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Book - MS Messapia & MS Enotria, Adriatica Venezia, 1964 Document Reg. No: HT 6493

Summary:
Book issued by Adriatica Venezia, 1964. It is a travel information book for passengers travelling on the ships MS Messapia and MS Enotria. It is part of a collection of 175 items of post-war ship memorabilia collected by John McKay. John began collecting shipping brochures as a boy through an interest in travel and later used some of the material in his professional capacity as a Geography and Social Studies teacher. He finally made a voyage himself in 1957-1958, to England to attend a scouting jamboree, although he ended up staying for 18 months. He remembers lots of Australians going over at that time, and references to Earls Court as 'Kangaroo Alley'.
Description:
16 page, staple-bound booklet, folded in half once. Printed on white paper in Italian, French, English and German languages. The front cover features a blue background with a central image of a domed church with three palm trees. It has white and black text. A central page folds open to list fares and taxes.
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mr John McKay, 2003
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 0.3 cm (Height), 22.6 cm (Width), 9.6 cm (Length)

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Tagged with: immigration, advertising, shipping lines, shipping, ship memorabilia, pamphlets
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: WATER TRANSPORT
Secondary Classification: Shipping Lines
Tertiary Classification: (to be classified)
Inscriptions: Cover: ADRIATICA / VENEZIA / ADRIATICA / M/s MESSAPIA / M/s ENOTRIA / ITALIA - PIRAEUS - CYPRUS - ISRAEL / (Gr. B.) / Ed. 3/1964 / TARIFFE dal / TARIFS du / TARIFFS frOM / FARIFE ab / 15/3/1964 / CI 16 / Printed in Italy
Author: Adriatica Venezia, Italy, circa 1964
Place & Date Published: Italy, 1964
Ship Depicted: MS Messapia, 1964
Ship Depicted: MS Ennotria, 1964

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