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GRIPSHOLM: 1925 - First & Cabin deck plan from 1947

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Swedish American Line: A fold-out (30" by 32") tissue plan of the GRIPSHOLM dated August 1947.

The ship had recently returned to service after six years of hard duty as a Red Cross exchange ship during WW2. In 1949 the GRIPSHOLM would undergo a major retrofit that modernized the ship. But in this 1947 plan the original 1920s arrangement remains.

First and Cabin classes are shown with parts or all of seven decks. Crowded little cabins on B and C decks are reminiscent of Edwardian liners from the early 20th century. Half-tone photos show the First Class Lounge, First Class Smoking Room, and the First Class Garden Lounge. The decor is more OLYMPIC than UNITED STATES.

A 1955 sale and rebuild into the BERLIN, the first German-flagged liner on the Atlantic since 1939, carried her forward into the mid-1960s.

Very good condition with light wear.

$35.00
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