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FRANCE: 1962 - Early ephemera: magazine, plan, brochures

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French Line:  A collection of items from the early days of the S.S. FRANCE. 

  1. The February 3, 1962, issue of “Paris Match” containing a four-page article entitled “FRANCE Invited her Godmother” about Madame de Gaulle onboard for the pre-maiden voyage shake-down cruise.  Mme de Gaulle had christened the ship at her launch in 1960.
  2. A First Class luncheon menu from August 18, 1963.  I don’t see caviar but just about every other delight was available among the 100 or more choices.
  3. A sailings and rates brochure from August 1963 to December 1964.  The ship certainly was kept busy.
  4. A four-page pamphlet aimed at the teenage crowd.  Attractions included a juke box with the latest hit tunes and two ex-Parisian bartenders behind the soda fountain to “whip up out-of-this-world concoctions for you.”
  5. A fold-out 20” by 24” miniature plan featuring nine decks, five sample cabin photos, and five public room views.
  6. The popular “s/s FRANCE Greets You” brochure with twenty-four pages of color interior photos. 

Excellent condition.

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