|Departed:||Cherbourg, 17 Aug 1910|
|Arrived:||New York City, 23 August|
|Travel Class:||Saloon or First Cabin|
|Cash:||At least $50|
|Staying with:||(uncle?) Mr. Hugo Loewi|
The Loewi name appears in Otto's family tree as people related by marriages. See the front section of Müller's Biography of Anne.
In The Hidden Life of Otto Frank, page 15, Carol Ann Lee states that Otto returned to Frankfurt "several times" from the US, despite the expense of ocean liner travel. "Several" seems like more than three times. It could be that Lee is mistaken. However, Ellis Island didn't process all foreigners. For example, their records do not include Charlie Chaplin's first trip to the USA. (Chaplin said he arrived in the fall of 1909 or 1910, via cattle boat to Canada, took a train, went through US Immigration, then NYC see his autobiography, p. 119.) Their online records do include Chaplin's second trip.
Last Update: 6 Aug 2005