Transportation - Ships
1950 CUNARD "SCYTHIA" PASSENGER LIST)
London. Cunard White Star. 09-14- 1950. Souvenir brochure, 8 1/4 x 5 1/2 inches, 12 pages, listing Tourist Class passengers on the Scythia. Excellent clean condition. The brochure opens to an attractive tipped in color illustration of the Scythia, with a list of officers on the page opposite. An excellent... Item #53935
1931. BOOKLET, color folding map of Alaska in rear pocket, 21 1/2 x 30 1/2 inches, black and white illustrations throughout, 10 3/4 x 7 3/4 inches. Top corner of booklet creased, cover rubbed and worn at extremities, interior including map clean and in very good condtion. Item #30932
ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY / MENUS)
Crumrine, Josephine (illus).
Seattle. Alaska Steamship Company. Copyright 1941. Circa 1948. Eight menus, color pictorial covers, folding to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 inches. Very good condition. On back of each menu is information regarding the artist: "Josephine Crumrine is a young Alaska artist who lives in the Territory and... Item #45984
ALASKA STEAMSHIP COMPANY)
Seattle. Alaska Steamship Company. 1925. Brochure, 9.25 x 3.75 inches, 20 numbered pages. Inset map shows cruise routes. The booklet features photos, deck-plan diagrams, and various itineraries for six ships in the fleet: the S.S. Alaska; the S.S. Yukon; the S.S. Northwestern; the S.S. Alameda; the S.S. Jefferson; the S.S.... Item #50427
AMERICAN MAIL LINE)
Seattle. American Mail Line. 1931. First class ticket book, 4 3/8 x 8 1/8 inches, color pictorial cover. Good condition, a few forms removed, travel information/itinerary filled out in ink. First class ticket book for a 1931 trip from Seattle to Manila and returning to San Francisco, with stops in... Item #52701
AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES / MENU)
Sheets, Millard (cover illus).
1950. Folded menu, color pictorial cover, 11 x 8 3/4 inches. Very good condition. American President Lines dinner menu for Wednesday, January 4, 1950, aboard the S.S. President Cleveland, enroute to Yokohama. Brightly colored cover image by Millard Sheets featuring an exotic South Pacific local which... Item #46614
AMERICAN PRESIDENT LINES CRUISE SHIP MENU)
Sheets, Millard (illus).
California. American President Lines. 05-09- 1948. Attractive S. S. President Wilson menu, 11 x 8 3/4 inches, for the vessel's Maiden Voyage with Honolulu its destination. For some reason the Millard Sheets artwork on the cover, depicting the Taj Mahal, was deemed appropriate for this inaugural voyage... Item #54254
BIBBY LINE [COLOMBO] PASSENGER LIST)
Colombo. Bibby Line. 03-03- 1921. Passenger list 6 3/4 x 4 1/2 inches; cover and four pages of names, listing passengers traveling from Rangoon to Port Said; from Rangoon to Marseilles; from Rangoon to London; from Colombo to Port Said; from Colombo to Marseilles; from Colombo to London. List of... Item #52811
CANADIAN PACIFIC / MENU)
Liverpool, England (?): Canadian Pacific. 1926. Three ephemeral items from the Canadian Pacific's 10th West Indies Cruise aboard the 20 year old S. S. Montroyal, March 1926. The largest item is a March 17 St. Patrick's Day Dinner Menu, 8 x 5 3/4, featuring Irish-themed servings: Emerald Isle Salad, O'Brien... Item #54227
CANADIAN PACIFIC / MENU)
Liverpool, England (?): Canadian Pacific. 1928. Vintage menu (St. Valentine Dinner, February 14) from a 1928 "Empress of France" Canadian Pacific Cruise. The ship's maiden voyage took place in 1914. Rear cover of menu features the "Valentine Musical Program" with selections from Verdi, Strauss, Saint-Saens, and others. Light "bump" to... Item #54225
CANDADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS)
Canadian National. 1941. Pamphlet, 9 x 8 1/4 inches unfolding to poster 24 x 33 inches, color map, diagrams and illustrations, black and white photo illustrations. Travel agency stamp to front cover, a couple of ink marks to verso, pencil notations to color map, light wear and 1/8 inch separations... Item #44689
COMPAGNIE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQUE - ANTILLES)
Lezla, Michel (illus).
Paris. 1955. Color poster, 25 x 46 1/2 inches, folding into color pictorial card cover, 12 3/4 x 9 1/2 inches. Poster in fine condition; cover has one inch split at top of spine. One side of this poster sized sheet shows the cross section of steam... Item #39512
CRUISE LINES - 10 PICTORIAL VINTAGE MENUS)
Liverpool, England. Elder Dempster Lines. 1972. Eleven pictorial menus from the M.V. "Aureol" provided to the passengers of Elder Dempster Lines’ "West African Coast Service by Sea" during February and March, 1972. The menus, 9 x 6 inches, feature art work depicting birds, butterflies, and flowers native to Africa. No... Item #54880
CRUISE LINES - CUNARD)
Cunard. No date. Ca. mid 1920s. Color foldout poster showing a cutaway section of the ship, sheet 10 x 48 1/4 inches (25.5x122.5cm), 5 folds as issued. Travel agent stamp at upper right corner of image (smudged), otherwise very good condition. Blank verso. The luxurious Cunard liner Aquitania was launched... Item #48000
CRUISE LINES - N.Y.K. LINE - M.S.HEIAN MARU)
N.Y.K. Line. 1933. Color pictorial card folder, 7 3/4 x 5 1/2 inches (20 x 14 cm), 6 numbered pages inserted with ribbon tie. Fine condition. "Information for Passengers" plus a listing of crew and just 12 passengers. Two people have signed the "acquaintances" section. The ship was sunk in... Item #54735
Union Steam ship company of New Zealand, Limited. 1918. Booklet, black and white photo illustrations and single-color decorative borders, color folding map tipped in to rear, color cover with black and white photo illustration, stiff card wrappers (softbound). Covers lightly worn with some faint marks; very good condition. Booklet features... Item #45271
CRUISE SHIPS - FRANCONIA) Thomas Cook.
New York. Thos. Cook & Son. 1925. Full page black and white photos, endpaper maps, 79 pp, 8vo, paper-covered boards (hardbound). Good condition: spine cocked, offset to endpapers, light foxing to a few pages, otherwise clean and tight. A cruise on the Franconia, sailing from New York January 14th and returning May 24, 1926. Item #30774
Compagnie Generale Transatlantique French Line Normandie. Coupe Longitudinale du Paquebot Normandie 79,280 Tonneaux. (Longitudinal Section S/S Normandie.)
Sebille, Albert (illus).
Paris. J. Barreau & Cie. Ca. 1938. Very long color cross section ship diagram, 12 1/2 x 50 1/2, folded as issued to 12 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches, tipped into color pictorial stiff card wrappers (softbound). Light wear to covers; 3 inch tear at lower edge... Item #40123
Lefebure, R. (cover illus). Brenet, R. Simont et al. ( illus).
Paris. 12-19- 1938. June 1, 1935 issue of this sumptuously produced magazine profusely illustrated in color and black and white, 170-216pp + ads, 15 x 11 inches, in color pictorial paper wrappers as issued. Covers lightly worn with some... Item #44995
London. Cunard Line. 1956. Seven ephemeral items (Menus and "Daily Programmes") relating to R.M.S. "Queen Elizabeth" in a passage from New York to England in April 1956. Some of the items are labelled "Cabin Class" (a notch down from "First"). Three of the items are menus, and four are titled... Item #54704
CUNARD WHITE STAR)
1950. FOUR MENUS. Color pictorial covers, single fold card, 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches. Very good condition with a few soft corner creases. Luncheon menus feature images of ships and fish. Dates include: May 19, May 21, May 22, and May 24, 1950. Item #45444
London. Cunard Line. 1957. Menu, 10 1/2 x 8 inches, dated February 18, 1957, for R.M.S. Scythia. Menu pictures, in color, "Selection of Salmon and Trout Flies used in British and American Waters." Very clean, "as new" condition. Item #51724
Southampton, England. Cunard Line. 1954. Attractive menu, 8 3/4 x 6 3/4 inches, for the "Farewell Dinner," May 31st 1954. Cover of menu features an attractive color illustration of the RMS Queen Elizabeth. Very faint time-tone spotting; overall clean and bright. On verso of front cover of the menu is... Item #52802
DEPRESSION ERA CRUISING)
Chicago. Chicago Duluth and Georgian Bay Transit Company. 1939. Illustrated booklet, 9 x 7 ½ inches, 23 pp. with vertical center fold (possibly folded for mailing). Booklet features deck plans; itineraries for 1939; price list; map of routes; staged photos of revelers; etc. The booklet describes the Georgian Bay Line... Item #52199
ENGLAND - SOUTHAMPTON DOCKS)
The Southern Railway Co. No date. Ca. 1935. Booklet of 32 pages in very good condition featuring die-cut pictorial paper wraps and corresponding interior pages in the shape of a three-funnel steamship. Clean and bright (crease to one funnel rear cover). Interior employs photographic illustrations overlaid with text in block... Item #47244