SS Karlsruhe Passenger List - 26 July 1928
Front Cover of a Cabin Class Passenger List from the SS Karlsruhe of the North German Lloyd, Departing 26 July 1928 from Bremen to New York via Boulogne-sur-Mer and Southampton, Commanded by Captain H. Filzinger. GGA Image ID # 15e3aac70e
Senior Officers and Staff
- Captain: H. Filzinger
- First Officer: Th. Meyer
- Second Officer: Th. Levin
- Second Officer: K. Fricke
- Third Officer: H. Gössling
- Third Officer: H. Braue
- Fourth Officer: H. Fricke
- Doctor: Dr. E. Rost
- Chief Engineer: P. Braun
- First Engineer: R. Arnold
- Second Engineer: O. Schröder
- Second Engineer: O. Porsche
- Third Engineer: O. Brünler
- Third Engineer: J. Niemeyer
- Third Engineer: Fr. Tönjes
- Purser: H. Kück
- Assistant Purser: H. Müller
- Chief Steward: M. Wieja
- Chief Steward for Tourist Class: K. Hering
- Chief Steward for Third Class: J. Westendorf
- Chief Steward Assistant: O. Sperling
- Chief Cook: A. Weischer
- Baggage Master: R. Scriba
- Wireless Telegraph Operating First Officer: H. Paulsen
- Wireless Telegraph Operating Second Officer: K. H. Bergmann
- Wireless Telegraph Operating Third Officer: K. Hertel
Cabin Class Passengers
- Mr. Henry Abslag
- Miss Anna Arnova
- Mr. Theodor Bach
- Miss Frieda Bach
- Miss Hildegard Bauer
- Miss Anna Baumann
- Mr. William Bertschinger
- Mrs. Marie Bertschinger
- Mr. Hinrich Blanken
- Miss Erna Blatz
- Mr. William Boese
- Mrs. Ethel Boese
- Miss Marie Brockmann
- Miss Martha Curin
- Miss Maria Elbing
- Miss Magdalene Ewert
- Mrs. Johanna Faulhaber
- Mr. Leo Fettin
- Mr. Henry Fink
- Miss Marie Förster
- Mr. Ralph T. Freihofer
- Miss Hedwig Freytag
- Mr. Walter M. Fuchs
- Mrs. Mollie Fuchs
- Albert Fuchs
- Miss Viktoria Funk
- Miss Wilma Gaier
- Mr. Roy R. Gardner
- Mr. Paul Gasser
- Mr. Harvey Gilbert
- Miss Elisabeth Glas
- Mr. Rudolph Grab
- Miss Anna Greimel
- Mr. Walter Guertler
- Mr. Erich Günther
- Mr. Albert Haeussler
- Mr. Prof. L. Hamilton
- Mr. Jacob Heimer
- Mrs. Marie Heimer
- Fred Heimer
- Captain Anton Heinen
- Mr. F. J. Hermann
- Mr. Henry Heuer
- Mrs. Elisabeth Heuer
- Mr. Peter Hofmann
- Mrs. Elisabeth Hofmann
- Wilhelm Hofmann
- Mrs. Ida Hornick
- Miss Elisabeth Hornick
- Mr. Alfred Hungerbühler
- Mr. Jann Janssen
- Mrs. A. W. Jay
- Mr. Karl Kaiser
- Mr. Mendel Kajdan
- Mr. Werner Keimei
- Mrs. Anna Kellers
- Miss Thelma Klinger
- Mrs. Frieda Köhler
- Mrs. Elise S. Krauthausen
- Mr. Konrad Kunkel
- Miss Laura Kosterlitz
- Mrs. Helene Leupp
- Jacob Leupp
- Mr. Karl Lickhard
- Mrs. Anne Lickhard
- Miss Charlotte Lickhard
- Miss Anna Lindermeyr
- Mr. Joseph Mair
- Mr. Alexander Maier
- Miss Martha Mattfeld
- Mr. Dr. Conrad Mayer
- Mr. Alfred Meili
- Mr. Richard Meinhardt
- Mrs. Richard Meinhardt
- Mrs. Hertha Meyer
- Mr. Frederick Meyer
- Mrs. Magarete Meyer
- Mr. Fred H. Meyer
- Mrs. Lina Meyer
- Mr. Albert Miller
- Mr. O. J. Miller
- Miss Mathilde Müller
- Miss Walburga Müller
- Miss Marie Mursielack
- Mr. August Noll
- Mrs. Mary Noll
- Mr. Jakob Oberweger
- Mrs. Henrietta Pirosh
- Mr. Wilhelm Reehsing
- Mr. Hermann Rennebeck
- Mrs. Anna Rennebeck
- Mr. Carl Ridder
- Mr. Julius Roth
- Mrs. Eva Roth
- Mrs. Theresia E. Ruthven
- Miss Hildegard Seelig
- Karl Seelig
- Mr. Prof. J. O. Simmons
- Mrs. J. O. Simmons
- Miss Hertha Spandau
- Miss Else Schalter
- Mr. Elvin Schmidt
- Mrs. Alma Schmidt
- Miss Meta Schmonsees
- Miss Ruth Schnepf
- Miss Maria Schober
- Mr. Peter Schroeder
- Miss Charlotte Schumacher
- Sr. Council Member Dr. M. Schwartz
- Miss Gustel Steinbach
- Mrs. Elly Sterz
- Miss Hertha Telewski
- Mrs. Pauline Thomas
- Mrs. Ursula Traut
- Franz Traut
- Miss Margarete Ulrich
- Miss Resi Unsinn
- Mrs. Selma Velten
- Mr. Hermann Volckmann
- Mr. Carl Wackernah
- Mrs. Margarete Wagenhauser
- Mrs. Marie Waltert
- Miss Anna Wasem
- Miss Sarah Weadick
- Miss Frieda Wedler
- Mr. A. Robert Werner
- Mrs. Katharina Werner
- Mrs. G. Westreich
- Mr. Bernhard Wille
- Mrs. Frieda Wittier
- Miss Rose Ziegler
- Mr. Bendien
- Mrs. Clara Bendien
- Käte Bendien
- Dr. Otto Droysen, Ph.D.
- Miss Margarete Merten
- Mr. John Mc. Pherson
- Mr. Thomas McPherson
- Mr. Walter Schwarz
- Mrs. Ella Schwarz
- Hans Günther Schwarz
- Mrs. Baurat Thiess
Information for Passengers
Letters for Passengers will be brought on board at the port of destination before the passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.
Mail to be dispatched
Letters, Postcards and Printed-Matter to all countries can be mailed on board before arrival at a port at hours which will be designated. The Mail, to which German stamps must be affixed, will be delivered to its destination at the first opportunity.
The postage rate at present is:
- for Letters up to 20 gr: 25 Pfg.
- for Postcards: 15 Pfg.
- for Printed-Matter, for each 50 gr.: 5 Pfg.
Passengers are requested to comply with the orders of the captain and or his officers who are responsible for both the safety of the ship and passengers, and comfort and order on board.
Change of Cabin. Passengers desiring to change their accommodation while on board must apply to the purser who. alone, is authorized to make the transfer. If higher graded accommodation is desired the difference in fare must be paid accordingly.
Meals will be served as follows:
- Breakfast from 8 to 9 a. m.
- Lunch from 12.30 to 1.30 p. m.
- Dinner from 7 to 8 p. m.
Seats in the Dining Saloon may be reserved beforehand upon application to the Chief Steward.
Meals are not served in the cabins or on deck unless passengers are prevented through sickness from coming to the Dining Room.
A good selection of beverages is carried on board. Drinks brought on board by the passengers will not be served in the Dining Room.
The Dining Room will be closed at 11 p. m., the Smoking Room at midnight. Drinks will be served till 11.30 p.m.
Passengers will please take note that to ensure their nightly rest, the lights in the Conversation Rooms and on the Promenade Deck will be extinguished at 11.30 p. m., those in the Smoking Room at 12 midnight.
Passengers are requested not to order any beverages in the Smoking Room after 1 1.30 p. m. and not to frequent the Promenade Deck between 11 p. m. and 7 a. m.
Baggage. Hand baggage and one cabin trunk may be taken into the cabin, but the cabin trunk must not exceed the maximum size, i. e. 3' 3" long by 1' 11" wide and 1' 1" high.
Larger articles of baggage will be stored in the hold, and will be accessible to passengers at certain fixed times daily. Baggage may not be placed in the corridors.
During the voyage, each passenger has to fill out a ''Customs-Declaration" form for his or her personal baggage.
In the case of families the oldest member may fill out this declaration for the whole family. Blank forms will be distributed on board the steamer.
Baggage, parcels, etc., intended for re-forwarding, for storage, or for delivery to a third party, are to be handed to the Baggage Master who, alone, is competent to receive such baggage.
The Company accepts no responsibility for any article handed over by passengers to other members of the ship's personnel.
Passengers are specially in their own interest recommended to look after their hand-baggage upon landing in the port of destination.
Passengers are requested to take care that, before leaving the steamer, no personal belongings are left in their cabins or elsewhere aboard.
Arrangements must be made with the Customs Inspector at the port of disembarkation respecting any baggage under bond which has to be forwarded to some further destination. Such baggage must be specially mentioned on the Customs Declaration Form and the value thereof stated.
Left behind baggage to be forwarded by a later sailing must reach the port of destination within three months of the passenger's arrival, and must be included on the Customs Declaration together with the baggage which the passenger has already taken with him.
Animals. All animals, regardless of size and kind, will be accommodated aboard in suitable quarters. It is not allowed under any circumstances to take animals into any rooms used by passengers or to lead them around any part of the steamer set aside for the convenience of passengers.
Money, valuables etc. The purser will accept valuables etc. duly sealed or enclosed in an envelope bearing the name of the owner, for safe keeping during the voyage, but without any guarantee on the part of the Company. The purser will give a receipt on demand.
Exchange of Money. The purser has only a limited supply of currency at his disposal, and thus money can only be exchanged to such an amount as is in accordance with the amount of currency available.
Library. A library on board, properly catalogued, is placed at the disposal of the cabin passengers.
Doctor. A duly qualified Doctor is on board who will, free of charge, attend to passengers falling sick during the voyage
Treatment of Seasickness. Travelers who have a tendency to suffer from seasickness have an opportunity on this steamer to undergo an entirely new treatment whereby relief is afforded through a process of inhaling certain remedies.
Experience has shown so far that successful results are obtained in practically every case. Passengers who desire to avail themselves of this new treatment against seasickness are requested to apply to the Ship's doctor.
Bathrooms. Passengers who desire to make use of the bathrooms, are requested to write their names, and the hour selected, on the list placed in the ante-room.
Barber. A tariff is exhibited in the Barber's saloon.
Photographer. The photographer is entitled to charge for his services in accordance with the tariff exhibited.
Cigars. Cigarettes and Playing Cards are obtainable in the Smoking-Room at fixed prices.
Smoking is permitted only in the Smoking-Room and on deck. It is strictly prohibited below deck, in the dining room, ladies' parlor or in the state rooms.
Letters and Telegrams. The Chief Steward has charge of the distribution of incoming mail.
Letters for passengers will be brought on board at the port of arrival before the passengers land. In their own interest, therefore, passengers should personally ascertain whether there is any mail for them before they leave the ship.
Before leaving the ship passengers are recommended to leave their address at the pursers office, so that any mail arriving after their departure may be forwarded to them.
Letters and telegrams may be directed c/o any of the company's agents.
Telegrams, to be dispatched from the next port, are accepted at the purser's office only, but wireless messages at the ship's wireless station.
Deck Chairs and blankets may be hired of the Deck Stewards on board at a charge of $ 1.50 each for the voyage.
Pastimes and Games, as shuffleboard, deckquoits, dice, dominos, draughts and chess are at the disposal of the passengers.
Service. Passengers are requested, in their own interest, to submit any complaints they may have to make to the Captain at the time of his daily round of inspection every morning. Wishes expressed by passengers will be complied with as far as circumstances allow.
Landing. Every passenger will be furnished during the voyage with a landing card bearing his name. This card must be presented in the dining room to the Immigration Officers who board the steamer at the Quarantine Station.
The card will be stamped after inspection and returned to the passenger who has to present it again to an Official of the Company when leaving the steamer.
No passenger will be permitted to land without this stamped card.
Hand Baggage, after having passed the customs on the pier, may be forwarded thence at tariff rates by the Travelers Transfer Company. Steneck Building, Hoboken, N. J. Porters of the company are stationed at the pier.
Firearms. The carrying of firearms and weapons of any kind is prohibited by law in the U. S. A. Offenders are liable to heavy fines and punishment.
To Firms Interested in Exports and Imports.
If you consider it of importance to ensure rapid and reliable transportation for your goods destined to countries overseas, we recommend you to consider the claims of the unexcelled Lloyd Freight Service.
In addition to the New York service, on which the Nord deutscher Lloyd maintains a regular service every three to four days of rapid and first-class passenger, mail and freight steamers, there are the following freight steamer services to North America, viz:
- A weekly combined service with the Cairn-Thomson Line from Hamburg/Bremen to Montreal (calling at Quebec if sufficient inducement).
- A fortnightly service from Hamburg/Bremen to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Norfolk.
- A monthly service from Hamburg/Bremen to New Orleans.
*) A monthly service from Hamburg/Bremen to Galveston and Houston.
*) A service every three weeks from Hamburg/Bremen/ Antwerp via the Panama Canal to Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Vancouver.
There are also regular departures from Bremen to Central and South America (East and West Coast), Africa, Australia, to the Far East (weekly), as well as to Mediterranean ports, the Levant, England and the Baltic ports.
If you have not already consigned "per Norddeutscher Lloyd", may we ask the favor of a trial which we are sure will convince you of the reliability of our Freight Service?
*) Passengers are also carried on these services.
Steamers engaged in the North Pacific Service are equipped with refrigerator space.
National Flags Included with the North German Lloyd SS Karlsruhe Cabin Class Passenger List - 26 July 1928 (In German). GGA Image ID # 15e3dc6ef6
National Flags and Signal Flags Included with the North German Lloyd SS Karlsruhe Cabin Class Passenger List - 26 July 1928 (In German). GGA Image ID # 15e4018f43
The wireless stations (Telefunken System) on board all steamers of the Norddeutscher Lloyd are permanently in communication with coast stations either directly or by way of other ships. The names of such stations and ships will be published every fore-noon.
A wireless message sent from land to a ship at sea must be addressed as follows:
- Name of Addressee (to ensure correct delivery give full name).
- Name of Steamer (as given in the International Register).
- Name of Coast station (by which the message is to be transmitted).
Example: Heinrich Schmidt — Columbus — Norddeich.
All information regarding the dispatch of wireless messages, length of time required for transmission and telegraph fee may be obtained free of charge at the wireless station on board, or on land from the Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegraphie in. b. H.. Berlin, SW. I I. Hallesches Ufer 1213: telegraphic address "Debeg", telephone No : Lüttow 3630/34.
Messages are accepted at all telegraph offices in Germany and abroad for all ships mentioned in the International Register.
The wireless service on board of the steamers is operated by the Deutsche Betriebsgesellschaft für drahtlose Telegrofie m. b. H., (Debeg), Berlin SW. I I. All enquiries, complaints etc., may be addressed to this company. The steamship company takes no responsibility in this respect.
Global Port of Calls Map of the Norddeutscher Lloyd Bremen Steamship Company, 1928. GGA Image ID # 15e4030e93
American Head Tax
The amount paid as American Head Tax may be refunded if all the under-noted conditions are fulfilled:
- If the passenger does not stay in the United States longer than 60 days, and if the reply to question No. 20 of the Declaration Form is given as "not more than days".
- If, when passing the prescribed examination before landing in New York, the passenger informs the competent official of his intention to leave the United States within 60 days; and that he receives Form No. 514-A (Transit Certificate) in which the arrival in America is officially noted. (Part A).
- If, when leaving America, the date of departure of the passenger is endorsed on the same form by the Steamship Company whose steamer is used (or in the case of travelers by rail, the date of crossing the frontier is inserted by the officials of the railroad concerned, and the form signed by them.) (Part B).
- If Form No. 314-A, when duly signed by the passenger in portions A and B, is presented to the American Authorities within 120 days from the original date of landing in the United States.
It is recommended that Form 514-A, when completely filled in, be handed to our Office, North German Lloyd, 32. Broadway, New York, or else sent to the Norddeutscher Lloyd, Passage Department, Bremen, immediately after landing in Europe.
If these conditions are not fulfilled the return of the amount paid for American Head Tax will not be granted by the United States Immigration Authorities.
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Global Route Map on the Back Cover of the North German Lloyd SS Karlsruhe Cabin Class Passenger List - 26 July 1928. GGA Image ID # 15e452abe2