National Geographic : 1930 Jun
Going abroad this summer? . . sail on the new Leviathan! Never in her brilliant history has the LEVIATHAN, World's Largest Ship, offered so many engaging divertissements and attractions. Club Leviathan, a gorgeous night-time rendezvous . . . a sprightly Ben Bernie orchestra in addition to the liner's famous concert symphony... "Talkies"... Ship-to Shore Telephone service... brokerage offices... famous Pompeian swimming pool... Golf cham pionships... staterooms completely renovated and redecorated ... more beautiful baths... more connecting rooms ... telephone in every room ... and, of course, that renowned LEVIATHAN cuisine and service from stewards who speak your own language. New, too - a de luxe Tourist Third Cabin. To Europe swiftly and smoothly? The LEVIATHAN... pride of the Stars and Stripes! UNITED STATES LINES i Forcomplete information see your local agent or our offices: New York, 45 Broadway; Atlanta, 714 Healy Building; Boston,75 State St.; Chicago, 216 N. Michigan Avenue; Cleveland, Hotel Cleveland Building; Detroit, 1514 Washington Boulevard; St. Louis,Jefferson Hotel; Philadelphia, 1600 Walnut Street; San Francisco, 691 Market Street, Los Angeles, 756 South Broadway; Minneapolis, 312 Second Avenue, South; Seattle, 1337 Fourth Avenue; Pittsburgh, 705 Liberty Avenue; Washington, 1027 Connecticut Avenue; Little Rock, Wallace Building; New Orleans, Hibernia Bank Building. Berlin, Unter den Linden 9; Hamburg, Car. Alsterthor & Ferdinandstrasse; London, 14 Regent Street, S. W. 1 .; Paris, 10 Rue Auber. THESE LINES OFFER A COMPLETE FREIGHT SERVICE- SPECIFY AMERICAN SHIPS FOR YOUR FOREIGN TRADE.