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Travel to Canada and the United States via the beautiful sheltered St. Lawrence Route
Wilkinson, Norman, 1878-, artist
Nissen & Arnold Ltd., publisher
Kemble, John Haskell, 1912-1990, donor
Date Created and/or Issued
Contributing Institution
Huntington Library
Prints and Ephemera
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"Canadian Pacific"--printed at the top in bold script, red on the grey background. "Norman Wilkinson"--artist's signature reproduced in the lower left corner of the image. "Empress of Scotland, 26,000 gross tons"--printed below the image to the right, block type in white on grey background. "Printed in Great Britain by Nissen & Arnold Ltd., 11-12 Bury street, London, E.C.3"--small type, lower right corner, along the margin. "1951"--on verso, in ms., in pencil, lower right corner. The Empress of Scotland was the second Candian Pacific vessel with this name; originally she was named the Empress of Japan, but was renamed Empress of Scotland in 1942 following the attack on Pearl Harbor; returned to CP in 1948 and refurbished; sold by CP to Hamburg-Atlantic Line in 1958 and renamed Hanseatic. Focus of item: Empress of Scotland.
Print ; image 42.7 x 56.7 cm (16 13/16 x 22 5/16 in.) ; overall 101 x 63.4 cm (39 3/4 x 24 15/16 in.)
priJHK 00022
Empress of Scotland (Steamship : 1942-1958)
Ocean liners--Canada--20th century--Pictorial works
Passenger ships--Canada--20th century
Ships--20th century--Pictorial works
Steamboat lines--Canada
Marine prints--20th century
Posters, British--20th century
Canadian Pacific Railway Company
Canadian Pacific Railway Company--Public relations
Advertising--Canada--Posters--20th century
Posters, travel
John Haskell Kemble Collection
Prints and Ephemera, Huntington Digital Library

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