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Various: pre-war - 1920s "Cunard Comparisons"

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Cunard Line: The popular "Cunard Comparisons" booklet offered by the company from the teens to the thirties. This twenty-four page version is from the mid-1920s. BERENGARIA was the flagship and features prominently in many of the comparisons. Graphic illustrations show the BERENGARIA lined up along Chicago's lakefront, dwarfing the then-tallest building in the world (New York's Woolworth Building), and overhanging the bleachers at the American League Baseball Stadium. Other comparisons show MAURETANIA dragging 780 race cars, AQUITANIA matched up to three Staten Island ferries, and SCYTHIA/SAMARIA/LACONIA sisters over-sizing the Washington Monument. My favorite is the center spread featuring the entire combined Cunard-Anchor Line fleet of thirty-nine vessels stretched out across the Atlantic and Pacific. Prolific American maritime artist Fred Hoertz signed the center spread and I believe he is responsible for the rest of artwork too. Good condition with moderate wear and cover soiling.
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