1915. Vance, American screenwriter, short story writer and
novelist, begins Sheep's Clothing: In her maiden season the
Alsatia, largest steamship in the world of her day and generation,
was advertised to leave Liverpool for New York via Queenstown,
promptly at five o'clock in the afternoon of every third Saturday.
At about one o'clock of a Saturday late in September one forehanded
passenger found her way by dint of persistence through the
pandemonium in the pier-shed to the Alsatia's first cabin gangway.
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Louis Joseph Vance
James Montgomery Flagg
||152 x 229 x 21mm (L x W x T)
||Hardcover - Sewn / Cloth over boards
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