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Colorful Digital collage of transatlantic travel Vive La France

ONLY DIRECT LINE TO FRANCE

General Transatlantic Co.,

Between New York and Havre

From Pier 42, N. R., foot of Morton Street

Travellers by this line avoid both transit by English railway, and the discomfort of traveling the Chanel in a small boat

Labrador, Sanglier……………………Wed., Dec. 10, 2 P.M .

Amerique, B. Joucla………………….Wed., Dec. 24, 2 P.M. 

France, Trudelle………………………Wed., Jan. 7, 1 P. M.

PRICE OF PASSAGE, including wine, bedding and utensils: – 

To HAVRE — 1st Cabin , $100 and $80; 2nd Cabin, $55; Steerage, $26.

Vintage Ticket
Don’t loose this ticket!

LOUIS DE BEBIAN, Agent #55 Broadway, N. Y. Or, C.E. Fuller & Co., Second State Street, Agents at Boston. 

Aug 9, 1875 

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REFERENCES | SOURCES

Vintage Advertisement and engraving from “Centennial Papers” Collection, 1875, Glennon Archives, Woburn Public Library

CREDITS

  • Monochromatic vintage boat sketch, Colombia Steamship, 1880 by SM. Stanton from public domain images: http://www.Free-Images.com; Canva.com stock images
  • Digital collage by Patricia Jacques