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AMERICA.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe twenty-four page First Class plan features six decks' work of color-coded plans and opens to 32\". Of special note are the b\u0026amp;w photographs showing off the lovely Dorothy Marckwald-designed interiors. In 2004 \"Modernism Magazine\" focused new attention and praise on Marckwald's work on the AMERICA. Images show the Main Lounge, Ballroom, Smoking Room, Cocktail Lounge, Promenade Deck, five different cabins, Sports Deck, Kennels, Children's Play Room, Dining Room, Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, and Library\/Writing Room. The plan is dated 1959.\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe twelve-page Cabin Class plans shows six color-coded decks and also opens to 32\". Notice the upper right of the cover. \"Cabin\" has been marked off and replaced by \"Tourist\". In 1960 USL combined the two classes into one and eliminated Cabin. Like most people who lived through the Great Depression, waste was a no-no when a magic marker and a hand stamp could solve the problem.  Black and white photos show the Lounge, Dining Room, Game Deck, Smoking Room and Cocktail Bar, Writing Room and Library, Children's Playroom, and four different cabins.\u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eThe twelve-page Tourist Class plans shows five color-coded decks and opens to 24\".   Black and white photos show the Lounge, Smoking Room, Dining Room, Children's Playroom, and four different cabins. The plan is is undated. \u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eWhat a great and thorough look at this magnificent ship!\u003cbr\u003e\u003cbr\u003eVery good condition.\u003c\/p\u003e"}

AMERICA: 1940 - 3 deck plan set from 1950s - First, Cabin & Tourist

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United States Lines: A set of three deck plans - First, Cabin, and Tourist - from the 1950s for the S.S. AMERICA.

The twenty-four page First Class plan features six decks' work of color-coded plans and opens to 32". Of special note are the b&w photographs showing off the lovely Dorothy Marckwald-designed interiors. In 2004 "Modernism Magazine" focused new attention and praise on Marckwald's work on the AMERICA. Images show the Main Lounge, Ballroom, Smoking Room, Cocktail Lounge, Promenade Deck, five different cabins, Sports Deck, Kennels, Children's Play Room, Dining Room, Gymnasium, Swimming Pool, and Library/Writing Room. The plan is dated 1959.

The twelve-page Cabin Class plans shows six color-coded decks and also opens to 32". Notice the upper right of the cover. "Cabin" has been marked off and replaced by "Tourist". In 1960 USL combined the two classes into one and eliminated Cabin. Like most people who lived through the Great Depression, waste was a no-no when a magic marker and a hand stamp could solve the problem.  Black and white photos show the Lounge, Dining Room, Game Deck, Smoking Room and Cocktail Bar, Writing Room and Library, Children's Playroom, and four different cabins.

The twelve-page Tourist Class plans shows five color-coded decks and opens to 24".   Black and white photos show the Lounge, Smoking Room, Dining Room, Children's Playroom, and four different cabins. The plan is is undated. 

What a great and thorough look at this magnificent ship!

Very good condition.

$75.00
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