SS C. F. Tietgen Archival Collection
The SS C. F. Tietgen. GGA Image ID # 12347790c1
C. F. Tietgen (1897) Scandinavian American line
Built by Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast, Ireland. Tonnage: 8,173. Dimensions: 469' x 53'. Twin-screw, 14 knots. Triple expansion engines. Two masts and one funnel. Passenger accommodations, 1912: 200 first, 100 second 700 third. Renamed: Dwinsk (1913). Fate: Torpedoed and sunk in the Atlantic, June 18, 1918. Previously Named: Ex-Rotterdam (1906).
Cabin Passenger List for the SS C. F. Tietgen of the Scandinavian America Line, Departing 4 July 1907 from Copenhagen to New York, Commanded by Captain A. G. Thomsen.
50-Page brochure from the Scandinavian-American Line promoting their service from Scandinavia to New York focused on Third Class accommodations and persuading immigrants to cross the Atlantic on one of their steamships. Featured Ships: C. F. Tietgen, Hellig Olav, Oscar II, and United States.
Cross-Section of Double Propeller-Express Steamers - C. F. Tietgen. GGA Image ID # 1234d0fa09