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FRANCONIA: 1923 - Two interior publicity photos

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Cunard Line:  Two 8” by 10” publicity photos showing interiors on the FRANCONIA of 1923.  I find them especially interesting because of what is shown on the tables. 

Photo one is of the FRANCONIA’s Tutor-style Tourist Class Smoking Room, complete with a herring-bone tile floor and a large coal-burning hearth.  Scattered about on tables are the onboard service items that Nautiques customers love to collect.  I see wine glasses, a couple of pint glasses, and large ashtrays.  A note on back indicates the photo was taken in April 1949 when the ship went back into service after strenuous war duty.  The woodwork still looks scuffed-up. 

Photo two shows the FRANCONIA’s Verandah Cafe.  Plainly visible among the potted palms and wicker furniture are china tea sets, glassware, ashtrays, and even bar menus.  Although undated, the photo was probably also taken in April 1949. 

Excellent condition.

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