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S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
Holland America Line's NIEUW AMSTERDAM at New York. Built just prior to WWII, the "Darling of the Dutch" served as a troop transport before returning to a long and successful career as a luxury liner.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
Stacks of NIEUW AMSTERDAM from the wing of her bridge. The Holland America Liner is shown at New York
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam
Holland America Line's NIEUW AMSTERDAM leaving New York.
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Edward O. Clark
nieuw amsterdam, holland america, ocean liner, passenger ship
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08 November 1961
S.S. Liberte
French Line's LIBERTE a)EUROPA off Pier 88 in New York City being assisted by Moran tugs.
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Braun Brothers
Liberte, New York, Moran Towing
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S.S. Franconia
Cunard Liner FRANCONIA
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Edward O. Clark
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08 June 1962
S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE off her pier at New York. Vessel built at St. Nazaire, France in 1962. Second only to the UNITED STATES in speed and the longest liner of her time, she ran on the Atlantic until 1974. Later converted to the cruise ship NORWAY.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. France, France
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S.S. France
Bow of French Line's FRANCE at New York in winter ice.
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Edward O. Clark
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13 January 1968
S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE at Pier 88n North River, New York in winter. Built at St. Nazaire, France in 1962, FRANCE ran on the Atlantic until 1974. She was later converted to the cruise ship NORWAY for work in the Caribbean.
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Braun Brothers
S.S. France, France
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April 1963
S.S. Carinthia
Cunard Line's CARINTHIA b)FAIRLAND c)FAIRSEA at New York. One of four sisters built for service to Canada, which served New York in winter. Vessel built by John Brown & Sons at Clydebank, Scotland in 1956.
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Braun Brothers
Cunard Line, passenger liner
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S.S. Bremen
North German Lloyd's BREMEN a) PASTEUR at New York. Vessel built at St. Nazaire, France in 1939.
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Edward O. Clark
bremen, ocean liner, north german lloyd, NGL, pasteur
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R.M.S. Queen Mary & Queen Elizabeth
Fastest Ocean Service in the World; NY Skyline
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Chase Posters
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1936
R.M.S. Queen Mary
The Cunard Line's R.M.S. QUEEN MARY, built at Clydebank, Scotland in 1936 and operated on the Atlantic until 1967.
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Braun Brothers
R.M.S. Queen Mary, Queen Mary, Cunard Line
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