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Images of Accommodations on Board the Steamships of the Cunard Line

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Second Cabin and Third Class accommodations, occupied by tourists and immigrants alike are typical of what the passengers found circa 1900 on board the steamships of the Cunard Line.

Typical Accommodations On Board the Cunard Steamers
Second Cabin Dining Saloon. Campania and Lucania. Second Cabin State Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second Cabin Dining Saloon. Campania and Lucania. Second Cabin State Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second Cabin Ladies' Room:	Campania and Lucania. Third-Class Two Berth Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second Cabin Ladies' Room: Campania and Lucania. Third-Class Two Berth Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second Cabin Smoke Room: Campania and Lucania. Third-Class Four-Berth Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second Cabin Smoke Room: Campania and Lucania. Third-Class Four-Berth Room: Campania and Lucania.
Second-Class Dining Saloon : Umbria and Etruria. Second Cabin Two-Berth Room : Ivernia and Saxonia.
Second-Class Dining Saloon : Umbria and Etruria. Second Cabin Two-Berth Room : Ivernia and Saxonia.
Second Cabin Smoke Room : Umbria and Etruria. Third-Class Smoke Room: Ivernia and Saxonia.
Second Cabin Smoke Room : Umbria and Etruria. Third-Class Smoke Room: Ivernia and Saxonia.
Second Cabin Four-Berth Room: Umbria and Etruria. Third-Class Dining Room on the Ultonia.
Second Cabin Four-Berth Room: Umbria and Etruria. Third-Class Dining Room on the Ultonia.

 

1902 Brochure of the Cunard Steamship Company

  • Date of Publication: December 1902
  • Published by: Cunard Steamship Company, Limited - A Reprint of an article apearing in the magazine Business Illustrated.
  • Number of Pages (with Text or Images): 33
  • Number of Photographs: 13
  • Number of Illustrations or Drawings: 26
  • Number of Diagrams: 1

The Story of the Cunard Line : Steamship Line History (1902)

 

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