Very American dinner menu with items like corn fritters and southern-style sweet potatoes available. Look at those wine prices! Great cover art of a sponge diver done in silver leaf. Dated January 6, 1936.
Color-coded deck plan for the Mariposa and Monterey. Folds open to 19″ x 17.5″. No rips or tears.
Huge fold-open deck plan for Matson Lines ss Mariposa and ss Monterey. Almost certainly pre-maiden voyage given that all eight of the illustrations are renderings. When opened, it measures about 24″ x 36″.
A pair of Matson Line officers buttons. Marked “supreme quality” on the back.
A later piece of Matson pottery, probably dating to after 1955. Measures about 7″ x 5″. Made by John Maddock & Sons. No chips, cracks, or crazing.
Beautiful cocktail glass from the service of a Matson liner. Very midcentury style, isn’t it? With a full engraved Matson logo on the side. Stands about 4.5″ tall. Several available.
A Zippo-style souvenir lighter from the Matson liner ss Monterey. Made by Penguin. It is unused and in mint condition.