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Voyages en Algerie et Tunisie Europe to America by United States Line Marseille Porte de L’Afrique du Nord Statendam Holland America Line
Transatlantique French Line The Western Highlands of Scotland Cunard White Star New York City LMS Express & Cunard Liner
Mittelmeer Fahrten En Mediterranee Par les Messageries Mar Les Messageries Maritimes Tour de Monde Normandie by AM Cassandre
Cunard Line, Pink Skies Pan Am Hawaii by Flying Clipper Cunard Europe America Cunard Line-Fastest Ocean Service
Canadian Pacific, Empress of France Hamburg America Line SS Imperator 100 Jahre Bremerhaven Sommer 1927 Holland American Line Rotterdam NY
Hamburg Amerika Line Nach Sudamerika Largest & Fastest to the Orient Cunard White Star Queen Mary Evian Les Bains 1906 Automobile Yachts
Fingal’s Cave Staffa British Railroad St Malo en Bretagne Marseille Broders 1922 Red Star Line Antwerpen
Cie Gle Transatlantique French Line French Line Paquebot Normandie Bremen - New York Norddeutscher Lloyd New York via Le Havre Southampton
Cie Gle Transatlantique French Line Aviation Pouchoir Cunard Romance of the New World The Broads Quicker by Rail
To America by United States Lines Europe America United States Lines No Finer Way United States Lines America Welcomes You United States Lines
French Line Normandie Southampton NYC A British Liner Fabre Lines Mediterranean Holland American Line Rotterdam
Furness Cruise Ship Line Motor Boating Magazine (February 1937) The Household Magazine (November 1933)
New Yorker (September 5, 1931) Motor Boating Magazine (December 1937) Boston, Massachusetts Travel pamphlet Motor Boating Magazine (July1934)
Motor Boating Magazine (October 1934) Travel Magazine (April 1931) Shadowland (July) Motor Boating Magazine (August 1936)
Ocean liner cutaway for Vanity Fair L’Illustration Normandie Motor Boating Magazine (April 1950) Sunset Magazine (August 1934)