Publication: Arthur W Pye, Passenger Traffic Manager, Clyde Steamship Line, 1914, New York
First edition. 8vo. 9" X 8" attractive, color pictorial wrappers, folded to 9" x 4," n. p. (28 pp. including covers), illustrated, maps. The Clyde Steamship Company operated year-round between Boston and New York and Jacksonville, Florida. They operated 22 steamers with all but two named for Indian tribes, and with an aggregated tonnage of 56,826 tons. Single panel color maps of the interior of Florida showing the inlet from the Atlantic Ocean to Jacksonville and the St. John River, and a color map of the whole of Florida. There is also a two-panel color map of the Clyde Line routes showing their routes along the eastern seaboard of the U. S. Photographs of some of the steamers and many of the passenger comforts provided including cabins, dining rooms, entertainment areas, etc. Light soiling to wrappers along with light wear to the extremities and edge. Very good. An attractive copy of an elusive booklet.
Inventory Number: 43113