SS Mongolia Passenger List - 12 November 1921

Front Cover, American Line SS Mongolia Cabin Class Passenger List - 12 November 1921.

Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Mongolia of the American Line, Departing Saturday, 12 November 1921 from Hamburg to New York, Commanded by Captain H. Hartley, CMDR., USNRF. GGA Image ID # 13eea00ca1

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Captain: H. Hartley, CMDR., USNRF
  • Purser: A. J. Fitzgerald
  • Asst. Purser: L. J. Gallagher
  • Surgeon: W. Stump
  • Chief Engineer: E. W. Bliss, LT. CMDR., USNRF

Cabin Class Passengers

  1. Aschenbrenner, Mr. Alois
  2. Baehni, Mr. Emst Carl
  3. Baumgaertner, Miss Kath. Hughes
  4. Beck, Miss Frida
  5. Beritz, Mr. Alois
  6. Berkson, Mr. Jacob
  7. Beyer, Mrs. Emma
  8. Beyer, Master Rudolph
  9. Beyer, Master Gerhard
  10. Biller, Miss Martha
  11. Bitter, Dr. Wilhelm
  12. Bruhn, Miss Minnie
  13. Burckhardt, Mr. Wilhelm
  14. Busse, Mrs. Helen
  15. Busse, Miss Mildred
  16. Courant, Mr. Erich
  17. Decker, Mr. Theo F.
  18. Decker, Mrs. Clare
  19. Demuth, Mrs. Karoline
  20. Duchmann, Miss Mathilde
  21. Duchmann, Miss Anna
  22. Duncan, Mr. Donald Bayne
  23. Duncan, Mrs.Donald Bayne
  24. Ehlert, Mrs. Therese
  25. Ehlert, Miss Erna
  26. Elbs, Miss Mala
  27. Endelman, Mr. Isaak
  28. Endelman, Mrs. T.
  29. Endelman, Miss Chasel
  30. Engelmann, Mr. Albert Otto
  31. Feltges, Miss Clara
  32. Freudenfeld, Mr. Josef
  33. Frey, Mr. H. G.
  34. Geliert, Mr. Morris
  35. Gerstl, Miss Anna
  36. Ghelerter, Mr. Moriss
  37. Glick, Mr. Israel
  38. Gliier, Mr. Bruno E.
  39. Gross, Mr. Erich
  40. Grueneberg, Mrs. Elsa
  41. Guenther, Mrs. Elise
  42. Gyaïai, Miss Maria
  43. Haid, Miss M.
  44. Haida, Mr Victor
  45. Heiner, Dr. Max
  46. Heiner, Mrs. Max
  47. Heiner, Miss
  48. Heller, Mr. A. A.
  49. Hendlmeyer, Miss Rosa
  50. Herbort, Mr.
  51. Herbort, Mrs.
  52. Hetlinger, Miss M
  53. Holm, Mr. Willie
  54. Hoenig, Dr. Ladislaus
  55. Hoenig, Mrs. Emilia
  56. Hoera, Mr. Bruno
  57. Hupe, Mr. Walter
  58. Jeffe, Miss Marta
  59. Jezék, Mr. Rudolf
  60. Johler, Mr. Michael
  61. Johler, Mrs Anna
  62. Limprecht, Mr. Arthur
  63. Linkenheil, Miss Eugenie
  64. Lipinski, Mrs. Martha
  65. Lipinski, Mr. Arthur
  66. Loeb, Miss Selma
  67. Magura, Miss Gertrud
  68. Mahler, Mrs. Bessie
  69. Mehl, Mr. Hugo
  70. Migasaki, Mr. R.
  71. Morwald, Mr. Anton
  72. Mueller, Mr. Rudolf
  73. Mueller, Miss Antonia
  74. Muenster, Mrs. Erna
  75. Muenster, Master Ralph
  76. Muhr, Mr. Franz
  77. Muhr, Mrs. Christine
  78. Muhr, Master Rudolf
  79. Muhr, Miss Hildegard
  80. Mundle, Mr. George
  81. Mundle, Mrs. Gertrude
  82. Mundle, Mr. Paul
  83. Musche, Miss Erna
  84. Kepp, Miss Helena
  85. Kiesewetter, Mr. Walter
  86. Kleeb, Mr. Karl
  87. Knauer, Mr. Paul
  88. Kohlhépp, Mr. Robert
  89. Kohlhépp, Mrs. Aurelia
  90. Kohlhépp, Miss Paula
  91. Kohm, Miss Martha
  92. Kohn, Mr. Max
  93. Kraft, Mr. Kurt
  94. Kronat, Mr. Emil
  95. Kruna, Miss Sophie
  96. Kruse, Miss Henny
  97. La Barbara, Mr. L.
  98. Lesny, Miss Frida
  99. Lewis, Mr. M. Z.
  100. Limprecht, Mr. Carl
  101. Limprecht, Mrs. Maria
  102. Naeder, Miss Anna
  103. Neidlinger, Mr. Rudolf G.
  104. Neuling, Mrs. Wilhelmine
  105. Oehlschlaeger, Miss Martha
  106. Paap, Mr. Paul
  107. Priess, Miss Paula
  108. Rausch, Mr. Nathan
  109. Rausch, Mrs. Rosa
  110. Reffler, Miss Hildegard
  111. Reich, Mrs. Jetty
  112. Reich, Mrs. Feige
  113. Reich, Mr. Leopold
  114. Rush, Mr. Henri
  115. Rys, Mrs. C. F. W
  116. Rys, Miss Louise
  117. Rys, Master Fritz
  118. Salomon, Mr. Jacob
  119. Salomon, Mrs. Jacob and two children
  120. Sayman, Mr. Isaac
  121. Sayman, Mrs. Isaac
  122. Sayman, Master Ruth
  123. Schliemann, Mr. Ernst Carl
  124. Schloesser, Mr. Johann
  125. Schlundt, Mrs. Anna
  126. Schmidt, Mr. Daniel
  127. Schneider, Mr. Philip
  128. Schoenemann, Miss Hedwig
  129. Schoen, Mrs. Stefanie
  130. Schuh, Mr. Reinhold
  131. Schuh, Mr. Balthasar
  132. Schumacher, Mrs.
  133. Schumacher, Miss Elsie
  134. Schumacher, Miss Katharine
  135. Schutz, Miss Anna
  136. Schwarz, Miss Bertha
  137. Seidl, Mr. Ernst
  138. Sendig, Mr. Max
  139. Soerensen, Mr. Adolf
  140. Spaney, Miss Lucie
  141. Spiller, Mr. Josef
  142. Spitzlay, Miss Gertrude
  143. Stock, Mr. William
  144. Szakaly, Mrs. E.
  145. Szappanyos, Dr, Bela
  146. Szoenyi, Mr. Julius
  147. Tamcsik Mrs. Josefine
  148. Tamcsik, Mr. Laszlo
  149. Tamm, Mr. Paul
  150. Tebelmann, Mr. August
  151. Tebelmann, Mrs. August
  152. Teuscher, Mrs. Luise
  153. Timcke, Mr. John
  154. Timcke, Mrs. Marg.
  155. Timcke, Miss Ruth
  156. Timcke, Master Hans Wolf
  157. Toepfer, Mr. H.
  158. Triwash, Miss Betty
  159. Waddell, Mr. J. C.
  160. Waldmann, Miss Maria
  161. Wantzelius, Mr. Otto
  162. Wantzelius, Mrs. Helene
  163. Wantzelius, Miss Hertha
  164. Wantzelius, Miss Irma
  165. Wantzelius, Master Otto
  166. Wawrenetz, Miss Anna
  167. Weber, Mr. Morris J.
  168. Wendel, Mr. Hugo
  169. Wendel, Mrs. Elise
  170. Weuthen, Mr. John
  171. Weuthen, Mrs. John
  172. Weuthen, Master Willy
  173. Weuthen, Miss Kath.
  174. Weuthen, Miss Agnes
  175. Wischhusen, Mr. Georg
  176. Wischhusen, Mrs. Georg
  177. Wischhusen, Master
  178. Wittschiebe, Miss Erika
  179. Wolff, Mrs. Max
  180. Wolff, Master Max
  181. Wolff, Miss Alice
  182. Wolff, Mr. Max
  183. Zervas, Mr. Hugo

Information for Passengers

Information for Cabin Passengers

  • BREAKFAST at 8.00 a. m.
  • LUNCHEON at 1 p. m.
  • DINNER at 7 p. m.

Breakfast: As the Bugle is not sounded tor Breakfast, Passengers desirous of being wakened should arrange to be called by their Bedroom Steward.

The Bar opens at 8 a. m., and closes at 11 p. m.

Lights are extinguished in the Saloon at 11 p. m., Lounge and Library at 11.30 p. m. and Smoke Room at 11.30 p. m.

Divine Service in the Saloon on Sunday at 10.30 a. m.

VALUABLES. The American Line has provided a safe in the office of the Purser, in which passengers may deposit money, jewels, or ornaments for safe keeping. The Company will not be liable to passengers for the loss of money, jewels, or ornaments by theft or otherwise, not so deposited.

SEATS AT TABLE. Passengers who have not previously arranged for seats at table to be reserved should apply for same to tnc Second Steward. Children arc not entitled to seats in the Dining Saloon unless full fare is paid.

SMOKING. Passengers arc kindly requested not to smoke in the Dining Saloon or Staterooms.

ALL INQUIRIES for information of a general character should be made at the Purser's Office.

LETTERS. CABLES AND TELEGRAMS for dispatch should be handed to the Saloon Steward only, from whom also Postage Stamps can be obtained. Mail for passengers will also be distributed by the Saloon Steward.

BAGGAGE. Questions relating to Baggage should be referred to the Second Steward, who is the Ship’s Baggage Master. Trunks, Chairs, etc. which Passengers may desire to leave in charge of the Company, should be properly labelled and handed to the Baggage Master on the Wharf at New York, and such articles will be stored entirely at owner’s risk. It is for passengers themselves to see all their baggage is passed by the U.S. Customs Authorities on landing.

DECK CHAIRS AND STEAMER RUGS. Can be hired upon application to the Purser, at $ 1.50 each for the voyage.

THE SURGEON is authorized to make customary charges, subject in each ease to the approval of the Commander, for treating passengers at their request for any illness not originating on board the ship. In the case of sickness developed on board no charge will be made, and medicine will be provided free in all circumstances.

PASSENGERS are requested to ask for a receipt on the Company's Form for any additional Passage Money, Chair Hire, or Freight paid on board.

Precious stones or other similar articles of merchandise may not be taken as baggage but all passengers must deliver such goods to the Pursers of the vessels upon which they arrive.

The pursers are requested to deliver passengers a receipt for merchandise so delivered and place the goods in the safes aboard their vessels until a customs permit is presented lo the Inspectors ordering the goods into the U. S. appraiser’s stores for examination.


This Steamer is equipped with the Independent Wireless Telegraph
Company’s system of Wireless Telegraphy and also with Submarine
Signaling Apparatus.

The cable system of counting will be observed, and all words in the address, text and signature are counted and charged for. All radiograms must be prepaid.

CHARGES are computed by adding together the various separate rates per word needed for ship charge (relay charge, if any), coastal station radio charge and the landline or cable charge between the coastal station and the point of destination.

UNITED STATES AND CANADA. — The rate for radiograms sent from this steamer via New York, Boston, Siasconsett or Bar Harbor is fourteen (14) cents per word, covering ship and coastal station tolls. Landline charges are additional.

The rate for radiograms via Cape Race, Sable Island and Cape Sable is twenty*five (25) cents per word, covering ship and coastal station tolls. Landline charges arc additional.

The rate for radiograms via Montreal, Quebec, Grosse Isle, Three Rivers, Fathers Point, Cape Bear and Pictou is eleven (11) cents per word, covering ship and coastal station tolls. Landline charges are additional.

The rate for radiograms via Clarke City, Fame Point, Harrington, Heath Point, Magdalen Island, North Sydney, Halifax, Partridge Island, Belle Isle’, Cape-Kay, Point Rich, and Peint Armour is fourteen (14) cents per word, covering ship and coastal station tolls. Landline charges are additional.

UNITED KINGDOM. — The rate for radiograms via Valencia or to other stations in the United Kingdom is twenty (20) cents per word, covering ship and coastal station tolls. Landline charges are additional.

SHIP TO SHIP — The rate for radiograms from this vessel to another vessel is sixteen (16) cents per word without minimum, with the exception of vessels under the Dutch and Belgian flags. The rate for radiograms destined for such vessels are computed as follows: Radio rate this steamer, eight (8i cents per word without minimum ; other vessel rate, eight (8) cents per word with a minimum of $ 0 80

EXAMPLE: A radiogram consisting of five (5) words from this steamer destined to another vessel under the Dutch flag : the rate would be as follows : This ship rate 5 .words (Ä 8 c. ** $ 0.40, plus other ship rate (minimum) 10 words @ 8c. = $0.80, or a total of $1.20.

OCEAN LETTERS. — "Ocean Letter" service has been inaugurated by the Independent Wireless Telegraph Company whereby radiograms may be sent to a passing vessel (provided such vessel is equipped with the Independent Wireless Telegraph Company's system of radio apparatus) for delivery by registered post from the first port of call by such vessel.

The rate for this service is (including radio tolls and registered postage) $ 1.35 for the first thirty (30) words, plus two cents tor each additional word. Each letter is limited to one hundred (100) words, and must contain full postal address.

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