SS Hamburg Passenger List - 2 August 1934

 

Front Cover of a First and Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Hamburg of the Hamburg American Line, Departing 2 August 1934 from Hamburg to New York.

Front Cover of a First and Tourist Class Passenger List from the SS Hamburg of the Hamburg American Line, Departing 2 August 1934 from Hamburg to New York via Boulogne Sur Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain Koch. GGA Image ID # 1f56a7f963

 

Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Captain Koch
  2. First Officer: F. Friske
  3. Second Officer: P. Friedrich
  4. Second Officer: O. Faller
  5. Second Officer: E. Scheel
  6. Third Officer: H. Nippa
  7. Fourth Officer: F. Sohnke
  8. Fourth Officer: W. Koop
  9. First Wireless Officer: E. Bading
  10. Second Wireless Officer: E. Neuwald
  11. Third Wireless Officer: W. Groene
  12. Chief Engineer: R. Rix
  13. Second Engineer: R. Schacht
  14. Second Engineer: A. Thöne
  15. Third Engineer: W. Brecht
  16. Third Engineer: G. Scholle
  17. Third Engineer: H. Kreutziger
  18. Third Engineer: C. Wiencke
  19. Third Engineer: G. Weist
  20. Fourth Engineer: W. Eikhof
  21. Fourth Engineer: W. Schweinsberg
  22. Fourth Engineer: G. Strüfing
  23. Fourth Engineer: K. Weber
  24. Electrician: H. Kneller
  25. Electrician: H. Schlüter
  26. Cinema projectionist: E. Hirsch
  27. Surgeon: H. Kickton
  28. Surgeon: C. Kupsch
  29. Sister: Schwester Hildegard Jonas
  30. Chief Purser: R. Leschper
  31. First Purser: M. Janssen
  32. Second Purser: E. Rüssel
  33. Assistant Purser: M. Pollow
  34. Assistant Purser: E. Vogt
  35. Assistant Purser: W. Eckhoff
  36. Baggage Handler: G. Tamm
  37. Chief Steward: I. Klasse R. Bunke
  38. Assistant Chief Steward: I. Klasse J. Martens
  39. Tourist Class Chief Steward: H. Möller
  40. Tourist Class Assistant Chief Steward: O. Fürsterling
  41. Third Class Chief Steward: W. Kröger
  42. Third Class Assistant Chief Steward: W. Schreip
  43. Grill Chef: BERNHARD
  44. Kitchen master: E. Diessner
  45. Head of the artists' band: E. Fruth

 

First Class Passengers

TO NEW YORK

  1. Fräulein Caroline M. Adams
  2. Herr Gesandtschaftsrat
  3. Dr. Georg Ahrens
  4. Frau Thomas M. Alexander
  5. Fräulein Louise Bancroft
  6. Frau Cora Barrow
  7. Fräulein Helen Bergin
  8. Frau Paulin Bielschowsky
  9. Gertrud E. Bielschowsky
  10. Robert W. Bielschowsky
  11. Frau Alwilda M. Bole
  12. Fräulein Mary A. Bole
  13. Herr V. Edward Borges
  14. Frau George W. Brandt
  15. Herr A. Brodmerkel
  16. Frau A. Brodmerkel
  17. Frau Hampton Bush
  18. Herr Frederick J. Byrne
  19. Herr Robert Duncan Cheel
  20. Fräulein Martha E. Claas
  21. Herr Charles M. Collamer
  22. Frau Charles M. Collamer
  23. Fräulein Clara Connelly
  24. Fräulein Frances M. Connolly
  25. Fräulein Marg. A. Connolly
  26. Herr S. E. Cotter
  27. Frau Anna von Damm
  28. Frau Everett Davey
  29. Herr Richard Davey
  30. Frau Edwin J. Dewes
  31. Frau Francis J. Dewes
  32. Fräulein Dorothy W. Dewes
  33. Fräulein Elizabeth G. Dewes
  34. Herr Hermann Dinklage
  35. Frau Hermann Dinklage
  36. Fräulein Jessie P. Domhoff
  37. Fräulein Elizabeth A. Duffy
  38. Herr Charles R Esdorn
  39. Frau Charles R. Esdorn
  40. Frau A. C. Fisher
  41. Fräulein Melba A. Foster
  42. Frau John M. Gallup
  43. Herr Riley Gilbert
  44. Fräulein Frances Godfrey
  45. Herr Charles B. Goldsborough
  46. Herr Edward F. Gundrum
  47. Frau Edward F. Gundrum
  48. Frau John C. Haddock
  49. Fräulein Clare Haddock
  50. Herr August Heinrichsbauer
  51. Frau May M. Hespenheide
  52. Herr Henry Hillmeyer
  53. Herr Geo D. Horning
  54. Frau Geo D. Horning
  55. Frau Bertram L. Howe
  56. Herr Direktor Edgar Huth
  57. Frau Edgar Huth
  58. Herr W. T. Hyde
  59. Herr Dr.John Janss
  60. Frau John Janss
  61. Frau Emma S. Janss
  62. Fräulein Frieda Janss
  63. Frau Mary Johnston
  64. Fräulein Frances Johnston
  65. Frau Maude K. Johnston
  66. Herr Dr. James W. Jobling
  67. Herr David Kane
  68. Frau David Kane
  69. Herr Reinhard Kaufmann
  70. Fräulein Margaret Kenney
  71. Herr John A. Kluge
  72. Fräulein Gertrud Koetter
  73. Fräulein Mary E. Laatz
  74. Frau Kathryn Lally
  75. Herr Charles Lamb
  76. Frau Charles Lamb
  77. Herr William A Lamb
  78. Frau E. Lawrence
  79. Fräulein D. Lawrence
  80. Fräulein E. Lawrence
  81. Fräulein Mary L. Libert
  82. Herr W. B. Louer
  83. Frau W. B. Louer
  84. Herr Walter C. Lundgreen
  85. Fräulein J. A. McGowan
  86. Herr C. S. McLean Jr.
  87. Frau C. S. McLean
  88. Fräulein Virginia McManus
  89. Frau Henrietta C. W. McNeilly
  90. Herr Charles G. Marsh
  91. Frau F. B. Meconi
  92. Herr Paul F. Meconi
  93. Herr Carl Nelson
  94. Fräulein D. Viola Nelson
  95. Herr Charles F. Noyes
  96. Frau Charles F. Noyes
  97. Fräulein Edith Noyes
  98. Frau Mary Peters
  99. Fräulein Martha Peters
  100. Herr Karl Placht
  101. Herr L. W. Post
  102. Herr Eugene J. Rainey
  103. Herr Eugene Rainey Jr.
  104. Herr Rudolf Redman
  105. Fräulein Minnie Rich
  106. Herr Bernard H. Ridder Jr.
  107. Herr Dr. E. H. Rogers
  108. Frau E. H. Rogers
  109. Fräulein Elizabeth Rogers
  110. Fräulein Velma Rogers
  111. Frau Margaret H. Rorke
  112. Fräulein Marie Ruddy
  113. Frau Walter E. Rupprecht
  114. Fräulein Anna Rupprecht
  115. Frau Frank Schoble
  116. Herr Diedrich Scharninghausen
  117. Frau Diedrich Scharninghausen
  118. Herr Hermann Schultz
  119. Herr William A. Scully
  120. Herr Edwin A. Seipp
  121. Frau Edwin A. Seipp
  122. Herr Edwin A. Seipp Jr.
  123. Fräulein Pauline Seipp
  124. Herr J. Lawrence Sellman
  125. Frau J. Lawrence Sellman
  126. Frau W.R. Shakelford
  127. Herr Dr. G. F. Showers
  128. Frau G. F. Showers
  129. Fräulein Marie E. Siess
  130. Fräulein Helen C. Sill
  131. Fräulein Smith
  132. Herr E. W. Spaulding
  133. Frau E. W. Spaulding
  134. Herr D. M. Springer
  135. Frau Merle Sproull
  136. Frau Henry Stamm
  137. Herr Henry Stamm
  138. Herr Prof. Dr. Valentin Stang
  139. Fräulein Frieda Steigerwald
  140. Fräulein Mary Louise Stewart
  141. Frau W. J. Tingue
  142. Herr William Morrison Tingue
  143. Herr John Treiber
  144. Frau John Treiber
  145. Frau G. W. Truitt
  146. Herr A. W. Turner
  147. Rev. Francis J. Uleau
  148. Fräulein Clara L. Wackwitz
  149. Herr Joseph A. Wagenbauer
  150. Frau F. S. Washburn
  151. Fräulein Elizabeth Washburn
  152. Frau Lillian Whritner
  153. Frau J. H. A. Williams
  154. Frau Annie C. Winter
  155. Miss Helen J. Wright

TO SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Herr Detlef Bade
  2. Fräulein Beryl Bayntun
  3. Herr Johannes Beeck
  4. Fräulein Gertrud Bohle
  5. Sir Stenson Cooke
  6. Fräulein Martha Engelländer
  7. Frau Mimi Guhls
  8. Herr Arthur Hunold
  9. Frau Bertha Knoch
  10. Herr Oberkantor Leon Kornitzer
  11. Herr Gerhard Leopold
  12. Herr Kurth Nothdurft
  13. Herr Akira Othake
  14. Herr Fritz Pick
  15. Frau Charlotte Povers
  16. Herr Gerhard Preusser
  17. Fräulein Margeret A. Ripley
  18. Herr Hans Rönnfeldt
  19. Herr Hans Stahl
  20. Frau Hertha Stark
  21. Herr Walter Teetz
  22. Frau Walter Teetz
  23. Fräulein Gabriele Wienecke
  24. Herr Alexis Wisniewski

 

Tourist Class Passengers

TO NEW YORK

  1. Fräulein Elly Albers
  2. Fräulein Collett Anthony
  3. Frau Sophie Appel
  4. Herr Dr. Lothar Ariess
  5. Herr Dr. Jakob Atzkern
  6. Fräulein Hester Barlow
  7. Fräulein Mary Barry
  8. Fräulein Annie Barry
  9. Herr Patrick Barry
  10. Herr Dr. Emil Baumann
  11. Herr Direktor Arthur Baumgarten
  12. Fräulein Clara Behnke
  13. Fräulein Vesta L. Black
  14. Herr Detlef Böge
  15. Frau Detlef Böge
  16. Herr Fritz von Borcke
  17. Frau Fritz von Borcke
  18. Frau Marie Louise E. de Bovet
  19. Claude E. de Bovet
  20. Herr Dr. Robert Braunbeck
  21. Herr Professor Dr. Carl Brüggemann
  22. Fräulein Dorothea Buck
  23. Fräulein Marie Caro
  24. Fräulein Clara Chapman
  25. Herr A. H. Chase
  26. Herr Charles Connell
  27. Herr George Conover
  28. Herr Carl Conradï
  29. Herr C. C. Cooper
  30. Herr Hermann de Crignis
  31. Herr Duncan W. Dean
  32. Fräulein Ilse Deutsch
  33. Fräulein Rose Dohrer
  34. Herr Elwood Drake
  35. Fräulein Frances Drake
  36. Fräulein Elisa Echecopar
  37. Frau Mary Eggers
  38. Herr Dr. Karl Ehlers
  39. Herr Georg Felbinger
  40. Rev. George C. Ferry
  41. Frau George C. Ferry
  42. Frank Ferry
  43. Herr Sipp La Fleur
  44. Herr Fritz Frank
  45. Frau Fritz Frank
  46. Herr Artur Frank
  47. Frau Charlotte Freitag
  48. Herr Bernhard Gately
  49. Frau Bernhard Gately
  50. Herr Dr. Klaus E. Gehring
  51. Herr Dr. Franz Gerlach
  52. Frau Anna Gerst
  53. Herr Dr. Wilhelm Geuer
  54. Herr Dr. Richard Giese
  55. Herr Fred A. Gilbert
  56. Fräulein Ida Goldner
  57. Herr Robert Gotting
  58. Herr Professor Dr. Richard Götze
  59. Fräulein Helen Graef
  60. Herr Rudolf Graefe
  61. Frau Rudolf Graefe
  62. Frau Berta Greulich
  63. Fräulein Mabel G. Griffin
  64. Fräulein Barbara D. Griffin
  65. Herr Dr. Hans Grimm
  66. Herr Wolfgang Güntsche
  67. Fräulein Agnes Haldenwang
  68. Frau Gertrud Harker
  69. Waltraut Harker
  70. Fräulein Sarah M. Hathaway
  71. Frau Hertha Hauhart
  72. Herr Karl Heckenbach
  73. Frau Karl Heckenbach
  74. Fräulein Flla Hedrick
  75. Herr Hans Hess
  76. Fräulein Louise Hess
  77. Rev. J. J. Hiemanga
  78. Herr August Hoehn
  79. Frau August Hoehn
  80. Herr Dr. Hugo Hohmann
  81. Herr Walter Holler
  82. Fräulein Johanna Honig
  83. Fräulein Mary Houlihan
  84. Herr Bruno Hubrich
  85. Frau Bruno Hubrich
  86. Fräulein Paula Hunkel
  87. Fräulein Anne Liese Jacoby
  88. Fräulein Charlotte Jaeckle
  89. Frau Elfreda J. Jensen
  90. Frau Sara G. Johnson
  91. Herr Hermann Kahrs
  92. Frau Hermann Kahrs
  93. Hermann Kahrs
  94. Herr Dr. Georg Katzke
  95. Fräulein Margaret L. Kenney
  96. Frau Everett E. Kent
  97. Fräulein Virginia Kent
  98. Herr Dr. Ernst Keppler
  99. Herr Herbert Klenke
  100. Rev. Peter P. Kluck
  101. Fräulein Martha Klukkert
  102. Herr Heinrich Kohlmann
  103. Frau Heinrich Kohlmann
  104. Fräulein L. A. Kohlmann
  105. Herr Theodor Kohlmann
  106. Herr Hermann Koch
  107. Herr Professor Frantisek Kral
  108. Fräulein Anni Kraus
  109. Herr Dr. Adolf Krause
  110. Herr Heinz Kreft
  111. Herr Johann Kreikle
  112. Herr Max Krol
  113. Frau Max Krol
  114. Ruth Krol
  115. Nattalie Krol
  116. Frau Hildegard Kühnreich
  117. Fräulein Else Künzel
  118. Herr Dr. Eugen Kurtz
  119. Fräulein Kathryn D. Lahey
  120. Fräulein Elsie C. Larsen
  121. Frau lsabel B. Lefkort
  122. Herr Bernhard Lehwald
  123. Frau Bernhard Lehwald
  124. Herr Professor Dr. Jan Lenfeld
  125. Herr Gustav Lichdi
  126. Herr Professor Rudolf Lieske
  127. Frau Eugenia Lindelof
  128. Fräulein Ludmilla Lindenthal
  129. Herr Dr. Rudolf Lindner
  130. Frau Rudolf Lindner
  131. Herr Dr. Julius Lingenberg
  132. Frau Elfriede Loebs
  133. Frau Maria Loebs
  134. Herr Adolph Loewel
  135. Frau Adolph Loewel
  136. Herr Anton Lorke
  137. Frau Viktoria Lotze
  138. Herr Gerhart Lührs
  139. Herr Wilhelm Mattes
  140. Herr Chas. E. McCraith
  141. Herr William P. Meyer
  142. Herr Martin Miller
  143. Frau Lilli Millineaux
  144. Herr Lorenz Molkau
  145. Rev. J. Morrison
  146. Frau J. Morrison und Kinder
  147. Herr Arnold Mühlhauser
  148. Fräulein Pauline Müller
  149. Fräulein Marion Mulville
  150. Herr Professor Dr. Friedrich Müssemeier
  151. Herr Walter van Nessen
  152. Herr Professor Dr. Johannes Nörr
  153. Frau Anna Ossendorf
  154. Herr Dr. Robert von Ostertag
  155. Herr Josef Pailer
  156. Herr Dr. Christoph Pante
  157. Frau Edward H. Park
  158. Herr Charles H. Park
  159. Herr Johann Papp
  160. Fräulein Nettie Peacock
  161. Herr Frantisek Pfaff
  162. Fräulein Harriet Pollard
  163. Herr Dr. Alois Pommer
  164. Herr Professor Chandler R. Post
  165. Herr Heinrich Prahl
  166. Frau Anni Preiss
  167. Herr E. Rappaport
  168. Fräulein Lena Ready
  169. Herr Ricardo Ricart
  170. Herr Professor Dr. Eduard Richters
  171. Herr Karl Riedel
  172. Herr John E. Riley
  173. Fräulein Adelaide Rogers
  174. Herr H. P. Rogers
  175. Herr Professor Dr. Karl A. Rojahn
  176. Frau Esther Rosendahl
  177. Herr Heinrich Ross
  178. Herr Hugo Sass
  179. Herr Alfred Sass
  180. Fräulein Mabel W. Savage
  181. Herr Richard Schäfle
  182. Herr Professor Dr. Siegmund Schermer
  183. Herr Frank Schepper
  184. Herr Hermann Scheuer
  185. Herr Professor Dr. Friedrich Schöttler
  186. Herr Dr. Oswald Schreiber
  187. Frau Emma Schreyer
  188. Frau Martha Schulz
  189. Fräulein Amy Seasholes
  190. Herr Hans Siegmeyer
  191. Herr Robert Simpkins
  192. Fräulein Mary Southard
  193. Frau Anna Sternal
  194. Fräulein Paula Stern
  195. Frau Mary Stirnweiss
  196. Fräulein Margaret Stoll
  197. Frau Elise Stöss
  198. Fräulein Grace C. Straight
  199. Herr Karl Straub
  200. Herr Walter Strauss
  201. Herr Frank Swayze
  202. Herr Charles Tagliabne
  203. Frau Charles Tagliabne
  204. Herr H. B. Taylor
  205. Frau H. B. Taylor
  206. Fräulein Helen Taylor
  207. Fräulein Mary Taylor
  208. Harry Taylor
  209. Berody Taylor
  210. Frau Elena Teodoru
  211. Fräulein F. Thompson
  212. Herr Dr. Erich Traub
  213. Frau Erich Traub
  214. Fräulein Grace Ulrich
  215. Herr Lorenzo del Vecchio
  216. Herr Dr. Albert Vosshage
  217. Herr Albert Waibel
  218. Herr Paul Walken
  219. Herr Dr. Friedrich Weber
  220. Herr Dr. Richard Weiss
  221. Frau Frieda Weissberg
  222. Frau Albert Willard
  223. Fräulein A. C. Williams
  224. Fräulein Virginia Williams
  225. Fräulein Rachel de Wolf
  226. Herr Dr. Karl L. Wolters
  227. Frau A. L. Woodruff
  228. Frau Marie Wrede
  229. Herr Benjamin Yoskowitz
  230. Herr Gustav Zeller
  231. Herr Dr. Hermann Zeller
  232. Herr Professor Dr. Wilhelm Zwick
  233. Herr Dr. F. Zwilgmeyer

TO SOUTHAMPTON

  1. Herr Claude de Boret
  2. Herr Herbert Butz
  3. Herr Nathan Dranow
  4. Frau Hedwig Hirschmann
  5. Herr John L. Hume
  6. Frau John L. Hume
  7. Fräulein Zella Jackson
  8. Fräulein Freda Jones
  9. Herr Herbert Lehmann
  10. Herr Hermann Mayer
  11. Frau Hermann Mayer
  12. Frau Dora Meyer und Kinder
  13. Herr Dr. Constantin Michiu
  14. Frau Constantin Michiu
  15. Frau Lena Minden
  16. Herr Dieter Morré
  17. Fräulein Ursula von Pentz
  18. Herr L. Platt
  19. Fräulein G. M. Raabe
  20. Herr Friedrich Schulz
  21. Frau Friedericke Schwade
  22. Fräulein Kathlyn Shaw
  23. Herr John W. Taylor
  24. Herr Werner Tewes
  25. Frau Werner Tewes
  26. Frau Winnefred Turnbull
  27.  Fräulein Charlotte Vielhaben
  28. Fräulein Wilma Wolff

 

TO BOULOGNE SUR MER

  1. Fräulein Gretchen Schwöbel

 

The Hamburg-American Line (HAPAG)

The Hamburg-American Line was founded in 1847. Its growth to importance was slow at first, but exceedingly rapid afterwards, so that—in 1914—the Company was the world's biggest shipping undertaking, its fleet aggregating more than 1,300,000 gross register tons.

The war and its after-effects completely destroyed the work which it had taken seven decades to build up ; but reconstruction set in at once, with the result that the Hapag is now once more one of the largest and most important shipping companies. Its fleet consists of 155 sea-going ships and 221 vessels of smaller size, whose combined tonnage amounts to about one million gross register tons.

The routes served by the Company's ships once more span the globe. More than 30 regular services are operated to North, Central and South America, to Africa, the Netherlands Indies, the Far East and Australasia. Several pleasure cruises are also undertaken annually by some of the Company's ships, including cruises to the Scandinavian and Baltic countries, to the Mediterranean, the Orient, the Atlantic Isles, the West Indies, around Africa (4 Continents) and a cruise around the world.

The Company's shore organization is equally comprehensive. The Head Office is situated in a fine building facing the Binnenalster in Hamburg. It accommodates, among others, the offices of the managers, the passenger and freight departments, the shipbuilding section, the bookkeeping departments, etc.

The harbour installations of the Hapag comprise Kaiser-Wilhelm-Hafen, Ellerholzhafen, part of Indiahafen, and certain parts of other harbour basins. No less than 158 cranes with a total hoisting capacity of 588 tons are available on the quays for the handling of merchandise. The length of the railway sidings connecting the harbour installations with the network of the National Railways is 10-8 miles.

As regards the other establishments operated by the Hapag in the port of Hamburg, special mention must be made of the Overseas Home, where passengers are boarded and lodged at moderate rates prior to their departure. The large installations at Cuxhaven where passengers arc embarked and disembarked are also of considerable interest.

A few figures may be added to give a rough idea of the importance of Germany's largest shipping undertaking. Since its foundation, its ships have carried 8,1 million passengers and 5,367,000,000 cubic ft. of cargo. The total number of beds on the whole of the ships is 16,500, so that as many as 16,500 persons can be carried across the sea at the same time.

The number of clerical employees, workmen, etc., required to keep the firm's business going, is about 12,700. Of these, 8,600 are employed on board the Company's ships, 3,400 on shore, and 700 act as passenger or freight agents in all parts of the world.

 

Information For Passengers

New York Mail for Passengers. The New York Office of the Hamburg-Amerika Linie has made arrangements that mail addressed to passengers arriving in New York may be obtained at the principal exit on the upper floor of the Pier. This only applies to such letters, etc., that arrive too late to be delivered to passengers on board during their stay at the quarantine station.

Landing Card. On arrival in New York the "Landing card" attached to your ticket is to be handed to the Immigration Officer for endorsement. First-class passengers will receive the landing cards by the purser during the voyage.

New York Porter Service. Passengers are reminded that the porters on the New York piers are not allowed to ask for gratuities in consideration of the handling of passengers' baggage, they being paid sufficient wages for their services. If, nevertheless, any porter should demand payment for handling such baggage, passengers are requested to note the number plate on his cap and to report him to one of the uniformed policemen on the pier.

In addition, passengers are earnestly advised to direct their enquiries concerning baggage or passage matters exclusively to persons who, by their uniforms, arc plainly seen to be Hapag employees. Failing this precaution, they expose themselves to the risk of being taken advantage of by unauthorized persons.

Passengers proceeding to interior Destinations. Wireless advance bookings of Pullman, sleeping and parlor car accommodation for the journey from New York to places situated in the interior may be effected on board through the intermediary of the Purser.

Sailing Permits for Non-Americans. Non-Americans (including visitors to the United States who intend a temporary stay only) must obtain, prior to their departure from the United States, a Sailing Permit, which must be produced previous to going on board, when the final passage ticket is examined. Such Sailing Permits are issued at the Custom House, Battery, New York.

Further information will be gladly given by the Hamburg-American Line/North German Lloyd, 57, Broadway, New York.

Imported Plants and Soil etc. Prohibited. The United States Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine and Control Administration, advises under "Notice of Quarantine No. 37," that plants, soil or other similar materials cannot be imported into the United States, either as souvenirs or in any other category.

Advance Reservations of Automobiles. The Hamburg-American Line has made arrangements with the Pennsylvania Cadillac Motor Service, New York, whereby private limousines may be ordered by wireless to our New York piers for arrival of our ships. Information as to rates and all other details are obtainable at the Tourist Department of the Hamburg-American Line on board.

 

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