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ROMA: 1926 - Deluxe First Class interiors brochure from 1932

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Italian Line:  A deluxe First Class interiors brochure for the ROMA with stylish art deco cover graphics.  The thirty-two page brochure was printed in 1932 just when original owner N.G.I. was combined with other companies to form the Italian Line.  

The deco cover contrasts with the interiors which were high Italian Baroque with a little Sistine Chapel thrown in.  For example, the Vestibule, normally a forgotten space between two public rooms, is so grand it could have been the Pope’s Waiting Room.  Even the galleries adjacent to the Vestibule could be mistaken for a palace throne room.  Other views show the Lower Dining Saloon, Upper Dining Saloon, Bar, Ball Room, Library, Children’s Room, a single cabin, a double cabin, Information Bureau, Verandah, Gymnasium, and Promenade Deck. 

The remainder of the brochure shows photos of activities onboard – boxing, fencing, golf, shuffleboard, deck tennis, dancing, board games, table tennis and the Children’s Parade.  The final two photos show a favorite sport of Italian captains – zipping past in close quarters other liners heading the opposite direction.  

Excellent condition.

$125.00
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