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1932 Press Photo New French Liner Champlain on Maiden Voyage to New York

AdID: 3571881

Availability: In stock

Part Number: spx15965

Height: 4.75

Width: 8.75

Source: Spokane Spokesman-Review


This is an original press photo. New French Liner on Maiden Voyage to New York: Cutting the water at 21 knots an hour, the new French liner Champlain, largest and fastest cabin ship ever built, is shown above as she appeared when she cleared the harbor at Le Havre, France, Jun 18 for her maiden voyage to New York. A gala reception awaits her when she enters New York harbor on June 25. The Champlain is a 30,000 ton oil burner, with accommodations for 1,053 passengers and a crew of 575, and is described as the most luxurious cabin ship afloat.Photo measures 8.75 x 4.75inches. Photo is dated 06-21-1932.


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Date of Creation 1932
Size Medium (Up to 10)
Photo Dimensions (in.) 8.75 x 4.75
SKU spx15965