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UNITED STATES: 1952<br>Steward Dept Stowage

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United States Lines: This is a remarkable document for those who collect UNITED STATES china, silver, and linen - a photocopy of the 138 page "Steward's Department Owner Furnished Stowage Plan".
 
It lists the contents of each of the 21 steward's storage room aboard the ship. For example, the First Class silver room on A Deck has seven pages of items; everything from 2,544 dinner knifes, 804 oyster forks, 6 cheese scoops, 216 coffee pots, among many other items. A selection out of the First Class galley pantry included 240 custard cups, 100 dozen dinner plates, and 24 dozen wine glasses. The lists go on and on and cover dining rooms, bars, Kosher services, crews' pantries, and even the bake shop. Not faint-of-heart who will keel over realizing how much silver, china, and linen was once onboard.
 
Please NOTE - this is a photocopy so it is down a copy or two from the original. It is still perfectly legible and fascinating to browse through!
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