Browse The Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives Home Page
 

Cunarder Travel Magazine - Cunard Line

The Cunarder Travel Magazine, July 1921
The Cunarder was a monthly pubication of the Cunard Line that was distributed to passengers of their steamships and ocean liners in their world-wide services including transatlanic voyages. It offered a mixture of travel destinations and lifestyle related articles. Vintage advertisements from that era included in this issue. Featured Articles include: A Motor Trip from London to Bath, By Adelaide Bragg Gillespie; The Golf Courses of Scotland, By John Arnot and The Pine Forests of Switzerland.

The Cunarder Travel Magazine, Christmas Number, December 1921
The Cunarder was a monthly pubication of the Cunard Line that was distributed to passengers of their steamships and ocean liners in their world-wide services including transatlanic voyages. It offered a mixture of travel destinations and lifestyle related articles. Vintage advertisements from that era included in this issue. Fetured Articles include: 'Twas Christmas on the "Aquitania," By Charles Welton; The Playground of Europe, By Dorothy Cocks; The Hawkers and Minstrels of London's Streets, By Phillips Russell; and the wormen's fashion number -- Wraps In Which To Welcome Atlantic Breezes, By Julia Marquis.

The Cunarder Travel Magazine - Special Mediterranean Cruise Issue - November 1922
Volume 3, Number 5, November 1922 issue of the Cunarder, the Special Mediterranean Cruise Issue featured articles including: Highlights Of A Mediterranean Cruise, By Frank A. Owen, Purser Of The "Carmania"; A Modern Traveler in Ancient Palestine, By Gregory Scott; Confessions Of A Ship News Reporter By Charles Welton, P.S.N.R. and a women's fashion article Fashions For The Crisp Brisk Days At Sea, By Ethel Fleming.

The Cunarder Travel Magazine - Special Scandinavian Issue - May 1923
The Cunarder, Volume 4, Number 5, May 1923 was a Special Scandinavian Issue that featured articles included: The Great Fair at Gothenberg this Summer, by Victor O. Freeburg; Scandinavian Art; Good Reasons for Touring Scandinavia; Sweden as the Traveler's Goal, by Olof H. Lamm; and Copenhagen, By Chance--and Choice, by Alice Rostetter.

The Cunarder: Special Scotch and English Number - September 1923
The September 1923 Issue of the Cunarder, the Special Scotch and English Number featured articles included: "So This Is London!" by A Recently Returned New Yorker, with Cartoons by Herman Roeg; Scott's Country, by Roland Gorbold, F.R.G.S., F.R P.S.; Cambridge in Sunlight and Shadow, by Bertram Cox, F.R.P.S.; and Mellow Old Cambridge, by Evelyn P. Curtis.

The Cunarder, Christmas - Winter Issue, December 1923
The December 1923 Christmas - Winter Issue of the Cunarder Magazine featured articles included: Christmas in the Desert, by Donald Townsend; Christmas in Two Lovely Far-Away Lands; Staunch Little Sailors on the Cunard Fleet, by Ethel Fleming; and Do Your Christmas Planning Early, by Martha Meadows. Women's fashion of the day was illustrated by On the Crest of the Wave of Fashion number.

The Cunarder, Prague - The City of Legends - February 1924
The February 1924 issue of The Cunarder Magazine featured articles included: Prague - The City of Legends, by Dr. Borivoj Prusik; Where East Meets West in Europe, by Stan. V. Klima; Some Notes of the Czechoslovok Arts, by Aleã Broz; and Is It Not Again "Eastward Ho?" by Harrison Rhodes, Illustrations by Gordon Ross. The women's Fashion piece was represented by On the Crest of the Wave of Fashion.

The Cunarder, Budapest Hungary Issue, March 1924
The March 1924 issue of The Cunarder featured a number of articles on Budapest Hungary including: Budapest - The World's Playground, by Zs. de Harsanyi; The "Balaton" - Two Hours from Budapest, by Gisela Hasai; Motoring Through Picturesque Hungary, by Bela Green; and The Wonders of the Puszta, by Prof. E. Cholnoky. On the Crest of the Wave of Fashion featured women's fashion on board the steamships.

The Cunarder, Mediterranean Special Issue, July 1924
The July 1924 issue of The Cunarder was a Mediterranean Special Issue featured articles including: A Holiday on the Mediterranean, by A.E. Burroughs; A Mediterranean Holiday on the Scythia, Photographs by Ferd. A. Unger; Seeing Europe Informally on $20 a Week, by Randolph W. Sexton and Seeing Switzerland in Two Weeks, by Marie Widmer.

The Cunarder: Special West Indies Number, November 1924
The November 1924 issue of The Cunarder, a Special West Indies Number, featured articles included: Highlights of a West Indies Cruise, by T.R. West; Havana, Capital of the Land of Romance, by Jane Rossa; Bermuda, "The Little Fairy Isle," by A.S. Bell and Jamaica, Land of Springs and Streams, by P.A.Orwell.

The Cunarder, England, Wales and The British Countryside, February 1925
The February 1925 issue of The Cunarder -- the England, Wales and The British Countryside Special articles included: Do This When You're in England, by Clara E. Laughlin; "The Fourty-Ninth State," by Roland Gorbold, F.R.G.S., F.R.P.S.; Rural Wales Has a Charm All Its Own - Photos by J. Derham; American Shrines in England, by Adelaide B. Gillespie; London Days, by Rose E. Bailey and What the Tuscania Cruisers Will See, by P.W. Whatmough. Women's Fashions piece On the Crest of the Wave of Fashion reappeared with this issue.

The Cunarder: Special Wembley Number, June 1925
The June 1925 issue of The Cunarder: Special Wembley Number, Vol. 8 No. 6 articles included: Speeding Up at the Exhigition, by Sir Travers Clarke; Wonders Old and New at Wembley, by J.S. Crawford; Going 'Round the World at Wembley, by Arthur B. Lewis; The Charm of Athelhampton Hall, by Margaret Muir - Illustrations by Herbert S. Kates; and Motoring in England, by Clara E. Laughlin. On the Crest of the Wave of Fashion presents the latest in Onboard Fashions for Women.

The Cunarder: A Travel Magazine - September 1926
Delightful Cunard Travel Magazine offers photographs and articles on destinations, fashions, and who's who on the Cunarders. This issue featured articles included: THE SAVING SENSE, by M. E. Nichols; CHARMING DALECARLIA, by Gregory Scott; ONE OF THE STONE DWELLINGS OF PANCORBO, by Herbert S. Kates; GENEVA, THE CITY OF ENCHANTMENT, by Barbara Scott; "CHEERFUL, MERRY, DR. BRIGHTON" by Patrick French; and SHOPPING THROUGH FRANCE, BELGIUM AND ENGLAND, by Gwendoline Keene.

The Cunarder: A Travel Magazine - February 1927
The February 1927 issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: The Call of the Riviera—By Estelle H. Ries; Palermo, Where All is Picturesque—By Ellen H. Ried; Algiers—By Wm. K. Boland and Traveling in Winter—By Helen Nicholson. Front cover featured Algiers in 1572 from Contemporary Map by Braun-Hohenber.

The Cunarder: A Travel Magazine of the Cunard Line, April 1927
Volume 11, No. 4, the April 1927 issue of The Cunarder featured articles include: Let's Go! By Frank L. Cox; The Bizarre Tower By R. E. Bailey; The High, Wide and Handsome Transylvania By Christopher Morley; Fly! By David Graham; Skansen, The Open-Air Museum By Dr. K. G. Bosander; The Scheherzade of Cities By Eva Gorn; and The Pageant of Palestine By Anna Sirkin.

The Cunarder - A Travel Magazine, Scandianavian Issue, May 1930
The May 1930 Scandianavian Issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: Sweden's Modern Arts and Crafts, by Janet Stewart; Finland, by Robert Porter; How One Fares in Stockholm, by Naboth Herdin; A Summer Paradise, by Colonel A. Heinicke; and Suited to Travel, by Ruth Seder featured women's fashions on board steamships of the day.

The Cunarder, A Travel Magazine by the Cunard Line, Far East Issue August 1930
The August 1930 Far East Issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: Pekin By Sydney Greenbie; The Happy Island Japan and the Japanese By Reneé Browne; Something Rich and Strange -- The City of Bangkok By Ethel Fleming; Soft Life in Shanghai -- Living Well on Little In China By Anne Donnelly; Aloha from Hawaii By Betty Bacon; and The World of Diversion By Betty Shannon. Fill-Ins for the Traveler, Women's Fashions on board ship By Ruth Seder was also included.

The Cunarder - A Travel Magazine, November 1931
The November 1931 issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: Five Ways to See Havana By Vincent Engels; Cartagena Recalls Medieval Spain By Elaine Bickerstaffe; I Know A Place By Robin Douglas; Bermuda's Immortal Lovers By John MacIntyre; and Rolling On Past Rio -- For Mardi Gras By Lois Duncan Foley. Women's Fashion Article Hand Knitted Tweeds For Travelers By Ruth Seder.

The Cunarder: A Modern Travel Magazine, May 1933
The May 1933 issue of The Cunarder Magazine featured articles included: The Swedes Love Superfluity By Susan Smith; Exotic Journey By Charles T. Trego; Don't Miss These! By R. Coldwell; A New Paradise in the Balearics By Virginia Van Paterson; and Knitting: The New Deck Sport By Ruth Seder.

Cunarder: A Modern Travel Magazine, September 1933
The September 1933 issue of The Cunarder featured articles included: Curacao Curiosa Papiamentoe ... Perfume ... Pearls By Albert K. Dawson; Bring on the 'Heuriger' By Sophie Wilds; Javanese Diary By Charles T. Trego; and Luxury for a Song ... In Anacapri By Carol Coombs Heyl. Passports to Elegance the Women's Fashion Piece by Cunard Line featured two evening ensembles from Bergdoff Goodman.

Return to Top of Page

Gjenvick-Gjønvik Archives

Search The Archives

Google Custom Search

Press Releases

  • Advertise with us. View our media kit for more information and rates.
  • Visit our Facebook Page for the Latest News About the Activities of the Archives.
Find Me On DoubleClick Ad Planner