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SS City of Hamburg Passenger List - 29 January 1932

Front Cover, SS City of Hamburg Passenger List from the Baltimore Mail Line dated 29 January 1932.

Front Cover of a Passenger List for the SS City of Hamburg of the Baltimore Mail Line, Departing 29 January 1932 from Hamburg for Norfolk and Baltimore via Le Havre, Commanded by Captain John F. Jensen. GGA Image ID # 13b45a2e03

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Captain:, John F. Jensen
    Lt. Cmdr. U. S. N. R., Commander
  2. Chief Engineer, Louis Augustine
    Lt. U. S. N. R
  3. Chief Officer, Harry P. Connor
    Lt. U, S. N. R
  4. Purser, Charles Benson
  5. Surgeon, Vernon H. Condon
  6. Chief Steward, P. Rosling

List of Passengers

  1. Mr. Laszlo Baltazar
  2. Mrs. Lazslo Baltazar
  3. Mr. John F. Casey
  4. Mrs. Sylvie Cera
  5. Miss Catherine Cera
  6. Mr. A. V. Fernandes
  7. Mrs. Isabel Heinlein *
  8. Mr. Clyde Hippie
  9. Mrs. Yvonne Dupont Jones
  10. Master Donald Jones
  11. Miss Christiane Lutten
  12. Mrs. Suzanne C. Mcllvaine
  13. Miss Laura P. Perkins
  14. Mr. Adolphe G. Pfingsthorn *
  15. Mrs. James D. Wise

*Embarking at Hamburg

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