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Although undated, it is from circa 1930.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eThe complicated brochure first unfolds to eight panels (33\") and then flips up. The upper panels show a long broadside of the ship while the lower panels have sixteen pages, showing both color-coded plans and b\u0026amp;w interior photos. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eSix decks are shown in detail and the plans are a pleasure to study due to both innovations and idiosyncrasies. For example, a major innovation were the split exhaust uptakes. Rather than driving a big hole right through the center of the ship, the uptakes split to both sides, enabling a grand sweep of unobstructed space through the public rooms. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eFor me a fun oddity are the passenger accommodations stuck into every available corner. It makes for \"orphan\" cabins in strange places. For example, to go to the bathroom the occupants of Promenade Deck cabin P-8 had to cross the busy lobby between the Grand Salon and Library, past a main stairway and turn a corner. And that was just the men. Women had to hurry past the crowds on the stairway and go down to A Deck to find a bathroom. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eInterior photos show three views of the Tudor Smoking Room, two of the Grand Salon, two of the Library, two of the Children's Playroom, two of the Club Leviathan, Gymnasium, Dining Salon, Swimming Pool, five different cabins and suites, and four deck scenes. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eNewly added to the ship was the snazzy Club Leviathan, replacing the stodgy Palm Court. Here's a great description from the brochure: \"An architectural masterpiece in the modern spirit, yet processing a little of Egypt in the days of the Pharaohs, Club Leviathan is incense to those who seek the novel and the new.\" Artifacts from the club, mainly logo china, are worth a small fortune. \u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eThe plan is in good condition with agency binder holes."}

LEVIATHAN: 1914 - Circa 1930 deluxe First Class deck plan brochure w/ interiors

Product Description
United States Lines: A deluxe First Class deck plan from the LEVIATHAN. Although undated, it is from circa 1930.

The complicated brochure first unfolds to eight panels (33") and then flips up. The upper panels show a long broadside of the ship while the lower panels have sixteen pages, showing both color-coded plans and b&w interior photos.

Six decks are shown in detail and the plans are a pleasure to study due to both innovations and idiosyncrasies. For example, a major innovation were the split exhaust uptakes. Rather than driving a big hole right through the center of the ship, the uptakes split to both sides, enabling a grand sweep of unobstructed space through the public rooms.

For me a fun oddity are the passenger accommodations stuck into every available corner. It makes for "orphan" cabins in strange places. For example, to go to the bathroom the occupants of Promenade Deck cabin P-8 had to cross the busy lobby between the Grand Salon and Library, past a main stairway and turn a corner. And that was just the men. Women had to hurry past the crowds on the stairway and go down to A Deck to find a bathroom.

Interior photos show three views of the Tudor Smoking Room, two of the Grand Salon, two of the Library, two of the Children's Playroom, two of the Club Leviathan, Gymnasium, Dining Salon, Swimming Pool, five different cabins and suites, and four deck scenes.

Newly added to the ship was the snazzy Club Leviathan, replacing the stodgy Palm Court. Here's a great description from the brochure: "An architectural masterpiece in the modern spirit, yet processing a little of Egypt in the days of the Pharaohs, Club Leviathan is incense to those who seek the novel and the new." Artifacts from the club, mainly logo china, are worth a small fortune.

The plan is in good condition with agency binder holes.
$125.00
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