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BALTIC: 1904 - Early First Class deck plan

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White Star Line: A First Class deck plan for the BALTIC from around the time of the ship's 1904 maiden voyage.

The 12.5" by 12.5" plan shows four decks. At the time the ship was the largest in the world. A long ago passenger used regular pencil and then a blue pencil to note and correct cabin location. They got it right on the fourth try with three earlier attempts crossed off.

Interesting to note that the plan is marked Ismay, Imrie & Co. Although International Mercantile Marine Corporation had taken over White Star in 1902, the venerable firm of Ismay, Imrie & Co. remained as managers right up to 1913 when Bruce Ismay retired from White Star.

Good condition with a little separation along the folds.
$85.00
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