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Vintage Luncheon Menus
Luncheon Bill of Fare from the United American Lines (Harriman Line)
Luncheon Menu, United American Lines S.S. Resolute - 1925 1925-05-20 Luncheon Menu - S.S. Resolute

Luncheon Menu, United American Lines (Harriman Line), S.S. Resolute, 1925 for Cabin passengers included both hot and cold selections. Menu printed in English and German. Featured Boiled Brisket of Beef, Vienna Veal Steak and the perennial favorite Frankfurters with Sauerkraut.

Other Documents of the Archives

  • United American Lines Passenger Lists
  • The Resolute and Reliance (1922)
    RESOLUTE and Reliance will be the new names of the two 20,000 ton passenger ships recently purchased by the American Ship & Commerce Corporation from the Royal Holland Lloyd.
  • Resolute and Reliance to be Remodeled (1922)
    The United American Lines slate in connection with the passenger service to be established with their new steamers Resolute and Reliance, that the second and third class quarters on these ships will be extensively remodeled, prior to the initial sailing in April. An unsurpassed accommodation in these classes is the aim of the Line. The remodeling work has already begun on the Resolute, recently delivered at Hamburg, and will be undertaken on the Reliance when she is turned over to her new owners about March 1.
  • "Resolute” and “Reliance”: Two Recent Additions to the United American Lines Fleet (1922)
    By the time the spring rush of travel to Europe begins, two fine new liners will be flying the American flag in the North Atlantic, viz., the steamers Resolute and Reliance, recently added to the fleet of the United American Lines, to be operated by them in fort-nightly service between New York and Hamburg, with calls at English and French Channel ports. Ilustrated.
  • U. A. Lines Two Years Old (1922)
    In the spring of this year, the United American Lines began a service for first, second and third class passengers between New York and Hamburg with calls at the channel ports with the fine steamers Resolute and Reliance purchased from the Royal Holland Lloyd Line. The company is today operating 32 vessels of approximately 250,000 gross tons and is one of the largest operating units of privately owned tonnage under the American flag.
  • 1922-09-05 List of First and Second Class (Cabin) Passengers, T.S.S. Resolute, Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg
  • 1922-11-15 List of First and Second Class (Cabin) Passengers, T.S.S. Reliance, Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg
  • 1923-07-10 List of First and Second Class (Cabin) Passengers, T.S.S. Reliance, Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg
  • 1923-07-24 List of First and Second Class (Cabin) Passengers, T.S.S. Resolute, Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg, Captain: Commodore D. Malman
  • 1924-02-23 Postcard announcing that our Mediterranean Cruise on the S.S. Reliance arrived at Algiers Saturday morning.
  • 1924-03-03 Postcard announcing that our Mediterranean Cruise on the S.S. Reliance arrived at Tunis Sunday evening.
  • 1924-03-10 Postcard announcing that our Mediterranean Cruise on the S.S. Reliance arrived at Constantinople Friday evening.
  • 1925-09-08 List of Cabin Passengers, T.S.S. Resolute, Hamburg to New York via Southampton and Cherbourg. 40 Crew members were also listed.
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