|Title||Cabin Plan, S.S. Bremen, North German Lloyd Steamship Co., Bremen, August 1911.|
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|Collection||Hoboken Transportation Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Cabin Plan of the Twin Screw Passenger Steamer "Bremen." 1911 North German Lloyd, Bremen. 20,500 Tons Displacement. 11,200 Tons Register. August 1911.
Printed paper, 14-1/2" high x 30" wide folded to 7-1/4" high x 5" wide. Some pencil notations. PDF on file.
North German Lloyd (NGL) used Hoboken as its American home port in this period.
The plan shows first and second cabin (class) staterooms and deck plans plus public rooms and other accomodations.This promotional publication features the more luxurious travel arrangements for these two classes of travelers.
It also shows where captain, senior officers, senior engineers, doctor, chefs, etc. were berthed and their messes (dining rooms). Stewards, stewardesses, barbers, wireless & telegraph, and more are located.
It does not mention steerage or third cabin although this passenger ship did carry large numbers of such passengers. Many immigrants (or emigrants) traveled on this and other NGL ocean liners.
Includes promotion for North German Lloyd Travelers' Checks
Printer: The Sackett & Wilhelms Co., N.Y.
|Notes||Exhibition 2014: Hoboken, Ellis Island, and the Immigrant Experience, 1892-1924|
|Year Range from||1911|
|Year Range to||1911|
North German Lloyd Line
|Caption||front panel with title as folded|
Business & Commerce