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BRITANNIC: 1930 - 10 menus & log abstract from 1937 cruise

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Cunard-White Star Line: Ten menus and a portrait log abstract from a 1937 cruise on the BRITANNIC.

According to the abstract, the ship departed New York on February 18, 1937, sailed to fourteen Caribbean ports, and returned three weeks later on March 10.

The menus consist of two for luncheon and eight for dinner. Consider the chef's suggested menu for March 8, two days after an overnight Cuba visit: Cherrystone Clam Cocktail, Cream of Potiron, Fillets of Havana Red Snapper Normande, Roast Guinea Chicken with Bread Sauce, Buttered Havana Spinach Leaf, Candied Sweet Potatoes, Salad Francaise, and Bombe Mikado.

The menus come from the collection of Terry O'Connor. As a teenager in the late 1930s, Terry would visit passenger liners in New York on the weekends. He always made friends with stewards and waiters, and always came home with prized souvenirs such as these.

Excellent condition.

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