|Title||Album, photo view: Bremerhaven, Geestenunde, Lehe. (No date, circa 1900-1910.)|
|MULTIMEDIA LINKS||CLICK HERE to view the PDF; note - please be patient while file opens.|
|Collection||Theodore Conrad & Family Collection|
|Credit||Gift of Doris Conrad Brown.|
|Scope & Content||
Bremerhaven, Geestenunde, Lehe. (No publisher or publication date, circa 1900-1910.)
Souvenir photo album with fifteen sepia-tone photogravures printed on a fan-folded paper; printed paper folder with decorative cover, 4-3/4" high x 6-5/16" wide. PDF on file.
Views of Bremerhaven (Bremen) and area with some that are heavily retouched.
Bremerhaven (Bremen), Germany, was the home port for the North German Lloyd Steamship Co. These ocean liners usually traveled the North Atlantic route and docked at North German Lloyd's American home port, Hoboken.
Bremen was an important port of departure for many East European immigrants who arrived in Hoboken on their way to be processed at Ellis Island. Bremen was also the ancestral home or part of the homeland for a great many Hoboken residents who were from Germany.
emigration / immigration / transportation / transatlantic
|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||1910|
|Caption||01 Front Cover|