Furness Prince Line History and Ephemera
Four new motorships, the "Northern Prince," "Eastern Prince," "Southern Prince," and "Western Prince," inaugurate a new era in South American travel! Regular passenger service now in effect from New York to Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo, and Buenos Aires. The last word in speed, travel luxury, and safety. -- Furness Prince Line - Prince Line Service has been continuous between New York and South America for 35 years. - July 1929 Advertisement.
Vintage Children's Party Menu from 5 September 1939 on board the MS Northern Prince of the Furness Prince Line featured Little Chicken Sandwiches, Strawberry Blanc Mange, and Assorted Pastries for Dessert.
Advertisement, Furness Prince Line, 1931. The Four Princes: Speed Away to South America. GGA Image ID # 1db595aa52
Thinking of South America? One of the Four Princes awaits. To speed you the modern way. With modern luxury. Every promise for a greater travel era is being fulfilled by this new passenger service between New York and Rio de Janeiro, Santos, Montevideo and Buenos Aires. Choose the Southern Prince, the Northern Prince, the Eastern Prince—or the Western Prince. With twin Diesel motors and every modern equipment all offer the same safe, speedy voyage.
Accommodations for first class passengers only. Reservations and literature at authorized tourists agents or address Furness Prince Line, 34 Whitehall St. (where Broadway begins) or 565 Fifth Ave., New York City.
Prince Line Service has been Continuous between New York and South America for 35 years.