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ST LOUIS & ST PAUL: 1895 - Interiors brochure circa 1895

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American Line & Red Star Line – From around 1895, a twenty-eight page brochure featuring interior photos of the ST LOUIS and ST PAUL, plus a few of the rest of the fleet. 

The new ships are described as “magnificent specimens of naval architecture” and the photos show why.  Opening images show the First Class Dining Saloon, looking forward and looking aft.  What a marvel these rooms must have been to passengers of the late 19th century!  Enormous barrel vaults with skylights covered the center sections, decorated with enough ornamentation to rival a palace.  Everything else looks subdued in comparison – the Main Stairway, Promenade Deck, Drawing Room, a suite sitting room with a private bath, Library, and Smoking Room.  Second Cabin views show the Dining Saloon, Ladies Room, and Smoking Room.  There are two views of Steerage, rarely ever pictured in brochures of the era – Main Stairway and a cabin with two berths.  

Slightly older sisters New York and Paris are included with portraits and views of the First Cabin Dining Saloon, Drawing Room, and Library.  Also shown are portraits of Red Star’s FRIESLAND, WESTERNLAND, BERLIN, and KENSINGTON/SOUTHWARK.

 Good condition with cover wear and some wear to the inside pages.    

$150.00
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