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MARDI GRAS: 1961<br>8 early brochures

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Carnival Cruise Lines: Eight brochures chronicling the early days of the MARDI GRAS, a ship that flopped as Canadian Pacific's EMPRESS OF CANADA but began an empire after arriving at Carnival. Two fold-out brochures (17" by 21") from June and October 1973 provide lots of color ship and interior photos plus large deck plans. An undated fly-free brochure carries the line's early "The Golden Fleet" logo (even though there was only Carnival ship at the time) and a new slogan, "The Fun Ship". When the FESTIVALE arrived the slogan morphed into the well-known line, "The Fun Ships". A 1975 fold-out for Baltimore cruises carries that slogan. A 17" by 21" brochure from late 1974 has finally ditched the lame "Golden Ships" emblem. An April 1975 "Fly Aweigh" pamphlet promotes fly-cruises from Washington, D.C. A full-size twenty-four page brochure from 1978 contains updated color photos and plans. Lastly, a "Travel-Guard" insurance envelope offers a week's worth of insurance for less than an Alexander Hamilton. Excellent condition.
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