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Mauretania Collection

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Creator: Unknown

Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Creator: Unknown
Cunard ocean liners, 1920s. Fastest Ocean Service in the World: R.M.S. " Mauretania", R.M.S. " Berengaria" & R.M.S

Background imageMauretania Collection: RMS Mauretania, 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

RMS Mauretania, 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
RMS Mauretania, 1918. Shows the ocean liner RMS Mauretania in New York City with American aviators and other troops returning from Europe after World War I on December 2, 1918

Background imageMauretania Collection: Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Creator: Bain News Service

Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Creator: Bain News Service
Prince Ruspoli, 1919. Shows Prince Eugenio Ruspoli, Secretary of the Italian Embassy, probably taken aboard the Mauretania at the Cunard pier in New York on November 25, 1919

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown

The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). Creator: Unknown
The Mauretania, 1922, (1935). In May 1922, the liner Mauretania set a new record of 5 days 8 hours 56 minutes for the crossing from New York to Southampton

Background imageMauretania Collection: Outward Bound, The Mauretania, 1910, printed 1918 / 32. Creator: Alfred Stieglitz

Outward Bound, The Mauretania, 1910, printed 1918 / 32. Creator: Alfred Stieglitz
Outward Bound, The Mauretania, 1910, printed 1918/32. A work made of gelatin silver print

Background imageMauretania Collection: Algeria, Tipasa, Mauretanian Tomb

Algeria, Tipasa, Mauretanian Tomb
The Royal Mausoleum of Mauretania, the burial place of King Juba II and Celopatra Selene II, near Tipasa, Algeria, December 2007

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Interview Between Bocchus and Sulla, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Interview Between Bocchus and Sulla, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Interview Between Bocchus and Sulla, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier

Background imageMauretania Collection: Cunard Line - Fastest Steamers in the World, c1910s. Creator: Unknown

Cunard Line - Fastest Steamers in the World, c1910s. Creator: Unknown
Cunard Line - Fastest Steamers in the World, c1910s. RMS Mauretania was built for the Cunard Line by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend on the Tyne in England

Background imageMauretania Collection: R. M. S. Mauretania. (Cunard Line), c1930s. Creator: Unknown

R. M. S. Mauretania. (Cunard Line), c1930s. Creator: Unknown
R.M.S. Mauretania. (Cunard Line), c1930s. The Mauretania was built for the Cunard Line by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend on the Tyne in England

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Mauretania in Dry Dock, c1930. Creator: H. Aslin

The Mauretania in Dry Dock, c1930. Creator: H. Aslin
The " Mauretania" in Dry Dock, c1930. From " The Wonder Book of Engineering Wonders", edited by Harry Golding. [Ward, Lock & Co. Limited, London and Melbourne]

Background imageMauretania Collection: At Work on the Stern of the Mauretania, in Dry Dock, c1930. Creator: Unknown

At Work on the Stern of the Mauretania, in Dry Dock, c1930. Creator: Unknown
At Work on the Stern of the " Mauretania", in Dry Dock, c1930. From " The Wonder Book of Ships", edited by Harry Golding. [Ward, Lock & Co. Limited, London and Melbourne, ]

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Mauretania (Cunard Line), 30, 696 Tons, c1930. Creator: Unknown

The Mauretania (Cunard Line), 30, 696 Tons, c1930. Creator: Unknown
The " Mauretania" (Cunard Line), 30, 696 Tons, c1930. From " The Wonder Book of Ships", edited by Harry Golding. [Ward, Lock & Co. Limited, London and Melbourne, ]

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Mauretania at Cherbourg, c1930. Creator: Unknown

The Mauretania at Cherbourg, c1930. Creator: Unknown
The " Mauretania" at Cherbourg, c1930. From " The Wonder Book of Ships", edited by Harry Golding. [Ward, Lock & Co. Limited, London and Melbourne, ]

Background imageMauretania Collection: R. M. S. Mauretania, 1937

R. M. S. Mauretania, 1937
R.M.S. Mauretania, 1937. From The Story of Navigation. [The Imperial Tobacco Co. (Of Great Britain & Ireland), Ltd. 1937]

Background imageMauretania Collection: Maurtania: Great Britains Fastest Greyhound of the Atlantic, c1935

Maurtania: Great Britains Fastest Greyhound of the Atlantic, c1935. From Our Wonderful World, Volume I, edited by J.A. Hammerton. [The Amalgamated Press, Ltd. London]

Background imageMauretania Collection: One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners, the Mauretania at Southampton, 1937

One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners, the Mauretania at Southampton, 1937
One of the Most Popular Transatlantic Liners was the Mauretania, shown above being painted at Southampton in preparation for one of the cruises on which she was sometimes employed, 1937

Background imageMauretania Collection: The Thrust of the Modern Liners Mighty Engines, 1936

The Thrust of the Modern Liners Mighty Engines, 1936. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd. London]

Background imageMauretania Collection: Former Queen of the Ocean, R, M. S. Mauretania of the Cunard White Star Line, 1936

Former Queen of the Ocean, R, M. S. Mauretania of the Cunard White Star Line, 1936
Former Queen of the Ocean, R, M.S. Mauretania of the Cunard White Star Line, 1936. From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd. London]

Background imageMauretania Collection: Triumphant for Twenty Years. The Mauretania, built in 1907, c1927, (1936)

Triumphant for Twenty Years. The Mauretania, built in 1907, c1927, (1936). From Shipping Wonders of the World, Vol. 1, edited by Clarence Winchester. [The Amalgamated Press Ltd. London]

Background imageMauretania Collection: Jugurtha came to the tent of his father-in-law unarmed, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath

Jugurtha came to the tent of his father-in-law unarmed, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath
Jugurtha came to the tent of his father-in-law unarmed, c1912 (1912). The Numidian chieftain Jugurtha fought a war against the Romans in 112-106 BC

Background imageMauretania Collection: The RMS Mauretania, 20th century

The RMS Mauretania, 20th century. RMS Mauretania, sister ship of the Lusitania, was an ocean liner built by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend, Tyne and Wear

Background imageMauretania Collection: Ocean liner RMS Mauretania, 20th century

Ocean liner RMS Mauretania, 20th century. The Mauretania was built for the Cunard Line by Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson at Wallsend on the Tyne


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