White Star Line Magazine, BoundItem Number: 68545 Sold
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A hardbound book of White Star company magazines that run from September, 1924, to August, 1925. Packed with info on the liners, photos of the ships, the famous travelers, and filled with travel advice, jokes, and old yarns. It is a fascinating read and a treasure trove of information from the final gravy years of the company just before the Royal Mail takeover and the Great Depression. A short list of highlights include an article on the White Star sail training ship Mersey (famous for being on the menus of Titanic’s à la carte restaurant), the salvage of the St. Paul, a White Star laundry, Southampton Docks, The Prince of Wales’s trip home on the Olympic, and much much more. It runs 421 pages. Some scuffing and dirt on the cover and a split to the spine inside but contents still tight.