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AMERICA: 1940 - Tourist Class deck plan w/ interiors from 1954

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United States Lines: A twelve page Tourist Class deck plan dated October 1954 for the AMERICA.

Like most liners of the era, Tourist Class occupied the rough-riding bow area, while First Class got a smoother ride midships and Cabin Class only had propeller vibrations to worry about in the stern. Parts of five decks are shown with color coding for cabin types.

The best part are the large b&w interior views. Tourist Class on the AMERICA was fitted with handsome features not found on flagship UNITED STATES. The Lounge, for example, had a big mural while the Smoking Room contained a bar lined with Deco Masonite panels outlined in brass. The walls in the Children's Playroom are painted with romantic storybook scenes. Even the utilitarian Dining Room has an abstract still life mounted on the far wall. Four cabin photos finish up the photo selection.

Very good condition with a small corner of the back cover missing.
$25.00
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