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SS City of Newport News Passenger List - 12 January 1935

Front Cover, SS City of Newport News Passenger List from the Baltimore Mail Line Dated 12 January 1935.

Front Cover of a Passenger List for the SS City of Newport News of the Baltimore Mail Line, Departing 12 January 1935 from Hamburg and Le Havre to Norfolk and Baltimore, Commanded by Captain Robert H. Wright. GGA Image ID # 13b51ba5a6

Senior Officers and Staff

  • Commander: Robert H. Wright, Lt. Cmdr., U.S.N.R
  • Chief Officer: George Williams, Lt. U.S.N.R
  • Chief Engineer: D. B. Houston
  • Purser: H. Ketels
  • Surgeon: John H. King, M.D.
  • Chief Steward: Hans Wensel

List of Passengers

  1. Mrs. E. G. Allen
  2. Miss Constance Allen
  3. Mr. E L. Bond
  4. Mrs. Bond
  5. Consul-General Louis L. Duplan [Note 1] [Note 2]
  6. Mrs. Duplan [Note 1] [Note 2]
  7. Mr. James G. Engle
  8. Mrs. Engle
  9. Mr. Stanley Fargo
  10. Mrs. Margaretta G. French
  11. Master George French
  12. Mr. E. L. Giles
  13. Mrs. Carroll Greenough
  14. Professor Guenther H. Gruenninger [Note 1]
  15. Miss Helen R Herbert
  16. Mr. John F Marshall
  17. Mr. Richard C. Weil
  18. Miss Frances Wilke [Note 1]

Note 1: Embarking at Hamburg

Note 2: Debarking at Norfolk

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