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Various Ships - 7 Matson Lines brochures from 1960s

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Matson Lines:  A collection of seven Matson brochures from the 1960s.

Two undated “Grand Manner” brochure promote the LURLINE to Hawaii combined with hotel stays on Waikiki.  Each has a few color ship photos.  A fold-out brochure promotes a special MATSONIA Hawaii cruise in December 1963.  By the time the ship sailed she was renamed LURLINE and the original ship of that name had gone to Chandris.  That fact is confirmed by an inserted mailer card where LURLINE is crossed off leaving only MATSONIA.  How confusing those Matson name changes must have been for passengers back then!  An undated letter describes Matson’s freighter trips. 

Three Hawaii sailings and fares brochures are included for 1963, 1965, and 1966.  LURLINE and MATSONIA was shown for ’63 while only LURLINE is included in ’65 and ’66.  A South Seas sailings and fares brochure for 1966 covers MARIPOSA and MONTEREY voyages down-under.  An extensive sailings chart would befuddle any youngster from Gen X onwards.  

Excellent condition.

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