by Alan L. Cary
Sampson Low, ca.1935.
photos and descriptive text on 60 of the great liners of the 1930’s.
144 pages. good clean condition hardback.
spine lettering rubbed.
owner’s book-plate to inside front cover.
by Ross Watton
Conway Maritime, 1989.
a volume in the “Anatomy of the Ship” series, including a wealth of plans, photos and drawings depicting every aspect of the great liner.
showing the strength of the navy, and the expenses thereof, during the years 1822, ’23, ’24, ’39, ’40, and ’41
Navy Department, 1842.
useful source material on the early American navy, with details of the ships in the navy in each year, numbers of each rank of officers and men, etc.
by Grasemann & McLachlan
London, Syren & Shipping, 1939.
a history of the cross channel services, covering the area London to Weymouth, and Ostend to St.Malo, including the Channel Islands.
by A.I. Bowman.
Strathkelvin District Libraries, 1983
primarily a history of J & J Hay, builders of Clyde Puffers and other small craft.