Photo 22: Drawing Room, Second Cabin on the Cunard Lanconia and Franconia (1911). The Second Cabin Drawing Room on both ships is treated in a simple Adam's Colonial style, with white panels. The carpets and coverings are a " veiue rose," which gives a broad and cheerful aspect to the room.

Photo 22: Drawing Room, Second Cabin on the Cunard Lanconia and Franconia (1911). The Second Cabin Drawing Room on both ships is treated in a simple Adam's Colonial style, with white panels. The carpets and coverings are a " veiue rose," which gives a broad and cheerful aspect to the room.

The Drawing Room of the Cunard Steamships Campania and the Lucania.

The Drawing Room of the Cunard Steamships Campania and the Lucania.

Ship Blueprint Nautical Technical Drawing of a Steam Ship from 1887 A3 size on Etsy, $43.00

A2 size 16.5 inches x 23.4 inches Ship Blueprint Nautical Technical Drawing of a Steam Ship from 1887

Ship Blueprint Nautical Technical Drawing of a Steam Ship from 1887 A3 size on Etsy, $43.00

The Second Class Salon (Drawing Room-Lounge) of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

The Second Class Salon (Drawing Room-Lounge) of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

The First Class Salon (Drawing Room-Lounge) of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

The First Class Salon (Drawing Room-Lounge) of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

The Drawing Room of the First Class deluxe apartment Louisiane of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

The Drawing Room of the First Class deluxe apartment Louisiane of the steamship Antilles of Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, more commonly known as The French Line. 1953. Image courtesy the private collection of John Cunard-Shutter.

First Class Drawing Room, SS Imperator. The ship's architect was the Ecole de Beaux-Arts trained Charles Mewes. His interiors are unmatched in traditional ship-building design.

First Class Drawing Room, SS Imperator. The ship's architect was the Ecole de Beaux-Arts trained Charles Mewes. His interiors are unmatched in traditional ship-building design.

The Rouen Suite, Normandie. The suite's dining room had walls covered in parchment and pallisander.

The Rouen Suite, Normandie. The suite's dining room had walls covered in parchment and pallisander.

A corner of the Smoking Room on the S.S. Leviathan of the United States Lines, passengers gather for a pleasant chat. The chairs are leather and tapestry covered. In this era (1923) [and prior], only men occupied the smoking rooms of the great steamships.

A corner of the Smoking Room on the S.S. Leviathan of the United States Lines, passengers gather for a pleasant chat. The chairs are leather and tapestry covered. In this era (1923) [and prior], only men occupied the smoking rooms of the great steamships.

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