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The show accelerated the public interest in historic ocean liners, a fascination that continues unabated today. This handsome forty-page booklet is the accompanying guide. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eFilled with b\u0026amp;w photos, this guide explores ocean liner public spaces, design, and symbols. Among the notable photos are the launching of the first MAURETANIA, the notorious and short-lived eagle on the bow of the IMPERATOR, the moose-head clad Smoking Room on the WASHINGTON, the grand staircase on the PARIS, the main stairway on the ILE DE FRANCE, and the Observation Lounge on the QUEEN MARY. In the center is a four page fold-out cut-away of the NORMANDIE. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe accompanying text lays out a historical narrative of ship design that has stood the test of time. But a few mistake show that icons of today that are familiar to even the most casual collector zipped right the proof reader. 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Various Ships: Cooper-Hewitt ocean liner show guide

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Ship History: In 1980 the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York held a ground-breaking show called "The Oceanliner: Speed, Style, Symbol". The show accelerated the public interest in historic ocean liners, a fascination that continues unabated today. This handsome forty-page booklet is the accompanying guide.

Filled with b&w photos, this guide explores ocean liner public spaces, design, and symbols. Among the notable photos are the launching of the first MAURETANIA, the notorious and short-lived eagle on the bow of the IMPERATOR, the moose-head clad Smoking Room on the WASHINGTON, the grand staircase on the PARIS, the main stairway on the ILE DE FRANCE, and the Observation Lounge on the QUEEN MARY. In the center is a four page fold-out cut-away of the NORMANDIE.

The accompanying text lays out a historical narrative of ship design that has stood the test of time. But a few mistake show that icons of today that are familiar to even the most casual collector zipped right the proof reader. For example, who today could possibly make the mistake of naming the designer of the UNITED STATES as "Charles Gibbs"?

Very good condition with a few glue marks on back.
$35.00
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