Lot 212 of 291:
ephemera for United States Lines  

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Estimate:
$200 - $300

Title:
Large collection of items related to various United States Lines

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Date:
Mostly 1930s

Description:
Includes: Brochure book with laid in illustration, and a dinner menu from 1923, from The S.S. Leviathan. * Dollar Steamship Lines, Cabin Plan. Large folding plan, maps and photographs on verso. * Havana: All-Inclusive Cruises. Ward Line. New Ships "Morro Castle" and "Oriente". Brochure booklet. * 3 menus from the 1920s-1930s, from the R.M.S. Tahiti, the S.S. Dorothy Alexander, and the S.S. "City of Los Angeles". * 2 menus from S.S. "Rotterdam", each celebrating the birthday of the Presidents George Washington, and Abraham Lincoln. Each with etched portrait of the President on front. 1927. * 2 souvenir passenger lists. 1 from Atlantic Transport Line, the other from S.S. Panama. * Broadside schedule of S.S. "Leviathan". * Introducing the new Manhattan...the largest and finest liner ever built in American and the world's fastest Cabin Ship. A folder with loose sheets illustrating the luxuries aboard the ship. Many tears and tape repairs to folder. 1932. * The Monarch of Bermuda. Large folding plan of the ship, plus photographs and drawings on verso. Some finger soiling and short closed tears at folds, plus a few rubber stamps on front page. 1931. * 2 folding brochures: 1 for Catalina Island, the other for S.S. President Hoover & S.S. President Coolidge. * The Allan Line: New Quadruple Screw Turbine Steamers - passenger list from 1914. * 30 postcards of various lines. Includes 7 used postcards.

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Condition:
Some light general wear to many; mostly very good or better.


 
Item number:
213323
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