National Geographic : 1931 Mar
She knew the romance of Painted Deserts... but this was THE GREAT ADVENTURE! SHE ascended a canopied gang plank to the largest ship that ever sailed the sea, the giant LEVIATHAN. Immensity or sovereign splendor greeted her at every step. The Social Hall was a vast panorama of elegance ... Gobelin tapestries... giant paintings ... grilled portals like the entrances to great estates. Silent elevators whisked one up or down eight decks. To the magnificent Pompeian swimming pool with its cool, salt waters and marble benches . . masseur, manicurists, hairdressers and cosmeticians, marvelous gymnasium, the children's playroom, ping pong courts, and a dining room, whose overlord is a chef who catered for an emperor. Night brought reminders of a first night at the Opera. Beautiful women in their chic Chanels ... handsomely groomed men . .. sauntering into the mammoth Salon . . . First, a perfectly marvelous concert . . . then a first-run "Talkie". . . then the gorgeous Club Leviathan with its scintillating Ben Bernie orchestra, where one can dance and sip until dawn. An adventure in grandeur repeated daily on a Leviathan trip to Europe. For a quick, smooth crossing take the Leviathan. . . .i.it1--' J.fie"oatrio and 3- ."nt ai ritirB For a luxurious trip at low cost., palatial cabin liners George Washington,America,Republic, President Hardingand PresidentRoosevelt. Fares on all ships a new revelation in economic ocean travel. And, equally significant, every fare a contribution to American prosperity.., for American ships are pro visioned, fueled, furnished, and maintained in America. UNITED STATES LINES Paul WI. 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.