather conditions permit. Careful observance of this precaution will avoid accidents, assure the comfort of Passengers, and will prevent injuries to Passengers and damage to baggage and personal effects.

Postage Stamps can be purchased from the Library Steward. Letters can he mailed on board.

Professional Gamblers: Passengers are reminded that professional gamblers are reported as frequently traveling on trans-Atlantic passenger ships and are warned to take precautions accordingly.

Round Trip Passengers: Passengers holding return tickets, who are undecided about their addresses abroad, should send this information to the nearest office of the Company as soon as possible after landing, so that they may be promptly advised of possible changes in sailings and other matters pertaining to their return passage.

Those who hold return tickets are requested to communicate with our nearest office immediately on arrival in Europe or the United States to confirm their reservations and learn of any necessary formalities to be arranged prior to sailing.

If for any reason the holder of a return ticket is unable to travel by the sailing indicated on the ticket, immediate advice should be sent to the Company’s nearest office so that the accommodations held may be resold and other reservations arranged. Otherwise the passage money may be forfeited.

Seats at Table: The Assistant Chief Steward is in charge of the Dining Room and will assign table seating, if not previously arranged. Reservation Desk is located in the Forward Lounge, Promenade Deck.

Service Clubs: Rotarians, Kiwanians, Lions and members of similar organizations are invited to register their names at the Purser’s Office so that the ship’s officers may be able to acquaint them with other members of their respective organizations who are traveling in the ship.

The Shop: Located on the Promenade Deck, Port Side Forward, you will find a fine assortment of wearing apparel, drug supplies, French perfumes, toilet articles, soap, novelties, souvenirs, and many other items for your comfort and convenience. You will also find a fine assortment of gifts.

Valet Service: Pressing Service is provided for the convenience of passengers. Apply to your Bedroom Steward for this service:
Price List—Men’s Garments

  • Suit (2- or 3-pieces): $1.00
  • Coat: $0.75
  • Trousers: $0.50
  • Top Coat: $1.00
  • Heavy Overcoat: $1.25
  • Tuxedo Suit: $1.25
  • Full Dress Suit: $1.50
  • Sport Shirt: $0.50

Price List—Women’s Garments

  • Suit (Coat and Skirt): $1.50
  • Skirt: $1.00                                
  • Jacket: $0.75
  • Cloak, Silk Coat and Skirt, Dresses, Gowns: Prices will be quoted on request
  • Slacks: $0.75

Valuables: A safe is provided in the Purser’s Office in which passengers may deposit money, jewelry or other valuables for safekeeping in accordance with the terms of the passenger contract ticket. A receipt for articles so deposited will be issued by the Purser. The carrier will be under no liability whatsoever for money, jewelry or other valuables, unless so deposited.

Important Notice to Passengers Regarding Safety At Sea

Please Read Carefully
Your entire trip can be spoiled by a sprain, bruise or other minor injury.

We wish you to enjoy a safe passage and urge your cooperation by carefully observing the following precautions:

  • Do not run on the ship.
  • Do not allow children to run or play unattended, or to sit or play on stairways.
  • Walk carefully over wet spots on the decks.
  • Do not smoke in bed.
  • Be sure cigar and cigarette ends and matches are extinguished and placed in the receptacles provided for them throughout the ship.
  • Do not throw overboard lighted cigar and cigarette ends or lighted matches as they may be drawn into open portholes or ventilators.
  • Do not discard refuse of any kind on the decks. Place it in the receptacles provided throughout the ship.
  • Do not remove safety hooks from furniture.
  • Always use the berth ladder to enter an upper berth, making certain that the berth ladder is securely in place.
  • Do not attempt to open or close portlights or deadlights. Call your Room Steward to do this.
  • Do not move about in darkened rooms. Make use of the lighting facilities.
  • Avoid holding on to frames of open doors. The ship’s movement may cause the door to close suddenly on your hand or fingers.
  • Use the elevators for going from one deck to another. They are operated for your convenience.
  • Do not wear high heels when playing deck games.
  • The following precautions are especially important when the ship is rolling or pitching in bad weather:
  • Use the handrails in passageways, on stairways, and in bathrooms.
  • Hold on to safety ropes, handrails or secured furniture when crossing open foyers and passing through public rooms.
  • Do not stroll about the ship unnecessarily. Remain seated in furniture which is secured.
  • Brace yourself when sitting in a straight-backed chair.
  • If your chair should move in the Dining Room while at meals, hold on to the table—do not attempt to save table utensils or equipment.

Please do not ignore these precautions. They are urged for your safety.

Officer's Sleeve Stripes Included in the United States Lines SS Washington Cabin Class Passenger List for 10 January 1951.

Officer's Sleeve Stripes Included in the United States Lines SS Washington Cabin Class Passenger List for 10 January 1951. GGA Image ID # 170fe988f0

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