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2012/67/1-22 Travel pamphlet, 'To England via Panama or South Africa', 'Shaw Saville Line SS Northern Star SS Southern Cross', part of collection accumulated during the life of Jack Grierson (1920-2010), paper, unknown maker, unknown place of manufacture, c.1930-1970. Click to enlarge.

Travel pamphlet for Shaw Saville Line

Made
  • c.1930-1970
Travel pamphlet formed as a long page of paper that has been folded multiple times. The front is printed in black and blue with a black and white photograph of a ship and a map of the world showing the ship routes. On the reverse is the title "It's a real holiday at sea in the one class British Liners Souther Cross and Northern Star". Following this are text and photographs about ship board life.

Summary

Object No.

2012/67/1-22

Object Statement

Travel pamphlet, 'To England via Panama or South Africa', 'Shaw Saville Line SS Northern Star SS Southern Cross', part of collection accumulated during the life of Jack Grierson (1920-2010), paper, unknown maker, unknown place of manufacture, c.1930-1970

Physical Description

Travel pamphlet formed as a long page of paper that has been folded multiple times. The front is printed in black and blue with a black and white photograph of a ship and a map of the world showing the ship routes. On the reverse is the title "It's a real holiday at sea in the one class British Liners Souther Cross and Northern Star". Following this are text and photographs about ship board life.

Marks

No marks

Dimensions

Height

530 mm

Width

220 mm

Production

Made

  • c.1930-1970

History

Owned

Cite this Object

Harvard

Travel pamphlet for Shaw Saville Line 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 29 November 2022, <https://ma.as/497155>

Wikipedia

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