Nicely done plans and in full color … these ships dint change much when they were sold by Matson to PFEL.
The plans USL put out in the 50’s and 60s are some of the finest ever done. Fully color coded and including several interior color photos of the public spaces and a cabin. Packed full of info on the “world’s fastest ship”. Excellent condition.
My favorite version of the famed cutaway for the Last American Flagship … suitable for framing!
Lovely guidebook given out to passengers crossing on the Ss United States in April of 1956. Gorgeous embossed front cover … the rear cover is an advert for the SS America.
Super nice schedule for dated March 29th, 1928. Printed on slick nice paper
Lovely little fold out for the yearly service between Cape May, New Jersey and Lewes, Delaware
Nice flyer for the ancient SS Sabino … built in 1908. No date but I assume in the 1980’s.
Nice little for the 35 mile sightseeing tour of NYC and harbor on “America’s favorite boat ride”
Nice Deck Plan booklet for the twin sister and flagships. Very detailed and in great condition
Excellent heavy tissue Room Plan for the Lurline … she would be just re-entering service after the Great War .. while her sisters sat unused for several years.
Lovely little brochure booklet and rate schedule for the Queen’s 1967 season on the Ohio and Mississippi. Interestingly … the rate schedule contains the deck plan outline. The brochure covers the boat interiors and route stops.
Giant sized fold out brochure and deck plan for the new South Pacific Sisters Mariposa and Monterey. Announcing the new sisters … the interior renderings and artistic profile of the ship are outstanding. Super colorful. there is a little seam separation at the fold lines.
Super giant dp folder for the GWF winter 1936-37 cruise season. Super deck plans on each side for different vessels (Veragua is my favorite). Also include large BW interior and onboard photos. A must have for the American Collector
Lovely booklet printed by APL to highlight their many efforts and contributions to the WW2 efforts. Lists vessels under their ownership that played a part in the services including the President Coolidge and the Ruth Alexander.
One of the very best deck plans ever done for 2 sister ships … are these early all class full isometrics done for AE’s Indy and Connie. super detailed and in full color …. with lovely artwork details and features throughout. One of the best printed materials every designed. A few page bumps but still very desirable.
Very nice First class DP for the lovely America. This plan dates form April 1953 … her larger consort the SSUS had been in service almost a year. Nice colored deck plans and super Interior BW photos inside. A few pen marks on the cover etc.
Nice DP dating from the late 1940’s or early 1950’s. There are some seam seperations and small holes ate the fold points and bumped edges.. but over all a nice plan for her, Priced accordingly
Nice USL ticket envelope …. lovely graphic of the Americas funnels
Super little set of SS America Paper: a used post card, tournament entry form and a cabin class dining ticket
Super brochure for the 4 “stovepipe funnel” Santa M’s: Magdalena, Mariana, Maria and Mercedes. Tanks goodness the funnels were improved a bit later in their life. Nice deck plans and interior renderings.
Beautiful Cabin plans for the mighty American superliner. The full color plans show details right down to furniture placement in the public rooms. Very Nice color interior photos of public rooms and cabin spaces. Excellent condition with a Baltimore Maryland Agency stamp.
Almost perfect Gala Menu for a westbound voyage into NYC. Lovely RWB and gold details and eagle crest on the cover.
A lovely set of items from voyage dated in mid-September 196. The Sets includes: 1 cocktail invite, 1 dining sitting card, 3 daily programs , 6 different menus, an Atlantic Revue program, 2 misc paper stubs and a copy of the Ocean Press ship’s newspaper. These were cherished items from a Miss Elizabeth Bolez who stayed in cabin B147 on this eastbound voyage.
A lovely set of items from voyage 331W dated in October/ November 1966 including: a luggage tag, 1 cocktail invite, 1 complement card, 3 daily programs and 12 different menus. These were cherished items from a Miss Elizabeth Bolez who stayed in cabin M45.
Nice sailing schedule for the SSUS for voyages and cruises from June 1966 to early January 1967. There is a little bit of enthusiastic writing …“ Here I come” on the cover and the September and October voyages circled inside. Good condition.