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AMERICA: 1940 - "Dimensions of First Class Staterooms"

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United States Lines - Here's a fun little brochure - "Spacious Apartments for Gracious Living at Seas: Dimensions of First Class Staterooms, S.S. AMERICA."

American ships were always known for their roominess because, well, I guess we tend to be a bit large. This four-pager lists the measurements including total area for all the First Class cabins. By far the smallest, measuring in at a mere 61 square feet, are the four pipsqueak cabins wedged in around the deluxe suites on Upper Deck.

No matter as you or I would have booked the huge accommodations that surrounded the minis. At 478 square feet, they were far bigger than my first apartments rented after college.

No date and no photos, just a fun companion to a First Class deck plan.

Very good condition.

$18.50
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