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The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie

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The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French ...

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French ...

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normand… | Steamship Normandie of 1935, flagship of CGT (The French Line) (Private Collection) ...

The First Class Grand Hall of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The Tourist Class Fumoir (Smoking Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The Entrance Hall to the First Class Salle a Manger (Dining Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, ...

A First Class Cabin with Terrace of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

The Guignol of the First Class Salle des Jeux des Enfants (Children's Playroom) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale ...

The Tourist Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The First Class Grand Hall of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

The colossal, “almost Imperial Roman” First Class Salle a Manger (Dining Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale ...

First-Class Dining Hall on the SS Normandie, 1930's / The room could seat

Elegant staircases, flanking a heroic depiction of a Norman crusader, grace the First Class public spaces of the Normandie, flagship of CGT/The French Line.

The upper decks, funnels commanding, of the Ile de France, flagship of the

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The First Class Fumoir (Smoking Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

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SS Normandie

03 Jun 1935 French liner Normandie sets transatlantic record, crossing in 1,077

A First Class Exterior Cabin for Two on the Liberté, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

Class Grill Room, RMS Aquitania Image source here .

S.S. Normandie Stateroom 529 Cabin Class, ca. 1935

Installation of the Mississippi River mural in Cabin lounge with indirect lighting.

S.S. "Normandie", Tourist Class. Ss Normandie, Normandy, Cruise Ships,

An original, dated advertisement for French Line Title: Dependable Speed Ad features the NORMANDIE Source: April 1937 Country Life magazine

Corridor to the First Class Grill Room on the 'Aquitania' - National Maritime Museum

First Class dining room, SS Normandie (1935) illuminated by twelve tall pillars of Lalique glass, and 38 columns lit from within

The First Class Chapelle of the Ile de France, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

Flirty Thirties: Sumptuous Interiors of the SS Normandie On Display in New York

Le paquebot France, quai de l oubli , Le Havre Normandie

'SS 'Normandie', New York City', taken by Robert A Smith

First Class Stateroom RMS Queen of Bermuda

The First Class Salon de Musique of the Liberté, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

The First Class Appartement de Luxe Algerie of the Liberté, flagship Compagnie Générale Transatlantique/

There are over 2000 miles of navigable canals in the UK.

A First Class Interior Cabin for Two on the Liberté, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

The First Class Lounge on The Saturnia. From an ad.

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The First Class Fumoir (Smoking Room) of the Liberté, flagship of The French

SS Normandie laid up at New York harbor French Line pier 88 on Maiden voyage on and on capsized after a fire. Its Art Deco interiors were legendary.

Category:Interiors of the Aquitania (ship, 1914) - Wikimedia Commons

ss NORMANDIE 1935-1942 I Ss Normandie, Le Havre, Vintage Travel Posters,

Quai de New York

Ile de France - The Steamship Historical Society of America

The First Class Hall d'Embarquement (Embarkation Hall) of the Liberté, flagship

Artist rendering for the Grand Salon of the SS Normandie

Normandie, Winter Garden, Cabin Class, ca.

The first class dining saloon on the RMS Teutonic During the Great War the ship served as a transport. Later in 1921 she was scrapped.

RMS Queen Mary - Suite Sitting Room

The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the Liberté, flagship of the Compagnie

A First Class Interior Cabin for One on the Liberté, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

The First Class Petit Salon of the Ile de France, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

RMS Majestic, Palm Court

SS Normandie - 1935 - First Class Smoking Room

[S.S. "Normandie", Stateroom #607, Cabin Class.] Ss Normandie

SS Normandie was a French Ocean going liner launched in 1935 - Stock Image

Stunning colour photograph of the First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the Liberté,

The Resolute Ss Normandie, Normandy, Lobbies, Deco Interiors, Steamers, Cruise Ships

Ship Normandie leaving Le Havre to Southampton and New York on May 29 1935 - Stock

A quietly elegant study of the fabled France, 1962 flagship of The French Line.

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View of the French luxury ocean liner SS Normandie as it lies on its side and

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SS Normandie, French transatlantic cruise liner with Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (CGT), view

The 1st class drawing room- located across the main hall from the library. Originally designed as a "retiring" room for women passengers(while men used the ...

Cabin lounge chair.

YellowKorner recommends a Photograph by PHOTOGRAPHE ANONYME entitled Le Paquebot francais Le Normandie. Discover our Photograph in various dimensions with a ...

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704 X 63 ft; 17272 GRT; 19kn; 410 1st, 300 2nd, 1000 steerage passengers; One of the famed "Big Four" and White Star's largest ship until 1901 & 1st liner ...

The death of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Retour des Cendres: French and British perspectives

1930s FROM NJ FIVE CRUISE SHIPS IN PORT THE ROMA QUEEN MARY NORMANDIE ILE DE FRANCE

The furniture in the Normandie's first-class dining room had fluted details and gilding on

Roman Catholic Sister with Luggage Waiting to Board SS Normandie While Ship is Being Inspected due

Canadian Lady Boats

the American Government Steamship "President Roosevelt"

Chairs from the SS Normandie's first class dining room are on exhibit at the South Street

A child's chair from the SS Normandie is on exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum

They were fast, safe, and reliable, docking at Bookers #1 wharf in Georgetown on Friday, and leaving on a Saturday, every fortnight.

Opening of Town Cut

Steamboat Robert E. Lee by August Norieri

A. Lafitte

Gouverneur Général Lépine Liner (1923), Serrière depot. © A. Lafitte

Belle Époque and Cie. Gle. Transatlantique. LA NORMANDIE First Class ...

"Queen of Bermuda "Cruise ship

A. Lafitte

HMS Hotspur at Bermuda 1901

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A quartette of famous north-shore resorts is brought within pleasant reach by the Canadian Government Steamship Champlain. There is a hotel here where ...

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A view of the luxurious and spacious Smoking Room on the French Liner SS Normandie Date

1930's French Railwáys Vintage Poster Normandie Bretagne Excursion Chemins de fer de l'ouest Brittany

Lady Rodney in Bermuda

A chair from the SS Normandie is on exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum along

Monarch of Bermuda in Hamilton

transport / transportation, navigation, ship, 'Normandie', promenade deck, August

Chapelle Ste. Catherine

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French ...

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French ...

The First Class Roman Catholic Chapelle of the steamship Normand… | Steamship Normandie of 1935, flagship of CGT (The French Line) (Private Collection) ...

The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The First Class Grand Hall of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

The First Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The Entrance Hall to the First Class Salle a Manger (Dining Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, ...

The Tourist Class Fumoir (Smoking Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

A First Class Cabin with Terrace of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale

The First Class Fumoir (Smoking Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The Guignol of the First Class Salle des Jeux des Enfants (Children's Playroom) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale ...

The upper decks, funnels commanding, of the Ile de France, flagship of the

The Tourist Class Grand Salon (Lounge) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the

The colossal, “almost Imperial Roman” First Class Salle a Manger (Dining Room) of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale ...

SS Normandie

The First Class Grand Hall of the steamship Normandie, flagship of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique

SS Normandie, French transatlantic cruise liner with Compagnie Generale Transatlantique (CGT), view

'SS 'Normandie', New York City', taken by Robert A Smith

An original, dated advertisement for French Line Title: Dependable Speed Ad features the NORMANDIE Source: April 1937 Country Life magazine

S.S. Normandie Stateroom 529 Cabin Class, ca. 1935

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First Class dining room, SS Normandie (1935) illuminated by twelve tall pillars of Lalique glass, and 38 columns lit from within

Ile de France - The Steamship Historical Society of America

SS Normandie was a French Ocean going liner launched in 1935 - Stock Image

The First Class Lounge on The Saturnia. From an ad.

Ship Normandie leaving Le Havre to Southampton and New York on May 29 1935 - Stock

Ss Normandie, Merchant Navy, Steamers, Sailors, Normandy, Vintage Travel, Yachts

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Roman Catholic Sister with Luggage Waiting to Board SS Normandie While Ship is Being Inspected due

To the far west the Allan liner that passed by an hour before is mingling its smoke and vapor with that of the barge, and building strange and fantastic ...

1930s FROM NJ FIVE CRUISE SHIPS IN PORT THE ROMA QUEEN MARY NORMANDIE ILE DE FRANCE

The death of Napoleon Bonaparte and the Retour des Cendres: French and British perspectives

the American Government Steamship "President Roosevelt"

THE EAGLE TOWER, CARNARVON CASTLE.

Time and again during the early months of war the plotters in Berlin had attempted her destruction, and every time she had slipped away—until the last, ...

Reading the names, research wishes tickled, so googling ... January 4th 1890 LA CHAMPAGNE

The furniture in the Normandie's first-class dining room had fluted details and gilding on

"Queen of Bermuda "Cruise ship

Steamboat Robert E. Lee by August Norieri

A quartette of famous north-shore resorts is brought within pleasant reach by the Canadian Government Steamship Champlain. There is a hotel here where ...

A view of the luxurious and spacious Smoking Room on the French Liner SS Normandie Date

GORDON HOME

SS Douglas (1864)

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The Project Gutenberg eBook of Mediæval London,Vol.II by Sir Walter Besant.

A chair from the SS Normandie is on exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum along

Lady Rodney in Bermuda

transport / transportation, navigation, ship, 'Normandie', promenade deck, August

OCEAN TRANSPORTATION—ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIP OCEANIC, WHITE STAR LINE

Chapelle Ste. Catherine

Monarch of Bermuda in Hamilton

HOLYHEAD.

Gouverneur Général Lépine Liner (1923), Serrière depot. © A. Lafitte

A. Lafitte

[Illustration: Flight from a Torpedoed Ocean Liner]

A. Lafitte

Normandy landings

Opening of Town Cut

Tadousac, the Harbor

ENLARGE TO FULL SIZE

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I doubt whether the naval officers and men of the present day would be satisfied with a similar amount of pay. Certainly the mariners of ...

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Chairs from the SS Normandie's first class dining room are on exhibit at the South Street

USS Normandy

Belle Époque and Cie. Gle. Transatlantique

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From a sketch in the Paris Archives.

They were fast, safe, and reliable, docking at Bookers #1 wharf in Georgetown on Friday, and leaving on a Saturday, every fortnight.

The Norman Conquest September 28 – October 14, 1066

A child's chair from the SS Normandie is on exhibit at the South Street Seaport Museum

USS Leonard Wood (APA-12) was a Harris-class attack transport that served with the US Navy during World War II.

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The Combat

William Haggerty, Steamer 'Rapids King', circa 1901, photo reproduced from the following book: Greenhill, Ralph, 1924-, Andrew Birrell, Canadian photography ...

The Project Gutenberg eBook of Canada: the Empire of the North, by Agnes C. Laut

... keenly felt the problems of communication over distance when his wife took ill and died while he was away from home.

A. Lafitte. FL015145. Normandie Liner (1935). © Créapolis

John Jacob Astor VI and wife Ellen Tuck French aboard the SS Normandie, 1937.

Bateaux Mouche River Trip

Knock ...

Windows of upper chapel of Sainte-Chapelle (1238–48)

The tour starts in the formal gardens of the Palace of Versailles and moves on to the Château of Chantilly. In Paris Montmartre presents a simpler ...

Plan for the Circus Maximus

... his house, higher up this article, but in the colour plate from the same work, and in an image from the Illustrated London News of thirty years later.

Airbus A380 transporter ship Ville de Bordeaux

1930's French Railwáys Vintage Poster Normandie Bretagne Excursion Chemins de fer de l'ouest Brittany

USS Joseph T. Dickman, a 21,900-ton attack transport, was built at Camden, New Jersey, as the civilian passenger ship Peninsula State.