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Vintage Brochures of the Scandinavian American Line

Vintage Brochure - Skandinavien-Amerika Linien befordrar passagerare (1912)
Skandinavien-Amerika Linien befordran passagerare direkt från Skandinavien till New-York. Denna direkta befordran med bolagets absolut förstklassiga dubbelpropeller-ångare skänker passagerarne oomtvistliga fördelar, att hvarje ytterligare rekommendation torde vara öfverflödig, hvarför också Skandinavien-Amerika I,inien åtnjuter det största förtroende oeh erkännande samt intager i kraft af dessa egenskaper en absolut första rang plats bland de linier, som trafikera oceanen.

Vintage Brochure - Skandinavian America Line - Scandinavia to America 1912
Scandinavian-American Line carriage of passengers directly from Scandinavia to New-York. This direct promotion of the Company's absolutely first-class double propeller steamer brings the passengers indisputable advantages that every additional recommendation would be superfluous, wherefore also Scandinavia-America Linien enjoys the greatest confidence OEH recognition and taketh effect of these properties an absolute first rank among the linier, which operate Ocean. Illustrated with Many Interior Photographs of the Third Class. Translated from the Danish version listed above.

Vintage Brochure - Scandinavian American Line - 1917
1917 Brochure covers History, Fleet, Accommodations (First, Second and Third Class), Connections at Ports, Information on Scandinavia and Offices and Agencies.

Vintage Brochure - Passenger Service To and From Northern Europe - (1920s)
This 16-page brochure from Scandinavian-American Line is devoted to thier cabin service to and from Northern Europe. It contains information for passengers about their fleet and cabin accommodation. Second half of brochure (not uploaded) consists of two pages about the Countries of Norway, Sweden, and Denmark (Scandinavia), and Continental Tours from Copenhagen.

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