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S.S. Homeric
Home Lines' HOMERIC a)MARIPOSA leaving New York. Vessel built at Quincy, Mass. in 1931 for service to the South Pacific for the Oceanic Steamship Co. Sold to Home Lines in the 1950s. After a reconditioning and renaming she did transatlantic and cruising.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Homeric
Home Lines' HOMERIC a) MARIPOSA, built at Quincy, MA in 1931 for Matson's Oceanic Steamship Co. Home Lines later ran her transatlantic and on cruises.
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Braun Brothers
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S.S. Franconia
Cunard Liner
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York assisted by a Moran tug. Built in 1962, the 1,035 foot FRANCE was the world's longest liner in her time, and was second only to UNITED STATES for speed. She became the Caribbean cruise ship b) NORWAY.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York assisted by Moran tugs. Built in 1962, the 1,035 foot FRANCE was the world's longest liner in her time, and was second only to UNITED STATES for speed. She became the Caribbean cruise ship b)NORWAY.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
Forward funnel of French Line's FRANCE at New York.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
Mast of French Line's FRANCE at New York.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE, bow view at New York. Lines for lifeboats are hanging over the side. FRANCE was the world's longest liner in her time and second only to the UNITED STATES in speed. She operated for the French Line from 1962 to 1974.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
Boat deck scene on French Line's FRANCE at New York.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
Forward stack of French Line's FRANCE at New York. Vessel built at St Nazaire, France in 1962.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE at New York, surrounded by floating ice. Built in 1962, this liner served until 1974, when she was retired due to loss of business to the airlines. Rebuilt as a cruise ship, she returned to service in 1980 as NORWAY.
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Edward O. Clark
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S.S. France
French Line's FRANCE sailing from New York with assistance from tug EUGENIA MORAN.
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Edward O. Clark
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