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PRINZESS IRENE: 1900 - 1905 menus/pax list

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North German Lloyd: A passenger list and three menus from a 1905 crossing on the PRINZESS IRENE. The ship was part of the large BARBAROSSA Class that sailed for both North German Lloyd and Hamburg American at the dawn of the 20th century.

The ship departed New York on April 29, 1905, bound for Genoa. The eight-page passenger list includes both First and Second cabin names, as well as a list of officers. The passenger who saved us this collection was apparently in Second Cabin as there are notations and corrections on that list. Although the menus are unmarked as to meal, there appears to be one each for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The choices are varied including Capiscum Steak for breakfast, Mulligatawney Soup for luncheon, and Stuffed Breast of Veal for dinner.

Of special note are the watercolor ship illustrations at the top of each menu. One shows the PRINZESS IRENE passing a yacht, another features what may be the KONIG ALBERT with white cliffs in the background, and the last menu captures Blue Riband-winner KASIER WILHELM DER GROSSE zipping past a sailing ship. The artist is none other than the famous Karl Paul Themistokles von Eckenbrecher (1842-1921) whose "T.V.E." initials show on each picture.

Very good condition.

$75.00
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