Leviathan: "The World's Greatest Ship" Volume 3
United States Lines: "LEVIATHAN: The World's Greatest Ship, Volume 3", by Frank Braynard, published in 1976, hardbound with original dust jacket, 400 pages.
Braynard has created what is probably the most extensive history ever written about a single ship. His ground-breaking series covers 6 volumes.
This book is volume 3 and picks up the LEVIATHAN saga as the ship begins transatlantic service for the United States Lines in 1923 and continues through 1926.
Braynard tells the story of life aboard, prominent passengers, and her problems as a government owned ship. There are hundreds of great photos which makes for wonderful browsing and reading.
Library of Congress Catalog Listing
- Braynard, Frank O. (Frank Osborn), 1916-2007.
- "World's greatest ship"; the story of the Leviathan, by Frank O. Braynard.
- [New York, South Street Seaport Museum, 1972-1983]
- 6 v. illus. (some col.) 29 cm.
- VM383.L3 B7
- Leviathan (Steamship)
Browse by shelf order
- On cover: Leviathan.
- Vol. 4 has imprint: Newport News, Va. : Mariners Museum, 
- Vol. 5 has imprint: [Sea Cliff, N.Y.] : F.O. Braynard, 
- Vol. 6 has imprint: [Kings Point, N.Y. : American Merchant Marine Museum, U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, 1983]
- Some ill. on lining papers.
- Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
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