Built in Scotland, the SS Letitia sailed on a summer route between Liverpool, Quebec and Montreal and to Newfoundland and Halifax in winter for the Anchor Donaldson line. The menu, which shows the lovely Forth suspension bridge near Edinburgh, is dated 1931. Even in third class, passengers ate rather well.
Courtesy Herbert Beazley Collection.
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