1940's photo album loaded with 200+ Panama Pacific Line
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Sold Date: 11/13/2007
Channel: Online Auction
Category: Fine Art
Internet Auction - Mall estate Items for sale ITEM up FOR BID: 1940's photo album loaded with 200+ Panama Pacific Line & other cruse photos. 1940 through 1945 this photo album is packed with sights from curse and port of calls. and photos from Mexico. 1944 Cocoanut Grove The Los Angeles Ambassador photo from a birthday party inside the front cover. A Panama Pacific line through the Panama Canal State Room ticket, 5.75 x 3.5 photos start the album off with photos of a group on the deck of the ship, and 3 women with the captain of the ship. Arial view of the coast line Panama City, Photos of the beach front, nice one with a boy writing Happy New Year in the sand, and other photos with a boy swimming on the beach. Family photos throughout the book, 3 photos of a large ship going through the Panama canal lock, 3 more photos of sips in the port, San Jose' church Panama city, trolley car on a main street in Panama city, a Birdseye view of the beach, and other beach front photos. Huts in a village, A woman on the deck of the ship, man in sailors uniform, several photos of people on the deck of the ship. An old castle with cannon, and large draw bridge, coast line photos, probably as the ship went by an island, Several beach house photos. sail boat photos, going sailing. Arial view of a small town on the beach. canoeing, Beach front house, several photos of the house, and workers around it. Great photo of an old 1900''s car open top, and 2 young men sitting next to a 1940's car, as well as 5 nice bicycle photos. Arco Monumental Guadalajara, Jal entrance way, and photos of the inside parts of a large mansion complex. swimming in a pool, lounging, Down the street looking towards the entrance way, and photos of the room. Looks like a nice hotel, and restaurant. horse drawn wagon going down the street with 1930's 40's cars in the back ground on a main street, horse drawn carriage, and other main street snap shots, a girl on a horse drawn wagon photo, and other small village photos, A large mansion photo, and several other photos of another mansion. Real photo postcard of a native woman, and other postcards of Chapala, a group of men playing instruments, large crowd on the beach, sail boating, A very nice photo of a Restaurant Oriental with a line of 1940's cars on the street, photo of a truck stuck in the mud with men around it. Manzanillo, col. Arial view. several small village photos, huts on beaches, roads, a main street postcard Calle Juarez with Coca-Cola sign on a building, and other shops. A trolley car looking truck, and another truck going down the road. 17 photos from the bull riding at the arenia, with coke ads on the boards. These are great photos, and all the photos are well taken, and developed. Then the album has more beach, and Village photos, towns so on...... Let the images below load up it will be worth the wait...
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