|Title||Brochure: "Ahoy". Tourist Class. Holland-America Line. New York, Jan. 1, 1933.|
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|Collection||Holland-America Line Memorabilia Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Brochure: "Ahoy". Tourist Class. Holland-America Line. New York, January 1, 1933.
Printed booklet, 7-1/4" wide x 10-1/2" high,  pp. plus covers. Photo illustrated. PDF on file.
Promoting the ocean liner S.S. Statendam as well as Tourist Class which replaced Second Class on its passenger ships. Most views are of the Statendam with two from the Rotterdam and two from the Volendam or Veendam.
Dated on page  which also notes that the New York office of the company, 24 State St., would be at 29 Broadway after April 1, 1933. Note that its name, Holland America, is hypenated in this publication.
Hoboken was the American home port for this line which used the Fifth Street Pier.
ocean / liners / vessels / travel
|Year Range from||1933|
|Year Range to||1933|
Holland America Line
|Caption||front cover (back cover blank)|
Business & Commerce