National Geographic : 1936 Mar
America recognizes Value...makes WASHINGTON and MANHATTAN the popular ships to Europe! N EARLY 100,000 passengers in their short period of ser vice! That's the proud record of the brilliant American liners, Washington and Manhattan. To create such a popularity rec ord, these lovely American twins had to be more than "just ships." They had to offer experienced trav elers good reasonfor using them. They did! And still do! The reason is value. What do we meanby value? Just this:Foronly$176youhavealarge stateroom with shower in Cabin Class, which is the highest aboard. You sail in modern luxury on these splendid ships, enjoy all their up-to-the-minute facilities, in sur roundings completely American. The Washington and Manhattan offer these thrilling features for your utmost comfort and plea sure: Giant cabins, all with real beds. In many rooms, private bath. In many others, private shower. Large closets. Immense decks for rest and play. Tiled swimming pool. Modern gymnasium. Hydro therapeutic baths. Entertainment. The service Americans like. A cuisine that is unexcelled. And, they are among the few ships in transatlantic service with air-con ditioned dining salons! Many more attractive features, too. In Tourist Class, where high standards of comfort and pleasure also prevail, you can sail for as little as $113 one way. With the Pres. Harding and Pres. Roosevelt, the Washing ton and Manhattan offer weekly service to Ireland, England, France, Germany. Apply to your travel agent. His services are free. Also "American One Class" liners, fortnightly to Cobh and Liverpool ... and "American One Class" ships of American Merchant Lines, weekly direct to London. Both $100 one way... $185 round trip. A sailing every Wednesday at noon United States Lines Associated with American Merchant, Baltimore Mail Lines to Europe; Panama Pacific Line to California; Panama Pacific and United States Lines cruises. No.1 B'way and 601 Fifth Ave., N. Y . Other offices in all principal cities.