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PRESIDENT HARDING & PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT: 1922 - Interiors brochure

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United States Lines: A six-panel interiors brochure from the 1920s for the PRESIDENT HARDING and PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT.

Black and white photos show the Writing Room, two views of the Lounge, Promenade Deck, a two-berth cabin, Dining Saloon, a deluxe stateroom, Verandah Cafe, and Smoking Room.

Both ships were part of the United States Shipping Board's "535" Class, named for the length. USL sailed theirs to Bremen; other American lines sailed 535s to South America, across the Pacific, and around the world.

The PRESIDENT HARDING was sold to Belgian in February 1940 and was destroyed just three months later by the advancing Germans. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT served as a transport during WW2 and went to the breakers in 1948.

Very good condition.

$35.00
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