|Title||Ad, magazine: Hamburg-America Line. Direct Service of German Mail and Fast Steamships. 1904 or 1905.|
|Object Name||Ad, Magazine|
|Collection||Hamburg-American Line Collection|
|Scope & Content||
Magazine advertisement: Hamburg-America Line. Direct Service of German Mail and Fast Steamships. 1904 or 1905.
Single leaf removed from unknown publication, 6-1/2" x 8-3/4" high. Paper: overall or sheet watermark - single-headed eagle. All text is in English.
Inkstamped date on page: Apr 8 1905. Text in unrelated ad on reverse refers to 1904 event. Source stated publisher was Verlag von Georg Stilke [Berlin] and gave date as 1904. (The inkstamp suggests that this leaf was a "tear sheet" for proof of publication issued the publisher.)
Hoboken is not mentioned in any text in the ad, but it was the American home port for this line and and any listing for New York means Hoboken. Ad has a list of its major routes and types of voyages offered. Text is in notes.
Direct Service of German Mail and Fast Steamships
[black-and-white engraved cut of a four-stack ocean liner]
New York-East Asia
New York-West Indies
New Fork-Central America
Voyages round the world
further by the steamships of the German East Africa Line: Hamburg-East and South Africa and conjointly with the Hamburg South American Steamship Co. to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay.
Hamburg-New York, Fast Steamship Service.
Further details to be had from
The Hamburg-America Line, Passenger Department, Hamburg,
as well as from its agents.
|Year Range from||1904|
|Year Range to||1905|
|Caption||Hamburg-America Line advertisement|
Business & Commerce