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First Class Drawing Room on the 'Aquitania' (1914)
Interior of the passenger liner 'Aquitania' (1914) showing the First Class Drawing Room, also called the Adam Drawing Room, on the Promenade Deck (A Deck); a view from the starboard side, looking forward, with the writing section in the foreground.
Bedford Lemere & Co.
- Image reference: G10822
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London