National Geographic : 1931 Apr
Any LEVIATHAN Sailing S. . the Charm of a Cosmopolitan Crowd! APRIL 15, MAY 9, MAY 27, JUNE 17, JULY 4 From New York to Cherbourg or Southampton Meet the World on a crossing in theLEVIATHAN, largest and most famous ship on the Atlantic. An explorer off to deepest Africa ... a premiere dan seuse returning to Paris ... an Oriental potentate bound for an imperial conference ... men of affairs, women of importance. Cosmopolitans all! Devoted to the LEVIATHAN because of her cosmopolitan atmosphere and appointments . . . steadiness at 5-day speed ... room spaciousness ... covered pier to covered pier . . . brilliant Club Leviathan and Ben Bernie dance orchestra, suppers and entertain ment without cover charge or check . .. "Talkies" S. . Ship-to-Shore telephone . . . famous Pompeian Pool ... a cuisine that is the toast of the Atlantic ... every deck divertissement... at fares that are a revelation in value * * * Five famous cabin liners - George Washington, America, Republic, President Harding, President Roosevelt, New York to Plymouth, Cherbourg, Hamburg, with fares from $132.50. UNITED STATES LINES Paul W. Chapman, President For complete information see your local agent or our offices: New York, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, St. Louis, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Minne apolis, Seattle, Pittsburgh, Washington, Little Rock, New Orleans, Berlin, Hamburg, London, Paris. SPECIFY AMERICAN SHIPS FOR YOUR FOREIGN TRADE. TERNAL ROME-Naples, with Pompeii silent in the sun and Vesuvius trailing a lazy plume across that tur quoise sky-Florence of the Renaissance-Venice, lending her fourteen gor geous centuries as a background for the Lido of today-Milan and the Scala. How can one afford to cross the Atlantic without visiting Italy? Italy is so old that her history crosses the border of the knowable in the ruins of Sardinia-so young you can go where you will by air-so varied you can lounge on Rivieras clear around her coast, climb snow-topped mountains in summer. Because Italy has so much to offer, it has opened a new tourist information office in New York City to serve you in cooperation with the tourist agencies and steamship companies. Literature is sent -routes and hotels suggested. Don't miss Italy- and to assure the utmost enjoyment from your trip, take advantage of the facilities offered by the official travel representatives of the Royal Italian Government. Meantime, let us send you interesting literature on present day travel in Italy. ITALIAN TOURIST INFORMATION OFFICE 745 FifthAvenue, NewYork City "Mention the Geographic-It identifies you."