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Various: pre-war - 1931 "The Book of Anchor Line"

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Anchor Line: "The Book of the Anchor Line: An Outline of the Company's Activities and Progress from its Inception in 1852 until the End of 1931," printed 1932, hardbound with 150 pages. A scarce book covering the first eighty years of Anchor Line. There are forty-five pages of vintage ship advertising promoting everything from Gartshore Bunker Coal to shipbuilders Alex. Stephen & Sons, Glasgow. The ninety plus pages of history cover the line's founding, earliest ships, war losses, and company circa 1931 including cruises and the Indian service. Lots of interesting text about the development of the company and insights into their ships. For example, the acquisition of the lovely CITY OF ROME: "For some reason, details of which are not within our knowledge, the Inman Line was dissatisfied with the ship and she was thrown back on the hands of the builders. The final result was that the CITY OF ROME joined the fleet ... A grand old ship." Black and white photos show old and new ships plus interior views. There is also a list of Anchor Line ships from 1852 to 1931. A great resource for any fan of the line. Ex-library book in good condition with moderate cover wear.
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