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The Cunarder Travel Magazine, July 1921

Front Cover of The Cunarder Travel Magazine for July 1921

Front Cover of The Cunarder Travel Magazine for July 1921. GGA Image ID # 1019310009

The Cunarder was a monthly pubication of the Cunard Line that was distributed to passengers of their steamships and ocean liners in their world-wide services including transatlanic voyages.

It offered a mixture of travel destinations and lifestyle related articles. Vintage advertisements from that era included in this issue.

Featured Articles include: A Motor Trip from London to Bath, By Adelaide Bragg Gillespie; The Golf Courses of Scotland, By John Arnot and The Pine Forests of Switzerland.


  • Aeroplane View above the Piccadilly Section of London
  • "'Mid Pleasures And Palaces," By Dorothy Brown
  • What an F.R.P.S. Likes In England, By Bertram Cox, Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society
  • A Motor Trip from London to Bath, By Adelaide Bragg Gillespie
  • Over Hill and Dale on the Scotch Links
  • The Golf Courses of Scotland, By John Arnot
  • The Kaleidoscope That Is Constantine, By Dorothy Cocks
  • When She Travels, By Carolyn Trowbridge Radnor-Lewis
  • Aeroplane View of Liverpool From Above the Mersey
  • The Pine Forests of Switzerland


  • Cunard - Anchor Steam Ship Line Services, Fleet and Offices
  • Thomas Cook & Con: To The Mediterranean - A Grand Cruise Deluxe
  • Max Schling, Inc. - The Telegram Florist of New York
  • Charles Francis Press
  • Albert Frank & Company, Advertising - Chicago and London
  • Safety Pocket Life Belt Corporation, New York
  • American Express Travelers Cheques
  • Hotel Chelsea, New York
  • Insurance Company of North America, Philadelphia
  • Russell Securities Corporation, New York
  • Oil Well Supply Co. - New York, London, Pittsburgh
  • Hotel Judson - New York
  • The Ritz-Carlton, New York
  • Mediterranean Service - The Cunard and Anchor Lines
  • The Mechanics & Metals National Bank of New York
  • Kidder, Peabody & Co. - Boston and New York
  • Banco di Roma, Rome Italy
  • National Aniline and Chemical Co., Inc. - New York
  • Hotel Belleclaire, New York
  • Frank Tourist Company, New York, Philadelphia, Paris, London
  • Atlantic Coast Shipping Co., Inc. Baltimore
  • Hotel Bretton Hall, New York
  • Knauth Nachod & Kuhne, New York
  • Hudon Navigation Company, New York
  • Hotel Van Rensselaer, New York
  • Hotel Wellington, New York
  • Philadelphia Trust Company, Philadelphia
  • Baker-Whiteley Coal Co., Baltimore
  • The Hotel Irving, New York
  • The Baltimore Dry Docks & Ship Building Company, Baltimore and New York
  • John Curtis Company, Inc., Advertising, New York
  • American Surety Company of New York
  • United States Mortgage & Trust Company, New York
  • To and From the Mediterranean - Cunard-Anchor Steam Ship Lines
  • Pershing Square Hotels, New York

The Cunarder (A Travel Magazine of the Cunard Line) , The Cunard Steam Ship Company Limited, Copyright, 1921, Vol. I   No. 2, July, 1921

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