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(3) Old New York Circle Line Cruise Boat Advertising Souvenir Picture Books
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New York   City   Manhattan   Skyline   Cruise   Boat   Ship   Advertising   Souvenir   Booklet   Nostalgic   Ephemera   Tourist   Tourism
The picture shows a view of the front and back covers of all (3) Old New York Circle Line Cruise Boat Advertising Souvenir Picture Books in this lot. The first one pictured is actually larger than the other two. These are from 1966 to 1972. These boats are for tours around Manhattan Island New York. The company is the Circle Line Sightseeing Yachts, Inc..

The oldest of the three is the one with the orange and black cover. It is from 1966. It has a letter from Mayor John Lindsay. There is a ''Welcome Aboard'' and an illustration of the new Circle Line Pier 83 to be completed that year. There are many skyline pictures. The Empire State Building was the world's tallest building at the time. There are images of the Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, United Fruit Company Weehawken Terminal, Grace Line Pier 57, Holland - America Line Pier 40, The France Ocean Liner, United States Bethlehem Steel Company Hoboken Yard, Stevens Institute of Technology, The Woolworth Building, a model of the ''proposed'' Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, model of the proposed Department of Marine and Aviation, Statue of Liberty, United States Navy Submarine U.S.S. Nautilus (571), NYC Police Helicopter, Governor's Island, Brooklyn, Ellis Island, Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Birds eye view of Lower Manhattan, many skyline views, Chase Manhattan Bank Building, George Washington Statue on Wall Street, Trinity Church, City Hall, Fulton Fish Market, Brooklyn Bridge, East River, Bellevue Hospital, New York University, Pan Am Building, United Nations Twin Towers, aerial view of the Queensboro Bridge, Pedestrian Lift Bridge, Hell Gate Channel, Birds eye view of Yankee Stadium, Alexander Hamilton Bridge, George Washington Bridge, Henry Hudson Bridge, The Cloisters, Castle Village, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Riverside Church, Interchurch Center, Grant's Tomb, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, model of the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Ocean Liners, Central Park, Alexander Hamilton Steamer Ship, Con Edison Electric Plant, New York Telephone Company Building, German Lloyd Europa ship, Statue of Liberty, Circle Line Boats, Bird's Eye view of Manhattan, and much, much more.

The next booklet is from 1970. It is the one with the yellow, green, & blue cover. It has a letter from Mayor John Lindsay. There is a ''Welcome Aboard'' and a picture of the new Circle Line Pier 83. It has many images including United Parcel, Sheraton, Greyhound, and Yale Truck Buildings, Lincoln Vehicular Tunnel, United Fruit Company Weehawken Terminal, Piers for the Holland - America Line, Norwegian American Line, Venezuela Line, Grace Line, The Hamburg Cruise Ship, The Queen Elizabeth and the Queen Elizabeth II, United States Bethlehem Steel Company Hoboken Yard, Stevens Institute of Technology, illustration of proposed Batter Park City, a model of the ''proposed'' Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, Madison Square Garden Center, Statue of Liberty, Circle Line Boats, Seaman's Church, Governor's Island, Ellis Island, Verrazano Narrows Bridge, Birds eye view of Lower Manhattan, many skyline views, Ambrose Lightship, Schooner Caviare, Chase Manhattan Bank Building, George Washington Statue on Wall Street, Trinity Church, City Hall, Fulton Fish Market, Brooklyn Bridge, East River, New York University, Pan Am Building, United Nations Twin Towers, Cornell Medical Center, aerial view of the Queensboro Bridge, Pedestrian Lift Bridge, Gracie Mansion, Hell Gate Channel, Birds eye view of Yankee Stadium, Alexander Hamilton Bridge, George Washington Bridge, Henry Hudson Bridge, Cloisters, Castle Village, Alexander Hamilton Steamer Ship, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Riverside Church, Interchurch Center, Grant's Tomb, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Central Park, St. Patricks Cathedral, Paramount Showcase Theater, Day Line Pier 81, Bird's Eye view of Manhattan, and much, much more.

The next booklet is from 1972. It is the one with the Circle Line and New York Skyline cover. The cover shows the completed Twin Towers of the World Trade Center. There is a ''Welcome Aboard'' and a picture of the new Circle Line Pier 83. There is a New York Points of Interest Map. It has many images including the Day Line Pier 81, United States Bethlehem Steel Company Hoboken Yard, The Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, U.S. Coast Guard Governors Island, Skyline view with numbered buildings, Battery Park City concept drawing, Brooklyn Bridge, Manhattan Bridge, Williamsburg Bridge, Empire State Building, U.N. Building, Roosevelt Island, Blackwell Park, Queensboro Bridge, New York Hospital Cornell Medical Center, Gracie Mansion, N.Y. Fireboat, Pedestrian Lift Bridge, Triborough Bridge, Yankee Stadium, High Bridge Tower, Harlem River, Hall of Fame of New York University, Henry Hudson Bridge, Cloisters, Little Red Lighthouse, George Washington Bridge, Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center, Riverside Church, Interchurch Center, Grant's Tomb, Soldiers and Sailors Monument, 79th Street Marina, Artist impression of the Consolidated Passenger Ship Terminal, model of proposed New York Convention Center, Guggenheim Museum, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, Temple Emanuel, St. Patricks Cathedral, City Hall, The Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Trinity Church, and much, much more.

The largest of these three booklets measures 7'' x 10''. They are in excellent condition with only light wear from handling.

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(3) Old New York Circle Line Cruise Boat Advertising Souvenir Picture Books (3) Old New York Circle Line Cruise Boat Advertising Souvenir Picture Books (3) Old New York Circle Line Cruise Boat Advertising Souvenir Picture Books


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