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S/S Franconia 1926
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S/S Franconia 1926 S/S Franconia 1926 S/S Franconia 1926

S/S Franconia 1926


Meridian Day celebrates the day on which a ship in the Pacific crosses the International Date Line, losing a day going east and adding one going west. Neptune, Roman God of the sea, was often on the front of menu covers on these occasions and he appears on this one from the S/S Franconia dated 1926.

Courtesy Herbert Beazley Collection.

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