1936 Broadside Advertisement Here's a Bracing 300 Mile Rail-Water Cruise...From New York or Brooklyn to Wild, Primitive Montauk...Then Four Hours on Cool, Refreshing Seas to New London, Conn. And Back! All in One Day...Long Island Rail Road.
(Americana - Recreation History - 20th Century - Steamship Travel - New York - Long Island - Montauk - New London - LIRR)

New York, N.Y.: Long Island Rail Road, 1936. F Broadside with an illustration of the steamship 'Yankee' and a little map of the proposed journey; a traveler would take the Long Island Railroad from New York, Brooklyn or Jamaica stations and arrive at Montauk on the east end, upon arrival boarding the steamer and proceeding to New London and then reverse the trip coming back; "A Cruise that will Thrill the Whole Family"; M.N. Luthi, A.H. Shaw, E.M. Holt listed as passenger agents for the railroad; printed at the Cuneo Press Inc.; in dark brown ink on thin cream polished paper stock; approx. 6" x 18 1/4" size; old fold lines; old punch hole top center, "v"-shaped chip there as well; very good condition overall and interesting Long Island recreation and transportation history ephemera. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 23674)


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