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The S.S. UNITED STATES had departed Le Havre the day before and was scheduled to arrive in New York on Friday, November 7th. It was voyage #400 for the ship. Did anyone onboard suspect this would be the fabled liner's last voyage?\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eFor Tourist Class, the fare wasn't half bad. For an app I'd pick Smoked Salmon followed by a soup of Cream of Broccoli. For my fish course there was only one choice, Broiled Bluefish with Mushroom Butter and Saratoga Chips. Then onto the red meat, in my case Prime Rib of Beef au Jus with Rasped Horseradish and sides of Spinach Naturel and Boiled Potatoes. Yuck - I'd skip the Cold Dish of Homemade Headcheese Vinaigrette and instead crunch on Escarole Salad with French Dressing. Dessert choices were thin but I'd soldier on with Almond Bars. All washed down with a decent red, provided such a luxury was available down here in Tourist, the home of frat boys and spinster teachers. Actually, both would make interesting table mates than the blue bloods up in First.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eAfter voyage 400 the UNITED STATES sailed empty to Newport News for her annual overhaul. But instead of prepping for the upcoming, sold-out, fifty-five day Grand Pacific Cruise, United States Lines announced they were laying up the ship, effective immediately. Thus began a fifty-four year saga that is still playing out today.\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003e\u003cbr data-mce-fragment=\"1\"\u003eVery good condition."}

UNITED STATES: 1952 - Rare final voyage menu November 3, 1969

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United States Lines: A Tourist Class dinner menu dated Monday, November 3, 1969. The S.S. UNITED STATES had departed Le Havre the day before and was scheduled to arrive in New York on Friday, November 7th. It was voyage #400 for the ship. Did anyone onboard suspect this would be the fabled liner's last voyage?

For Tourist Class, the fare wasn't half bad. For an app I'd pick Smoked Salmon followed by a soup of Cream of Broccoli. For my fish course there was only one choice, Broiled Bluefish with Mushroom Butter and Saratoga Chips. Then onto the red meat, in my case Prime Rib of Beef au Jus with Rasped Horseradish and sides of Spinach Naturel and Boiled Potatoes. Yuck - I'd skip the Cold Dish of Homemade Headcheese Vinaigrette and instead crunch on Escarole Salad with French Dressing. Dessert choices were thin but I'd soldier on with Almond Bars. All washed down with a decent red, provided such a luxury was available down here in Tourist, the home of frat boys and spinster teachers. Actually, both would make interesting table mates than the blue bloods up in First.

After voyage 400 the UNITED STATES sailed empty to Newport News for her annual overhaul. But instead of prepping for the upcoming, sold-out, fifty-five day Grand Pacific Cruise, United States Lines announced they were laying up the ship, effective immediately. Thus began a fifty-four year saga that is still playing out today.

Very good condition.
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