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BUTLER, Daniel Allen. The Age of Cunard : A Transatlantic History, 1839-2003. (Annapolis, MD): Lighthouse Press, (2003). Pp.. -467,(1). Illustrated. Large 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to spine. "In 1840 Samuel Cunard, a Halifax, Nova Scotia businessman, took possession of a quartet of small paddlewheel steamers and formed the company which would become known as the Cunard Line, the first -- and ultimately last -- great transatlantic passenger service. In the more tha 160 years that followed, the Line came to embrace and embody the glamour and the glory of the North Atlantic run, withits luxurious ships, its Blue Ribband speed records, and its glittering pa ssenger lists." - from the dj. Vg in vg dj. Signed (without inscription) bythe author on the title page. 60.00
Title: Age of Cunard : A Transatlantic History, 1839-2003. signed in dj.
Publisher: Lighthouse Press, Annapolis, MD, 2003, ISBN:1577853482:
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