Stunning like new document r/w/b/envelope with America Funnel Graphics … excellent!
Excellent unused set of baggage tags … like new with pristine strings.
Excellent rate fold out for the ships last planned Christmas and New years cruise. Excellent Condition
Excellent unused scorepads… use with some card form the ship!
Lovely 8×10 photo of the Washington at speed … she has a little more than a bone in her teeth.
Excellent simple 2 sided folding flyer for the ships cruise that was not to be … covers basic route and rate info
Deluxe rates sheet for cabins available on the Cruise that never happened… the ship was withdrawn about 45 days before the cruise was to begin. Beautiful graphics … The Christmas/ NY’s cruise was to cover 8055 miles .. featuring madeira Canary Islands, Africa and the Virgin Islands … it was not to be.
Nice USL London Guide Booklet: filled with maps and shopping- tourist information. Nice condition with some browning to the paper.
SSUS and Bridge lovers .. this one is for you! Completely pristine and unused.
Green printed memo pad of repair requests. Printer in October of 1967 and completely unused.
Lovely little folder for the Xmas-NYE cruise that was not to be. She was pulled form service and mothballed about a month before and sat quietly at NNSBDD before being moved to NIT in Norfolk.
A later version of the mini Beal brochure … this one covers First and Cabin class on the US and then covers the SS America. There are nice publications about the ship and this one is in great like new condition.
Nice early set of the big U’s Cabin Class. The ship was just still being completed when these were released … contains nice interior renderings of the public rooms. Printed on glossy stock and in almost perfect condition.
Nice early set of red colored plans for the Big U. Printed on heavy stock and in good condition!
Lovely little fact and figure booklet that was given out to prospective passengers. These were both used before the maiden voyage as intro booklets and after the Maiden voyage as fact booklets … this one is dated after the maiden voyage. Excellent Lester Beal design for the worlds most modern liner.
A nice preliminary set of deck plans for the soon to be completed SS United States. Designed by Lester Beal there are nice blue monochromatic images of the ships interiors. Great like new condition
Good Gala Menu cover and 2 FC Breakfast menus from an Eastbound voyage in July of 1956. Good condition with expected aging and border bumps.
Excellent log card for the ships voyage 130 west bound to NY from Southampton via Le Harve. This card does have some browning toning with its age.
Great Cruise deck plan for the mighty SSUS … adorned with condo drum, maraca and other instrument players.
Excellent log card for the ships voyage 160 west bound to NY from Southampton via Le Harve.
This was the Mini version of the brochure done by Lester Beal for the SS United States and used throughout her early career. Filled with facts and lovely interior renderings of the SSUS … as well as a few pages are dedicated to the SS America. This is in excellent condition.
Once of the most sought after items from the Ships EARLY life is this excellent trials booklet that was published in celebration of the chips completion and Trials off the Virginia Capes. Filled with info on the ship , trials schedules, decoration info, a portside centerfold profile, general ship facts and a list of suppliers … all in all 31 pages dedicated to the ship. I have had a few of these over the years … and they are getting harder to find all the time … and this one is in very good condition with just a little light blemishing to the cover and some little writing on the back cover.
A nice plank copy of the a program folder … lovely life ring graphic.
Nice menu with some discoloration and blank inside. These little menus were usefully used when the ship was in port and hosting some sort of pier side event.
This book was a labor of love for Frank … and certainly one of his best. WFG’s Brother Frederick was the force behind the book … and Frank took on the project whole heartedly. The dust cover has some rips and tears buy the book itself is solid … a true classic!