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SANTA ROSA, SANTA PAULA & SANTA ELENA - 1930s deluxe interiors & route brochure

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Grace Line:  A deluxe brochure for Grace Line's new SANTA ROSA Class from around 1934.  William Francis Gibbs designed these beauties and his impeccable style shows through with funnels that previewed those on used later on the AMERICA and UNITED STATES.

The forty-page brochure begins with photos of languid Central and South American scenes, from a flower-filled restaurant in Guatemala to a sleepy-looking Mazatlan.  The last half of the brochure is all about the SANTA ROSA, SANTA PAULA, and SANTA ELENA.  These ships were sailing the inter-coastal route from New York to San Francisco.  The fourth sister, SANTA LUCIA, was sailing the New York-Buenos Aires route.  Besides several handsome profiles, a mixture of color and b&w photographs show the Swimming Pool, Sports Deck, Lounge, "the Club", Library, Gym, three different staterooms, Novelty Shop, Beauty Salon, and the Dining Room.  This last room was up top, nestled between the twin funnels, and had a retractable roof so passengers could dine under the stars.

By 1938 Grace dropped the unprofitable inter-coastal route and concentrated on South America.  Of these four sisters, only the SANTA ROSA and SANTA PAULA returned after WW2.  SANTA LUCIA was torpedoed and sunk off Algiers in November 1942.  Ironically, SANTA ELENA was sunk in almost the same spot a year later.

Very good condition.
$75.00
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