Another item I was allowed to have on my last visit to the SSUS in the summer of 1991 were these Pursers cards. I remember finding them stacked neatly in a file drawer in the pursers office … while the floor of the office was covered with multitudes of other paper products. These cards were used to communicate with passengers for things like landing arrangements, radoitelephone account , and other daily requirements. Looks like these were printed in August of 1969 … close to the end! Please help save the SS United States, visit www.savetheunitedstates.org.
Oh, Hadley’s dream that never came to pass! This is an orginial 15 page mimeographed guide on how to sell cruising society memberships for the reconditioned SS United States. Answers to about 30 questions in FAQ format. One question confirms her homeport as Honolulu. Never saw another one of these! Please help save our national flagship: www.savetheunitedstates.org. 10 Percent of all SSUS sales from GLL are donated to saving the ship.
SS United States: Just excellent miniature cuise deck plan for her. These are always helpful for research and reference! Please help save our national flagship: www.savetheunitedstates.org
SS United States: Nice miniature cruise deck plan for her. These are always helpful for research and reference! Please help save our national flagship: www.savetheunitedstates.org
SS Unites States: A hand typed onboard produced mimeograph list of her artwork and artists paired with a Navajo Lounge booklet. I found these items stashed in a locker next to the tourist class child’s playroom on my last visit to her in 1991. The MARAD dehumidification units still were chugging … these items don’t show any discoloration … though slight rust to the staples. Please help save the SSUS!