TSS Statendam Passenger List - 6 October 1934

Front Cover of a First Class Passenger List for the SS Statendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 6 October 1934 from Rotterdam to New York

Front Cover of a First Class Passenger List for the SS Statendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 6 October 1934 from Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain Commodore J. J. Bijl. GGA Image ID # 17ce543ef9


Senior Officers and Staff

  1. Commander: Commodore J. J. Bijl
  2. Chief Officer: A. Kooy
  3. Chief Engineer: A. Van Son
  4. Physician: Dr. F. W. Pike
  5. Purser: G. V. Reyntjes
  6. Chief Steward: R. Sobering


First Class Passengers

Passengers Embarking at Rotterdam

  1. Mr. F. M. van Alphen
  2. Mr. B. Brand
  3. Dr. M. Brandeis
  4. Mrs. M. Brandeis
  5. Mast. E. Brandeis
  6. Mrs. H. Breen
  7. Mrs. C. G. Dall
  8. Miss J. Dall
  9. Mr. A. C. J. Farrel
  10. Mr. A. Frijlink
  11. Mrs. A. Frijlink
  12. Mr. J. R. Greenwood
  13. Dr. L. van der Grinten
  14. Mr. E. Grünberg
  15. Mrs. E. Grünberg
  16. Mast. J. P. L. Ch. Grünberg, and Nurse
  17. Mrs. A. H. Helmerhorst
  18. Mast. R. F. Helmerhorst
  19. Miss M. C. van den Honert
  20. Mrs. E. S. Hubbell
  21. Mr. Ch. F. Ikle
  22. Mrs. J. de Jager
  23. Miss K. de Jager
  24. Miss L. de Jager
  25. Mrs. E. Jonas
  26. Mrs. H. Klein
  27. Mrs. M. Koster
  28. Miss R. Langley
  29. Mrs. C. Du Pont Lyon
  30. Miss C. Lyon
  31. Mrs. M. L. Martin
  32. Mrs. F. McCrea Gilchrist
  33. Miss A. E. F. McCrea Gilchrist
  34. Miss M. F. McCrea Gilchrist
  35. Miss J. McLaughlin
  36. Miss K. McLaughlin
  37. Miss C. E. Miseroy
  38. Mr. J. Moltzer
  39. Mr. John T. North
  40. Miss E. S. Oschatz
  41. Dr. Ante Pavelich
  42. Mr. J. Polachek
  43. Mrs. J. Polachek
  44. Mr. J. van Schooneveldt
  45. Mr. N. Sluis
  46. Mrs. H. S. Stiefel
  47. Miss M. J. Terkuhle
  48. Mr. P. van den Toorn, LL.D
  49. Mrs. P. van den Toorn
  50. Miss C. van den Toorn
  51. Miss V. van den Toorn
  52. Mr. J. J. Tutein Nolthenius
  53. Mrs. J. J. Tutein Nolthenius
  54. Mr. J. H. F. Veltman
  55. Mrs. J. H. F. Veltman
  56. Mr. F. J. Vlcek
  57. Mr. V. F. Vlcek
  58. Mr. I. Vorkink
  59. Mrs. I. Vorkink
  60. Mr. J. M. Willcox
  61. Mrs. J. M. Willcox and Maid


Embarking At Boulogne-sur-Mer

  1. His Excellency Dr. Rene Auguste, Minister of the Republic of Haiti at London
  2. Mrs. Rene Auguste
  3. Miss Chr. Auguste
  4. Miss S. Auguste
  5. Mrs. M. Baldwin
  6. Mr. H. Basch
  7. Mrs. H. Basch
  8. Mr. E. Billings
  9. Mrs. M. Campbell-Tipton
  10. Miss E. Cone
  11. Mr. F. Cone
  12. Mr. Th. H. Daniel
  13. Mrs. Th. H. Daniel
  14. Mr. J. Fernandez
  15. Mrs. J. Fernandez
  16. Mr. M. Goodman
  17. Miss H. Guggenheimer
  18. Mrs. R. Hunt
  19. Miss V. Hunt
  20. Miss H. van Kooy
  21. Mr. A. C. Lamoutte
  22. Mrs. C. W. Luis
  23. Mrs. J. de Menet d' Agramonte
  24. Mrs. D. Mitchell
  25. Mr. P. E. Richards
  26. Miss E. Roberts
  27. Mr. J. D. Robinson
  28. Mrs. J. D. Robinson
  29. Mr. E. Seamon
  30. Miss A. Seamon
  31. Mrs. W. Smith
  32. Miss H. Surleau
  33. Mrs. L. F. Wardlow
  34. Miss H. Wardlow
  35. Hon. T. Teleston Wells, Consul General of Roumania at New York
  36. Mrs. T. Teleston Wells
  37. Miss G. Williamson
  38. Miss J. L. Williamson
  39. Miss M. B. Williamson


Embarking at Southampton

  1. Marchesa Vandah Bordeux de Bonis
  2. Mr. G. P. Boudon
  3. Mr. A. Bradley Campbell
  4. Miss C. N. Cameron
  5. Miss E. C. Frost
  6. Mr. W. Gardner
  7. Miss S. Gardner
  8. Mr. J. Goldman
  9. Mrs. G. P. Goodson
  10. Miss M. L. Goodson
  11. Mrs. N. Goudge
  12. Mrs. T. W. Malcom
  13. Mrs. Edward A. Nis
  14. Mr. J. A. Pride
  15. Mr. J. H. Ray
  16. Mrs. G. Sands
  17. Mr. W. Marston Seabury
  18. Mrs. W. Marston Seabury
  19. Mr. J. Sheldon
  20. Miss A. Sheldon
  21. Miss H. Sheldon
  22. Mrs. S. L. Smith
  23. Miss E. Smith
  24. Mr. A. G. Snydacker
  25. Mr. E. G. F. Vaz
  26. Mr. F. M. Vaz
  27. Mrs. F. M. Vaz
  28. Mr. R. Righton Webb
  29. Mrs. R. Righton Webb
  30. Mast. R. Righton Webb
  31. Mr. J. E. Wheeler
  32. Mrs. J. E. Wheeler
  33. Mr. J. C. Whittier
  34. Mrs. J. C. Whittier


Back Cover of a First Class Passenger List for the SS Statendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 6 October 1934 from Rotterdam to New York

Back Cover of a First Class Passenger List for the SS Statendam of the Holland-America Line, Departing 6 October 1934 from Rotterdam to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton. GGA Image ID # 17ce6aebc3


General Information for Passengers

Mail and Telegrams. Mail and telegrams for Passengers are brought on board steamer before embarkation and placed in the Passengers' rooms. For any inquiries relating to mails, Passengers are invited to call at the Chief Steward's office.

Seats at Table. Application for table seats may be made to the Chief Steward. Hours for meals are posted on the ship's bulletin board.

Return Tickets. The Purser will be glad to radio, free of charge, to the New York office of the Line, if you wish to make return reservations on any steamer of the Line.

Valuables. For the convenience of the Passengers the Line has provided safe deposit boxes in the Purser's office in which any valuables may be deposited upon payment to the Purser of $5.—; this amount to be refunded when the key of the deposit box is returned.

However, the Line does not assume any responsibility for the safe custody of such articles. (Passengers may, if they wish, protect themselves by insurance).

Personal Funds. For the convenience of Passengers the Purser is prepared to cash a limited amount of recognized Travelers' Checks or to exchange money at official rates as posted at the Purser's office. A receipt is issued on such transactions on the Company's Form.

Personal checks cannot be cashed on board.

Divine Service. Divine service will be held on Sundays, at hours announced on the bulletin board, if a recognized clergyman on board is willing to officiate.

Ship's Newspaper. "The Ocean Post", containing latest wireless news and closing prices of the leading securities on the New York Stock Exchange, is published on board. A copy of this newspaper is placed, when issued, in passenger's stateroom with the compliments of the Line.

Medical Attention. The Holland-America Line assumes no responsibility for services rendered by the ship's Physician. The services rendered and the medicines prescribed by the Physician are free of charge, except that in cases, where Passengers require the service of ship's Physician for the treatment of ailments for which they already were under the care of a Physician at the time of embarkation, the ship's Physician may charge a reasonable fee for such services, subject to the approval and sanction of the Commander.

Additional Payments on Board. Passengers paying any supplements for room transfers, additional passage money, freight, telegrams, etc., should obtain a receipt from the Purser on the Company's Form.

For radiograms receipt will be furnished by the wireless operator.

Steamer Chairs, Rugs and Chair Cushions. Deck chairs, rugs and chair cushions may be hired on application to the Deck Steward.

The hire for deck chairs amounts to $ 1,50 for the voyage, whereas the hire for rugs and chair cushions amounts to $ 1,— each for the voyage.

U. S. Head-Tax. Passengers in transit through the United States, or Tourists on a visit, who intend to stay in the United States less than 60 days, should express themselves as such towards the U. S. Immigration Inspector in charge upon arrival of the steamer in the United States, when interrogated by that official.

Passengers will then obtain from this Inspect or a United States Head-Tax Refund Certificate (Form 514), which should be filled out and signed as directed when leaving the United States. This document must be forwarded to the Holland-America Line, 29 Broadway, New York, together with the Company's Head-Tax Receipt, and refund of the Head-Tax will follow.

Most of the Trans-Atlantic Steamship Lines, including the Holland-America Line, as a courtesy towards their Passengers, have authorized their pursers to make refund of the Head-Tax to Passengers on the voyage back to Europe, in which case the Head-Tax Refund Certificate as well as the Head-Tax Receipt of the Steamship Company who brought the passenger to America, will be taken up by the ship's Purser when making the refund.

Baggage. There is a baggage room on board steamer where Passengers may store such personal belongings as cannot be placed in their cabins, as well as baggage of any kind. The baggage room is open at hours as posted, and all inquiries pertaining to the storing or forwarding of baggage should be addressed to the Baggage Master.

Baggage Insurance. The Company's liability for damage to or loss or detention of baggage is strictly limited, and Passengers are, therefore, advised to protect themselves by insurance against risk of loss, theft, damage, pilferage, etc. Policies may be obtained at current rates at any office of the Line or through the Baggage Master on board this steamer.

Landing at New York. Motor Coach Service. For the convenience of Holland-America Line Passengers and their friends a motor coach service to and from the Holland-America Line Piers and the centrally located New York Hotels McAlpin and Commodore via the new Holland Tunnel is operated by the Fifth Avenue Coach Company and the Public Service Co-ordinated Transport of N. J.

Through the Purser you can reserve a place in one of the Motor Coaches to either the Hotel McAlpin or the Hotel Commodore at least 12 hours before arrival in New York.

The charge for this reservation, for which you will receive a ticket, will be $1.— including the transfer of your hand baggage (not more than two pieces of hand baggage). Large baggage must be sent on separately.

The Holland-America Line accepts no responsibility whatsoever in connection with this coach service.

Notice: All Passengers will receive on board a landing card and are requested to present same before leaving the steamer to a U.S. Immigrant Inspector for endorsement.

All Westbound steamers call at Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton for the embarkation of Passengers from France and Great Britain.


Proposed Sailings, Rotterdam-Boulogne sur Mer-Southampton-New York, from 19 October 1934 to 19 December 1934.

Proposed Sailings, Rotterdam-Boulogne sur Mer-Southampton-New York, from 19 October 1934 to 19 December 1934. Ships Included the Rotterdam, Statendam, and Volendam. GGA Image ID # 1dfdbf3135


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