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Eight Menus from the S.S. Virginia of the Panama Pacific Line for June 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, 15, 16, 18, 1936, each with a printed photographic image on the front cover.

Panama Pacific Line 1936 Eight illustr including 1 duplicate: Yosemite Falls, California; Mission Bells of the Arts and Crafts Bldg., San Diego; Yosemite Valley "Three Brothers"; A Tropical Sunset, Panama; Ruins of Old Panama; Pedro Miguel Locks, Panama Canal (duplicate); Morro Castle, Havana; 9 x 6, printed on heavy cream colored paper, 4 pp including covers. Scattered light spotting, soiling and creasing, last three menus (15th, 16th, 18th) have more spotting, esp the 18th which is the Morro Castle. Comes with a slightly fraying cord that holds all the menus in a group. Attractive. The Panama Pacific Line started up in 1928 as an intercoastal service that offered its passengers the opportunity to have their vehicles on board so they could use them at various ports of call. The Panama Pacific Line ceased operation in 1938 and its ships were sold for use on South American routes. Sold as a lot.


Book Id: 97-9046

Price: $195.00

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