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QUEEN MARY & QUEEN ELIZABETH - "Ocean Pictures: Golden Age of Travel 1936-1959"

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Cunard Line: "Ocean Pictures: The Golden Age of Transatlantic Travel 1936 to 1959" by Jane Hunter-Cox, published in 1989, hardbound with original dust jacket, 130 pages. 

A book full of photos of celebrities on the QUEEN MARY and QUEEN ELIZABETH during their heyday as the most elegant ships afloat.  There is Douglas Fairbanks Jr. dancing in the QM Verandah Grill, a drunk looking Burt Lancaster carousing in the QE Smoking Room, Mae West grabbing her hat on a QUEEN'S deck, and formal portraits of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor before they switched loyalties to the UNITED STATES.  Then there is Eleanor Roosevelt looking regal in her suite on the QE, Buster Keaton hamming it up on the Promenade Deck of the QM, and a stern Sam Goldwyn posing next to the magnificent marble fireplace in the Main Lounge of the QM.  Interesting to see African American celebrities such as Duke Ellington and Ella Fitzgerald enjoying First Class.  There needs to be more written about the shipboard segregation based on race and religion so prevalent earlier in the 20th century.  A wonderful book through which to browse. 

Excellent condition.
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