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Various: pre-war - "Blue Ribband: The Quest for Speed Across the Atlantic"

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Ship History: "Blue Ribband: The Quest for Speed Across the Atlantic" with text by John Maxtone Graham, published in 1999 by the Ocean Liner Museum, softbound with 74 pages.

The sadly defunct Ocean Liner Museum in New York put on several notable exhibits, including one on Blue Ribband winners. This book was published in conjunction with the show and is filled with b&w photos of great ships long gone, including rarely seen views. There is the seaplane launch on the BREMEN, the Main Stairway on the REX with a basic design similar to that on the TITANIC, fresh baguettes coming out of NORMANDIE's bread ovens, and dock workers at Le Havre straining to tie up the UNITED STATES after her Blue Ribband run. With insightful and amusing commentary by John Maxtone-Graham, this is a book that you will reread every few years out of pure enjoyment.

Very good condition.
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